PROFESSORS and students wishing their hair trimmed in a way that will improve their personal appearance should call at Griffiths's Hair Dressing Rooms, 7 Brattle St., Harvard Sq. He has enlarged his place of business and secured the assistance of Geo. S. Betts, making five artists, all special hair cutters. Razors honed and cared for.
GEO. S. BETTS, Foreman. C. W. GRIFFITH, Proprietor.For five years at Young's Hotel, Boston. 2 tf
COLUMBIA THEATRE, March 4, at 3 p. m., Dr. Horace Howard Furness will read Henry V. for the benefit of the Massachusetts Indian Association. Tickets can be obtained from Mrs. Chas. H. Parker, 33 Chestnut street; Mrs. S. T. Hooper, 36 Rutland square; Mrs. R. T. Paine, 6 Joy street; Mrs. Curtis Guild, Jr., 124 Marlborough street; Miss Dewey, 96 Chestnut street, Boston. Seats reserved. Those on floor and in first three rows of balcony, $2.00. Rear of parquet circle and balcony, $1.50. Family circle, 75 cents. Admission without seat, 50 cents. 43
Veritas March, for pianoforte, by H. P. Huntress. Price, 40c. For sale by Briggs and Briggs, Harvard Square, Cambridge, Mass. E. C. Ramsdell, publisher, Music Hall, Boston. 2 6
TUTORING.- Semitic 6. 12, 14, 15, Greek 10, Philosophy 5, History, 1, 9, 10, 12, 19, Fine Arts 4, Government 1.
W. W. NOLEN, 2 Manter Hall.78 tf
LESSONS in Boxing.- Harvard men desiring instruction please communicate with Wm. S. Gordon, CRIMSON office. Terms: Single lessons, $1.00; six lessons, $5.00. 2 6
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
THE success which has attended the production of "Lohengrin" at the Castle Square Theatre is best shown by the fact that it has been found necessary to announce the opera for a third week in order to meet the enormous demand for seats from the patrons of this operatic enterprise. The production of this popular romantic opera of Wagner has been commended by the most captious critics and the audiences which have attended during the last two weeks have given unmistakable evidence of their appreciation of the work done. The opera is splendidly staged and Mr. Hirschfeld has good reason to take pride in the admirable work done by the principals, chorus and orchestra under his direction. "Lucia di Lammermoor" and "Cavalleria Rusticana," a double bill, will follow "Lohengrin."