Coote aud Long will appear at the Grand opera bonse, tomorrow evening, in a screaming comedy, adapted from the French, eutitled "The Other JVIan's Wife. " Nick Long is a well kuown comedian from the Paoifio coast, while Bert Coote will be remembered by all as "The New Boy." In that character he made the most artistic snccess in his career. Mr. Coots is thoronghly original, bis work is easy, natural, qniet, and at no time does he resort to boisterotis methode. The character of Oscar Timid in "The Other Man 's Wife" was espeoially written for him, to aff ord him an opportnuity to display his inimitable drollery, keen, quick sense of hurnor and eccen tricity of manner. The snpporting oompany inclndes Julie Kiügsley. Idalene Cotton, Lillian Dix, Carne Medford, Harry C. Stanley, Wallace Henderson, Kraft Walton, j. W. Gardner, Heury F. Georgië and others. The comedy will be preceded by James A. Herue's delightful one aot play, "A Soldier of France," Niok Long playing the old soldier. Within the last two weeks Gübert Biggs, of Belleville, has had two of bis cattle stolen from hira. Both of tbem weie killed, dresseJ and brought to Ann Arbor and sold. No clue to the thief has been found although Mr. Riggs was able to trace the auimal, flnd the hide and identify it.