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September 30, 1899 - Image 3

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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( T / 1 C Y SN A P P Y;
V$3.50 omnCOMFO RTABLE
SOLENAG SHOES for Men GO~DP '

MICHIGAN CENTRAL
",The Niagara Falls Route.'
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME
'faking Effet June 25, 1899.
Detroit Nisht Exprosse...........555A.8M.
Atlantic spres............ 7 M
}rand Rapids Express ....... ....1D1i
Mail and lExpress............3 47P. x.
N. Y. lBostonSpecial .......... 458
Fast $a-tern. ............. 943«
Mail andSExpress............. 9 4A. V.
IBoto, . Y.and Chicagoe...... 7048"
Fast W stern Express............1 3 sPjM
G. R.and Kal. Express........ 545"
Chicago Night Exprese ............943"
Pacific Exspress..............12 30 A. X
O. W.RUGGLES, 11. W.HAooS,
GP.& T.AgtChicgo. Ag'tAnnArbor.
TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, Sunday, Mtay 21, 1899.
rains leave Ann Arbor by Cetral Stand-
ar Tins.
SOUTH NORTH
'SON. .- 1:25 A. M. No. 1.- 9:01) A. Mi.
N*.. 2.-1:17 A. M. *No. 5.-16:30 P. m.
ble. 4.- 8:30 P. m. No. 3.- 4:5% P. ht.
t~ ifS02- 8:08 P.nm. t"'101.- 9:05 A M.
t um Snday only.
*Runa betweesn Aunh Arbor and Toledo only
All other trains dally except Sonday.
E. S. GILMO.RE, Acent.
W H1. BENNETT. G. P. A.
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
Cars lesave for Detroit andi Ypoilasnti
every half hour, beginning at 6:45 a. en
until 8:15 p. inD last car for Detroit
311:10 n. m. Waibicg roorne, corner Ann
ano Main ste.; lDetroit, lit1(Griswold et.
ATHENS THEATRE
SATURDAY, SEPT. 30.
1116 FiliS1101
Mr. fresh1
.'RncttlitetI with Pointed Wit. An
Ver-Runntng Spring of Merriment
PRICS. 25, 35, 55 AND 75 CENTS.
Res.rredSeate at Flle's Jewelry Storo.

Soour [1n6 DisPldu 01
FALL SHIRTS
NECKWEAR and
GLOVES
THE BEST LINE OF UNDERWEAR IN THE CITY.
MfINSTREPOT AfXIVK & GO-LIBERTY ST

Students .:<v Ii silly invitedlto ino-
spet orcoil: )It to ine:s of wuils, over-
coats, ies i iini shisigs candlhbos.
XVdhcibse. a-Rele . 7Main mt.
P ink I : .,ilii op1enthe University
Dancing A(- :dmy ithcia.esocial hots at
Nickels Ha1:,13.1 said 336 S. State st.,
Satusrday: i. cii:: Sepit . .Danecing
fions8:30 toe 11:.0 pen..Ldsilc 000151-
nenlary.'fit' gcrandlopensicng will be
or P0.0:1y :cenisegOct.3.
Mr. N.I F.iirsiman, '01, hae becen ip-
pointed assoistanst in Technsological
Cheisitry.
Robertoones Valley Laundry, of Sagi-
nose,swhich heas for several years main-
tainod a studont agency to the general
satisfactiosn of its patrons, is this year
represented by Max Walther, 428 S.
Main st. Prompt attention to all maill
orders is aseured. --10
Wagner & Co s NeStore.
lTce above narnoed tirm, familia~r tio the
old: studencto as amosng thorcity's lead-
isag tailors and haboerdaeshers, has srent-
e:1 thesi toieto thse nirths ofthirisolsd
loscatotn.ss Thse iewsequarters aire rons
netted w ith theoild by asrclots.The eni
tire sooth roonm silvie, be desoted toi
tailoingii ,andltheei norlb exclusely to
the gents' furnishsing business
Sloe newi store his been fitted silt
soitls an ox trsemelyatIsctye front, a
feature becing.as: outsidle sowall case:
Tis is the fis:st oneo :be used cithe
civy ans is ftted ot switlonick~ellix-
tures eond electrsic lighits.floe svindoos
ae eqippil ed owitho Fresse l:aesmnot
The lions oill owelcoe these tudents
today owitho tie"opening" seed each vis-
iior will be:pre0settedl with an:"Itsoozeo"
s:ouvenoir.
Choral Union Notice.
Foanmer m embero desirinog a seat mnust
recport at that time. Neov members
moist apply Is Prof. Stanley, so witll
examine them at the Scbool of Music,
Thursdlay, Friday, Saturday, and on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, either
from 9 to it a. m. or from 4 to 5 p. m.
12-G~reat numobero on S. L. A. course
-52.

