JUST A STEP AHEAD IN STYLE-.NEVER IN PRICE.
THE NEW TAILOR,
120 WASHINGTON ST
'-The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect June 25, 1899.
Detroit Night Expes. ..... 555 A. x5.
Atlantic Lxrer.. .... '48
Grand Rapids Express ....I........... 1110
al and Express... . . . 3 47P.x.
.FY.Boston special. .. 458
Fast Ea-tern .....0......9431
Mal and txpress. . ..9 40 A. x.
Bo ton, N. Y.oand Chicago......... 7 48
Pact Aestern Express........ . 1 38 r. a
G. R. and Kal. Express ................ 5 45 "
Chicago Nighrt Exprresso............9435
Facifc Expres.... . 120 A. x.
Steamship Tickets, all Classes, to and from
Earopran points at lowest rates. Full infor-
matlon on applcation,
O. W. RUGGLES, H. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Ac't, Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor.
Taking Effect, Sunday, May 21, 1899,
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand.
*No. 0.- 7:25 A. M. No. 1.- t A. 1.
No. 2.-11:17 A. X. *No. 5.-12:30 P. M.
No. 4.- 8:30 P. M. No. 8.--4:56 P. M.
t -'102.-8 05 a. M. t "101.-9:05 A M.
tRun Sunday oly.
1un betwen Ann Arbor and Toledo only
All other trains daily except Sunday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent.
W I?. RENNETT. 0. 1. A
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
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. o. Waiting room, corner Ann
and Main sts. Detroit. 111 Griswold st.
BREAKFAST - ANN ARBOR
SUPPER - ST. LOUIS, M0.
WABASH - FAST TRAINS
FREE - CHAIR CARS
R. S. Green -rood, M. P. A., Ciicago
The Hocking Valley Ry.
With its three-hour trains between'
Toledo and Columbus, using Union
Station in both cities, is why EVERY-
BODY uses this line.
Parlor cars on day trains and sleepers
Thraugh sleeper fram Taledo ta
Washington, Baltimore and Philadel-
Quite a Railroad THE HOCKING
L. W. LANDMANI, 11 Fort st.,
e i~nscblerfthe libotogvaphct.
The Fine Tailoring
Trade of the City.
BURCHFIELD, 106 EAST HURON STREET
Annual Football Smoker of the Chi-
The Chicago Alutni Association of
the University of Michigan has for sev-
eral years given a "smoker" a day or so
prior to the big Thanksgiving day
games. The "smokers" are entirely in-
formal in nature and have come to be re-
garded as the jolliest and pleasantest
feattre of the year for Michigan alumni.
There are over 1,000 Michigan alumni
living in Chicago, and a large number
of these is always present at the "smo
kers." The evenings are devoted to
short, informal speeches, songs and sto-
ries, and football gossip.
The Chicago Association is desirous of
having a large attendance this year of
members of the faculty and students of
the University, and to that end has ar-
ranged to hold the "smoker" this year
Wednesray evening, Nov. 29, at 6 p. m.,
at the Victoria hotel. President Lewis
has asked Samuel F. Hawley, '85, to pre-
side as toastmaster. Several of the
members will be called on for speeches
or stories, and old glee club men will
take care of the singing. The Associa-
tion has asked Prof. Pattengill, Director
Baird, the coaches and the team to be
present, and Director Baird has said that
the team will accept the invitation for a
few moments at least. It is certain that
they will be accorded a royal reception.
The price of the tickets is $1.25. Tick-
ets may be obtained at the hotel on the
evening of the dinner but application for
seats must be made at least two days in
advance to the secretary, Henry M.
Bates, 1208 Ashland Block, Chicago. A
most cordial invitation is extended to all
members of the faculty, students, and
friends of the University, and the secre-
tary earnestly requests that those desir-
ing to attend shall make their applica-
tions to him at the earliest possible mo-
ment in order that proper arrangements
may be made.
HENRY M. BATES,
The All-Freshnen team is to recom-
mence practice this afternoon.
H. K. CRAFTS.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra
offer a prize of $2j for the best light
composition for string orchestra by a
Michigan composer, manscript to be sub-
mitted by Jan. 20 to Fritz Kalsow, man-
ager, 120 Champlain street, Detroit. A
U. of M. alumnus, Frank Briscoe, lit,
95, is conductor of D. S. Orchestra.
A new line of Manhattan Shirts just
in at Wadhams, Ryan & Reule. See
them. S. Main st.
Wanted-All those who wish to join
TIJE BEST MAKEs OF
Such as Joseph iohman's, Washburn's
Z and runo's are on sale at the
j'. Liberty, only 2 doors front Mack's Corner
seen or PORCELAINS? Finest
thing ott-only place in the city
where yout can get them.
SPECIAL RAfTES TO SENIORS
11w DBarruin Studio
112 W. Huron St. N.S. Phone 119
A SHOWER.1 OF SWERETNES2
so that alt eoutd be pteas d, a bat of
Bangsterfet' oicote confeetions, suit-
able for a Ritt cannot be surpassed.
Neatty put up tn ene peund, twso pound,
three pound or five pound boxes. 710
E. Watsstngton st. (dowon town) and
111 4 State t. (up town)
the class in journalism to apply at
once W. E. KEPP,
426 S. Fourth ave.,
49 Ann Arbor. Warranted for 1 Year.
For Rent-A single room or a suite $LC0
All modern conveniences and hot water W m . Arnold jee
heating, at 439 S. Division. 48Jeweler
We nave you $ $ TUTTLE
Suit pressing, 35c.
Pant pressing, tOe.
Over Skinner's book store, corner Lu i
State and Liberty.Itate Strut
Suits to order, $14.00. 49
FOOTBALL SHOES THAT ARE 0. M. MARTIN...
are the kind we sell, light in weight, but FUNERAL
durable and reliable in every respect. DIRECTOR
Our short rubber boots are stylish-saR
toes and first quality. Embalming a specialty. No. 209 S. 4th
GLASS'S SHOE STORE, Ave. Ambulance night and day. Res-
109 So. Main. idence 302 Fifth A ve.
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110 ILAST HURON
E Bmbalmer and vrt613 Erat WillIam Street
.Ls Funeral oDireetue u ie't ant ene-half black west j '
rle, Lady Assistant. t baw ild ng. All kind
treet. Residence 88 S hoe Sho E. Lambert.
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