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January 14, 1899 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1899-01-14

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

CHRISTMAS
SHOPPERS
WLL FIND) AT OUR
STORE TIlE LARGEST
AND CIIOIIEST STOCK
OF . . . . . . .
We also carry a very Copllete Line ol
Calendears,
Christnmas Cards,
Desk Sets,
Pocket Boos,
Card Cases, etc.
AT LOWEST PRICES
We would especially
call your attention to
our Books for children,
of which we have made
an unusually large
and careful assortment.
SHEEHAN
& co.
330 SOUTH
STATE STREET
$. L9.A.
Special Announcement
S. 1. A. Course.
1ll healths has compelled
Bishop Cheney to cancel his
engagement. The oard has
succeeded in oking the
fusmons entertainer
LELAND T. POWERS
as a substitute. He will
appearn UniiversitylHll
Mioniday eve';, Jats. 16.
The management has also had
the rare good forune to se-
cure that prince of platform
lecturers
HON. GEO. R. WENDLING
as an extra ,number on the
course. He will deliver his
justly celebrated lecture,
"Mirabeatt ande.! eFrench
Revolution,"
in University Hall Saturday
evening, Feb. 4. Rememer
there are still nine numbers.
" I14 A.

UI Il IIITI~f >l<o6 S. MAIN ST., and
VW WV.VV]VIf 342 S. STATE St., Cor. William St.,
CARRI ES
UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, Second-hand and New,
Note Books and Students' Supplies, of all kinds,
Fountain Pens and Miscellaneous Books,
AND OFFERS ALL AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
PROMPT SERVICE
NICE CARtRIAG.ES n ii~
lenve your Party and Calling Holmes. Livery
Orders at

TBLBaftiONE 106.

515 B. LIBBR~TY.

LA M PS STUDENTS.
we call attention to our complete line of (Center Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
ranging in price from 75c to $2.50 each. These Lamps are of the latest and
most improved patterns and makes. Inclnding "The New Ulocbester," "Trhe
Yale," "tThe Royal, ""'The Berlin Student Lamp, ""'tThe Ferfection Student
LampO f you want the best Lamp for the Least Money come and see us
Old Number: D A
44 S0. MAIN ST., DE N CO
ANN ARBOR. MICH. 0

"THE SUNSHINE OF PARADISE
ALLEY" AT THlE ATHENS.
After two seasons of victories through
New England and the Eastern circuits,
D~enman Thompson and (Ge'. W. Ryers
latest great success, "The Sunshine of
Paradise Alley," seeks new fields to
conquer, and will be at this house on
Tuesday, Jan. 17.
Messrs. Thompson and Ryer's play
has a pungent undercurrent of
human nature to keep it going through
four acts, and makes the audience think
a good deal better of "human nature"
before it in over. People go bomie with
a pleasant taste in their mouths, and it
in nice to find one's hair hasn't been
turned white with horror, and the
decalogue is not in smithereens.
LoST-Telescope, Leather Cor-
ners-Thiree Straps.
C. H. PEI TON,
80 503 East Jefferson St.
Regenit Parr anid Judge Goodrich
spoke to junior lmiws at close osf Priif.
Mechuem's lecture in Partnsershmips
yesterday. '[le former congratu-
lated the studeiits 111501 their flne
new buildinug and both mails good
speeches etc. Class gave 'Varsity
yell..
Pres. J. B. Aimgell will discuss (lie
question, "Itermationial Arhitra-
tion,'' at (lie Conmgeational Church,
Sumiday, Jani. 15, imimediately after
the mornings service, before (lie
Business Meii's class. No admittance
charge. Every stuidemit cordially in-
vited. __ __ __ 79
A colored man wantits a position in
fraternity house. IRefereiices fturii-
ishiei, 2 years in town. Address D.
C. care DAilmY. 78