S. C. A. Givee its First Social.
T he S. C. A. gave its firot social last
evenoing in Newberry Hall. It swas a
very delightfal affoir and wsas given in
lionorsof the freshman class. About
two: hundred guests swere presenot and
en~joyed ttoe ho.spitality of the Associa-
iiso. Thoe salts nero very prettily deco-
rated wcith boughs of fall-tinted leavee.
llcfreshmnents consistinog of ice-cream,
eaakeanod 00ccee ere served. Large
snmbers of freshmen wvere presenot and
the: social afforded an cxcellent means
for themn to becioe acquainted swith
each other and also with the older
classes. Much credit is due to Miss
Katharine Hinoe, chairman of the s ocial
committee, through swhose efforts the
eoason proved suoh an enjoyable and
succeseful one.

Alarm Clocks SI,
U. of M. Pinis 50c to $ 10.00. Fins
WsatceRhpairintg a Speeialty.
J, 1, CHAPMAN, JEWELER,
296 Main South.
OUR PHOTOS s
..ARE..
PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
Berryrnan Studio
112 West Huron St.
State Phnne 119.
BICYCLES SOE
j FOR THE WINTER
Al tse low rate of
25 reels per emonthb
LEON SHAW, - 117 E. Anan St.
AT STABLER'S ART S ORE.
The Celebrated
FERRY IIGTUIRES.'
120subjects to select froment One Cent Each.
For sole oly ats te.

hBeginnsing Monday, Oct. 2, phy'siool ARTISTIC FRAMING A SPECIALTY.
e~xarneinoatiosswill be given aet the Gyon- STABLER'SARST E
nasiiesodaity from 2 to 4 and from 7 teoAT TE
9 p. mo. Keene Fitzatr ick. NewStbate Phone 172. 217 Sooth 4th Ave.
--___~ MONEY LOANED
Foisendsowmonent insurante so sciso- OnWtchliie, Diaons, Woee or other Per.
pansiy is better than the Prosvidesot Lif- snal Prolperty.
i4nl Trust of Philadelphia. L. D Case, WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED
ii~t5Ol. -l f0c a1 recidexco, 331 E. Liberty St,, Ann Ar.
agc nt.boo, Rich. All boosees confiden tial. Rears,8
t o 11:30a.in. andto:30ansd 7 o 9p. in.
(7h, o? Ican ot afordtoinseph C. Wats.
Oso toano.ffdtogo 5with- Bara einiecond-hand vaeches andoDiamnds.
siut aotians: in my room when T caen get .____________
so gisod a onoe at eucho a reaoonable price HEAD T.IHE DAILY.

as I can of the Ann Arbor Musio Co.,
Washine-ton st.-1
The first Saturday evening sdancing
parcty of thoe season will take placee at
Cranoger's Academy next Saturday
evening, Oct. 7th. Studente invited-I
A csopete line of Adler Blos. Oine
suits at Wadhams, Ryan & Route, 200-
202 S. Main st.
Plans are now being made to have the
Ann Arbor Round Table of New York
city csoposed of U. of Mit graduates)
convene some time next month.

Ala~rm aocks!
Warranted for I Your.
$1.0
Win. Arnold, Jeedn
TUTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM
Is at 338 S. State Street.

~~ALPURITAN SHOESALSTE, ALL SIZES! $3.50I
N 110 EAST HURON ST.
L3
T O A ..Every Kind ENOCH DIETER LE, Feral lr t
F 24t~hsrN~.ws blg. lfentscbter, the libotograpbere . SMre. Enosh Dieterle, Lady Aeltwnt.
ton S., An Arbo. L o E. .Liberty Street.Be11e9.e
to t n Abr , Fourth Ave, Seth Phone el12e.
_WE PATRONIZE GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE.

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