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November 27, 1899 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1899-11-27

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SETT"

JUST A STEP AHEAD IN STYLE-NEVTER IN PRICE. K
pTHE NEW TAILOR
NE 120 WASHINGTON ST-4

MICHIGAN CENTPAL.
'-The Niagara Falls Route.
CJENSrRAL ElTANDARID TIME.
Taking Effect June "0, 189.
Detroit Night Expres....... 55 A. X
Atlantic Ilpress.. -1. ..... 8
Grand IRapide s :pres..... i....11S
Mail anid Express.. .....347P. X.
N.lY. iBostonSpa l............458 {
Fat REtern .. .ea ........... 4a'
Mailad Exapres............... 0A M
Bo tis, N. Yand Ciao.......748"
FatiAeltei-nExpsp ........... 8 P. x.
G. Se. and Kal. Exps ....... 7 4
Chicazo Sight Exprs .........943
Pacifac Expres............. ..230 A. a.
Steamsnhip Tickets, all Classpsto and frcaa
European paltat, lo west rates. Fail inter-
anationaoanaepliction.a
U. W. IiUxGLES. 11iW.'4 Stae,
0.P.&T.Aglt, Chicao Agt AsinArtier.
TIMEs TABLE
Taking Efifect, Sunayaat, May 21, lea9,
Tralis leave Ann Arbar bF Central Stand-
ard Tiai,e
*NoaU.- 25 A.m. No.a1a-a9:a0 A.
Na. a.- 8.30 P. m. No. 3.- 4d-6 P. at
t 02.- 8:0S P. 5u. t4"le.- 9h05 A It.
tSo Sean adiay sanly.
*taa betwean Ann Arbor and Taledo only
Aul ether traias daiFyexctrpt handay.
E. S. GILbtIlttRE,_Agent.
WN H. BENNE TT. G. P. A
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor railway.
Gars leave for Detroit anid Ypsilanti
every half hour, tbeginnig at 6:45 a. asn.
unitil 8:15 p. a1.l last ear for Detroit
1 1:10 p. an. Wailing roam, corner Ass
and Main ate.; Detroit, 1it Grisweold at.
BREAKFAST ANN ARBOR
SUPPER ST. LOUIS, MO,
Wh ABASH FAST TRAINS
FREE - CHAIR CARS
R.tS. Grseseaa-tt, St. P. A., Chicago
The Hooking Valley By.
With its three-hoor trains between
Toledo and Columbus, using Union
Station in, both cities, is vwhy EVERY-
B3ODY lunes this line,
Parlor cars on day treinas and sleepers
at night.
Through sleeper from Toledo to
Washington, Baitimore and Pbiladel-
phia.
Quite a "Ralls'ad THE HOCKING
VALLEY. Write
L. W. LANDMAN, 1t Fort t..
Detroit, Etch.

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Rentscbtev, tbe 1j 4otapbe.
The Fine Tailoring
Trade of the City.
I3URCHFIELD, 106 EAST HURON STREET

Subscription for Band.
A nsrissin a t:! diog seem~s toth-ive
ofttei a atundlthe c-nsisiscoteer-
ii -- thn matter ef takiiig the baoddiTi
Chicatgto. rTheAthletic Aesat~~iiio a
it, at msectiog srttd $125.00 tor th~e
toive oui-omsrlsii-h swas at the rate
af 15.011 iail read ftoeftr each ooe ot
25 Witen. Tbhis was -otirely satistac-
tiiry as the band baa been receiving
compesaition ior itsaservices at gameus
tis fall anil s cid not feel that the
Aasoiation iasustder obliigationse to
H-owts-er, it lisceertifotnd that s-w
eral at the omost imosrtaot mets,train
. enusiral stanidsoint, in the band can
act afford to say their express at
t hioags-soe of thllese,01e0 arcestark-
ieg their reay thi-oughcrlelictc aid
saiply could net go with the band
unossh their expenses were p< id.
Raiher titan go to the city with a
oe aided or weak srganization it hass
liee-o deiided to take the swhole band
anod take up a, railetioa en the 0-airs.
'5e band Ws ISt distinctly under
stead that the colltection is iii be ueed
enly tior defraying the expeisses of thte
snan montloned" and is not a collection
for tl'e hand as such. Students are
ontly asked to contribute five eorbten
rents. The band atipreciate u-hat the
Athletic Asociation have done and wtill
not ask them far a further appropria-
tise.
Wisconsin triti _ay all the expenses
at their hand hut it toust he remiem-
bered that on account aftIhe esot dis-
tance from Mtadison to Chicaga anti
the tart that the trains wrill net leave
until Thursday' morning, the total ex-
senses ~ itnet amount to malre thans
the railroad tare. ter sue hand men.
Everybody should give a mite and wve
will eend a student band to Chica-;o
that wve may be proatnd of.
A nesr line of Manhattan Shirts just
isa at Wadhanms, Ryan & Reule. See
them. S. Main i.
WANTzED.
All thsose who wish to joits the class in
journalism attd learn practical daily
work apply to
W.° E. KAPP.
-al6 South Fottrth ave., Ann Arbor.

