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November 15, 1899 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1899-11-15

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~~ll STYLES THE NEWEST..

ES THE LOWEST

I

OODSPEED'S
117 SOUTH MAIN

MICHIGAN QENTRAL.
'°The Niagara Falls Route."c tcb r, he I ot ra c.

CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effe"ct June 25, 1899.
00100 EAST.
Detroit Night Expess ...........5 .0.
Atlantic Expressc.........7 48
tiband RaidsyoExpress.-.. i..1t0O
MaI ndEpressc ......... 3 47 . 3.
NT . Boton Special ........... 5
FastEaten............... 903
Molt and Rpe w ......9 40 A a.
Bto too, N. Y. cod Chicago ......7 4AS
Fa. t "teeeoExpress........... 1 38cP.
G. Itand Kai. Express..........545
Chicago Nght Exprecs...........943
PacifecExpres..............12 30 A. M.
0. W. RIOGG1L1S. 11. NV'. HATSo,
G.SP& T. Ag't,thicago. A'tAnoArhoe.41
TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, Sunasidy, 1Slay 21, 1399.
Tratnsoleavn Ann Arhor hy Central Staod.
SOUTHNOR5TH
*No. 6.- :00 A. SI. No. 1.- 900c A. Il.
No. 2.-11:17 A.. . "No. 5-12:300P.5.
No...- 0:30 Pe. o. No. 0.- 4:5 .%P.
t aSS10.- 8:05'P. si. f- l01.- 0:0AAl0.
t Run Surndcay only.
allan tbetween Ann Arbor and Toledo only
All other trains dally except Sunday.
N. S. GILMORIE, Agent.
W 5Ft.5RENNETT. Ci. P. A
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
Cars leave for Detroit Sod Ypsilanti
every half hoar, begitnoing at 6:45 n. Dl.
until 8:15 p. mt; last ear for Detroit
11:10 C). in. Waiting room, corner Ann
and Mlain st.: Detroit. 111 Gerinsvold st.
5P CIAL HOLIDJAY OFFER!
One of thecse
$3.00
LAUGHLIN FOUNTAIN #
111 snt, postpaid, onnawesot7rat
for only
$1.00
ui Ifi1 l -not snit Yiou, icE s
IT 10507:1 offercyo$.10torit.
r f itdoes not osuit UU MADE A
Any way yoafigurc i PRnFIT
Thes.isthe bestpe nmade. Hic
7000ou chance to test trINaSTn
' lOnlyone pensenttnooneadressn
w~on thicoffe
N ='A gftofne%,ceingdro. e~l
ccfu- os ad acontantpleo~aatle
Get yourordner in eorly-order
todayp 'tate whether 1lad's o
goonsstyle is dosired. Addressn
LAUGHLIN MNFG. CO.
129 Glriswold St. Detroit, Mith.
AnyBanoo r ExprresCompany in
Dctroit.

T'he Fine Tailoring
Trade of the City.
BURCHFIELD, 106 EAST HURON STREET

Papers on Chemical Subjects.
Two papers cr010 thc department 01
genercal chemistry, one by Per. P. C'.
Freer on thc action 07 Bcno oylchlortdc
on the Pheaylhydrazones og Bcnzoin,
the other by N. A. De~arr on The De-
composition or Ccrtain Haloen Substi-
toted Fatty Acids by Water, atppeared
in thoe November number ot the Ameri-
can Chemical Journal. A paper by S.
L. Bigelow on A New Form or Boiling
tPoint Apparatos appeared in the Sep-
tember number ot the same journal.
Mte. H. tL. Sargent, curator or the
Museumo, io arranging the University's
collection ot corals in the cases at the
head ot the' stairn on the second Om gr.
He is also potting a tewe.inasbing
touches on the Chiiocse collection. The
corals"are mounted on black bases witho
blac background s0 00 to showe ott to
he best advantage.
To insure prompt delivery of Photo
ordero toe the Htolidays, place your
orders early, and avoid the usual rusho,
5e RANDALL'S PHOTO STUDIO.
Edwvhn S. Chauncey, '99M. is about
the campus vioiting friends. D~r.
Chauncey is enjoying a Oine practice at
Girard, Mich., since his graduation lost
spring.
TO THE FACULTY AND STCDENTS.
The unodersigned has talken possession
ot the entire sec k of Rooks, Staticn-
a y, Holiday Go: sEc., ot W. W.
WicetmoreSMain street, in trust, at the
request of the mc. tgagees, to dispose ot
at any sacrifice to meet the obligations.
We chose all varieties ot goods which
you une daily and thin will be a race
opportunity to obtain them at remark-
ably losefigures. The stock mont be
sold at once.
H. H. HERDST, Trustee.
Tn., Tb, 5.--6S

