$3.50 r ND E3
ALL THE LATEST LASTS OODSPEED1S
Ll S uth Main Street.
"The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect June 25,1899.
DeroitNight xpress ....... 55 A. X
Atlantic 'xpreee.. . .. 4
GrandRapidsEx ess pr. . ...11 10
Mail and Express. .... ...... 3 47 P..
N. Y. Boton Specti... .....45a
Fast Eastern.. ............5943".
Mall and Express................. 940 A.a.
No-ton, N. Y. and Chicago.. 7 48
Farit % ectrn Exprces........ 1 38 P. x.
G. t. and Ki. Expres;:::::::::.::...5 45
Chicago Night Express............:9 43
Pacific Express........................12 30A. .
Steamship Tickets, all Classes, to and from
European points at lowest rates. Full infor-
mation on application.
O. W. EUGGLES, H . W. HAEns,
G. P. 5 T.Agt, Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor.
.A.N:Z sc a~x s:P ,.. Es: dressed the
TIME TABLE ples of Po
Taking EffectSulnday, May 21,1899.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand- dress with
atd Ttne. ties could
SOUTH NORTH thing that'
*No. 6.-- :25 A. 8. No. 1.- 8:56 A. M. most would
No. 2-11:3) A. M. 'No. 6.-losio P. 8. pa
No. 4.- 8:- -. No. 8,.4:56.8.play relit
oRun between Ann Arbor and Toledo only took pains
All trains daily except Sunday. Infinite in
. . GILMORE,Agent.homes all
W R.ENNETT. 0.P. A.es
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Anni At- their tenp
bor Railway. had its sm
Cars leave for Detroit and Ypsilanti 'miniature t
every halt hour beginning at6:45 a. m.ing in mind
until 8:15 p. m,.; taut Car for Detroit fuledl
11:10 p. In. Waiting room, corner Ann fluenced th
and Main sts.:Detroit.111 Griswgld St. ment of d
BREAKFAST - ANN ARBOR much as at
SUPPER - ST, LOUIS, MO, Roman li
WABASH - FAST TRAINS The firstN
FREE - CHAIR CARS and arrant
R. 8.Greenwood,M.P. A., Chicago after tthe w
-- are Graeco
____~_~_~_~_~ __________temples of
The flocking Valley By. dihoduala
With its three-hour trains between of Pompei
Toledo and Columbus, using Union ideas of tt
Station in both cities, is why EVERY- Thus they
BODY uses this line. ments of
Parlor ars on day trains and sleepers who worsh
at night. wowrh
Through sleeper from Toledo to no perinan
Washington, Baltimore and Philadel- tecture oft
Quite a Railroad THE HOCKING incitctor
VALLEY. Write in its dom
L. W. LANDMAN, 11 Fort at., that it fot
DetroIt, Mich. unsuited a;
ts ie50c to $10.00. Fie
Watch Repairing a Specialty.
J, L CHAPMAI, JEWELER,
206 Main South.
We have just received a New Line of them
in All the New Colors and Styles
a an Interestig Talk.
ncis W. Kelsey last night ad.
Unity Club on the "Tem-
:mpeii." He opened his ad-
a statement that s. the apos-
appear on earth, today the
would probablystrike them
be the absence of outer dis-
gious feeling. This was sug-
the fact that the Romans
to display their belief in the
outward uanner. Their
showed this influence. They,
any rpsiects iodeled after
es. And each home always
all altar which was usually a
temple in appearance. Keep-
d the religious ideas which in-
he congruction and arrange-
wellings the study of the
ple becomes more easy. He
the temples of Pompeii not.
architectural standpoint so
n embodiment of the Roman
influenced by ioo years of
story. A number of ruined
roni P itipeti wire shown.
cere :his. of Apollo. 'hese
.wed by their construction
gement their Labine origin.
r quite widely from those of
ich must mainly have been
onquest of the Romans. The
-Roman in architecture. The
Isis show the same origin.
n religion was essentially in-
is distinguished from the
which is sacial. The temples
i plainly show the religious
hose who worshipped there.
become interesting as monu-
the religious ideas of those
ippeJ in them. But they had
ent iniNence on the archi-
the modern Christian church.
e of the Chrisi en church
nating idea from the Roman
tnd the Roman architecture
cnd developed its own. The
basilica or commercial buildings of the
Romans had a greater influence on the
architecture of the Cchristian church
than did the Roman temples because
their style was better adaptetd to the
needs of the church. The lecture was
illustrated by a number of fine stetrop-
tican views which had not been shown
See our new line of writing desks and
Furniture, Carpets and Draperies.
Funy about those Brandt mandolins
isn't it? They create a demand, sell
themselves, we just buy them that's
all-Ann Arbor Music Co., Washington
Dec. 16th and 16th Christmas Bazaar
at the Unitarian Church. Refresh-
ments from 4 p. m. 10 p. m.
For Christmas we have a very fine
line Rattan, Mahogany and Golden Oak
Furniture, Carpets and Draperies.
The total attendance at the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin up to date is z712.
This includes 223 in the law department.
AUCTION AT THE TRUSTEE
126 S. Main Street.<
Each Evening, between 7 and 9 ek.
Commencing Monday, Decemh 4.
Every sale without reservation. The re-
mainder of the day will be devoted to
private sales at heavy discounts.
H. H. HERBST, Trustee.
The women ofthe Unitarian hurceh
will have a great variety o:( articles,
for Christmas presents, at reasonable
prices at their bazaar, December 15th
seen our PORCELAINS? Flneet
thin; oit-only plaee in the city
5 Z'e-i an let them.
SPGIL RATES TO SENIORS
Tho I&rruifnn Stlldio
112 W. Huron St. N. S: Phone 119
FOR THE WINTER
At tse !-w ratc of
25 cents per month
LEON SHAW, 117 E. Ann St.
A New Line of
The "Soule Photographs"
Copley- Prints and ,
Copyrighted Plating; Prints
Unmounted India, Heads
217 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
On Watches, Diamonde, Wbop.nor other P
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED
Office at residence, 331 E. Liberty St., AnuAr
bor, Mich. Allbusines8 confidentlal. Hoursa,s
READ THE DAILY.
Warranted for 1 Year.
S * Leadllng
Vm. Arol, ewr
Tle Most Corigplete
lo a of Lowney Chocolates in the
city can be found at Tuttle's
338 SOUTH STATE ST,
U.!M MARTIN, 1!
Embalming a speialty. No. 209 S. 4th
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Res-
idence 302 Fifth Ave.
Sam".""!KY + tY' L7
I'm f IMFIW
The Puritan Leads
110 BAST HURON