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March 01, 1900 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-03-01

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THE UNIVERSI'TY OF MICH IAN DAILY.
JUST A STEP AHEAD IN STYLE-NEVER IN PRICE.
HILDEBRAND THE NEW TAILOR10WAHNTNS

MICHIGAN CENTRAL.
,,The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect Novenaber 19, 1899.
D~etroit Night Express ...........5 55A. M.
Atlantic. Express............ 745 4
Grand Rapids Express .........11 10 1
Mall acd Exprecss........3 47P. a.
N. Y. Boston Spcciai ............4 58
Fast Easterna.............. 943"
Mall and Expres........... 940A. M.
Boson, N. Yad Chicg........8 18 1
Fast Wstern Exprcss .......1 38P. ot.
G.ER. and Kal. Express .......5 45
Chicago Night Express ...........9 43
Paciflc Expres.............12 30 A. M.
Steaamship Tlichets, all Claaaes, to and grome
European point at lowest rates. Full infor-
mation oa application.
OW.NUGGLES. H. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T.Ag't, Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor.
TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, Sunday, May 21, 1899.
Trains icave Ann Arbor by Central Stand-
ard Time.
SOUTH NORTH
*No. 6.- 7:25 A. Mx. No. 1.- 8:55 A. MX.
No. 2.-i1:30 A. M. *No. 5.-12:30 r. M.
Nc. 4.- 8:30 P. M. No. 3.- 4:50 r. ox.
*Rua betwecen Ann Arbor and Toledo oaly
All trains daily except Sunday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent.
W H. BENNETT. G. P. A
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
,are leave for Dtroit and Ypsilanti
every half' our, beginning at 7:15 a. in.
until 7:45 p. m. After that to Detroit
at 8:45 p. i1., 9:45 p. mn. aod 11:15 p. mn.
Waiting room, corner Aon and Main
nts. Detroit. lit Griswold t.
BREAKFAST - ANN ARBOR
SUPPER - ST, LOUIS, MO.
WABASH - FAST TRAINS
FREE - CHAIR CARS
R. S. Greenwoocd, M. P. A., Chaicagco
HOCKING VALLEY By.
4 TRAINS DAILY 4
Betweeo Toledo aod Coluso, usiog Colon
depot in both citieo.
Throogh Sleeper to Washington andBaltimoe.
GREAT RAIILROAD
THE HOCK(ING VEILLEY
Writo
L. W. LANDMAN,
11 W.Fort St, Detroit.

p lRentschter, the Plhotographer.

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A GOOD BYE PRICE ON NECKWEAR
75c Ties reduced to 50c
75 and 50c Ties reduced to 39c.
Pajamas, $1.50, $1.75, $2.25, $3.00.
Night Robes, 50c to $'1.50.
SEE OUR LARGE WINDOW DISPLAY, WEDNESDAY.

Main St., and
Liberty.

MfiGK & GO.

Notro Dame has sent seven men to
the A. A. U. indoor meet at Milwau-
kee.
Prof. G. P. Coler returned from Kan.
sax yrsterday. He has born conductiing
bible institutes during the past nionth
at Lawrensce ansd Topeka.
AMERICAN HISTORY PRIZE.
Contestants for the $50 prize should
see me again sooti. I am in Room 8,
Tappan hall every day except Satur-
day at 4:no. The essays must be in my
hands by the eighteenth of March at the
latest.
A. C. MCLAUGHLIN.
MtELBA.
'03 RELAY CANDIDATES.
Candidates for '03 half mile entry and
for relay leans report at the gym. on
Monday, Pebru~ary 26 at 4:45, as trials
wiii then be run off.
W. K. BsROsLEY, Matiager.
The Ann Arbor Music Co. have,
some inducements to offer stu-
dents on table board; also one suite
of rooms.
A eomplete line sf Adler Hess. Oine
suits at Wadtams, Ryan & Reule, 20-.
252 0. Main st.
MELBA.
The last party of the Asscmbly series
will be given at Grangers next Fridlay
night. It wilt be a cotillion andl will be
load by Dr. WV. A. Spitzey antd Ralph
Page.
LOST-Tuesdav on Thompsoii, be-
twreenXWiliamts asduetJfferson:. Roundic
tpurse con:tain:ing some mioney iaid Span~-
sit coiti of groat vatlue to uoser only.
Finider rettirn to 432 Thtonipson: sl., anid
receive reward. 1
-, \uTlICE.
The proiuniary of the relay race scillt
lie told Friday evening at the "Gym."
All class mian:agers must onter their
teamis before Friday morninlg. Enitries
can be loft at the director's office ins the
Gymunasium.

