ON Monday, March 18, D. Toy of 71 Beacon Street, opened his large line of spring goods for gentlemen's wear, selected from the best foreign manufacturers.
During the fourth and last week of his stay at the Hollis Mr. John Drew will present Henry Guy Carleton's comedy, "The Butterflies," which was given its initial presentation at the same house last season with marked success. The comedy deals with several interesting social types, and has for its hero a spendthrift Bostonian who rescues a young lady from drowning, and then falls desperately in love with her. The girl's mother repulses the penniless suitor, his creditors pursue him, and he is kept in a peck of trouble, but wins the girl of his choice of course.
ONE club, also seats at general table, can be accommodated at
1200 Mass. Ave., Cambridge.FOUND. - Silver topped comb on Ware St., March 18. Owner can have by applying at 12 Kirkland Pl.