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Michigan Daily, 1895-10-22

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
STUD NTS! We Give YoU Credit,...
---FOR KNOWING WHERE - - -
THEBS C TNK
is sold. You have shown us by your generous patronage that
OUFR SUITS ANID OVEFROOATOS.
are just right for people who wish to dress correctly and at the samve time SAVE MONEY.
. SPECIALEN-EC1KWEAR AEETHIS -WEEK. ,. ,

3'7 S. Main St.

LINDENSCHMITT & APFEL.

MIHGA ENTR AL I At the Grand Opera House.
Time Table (Revised) May 19, 1894. "The Bowery toirls" big success is
EAST.. WEST. enicouraginlg chins to entier tile sonic
Mall and Ex--- 350 Mail --------43 (-1as0. They will miake a success as it
N. Y. Special---. 5 05 N. Y. Special.... 7 30 is -tseeol ef wich there is only one,
Eastern Ex-:--10 12 N. S. Limited.... 1 25 a511
A. M. Pacific Ex---31 57 and "'rhe Bowery Girl" wile has woo
Atlantic En--7 47P.M
D. N. Expres---. 540 Western Ex--200 tile public to her will keep it.
G. a. Express ---31 055 0h1. Nt. Ma---02 I~ngrHryWilas f"h
G. a. Ex----------erIliry 5i ii57of"Tl
O. W. RUGsGLES, B . W. HAYES, Boewery Girl," picked iii a colored
e. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt., Ann Arbor uiiicii in St. Louis the othier day who ruistgeinfnd He-vsavtrn
- ~oilis fi-st appeiaranice. It uwill iliatia-
1 1 lbly i'eiitire ian ox c inaiito hold lilni.
tiAt lthe G(tranil operaliotise, lct. 23.
NOT MCIGNSide silittiing icoiieiliies like
nonve.soevn. "('liarlie's Aunt," "Frie'ndts." anid 'The
0:07 a. m. *7:i5 a. m. Ga:y Paris:ins," lie inow- the rage, we
*12:25 pm. 11:30 am. havie yet anuthtler, "My Wlife's Friend,"
4:15 pm 9:00 p.mu.
All trains daily except Sunday andi it wsill be' artistically pirescented biy
R. Si. GREENWOOD. Agentt MWiii.('. Aiiirews aoil his asOOP-
W. H. BENNETT G. P. A. Tsledo 0. -
ciates at Graiii opcrai house, Satuird:ay,
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST, BY, Oct. 2. The play drabs will: the usual
Time Table, May 26, 1895. hiabit eo' tellinig the white lies, atid
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st., 0-30, 0-00 young pteoebi- it little too gay,
and 11:00 a. i.; 12:45,2:15,5:00, 6:45, 9:30 and of couirse' it is perfectly :iriiiless and
1Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:00,8:30 and "c~onies outuill right initt'ewaishi" Mr.
11:30 a. in.; 1:15, 2:45, 5:30,7:13, 10:00 and 11:00 Andire's is a new' stari but lie i a,3
p.m.-
SUNDAY TIME. thioiotighly learned his btusiness sup-
Leave Ypsilanti from Congs'esnt.. 1:00, 3:30, porting Btarney McAuley, Mrs. Joint,
:00, 0:30 and 9:00 p.m.DereeikW dRoad ed
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 2:00,4:00,5:30,DrwFerikWrdtladtci
7:00 and 9:300p. m. anid others. He hias sel'ctetd a bright
Cars ran on city time Fare: single trip 15
cents: round trip tickets 25 cents. slid cl'e-er conipanuy whtich inc'ltid:
WaM. F. P~ARKEn, Supt. Ma~rioni Giraux, Minnuiettoink, Antoin-
itette Wailker. Altert Livingston, II.
PIPE QALE Oee's Datvies, 1W. W. Ptun, W in. Fi+ ir-
IH Lbanks anld otlhers.
-AT-
JOLLY & Co's.,
Rermoved to 18 5. State S., Sager Block.
Hotad Cold Lunchkes at All hosurs.
Go to RANDALL for
Artistic Photos.
NEW GALLERY.
[ARGESI OP[RATING ROOM IN SIAIE
NO, 15 WASHINGTON BLOCK, C T EL&LO A D
Ann Abor, ich.ALBANY: NEW YORE,
FALL MMakers of Cape and Cowns to tbe University
FALGREET):Nli G. ofKURELLclAet
Siting to order $13.10 up; Overcoats to V.1UR L oclAet
order $1O30 up: Trouserlegs to srder $3.75. 44 William st. Aim Arbor, Mich
Cleaslo Dyeing, Pressing and Repairing _________________
a specif4fyDO'BU A
F'RDHAM & GLEN,DOTBUA
Merchant Tailior, 20S. State st., Ann Arbor. D1 C T I10lNA R Y !T
IIMOTR~ ATERER, till yen see
ISAE, Washing- THE ST ANDARD.
___________________________ Drop a card or cail on J. T. <Midgley, 18
I iiiiiii -N Traver st., North Side, Agent for Washtenaws
Subscribe for tht Daily. Oakland and Macomb cosnties.

