THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
The King of Shoes.
Spring Styles Now In. I
119 S. MAIN ST.
"'The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME
Taking Effect Aug. 14, 1898.
Mail and Express. . .. 47 .
N. Y. & Boston Special ....... 4 58
Fast Eastern .... . .... . 9 43 "
Atlantic Express ........... 45 A. E.
Detroit Night Express........ 5 55"
Grand Rapids Express ..........110"
Mail & Express.... ........ 8 40 A. M.
Boston, N. Y. & Chcago ..........51
Fast Western Express .... .1 38 P.M.
G. R. & Kal. Esoress..........5 45"
Chicago Night Express. 4..3
Pacific Express ......................12 20 A. M.
O. W. RUGG.ES, H. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Ag't, Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor
Taking Effect,Nov. 20, 1898.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand-
4:43 A.1sM. E:25A M
'12:40P. . 1:25 A. I.
4:56 P. M. s:40 P. M.
*Rnaetween Ann Arbor andToledo only
All trains daily except Sunday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent.
W. H. BENNETT. G. P. A.
DETROIT, YPSILANTI & ANN AR-
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, 1I1 Griswold street,
Trains 4 and 1-Continental Limited.
Magnificent new fast trains via the
Wabash, with free recliningchair cars;
Wagner sleeping cars, palace coaches,
and famous dining cars,
Going east this train leaves Detroit at
8:25 p. m,. arrives New York 3:30 p. m.
Going west, this train leaves Milan at
8:07 a. i., arrives Chicago 2:40 p. m., St.
Louis 6:52 p. m. Kansas City 7:15 a. m.
The Wabash in a good road. One
trial will convince you. If yon conten-
plate making a trip to New York, or to
California, or to any point in Missouri,
Kansas, Texas, or Colorado, and will
write to the undersigned, we will be
glad to give you any information.
F. A. PALME, A. G P. A., Chicago.
C. R. CRANE, G. P. & T. A., St. Louis, Mo.
R. S. GREENwOOD, M. P. A., Chicago.
Ohio Central Lines
THE DIRECT LINE TO
Bowling Green, Marietta,
Colitibus, Milleport, 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,7General Passenger Agt.
CORRECT AL RI I To send to the manufacturers when
you can obtain a genuine
IA IL E Mandolin or
We o esrate the finest tailorino trade in t city and v a8iu9rf Guitar
equal any in the State.
We respectfully solicit your valued patronage.
All garments made by us kept pressed and in repair for
106 E. Huron. New State Phone 43.
Friday, March 31-- Sophomore
Hop at Granger's.
Monday, April 3-Michigan vs.
Toledo League, at Regent's Field.
Monday, April 3-George Riddle
in S. L. A. course.
Tuesday, April 4-Tappan Hall,
4:15 p. m.-Dr. Paul Carus on
"Whence and Whither? a Discus-
sion of the Origin, Nature and Des-
tiny of the Human Soul."
Wedneoday, April 5-"A Night
Off by University Comedy Club at
Thursday, April 6-Faculty con-
cert at Frieze Hall.
Saturday, April 8-Sousa's Band
in University Hall.
Monday, April 10--U. of M. Min-
strels at the Athens Theatre.
Thursday, April 13- Cyrano de
Bergerac' by Mrs. Baker.
Friday, April 14-(Evening) Easter
Saturday, April 29-Junior Class
Mr. Frank Hampshire, A. B. '95,
has been spending the past few days
in Ann Arbor. He is at present the
principal of the Decatur High
School, at Decatur, Ill.
GRANGER'S ACADEMY.-Mrs. Ross
Granger invites the students to at.
tend an informal party, Tuesday
evening April 4, for the benefit of
the Coinpaiy A boys in Cuba.
Dancing from 8:30 to 1 o'clock.
Music by Chequamegon orchestra of
eight pieces. Tickets $1.
The largest and most complete
line of Spring Suitings and Pantings
in the city. Suits to order, $14 to
$40; Pants to order, $3.75 to $10;
Mackintoshes to order, $3 to $15.
Only to be found at GLEN, the
tailor, cor. State and Washington.
One feels like buying Mandolins
and Guitars whether he needs one or
not when he can obtain them at such
unheard of low prices of the Ann
Arbor Music Co.
Atth ight here in Ann Arbor,
SHAEBERLE MUSIC STORE
No. 114 W. Liberty St.
0, M, MARTIN,,,
Embalming a specialty. No. 209 S. 4th
Ave. Ambulance nightand day. Res-
idence 302 Fifth Ave.
Wm. Arnold Leading
The Only Full Line of
In the City, Just Received by
338 So. State Street.
. . . ARE ..,
PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
I 1 2 West Huron St.
State Phone 119,
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New York - Chiego.
Official outfitters Es all the leading cslleges
schools and athletic clubs of the country.
Tao Spaling Bicycle, ridden by the
Intercolleglate A. A. A. A. Chanspions. and
all the leading college riders. Every Requi-
site for Base Bali, Font Bali, Golf, Tennis.
Spalding's Official League Ball
Is the Official Ball of the National League
and all the leading college associations.
Htandsomse Catalogue of Ahletic Sports
Free to any address.
Spaldings Official Base Ball Guide for 1899,
Mlarch 30.10 Cents.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS., New York, Chicago
The Hocking Valley Ry.
Only Line Having Union Depots in
Bth Tnledo" and Cluans.
1NO TRANSFERS TO ANY POINT.
S Hour Trains -Between
Rates always the lowest and accom-
modations the best.
For particulars call on local agents, or
address L. W. LANDMAN,
Gen'l Trav. Agt., 67 Woodward ave.,
F, Rentcbler, the lbotograpbelx]
60 ARTISTS 60-STARS 60
Biggest Aggregation of Students Ever Gotten
Together on One Stage.
Funny Jokes, Funny Songs, Local Hits,
Marvelous Feats, Clever Dancing and Burlesque.
U. OF M. MINSTRELS!
Athens Theatre, Monday Even'g, April 10.
Parquet and 1st Row Dress Circle... ......................75c
Dress Circle ........ .........................lOc
G allery ................................ ............................... 3 5
Tickets on Sale Tuesday, April 4, at Hangsterfer's,
State Street, and Wahr's, Down Town.
BENEFIT-U. OF M. BAND-BENEFIT
WE PATRONIZE .GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE.