THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.3
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Students' Laundry Association
Wee. VOUGHIT-Wem. R. FOX, agenst for
THE GRAND LAUJNDRY, of DETROIT
The best high grade laundtry an the State. The
only machine dometic fiishi the West.
Glove finobh alsogiven. Aft week promp~tly,
neatly and carefully done.
office 202 S. Statoet. Rlesidencfe 610 Lawrence t.j
New State Phoe. 441.
'The Niagara Fells Route."
CENTRAL STANDIARD TIME <
Taking Rffect Aueg. 14, 1as8. ;
Rail andEpress . ........3 47 P.1hi.
N. Y.& BostonSpecial.0..... 0 5
Fast Eastern . ...........9 43"
Atlantic Express ....I........ 50A.M.
Detroit Night Expressa........51
Grand RapidsEpress ..........110 t
Mailt & Epress. ..........9 18 A. M.
Boston. N. Y. & Chicago.......581
Fast Western Expreas.t......130 P. 0f.
0.1R. & Etat.REpress..........5 41
Chicago Night Eepress ....... 9 43
Pacific Eapress ....... I.1 30 A. Md.
0. W. RUGGLES, H. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Ag't, Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor
Taking Effet, Nov. 10, 1898.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand.
0:43 A. Md. 7:25 A. SM.
12:40 P. M. 11: 25A. M.
4:56 P.aM. 8:40P. M.
*Ruo betwceen Ann Arbor and Toledo only.
All trains daily except Sunday.
E. S. GILMORLE, Agent.
W. H. BENNETT. 0. P. A.
DETROIT, YPSILANTI & ANN AR-
Cars leave for Detroit at a quarter
after every boor, beginning at 7:15 a.
nm. and up to 11:15 p. M. For Ypsilanti
at a quarter before the bour op to 12:45
a. im. Gara leave corner Huoron and
MainiSts. Tickets on sale at lBrowns
Golliort aufi sow~
To solicit subsriptions to the
A fios opportunity to earn some money.
0. M. STEPHENS, '99 L.
rflT11l~lrll1~1ffl Students ! Students!
If dissatsfecdswitha youre lauodry aervice comce
jA. F. COVERT, Peep., 109 E. Wash. St.
(Chocolates aned Boss Bons), Telephone No. 211, 2 Hine.
In bolk aiid ill handsome packagea, Rxcellent Wank and Quick Service Guaranteed.
fream one-quarter to five pounds, at ALARM1~ CLOCKS, $1.00.
60c PER POUND. B.. OF MI. PINS, 50 Cecnts.
Now on oaio at Floe Watch Repairing a Specialty,
BROWN'S DRUG STORE., ,J. L. CHAPMAN,
COR. MAIN AND HURON STS. 200 Souie Rain Street.
" HAVE YOU 7SEEN
Tk New Bruno Manldolins
OF 12 S'T~IZNGS ?"1
They are Psnr sale at the
SHAEBERLE MUSIC STORE
Down on Liberty Street, btut only ihee doors
fromo Rain St.
0. Me MARTINI.
Embalming a opecialty. No. 200 Fourtb
Ave. Ambulance nigbt and day. R~es-
idence 302 Fifth Ave.
CALENDAR. Huarrey, McCreary, a1111Younig. Thle
six cwi11 debate Inext Saturda yinightl
Monday, Dec. 5.-Prof. J. M. B. to decide whbo will represent the
Sill on ''Korea'' in thte Uniity Clob society. Intihle Alphla Nu, Messrs.
Course. Olilingere IRheinfrankh, Kitely, Car-
Thnesan o..00,zi-bsneAP. 9)WVA 105(5)', -SATitrolO,-1A0 oe/La r- Ann5;1
Holiday Vocation begin ini all do. the two evenlings. Their filial sscietyM r ao s
partmienlts of tlicUlniversity. contest is also Saturday nighit. P t1
Friday, Dec. 9.-Athletic Ball in l
tile Waterman Gymtnas0i01. At a mneeting of the Wslian's 1hm
Pennsylvania Preliminaries. Cucl edrcnl nDtot nW M . Arnold Leading
in~teresting report wras mald~e by Miss ! ewle
The first prelimiinaries in the series Octavia WV. Bates, of that city, ofJeer
which leads to tihe chloice of tlhree the meetinlg of the International GET YOUJR
0100 to mleet Pentisylvanfia in debate Counicil. held last sumomer, to execu-
wvas held inl the Adelphli anid Alphla tive commoittee of which Miss Bates
Nue societies. Friday anid Satulrday sras a delegate. Slae is a gradluate of LVNPJHES
nights. The debates on the whlole the University ill the Literary anid AT
were not op to the standard of the Lasw Departmenlts. She obtainied the , U T E'
conltests usually held ini thloseaocie- degree of LL. M. after hiavinig cc- W .TUT LE
ties. There score, hlowever, some in l. ceived that of A. B. 338 So. State Strest.
dividusal exceptionso. Thte feature of In cousideration of thle relport
the debate all ill all awas the 90100 10 is ioade by Miss Bates on domestic re-
usoally fotnid illtile firot prelimninar- lations und(er the law, as the chair- OUR PHOTOS
ies each year, a failture to thoroughly 111311 of a commllittee of several
analyzole thesbjeOct and a general lackc womlenl lawryers, and her wcork as - ""ANRE . .
of preparationl. inlternlational delegate, she was so- PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
In tile Adelphil the following are lectedl to presenlt a paper at tile 1111- T H E
tdio six 11011choseni the two nighlts. quennial on behalf of the Amlerican
Messrs. HarrisVo, Watkins, Johnson, national cotuncil. Rerrim an flti Idi
l101cntschlcr, the "n~otographcr.
THE MAJORITY OF
HARVAORD AND YALE STUDENTS
Puritan Shoe Co., -
110 EAST HlURON ST., r:
Near Cook Hlowie.o ..
F. C. TAYLOR,
1 1 2 West Huron St.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
' The Nac s e Oaoranfee.
Official outfitters to all the
leadisng ccllege, school and
athsletic club team:s.
Spalding's Official Inter-
collegiate Foot Ball
Usedexciaoieelybiy Vle, Princetocn, Harvard
Per) sylesanise. Cornell asnd ail other leadise
esslegces ad unirersities. Masnageres sould
writelfor prices andsamoples before ordering
elsewhecrc. Spalding'sOffiialu Foot Ball Guide,
edited by Walter Camp. Records, photo
ezrapha (of leading teasms, 1408 roles, with in.
dcx aod explanlatory notes, Ioa.
A. G. 5FALDINs & BROS., New Ynrk, Chicago
Mume's [dllry AEollCy
At Newsi Stand, 607 E. William St,
Give me a trial. First clasn work and
F. J. SCHLEEDE,
1340 S. State St.,
Bindo Boohs for 25e, and upwards, and sells A. A
WatermanFnountain Fens for $1.50 and up.
All Lines Paper, 4 lbs, for 50c,
Fineat Stationery in the ity at lowest price
WE PATRONIZE GOODYEARWS DRUG STORE.