In Boston

Into the Back Bay depot, Boston, last week pounded 16 special Pullman cars, 26 enormous baggage cars. From the one came forth many persons, male and female, sleepy-eyed and hungry; from the other, chairs, rocks, castles, cannons and other properties. It was the Chicago Opera Company arrived in Boston for a two-weeks' engagement. When they had rested, fed, the principals and their assistants began to give performances for enthusiastic Bostonians. La Boheme they gave with Mme. Edith Mason, Mr. Cortis; Boris Godunov with Chaliapin.

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