Don't forget Kmtna Jueh Nov 20Ui. Wait for Teresa Cañen o Nov. 20tli. For a grand trcat, go to hear Hope Glenn Nov. 26th. Your best nvestment s a faniily ticket for the Juch concert. Universlty hall ought to be fllled to overflowinp next Friday evening. Tickets for tbe Emmi Jucli concert, on sale Wednesday Nov. 21st at 10 A. AL Rcmemher the Boston Svmphony Orchestral Club concert. FridayeveninuNov. 16th, at University liall. Harkins and Granger are working up a grand entertainment for after the holldays. It Is to be a combina! on of son dances, farces, Irish, Dutch and Negro specisltles. It will bc a danily. Next Momlny evening Prof. A. A. Stanley wili give an orgnn recital at the L'nity Club. It will consist of the most pleasing features of the two organ recitals already };iven by bim at the Conrcgational cliurch. Mrs. Van Hij Uo will aleo give severa] selectiona. Tlie military band known as the J. L lludsoii Milittuy Batid will rive a grand co icert ut (criiiniHH buil this week Fiday eveninr. Tlie violin soloist is a gentleman who haa recently returned frosi Kurnpe nhere he gradüated from tlie best instrtictors to be found in Gerruany. The concert will be well worth heuriiii;. All the musicians are mSstert of ttieirart. The UolyereHy Musical Society will bring out the grandest concert entertainment that Is now on the boards in the United State?, on next Frlday evealrjff Nov. lGtb, at University hnll. It is "o less a compiiny than tlio Boston Syraphony Orchestral Club, the most complete oiganization of its kind in America. This will be the only place in Ihe Uolted States where this troupe can be hcard for the nominal adinission fee of 50 cents. In othcr cities prices rnnge from $1 to $;!. There are seven musical stars in lbo troupe, including the reignlng pojular prima donna soprano, Klsa Clark ('usliing. Jlusic loving people everywhere are deliglited with the rare entertainment given by this troupe. a thankSoiving ieast. Tlierc is no rcjoieins: without fenstine; there is nu fcastlngr williout siiiglng. Iri the olden day?, the minstrel-i used to sing iluring the fejisl ; nowadays the fol lowa; next week it will precede, on Mond:iy, the 2öth, lovers of nnisic will be ofTered the greatest treut, in the grand concert glven in liall. by the world-renowned artista, .Miss Kmma Jiieh, the star of the Xatlonal Opera Co., Miss Hope Glenn, the magnificent contralto, Mme. Teresa Carroño, the world-famed pianist, and Mr. Lgopold Lichtenberr, one of the few violinista virtuoso of America. Tickets for sale Wednesday, 21t Single tickets, $1.00, family tickets, ailmitting six, $5.00.