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November 15, 1895 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1895-11-15

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

MIGHIGAN GENr L
Time Table (Revised) May 19, 1894.
EAST. WEST.
Mail and Ex- 3 5 Mail - 8 43
N. Y. Special--, a so N. Y. Specal..._ 7 3
Eastern Ex----10 SZ N. S. Limited.... 9 25
A.M. PacifiE Ex.......1157
Atlantic Ex...-7 47 P M.
D. N. Express.... 5 40 Western Ex..--- 2 00
G. R. Express ...11 05 Chi. Nt. Ex- 10 28
GREx-3---557
O. W. RUOOLES, H. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt., Ann Arbor
L J .. O
NORTH MICHIGAN
RAILWAY.
NORTH' SOUTH.
7:37 a.mi. *7:0 a.mn
.12:25 p.m. 11:30a.m.
4:15 p.m, 9:00 p.m.
All trains dally except Sunday
ATrains ran between AanArbor and Toledo
only.
R. S. GREENWOOD, Agent
W. H. BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo .
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST, RY,
Time Table, Oct. 27, 1895.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st., 7:10,8:45
and 11:00 a. m.; 12:45, 2:15, 5:00, 0:45, 9:15 and
10:45 p. mn.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:40,9 :5 and
11:301 a. in.: 1:15, 2:30, 5:30, 7:1, 9:45 and 11:15
p. m.
SUNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congressst.,1:30,3:30,
:30,60:30 and 9:0p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 2:00,4:00,5:30,
7:00 and 9:30 p. m.
Cars run on city time Fare: single trip 15
cents; round trip tickets 25 cents.
WM. F. PARKEn, Sop.
SILK FLAGS - -
For the Minnesota Game at Detroit.
Leave orders with . . .
JOLLY & Co's.
20 S. State St., Sager Block.
Hot and Cold Lunch, s at All Hars.
THE KINDERGARDEN BILLIARD HALL
WHOLESALE CIGARS
TOBACCOS AND CIGARETTES.
Railroad + Ticket + Brokers.
Money to loan on personal property.
FALL GREETING.
Suiting to order 13.50 up; Overcoats to
order 0.50 sp: Trserisgs to order $3.75.
Cleansing. Dyeing, Premsing and Repairing
a specialty
FORDHAM & GLEN,
Merhant Tailor, 20 S.tate st., Ann Arbor.
RANDALL
-photographer
15 Washington Block.
ANN ARBOR
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
High Gloss anx Domnestle Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
23 S. FOURTH AVE.
"FLAG PINE" AS USUAL.
fsm ted
"STEINS"
W ARNOLDS
Jewelry store.
JENNINGS, EAST LIBERTY ST.
Hot Lunches,
Chocolates and
Home-made Candies.
A4vertise Your Wants
in the Daily.

