C. W. GRIFFITH, Proprietor.For five years at Young's Hotel, Boston. 2 tf
DANCING CLASS.- Mrs. L. J. Chandler's class for beginners commences Tuesday, at 8 p. m. Private Lessons. Odd Fellows Hall, Cambridgeport. 1-e o d-tf
FOR RENT.- Furnished or unfurnished suite of rooms, No. 14, with private bath, in Ware Hall. Apply to Francis S. Hoyt, 34 Elm St., Morristown, N. J., or to James C. Davis, Room 65, No. 70 Kilby St., Boston. 48 6
MRS. RANSFORD, of 22 Prescott street, will have a training table vacant on Nov. 21. Immediate application for a club table should be made. 44 6t
TUTORING in Mathematics. Preparatory or college work. Graduate student. Fellow in Mathematics, University of Chicago, 1895. Experienced.
E. B. ESCOTT, S. M., 45 Trowbridge Street.44 5t
STUDENTS desiring to join an Artists' Life Class, held in Boston Thursday evenings, apply to F. A. Fewkes, 146 Lincoln street, Boston, before November 27, 1896. 44 tf.
PRIMROSE AND WEST'S MINSTRELS AT THE PARK THEATRE.- Primrose and West's Minstrels will follow "Chimmie Fadden" at the Park Theatre a week from next Monday. This year the company is composed of an organization of blacks and whites, each and every one said to be an artist of unusual excellence. Two distinct organizations rolled into one make the most gigantic organization of minstrel talent ever heard or dreamed of. Three military bands, one a pickaninny band of unusual merit under the able directorship of a European Conductor is an especial feature. All are uniformed in the most extravagant fashion. Two distinct first parts, concluding the most pronounced sensation ever introduced, are only a few of the features Promised, and the promises of Primrose and West are always accepted with that degree of faith which means crowded houses everywhere. The combination of white and colored talent as arranged by primrose and West was made with a view of presenting minstrelsy from its birth to the present day, and old timers who gloat over the good old days of yore when minstrels were minstrels will have an opportunity to draw comparisons besides being allowed the privilege of enjoying two excellent performances for one price.
Perhaps the most interesting features of the week will be the 300th performance which will be observed on Friday evening in a manner which will prove especially pleasing to those who are fortunate enough to attend. At a considerable expense the management have arranged for one of the most attractive, useful and appropriate sterling silver souvenirs ever given in a Boston theatre. They will prove both unique and useful.
SUITS cleansed and pressed for 75 cts.; trousers 20 cts., called for and returned in good order. Drop a postal.
L. G. MACKEIGAN, 15 Brattle St. Just opposite Post Office.48 tf
TODAY'S Menu of the Table d'hote dinner at the French Restaurant, 3 Linden St., near Mass. Ave, from 12 to 2 and 6 to 7 p. m., 50 cents: Soup: Mulligatawny. Fish: Cod au gratin brun. Joint: Roast-Lamb, mint sauce. Entree: Civet of Engl. Hare aux Olives. Vegetables: Peas, Stewed Corn, Potatoes. Dessert: Apple, Lemon and Squash Pies. Coffee. Boarders accommodated. A nice Club Room is vacant for 10 to 12.