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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.3

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L No mstake io styiles here

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PRICS-to close out remain(
custom-made shirts ever shc
and exclusive, sod they also
can get nowhere else. At
snapped up quick.

der of stock-ou the best liue of strictly
wn in the city. The patterns are choice
have a feature long sought and that you I
the price-one forty-nine-they will he
(GOODSPEED98 l
lI7TAMlN STRE ET]

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MICHIGAN CENTRAL
",The Niagara Falls Route.
CETR'i'IALSANDARDO lIME.
Taking Effet Novennhrr 19,1899.
Detroit Nigt E prs. ......... 55 A 71
Goand iRapids Expres..........I1i1is
N. V. Boston Speca ........o..R45
Fast Ea-ternos"
Msil aod E p es.............9 ;A I
Boston, N. Y. aduCit.ocgo ....... 55
Fsot W oternExres.. .....1c5 .'I
G.5R. and K .E xpes....l....53
Chicsgo Night; Expess..........92
Pacifoc E pres.............1" 15 .11
Steoshuip Tickets, all Classes oend fo
European psints.at lowest rates. Fuil lnfsr-
mation o0spplicaetione
OW.IRUGGLES, H. W. HAES
G.P.& T. Ag',iCcago. Ag't AnnArbo
lt3.2on ST M gGI-c ZL~s.mss
TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, Sunda, May 21, 1899)
Trains leave Ann Arbor by CentralStand-
ard Tine.
*No. .- 7125RA. a. No. . :I .M
No. 2.-i 11)A. M. No.5.-:3i'P.is
No. 4.- 5:10 P.nia No 3s 56 .oi.
Eon between Ann Arbor and Tsledo only
All trains daily except Susd-ay.
E.5S. OILMORE, Agent.
W H. BENNETT. 0. P. A
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
Cars leave for Detroit and Ypsilanti
every half hour, beginining at 6:45 a. m.
until 8:15 p. in.; last car for D~etroit
11:10 p. m. Waitinig room, corner Ann
End Main sts.;lDetroit. 11ll(iriewoldd t.
BREAKFAST - ANN ARBOR
SUPPER - ST. LOUIS, MO.
WABASH - FAST TRAINS
FREE - CHAIR CARS
R.S.OGreenwood,Al. P. A.,Chicaga
Low Rates for Students
Account of Holidays.
..VIA. .
HOCKING VALLEY Ry.
4 TRAINS DAILY 4
Botweeo voledo ond Colomtus, osing Union
deopot in botiis
'ihroght Sleeperoto WooiogloosndlBallinloo.
Greooi llrood, Tri ocoking Volloy. Writo
L. WV. LANDIMAN,
11 W. Forl 51, IDotroit.

l~cnscblv, te fZ'boo~raher. ,3ITHEC BEST SAKES OF
entsbre, th Pbtogrpbe. W dOlins and
Suc s nJonephlI liman's, Wanshburn's
H F i a~nd ilrnnossareonsaeratthe
SGC~a~rlc MW~G Store
W S . Lit, only 2 d0or foik'solCorne

The Fine Tailoring
Trade of the City.
BURCHFIELD, 106 EAST HURON STREET

AT THE ATHENS.
A feaiture orfifar Western low-no en-
tirely unlknownltoi the Eost is the on-
nuiliGrain Palace celebration. A largo
structure decoroted withi the produicts
or the distrirt l iiiiuilt, iandlwithino it
is held a relebration, which often ex-
trilnires- overtek The Great North-
wsot,"wichiiliis to appear at she
Athens Tiheotie tonight showo in the
first act a geiooiiiGrain Paloce, with
the occompaniying celebrotion, ini-
cltidinig a uioiormeid hood and finish-
ing withi asrico- by the hose carts of
tworiivalvosliunteerifare companies.
In 'The Gieat Northwest, the hero
confronts perils at every turn, wvhich
inclodesa prairefSri', o tight in the
snow, on attempted lynching and a
poller gome ini whlich the heroine final-
ly saves the hero's ite by holding the
winning hand. The company carries
five coniplete sets of scenery, with ela-
borate mechanical effects.
Belle Archer in Hoyt's, 'A Con-
tented Woman" Friday.
Students are cordilly invited to in-
spect aur caipiote linosa of nuits, over-
coals, men's furninhings and hats.
Wadhams, R-'yans - Reloue, S. Main st.
Frank D. Roman, '00, was taken with
a severe attack of inflammatory rheui-
matiom shortly before Christmas and
has as yet not recovered sufficiently
to So able to return to college. He
has hopes however, of getting hack
so as to finish lis semester work.
'She Ann ArboirMsusic Co. are hav-
ing a cleaning lip time and are offering
some bargains indeed, for instance---
a Waldo Giuitar, slightly used, $7.50;
regoilar price. $15.00.
HOMEOPATHIC GUILD.
The U. ut M. Homeopathic Hospital
tGuilid soill mecet Thuorsdaoy afternooni
at 3 ociock at the residence of Mrs.
Harrison Soulle, :(0 S. University as-c.

