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December 20, 1899 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1899-12-20

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.3

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Sli 1ippers and Oxfords
A FULL LINE .... ALL NEW AND UP TO DATE

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FOR EVENING WEAR
GOODSPEED'S
119 SOUTH MAIN

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MICHIGAN CENTRAL
The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effecort ember 19, 1899.
Detroit Night Mxpress .......555 A. M0.
Atlontic Mxpres ............. 7 45
Grand RapidsoExpes ..........1t10"
Mailoand Express;........... 347P. M.
N.Y. Bston Special .......... 458
Fast Estern...............5943 ,
Mailland Express.. .. 5. .
Bson, N. Y. snd Chicago........8 05"
Fost % est ernExpres.......... 1 251P.
G.lR. andKai.Expess..........5530"
Chicago Night Expresso......... 2.:1 L
Pocific Mxpres.............12 1ISA. M
Steanmohip Tickets, oil Classes, to and froms
European points s lowest rates. Fol lunfo-I
man on oapplication.
0. W. RUGGLES. 11. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Agt, Chicago. AgtAnn Arbor.
TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, Sundoay, Moy 21, 1899.
Troinso leave Aoo Arbor by Central Stood-
ard Tme.
SOUTH NORITH
*No. 6.- 7:25 A. Ma. No. .- 8:L6 A. m.
No. 2-11:3) A. ST. *No. 5.-12:3u P. M.
No. 4.- 8:30 P. M. So. .-. 4:56 P. S.
*Ruo betweeonoAno Arbor aod Toledo ooly
All troios dolly except Sundoy.
E. S. GILMORIE, Agent.
W HI. BENNETT. 0. P. A.
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
Corn leave for Detroit and Ypeilonti
every half hour, begioning at 6:45 a. 10.
until 8:15 p. in.; lost ear for D~etroit
11:10 p. mn. Wlaiting room, corner Ann
and Main sts.; Detroit, lit1(Griswold st.
BREAKFAST - ANN ARBOR
SUPPER - SI. LOUIS, MOS
WABASH - FAST TRAINS
FREE - CHAIR CARS
R. S. Greonosvoot, NM. P. A., Chieagos
Low Rates for Students
Account of Holidays.
..VIA....
HOCKING VALLEY RY.
4 TRIN~lS DAILY 4
Beto-ee Toted::o andCotlumbus, :usingUnion
depeot in bothscitie.
ThroulghSSleep~ertoWasohsgtonoandllotti:soee.
Getstlrtood, Thte Hocksing Volley. Weite.
L. W. LANDMAN,
11 W.Fort St, Deteeit.

t Ty-E BEST MAKES Or
I Ientschler, the Ehotograpbev0 .idoiaa i
L Suc sanJserph 1ohnanos, Washborn'
and ~runo'sre on sale at the
The Fine Tailoring Hlave You

Trade of the City.
BURCHFIELD. 106 EAST HURON STREET
NEW TOURIST BLEEPING CArA I At the Athens.

LINE TO BOSTON VIA. THE
WABASH.
December 14 the Wabtash inasugar-
ated a weekly lioe of tourist sleepers
between Chicago Sod Boston. The
toulrist oleeper will leave Chicago
every Thusday at 12:02 noon on thte
famoustotinental Limitetd and ar-
riyc at Boston 5:50 Friday evening.
Berth rote, Chticago to Boston, $2.00.
Herthos reserved in advance. Tichet
office, 97 Adams Street, Chicago. 70
If yous have a gentlemsan friend or
relative- yos cansfiod Elm something
at Nettc's Star Clothing Hloooe. They
carry te lastest styles in frnsinlgs.
LOST-While down townl Tuesday,
a Klondike nugget watch-charm.
Finder will please leave oame at Ar-
nold's jewvelry store, or rettirn it to
me and receive another nngget in ex-
change.
H. M. WALLACE,
215 E. Liberty St.
There msay be a lodge or society in
thsis city whio are wisbing that the
$250.00 Ludlwig plant:, so generously
offeretd ao a crize by Else merchans
mentionedl below-, vas thsree htundredl
and fifty edollars' worth of mihcel-
lanoeous fu:rnitu:re suitable for a lodge
room. If so, you ksnow that a Ludwvig
piano has a definite, fixed value, and
it youlr society shous~ld msste t effort
and scceedl in winning the ptrize, youl
cstuld soon convert it into dollars, antI
thsen cousld expend the motsey ats do-
siredl
KOCH furniture, carpets, picture
framle-, mioldings, trunks anti
valises.
WAHR & MILLER Shsoes
RINSI(Y & POE BOLT Groceties.
GPO.. H A LTER Jeweler.
LAMlI & SPENCER Grocers S. St.
MERULIG & SCHIMID Hardware.
DAVIS & SEABOLT Grocery.
HP iv SEL BRO.s. Etakero.
MIL5ER& PRAY Grocers.
H. C. EXING ER Fair Store.
JOHiNS C ON & CO. Groceries and
bleats, Forest ave.
The ANN ARBOR MIJSIC CO.
C. A. HENDRICKS Moilliusry.
GOODRICH WALKER & MUR-
PLOY't'ailors, ever First Nat. Bank.
WV. N. SALISBURY Druggist,