UNIVERSITY HILL.i
tFRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 8 P, M,
SENATOR
SUBJECT:
"OLD L.ANDVU RKS."
ADMDISSION. $ 1 00.
6oor's [ivory and Boardiii Barn
P'hone 143. Cood hacks sod Livrry
always on h~and. Enquitre foreree's
Hack.
-94 sod 9421- E. Hill St., Ann Arbor.
} Horses Hoarded and weli ca:red for.
P enile tiving Horses foe Ladies.
S ANN ARBOR
STEAKV LAUNDRY CO.
Ihigh Gloss and Demnestie Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
iz 23 S. FOURTH AVE.
"FLAG PINIV AS.USUAL.
W~e also have s ine tine
wO of imported
" STEIN S "
WMt ARNOLD'S
Jewelry Stnrr.

T. O. &C.Ry.X. & M. Ry.
Solid th~rough trains between Tsledo, Ohio,.
and Chaorlestsn, W.V.,s. via Cslsmbus, the-
short aind onty direct route.
Toledo, 0.
Findlay, 0.
Kenton, 0.
Columbus, 0.
Athens, 0.
Middleport, 0.
Pomery, 0.
Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.
Richmond. Va.
Petersburg, Va.
Old Point Comfort, Va.
Williamsburg, Va.
Newport News, Va..
Norfork, Va.
And all southearsters points. Elegant
drawing owm cars on ail thiroughi trains.
For further infornmstisn call on your local
'Tick~et Agent or write.
MIOULTON HOCK, Gen'l Puss. Art.,
Toleds, 0.
WV. A. PETERS, Mlichican Pass. Agent,
Detroit, Michs.
J LNNINGiSi EAST !LIBERTY ST.
Hot Lunches,
Chocolates and
Homne-made Candies.
Advertise Your Wants
in The Daily.

Y
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WEARE COMI4NG
SEASON TOF 1895-96.
Students' Lecture Associeatieon'.
OF .THE U. OF M.
1. Senator David H. Bill, of New York--------------------------------Oct.12'
2. Leland T. Powers, Impersonator-. . . . . . . . . _____ _____________--Nov. 30'-
3. lHon. John W. Foster, Secretory of State under Prens. Harison . ..-----------Dec. 11
IMrs. Johnstone Bishop, M~rs. Clara MurrayI
4. Redpath Concert. Co ------Dec. 14
Miss Hand h'owell, Mr. Yon Scarpa.
5. Rev. T. DeWitt Talwage----. .---- . ..-- . ..----. .----Jan 14
6. lHon. Henry W~attersoni, Editor of Louisville Coorher-Jo.enah .... Feb.214
7 Boston Temple Quartet (Miss Katharine Ridgeway, Reader). . ..-------------Feb. 29
8. Oratiical Contest of the University Oratorical Association.----.--------March 20'
9. Max ORell, (H. Paul Blonet) "Comedy Lectured"---------------------April 3,
10. Hon.-Theodore Roosevelt, President New York Police Commission---- Ane----h---------- 24'
13. Archbishop treland. . . . . . . . ay 1j
The'o Are Ztevvon of "CA'sAll fo sa2.o0"
Reserved nests for entire course S5Uc extra, single admission Wec except Senator Hill, S1;
Rtedpath Concert Co., 75p Oratorical Contest 25c. Ticketo on sale Wednesday, Oct. 10 at
Wak's Bookstores, State and Main sts., Palmer's lrug Store, 460R. State ot. Sheehan & Co.,,
Bookstore,, State st-, Cutting, Beyer & Co., 17 and 29 S. Main st., Moore & Wetmore's Book-'
shore, 6:$. Main shtand Ann Arbor Organ Co,Mals st., and by students on the csimpns.
Course tickets may be exchanged for reserved neat ticketn ton payment of 00e e n Tues-
dxv, Oct. 22. at Palmer's Drug Store, 465S. State nt. and Mssre & "Wetmore's, 6115. Main t.:r
l9M'No conditional numbers. Every numnier actually secured by contract.

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