The University of Georgetown to be-
coming enthusoiastic over rowing. The
taculty has voted' permission to the
stiudento to take part in the aquiatic
sport. The Potomac river affords tlq,
tniversity a good course for practice
anid withs a competent coach George-
towsn expects to lie soon among the
fasteot crew-s. 'rhey intend to have
ais eight in the next races on the
Poughkeepsie.
A comoplete ine of Adler Broon.fOne
suins at Wadhams, Eyan & Reule, 200-
202 S. Main st.
ASSEMBLIES AT GRANGER'S.
Beginning next Saturday Mr. anod
M~rs Russ Granger will hold assem-
blies at the Academy every Satuirday
night, 8:30 to 11:15 o'clock. Nights of
entertainments in University hall danc-
in~g will commence a little later and
continue a little later and continue to
12 o'clock, this includes the Saturday
following the Junior Bop.
The following from the Barvard
Crimson is indicative of the interest
of one of Harvard's processors in the
students of that institution:
"Professor Norton invites all stu-
dents of the various departments of
the University who may remain in
Cambridge during the Christmas holi-
days, away from home, to give him
the pleasure of their company on
Christmas eve., from eight to ten
o'clock."
At a mass meeting oi the students of
Colunmhia University held last week,

Hiave You
00000ourIORCELAINS" Fioot
15er"01ou coe get them.
EGIA1 L TS 10 SENIORS
11111 I3CFUHlidn StUf.Iuti
112 W. Huron St. N. S. Phone 119
AN XMAS GIFT OF MANEK'S CAN-
DIES
will be gladly received by sweetheart.
wife, mother oc babies. Everyone loves
our delicious, pure and high grade con-
fections, and a gift box or basket will
aid in making the holidayn happy and
full of nweetness for the rectpient. Oar
prices will enable you to make a hand-
some gift at a reasonable cost.
200 East WSashington Street.
3ac Sooth State Street.
Alum Clocks I
,14 Warranted for 1 Year
$1.00
Win. Arnold, Jeweinr
The Most Comrplete
in, c o1 Losvney Chlroates in thi
city coo be found it Tuttle's

the plan of consolidating the variolls
athletic asosociationo was adopted. At 338 SOUTH STATE STC
the head of the new association wvill
be a board composeid sf alumni an-S 0 M. MAHTIN,
undergraduates whichs will lie an e.1- FUNERAL
ecutive comnmittee consisting of the ( DIR C O
captains, managers and assistant ma- RE TO
agesof te diferet tems, hichIotibalmning a specialty. No. 2(095. 4th
aces o tse iffret tams slliliAve. Ambulance night andl cay. It o-
ovill arrange aSSlnmeets sod gaues. 1 idence 302 Fifth lve.

See te "P TAN"Patent Leather
Oxfords for Dress Wear 110 E. Huron St.
EssI [ sp C3Eat _=T Sar
UA vr idIEOH ITRE Eble n I v 63Erst Wistotllia1m 1SIeet Fin
EeyKn E OC O IET FunPsersl iDrstoo U pellSiy ust onl lolstn I z . i nc
KMi,inAE M , ' MsnochkDieteele, Lody Assistasnt. Coflow butiling atAldinldls
otPSon e Be .19 olunN u .Lset t leoeoesl Shoe S h op n. a n
too St., Ann Arbor. ForthAse BsIh Phons12.a L m et 1
WE PATRONIZE GOODYEAR'SDRGSTE

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