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October 07, 1899 - Image 3

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THE U.NIVERiSITY O- MAICHIGAN DAILY.

in TYLJSH
And Up to Date SHOE
MICHIGAN CENTRAL SCC our FiuC DisLIU 01

o1 etm -ANAN SHOE S Etc..
OODSPEED'S
J3 ~19 South Main Street.
fdarm Clocks SI,
L S H IRTS LT.eof 11.ies 50c to s i) o . Fine
Watc Reairig aSpecialty.
KSWEAR and , L. CH IPMANJ EWLL .R,
VESOUR PHOTOS
OF (JNDE-RWEARIN THE CIT'. . A R E
---- PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
& - ~g RIYSTBearrman Studio
t , . -,.i.- J.. .

GThe Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL. STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effet June 23, 1899.
D~etroit Night Express......555A. X
Atlantic Esp'eco............7 48"
}randIRapid- Expres.._......11 10"
Mal and Pxpresa............. 3 7 P.te.
Ro lstIo Special....... 58
Fat Fa tern............. 943"
Mall andtExpress..... ....... 940 A. lt.
lo-tn Y.sand Chicao ...... 748"
Fat Wir"te n Expres...l.... 1 8.
0.1 R. ad Kal. Expr:es........5045"
ChicaoNg-htExpresst......... 943"
ftlfic5 Enipress.............. 12 30 A.,M
0. W RUGGLES, It. W HAYES,
. P. & T Agt, Chicago. AgI' AnArbor.
&OITD STEMoS111T Z.117mss,
TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, Sunday, May 21, 1899.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand-
durd Time.
SOUTH NORTH
*WNo. -.- ,.25A n No. 1.- 9.0 A.
No. 2.-li: 7 A. M. 'No. 5 -1lz:30 P. M1
No. 4.- 8.430 P. M. No. 3.- 45 P. n.
x' 0.-)9.09 P.M. t"101.--9:05A 5M.
-tRun Sunday only.
*11?5, btween Ann Arbor and Toledo only
All other trains dally except utnday.
E. S. GILMO~lR, Agent.
W H. BENNETT. G. p. A
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
Cars leave for Detroit and Ypsilanti
every half our, begitnning at 6:45 1. Dl
until 8:15 p. a last car for Dertroit
11:10 tt. m, Waiting room, co:rnor Ann
And MalD oto.;l Detroit, bib Giriswold st.

F AL1
NEC
GLO
THE BEST LINE

WA'IN 5TRE-lETfv IVK

Albiotln ati WorItlResumed.
Michilgan:%-. \lhion ol:day at 3 p. mx. Worek boo again b~een comtnced on
Tiekets to t 1w six rema~inin:g Dome the campus w~ell. The boulder which
gamen to Atletic Aosociotion m:embherscauex h ea asscesul e
for $1.50. cse ~ eo cssc~o:lyr
______movd by the menets of dynamtile. Al
Arthur H. Covecct,'94,S t6, has opened pirsent the well is nin~ety-two feet deep.
a lawoff1ice::, she C s:naber oftCoi- 7Thut far no veins of watler of any men-
mecee buildingc in Ditroit. tion hove beenstsruck.
If you wanat to put a piaosIn your The top of "iso well is one foot in di-
room and think you cant do it, don t ameter, which decreases 00 the dlepth
depend ots your owen judgment wholly. of the well increases. The smalest di-
Ask Ann Arbo:r Music Co., Washington aseehssvr ilb ih nse
st., about it.
--. - --- _--- The drill th~at is being used is about
Careful people keep their goodo in- eight inehes wide at the bit and is about
lured against fire. Studento should do
likoewise. L. D. Casrr gives good rates four and one-hlsf feet log, and fasten-
in: good complatnies. -s1 ed to the dtrill io an icon bar thirty-sev-
Wna1ted.=Yo~usngtoan to do a fesv es feef long and four incrhes in diarne-
liours' work ecol day. Inquirce 730d . ter, and to this a two and one-half inos
Tswelfth st. -.

