Don't forget the trained liorses aiui dogs, at tlie opera house, Friday and Saturday evenings, with matinee Saturday afternoon for the children. They are simply immense. Those trained doga, at the opera house next Friday and Saturday evenlngs, understand over 500 commands. The next cuamber concert of tlie Detroit Philharmonic Club will be held at Hohiirt Hall, because of the lack of room la Hoorn 24. A good sign. Tuose ponies go through a military drill lasting 15 minute?, and exerute difflcult evolutions as readily as will the members of Co A. It you doubt it go and see and judge for yourself. The University Dramatic club will repeat the beautlful Ladie's Battle, with appropriate addition?, on Monday cvcniiijr of conunencement week at the opera house. Cecker League Program. The following is the program for the Oypsy Concert entertainment in tlie Lecture Room of M. E. Church, Monday eveniug May 16, 1887, at 8 p. m. local time: 1. Chorus of the Uypsles. Í Quitar. 8. Duet with Quitara. 4. Song by the Mulo Oypsy. 5. Banjo. 6. Song by Chlet Gypsy. 7. Quitar. 8. Zingara's Song. 9. Duet with Baujo and Gultar. 10. Banjo. 11. Gypsy Chorus. Uypales will be In oostume. ProC Morris' Equlue and Canlue Paradox. Prof. Morris, with hls 60 educated onies and dogs, will be at the grand opera lext Friday and Saturday evenings, and Saturday matinee. It is öne of themost wonderful shows travellng in this or any other country. Of a recent exhibitiou in :iull.ilo tlie Courier has tliis to say : Over twelve hundred persons braved the ad weather to attend the entertainment of iheEqulneand Canlne Paradox laNt nlght, mei enjoyed the remarkable feats of Prol. dorrls performlng dogs and poules. The itreet parade yesterduy wus a very altraotlve ne and the show proved more so. Pony Komeo. the favorlte, walked on two legs, waltzed, posed as a statue, went to sleep, and dld many other clever trtcks. A party af the dogs set the children in the audlence wild bypTaylng house in full lengthdresses, ind "KOlug vlsitlng " in solemn lamliy islyle. Seveml wonderful feaUi of leaplng were perormed by the dogs. Oue rode a pony and showed great aklll on horseback. As a whol he performance surpassed anythlug of the ttuu ever shown here. Ambrose Kearney, as n member of the oard of review Is getting some varlefjated advice as to assessments. One says it Is, another says it isr.'t, so what's a fellow oing to do? Sault Ste Marie is forglngabead. A poice forcé has been organized there, and my member thereofenterlng a saloon other tliau on official business loses bis official head. Wise provisión.