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October 28, 1899 - Image 3

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XIHE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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'PRTIY The Best Value in the City
~G ODSPE $ 13.50_119 SokAAIN~

MICHIGAN CENTRAL
",The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIMfE.
Takinag Effet OJane 25, 1899.
Detroit Nght Exprss...........5 55 A. Mt.
AtlanticEx.pre............. 7 48"
Grand Rapids Express .........11 10"
Mailand Expres ............. 347 P.
N Y. BostonSpecial ........... 5
FostiEa-tern............... 943"
Mail andEpes........... 940A. M
Bo tin,N.Y.and Cicago ...... 748"
Fa t if estern Express............. 3 ..
G. I. and Itl. Expres........ 545"
Chicao sNght Expreoss............943"
Pacific :Express..............12 30 A. a.
O. IT. OCILES. It.. IIlovo.s,
0. P. c T. A', Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor.
.0. D S7 1M S 3RT-T Z 15.ES;
TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, SundaIy, May 21, 18949.
Trains leave Ass Arbor by Cestra1 Stand-
cr4 rioe.
SOUT11 NORTH
*No. 0.- l:25 A. . No. I.- 9.00 A. 3M.
No. 2-il:'7IA. M. 'No. 5.-1.2:30 P. u.
No. 4.- 8:30 P. st. No. 3.- 4:,0 P. M.
t"X02.- 3:05 P. M. t" 101.- 9:05 A. 3.
t RunSunday only.
a*Run betweenl Ann Arbor ssd Toledo osly
All otber traiss doily oeept Susdsy.
E. S. GILMIORE, Agest.
W 17. RFNNETTO ,.PA
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
Case leave for Detroit and Ypsilanti
every half hour, beginning at 6:45 a. nm.
until 8:15 p. mn.; last oar for D~etroit
11:11) p.im. Waitisg rooa, corner An
ad Main sts.; Detroit, 11t1tiriswrold st.
SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFER
This $3.00
LaugbIiQ)
Fountain
Pen
G, Case Fller adlDirootione
I it doeosuitiy01
We Buy it Back(
r and offeryou $1.10oer iS
w If it suits, youhavesmadeoaprofit.
If It dosNOT, you havie made a
profIit.
Anysway youfigueoit, OUJARE
AHEAD.
Thio isthebesot pen e e resi is
yosrcbance:to testtit. FaNT hoAI.
aTYtlIA., atuPotOINTGOD s 0tsOly
onepensnt ta oneiadeoss o sa
7l("t-eaesot boliday prcset as
Got yosur scder i1 -a-ly-Order today. State
wheotbec lsdiea ae hk..:.O ciyla is desired.
A. s-4
Laughlin 1;infg. (Co.,
133 Griswold St., DETRIOIT. MI1CH.

lRcntscblcv, the lIbotogvapher.
YOU WILL WANT A
R~IBB3ONS

GET THEM AT
A.0IZONA0 TONIIT.
All tioe Chicago tritics hove agreed
that is "Arizonao"sohichswill be pit
sented a t the Athens teatie toight.
Augostus Tbomshais wratten a great-
or ploy "Aloaa, the play
xrbicl fhrst gained himl internationli
f',ise, As "Al altmitot s idistinctivelyI
as stage pieture of Southernnlito and
pteioleati "Arizona" is said to he asic
ra kobly truthful portariture of the
peopole sod cotumells of thso mostpic-
turesquelc :tiona if lispUnated Stales-
the giieai southwsest. In the coot of
"Arizona"thr e ae 4dozens of closer
pteopleansong them several wtho hive
hecomae pil tiiaa favrtso An
Arbioi theatre goers in oithe rrciopanies.
The advlsncesaeoef stoils snd hoses
for "A izosa" began yesterdaiy moirn-
ing.
Wild~er's dlug stole on Slate oh IA
hias a comledte file of The Doily in a
coinvesiest inde-. All thoe desiring
to oefer lt The Doily at coy tinme are
invisted toi make 000 of this file.
The oerieo of osoeomhlies at Grangers
Acadoemy sill continue through thc
winter Saturdlay eveninso5:30 to 51:10
o'clorcs. Mr and Mro. fGrongerswill give
he oisuaal Thanksgivisg night pacty
Novcember 30th.
Wo d4-,ao received from Champaign
loot night annsouncing the safe arrival
of the teamo. All the boys are in good
spirits, tlthough somtewohat tired from
the joarney, hut nevertheless will all toe
ready for today's conqueost.
TO THE FACULTY AND STCDENTS.
The undersig-nod sas taken possession
of the entire stock of Hotoks, Station-
a y, Hloliday Hoofs, Etc., of W. W.
Wetmore, Main street in trust, at the
request of the mortgages, to dispose of
at asy sacrifice to meet the obligations.
We hose all varieties of goods swhicho
you use daily and this swill be a rare
opportulnity to obtain them at remark-
shiy lowcfigureu. The stock most be
sold at once.
H. H. HIERST, Trustee.
Tu., Th, 5.-60

ilES F 5RYISIIN1DEPT.