Women's League.
'Sle plan reccntly suggested betore
the League ot having reguar meetings
occe a month ansd having Year Roo
has been considered by the commitlee
appointed fr the purpooe. The dcci-
oion 000 that, swhile good theoretically,
it wvould take coo mucha time, -and it
wcould be better to gice all our atten-
tion to the swork at the "Tens." A
cmere detailed ieport swill be given at a
later meeting o7 the League.
COMMITTEE.
The Deering Rotary Engine, svhich
was received at the Engineering shops
sotme time since toe testing purposes.
loan not turned out as successtul as wvas
anticipated. It is, hoswever. being on-
tirely remodeled by the instructors -and
students. When the cbanoges are made
it is hoped that it oct11 develop the spieed
and horse-power necesoary to matte it
We save you $ $ $
Suit pressing, 35e.
P~ant pressing, t0e.
Oser Skinner's book store, corner
State and Liberty.
Suits to order, $14.70. 49'
There still be a meeting ot the Fresh-
moen Glee Club in the near Suture.
Place cod time still he announced in
the Daily.
DENTS HAVE MANY VICTIMIS.
In the prosthetic clinic in the dental
department of the University of Michi-
gcsn798 patients were received in con-
sultation during the college year of
1898-99. Among the eases treated svero
cleft palate, 4; regulating, 29; repair, 43;
reset, 3H: full dentures, H8; partial den-
tures, H8; bridges, 17; crowns, 84.
LOST.-Camco bracelet, on Sun-
day, B. M. Thompson, 539 . Uni-
versity Ave.

Tlt BdEST MAKECS 0F
N14i)ldoljusd~d
Guitars
Sorb as Jcseph Dllnn's', Wanllcoeno I
(and llcoono'p re n sale atthae
«. Liberitiy y2doorstfrom Maeorner1
Hjave You
11,1117 ont-only 11ccac ntiaccity
Wilceeyooc cciaget itccc
SPII RTES TO Si 1"IORS
TVf I5lrruinan Studio
112 W. Hacen St. N. S. Fhone 119
A SHOWE OF SWEETJNES3M
so that all could be pleased, a boo of
Eangoterfer n rhoice costectioons, suit-
able foi a gict, cannot be surpassed.
Neatly put up in one pound, two pound,
tbtee pound crifise pound boxcs. 2101
N. Washiicgton st. (dosvn too-n) and
3161 S. St~-at tup tosvn).
, Warranted for 1 Year.
Win. Arnold, .' 1
Is at 3 38 S. State- Street.
0, M MARTIN,.,
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
Embalming a specialty. No. 209 S. 4th
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Rtes-
idence 302 Fifth Ave.

~Puritain SosFOR 3.50
ARE LE ADERS' IN STYLE AND QUALITY 110 EAST HULRON
Evr in NCH DES1 IEbalmer and U iest 613 East William Ste
O A U[ G L Fnra ireto dsonoe-half blotkhkwestcin
Mrs___________Layssstnt of law building Ali kinds
KM, r, T..Z BERm, Or nc Dse*,LayAnoan. he of repairing neatly doner. Phodali s
BohPhonesEN 8. 1a9 W.Woshing- No. 1161. Liberty Street. Sesideate OW13 SheS op E. Lambert. R n a
toss St.,An Arber. otAe A Both Phone as12.t
UiiIF PATrR®NIZE GOODYEARt.' DRU"0G STORE

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