.LHE UNIVERSIT OF MICHIGA
JUST A STEP AHEAD IN STYLE-NEVER IN PRICE.
THE NEW TAILOR
120 WASHINGTON ST.
"The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect November 19, 1899.
Detroi Night Expenss . .. 5 55 A. M.
Atlantic Express. . ..........7 45"
Grand RapidsEx press ......... ....... . to
Mail and Exprsso.. . .ai7r. M.
NY. Boston Special ....45
Mail andExress. o... . 9 25 ,A.
Boston, N.Y and Chicago. .05
Fast Western Express.. . 1 25P.o.
G.R. and Kt. Express...........B 3
Chicago NghtlExpress........... t ,
Pacife prs. ....12 15 A.
Steamship Tickets, all Classes, to and from
European points at lowest rates. Full infor-
mation on application.
0. W. RUGGLES. R. W. HATEs,
G. P. & T. Agt, Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor.
ANSI STE AJMCS 3zlLI= S
Taking Effect, Sunday, May 21, 1899.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand.
*Na. 6.- 1:25 A. M. No. 1.- 8:t6 A. 11.
No. 2.-113 i A. M. *No. 5.-t2: aP. m.
No. 4.- 8:30 P. M. No. 3.- 4:56 P. m.
*Run hetween Ann Arbotr and Toledo only
All trains daily except Sundny.
N. S. GILMIORE, Agent.
W H. BENNETT, G. P. A.
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
Cars leave for Detroit and Ypsilanti
every half hour, beginning at 6:45 a. 10.
until 8:15 p. in; last car for Detroit
11:10 p.ms. Waiting room, corner Ann
and Main sts.; Detroit. Sit(driawold at.
BREAKFAST - ANN ARBOR
SUPPER ST, LOUIS, MO.
WABASH - FAST TRAINS
FREE - CHAIR CARS
R. S.Green nood,N. 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.,
-THE BEST MAlES OF
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Such as Joseph Bohinan's, Washburn's
and Bruno's are on sale at the
.0 H R~mSchaelberlo AIUSG Store
W Liberty, only 2 doors from Mack's Corner
The Fine Tailoring Have You
Trade of the City.
BURCHFIELD, 106 EAST HURON STREET
PROF. THOMPSON ON THE
Advocates Punishinq the Hobos as
Prof. Thompson before the Business
Men's class yesterday discussed the
very important question of tramps.
He first treated it in a historical man-
ner stating that hobos first came into
prominence about 1873 when many
men were out of employment owing to
the financial crisis, and also that the
disbandment of the army in preceeding
years formed a nucleus for a holt
Now there are more hobos in the
U. S. than men in the standing army.
These men cost the tax payers many
million dollars for eriminal prosecu-
tions and are non-producers. They do
not belong to the most dangerous crim-
inal class but still are public charac-
ters in whom the public should be iii-
torested and whom they ought to sup-
press. The present method of punish-
ment by short terms is no punishment
at all for they often seek imprison-
ment to avoid inclement weather. The
motto of the hobo is that the world
owes him a living and his only work
is to collect it. The remedy advocated
was to make hoboing a felony with
three years' imprisonment.
Put them on an island in Lake Mich-
igan apart from other criminals, and
have a force appointted solely to arrest
hobos. Only the sturdy 'tramps should
be treated this way, those who are
physically able bodied. Cases were
cited to prove that harsh punishments
never deter criminals but during a
three years' confinement where they
had to work they would acquire in-
dustrious habits. The only practical
solution is to make the practice a fel-
ony instead of a misdemeanor.
A complete line of Adler Bros. fine
suits at Wadhams, Ryan & Reule, 200-
202 S. Main st.
The address at Newberry hall yeser-
day morning was by Dr. Elisa Mosher.
She discussed the subject of "Character
Building." She said that while she
knew what character was, as yet she
had been unable to formulate a defiali-
tion that entirely satisfied her. So she
decided to approach the subjectby giv-
ing a scheme of life. By this means she
developed her definition, until she
proved the character to be soul quality,
soul fibre, soul strength.
The important thing then with each
individual is the development of tle
right kind of life. This cannot be ob-
tained by turning only to the world for
nourishment. The world cannot give
the best food for the soul. Prayer she
defined as a turning away from thy.
earth towards God.
The address next Sunday morn."
will be by the Rev. J. W. Bradshaw,
who will apeak upon "The Divine Com-
Students are cordially invited to in-
opect our complete lines of suits, over-
coats, men's furnishings and hats.
Wadhams, Ryan - Reule, S. Main st.
Dec. 15th and 16th Christmas Bazaar
at the Unitarian Church. Refresh-
nients from 4 p. m. 10 p. m.
Baird and Fitzpatrich See the Game.
Manager Baird and Trainer Fitzpat-
rick left Friday night for Madison to
take in the Chicago-Wisensin game.
up to a late hour last night, they had
not as yet returned, but they are eN-
pected some time today. Mr. Baird,
however, was interviewed by a Times-
Herald reporter after the game and is
quoted as having said that Wisconsin
played much poorer than she did
seen our POIICELAINS ? Finest
thing- oct-only tiee in the cty
where you can get them.
SPEGIRL ROT ES TO SENIORS
1 1113 B61T-F UpanStudio
112 W. HuronSt. N.S. Phone 119
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 and
delicious flavor by anything manufac-
tured. 200 E. Washington, 316 S. State.
Warranted for 1 Year
Wm Arnold Lea"din
'The Most Comiplete
lin e of Lowney Chocolates in the
city can be found at Tuttle's
338 SOUTH STATE ST5
0. M M ARTIN ,
Puritan Shoes for
Howard hats at Wadhanis, Ryan & Embalming a specialty. No. 209 S. 4th
Reule. Best hat on the market at $3.00. Ave. Ambulance night and day. Res
200-202 S. Main Est idence 302 Fifth Ave.