S fEUNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
JUST A STEP AHEAD IN STYLE-NEVER IN PRICE.
ILDEBRAND THN TAO
THE NEW TAILOR
120 WASHINGTON ST
'.The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect Jone 25, 1899.
Detroit Night Express................. 5 S A. M.
Atlantic Ex press...........7 48
Grand Rapids Expess ..... ......11 10
Mail and Express... .................. 3 4 P. a.
N. Y. Boston Special.........4 58 "
Feet Eastern...............59 43
Mail and Express.... .......9 40 A.M.
Bocton, N. Y. and Chicago.. . 7 48
Fat r Eestern Epres. . . ... c. 3P.
0.B. and Kal. Expreson........... 45 1
Chicago Night Express................. 9 43 "
Pacific Express.........:...............12 10 A. M.
Steamship Tickets, all Classes, to and from
European points at lowest rates. Full infor-
mation on application.
O. W. RUGGLES. H. W. HAYEs,
G. P. & T. Ag't, Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor.
ADt smauscr--tI LILIEs;
Taking Effect, Sunday,May 21, 1899.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand.
*No. 6.- 7:25 A. M. No. 1.- 8:56 A. M.
No. 2-11:3) A. M. 'No. 5.-12:30P. o.
No. 4.- 8:30 a. M. No. a.- 4:56 . .
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only
All trains daily except Sunday.
N. S. GILMORE, Agent.
W, 23. BENNETT. G. P. A.
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
Care 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. m. Waiting room, corner Ann
and Main pts.: Detroit, Ill Griswold st.
BREAKFAST - ANN ARBOR
SUPPER ST, LOUIS, MO,
WABASH - FAST TRAINS
FREE - CHAIR CARS
E.S. Greenwood,M. P. A., Chicago
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
Through sleeper from Toledo to
Washington, Baltimore and Philadel-
Quite a Railroad THE HOCKING
L. W. LANDMAN, 11 Fort st.,
U oM.iins 5c'o$00.Fin.
Watch Repairing a Specialty.
, Li CHAPMAN, JEWELER,
206 Main South.
We have just received a New Line of them
in All the New Colors and Styles
A TEXAS STEER.
Chas. H. Hoyt's "A Texas Steer" will
shove its horns to the Athens Theatre
Monday, Dec. ttth. There is a world of
homely truth in this broad satire and it
appeals to no one more than to the in
habitants of this city who certainly,
know something of the seamy side of
politics, if any one does. The cast is
said to be an excellent one.
See our new line of writing desks and
Furniture, Carpets' and Draperies.
FOR RENT.-Suite of.rooms with
tvo closets. Also single room with
large closet, stationary bowls with hot
and cold water. Hot water heat. 439
S. Division street. 62
WANTED-A young man to sing
second tenor in male quartette, one that
can read well preferred. Address, J. W.
K., U. of M. Daily office. 63
The Saturday evening assembly will
take place at Granger's Academy this
week as usual. 61
There is good skatic' at the skating
park on Fifth Avenue.
AUCTION AT THE TRUSTEE
126 S. Main Street.
Each Evening, between 7 and 9 o'clock.
Commencing Monday, December 4th.
Every sale without reservation. The re-
mainder of the day will be devoted to
private sales at heavy discounts.
H. H. HERBST, Trustee.
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. 15th and 16th Christmas Bazaar
at the Unitarian Church. Refresh-
ments from 4 p. m. 18 p. gn.
The Vellum, "Yellow and Blue," edi-
lion of The Ann Arbor Cook Book, is
one of the handsomest and most appro-
priate Christmas gifts to take to the
folks at home that could be suggested.
Students recite to men of the Faculty.
They will find no less satisfaction in
having; their cooking done according to
the ladies of the faculty, nearly all of
whom have their choicest recipes in the
Cook Book each signed by the contri-
butor, 268 pages, goo recipes. Give your
boarding-house-keeper a book, take one
home. Give some to your young mar-
ried friends. On sale at Congregational
Church Fair Friday, ues.,8th.
U. of M. and Iaterbity pillows, and
many other hardsome and desirable
things will be on sale. Come and bring
your friends. Admission to the Fair,
Compliments of Mr. Aid Mrs. Granger
to the ladies of the University for Sat-
urday afternoon, at 4 o'clock-Dancing.
LEADERS OF TENS.
There will be a meeting in the gym. of
the leaders of the groups of ten of the
Women's League, one week from next
62 ANNA DALEY. Pres.
For Christmas we have a very fine
line Rattan, Mahogany and Golden Oak
Furniture, Carpets and Draperies.
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 complete lines of suits, over-
coats, men's furnishings and hats.
Wadhacms, Ryan - Reule, S. Main st.
seen our PORCELAINS? Flnet
thing o't-only ptace in the ciy
where rou con get them.
SP GIRL RRTES TO SENIORS
1116 parr man Studio
112 W. Huron St. N. S. Phone 119
FOR THE WINTER
At the low rate of
25 cents per month
LEON SHAW, - 17 E. Ann St.
A New Line of
The " Soule Photoraphs "
Coptey Prints and
Copyrighted Platino PrintT
Unmountee Indian Heads
Nol'17 ART STORE
217 SOUTH FOURTH AVE..
On Watches, Diamondr, Wheels er other P
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAtREI
ofcc nt residence, 331 E. Liberty St., An Ar
bor, Mich. All basiness confidential. Honses, a
to 11:30 a. m.and1 to:30 and 7 to 9 p. m.
Joseph C. Wates.
Bargains inSecond-hand Watchesand Daeoa da
READ THE DAILY.
Warranted foe 1 Year
WM. Arold, Jel
Tea Most Co)plete
li e of Lowney Chocolates in the
city can be found at Tuttle's
338 SOUTH STATE ST.
Ot M. MARTIN...
Embalming a specialty. No. 209 S. 4th
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Re*.
idence 302 Fifth Ave.
Puritan Shoes AND$3.5
w..,..A.Fn r var ind l:lr.H uuuERLE. I"~e lInivArnitv I1*'e T eA ' I m
___ -Embalmer and. 013 East William street
EvrKn._R DI ETER EE ner n.all Drector #lave s ;xt sue-half block west ) _ _ - F n