THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
Dress Patent Leathers,
Six Dollar Values *
(SALE FEB. 1 TO FEB. 10.)
19S. MAIN ST.
MIG1IG6fN i GENTRIL
" The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME
Taking Effect Aug. 14, 1898.
GOING EAST. P
Mfail and Express ........... 7P. M. f
N . & Boston Special .........45
Fast Eastern ....9 43
Atlantic Express.... 7 45 A. .
Detroit Night Express....... 5 55"
Grand Rapids Express. 11 1
Mail & Express................ 9 15 A. M.
Boston. N. Y. & Chicago.0.......813
Fast Wester Express. 1 ...... 3P
G. R. & Eal. Express.................. 5 45 "
Chicago Night Express.............9 43 4
Pacific Express .......................12 30MA. M.
0. W. RUGGLES, H. W. HAYES, -
G. P. & T. Ag't, Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor
TIME TABLE 11
Taking Effect, Nov. 20, 1898.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand-
NORTH SOUTH J
8S:3A. . E7:5 A. M.
" 12:0 P. M. 11:25 A M
1:56 P. M. s:40 P. M.
'Pln hetsveen Ann Arbor and Toledo only.y
All trains daily ecept Sunday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent.C
W. H. BENNETT, G. P. A.
DETROIT, YPSILANTI & ANN AR-
BOR RAILWAY. 1
Cars leave Ann Arbor for Ypsilanti
and Detroit every half hour beginning
at 7:15 a. m. U. of M. car leaves City
Hall, Detroit, every night after Theater.
Special U. of M. cars for all extra occa-
sions. Baggage, express and Students'
supplies received and delivered. Wait-
ing rooms, corner of Ann and Main
streets, Ann Arbor, 111 Griswold street,
The Wabash "Continental Limited"
Saves you time and money. Going home
for Christmas? Look here, then. You
leave Ann Arbor at 7:25 a. .and reach
Peru 12:05 noon, Logansport 12:26 p.
in., LaFayette 1:19 p. m., Danville 2:34
p. m., Decatur 4 p. m., Taylorville 4:40
p. m., St. Louis 6:52 p. in., Chicago 2:40
p. in., Indianapolis 3 p. m., Louisville
7 p. m.
Close connections at these stations for
all points in Indiana, Illinois and Mis-
souri. The Continental Limited is the
fast, luxurious train of the WabashI
Line and passes Milan going West at
A:07 a. m. Consult the ticketragentof
the Ann Arbor Railroad for rates and
ask him for a Wabash folder.
R. S. GEsNWOO, M. P. A.
Ohio Central Lines
THE DIRECT LINE TO
Bowling Green, Marietta,
Columbus, Middleport, and
Charleston, W. Va.
Columbus trains use Lake Shore Union
Station at Toledo.
Through trains with Sleeping and
Drawing Room cars from Detroit
MOULTON HOUK, General Passenger Agt.
ometh Ing New! FIRST-CLASS BOARD Gentleen,
$2.50 per week.
PAPE523T , E.WashingtonSt.-3 doors West EfMeth.
- V STS, odiel Chuech. thile gising us a trial we will
make you the regular meal rate-12Xc'
Plain and cloth covered, at all prices pJ. S. BRASBIE, W. S. PARKER,
rom 50c to $2.00 at Prop, Steward.
9 ALARM CLOCKS, $1.00.
~ Pi~ ii 8t06 U. OF M. PINS, 50 Cents.
iJuaia V * Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty,
Good things to wear when you go J. L. CHAPMAN,
kating. 206S oute Main Street.
CALENDAR. The Chequamegons furnished the
Monday, Jan. 30-Rev. Florence music.
Kollock Crooker in the Unity Club At the meeting of the Alpha No
courseon01 "Tho Ministry of the
BOautif to the Ms ry." Society Saturday evening the follow-
ing officers were elected: President,
Tuesday, Jan. 31-Eugene V. Debs A. A. Wistrand; vice-president, J.
in Good Government Lecture Course. W. Reynolds; secretary, Welcome
Wells; treasurer, R. H. Kitely;
The Beta Theta Pi German. critic, M. H. Carmody; Sybil editor,
The German given by the Beta G. F. Paul; assistant editor, F. Diehl.
Theta Pi fraternity Friday evening The general library of the Uni-
vas one of the prettiest parties ever versity possesses a copy of the first
held il Granger's hall. The arrange- iOnewspaper printed in this state. It
ments even to the slightest details is Vol. I, No. 1, of the Michigan
were so excellently made and carried Essay or the Impartial Observer, and
out that a complete success of the is dated Detroit, Thursday, August
German was assured. Palms in great 31, 1809. Its own advertisement
abundance decorated the hall, and says it will be printed every Thurs-
the booth for the chaperones was a day and "handed to city subscribers"
very attractive part of the hall with for $5 a year.
its draperies of pink and blue. Mes-
dames J. E. Beal, Lee and Schurz The Ann Arbor Music Co. just
were chaperones, and Mr. and Mrs. purchased a bankrupt stock of banjos
Tilton led the German. Five mem- with which is some of the famous
bers of the fraternity from Chicago Waldos which they offer at about
were the guests from out of town. wholesale price.
"HAVE YOU SEEN
The~ New Bruno MandUoins
OF 12 STRINGS ? "
They are for sale at the
SHAEBERLE MUSIC STORE
Down on Libertylstrect, but only three doors
from Main St.
O. M. MARTIN.
Embalming a specialty. No. 200 Fourth
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Res-
idence 302 Fifth Ave.
Wm. Arnold, "ading
W. W. TUTTL E'S
338 So. State Street.
.3 A R E . . ;
PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
Berryman Stud io
112 West Huron St.
State Phone 119,1
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New York - Chicago.
Official outfitters to all the leading colleges
schools and athletic clubs of the country.
The Spalding Bicycle, ridden by the
Istercsllegiate A. A. A. A. Champions, and
all the leadint college riders. EveryRequi
site for Base Ball, Foot Ball, Golf, Tennis,
Spalding's Official League Ball
Is the Official Ball of the National League
and all the leading college associations.
Handsome Catalogue ofAthletic Sports
Free tonyaddress. AtlicSos
Spalding's Official Base Ball Guide for 1899,
A. G. SPALDING & BROS., New York, Chicago
THE BUCKEYE ROUTE.
COLUMBUS, HOCKING VALLEY
AND TOLEDO RAILWAY,
Is the only linefrom the Toledo Unin Staso
to lColumbus and points heyosdasing Union
Depot terminals at Columbus.
Parlor Cars an Day Trains, Seals 21 tIs.
Pullman Sleepers en NIghI Trains
Students desiring unequalled facilities are is
lasasonapplinaion tolEal ticket agents,ar
W. H. FISHER, Q. P.andT . A
'.Rentschler, the jbotogrwapher.
The Puritag8 hoe
(IINCO RPOR A TE D)
URITf1N FOR MEN
The Most "Up-to-date"
Ann Arbor Store:
no EAST HURON STREET.
WE PATRONLZE GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE.