Special Notice.

HISTORY 1, 9, 10, 13. Economics 1, 9. Government 1. Tutoring. Four years' experience. 7-8 p. m.

HENRY F. KNIGHT '96, 14 Thayer Hall.38 4t

ROOM for club table; also seats at general table, at 1200 Massachusetts avenue. 38 4t

THE Castle Square Opera Company, now in its third century of performances, will add a new opera to its repertoire next week, Sir Julius Benedict's "The Lily of Killarney." This is a musical version of the drama, "The Colleen Bawn," whose thrilling story is adapted admirably to lyrical expression. The heiress, Ann Chute, has a rival in Eily O'Connor, the Colleen Bawn. Myles na Coppaleen, the peasant lover of Eily, is devoted to her although knowing her to be the wife of another, Hardress Cregan. The latter would desert her and wed Ann Chute in order to raise the mortgage on his estate. The only solution of his difficulty is to get the Colleen Bawn out of the way. The idea is repulsive to him, but Donny Mann, the devoted hireling of Cregan, expresses his readiness to act if Cregan will but send his glove as a token secretly understood between them that the Colleen is to disappear. The glove is sent by a misunderstanding and Donny Mann acts. Eily is led by him to enter his boat under the pretense that her husband has sent for her. He rows her to a solitary cave, which chances to be the secret haunt of Myles. The latter shoots Donny Mann, whom he mistakes for another in the dim light, and saves the Colleen Bawn by a "header" into the water. Cregan is arrested for murder on confession of Donny Mann, who is wounded, but not dead. At the moment of Cregan's marriage with the heiress, Myles produces the living Eily O'Connor, Hardress' lawful wife, and Mrs. Cregan absolves her son of even intentional guilt by confessing that she alone procured the glove that was to convey to Donny Mann the order to execute his wicked design.

The cast follows: Eily O'Connor, the Colleen Bawn, Miss Clara Lane; Mrs. Cregan, Miss Kate Davis; Sheelah, Miss Cora Deane; Miss Ann Chute, the heiress, Miss Edith Mason; Hardress Cregan, Mr. Thomas H. Persse; Myles na Coppaleen, Mr. J. K. Murray; Mr. Corrigan, Mr. John Read; Father Tom, Mr. Arthur Wooley; Donny Mann, Mr. William Wolff.


This opera is practically new to Boston theatre goers. Its plot is romantic and fascinating. The picturesqueness of the Irish peasantry, whose love story it is, furnishes a delightful charm. The company has been rehearsing the opera for two weeks, a longer period than usual, and an exceedingly fine production is promised. It goes without saying that nothing will be lacking in the matters of costumes and scenery.

ON Wednesday, sixth inst., Mrs. Tudor Hart, of Boston and London, will open an exhibition of very fine articles of artistic merit, mostly collected in the Old World.

The exhibition will continue for one week (Sunday excepted) from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. and will be held at studio of the Unity Art Club, Boston, 711 Boylston st., cor. Exeter.

All Harvard students who have not received special notices will be admitted on presentation of visiting card with residential address.

There will be a number of draperies, old silver, and bronzes, and other objects suitable for Christmas and other presents, and of especial interest to students of culture and taste. Prices moderate. Priced catalogues at the door.

LOST.- One football last night about 6.30 between the library and Massachusetts avenue. Finder will please communicate with Jones, 1727 Cambridge street.

GEOLOGY 4.- Lecture notes with summaries of the prescribed. reading are ready at Thurston's.

ANNOUNCEMENT.- Mesdames Cates and Hall beg leave to announce that they have opened Select Dining Tables at No. 17 Story street, Cambridge. Special attention will be paid to catering for students' clubs.

Mrs. Cate's long experience at the Waverly House, Charlestown, Brant Rock House, and Women's Industrial Union, will insure a high degree of excellence both in cuisine and service. References given and required. 14 tf

YACHT'S at this season of the year may be bought at bargains. We have cat boats of every description on hand. If you are thinking of purchasing a boat of any description, write to the Buzzard Bay Yacht Agency, 33 North Water street, New Bedford, Mass.

TUTORING in elementary courses in Matthematics, Physics and Chemistry. Also in German A, B, C, 1a and 1b. Excellent notes in Chemistry 1 and Physics 1. Six years experience.

F. C. MCLAUGHLIN, A. M., 4 Read's Block.34 12t

DON'T buy a pencil. Call at Pach's Studio where Mr. Tupper will be pleased to supply the wants of every student.

It will soon be time to take interior pictures of rooms and orders may be left from now on. 23 tf

SHOES cleaned and polished each day for the rest of the year for $10.00. Johnston, at Marks's barber shop. 19 tf

TUTORING.- F. L. Meredith B. S., High School experience. Trigonometry, Geometry, Algebra, all the sciences, including full work in Chemistry and Physics. Call or address, 8 Ellery street. tf

HISTORY 1, 10.- Tutoring.

C. E. WHITMORE, JR., 12 Hollis Hall.36 tf

TUTORING in Govt. 1, Hist. 1, 5, 6, 9 and 13.

A. M. WOLFSON '93.Address 13 Mellen St., or call after 6.30 p. m. 37 4t

INSURE your furniture against loss by fire with James H. Hilton, 26a Brattle street. Drop me a postal and I will call. 8 tf

The Cambridge Safe Deposit and Trust Co., at No. 1300 Massachusetts Avenue, corner of Linden street, transacts a general banking business. Checks will be cashed on any Bank or Banking House in the U. S. and interest is allowed upon daily balances subject to check. Special attention given to accounts with officers and students of the University. Banking hours 8 to 2. Safety Vaults open from 8 a. m. to 2, and 5 to 6 p. m. tf