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in New York. The niaterials are of rich, soft silk that. ,
-. crushes without wrinkling-looks as fresh a year heice
as today. The desiSnslnd colorings are bright-new-
snappy. Price, $1.00 to $2.00.
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CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect June 25, 1895. --
Deroit Night Express... 11A.
Atlantic Saxue.. . 45
BrandiRapi& Express 11 1o"0
Mail. andExpress. ... <. .4 47r.,At
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Steamship Tickets, it 1Classes, to and from
Enropean points at lowest rates. Full infor-
mation a applicatian.
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0. P. . T.Agt, Chicago. Agt Ann Arbor.
BURCHFIELD, 106 E
Miss Ethel H. Du Fre.
Miss Du Fre is a daughter of the
N Z> s MS = ,nss:; South, and a decided brunette. As a
TIME TABLE child she sang with remarkable power
Taking Effect,Sunday, May 21,s1899. and expression, and was the object of
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand- waonder ang her relativcs and friends,
most of whom were musicians of no
ordinary ability. With artistic tem-
6N. t.- 7:25 A. M.- No. 1.- 8:16 A. . perment and an inherent taste of music
Na. 2.-ii:31 A. M. *Na. 5.-12.3ay. m:
No. 4.-S8si.v. N o.s. a.--.:a6 Pm. and a marked talent for singing, she
was sent to Paris, where she became the
*Rn between Ann Arbor and Toledo only pupil of Madame Marchesi, who pre-
All trains daily except Sunday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent. dicted for her great sucess. That Mna.
W 53. 5NNETT. 0. P. A: Marchesi's prediction has come true is
Detroit, Ypsilanti nd A r Ar- borne out by the fart that sta wascat-
bor Railway, gaged as Prima Donna Contralto in
Cars leave for Detroit and Yts anti Brussels, Belgium, also by Emma Juch,
every half hour, beginning at 6:, a. m. ati as becn associated with soma of
until 8:15 p. m.; last car for Detroit the best musical organizations of both
11:10 p. m. Waiting room; corner Ann Europe and this cinatry.
and Main sts.: Detroit, 111 Griswold st. She is under the exclusive manage-
nervE eracnmeat of Mr. Corneaux Behenna of the
International Grand Operatic Company'
with whom she will be heard in Grand'
BREAKFAST - ANN ARBOR Sacred Concert on Sunday next.
SUPPER - ST. LOUIS, MO. Dr. W. B. Hinsdale, dean of the Hom-
eopathic department, is .in Chicago for
WABASH -'FAST TRAINS tha week.
FREE - CHAIR CARS Funy about those 3randt mandolins
isn't it? They create a demand, sell'
themselves, we just buy them that's
ft.s5..Greenwsrnd,M. P. A., Chicago al-Ann Arbor Music Co., Washington
7 Miss Ethel Fisk, of Toledo, spent
The Hoking'Va le R Thanksgiving vacation with her mother,
Y- Mrs. L. H. Fisk, at the Alpha Chi Om-
With its three-hour trains .etween
Toledo and Columbus, using Union Dec. 15th and 16th Christmas Bazaar
Station in both cities, is why EVERY- at the Unitarian Church: Refresh
BODY uses this line. ments from 4 p. m. 10 p. nn. .
Parlor carsaon day: trains and sleepers
at Parties wishing to join the orchestra
Through sleeper from Toledo to now being formed in the School of
Wshington, Baltimore and Philadel- Music can see Mr. Sturm Wednesday,
tTphaT Friday or Saturday afternoon from 5 to
VALLEY. Write 6 o clock at the School of Music. The
L. W. LANDMAN, 11 Fort st., first rehearsal will be Monday. Decem
Detroit, Mich. ber ti th, at 7 o'clock.
AST HURON STREET
There is good skati' at the skating
park on Fifth Avenue.
See oursnew line of writingdesks and
Furniture, Carpets and Draperies.
The University Hospital is crowded to
its utmost. During the last few days as
many as ten have been waiting to get
beds i tihe women's wards.
LEADERS OF .NS
Ther will be a meetins 5 5 asgym. of
the leaders of-the grot- .i s ~f
Wome's League, one 'a n ron next
62 . ANNA DAsLEY. Pres.
For Christmas we have a very fine
line Rattan, Mahogany and Golden Oak
Furniture, Carpets and Draperies.'
The annual Sophomore social will
be held in the ,Barbour gymnasium Sat-
urday evening, Dec. 16. The class are
making every effort to assure the suc-
cess of the event and it is rumored that
Dr. Mosher has offered some valuable
suggestions for naking the party some-
thing out of.the ordinary.
The women of the Unitarian church
will have a great variety of articles,
for Christmas presents,- at reasonable
prices at their bazaar, December 15th
Students are cordially invited to in-
spect our complte lines of suits, over-
coats, men's furnishings and hats.
Wadhans, Ryan - Reule, S. Main at.
Prof. W. M. R. French, Director of
the Chicago Art Institute, who is to
give the next lecture in the Unity Club
Course next Monday evening, on the
"Analogies between Composition in
Art, and Literatures, is a brotlier of the
well knowa sculptor, Daniel C. French.
Ti-E BEST MAKES O
Such as Jose h Bohman's, Washburna's
and Bruno's are on sale at the
&s6mcrIGaM G8,1 tore
W. Liberty, only 2 doors from Mac's Corne
seen our PORCELAINS? Finet
thing out-only place in the city
where you can get them.
SPEGI!L IRTES TO SENIORS
112 W.lHuronSt. N.S. Phone119
CANDY MAKING FROM NOW TO
should be above the ordinary, if such a
thing is possible; but Hangsterfer's fine
confectionery is always so excellent that
it would be hard to concoct anything
that is superior to our choice bon-bons
and chocolates, butter cups or, wafers.
They are unsurpassed for quality ans
delicious flavor by anything manufac-
tured. 200 . Washington, 316 S. State.
Warranted for 1 Yeax.
Wm. Arnold, *Leang
The Most Con~plete
uIn a of Lowney Chocolates in the
city can be found at Tuttle's