At The Theatre.
Sapho" as beintgtpruduced at W~al-
lacks Theatre, Noe York by Olga Neth-
oriole xwiil be brought tore at the Athens
theatre 0o3 Moniday evonino, March 5.
Interest h~as been aroused in the presen-
tation, first becautse the book has at all
times 1b001 the nieans of arounsitng discus-
sioni, atid secondly because of the curi-
osity as to how Mr. Clyde Pitch has
treated the work and again since its first
production there has been every sort o
controversy. It seas some three or four
years ago Iliact Miss Nethersole came to
the cottclusiun that "Sapho' was a good
boo01 to make into a play. The produc-
tion to be given here will in every detail
be equal to that as niow being presentedl
itt Noe Yorkianslids~ls Albert Gallatin
and Mr. Pratik Lander wilt play the two
leadin:g ch~aracters that of Patioy Leg-
:::c::i and Jeani Gatussiti.
MIELBA.
1903 CANDIuiATES.
Canididates for '03 half nule teami or
relay tean illit report at the gytti. fur
trials every aftertnoon of this seeks at
4:45 o'clock.
WV. K. BROMLEY, Mantager.
13.

AlIarmOok
U. of M. Pills 50c to $19b.00: Fisa.
Watch Repairilig a Specialty..
J, 1. CHAPMAN, JEWELER..
206 Main South..
Hiave You
seesnor PORCELAINS ' 7ize
thingot-only ploe in. te eit"
where you eas get them.
1116 BorruwdllStudio
112 W. Huron St. N. S. Pilo-m915~
Athens Theatre
MONDAY, MARL.HCK_
Mises Olga Neth~eroles' Versison '
AatdSAPHO
Aatdby Clyde Pitch. Miss Alberta 4aatfliai
as Fayegrand
Pricea, Gallery 50-75c Lnwerllcor oi-
Seats on Sale Friiy..
Giranger's School of Dan
2nd SemesterX.
Academy on TMaynaro .5t.
READ THE1DAILY.

00 RELAY CANDIDATES. I,,,qk Alnum Ca~b
Candidates for the 'uu relay tamswill : ,- .b
report it: the gymu. daily for practice hoatarntdfr Ya
E. XV. CAsE U inager. $1.00O
TeMichigan branch of the Amuericaut V i;.A r o d, I
Chem::ists alssociatlionlwill hold a special W m.________________
mieetitig at the office of sJr.Prescott a1t he hotst Comptote Lise sf
4 P. iii. tocday. This mieeting is held
itat the MXichigan chiemists tmigt haivieLO NE
the pleasure of rmeetitig Dr. Wilev. of: CHOCOLATES "
XXash:ington~, wxho is here fur the farmi,
ers' itnstitute. tI the City cati e fo-anos
MELBA.__TUTTW U&
Howard halo at Wadhams, Ryain& 338 S. State 3!.
Ecule. Best hat on the market at
$3.00. 200-202 S. Main 01.0.M MA TN.
The Salemm~ie concert to be gixet iI FUNERAL
Neweberry tall St1arch Sib prottises to ( (
be largely attettded. Salenitie, as a vio- D R C O
miist, has lotig sitice "-layed htis wvay Embalming a spcilty.. No. -0 -4tN:
into the hearts of thtose ishIo hiaie hieard Ave. Ambulance night ad d _ en--
hito. idenee 302 Fifth Aye-

~Y0 SAE $1.50
l ZEVERY TIMEZ YOU BUY A " PURITAN""
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TeEOH D E balme r and U ieri 13 EastONilliam Srveet
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W R E ff ER Mre. Esoeh Dieterle, Lady Assistont. J f law huildung. All ktndosg 3~3 ie
NoCH11 TE R LE uea Drno So h of repairing noathy done R an d a '"
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0UIdSTE. FII ouorth Avoe BothPhone s129. S o op E. Lambert.Pht
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