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June 01, 1899 - Image 3

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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EXCLUSIVE SHAPES,
PATEN LEAHERS CLOTH OR LEATHER TOPS,
PATEN LEAHERS$3, 3.50, 4.25, 5, $6.
SOLE AGENTS (HANAN SHOES.) OODSrEgD'S.
MIGHIGAN COiflRAL Its Time to begin to The Corner Candy Store, THE $5.0
"The iagaa Fals Rote." B""''Quesion. North of Quarry's Drug Store, ~N
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME Biy l u sin Tendes a kind invitation to all wishinj GRALPH A.P HON E iz
Taking Effect January 29, 1899. fresh goods at reasonale prices. Lunches
GOING EAST. You wilt Find all the Leders- at nl hours. Hot coffee and sandwiches That we sell now
Mal and Epress ...........3 47 p.m. atTA KSN SalPL Y
N. Y. & BosonaSpecial ....... 4 5 Colubia, Ramblers, W',PRE',355 TTE AKSN Sas LY
Fast Easern .......... 3 _W._S,__PARKER'S,__3)_5_S,__STATE. The ame as the hgher-priced Mlachnes,
Atlantic Express ........7 45 A. M. Stearns, Waverleys, and USES THE SAME REICORDS.
6 5GadetRotpNsExpress ..... 15 LR LOK,$.0
GrndRaIds ExpES. IIlS'Sterlihugs, AAMCOKS 10, THE SCHAEBERLE MUSIC STORE
Malt &Express .........8 4 A. M. Uand others at ents
Rstun. N. Y. & Chtagu ..5....91511 Fand PNShe0Centt. NO. 114 W. Liberty St.
Fast Western xpress ....... 1 38 P. M. Fine Wutch Repairing a Spcily,
G.R. & Ha. Epen.. 51 fra~o
ChIcagoNight Express........*09 33 " t M. i r r
PacifRc3EGGpess H.... .. H 2 AES, llow 's sto.reAMN.0 M M RIN,
O.acRI Enins. .V.11n IYSA. . 06 South Main StreetFU E A
G. P. & T. A't, Chcag. AgE n rbr___FUNERAL__________________________
DIRECTOR
+ W. G. Cleebroogh will be in the Ann Arbor R. R. Excursion Rates. Embalming a specialty. No. 209 S. 4th
Steward's office from 4 to 5 this af- Th Ann Arbo R. . will sell eocursion Ave. Amulance night and day. Re-
ternkets to rciesno ls tax. tiaesn follow a1 uefaren fr t~e round trip: idence 302 Fifth Ave.
Columbus, 0 ,Jne 2d, 3rd and 5th, return______________________
H. . Hurbt till be there to de.I imi June 1th accunal of meeting Americn
Medical Asociation. liu fllnI
liver invitations on Friday frotn 4 Clvelad, 0., Jun 25th and 1th, return lmet L 5 iiIII
TIETBEt .Juc 29th, Annual Csnvention Kightof St. 1IUU LUJ.
TIMETABE to5. __________ John.
Taking Effect, May 1, 1899. Cincinnati, ., June 27th Iso3th incluive, I . p n
Trains leave Ann Arbr by Central Stand. Athletic Bord Meeting. retarnnlmull July 5ti, Natinl Sacs gerfet. 1IJifihiIoll il
and Tine. Peskey, ich., June 19th, 20hu nd 21st. uU l
At the meetinsg of the Athletic reun limit Juoe 27th, . A. . Deprtment .Ubl~l
NORTH SOUTH Board last te o ieMihigan Annual Encapmen nd W. R. C.
04A.12AM.eveningth report onthe ertent Convention. yjj Leading
:43A.Al. 7:.5 . . St.LousMo. Jne 79tl and Wlltt, rtrnW m Anol
t 9:5 A M. 1l:2SA M Decoration day game was received, limit June 25th. enin and Grad Lodge meet. £~.e~ Jeweler
' 10:40 P. M. t8:05 P. A1 The total net receipts were about inn f Elbahe."
4:6 P. M.:4P. M. 'wsdvie ulo, N. Y., June 1th nd nth, retnTheen ny Full Line of
__________________$940, whlchllsdvie equally be. liri Junse 1th with priileg uf stesion to
'Ran between Ann Arbor and Toledu onlv tween Michigan and Wisconsin. Tile July 2nd, Nbes of the Mysic Shrine Irperil
;Ran between Toledu and Sowell on Sun o h Esenbaeal Concil. Jane 2nd'uoC3rdoretur
day only expensesofteEsrnbeal trip Lnning, Mich., JLowneysanChocolatesr
All other trains daily ecept Sunday. and the track team ti to the Inter- limit Jne 5th, Annual Field Meet Michgn
11S IMRE gn. wilb rpIterCollegiate Atheti Asscition In the City, Just Received by
W. H. ENNETT. G. P. A. collegiatewbe abot $400 apice-
W. ~~This will nore than empty the Prof. Trueblood wnt to Notre 'Z C~
THlE DETROIT, YPSILANTI & ANN treasury soil the associotionl will have Damne yesterday to act as judge ill the 338 So. State Street.
