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December 08, 1899 - Image 3

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Gedsp .'s yl S -s and uality
TIE TIE SILK T I-T IS fLL SILK

RIGAN DAILY.
Sie ' Regrets
Represents the nsIoat beautiful efrects recently introduced
in New Ydrk. Thle materials are of rich, soft silk that
crushes without wrinkling-looks-as fresh a year hence
as today. The design ad colorings are bright-new-
snappy.- Price 100 to $2.00.
OOD8PBED'S
17 MAIlN STREET.

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MICHIGAN CENTRAL
'The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect November 19, 1899.
GOING EAST.
Detroit Night Express................. 5 55 A. :M.
Atlantic Expreaa. . . 7 45
Grand RapidExprea......... 11
Mail and Express............. ... 347P..
N.Y. Boston Special....... 4 50
Foet Eastecn..a ......a.. 943s
601IG WEST.
Mail and Expres. .. .a.. 2A..X.
Boston, N. Y. and Chicago.........805
Past % estern Express.......... I. 1 25P.x.
G1. 1R. and Kal. Expressa.......5 30
Chicago Night Expense...5 B2
.aclfc ltpe... .. 12 15A. a.
Steamship Tickets, l Classes, to and from
European points at lowest rates. Full infor-
mnation on application.
.4. W. RUGGLES. H. W. HAYES,
G.P. & T.Ag't, Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbpr:
.AN=? ST M2IP ZIA KR;
TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, Sunday, May 21, 1899.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand-
ard Tirne.
SOUTH NORTH
*No. 6.- 7:25 A. M. No. 1.- 8:5 A. M.
No . 2-11:) A. M. *o. 5.--1:30 P. a.
No. 4.- 0:30 P. M. No. .-- 4:56 P. M.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only
All trans daily.except Sunday.
.. S. GILMORE, Agent.
W I. BENNETT. G. 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 p. m. Waiting room, corner Ann
and Main ts.: Detroit. 111 Griswold St.
BREAKFAST = ANN ARBOR
SUPPER - ST. LOUIS, MO#
WABASH - FAST TRAINS
FREE CHAIR CARS
R. S. Greeirwood, M. P. A., Chicago
The Hocking Valley Ry.
With Its three-hour trains betveen
Toledo and Columbus, using Union
Station in both cities, is why EVERY-
BODY uses 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 Fort st.,
Detroit, Mich.

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tIRentschlet, the II'botograpber.

The Fine Tailoring
STrade of the City.
BURCHFIELD, 106 EAST HURON STREET
THE ANN ARBOR COOK BOOK. Charlotte Wood Slocum lectures
The Ann Arbor Cook Book in "Yel- under the auspices of Hobart Guild
low and Blue" will make a handsome will be given this year by Rev. Willi-
Christmas gift and an appropriate am Clark, LL.D., Professor of Philo-
souvenier of Ann Arbor. It contains sophy in Trinity College, Toronto
264 pages and 900 recipes, contributed There are six lectures in the course,
by 200 Ann Arbor ladies, and all are the general title being "The Paraclete."
their choicest recipes.. Students take The first lecture will be given in St.
one home and some more to your Andrew's church, Sunday, Dec. 10, at
friend's. On sale at 50 cents at the 7:80 p. m. The week-day lectures will
Congregational Church Fair, all today
and evening. There will be many other be given in Harris Hall, at 8 p. m.
beautiful things there. Come 'and aee
them. You may want to buy. LEADERS OF TENS.
There will be a meeting in the gym. of
See our new line of writing desks and the lealers of the groups of ten of the
book cases. ' Women's League, one week from next
MARTIN HALLER, Monday evening.
Furniture, Carpets and Draperies. 62 ANNA DALEY. Pres.
FOR RENT.-Suite of rooms with Preliminaries for the Pennsylvania-,
stwo closets. Also single room with Michigan debate begin in Webster and
large closet, stationary bowls with hot Jeffersonian societies tonight. The
and cold water. Hot water heat. 439
S. Division street. 62 Adelphi has its first contests Saturday
evening while the Alpha Nu members
Albert H. Walker of New York begins will contend for places both Saturday
a course of lectures on patent law in evening and Tuesday of next week.
the law department Monday, Decem-
ber 11. These lectures are of value to Some very strong men have entered
engineers an well an to law students. and there is no reason why we cannot
have one of our best teams to go to
WANTED--A young man to sing Philadelphia this year.
second tenor in male quartette, one that
can read wc II treferred. Address, J. W' For Christmas we have a very fine
K . oine Rattan, Mahogany and Golden Oak
Rockers.
Dr. Ceorge B. rallace, assistant in MARTIN HALLER,
pharmacology ain t medical depart-
ment read a paper o :the Saline Ca- Furniture, Carpets and Draperies.
thartics before the Wa 'stenaw County P
Medical Society at its r ,et:ng held at Prof Clark of Toronto, will speak
Ypsilanti, Monday evenoin ,December tn Tappan Ball, Friday, Dec15, at 4:15
4th . I,-., on "The Formation of Public
sisnions,
The members of the angin crir'
class of '99 are to be invited to sub-t CHRISTMAS BAZAAR.
competitive designs for a . bronze in The women of the Unitarian church
scription plate to be fixed in the .nuz- sill have a great variety of articles,
zIe of the Spanish mortar as a memf- o Christmas presents, at reasonable
orial by the class of '99. prices at their bazaar, December 15th
and atch.
SEASON COMMENCES.
There is good skatir, at the skating Student' are cordially invited to In-
park on Fifth Avenue. spect our f'-mplete liaes of suits, over-
coats, men' furnishings and hats.
Prof. and Mrs. Spalding will enter- Wadhams, Ry.n - Reule, S. Main st.
tain the graduate students tonight at
648 Thompson St. Each student will The Whist Clul w ameet next week
represent some book. on Tuesday (venis.g.

TliE BEST MAKES oF
Itndloliiis anti
Guilars
Such as Joseph Bohman's, Washburn's
and Bruno's are on sale at the
&lacberle fMusStore
W. Liberty, only'2 doors from Mack's Corner
Have You
seen our PORCEL.AINS? Finest
thing out-only place in the city
where you can get them.
SPEGIRL RNTES TO SENIORS
Thot I5orruffin Stuilo
112 W. Huron St. N. S. Phone 119
CANDY MAKING FROM NOW TO
CHRISTMAS
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 and
delicious flavor by anything manufac-
tured. 200 E. Washington, 316 S. State.
Warranted for 1 Year.
$1.00
Wat. rnold Leading
Win. Arnold, me-s
The Most CorI)plete
lin e of Lowney Chocolates in the
city can be found at Tuttle's
338 SOUTH STATE STe
0.4M. MARTINI.
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
Embalming a specialty. No. 209 S. 4th
Ave., Ambulance night and day. Re..
idenee 302 Fifth Ave.

MEN
Puritan Shoes frAND'RO
72 STYLES WOMEN'4

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