Special Notice.

TO LET, at 1691 Cambridge St., a furnished suite at reduced rate. smw

WANTED.- A tutor for boy of fourteen. Apply, with highest reference, to Mrs. James Hurd, 6 Cleveland St.

TO LET.- 1 large square front room, furnace heat and gas, 1 flight. Can accommodate more boarders, first class table board, good service. Club table for students.

MRS. LEXNER, 898 Mass. Ave., Cambridge.THE high estimation in which the Castle Square productions of opera are held may be judged by the following brief extracts from Tuesday's Boston papers, criticizing "The Bohemian Girl."

"The piece was mounted with the conscientious care and the liberality that characterize the performances at this theatre."


"The company appeared to enjoy their work and put a vein into it that delighted their audience."

"The production was even more successful than the presentation earlier in the summer, when the opera scored a notable success in this theatre's operatic season."

"The piece ran with capital smoothness."

"Miss Clara Lane was a great success as Arline. Musically and dramatically she made an instantaneous hit. Further acquaintance only adds to the impression that this lady makes upon her auditors. Added to an excellent stage presence she possesses a most intelligent conception of her roles and a magnetism that keeps her constantly in touch with those before her. She never for once relaxes her hold upon her character. Naturally her song in the second act, 'I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls,' carried the house completely, and in the concerted music her voice was heard to most enjoyable advantage, and notably in the trio and quintet in the last act."

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Mr. Walter R. Spalding will receive pupils in Pianoforte, Organ and Composition. 11 Wendell St., Cambridge.

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FOR RENT.- 2 suites of unfurnished rooms at 31 Bow St., corner of Plympton. New building.

ALL University students and the public are invited to the address on "College Graduates and Public affairs," by Herbert Welsh of Philadelphia, in the Fogg Museum, Tuesday, Oct. 15, at 8 p. m. The president of the Civil Service Reform Club, Louis A. Frothingham, will preside. The speaker is editor of a political weekly of Philadelphia, and is thoroughly conversant with his subject. 17 td

A position as steward wanted in a club. Long experience and good references. Apply at 27 Cornhill, Boston.