ARBOR RAILWAY. to borrow several hundred dollars. aual oratorical contest wich was -________________
Cars leave Ann Aror for Ypsilanti Sullivansysedy a h hum ehld last evening. OUR PHOTOS
and Detroit every half hour eginningyetrahdtetum
at 6:45 a. mn. U. of M. car leaves City of his lft hand hurt while practicinlg LOST-Black braided blue jacket. " . . A RE .
Hall, Detroit, every night after Theater. ad consequently will play ill the Returl to 910 Corwell Place and PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
Special cars for Baseball Games from field today. A hot liner strtck him receive resard. 8t
Court House Ann Arhor to Main En. nteedo h lubadslti
trance of Baseball Grounds, Detroit. o ieedo h hm idslti H
U. OF M. LINE. oen. ________ If you want a music roll you canl Berry anS udio
Baggage, express and Students' sup- To RENT-A suite a rooms for light buy itrf Ann Arbor Music Co. this r m n S
plies received and delivered. Waitingy
rooms, corner of Ann and Main streets, ho use keeping. Ladies preferred. 1month0 at 25 per cent. off. This 1i2Ws uo t
Ann Arbor, 111 Griswold street, Detroit. Roting season for the suiimeor means1 a great deal as leather goods II2Ws uo t
school. 808 . Huron street. are sold very close. Stats Phne 119.
CHCAGUO °0r ." . - A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
to e iuosNe Yrk - Chicag.
L orn e Official nouiters to all the leading colleges
UpjS ! W hel and athletic clbs of the contry.
TeSpalding Bicycle, ridden by the
Wabash Fast Trains make itporDn.so roe ____________________________________ Intercollegiate A. A. A. A. Chanplois, and
ysu to take breakfastian Ann Arinsoi, all tie leading college riders. Every eqa-
ner in S. Luisand Lunchons in aFirst- f site for Base all, Foot Ball, Gol, Tennis
Class Dining Caroinenrouste. Athetc, Gymnasim.
You leave Ann Arbor7:25 a. m; Ar- NO Spalding's Official League all
riye St. Louis, 6:25 p. m; Arrive Chicago Iu the Official all o the National Leage
ha0 p:111. in. Kansas City 7:15 a. i.; Oma- SHOES FO W M E and al the leading cllege associations.
ha 81 .m Handsome Catalogue of Athletic Sprts
Fot Time to Ogh-051y One igbt Ot. Free to any address.
TheConinntaLiitd,____A? Spadings Official ase al Gude for 18,
A superb fast train, magnificent service,- A. . SPALDIN & BROS.. New York, Chieag
between Detrit and St. Louis, Chicgo,
Niagara Falls, Buffalo, New York and E D I I l The Hocking Valley Ry.
Boston. Free Reclining Chair Cars on 1
All Trains.- You will go home fr vae-* Only Line aing Uine Depos in
ion soon-htter write to no for a new MtnTld n subs
folder of Wabash traina;
F. A. PALMER, A. G. P. A., Chicago. INO TRANSFERS TO ANT POINT.
C. R. CRANE, G. P. & T. A., St. Louis, Mo. FOR STYLE, COMFORT AND QUALITY.
R. S. GRiEcNWOOD, M. P. A., 3 Hour Trains Between 5
Chicago and Ann Arbor. AL' 5U- Above Cities.
A PA R I STY LES Rates always the lowest and accom-
Ohio Central lines $3 5 A PIR modations the et.
The Ann Arbor Branch has a Fine Line of Boots and Oxford Ties for For particulars call on local agents, or
THE DIRECT LINE TO Women now in Stock address L. W. LANDMAN,
Bowling Green, Marietta, Geni Tra. Agt., 67 Woodward ave.,
Findlay, Athens, 11 0 East Huron S., Near Cook House.- Detroit, Mih.
C olummbs, Middleport, and
Charleston, W. Va.r * CL BOYS!I STOP!I
Columbus trains use Lake Shore Union T h PV 1Iri4fl of)A Q of AT THE
Station at PToleo. g ' I"R (t
Through trains with Sleeping and IDR U E
Drawing Room cars from Detroit INCORPORATED.KI [R t T N
and Toledo. 0ETROIT "STOIE.°18 AND 20 GRATIOT AVENUIE. FOR A GAME OF POOL OR BILLIARDS.
MOULTON HOUK, General Fassenger Ag't' Huron St. East of P. and M. Bank.

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