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November 21, 1899 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1899-11-21

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TEI BEST CVER SHOWN roR T

F°R MEN AND W°MEN
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I1I ThONICY 119 southi MaIn &t.

MICHIGAN QENTRAL
"The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect June 25, 1899.
Detroit Night Expres. .. 5 55 A. a.
Atlantic Exapresse.. ....7 48 ".
Grand Rapide Expren.. ....... 40
Mtaii and hEpres ... . 3. 7 .
N. Y.nioaton«rSpecial..:.::: .458
Psi a hteens.. ............. 9 43
aetNa wuec.
Mfait and iT peare. :....... 9 40 A M.
Ilie ton, N. Y. end Chicago ...7 40
I'a:text eren Express .. . .... S38c.Me.
G. Ui. and Stat. Expressa......5 45
Cihicagn Night Expese...e..... .948
Pacific Express.......,..................12 30A. m.
Steamesip Tickets. all Classes, to and f -om
European points at lowest rates, Full infor-
nation on application.
0. W.RUGGGLES, .W.l sS,
G. P. & T.Ag't, Chicago. Ag'tAnnArbor,
. s ATH&sZRT-IT 1II a;
TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, Sunday, iay 21, 1899. .
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand-
ard Tine.
SOUTH NORTH
*No. 6.- 7:25A. M. No. 1.- 9:0() A. a.
No. 2.-Il x1 An. *No. 5.-l-nP. a.
No. 4.-. 8:30)P. oM. No. 3.- 4:16 M ..
t ±02.- 8:05 P.M. "10l.- 9:05 A M
t Ran Sunday only.
*Rntgabetween Ann Arbor and Toledo only
All other trains daily ecept snday.
E. S.GILMORE, Agent.
:W TI. RENNETT. t4. P. A
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-,
bor Railway. .
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 . m. Waiting room, corner Ann
and Main sts. Detroit. 111 Griswold st.
BREAKFAST - ANN ARBOR
SUPPER - ST. LOUIS, .O.
WABASH - FAST TRAINS
FREE - CHAIR CARS
H.S. Greeen-irood,M. P. A.; Chicago
The Hocking Valley Ry.
With its three-hour trains between
Toledo and Columbus, using Union
Station i ,both cities, is why EVERY-
BODY uase this line.
Parlor cars on day trains and sleepers
at night.
Through sleeper from Toledo to'
Washington, Baltimore and Philadel-
phia.
Quite a Railroad THE HOCKING
VALLEY. Write
L. W. LANDMAN, 11 Port St.,
Detroit, Mich.

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lentscblet, the Ilbotographcr.

We have just received a New Line of them
in All the New Colors and Styles
Co.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS.

Liquid Air Lecture in Ann Arbor.
The widespread interest in liquid air
and its marvellous applications is evi-
denced by the fact that in Detroit people
are being asked to pay grand opera prices
for admission to the lecture to be given
there. Alin Arbor people are more for-
tunate for they will within a very short
time have the privilege of listening to
Professor Freer's lecture and witnessing
his wonderful experiments with liquid
air, in the Unity Club lecture course.
'hey may get a season ticket to the
Unity Club course for the price of 'a
single admission to the Detroit lecture,
while the single admission to Professor
Freer's lecture is only twenty-five cents.
The liquid air machine is expected daily
at the University, and as soon as it is in
operation and the necessary preliminary
experiments have been made, the lecture
will be given. Professor Freer spent the
past summer in Munich experimenting
with liquid air and its method of manu-
facture in he laboratory of Professor
Linde, who was the first to manufacture
liquid air on a large scale. He is excep-
tionally well prepared to speak on the
subject and is planning many interesting
and some very unusual experiments for
his lecture in the Unity Club course.
Students are cordially invited to in-
speet our complete lines of suits, over-
coats, men's furnishings and hats.
Wadhams, Ryan - Reule, S. Main st.
The Saturday evening assemblies at
Gran'er's Academy are in no way con-'
nected with the classes. They will con-
tinue through the college year with alt
addition of parties on the nights of
Thanksgiving Day, Valentine's Day and
Washsington's: Birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Granger cordially in-
vite the students to participate.
R. GRANGER.
The west end of room C, University
Hall, has been nartitioned off and is
fitted up as an office for the compiling of
the information for the general catalogue
to be issued next year..

All Aboard for Clsicogo.
The Michigan Central will duplicate
for the students its fine service of last
year and send out two special trains
from here bound for Chicago and the big
game ,with Wisconsin on Thanksgiving
Day. The first train will leave at 9 a. rn.
Wednesday, Oct. 29, and will consist of
first-class coaches and a fine lunch car,
arriving in Chicago at 3:30 p. In. Stu-
dents who were on this train last year
will renrember the popularity of the
lunch car in its quick service and very
moderate charges.
The second train will consist of first-
class coaches, a parlor car and dining
car. It will leave Ann Arbor at Io a. m.
Vednesday, Oct. 29, and arrive in Chi-
cago at 4 p. i.
.' ickets are good for return on all
regular trains up to and including Mon-
day, Dec. 4, 1899.
Fare $s for the round trip. Tickets
ot sale at Sheehan's, \ahr's, Sid Mil-
lard's, members of Athletic Board and
at the H. C. station.
A new line of Manhattan Shirts Just
in at Wadhams, Ryan & Reule. See
them. S. Main st.
Make Machineryq for Other Colleges.
The engineering shops f the University
of Michigan are making for the Rose
Polytechnic Institute, Terre Haute, Ind.,
the brass casings for an apparatus for
the esting of the springs of steam engine
indicators. The apparatus was designed
by Professor Cooley of the University
some years ago and was made at that
time for the engineering shop.
In response to an invitation of the
Board of Regents of the- University of
Michigan the state round-up of the Far-
mers' Institutes will be held in Ann
Arbor. The date will be at some time in
the latter part of February.
Students in course two in English are
busy writing the annual report on the
Canterbury Pilgrims, and Prof. Scott's
recitation room is a busy place these
days.

Alarm Clocks SI.'
U of M. ais 50c to $10.00. Fine
Watch Psepairitig a Specialty.
J, L, CHAPMAN, JEWELER,
206 Main South.
HaveYou.
seen or PORCELAINS? Fincet
thing out-only pliace in the city
where you can get thein.
SPEGIAL R TES TO SENIORS
The) BfrrUInan Stldio
112 W. Huron St. N. S. Phone 119
gICYCLES STORED
FOR TH E WINTER
At the low rate of
25 cents per month
LEON SHAW, - 117 E. Ann St.
JUST RECEIVED
A New Line of
The " Soule Photographs"
Copley Prints and
Copyrighted Platino Prints
Unmounted Indian Heads
ase STABLER'S
poate
iene.17 ART STORE
ito 173
217 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
MONEY LOANED
On Watches, Diantond, Wheels or other P
tonal iProperty.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED
omee at residence, 331 E. Liberty St., Ann Ar
hor, MieS. Allbusiness coanldentil. Hours, S
to 11:30 a. m. and i to3:30 and to sp.
dtoseph C. Watts.
Bargains in Second-hand Watches and Diamonds
READ THE DAILY.
Warranted for 1 Year.
$1.004
W i. Arnoldto, Jeweie
T U TTL E'
Is at 338 S. State Street.
!O, M. MARTIN...
FUNERAL-
DIRECTOR
Embalming a specialty. No. 209 S. 4th
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Res-
idence 302 Fifth Ave.

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