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November 19, 1891 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

of '? cam. iNcitL.
Published Daily (undays excepted) during
the College tear, by
THE U,OF M INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Subscription price $2.50 per year, invariably
in advance single copies 3 cents. On sale at
Steenan a and Post Office news stand at 12
o'clock, noon. Subscriptions may be left at
the oftice of the DAILY, Opera House block, at
Sheehan's, 'at Stofflet's, or with any of the
editors.
Communications should reach the office by
7 o'clock P. M, if they are to appear the next
day. Address all matter intended for publica-
tion to the Managing Editor. All business
communications should be sent to the Busi-
ness Manager.
THE U. of M. DAILY,
Ann Arbor, ickh.
EDITORS.
RALPH STONE, '92, Managing Editor.
S. W. CURTIss, '2, Assist. Managing Editor.
G. L. CHAPMAN, '92, Assist. Maaging Editor.
J. C. TRAvIs, '02, Business Manager.
F. E. JANETTE, '9, Assist.Business Manager.
C. W. RICKETTs, '94, Assist. Business Mangr.
H. D. JEwEL,. P. G. W.H.DELLENAcK,'92
F. D. GREEN, '2. F. C. RUGGLEs, '2.
W. P. PARKER, '5. J. R. ARNEILL,'93.
G. 11. Dygert '93. I C. F. WELLER, '94.
W. E. McENcROE, '93. I CHAs. BAIRD, '5.
TNR:AROUS PUBIHiNG a0UI.
CosINotERABLE has been said upon
the subject of opening the library on
Sunday, but the authorities have not
chosen to notice it, probably for
this reason, which we consider a
good one. The proposed scheme of
opening public libraries and galleries
in the great cities has no doubt
prompted many to present the same
question to our university. But the
fact that the opening of such places
on the Sabbath is urged expressly
with reference to certain classes,
which from necessity are deprived of
their enjoyment during the week,
throws the question into an entirely
different field of consideration. In
the cities the question is advocated
partially as a health measure, on
the supposition that one day out of
every seven should be devoted to
recreation, in order to maintain a
proper state of health; partially as
a means of educating the masses,
who would otherwise be deprived of
the opportunity; and partially as a
means of preserving order, for if the
masses should be deprived of this
innocent and profitable diversion
they would probably engage in other
pastimes less profitable and, in most
cases, positively harmful. Here in
Ann Arbor, so far as the student
body is concerned, these conditions
do not apply.' Not only would an
open library on Sunday be a need-
less violation of the sanctity of the
Sabbath, but it would encourage
studets; in agre$tSey or less degree,
to endanger their health by contin-
ued mental applicatjgts,
Madison won. frorfi Lake Forest
Saturday by the close score of 6-4.

Geoogcat Splety.
This evening at te meeting of
thg Geological Society Mr. .herzer
will discuss the subject: "'Three
Men in a Boat, to Say Nothing
of the Dog." This lecture is a
continuation of one delivered Nov.
5. In his pleasing way Mr. Sherzer
develops the wonderful geology of
the Nortbern Peninsula in a manner
instructive and interesting to all.
Mr. Byrd will presenta biographical
paper. All are cordially invited.
Grand Opera House.
Lincolt J. Carter's superb scenic
produtiot, the "Fast Mail," which
will be ptesented at the Opera House
next Friday evening, by an excellent
company, is one of the most successful
plays put upon the stage it recent
years. The story is thrilling and jus-
tice is done the startling and realistic
scenes by a perfection of mechanical
effects. Among other reproductions is
a representation of an engine room on
a Mississipis river steamboat, with the
furnaces under the boilers fired up; a
train of eSs shoots across the stage it
one scen, and in another there is a
vivid, beautiful and awe-inspiring rep-
reseItation of Niagara Falls by moon-
light, with the singing waters and
graceful mist that arises about and
above it. The company is said to be
excellent throughout.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
INotices inserted in this column at the rate
of 10 cents per line. Special rates for longer
time, and extra lines furnished by applying at
the DAIsY office.
LosT- Tuesday evening, between
Main Hall and 21 S. State st., a pair of
gold-rimmed eye-glasses. Return to 21
S. State.
Hot and cold baths 10 cents, at Post
Office Barber Shop.
Full line new style collars, 4 ply, 15c
or 2 for 25. Mack & Schmid.
None of the patrons of our Opera
houseneed think it necessary to go to
Detroit to see Madam Ithe tis sea-
son. She will play here in March next
without fail.
Ladies' Mackintoshes in beautiful
varieties, just received at Mack &
Schiid's.
$1.95-800 silk umbrellas worth $3.50
to $4.50, marked $1.95 at Mack &
Schmid's.
Ladies of the U. of M. will find it
greatlyto their advantage to call on us
when in need of Cloaks, Dress Goods
or Fancy Dry Goods. Mack & Schmid.
.U. of M. Buttons, 50 cents each, and
with class year, 75 cents each. We are
the. only makers of the three-eighth
inch button, with correct colors and
polished enamel. They don't fade or
soil, and last forever. Sent postpaid
upon receipt of price. Students are
invited to visit us when in town.
Roehm & Sons, Jewelers, Grand Circus
Park, 271 Woodward ave., Detroit.
A new line of Neckwear just received
and no better styles will be found in
town. You will say they are one-half
the price you pay for them elsewhere.
Mack & Schmid.
Don't forget we keep sweaters, best
quality, $3.50 to $4.25. Mack & Schmid.
Do you.need a new Suit or Overcoat?
If so, see the line of samples of the
Golden Eagle Clothing Co., Detroit,
Tuesday, Nov. 16th. Thisi firm have
made hundred's of sita for stdents
last year (to whom they refer). In
every ase they guarantee.perfect-sat-
isfaction in point'of style, cut make
and trimmings, and will; save you at
least $10 on suit or overcoat. Leave
your address at Goodyear and St.
James', Main street, and'MF. Rosen-
garten will call on you atyour conven-
aence.-