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1 12 Weat Huron St
State Phone a1a.
BICYCLES STORED
FOR TIE WINTER
At the low role of3
25 censts per months
LEON SHAW, - 117 E. Ann St.
AT STAMLtB'S ARI SMO.E
NOVELTY Framesan
New "Alobaster Statuary"
Beautifulin Finishand very
Ari stic.
PROMPT ATTENTION IVEN TO OUR WORK
S ABLER'S ART STORE,
New State IPsone 173,. 3117 Soutthhn bAve.
MONEY LOANED
O1 Wiochets, D0 s sod, WSioelo or usher Per-
s:: llPtopety.
WATC DES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED
111icr at re-idtenee, c3:310. Libserty S:., tinAr-

There will be a prsorans party at the
University School of Dasncinsg tonighst.
Music by Mozart Orchestra.
howard hats at Wadhamno, Ryan &
Rteule. hosetisal oss the tmarkhot at 9.00.
260-202 S. Main st.
Lst-A red cruoh hat, in tise rsh
Fridlay evetning. Finderreetorts to
Richard F:runiti711 Callseriest., andl
receive reward.

about three fee t ansd then allowed to
fall, th~e blows bieing ma~de in qick 1uc-
session. Thle purplose of the nell io 10
furnish pucre soft woter fur the estire
canmpso atd in atllerbability the swell
will hsave to: be sunk to a depth of near-
ly threee thousaosd feet.
For Renst-Two large rooms sustable
for house keoeping, 21d S. Ingalls st.

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All tnen deoiring to play on the 1901 Studetsuare cordially invited to in- bore,Mich. Al:lsssins-econfid:entiasl. 'lHouso,8
claso teatm be otn the campus by the tetsecmlt ite csis vr oll1:3O ao. at o 3:30 and os1:p . in.
AT E S H AT E gymnansium daily for practice. ;costs, nmen's furnishings and hats. EarginitnStecond-hantivatclhe st i Ohmnda.
The otipasie dveloimet ofifDEAD THE DAILY.
Thecomosie dvelpmet o 10h Shortly after half-post eleven 1last
claso is 22 14-23 per cent. T'he comnposite night as J. E,. Ferris, 'OOPh., was leov-
of the average Amheest stusdensttfo: the ing Tuttle'o he ssapproa~ched by a ~ h
[W E OMECN at20yasi 0 e et o ti v-small gro~up of students. As they near- hine
MODY EWEK OCT. 2. dnth~sa ve u fehmen passthe sd him he esenclein npyia eeo-grouped his hat and said illuvu
-- meet. "~~Any bodsy w55: I t is toget my hot seWarnedfr1Per
Issent, _______________ get a rock,' Thsereupon sne of theis:,Wranefo1Ya.
JONAltM LI' eoidence property in Asnn Arbor is a M. 1G. Spaoding, GeOL, mnade a motion is.5 $1 .C 0
goo investnment. Itosuiy specialty, L if to seisoc hisuhot, and Feesris hit hissi m Arno d edn
IMPERIAL STOCK CO. D. Carr, Saving's Honk Block, with one of the istone ecridibs Yitt O/ _ n ld Jweley
pociket, cuttingtgishetad open. DrBur
'rho rumor that the Forest Inn has tosok three stitches in the wo1015. 'T U 1 i L E' S
moved or chansgedi hands io entirely er- Asde fromsntlho rut in the 0leshSpuai
TONIGHT tuneous. Under the soase matnagemlenit isg didl sot ouffer serious injury, Dem-
Sand at the some adidress, 6t0 Forest seve. onsrt tono against Ferris were storted
o R Vu uu it is piepared to maintain its standing by th~o seor by, but betterc ounsc
Y unu a~~s one of the leading boarding houses prevailed and he was left is go homeLn- B O
PPLRPIE,1,2,AO3CET. of Ann Arbor. unmsolested. Is at 338 S. State Street.

% O I d Ns LIM-0 V Is / .~ / CL . /e ! .. ,[sl._ l ' J /G
PURITAN SHOES ALL STYLES, ALL SIZES, $35
110 EAST HURON ST.
TJ ALDEvery Kind aENOCH ILILIL E , Eualer andlre
aloW'aohln- , lVentscblcr, tbe Ph~otographer. I Mrs. Enonh Dleterle, Lady Assitant.
BohPoe o8 14WWsig IonnSt., Ann Arbor. t No. 116 E. LIberty street. Renidence 583 0
-- ~ Fourth Ave, Both Phone s1lO.

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WE PATRONIZE GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE.

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