Thse clank of sabre and jingle of
spuar wosuld seem at the first glance
to: be slgh~tly incongruous setting for
the absursdities of moderns farce coin-j
city, the godi of war hsas msore to do
with Else tragic than the humorous
side of lisfe-yet in "A Battle-ocarrcs
Hero," the new farcical comedy which
Bert Coote will bring to tsse Atltesso
Theatre Saturday nilght, next, 23rd
itnst., it is said that Willils Maxwell
Loodhue, the aothor, has evolved a
screamoingly funny cometdy, based en-
tirely 015 events conneCaed with the
late Spanish-Anserican War. ansi one
wvhich w-ould offend the sensibilities
of no truse Alsoierican. Thec farce is
said to be entirely different from any-
tiling seen ill late years, toe complia-
lions are of the nmost extraordinary
character, anti all its all is said to ftir-
nishs a better vehsicle for Mr. Coote's
ptectuliar talents thianOansythinig its
whichi is has yet beenl seen.
Thse"Tsurtle" will be presented Sat-
urday, Dec. 29.
A complete linse of Adler Bros. line
soils at Wadhamos, Ryan & Reule, 200-
202 S. Main sE.
ENGINEERING FRENCH.
All studlents wishin~g to enroll In
course E, scientific French (La Na-
ture) must register with the instruc-
tor before Else Christmas vacation.
C. F. GA u 55.
A new line of Manhattan Shirts
jusst in at Wadhsams, Ryan & Reule.
See theno, S. Mails st
FOR RENT-A large suite with all
modern conveniences. Boardinig house
nsext door. 721 South Twelfth St.
Board during the holidays, $2.25. A
sew table 1in the clulb, commencinig
with next semester. Pleasant suite
ansd two single roonms to rent after
Thursday-. 227 S. Thayer St., two
doors north of campus.
Howard hats at Wadhamos, Ryan &
Reule. Best hat on the market at
$3.00. 200-202 5. Main SL.
Mils fells Childs, '99, who is now
teatching at Duluth, will spend thse
hsolidays in Ann txrbor.-

sees ousr PORCELAINS? Fioseot
tsin;g out-osly plae Sn the city
whsere yon5cansgee thsem.
SPEGIRiL ROtTES 10 SENIORtS
The6 Bmruman Studio
112 W. Hamsn St. N. S. Those 119
AN XMAS GIFT OF HANK'S CAN-
DIES
wvill be gladly received by swveetheart,
wirfe, mlother or babses. Everyone loves"
001 delicious, pose and hsgh grade eon-
fectsiosasd a gift ho-x or baskset will
...d so making the holidays happy an(I
full of sweetness for the recipient. Oor-
prices will enable you to make a han"d-
some gift at a reasonable cost.
200 East Washington Street.
31 South State Street.
AIRFMadocks
Warranted for 1 Year,.
W i.An.l, '___l"
The Most Corlple tev
lin e of Low-ney Chsocolaites in thie
city can be fotund at Tuttle's

' 338 SOUTH STATE ST,,
Om M, MARTIN..,
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
Embalming a specialty. No. 2018 S. 4th
Ave. Amhulance night and day. lies-
idence 302 Fifthl Ave.

IMEN
Puritan Shoes for AND $
72 STYLES W OMEN
rarrlC Embalmer and {i 613 Eant Milliamo St-eet
_______ UII~fLE9Funeral Directoo Univer ity set one-half blset weot a l Fn
K 1 A LMos. Enoch Dieteole, Lady Assistant, o S ofsI eEPbuilisoadne. Photond
ton St., Ann Arbor. F sil th A've. Both Phone ols1 . I . L m e i
WE PATRONIZE GOODY'EARS D RUGSTORE

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