THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
HANAN SHOES for Men G OODSPEED'S
_LEAGE __T_JENNES MILLER $3.50 SHOES for Women .19 South Main Street.
OI-ITCAN GEC ' Buy Your Furnishings of
"The Niagara Falls Route."
Taking Eheet June 275, 1899. M f i & G O
Detroit Night Express................5 55 A. X.
Atlantic Express.............' eaer i4FneS
Grand Rapids Express. Leaders in Fine Sweaters, Shirtinga, Gloces, Etc. Be Sure and Call
Mail and nxpress.... P . Beore Buing Elsehere.
N. Y. & Boston Special ....... 4 53 eoeByngEswee
Fast Eastern .... . .... . .9 43 '
GOING WEST.AM K&GO
Mail &Express. .".. - -9"A"94 M iiN ST R E.ET K LIBERTY ST
Boston. N. Y. & Chicago......7 40
Fast Western Express......1 3s P.5M.
G. Rt. & Kai. Express ...P....5 45 1
Chicago Night Express -CAMPUS NOTES. Mr. Colman D. Frank, Instructor
Pacific Express .......... .12 30 A. M. - in French in the Engineering depart-
0. W. RUGGLES H. W. HAY ES,
G0. P. & T. Ag't. Chicago. Ag't An Arbor Emanuel Anderson, '99, E g, is ment, has resigned his position to ac-
employed in an engineer's office is cept a more lucrative one as Profes-
Chicao. g esor of French in the St. Louis
Chraik Trott, '99, Mech. Eng., s Missouri High and Normal School.
with Fairbanks, Morse & Co., Beloit, Art Smith, '97, now in Detroit
Wisconsin. niade a flying visit to Ann Arbor
SST m2.IH2RIT -rIES; Eighteen hundred and fifty-one yesterday.
TIME TABLE persons received treatment at the The young peoples' societies of the
Taking Effect,.Sunday, Mayt21, 1899. University hospital during the past various churches of the city hold
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand- year. ' at homes,'' each at their own
ard Tinse. Detroit has at last given up trying church parlors, on Tuesday evenin
SOUTH NORTH to remove the Homoeopathic college where the new comers are invited to
'. -. -2A . . tothat city, and has founded a col- come in and spend whatever time
No. 1.-1i: 17A. M. 'o .
No. 4.- 8:30 P. 5M. No. a-4:56P.aM leg of its own. they may have to spare in an inform.
S - s1. 5P. M. t is1.-9 Prof. Scelaeberle, of the astroniom- al social for the purpose of getting
tRuns Sunday only. ical department, is now in Greece on acquainted.
'StunhetweenAn Arbor and Toledo only leave of absence. He will return
Ali other trains daily except Sunday. Tefloignwapitet
E. S. GILMORE, Agent. next spring by way of India, China Tere fodo in e mpdintenr
W H. BEN NETT. G. P. A. and Japan.. were made in the medical depart.
= TT , ment during the past summer: Rob
Alarm Clocks S.
U. of M. Pins 50c to $10.00. Fine
Watch Repairing a Specialty.
J, L CHAPMAN, JEWELER,
206 Stain South.
READ THE DAILY.
PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
1 1 2 West Huron St.
State Phone 119.
FOR THE WINTER
At the low rate of
25 cents per month
LEON SHAW, - 117 E. Ann St.
AT STABLER'S ART STORE,
1,200 subjects to select from at One Cent Each.
For sae only at this store.
ARTISTIC FRAMING A SPECIALTY.
STABLER'S ART STORE,
New State Phone 173. 217 South 4th Ave,
'lrm Cloc ,
Warranted for 1 Year.
Wm. Arnold, .ge ee
On Watches,D iamos,.Wheels or other Per-
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED
Office at residence, 33t E. Liberty St., Ann Ar-
or, Mich. All usinss coanfdential. Hours,a
to 11:30 a. mu. and 110o 3:30 and 7 to lip. so
Joseph C. Waits.
Is at 338 S. State Street.
Detroit, Ypsilanti ai)d Ann Arbor
Cars leave for Detroit and Ypsilanti
every half hour, beginning at 6:45 a. m.
until 8:15 p. m.; last car for Detroit
11:10 p. m. Waiting room corner Ann
and Main sts.; Detroit 111 Griswold st.
DEAN SEABOLT, Lessee and Mngr.
MONDAY SEPT. 25,
TRUE S. JAMES in
"A ROYAL PRISONER"
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27
PORTER J. WHITE in
SATURBAY, SEPT. 30
"THE FINISH OF MR. FRESH"
Mr. Howard Ayers, who has re- ert Bourland, instructor iiianatomy;
cently been called to the presidency Willard H. Hutchins, assistant in
of the University of Cincinnati, surgery; John J. Mersen, assistant
came to Ann Arbor in 1879, leaving in obstetrics; Benj. F. Bailey, in-
three years later. He returned to structor in electro-therapeutics; Ar-
act as instructor in Zoology in 1885-6. thur E. Gale, assistant in internal
Since then he has held positions as medicine; Edward A. Willis, Au-
director of the laboratory at the Uni- gustus Holm, H. A. Doolittle and
versity of Wisconsin and later as Gertrude Felker, assistant demon-
Professor of Zoology at the Univer- strators in anatomy; Conrad Georg,
sity of the State of Missouri. house surgeon; Andrew L. Swinton,
Mr. Archibald Campbell, of the house physician; Grace Ellsworth,
department of analytical chemistry, directress of the training school for
has left the University to accept a nurses; Roy B. Canfield, assistant in
position in Cincinnati. ophthalmology; O. A. Griffin, dem-
A. M. Rae, '98 1, has recently onstrator of ophthalmology and otol-
been appointed to a position in the ogy; Dr. Baker, of the State Board
legal department of the Flint & of Health, Dr. Edwards, of the Kal-
Pere Marquette Railway Co., with amazoo asylum, Dr. Munson, of the
general offices at Saginaw. Traverse City asylum, Dr. Christian,
Dr. J. S. Johnson who has been of the Pontiac asylum and Dr. C. B.
demonstrator of opthalmology and Burr, of the Flint asylum, were re-
otology in the medical department appointed special lecturers on insan.
the last three years, has left for St. ity, and Dr. Theophile Klingman,
Paul, Minn., to engage in the prac.. pathologist of the state asylums at
tice of his specialties. Ann Arbor.
PURITAN SHOES ALL STYLES ALL SIZES, $35
110 EAST HURON ST.
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