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November 14, 1899 - Image 3

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XIlE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY. 3
Im2 MIN AND WOMEN
THlE BEST EVER SHOWN rtOR THE MONEY 19Suhmi t
119SFOut'anS. i

MICHIGAN CENTRAL I r

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CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.L
Taking Effect Junee 25, 1899.
Detrit iNight Expres ........ 555 A, ..
AtlanticExrs.:74"
GandRapid" 'xpess..1.....)t10 " N
Mai adkpsm ............ 3ar. a. E
N Y. 1Istos Specil.......... 44 5 " 0 F.
Fast Earlotern . .. " u sme3f
Mail and Expres,.............0401A.. .
Beton N. Y. and Chicago. ..7 48 "i And every thing
FatA extern xspress..........51 38rPx
G.I.adK i.E pee.........545 "
ChicaoNight Exss :'........... 4 in the way of
Pacific Express ...............1 0.x
0. W. RUGGLE'S, H. W. RovES,
G.P. &T.Ag't, Chicago. AgtAnnsArbor. ig.a
I Brolke up the Faculttg Meeting.
ANASW 13 MSS=IH zARms;- Great preparations wore made for the
TIME TABLE celebration last night of the teaim's
Taking Effect, Sunday, Stay 21, 1899. show ing in the east. The town had
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand- been searched for barrels and boxes
and Tie.
and all the firewcorks that could be prs-
Ss.lTHj NORITH cored were provided. The hand was
eNs. ii.-.T:25 A. sM. No. .- 0.80 A. 5.
Ns. 2.-1l: ? A. M. *Ns. .-lo:3se. M. out and shortly after the appointed
No. 4.- 8000 ai.s. 4. . .- 5 P. M im t apaPneamn he
t 02.-8.55P.sM. f5 1.-s 9:0j5 A M. iisapernc mn teso
_________________________ dents0m asembled on the campus soume
t Run Suday only. 1ftelen husdred in number. While the
*ltos between Ann Arbor and Toledo unly
All sthier trainn daily except Sunday. bond played and the bonfire burned the
E. S. GILMORE, Agent, mob of howling students circled in a
[v 1. BENNTETT. Ci. P. A
great circle about the musicians. Fire-
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Annw Ar- works were shot off and speeches from
bor Railway, members of the team called. for, hut
Carn leave fur Detroit ad Ypsilanti already "Fits" had the men at rest to
every half hour, beginning at 6:45 s. im. recuperate from the wearing rffecto of
until 8:15 p. m.; laet car for Detroit the lonig journey.
11:10 p. m. Waiting room, colrner Ann
anedMain nt.:'Dtroit.111 Gisol at. Anxious to hear from some one the

gelse you want
men's Furnish-
MOCK. & GO.
Unquestionably the play of the yea-
is Hall Caine's dramatization of his
famous novel "The Christian," vhich
Ann Arhor will have an opportunity of
viewcing for the first time on Friday,
Nov. 17. when it comes to the Athens
'Theatre for a brief stay of one evening.
It is (luite safe to predict the same
nubstantial success for it here that han
greeted the play all along the line. De-
ti olt was its frost stand in Michigan
where it recently closed a phenomenal
woek's businens.
The same management will present
"Tiho Christian" here with identically
the same complete elaborations wvhich
characterized its run of 175 nights in
New York and 110 nights in Boston.
That charming actress and lovable
woman Effe le iler will be seen an
"Glory Quayle," in which she is accre-
dited with the chief success of her
Seats on sale at usual places.
We save you $ $ $
Suit pressing. 35c.
P~ant pressing. 10c.
Ovar Skisner's book ntore, corner
State and Liberty.
,uits to order, $14.00. 49
The Assenblty Deuces.
The Assembly Dances is the name
that has been given to the series of
dances which has recently been ar-
ranged to take the place of the old
Forty Club. The frest dance will be
given in Granger's Acadesmy on Friday,
December 15. The date of the second
dance will probably be January 19.
'She clsh giving the dances is a private
one and is limited to forty-Ilii mem-
bers. The committee in charge is com-
p'osed of W. J. Stone, Ralph Page, T.
Robinson, William Spitzley, T. F.
Woodrow and J. H. Prentiss.
LosT-Cameo bracelet, on Sun-
daB. M. Thompson, 53 E. Uni-
versity Ave.

Alarm Clocks S1I,
U. of M. Pints 50e to $10.110. Fine
Watclepaegliring a Specialty.
J, 1, CHAPMAN, JEWELER,
zeRn46Sajn South.
ORPHOTOS
...ARE.-.
PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
THE!
Brryman Studio
1 1 2 west Huron St.
Stale Phaone 119,
BICYCLES STORED
FOR THE WVINTER
25 cents per 501111
LEON SHAW1, - 117 E. Ann St.
JUST RECEIVED
A Nlew Line of
The " Soule Photoeraphs"
Copley Prints and
Copyrighted Platino Prints
Unmounted Indian Heads
SaSTABLER'S
Phsne
No. 173 ART STOREi
217 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
MONEY LOANED
ons Watches, Diaemoodr, 'Wheelese or lier P
sonallProperty.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED
oime al renidear , '31 E. Liberty St., Ann Ar
bsr, Michi. All busineeseofidetial. Hours,.8
to 11:30a. m.sad lto :30 and7tss9pm. ,
Jonepha C. ti "eHtt.
Bargaiss i Secosd-hasd Watceussnd Diamons.
iIEAD THE151DAILY.
M A rRTMalocks
Warcranted for 1 Yex.
} ($1 .Q/VO
Win.Arnoldl ewle
Is at 339 S. State Street.
Os.Ma MARTIN.
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
Embalming a specialty. No. 209 S. 4th
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Rtes-
idinen 3012 Fifth Ave.

SPLCIAL HOLIDAY OFFER
Ose of lbee
$3.00
LAUGHLIN FOUNTAIN<_
PENS
l e or tplaid0.on a week'setrialE _
for only
$1.00
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This is thebentlpenmade. Deco
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Oxlysone pme entlss neraddres
on thie uffer.
d'A gill of never endisg ssefol-
ness and actsantaeplemastre-
minder sf lbs giver.
Cr1 your srde inearly-ordee
today. Staeehier lad'go
gent'e style iedesired. Adirelsa
LAUGHLIN MNF"G. CO.
129 Grisnold S., Deroit, Minh.
Any ankeor ExpreessCompany in
Detesit.

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whole crowd went en masse ts
"Proxy's" home and there yelled for
hiso appearance and a speech. but after
about a quarter of an hoor thus slpent
some bright mind happened to remem-
ber that it wvas faculty meeting and
again the crosvd adjourned this time
to University Hall where their cherers
and yelling succeeded only in breaking
op the faculty meeting without. eliciting
the de'ired speech from President An-
gell. Fiinally a tame rest waa indulged
in and the crowd dispersed.
Manq Graduate Members Bach.
Saturday evening the Delta Ganmma
Soiority held its annual initiation ban-
quet in honor of their ten new e sm-
beis. Among the guests fromc out of
town were Misses Florence Smith.
Grace Hagadorn, Hello Frost, and
Agnes McVittie, of Albion; Mrs. Seeley,
Hiss Powers, and Belle Krolik, of De-
troll, anad Miss Barnard, of Saginaw.
1902 Cantes
They have come and are now on sale
at Sheehan's. Heavy black Congowith
silver mounting, and a neat inscription.
Price $2.54.

~Puritan Soes FORE 5
ARE LEADERS IN STYLE AND QUALITY 110 EAST HURON 1
W rnrrfl Embalmser and 413 toet William Street

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