Some of the motorrnen od the street railway had ratber an uncomfortable time of it Wedtjes'lay oight. A generator at tbe aleotric ligbt worka got out of order at 3 :30 in the afternoon and tbe cars stopped running there and then and did not again move until 9 a. in. yesteiday. Men worked all night at the power house to repair the inacbine and motormeu slept on tbeir cars wherever tbey bad been left standing. Frederiek VVarde, the Shakespearean actor and scholar, gave an interesting address at University hall yesterday afternoon nndei the anspices of the Oratorioal Association. He spoke of the origin of the drama as a monologue in Greece and traced its growtn to the present. The future of the drama, he said, rested eutirely with tbe people, not with the actors, as the latter were bound to cater to the tastes of the former.