+HIHaN' & ., stafe St.,
have received for the opening of college 20,000 Books, new and second
hand of all kinds, Greek, Latin, French, German, Law and Medical Books,
which they will sell at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Mathematical Instruments and Laboratory supplies. See our Note Books
for 1891-2
- - -
Is the LEADING SCHOOL oftD BUSINtES.
r our departments-Commercial, No text-ook
eremanuserpt work-&ngish Shorthand and
-- Penmanshsp. Elegant buiding, tot eat-
- - --=tenaneeeiecient inestcto sk thor-
ough, living expenses extremely low, $2.25 to
$2250 pee weeck; students assisted Is positions.
For catalogue, address P. R. CLEARY, President.
MIGH I6AN GENTA
JAS. M. STAFFORD, " The Niagara Falls Route."
TIME TABLE (REVISED) JUNE, 28, 1891.
J. M. STAFFORD CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
FNThe Leader EASTWARD.
in Fasiiots it sTATIONs Mail Day Ss re N Y Ni't Atl. Kal
Exp Lim Exp Ex. Exp Aec.
(r Merchant Tail- ' a. A-.a.. P. .M. n r. ..A
o r n . i ioltCh i c a g o , L v . 7 s0 5 9 12 52 , 0 9 2 5 10 10 4 5 5
o r 1 n g F in e Jacson........ :255 4 25 5 0 8 47k 4 4Q 6 15 8 50
39e1ea..1. 711 94
Paster...... 4141........ a 4'725i 955
line of Piece Delhi Mills... 4301.... . 7 3
ANI ABOs.. 4 42 5 25 6 22 9 45 6 01 74510 19
YTpDGoods tselect Ysoanti.... 5 s50 ... . 956 2 07 101"
to WayneJu5c 3271.........647 8 351051?
froni. Call for Detroit, A .r 017 1;45 72201i41711! o01125
IA. 0,.1SA.M A s. P .[P.u 19 .M
a ine fittisngBuffalo......... 810 4 00 7151 3 15 60 .-
s-'-- . - WESTWARD.
st.Chi. N'th
19 S. MAIN ST., NO.1 STATIONs. Detr C i. Lim Eve. shre Pec Mail
Exp ep Exp Exp. Lim Ex Ace.
. . . M.. M .Ar. .PM. .
ANN ARBOR, *MICH. S.Mi *Stee-Buffalo,........] 120( 6 30 9 45' 340 12 50 6 CO
- A. M. A.M. P. M. P. M. P. M. P,M. P. V.
Detroit, Lv... 820 71'; 120 745 9 25 9 15 4 45
itWayneJunc 90..5...825 ..5 954 5319
} !^""'Ypsilanti....I9228 10 20458047 . t..t0155441
ANNltAl9O.. 15823 21 9is181lO s it
Delhi Mills.. 943 .......9 15. .
1k ie' Jed Dexter... 1 .. 5 .-....Cesa. .1 0 .. 9 39.......6 8
Jackson..... 11 00 9 25 3 14 10 25 11 15 11 45 6 55
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS thicago. Ar, 755 355 9110 4 508 05 111
-AT- tDaily. *Sunday excepted.

F. 0.INE-W5 STAND
. -FOR--
Newspapers, Magazines, Periodicals, Fine
Confections, Cigars and Tobacco.
PHOTOGRAPHER
NO. 12 W. HURON ST.
GrMAD EOELg .,OUSE
Friday Evening, Nov. 20, '91

0. WF. RUGeGLES, H. W. HA YES,
G. P. & T. A. Chicago. Ag'tAnn Arbor
Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
Michigan Railway.
Time Table going into effect September 13,1891.
Arrival of trains at Ann Arbor.
GOING NORTH.
No. 2. Through Mail and Express... 7 40 a. m.
No. 4. Ann Arbor & Toledo Accom..11 50a. m.
No, 6. Clare Passenger.............. 505 p. m.
GOING SOUTH.
No 1. Clare and Toledo Accom......1 30 a. m.
No. 3. Through Mail,...........11 20 p.m.
No. 5. Ann Arbor & Toledo Accom.. 7 20 a.m.
Trais 4and 5 run between Ann Arbor and
Teledo onlty.
Central Standard Time.
All Trains Daily except sunday.
W. H. BENNETT, R. S. GREENWOOD,
Gen. Pass. Agent. Local Agent.
-A--/V1 -

Lilecolse
JT.
Crerfcy's
Grand
Scenic
Produetion;
The
Fast
xaiL

10 Sets of Special Scenery.
Flight of the Fast Mail. Nia-
gara Falls by Moonlight with
boiling mist. Practical work-
ing Engine and 14 Freight
Cars with illuminated Ca-
b'oose. The Dogo Dive. Real-
istic Siver Scene and Steam-
boat Explosion. The Police
Patrol and 100 other start-
.lBg freets.

Prihes, - 35* 5O.agd.75 Cts.
Seats .on6elatPIO, Newsstao,

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