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June 13, 1896 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICIIAN.
OFFIcE: Times building N. Main St., opposite
post office.
EDITORS
J. F. THOMAS, '97. W. W. THAYEa, '96 L.
E. L. GE1sMER,'98 L F. M. LooMis.'98.
0. H. HANs, '98. F. S. SIMoNs, '98.
R. C. UNDERWOOD, '98. . M. GREEN, '99.
St1XIAdAING EDITOR
G. B. HARRIsoN, '96 L.
BUSINEsS SANAGER
L. C. WALKEo,'96.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
W. W. Hughes, '98. S. R. Smith, '96 L.
S. W. Smith,'97. W. P. Morrill,'98.
J. L. Walsh, '93 M. H. B. Skillman, '98 L.
C. B. Roe,9'8 D. Louise Dodge, '99.
B. B. Metheany, '99. H-. Corwin, '99.
Lula J. Dickinson, '99.
The subscription price of the Daily has

mitt suo a coim is C SALE UnJUNsE 1s
of Professor Jacolis IeighrPo-si p1 ~rp.6UNTIL JU E 10

fessor J. P. MeMurrich and Professor
W. P. Lombard, isas now been formed
in Ann Arbor and is prepare] to re-
ceive subscriptions. All persons who
have taken an interest in the life all.
work of Professor Huxley, whether
they be professional naturalists or not
are invited to contribute. Subscrip-
tions may be sent to Professor Jacob
Reighard, 12%5 N. Thayer st., or to
Professor J. 1. McMurrieh, 92 E. Ann
st., Ann Arior,,11 nmay be ofany
aniount. Subscriptions so far receive I
in England range from two to ive
hundred dollars.
Dr, Voss to Leave.
Dr. Ernst Voss, instructor in Ger-
man, has accepted a position for next
year'at the University of Wisconsin.
It is to be regretted that Michigan is
to lose Dr. Voss, vho is a very popu-
lar instructor and one who will be
hissed.

AlI Gents' $7.00 and $6.00 Patent Leather Shoes..A
All Gents' $6. and $5.50 Colored Shoes for......1 :
All Gents' $5.00 Colored Shoes................. .
All Ladies' $5.00 Colored Shoes.....R O
All Ladies' $4.00 Colored Shoes for....... . ......$3.49
All Ladies' $3.50 Colored Oxfordsfor ................$2.99
All Ladies' $2.50 Colored Oxfords for.. $2.19
This sale includes all our elegant lines of summer goods in
the latest colors and styles.
JACOBS & ALLMA ND, Wa*higtonSt
VACATION RATES.
The Ann Arbor Road will make
rates of 2c per mile to any point in
Central Taffie territory to parties of
ten (10) or more traveling together. & C lark
Special train will be run to Chicago
June 17 if 75 people take tickets.
Quickest time and good service guar-
anteed. Leave your name at ticket

office.

