fHE UNIVESIT'Y OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
STYLr THE NEWEST .... PRICES THE LOWEST
SHIR SG OODSPED'
117 SOUTH MAIN
"-The Niagara Falls Route.'
CENTRIAL STANDARD TIE.
Taking Effect Jusne02,'1899.
Detroit Night Exes......... 555A . M.
Atlantic Expresse.........7 485
Grad tepidohExproe...........11 10
Mail and Expreso.............. 3a7 P. x.
N. Y. Boton es ia ......0...1... 4 08
Feel Eaters ..............59 43
Mail andREpress. ......... 940o A.
Bo ton, N. Y.end tChicego........748"
14a:t 'Aextern Expess............. .
G. Ut. end Kali.Epress .........5 41
Chicago Nighet Exprese ............9438
Pacifct Epres.............to 30A. M
Steamship Tickets, all Classes, to end feoe
European point at knelst atea. Fall infor-
mation en application.
0. W. R sGIILES, II. W. SlAwer,
.P. & . Ag't, Chicago. Ag't A nn Arbor
Taking Effect, Suaaly, SMay St, 1899.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand-
*No. 6.- 5:25 A. a. Nc. .- 900 A. Mt.
No. 2-11::7A. At. *No. 5.-12:30eP. M.
Ne. 4.- 8:30 r. sa. No. .- d:56 r.cA.
t ' 0S.-SO8.05P . t"l101.- 9:05 Aas.
S Run Sunday only.
*Rtun between Anan Arbor aend Toledo only
All otheer traina dally except Suenday.
E. S. GILMORIE, Agent
AV 13. BENNETT. G. P. A
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
Care letave for D~etroit and Ypsilanti
every half hear, beginning at 6.45a..mn
until 8:15 p. m,. laot car for Detroit
11:10 p).na. Waiting room, corner Ant
snd Main sta. Detroit, ill Griswold st.
BREAKFAST -.ANN ARBOR
SUPPER - ST, LOUIS, MO,
WABASH = FAST TRAINSk
FREE - CHAIR CARS
5R.S. Greedatooad1I. P. A., Chicragn
The Hocking_'Valley By.
With its threc-hoor trains hotween
Toledo and Colombas, using Union
Station in both cities, is why EVERY-
BODY uses this line.
Parlor cars on day trains and sleepern
Through sleeper from Taledo to
Washington, Haltimore and Philadel-
Quite a Railroad THE HOCKING
L. W. LANDMAN, 1t Fort st.,
We keep everything yc
"SWELL" FANCY HI
Contnued frot first page.t
French and Spanish for commercial in-t
-For ua to mect those requirements1
would coil for somao additions to our
teaching force. Rut such enlargementsa
of our work woold render a moot valu-
able scrvice to our coutitry. And thc
desire tar sonthitng of the kind as be-
doming 00 strong that probably some
public spirited mertchants or masufr.e-
Curers may be willing to endowc chairs.
I regard it my duty In call your atten-
lion and that of the public to the sub-
ject. 1 trust that we may at no distant
day be able to give the instruction
woss general character I beat'3landi-
"I conclude this report by expressineg
our gratitude for the considerate treat-
mieet accorded ue by tha Legislature
art its sessiona last winter. Almtost
unanimously it raised the approp:ia-
tion for cur asid fcom the tax of one-
olath of a mill toi that one-fourth of a
ctill. tt thus increased our annual it-
t-ease by about $02,500. This addition
.o our resources was imperatively
.seeded to keep the University in the
ciosi tion it had ec long held among the
trong universities of the land. With
our great nmtber ef students we were
n. sore need cf some new and commo-
iions buildings and also of additions
o eur faculies. 'The institution 1'eas
icen maintainrd with the utmost
conomy, at an expense not exceeding
one-halt or twa-thirds ef that even
omaller universities. The hearty aup-
tort given ue by the Legislature fur-
.oishen us the gratifying evidence that
the commonwealth which we are stiv-
leg to serve believes that we are really
conferring substantial ibenefitS upon
Tier and upon the nation. 'That is our
sufficient rewvard and the stimulus to
cenewed energy in the future.