A resoliution of (lie Board of Re-
gents ofith(le University of Michigan,
passed in April, 1845, read as fol-
lows: ''There shall he no military
parade, hand of professional nmtsi-
cians, illisumniaions or fire-works,
halls or parties for feastimng by the
stumdents, on the occasion of the coim
mnsceutent." The practice of hold.
ig a commenceenit dinnmer imne-
diately after the commiencemenit exer-
cises was beguni in 1807.
'Thle Webster Society was organized
in 1859._____ ___
Ann Arbor Railroad Connections.
Via the Ann Arbior Rialroad you
can connect for important points as
belowv.
Leave Ann Arbor.
7:25 a. s.... Arrive Sit. Loui'..652 p. a
7:25 a... ArriveBKnsscity ..... 7:i5a. a
7:25 a.!,n... Arrivei'ilimbus ....91p.m
7:23 a. tit.... Arrive Buff alo.. 7:10 p. n
7:25 a. In.... Arrive tici'inaiI. 'I 1..5;p
7:25 a.mr....ArrivelIndianaoslis .. :s~r
7:25 a.m..Arrive Louivilie. m .: 0p.to
17:25 a. m.... Arrivel.Fort Wa'ye.... 12:5noonm
11:25 at..Atirive tincinnati....7:0an.
11:25 a. in.... Arrive Cleveland....55 . in.
11:25i. m....Arrive waihingionm...l:op. m.
11 :?5a.in..Arriveltim~ore...2:05 it.i.
11:2; a. tn... Arrii'e Pl'iadephia.. .4:5 p. n
11:25 a. vII... Arrive tI'lui,:bno...85 .m
1:2i a. n.... Arriv'e Dayton ....610 p. it).
8:9 p.mn....Arrive Cincinnati... h:0 . m
8:41) p. m.... Arrive (Columbusi..o..6:50 it. eni.
8:40 p. m....ArriveNiaigara Pails, 56:15a. m.
r:i0 p. Tit... Arrive Buaffao. ...740 a.imn.
8:43 .in.... Arriv'e Lansing...10:50' a. ti.
8:4:1ia. Im.... A rrive Gran~diRapidu .12: 5 soon
4:56 p ui....Ariise5::i,,us...8:00 p. itn.
4:56 p.m...ues'in'e Kay City...5:31 p. Iii.
4:5p.ei.... Arive Lasig ...7:50p. I1I
4:56 p.vIn.... Arrive Girino Ratpids...95 p ~. m:.
4:56 u. in:.... Arrive Flint......7:30 pm.
WANTEDO-Every seeisto y tho latest an
eiosi intsivnig tuae evr invem~ned.liaee
Baill a iine~." I1is inplaidlby itw: persns
nrsiiits ind ermrore ii esainmesany g.oao
ilaynei on t ieOldi. Sentiprepidmto anyondureont
on receipt ofl]sc.
B1ASH: nALL AT 100Mg Co.,
5115, 50'9, Chasmiber ofnomorce.
Dtivroit Much.

JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
PTAILOR,
Makes a pecalty of
Fine Black. Suits,
A Wrkmanip.
"214 East WahngtonaSt., near 5th A.
W.'. J. Bouxn, 1sVPaiepo S R
w.V.ASnxae, lvd Viepre IVIG
JenetC. WALZ, Aat. Cahier SICVINf
BRINK
Transacts a general
Banking lBusiness.
FIRST NATIONAL BAN K orAnn Arharf1
Capial, 100r0. 5irpuseanestPrias, ',440a
reran a geeral hakig busines: FoeIgn
enehange bought and rad.PFurnih ettesar
necedit.
E. D. SINNE, Pen. nAnauSON SOUL
S. W. CLARKSON, Cahie.
. ; rnra&lerh~lrirMn
Cr. Mdain and Huron Pirees.
Capital, 15,00. Surplus, 130,000. Tanata
generabanknmgbuiness.
, Kaxpr, Pes. C. E.GREENE, Ve-Pre.
Fne. H. BaSsos. Cashier.
The lAnl RMOr SaiojS Bank
Capital Stock. s50,00. Snplus, $15,000.
Resosurces, $110000.
Organized unader she General Banking Lawn
of iihis Siase.Beceive dopai, bysa anle
exchange en tie pieilcit iseofathe Sied
Sats. Drft ealieueioe seaer idenlilicain
Safety depant iboxe to ren.
OIErlnnChisian MaePes.W..Harri
ma, Vice-Prs.; Chs.E. ibtoc, Caser; M.
J.eFitisanttaCasie.
LAMB & SPENCER,
THE..
Fancy Grocers
We keep everything usually kept in Pa
first-class Grocery and Bakery. Cal
and see us.
318 S. STATE ST.
YOU'RE NEXT
U. of M.1.Barber Siop
aBa utlailRooms.
J. a. TuoAsOWan, Prop. 322 S. Pate St
RAZOR HONING
IS A SCIENCE .. .
WetGuarantee Oner'Work.
WARREN THE BARBER.
THE MODEL of Stte Street
BARBE SHOP is DuNra &LY'
BAR ER HOP If ys'um desire
firt-clas work and courteous treatment
try George and ilarey at 332 S. Stats St.
ENOCH DIETERLE, I-nafr ralannr andr
Calls atenditd ay or Night.
No. 101 . Liberty Steet. eidece 6Sn P
fil

LookWhen you receiv'e
Lo kfor the lM ark!l a gift sec that the
name 1"ilnile" s
on the article or_ on the box. T1his is a guarantee tiuat it is
good. Souvenir Holiday Gifts ! The largest liune in Wash.
tenaw Counity of gifts desir-able for ladies and gentleten.
Examine our Stock.
~-~iI8w58J

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