TUTORING in Mathematics and Physics by an experienced Harvard graduate.
F. C. MCLAUGHLIN, A. M.78 3t
TO RENT.- Owner leaving college, will let till July 1, a $325 suite for $125. Bath, gas, steam, fire places, fully furnished. Apply Felton Hall. 78 2t
LOST.- Latin 10 Note Book. Finder will please return it to W. D. Cotton, Jr., 44 Hastings. 78 3t
Gounod's grand opera Faust has been a drawing card at the Castle Square Theatre since its first production on Monday last.
The cast of the opera employs for the first time the united strength of the entire company. The two prima donnas, Miss Lane and Miss Mason alternate in the role of Marguerite-Gounod's music being too great a tax on any one voice for eight performances. Mr. Wm. Wolff has the part of Mephistopheles, which is entirely suited to his magnificent voice. Mephisto is a new role for Mr. Wolff. The public has seen him in roles of almost every description since the opening of the opera season.
Faust, the title role, is cast with Mr. Persse. Mr. Murray as Valentine is extremely happy. The part is that of a dashing soldier, calling for characteristics possessed by Mr. Murray to a marked degree.
As for the production itself, every resource of the Castle Square Theatre has been put to the greatest test to prepare the magnificent scenes and the striking electric effects.
From the opening scene of Faust's studio, where the pale, ascetic student, wearying of his search after truth, calls upon the arch fiend to aid him, the audience is carried through a bewildering array of scenes, each one a master-piece. Scenic artist Frank King has worked unceasingly for two weeks past and professes himself satisfied with the result. The electrical effects form a very large part of the production, and these are adequately supplied by Electrician Murphy.
Faust will be given for the rest of the week with usual matinee Saturday at 2 p. m.
MISS ROGERS, who has been carefully trained by the most skillful Parisian specialists in treatment of the hair and facial massage has opened an office at 26a Brattle street (McNamee's Building).
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WE are now ready to make interiors of students' rooms. Remember that Pach Bros. have no equal in this line. Mr. Tupper, manager for the Pachs, has devoted the last fourteen years to Harvard photography and will guarantee all work. Please leave orders at studio. We have no outside agent. 72 6t
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DANCING CLASSES. Mrs. L. J. Chandler's class opens as follows: Cambridgeport, Odd Fellows Hall, Tuesdays, 8 p. m. Residence, corner Mass. Ave. and Inman st. Private lessons by appointment.
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