Whist Scores.
Thr foll owring io the resolt of
f~ght's pity of thte AWhist Club:
NORTH ANDiSOUTHa.
Murrill stsd \Mrsltall ...........
Siiith oatsd itltidlshauni .......
Oversithsanid Beisel ........
Montgotmery sod Fisher .......

last
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!Alarm Clocks SI.,
U. of At1 PI u 50c Ito $10.00. Fine
WNatcha lRijaititi0 a Specialty.
J, L, CHAPMAN, JEWELER,
2060 Main Soutb,.
OUR PHOTOS~
...ARE..
PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
THE
Berryman Studio
1 12 West Huron St.
State Phsne u19.
B ICYC LES STORED
FOR THlE WINTER
Al the lootrte of
LEONE SHAW,-17 E. An j t
AT STABLER'SART STORE.
N f alMouldings and
N EfY Ou Frames
New "Alabaster Statuary,'
Beautiful in Finishannd Very
(Irtistic.
INDIAN HEAD PiICTURS
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO 00R WORK
STABLER'S ART STORE,
Now 91at0 Phose i7t. 231 7 Soustli 4tdbAse
MONEY LOANED
Os Watchos, D anions, Wheels orsoerPer-
onl Poperty.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED
Oflcesat osidence, 131 E. Liberty Si., AnnsAr
bsr, 1Mich. Alt busiessi o nfOOidenitial. Hous, S
to 11:30ti. i. andi ot:30anid 7tob9p.in.
.Joseph C. Watts.
Barfoisis Secondhdli.sPtholes ooid Diaosds.
READ THE DAILY.

Averlage...... . . .211
EAST AND WEST.
Iitavers sod Kelsey............j+ 101
Bleardsley intl Fleming........-1- 8
Kettoocand Prentiss..............+
Miller arid Keeler ...............-
Average.................... 242
'Tle study of msandolin is a recre-
atiton from tisis perpetual Grind of
Uitersity Nvttrlsanod I ism going down
toi the Mtusic Co. ansd get mle a Waldo
0114 gve it a lithle attentlion.
LOST.
C. GMc oalililditeirosloat the
vgym list. niginrIp100ati l onlfor leav-
ing foir 0 itslipaignlllost his porcketbooik
root~iiiiiig $3aantI stoinereceipois.tibt-
ertltresotrd is offer tlforitsar turn.
Students aae coadially Iisvited to in-
spect our complste lites of suits, over.
coals, men's furnishings aiad hats.

Wtidhaoa, IRyan - Reule, S. Main sLt.inre
Mr. Mhorgan Strong and Miss Maod Aa IJIUcisi
Bdond stere mnarried at St. Andrew'sWarnefo1Ya.
episropal rhurrcs Wednesday at HighWarnefo1Ya.
Noon. fho groon graduated wyith ltist Vc
rears law- class, and left wtith his bride W m +Af. Leading
foe Spolsaise, Waohington, immnediatrly W .Ai- 1 Vfl d!iu, l
tifter- the cremconly. iHe his arranged Jwl
to enter lawr practice thcre. TU1"TLE'SV
There still be a bssiness meeling for
he girls who ore members of theLU C uO "M
urday aftcrnoon at 1:00 oncs in Tap- Is at 338 S. State Street.
pain Hall Lecture room 1. It is inmport- ___________________
at Shot group leaders and all the girls ,M ,
be present on the girls wrill be assigned0 mMATN.
'tooups at this meeting.FU E A
ANNA DAL ET, Pros.FU E A
DIRECTOR
A complete line sf Adler Bros. fine Embalming a specialty. No. 209 S. 4th
suits at Wadhama, Rysn & Reule, 200- Ave. Ambulsnce ntght and day. Res-
202 S. Main sL. idence 302 Fifth Ave.

a r s ,

IPuritain Shoes WMN $3 .50
ARE LEADERS IN STYLE AND QUALITY 110 EZAST HURON

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Evey indENCH DIEEREFuaneral ridDirector {e lusast acnethtlf block westsFn
k O A L ~~. ~U oar. rsiWee. Enoch Dieterie, Lady Aeitast. atL0 law buildiag. All kintdsjjjFn
Boh hoesNoS.1 9W.Wahig-No 16 .Liberty Street. Reeidence 5138SShoe Shop E LambX ( LPhotos
nSeth ., n ror~ .a~fW. Fesrth Aye, Beth Phans1el29 . Lm ert

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