ALL THE L AThST
ERSIT -OFMICHIGAN DAILY.
aA- 119 South Main Street.
"The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect November 19, 1899.
Detroit ,Niht Expreese.. . 5SA..3C.
WAtlanticEXpproes .......... 7 45
Grand Itapids Express .., . .. 11 50
Mail aod:Expresa. ...8347 P. X.
N. BstonSpecial.... . 4 58
Fast Eastern....5 48
ball and Expres. ..... .92Ax.
Bosto NY. and Chicago ... . 805
r ags: weelern'Espreee... 1 25pr. .
"Chicago Night Express. .... S9
Steamship Tickets, all Classes, to and iron
"European points at lowest rates., toll infor-
mation on application,.
0. W. GEGSLESn. H. W. RAvxs,
,.P. &T.Ag't, Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor.
.lT F ST ' A.SrdSS LI1 EIS;
Taking Effect, Sunday, May 21, 1899.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand-
*NO. 6.- 7:25 A. M. No., 8:66 A. 5X.
No. 2.-11:30 A. M. ,*No. 5.-12:Or. .
No,.- 8:30 P.. '. 'No. 8.- 4:5 P.m.
*Run between Ann Arbor a d 'Toledo only,
All trains daily exceptShunday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent.
W H. BENNETT. G. P.A.
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
Cars leave for Detroit and Ypsilanti
evey half our, beginning at :45 a.rIn,
' until x:15 p.. m. ; lant car for D troit
11:10 . m. Waiting room, corner Ann
and Main sts.; Detroitt-111 Grswold St.
S ;BREAKFAST - ANN ARBOR
SUPPER - ST. L0UIS, MO,,
WABASH AST TRAINS
FREE = l CHAIR CARS
R. S. Grenwood, M. P. A., hscago
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.
alor cars on day trains and sleepers
Through sleeper fram Toledo to
Washington, Baltimore and Philadel-
Quite a Railroad THE HOCKING
L. W. LANDMAN, 11 Fort at.,
U.~A. a to 0 .00.Piot
Watch Repairing a Specialty.
J, L; CHAPMA1, JEWELER,
The Price o Sweaters las Gone Up
BUT WE ARE GOING DOWN G e ou
Our Best $5.00 Sweaters, $3.86 1 Our Best $4.00 Sweaters, $3:00
4.00 " 3.31 1 " " 3.00 " 2.47
f-A largeG assortment for $1.50 and $2.25. These are
Great Values and you cannot afford to lose the chance.
Come in and look at them.
E. P. dePont MfIGK C 00.
SACRET CONCERT AT THE The ladies of the Unitarian church
ATHENS TOMORROW will hold their Christmas bazaar Dec.
NIGHT. 15 and 1¢ from 3 to'10 p. m. There will
The following program will be ren-. be eight departments at which a var-
dered tomorrow night in the sacred ety of articles will be for sale at rean-
concert by the International Grand onable prices. .tefreshen'c
Operatic Company at the Athens
Trio, Attilla .......'...........Verdi
Clara Douglas. Carroll ;and Messrs.
Montegriffo & Seaton.
He will Extol. ... Costa
-Grace Lee Carroll
The Palms ...... .. Faure
Arthur Randolph Seaton
Duet, Jewess .... Halevy
The Misses Carroll.
Giconda Ponchialli ..........Ponchialli
Miss Ethel Houston Du Fre.
Guest'o Quella Rigoellto .........Verdi
Sig. A. Montegriffo. .
The Holy City...............Ada .
Clara Douglas Carroll.
Trio Qual Vollutta... . Verdi
Miss Grace Lee Carroll.
Elsa's Dream Lohengrin ......Wagner
Clara Douglas Carroll.
The Lost Chord ...Sullivan
Arthur Randolph Seaton
Ocean, Thou Mighty Honstter ..Weber
Grace Lee Carroll.
Alliance Duet, arranged by Behenna
The Hisses Carroll
Lieti Signort... .. ..Meyerbeer
HMiss< Ethel Houston Du Fre.
'Quartette Rigoletto -.-......
The Misses Clara Douglas Carroll and
Du Fre and Messrs. Megriff o
President Angell contributes an
article to the Youth's oCompailon, this
year on the subject "Are there too
many college men?"
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
ing of hot oyster stew, tea, coffee, cake,
rolls and ice cream will be nerved in
the dining room from 4 to 10 p. m.' Ad-
Students are cordially invited .to in-
epect our cnmplete lines of suits, over-
coats, men's furnishings and hats.
Wadhams, Ryan - Reule, S. Main at.
AUCTION AT THE TRUSTEE
z26 S. Main Street.
Each Evening, between 7 and 9 o'clock.
Commencing Monday, December 411.
Every sale without reservation. The re-
mainder of the day will be devoted to
private sales at heavy discounts.
H. H. HERBST, Trustee.'
The remark isoften beard that it is
so difficult to find college girls at home.,
You go and leave your card, and that
is the end of your call. The Kappa'
Alpha Theta girls have adopted 'the
plan of having their hours at home on
their cards, which are Thursdays from
half-past four to 6 o'clock. It would be
a great convenience and pleasure. if all'
the ladies and college girls would adopt
The novel feature of -Prof. French's
lecture at the Unity club next Monday
evening, the fact. that he is to draw
thirty or forty pictures in the presence
of his audience will no doubt attraet a
great many people, as the ins and outs
of the artist's craft have a peculiar In-
terest for all. Although Prof. French
seen our PORCELAINS? Finest
thing out-only place in the cq;
where yqe"can get them.
SPEGIRL RRTES TO SENIOR
112 W. Huron St. N. S.'Phone 119
FOR THE WINTER'
At the loW rate of
25 cents per month
LEON SHAW, 117 E. Ann St
A New ,Line of
The "Soule Photoeraphi"
Copley: Prints and
Unmounted' Indian Heads
217 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
on Watches,Diamonde,.Wheels or other P
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED
Office at residence, 31 E. Liberty St., Ann Ar
hoc, Mich: All business confidential.Hores;s $-
to 11:55 a, m. and i to9:0and I 19t9p. .
Joseph C. W~atts.
Bargains inSecond-hsandWatches and'pameoda
READ TIRE DAILY.
Warranted for 1 Xpz.
Wm ArnGld, n
The Most Conpiete
line of Lowney Chocolates in the-
city can be found at Tuttle's
338 SOUTH STATE STe
.. M. MARTINS..
IPritan Shoes fOMN