'The sumnoer school wvhich in the
past baa been ronducted by the permis-
si00 of the Bdoard of Regents wcas
changed last year so that nose she
hoard assumes direct charge of the
sechool and appoints the instructors.
rhe seummner school having become a
inecessary adjunct to the principal col-
leges and universities and' to. masy
normal schools. It is chiefly resorted
Sto by teachers wcho winh to prepare for
some speciasl line of work."
With regard to the medical depert-
anent, Dr. Angell spoke of the changes
1l~b tot~apbc. 2 U. of M. Pin0coto $10.00. Pine
Watch Repaliiring a Specially.
J, 1. CHAPMAN, JEWELER,
* Hiave You
ut want in the line of thing ont-osloy plowe is te'cipy
OSE 8S[EGIf1L MtITES TO SENIORS
,OEM Ihe) BdrfumnnStufflor
W~f K 112 W. HuroneSt. N. S. Phone119
in the methods of instruction, the leo.OcHE WN E
cures being largely replaced by labo,-FO
tory work, and of the prcssing need of Al 1110loco rate of
more laboratory accommodations. 25tetSirnolt
Mention was also made of the largc LEON SHAW, - 117 E. Ann St.
nubro ainstetda h n-xersity hospital during the past year. JUST RECEIVED
tn speaking of the lan department,
Dr. Angell sair that its work is so eff- A New Lise of
cient and so wrelltecown that in spite
o the nmultiplicaiions of lace schools inThe "Soule Photographs"
the west its members continue to inl- Copley Prints and
ctrase, and it attracts students from Copyrighted Platino Prints
all parts of the country. Unmounted Indian Heads
Dr. Angell slated that the Hcmeo v
pathic Medical College, in spite of all Stt h ifcliswicuee t a a hne S A L R
fairly succesosful year. The atten~d- No t73 0]ST JO RE
once when compared with that of 217 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
other homeopathic schools which main -___________________
lain standards comparable to ours, ltif ONEY LOANED
sot entirely satisfactory, is not lscoor- Os Watchee, Ditsnonds, Wheels oe etber F'
aging. Mlention was tmade of the large sonllProperty.
number of patients treatd in the homo-o WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED
pathic clinic. Office at residesce, 001 E. Liberty St., Ass Ar
bohey, ieb. All busiesceonfidential. loles,3
Dr. Angell spoke briefly of the steady Is 11:00 a. in. asd a te 3:00 andlIt0 epI. tn.
grwtha of thec denial departmeent and Bargainsrin Sconed-hand bachleeseaniamndsll
th~e large number of patients treatd it.n____________
its clinices during thee year. Also of the READ TillS DAILY.
addition to the libyaryhuillding, the - '
large nuanher of new hooks securod, Jgl I flP]
end also the new addition to the act 'UI8iI
gallery.9 Warranted for 1 Yeas.
The urgent need "of tmore ground for , 1C
Uleaiversily- purposes eras treatd as ding-d-
follows: wemgve cosierlbl Leadigr
Debating wsgie cnidrbl le
We save you $ $ $
Suit pressisg, 35c. B
Pant pressing, 1ie.
Over Skinner's - book store, corner L U uflN.,R u~h 'm
State and Liberty. I t338S tt tet
Suits to order, $td.00. O sat38S.Sae9tet
FOOTBALL SPEE THAT AREA. . ARTIN..
are the kind re sell, light in weight, bue FUNERAL
durable and reliable in every respect. DR C O
Our short rubber boots ore stylish- at IEC O
toes and frst quality. Embalming a specialty. No. 200 S. 4th
GLASS55 SHOE STORE, Ave. Ambulance sight and day. Ilea-
209 So. Main. idence 302 Fift li Are.
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