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October 23, 1895 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1895-10-23

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

STUDENTS!

We Give You Credit,,.

1

- - - FOR KNOWING WHERE - - -
THE BES CLOTH NG
is sold. You have shown us by your generous patronage that
OUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS
are just right for people who wish to dress correctly and at the same time SAVE MONEY.
a SPECIAL NECKWEAR SALE THIS WEEK, x

37 S. Main St.

LINDENSCHMITT & APFEL.

MICHIGAN GE_nTi L
Time Table (Revised) May 19, 1894.
EAST. WEST. A
P. M. AM
Mail and Es-3 50 Mail - 5843
N. Y. Special--- 5 00 N. Y. Specia---- 7 30
Eastern Ex- 10 12 N. S. Limited.--.925
A. M. Pacific Ex --11517
Atlantic Ex-___7 47 P. M.
ON. Express-- - 5"40 Western Ex--2 0
G. R. Express ---11 05 Chi. Nt. Ex--...10 28
G. R.Ex.----..-- 5 57
O. W. RUoLEs, H. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt., Ann Arbor
TOLEDO
- AN
NORTH MICHIGAN "
RAILWAY.
NORTH. SOUTH.
8:07a. m. *7:5am.
*12:25 p. m. 11:30a.m.
4:15 p. m 9:00 p. m,
All traids daily e ptG1Ena Agent
W. H. BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo O.
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST, RY.
Time Table, May 26, 1895.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st., 6:30, 8:00
and 11:00a. m.; 12:45, 2:15, 5:00, 6:45, 9:30 and
11:00 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:00, 8:30 and
11:30 a.m n. 1:15, 2:45, 5:30, 7:11, 10:00 and 11:00
p. m.
SUNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congressst.,1:30,3:30,
:00, 6:30 and 9:00 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 2:00,4:00,5:30,
7:00 and 9:00p. m.
Cars u on city time Fare: single trip 15
cents round trip ticket s 25 cents.
WM. F. PAnKER, Supt.
MAMMOTH PIPE SALE
-AT
JOLL1,.,Y & cows.
Removed to 18 5. State St., Sager Block.
Hot and Cod nnches at All Hours.
Go to RANDALL for
Artistic Photos.
NEW GALLERY.
LARGEST OPERATIN BOOM IN STATE
NO. 15 WASHINGTON BLOCK,
Ann Arbor, Mich.
FALL GREETING.
Sulis.' to order 013.50 up: Overcoats to
orderf'1.50 up: Trouseriegs to order 0.75.
Cleaning, Dyeing, Presing and Repairing
a specialty
FORDHAM & GLEN,
Merchant Tailor, 26 S. state st., Ann Arbor.
AM TERnERr CATERER,
G E E. Washing-
Subscribe for the Daily.

At the Grand Opera Hous..- UNIVERSITY HgALL.

The craze now for comedy of the
society school has induced Mr. Fred
Marsden to write "'My Wife's Friend.'
This play will be seen at the Grand
opera house, Saturday, Oct. .8, pre-
sented by first class company headed
by Mr. Wt. C. Andrews. Tile story
is strictly American, the action taking
place .in New Jersey, but the method
is of the English or French style. The
purpose is humorous to a degree.
The admirers of genuine comedy will
have a treat on Saturday, Oct. 26, at
lie GraindOpera House. when Mr.
W'i. C. Andrews and hiis fine company
will present the latest success, "My
Wife's Friend." "Cliarlie's Aunt" was
a pretty good fellow, and Mr. Froh-
man said the best card he ever offered
to the public, but it is pretty well ad-
initted that Mr. Andrews' play will
"go one better." It is more consistent
more laughable, and, what is more
truly American, notEnglish you know.
It is written by one of our own auth-
ors, Mr. Fred Marsden, and lie has is-
cated his story in famous New Jersey.
It must not, however, be understood
that "ly Wife's Friend" is a farmr
on the contrary he is a regular city
fellow, one of the thoroughbreds of
the metropolis of Elizabeth. SIr. An-
drews knows what lie is about When
he plays, the Jersey chappie, for he
is of the manor born and bred. In
short we will see a great perform-
ance which will not be buffoonery but
humor true to nature.
COTRELL & LEQNARD,
ALBANY NEW YORK,
Makers of Caps and Gowns to the University
of Mchigan.
V. MURRELL, Local Agent,
44 William st. Aln Arbor, Mich