Sawyeor on Prison Reiorm 'Tonight.
Tihe Good Government Club wvill boea
itt firist o- en meeting ttoight ir.liii
Tapptan Halllic-tore roanm. This is the
o- hld during Sheewiniteat whch
be hel t dui ritig the siintete at s.itich
miinteis of the faculty or promnine nt
men of Ann Arbor and v icinrity w-ill
addtres the club. At the nieeting to-
tight Man. A. J. Sawryer. the wel
kntown Ann Arbor attorney will speaki
eta "Prison aRefotrtm,' .a oubjert to
se-hitch he has givlen a greet deal at
stotdy tar a numbe ref years bark. Mr .
Swyer nas gisen thae ature lecture
b-foet other audiences of the state and
it -lis met twith thse beat of receptiotts.
(Oe of the large easteran magazines baa
N"titten Mr. Sawyer and as the outcome
te lecture is 1o be printed as one of a
sers on erosinent questions of re-
form. Ths lecture has attracted swide
attention because of its able advocacy
far the establiasment of pmenial settle-
mensain suercolonial posessions.
Tbis lecture is not en the regalar
core ad admission is tree to all. A
let-ge audienre from the teen end atl
deeictnente aftitrtu University ia de-
sired. IttIs possible else that sonic
memtbers of the farulty trill make abort
addressem.
REDUiCED RAtLROAD RATES.
Feftee Tiaettkngi . itivacation :11(,
Ann Arbor railroad u-ill sell tickets at
nirtatrof one and one-ltird fare for the
round trip. Tickets swill he on sate
Novcember 28, 25 and 30. Limited to re-
toils Dec-imber 4.
Ve cAnit Arbor R. R. s-ill sril Thanks-
giving titkets 0onTttesday, the .atit, also.
Students are crdially invited to in-

TfJE BEST MAKES OF
Suceis tnJoseph Shanes, Wasnhburns
eiaidlcrun 'saranxis aleat tia
,W.Liherty, only2idoorsfrAlaa c's Coreer~
HaveYou
seennt- PORC-ELAINS? Fiaet a
tlhingtiiii-esy p1acei.n the city
wlt-r yon ctii i gettahem.
SPECAiL RiITE TO SENIORS
TV, Ib rrum "II nStudait)
112 W. Hares St. N.S. Phone 119
FOR 1-suBEST GIRL
ON TRANESGIVING DAY
or tor his hostess, the prudent young
man takes a box ot Rankns tine canfec-
tions 00sian oftering.
Those wbo are fortunate enaugh th'
receive a U. of AL. sauvenir at our foot
batl team a randy tbox filled with Den-
bonieras Nill be thiankfiul. (hnly a lit-ited
nunaber tar an itrisanet in your room
att
IIANC ITERFESIP.
200 E. Vvash. 310 So. State.
Al 4Warranted for 1 Xear-
Wni. Arnold Leaiusr
The Most Cor)plele
ln e of Loswney Chocolates in tho
city can be foiudt]et Tuttlu's

coats, men's furnishings and hats.
W~adhanms, Ityan - teule,..S. Main st. I 338 SOUTH STATE ST -
FOR RENT-Large front rsna on first 0. M. MARTIN...
S'cor, half a black from Canmpus. 302
S. State.__ _ _ U E A
NOTICE. DRCO
Forty extra lockers have come and DIE T R
ore ready tar distributioto those hold-- Embalming a specially. No. 209 S. 4th
ing tickets. Ave. Ambulance night and day. Rteu-
KEENE FITZPATRICK idence 302 Fifth Are.

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