EVERY TUESDAY
Mr. A. E. Rose will he at the Cook house with a Choice
Line of Woolens from
THE GOLDEN EAGLE CO, DETROIT,
Fine Dressers it will pay you to see the line and compare
prices strictly first class work. Up-to-date styles. Low-
est prices.
At the Grand Opera House. THE BICYCLE FACE.
Arrangelnents have just been col-l: Chicago Genius Has Discovered the
Sousrenf IL
pleted whereby the greatest sucess of "I have discovered the secret of the
the age, Du Miaiirier's famous play, bicycle face," said the man who spent
"Trilby," with all its miagnificent most of his time loafing at the club
scenery, costumes, music and stage window. "I know the cause of it and I
garniture, together with A. I. Pal- know how to cure it. I'll bet I can cure
mer's great dramatic company, which the worst case of bicycle face that was
made it so popular in New York and ever seen on the streets of Chicago."
Boston, will visit this city, at the "Going to begin the manufacture of
patet mdicie?"aske on ofthe
Grand opera house, Mtonday evening, o patent mediners.? asked one of
Nov. 18. "Medicine nothing! It isn't a case for
This will be the only visit here of medicine at all! it's a case for a little
Trilby, as the company have engage- investigation and the application of
ments to play the large western cities common sense. A blacksmith could cure
ill)immediately at coliclusiion of its e:,st- it better than a doctor, and the bicycle
ern tour. Trilby is a strange, wierd, manufacturer better than a blacksmith.
tiowserful intensely interesting play, I made a study of the question during
admirably acted at every point. leat- a short trip out of town. I was in a lit-
tfpy'e inttle tle place up in Wisconsin, and I noticed
tifully staged and received with tinethat while nearly every ore rode a
grey-test possible enlthusiasil every- wheel there was hardly a single hag-
where. Never have audiences been.; gard, woe-begone bicycle face to be
more demonstrative at the end cf a, seen. The riders looked as if they
play, and never was it watched with were enjoying themselves, and that is
more intense interest in the develop- something you seldom see in Chicago.
ient of a dramatic story. "Of course, I wondered why it was,
If Trlby h stnev ry.e ubihd and in the end I find the matter settled
If trilly l iievc b:'eia ptldis('. -at least to my own satisfaction. The
imt Du Maurier had given to air. Pot- secret of the bicycle face lies in the
ter a plot to work: out the play would handle bar of the bicycle. The moat
attain a wonderful success. As it is, horrible and ghastly faces to be seen on
it will be surprising indeed if Trilby the streets of Chicago to-day can be
does not make a record which is re- changed by a slight operation per-
markable in the annals of the Amern- formed upon the handle bar of the
can stage. The acting is a source of wheel. The bent handle bar is the
genuise pleasue, there is last cause of the bicycle back or curved
genues leasrintileeieast. spine, and the bicycle sack is what
weal spot in the entire cast. makes the bicycle face. The -people
Stsdent members of the Political that I saw while I was away, who
Sceneice Associatioin cais get ills'lilt looked as if they were enjoying the
litentii as rious al t t -ride, sat upright on their wheels; the
lications as they come out by calling people I see in Chicago, who look as if
at room 11, Tappan Hall, at 11 a. i. they hadn't a friend on earth, have to
on any day except Saturday. Five bend over to reach their handle bars
numbers are now out and a sixth, de- and then throw their heads back in
voted to city government, is printing. the most extraordinary and uncom-
te"aber"ai"", w"i incles thae"" a- fortable oangle in rder to see what io
listios, s oeaa10 ~l tud nrt$ in the road ahead of them. That gives
a year.tions, is open to all studets .t$1 them the bicycle face; that and nothing
aylse. If you will watch them you will
CHARLES H. COOLEY, agree with me. You will never see that
Treasurer. haggard, worried expression on the
NOTHING LIKE IT! THE OHIO face f one who is sitting upright on
NOTINGLIEAIT! TICETOHI his or her wheel. You will never see
CENTRAL SILLEAGE TICKET. it absent from the face of one who is
Covers more mileage than any ticket trying to make a semi-circle of his or
"in the market. The only book good her spinal column."-Chicago Post.

T. O. & C. By. K. &M.Ry.
Solid lisrouh trains between Toledo, Ohio,
and Charlescs, 'N.Vs, via Columbus, the
short and only direct route.
01d,. BETWEEN
Toledo, .
Findlay, 0.
Reton, .
Columbus, O.
Athen, 0.
Middleport, 0.
Pomery, 0-
Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.
Richmond. Va.
Petersburg, Va.
Old Point Comfort, V.a-
Williamsburg, Va.
Newport News, Va
Norfork, Va.
And allrsouthesternpoits rElegant
drasisg room crs on allihrughstrains
For further information call on your local
Ticet eiAgnt r write,
MOULTON H1R, Gen' Pase. Agt.,
Toledo, O
W. A. PETERS, Michigan Pss. Agent,
Detroit. Micb.
RI-P-A-NS
II-
The modern stand-
I ard Family Medi-
cine: Cures the
common every-day
ills of humanity.
Ca
NEW MACHINE SHOP
ADBREW HUNTER, 9 E. Liberty St
Bicycles Repaired or Rented.
Dental Instruments Repaired.
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IAVE COME, a consignment of the
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and buttons. .HALLER'S ;JEW-ELRv
STORE.
For students I have the best assort-
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Special low prices will be quoted. Call
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o'clock instead of at 11.
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