been reducedto 75cts inadvancefor therest ANN ARBOR B. RI. EXCURSION
of the year. Leave subscriptions at the RATES.
Daily office or with P. C. Meyer, U. of M. T
News Stand. Benevolent and Protective Order of
Elks, Cincinnati, 0. Slate of one fare
Editor of today's paper, for the round- trip, tickets to be sold
F. S. SIMONS, 15. July 5th and 6th, good returning July
11th.
The Daily will receive telegrams National League of Anerican
from the Chicago meet and the Ober- Wieelnen, Louisville, Ky. Rate of
one fare for the round trip, tickets to
n gamsse and Iiese Xviii be postei at be sold August bth and 10th, good re-
the olfie this evelning. turning to August 17th.
Baptist Young Peoples' Union of
Readers of the Inlander next year America, Milwaukee. Wis. One fare
are promised soie very excellent mat- for round trip, tickets to be sold July
ter in tile article, "On the Buying of 114th to 1tth, good returing July 20th.
Book wtharinAu, " whithBwyillgbe.National Educational Association
Books wit ais Ail,' which wii be Buffalo, N. Y. One fare for round
continued from the current number. trip plus $2.00 membership fee, tick-
The writer has seen fit to announce ets to be sold July 5th and 6th, re-
that he is a book-lover, leaving his turned limit July 1201.
Young Peoples' Society of Christian
resders to guess his idenity. Endeavor, Washington, D. C. One
fare for round trip, tickets to be sold
Next year's Psisebsill schedule Xiii
July 4th to 7th, liuited for return to
receive capable attention at the hands July 15th.
of Ward Hughes, the ianager-elect. G. A. I. Encalipmeit at St. Paul,
Mr. Huglies has a thorough knolv- Minin., Sept. 2nd and 4t, one cent per
edge of college baseball and of the
.eBay View Camsp SMeting, Bay View,
college teais of the country. Sc is Mich. One fare for round trip July
One of the hardest Workers in the 7th to 10th, good for return August
Athletic Association and call be de- 15th.
pessded oin to look after his portion of Chicago, 11., Democratic National
next year's Xork in baseball Convention. One fare for round trip
next _ersw _rk __sba_ sJuly 3d to 6th, good returning July
12th.
Huxley Memorial, Knights of Pythias Uniforsm Rank,
Some months ago a general commit- Cleveland, Ohio. One fare for round
tee was organized in England for tise trip August 22d to 24th, good for re-
purpose of securing a memorial to turn August 31st.
the ieiory of Prefessor Huxley. It ANN ARBOR RY.'S SPECIAL TRAIN
is proposed to erect a statue of Hux- The bsys asi girLs are workimg iard
Icy iii the cenral hail of the Naturai for the special train to Chicago via
History Museumi at South Kensing- Ann Airbor and Wabash Roads, to
ton at the foot of the stairway where leave at 12 o'clock luidilght on the
the statues of Darwin and Owen now 17th inst. This Xill get tiem to Cli-
stand. Whatever funds remain after 1ago for all trsis Xest O the tsh
providing for the statue will be tssed i fst. Must isave all naes in by Moo-
to found one or more Huxley iedals day night. Special coach for ladies.
and if funds still remain after the
founding of the medals they will be NEW HIGH GRADE BICYCLES TO
devoted to some biological enterprise REN'T.
in memory of Professor Huxley. Clevelands, Waverlies, Majestic.
In order that all friends and ad- Stearns, at lowest prices. Stimson &
mirers of Professor Huxley may have Co., 24 S. State st.
the opportunity to be associated in the The Ann Arbor Raliroad will sell
securing of this memorial the general tickets at one fare for the round trip
committee has authorized the forima- to all stations on their line between
tion of local committees. Several of Hamburg Junction and Toledo on Sun-
these have now been formed in the day trains. Tickets limited to date
various scientific centres in America. of sale.
At the request of the general com- R. S. GREENWOOD, Agent.

R. S. GREENWOOD, Agt.
TRIPS ON THE LAKES.
Students and others contemplating a
trip to points via the great lakes will
find it to their interest to purchase
their tickets at the Michigan Central
ticket office. Tickets sold and baggage
clsecked through via all principal
steamsship lines. Berths ordered by
telegraph without extra charge.
LAW STUDENTS. ATTENTION.
Write to Frederick Mains, Attorney,
Albion, Mich., in relation to forming
a co-partnership with a Xell estab-
lished business. A chance with any
one of three attorneys in three local-
ities. Write at once.
FSIEDERICK MAINS.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO WHEEL-
MEN.
The Ann Arbor I. B. Co. take pleas-
ure in announcing that hereafter Bicy-
cles will be checked between all sta-
tions on its line without charge.
OF INTEREST TO STUDENTS.
Cheapest rates to Cleveland and
Pittsburg, Eastern Ohio & Peunsyl-
vania Points are via 'Michigan Cen.
tral and Detroit and Cleveland boats.
For full information and rates please
apply at the Michigan Central ticket
offee.
Gentlemen-If you want to save
money on shoe repairing call on A.
Levy, 31 N. Main st., just below the
post office. All work first class. Light
soles 50 cents, heavy ones 60 cents.
Packing and forwarding of furniture
done with great care. Low price
guaranteed. Call or 'phone to Martin
Haller's Furniture Store.
For Rent-Furnished house suitable
for a fraternity or society, at 102 S.
State st.
Ripans Tabules cure liver troubles.

Photogrlaphers
of Detroit, will make
your sittings every
WEDNESDAYS AND SATOBAYS'
-AT-
NO, 5 W. LIBERTY ST,
502 "BABY" BLISS 502
weihing only 002 pounds
rioles
The America
To introduce this magn~ificent
wheel, 1 will make a very
liberal (liscount from list price.
It is 1he handsomest you haive
seen, it isa beauty.
A. WILSEY,
SOLE AGENT.
N. B.-I SELL THE CLEVELAND.
2d Semester.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING
Closed for the Season.
To be Open October 5th.
THE KINDERGARTEN BILLIARD HALL
RAILROAD TICKET BROKERS
MONEY TO LOAN ON PERNONAL
PROPERTY.
Wholesale Cigars, Tobaccos and Cigarettes-

BIG SHOE SALE
Randall, Argard & Co. Shoe stock, Grand
Rapids, Mich., sold to'us.
65c ON THE DOLLAR.
Men's Htand Se-wed Russias $6.00, cut to $4.85
aen ad Welt Russias, K50, cut ho $4.25
Men's Dark Brow n Russias, $4.00, cut to $2.98
Men's Pat. C F BalsRussias, $5.00, cut to $1.85
GOODSPEED BROS.,y

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