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25,8 P.M.
SENATOR
D A'VID 'B. 0HIL L
SUBJECT:
"OLD LANDMZ TKS."
ADCISSION. $1 O.
Geo's liverY and 8oadig Barn
Phone 143. Good Harkt and Livery
alwayson hand. Enquire for Georges
Hack.
94 and 94 E. Hill st., Ann Arbor.
HorseB Hoardedsand well cared for.
Gentle Driving Horses for Ladies.
ANN ARBOR
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
High Gloss and Domestic Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
23 S. FOURTH AVE.
"FLAG PINE" AS USUAL.
we als have a fine line
of imported
"STEINS "
WMt ARNOIrS
Jewelry Slure.

T. O. & C. Ry. K. & M. Ry.
Solid through trains between Toledo, Ohio,
and ['aIleeson, W. Vu., via Columbus, Ike
short and only direct route.
BETWEEN
Toledo, O.
Finidlay, 0.
Renton, 0.
Columbus, O.
Athens, 0.
Middleport, O.
Pomery, 0.
Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.
Richmond. Va.
Petersburg, Va.
Old Point Comfort, Va.
Williamsburg, Va.
Newport News, Va.
Iorfork, Va.
And all southeastern points. Elegant
drawingrommcrs on all through trains.
For further information call on your local
Ticket Agent or write,
MOULTON HOUK, Gen'l Pass. Agt.,
Toledo, 0.
W. A. PETERS, Michigan Pass. Agent,
Detroit, Mich.
JENNINGS EAST UBERTY ST.
Hot Lunches,
Chocolates and
Home-made Candies.
Advertise Your Wants
in The Daily.

WE ARE COMING
SE ASON OF 1895-96
Students' Lecture Association.
oy. THE U. OF' M.
1. Senator David B. Hill, of New York-----------------.------------.-------------------Oct. 25-
2. Leland T. Powers, Impersonator.--.------------------------------------------------Nov. 16
3. Hon. John W. Foster, Secretary of State under Pres. Harrison. --...--- Dec. 11
Mrs. Johnstone Bishop, Mrs. Clues Murrny
4. Redpath Concert Co. --------------Dec. 14
Miss Maud Powel, Mr. von Scarpa.
5. Rev.T.DeWitt Talimage.--------------- ----- ---------J---- ------ ---an 14
0. Hon. Henry Oatterson, Editor of Louluville C ssnl-. . . .Feb.10
7 Bouton TempleQuse tetMissKatharine ldgeway, Reader).---tore, 4 -. es..-h Feb.,2
. Oratorical Contest of the University Oratorical Asnociation .March20-
9. Max ORrl, :0 Paul Bloue tC medyLecnred " r -April; 3
10. Hon. Theodore Roosevelt, President ew York Police Coin ion- A.ril14
11. Ar hk nhopt ela 4t. . ..--------- .-- .------- . .---------- .---hay 1
Tb"Oe oAre *E:10Von ,of U0 All forx^ $.000
Reservos ests for entire course 5cextra, sigle admission 50c, except Senator Hill, $1;
Redpath Concert Co., 71c; Oratorieal Contest 2c. Ticke.s en sale Wednsday Oct. 16 at
Wahr's Booksto'res, Slate and Main sts., Palmer's Dlrug Store, 4£i 5. State St., Sheehatn & Co.,
Bookstore, State t, Cutting, Bleyer & Co., 11 and 19 5. AMain t., Moore & Wetmore's Book-
store, 58S. Main t and Ann Arbor Organ Co., Main st., sod by students on the camnpus.
Course tickets may be exchanged for reserved neat tickets (on payment of 50(r, on Tues-
dav, Oct. 22, at Palmer's Drug Store, 46 S. State st., and Msore & Wetmore's, 85S. Main at.
gW' No conditional numbers. Every num'!er actually necured by contract.

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