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March 16, 1900 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-03-16

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY. a
A SPRING TOP COAT-AND WANT THE,
SYLE-FIT AND FINISH OF ONE MADE.
IAIA NO ORDER--WE HAVE THEM-LET US
SHWYOUJ-$$12.00 TO $20.00 A A it~
iAlways Safe Here on Stles and Quality. G00DSPEED'S

I

MICHIGAN CENTRAL.
",The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Takinog Effect Novemaber 19, 1899.
Detroit Night Express ...........5 55 A. X
Atlantic Express .........7 45"
Grand Rspids Exprrss .........11 10
Mailansd Express .........347P. x.
B. Y. Boston Special ............4 58"
Foot Eastern ...........9 43
Moilt adExpress. .........59 d0 A. i
Boston, N. Y. sod Chicago.........818
Fast WesernoExpress..........1 38P.
G.ER. aod Bal .Exprers......545"
ChsicaoaNight Express.........09 03
Pacific Express..............10 30 A. M.
Steamship Tichets, all Classes, to and from
Eurepen points at lowest rates. Fall lnoe.
1100 ..n UPa aicaico.
0. W. RUJGGLES, IH. W. HAYES,
G.P. & T. Ag't, Chicago. Ag't Asn Arhor.
13.N17 STEMS =ii Z=N E3S;
TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, Sunday, Mtay 21, 1899.
Trains leaee Ann Arbor by Central Stand-
ard Time.
SOUTH NORTH
ENo. .- 7:25 A. M, No. 1.- 0:56 A. M.
No. 2-11:30 A. N. *No. 5-11:301. m,
No. .- 0:30 P. Ai. No. 3.- 4:50 Po.
*Run hetwee Ann Arbor and Toledo only
All trains dally except Sunday.
N. S. GILMORtE, Agent.
W H. BENNETT. H. P. A.
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
Cars leave for Detroit and Ypilanti
every half or, beginning at 7:15 a. so.
untiO 7:45 p. 50.1; After that to Detroit
at 8:45 p. in., 9:45 p. so and 11:15 p. so.
Waiticg room, corner Ann and Main
ate.:Detroit, 111 G(siwold t.
BREAKFAST - ANN ARBOR
SUPPER - ST, LOUIS, MO0.
WABASH - FAST TRAINS ,
FREE - CHAIR CARS
R.tS. Greenawood,15M. P. A., Chiceagos
HOCKING VALLEY RY.
4 rTRAINS DAILY 4
Between Toledo sod Columebus,udn Union
depot is both cctie.
Tbrough Sieeper to Woehiatoc and Baliore.
GREAT RAILROAD
THE HJOCKING V(1LLEY
Write
L. W. LANDMAN,
11W. Fort St, Detroit.

l~entscterTth BEET MAKES OF
Mandolins afl
Guitars
I-I I DEuc as Joseph Ilohatos's, Washbsen's
W~dlaerw e MusIG Storo
W. Liberty, only 2 doors frsom Macbas Coeus
The Fine Tailoring H-ave You

Trade of the City.
BURCHFIELD, 106 EAST HURON STREET

For Fair Virginia Tonight.
A play that has soot with an unin-
terrupted career of oucceos is Mr. Ross
Whiytal's drasoa, 'For Fair Virginia,"
in which the aulthor will ho neon at tho
Athens theatro tonight.
This play has Leeonovorywhero pro.
pounced oce of the very boot opeci-
soens of Amlerican authorohip, and its
tender hoart interest, ita stirring inci-
dents and its strikcing characteriza-
tisons4 both eootional and comic, can.
not fail to appeal to all classes of the-
atre goero.
Mr. Rosas Whytal appears to a tight
comedy part, and the cosopany is
iseaded by such able people as Miss
Mabel Knowless, Miss Angeline S.
Pullis, Mr. C. H. Uelda rt, Mtr. Charles
Haiton, Mr. dos. Dingeon, M~r. Jas.
Melville, Mr. Alex Stewart, Mr. Geon.
W. Walters, Mr. Claude i. Cooper, Mr.
Myadart Starin and that exceptionally
clever child, Little Isabelle Harriscall,
who has a very iuportant character,
and helps soake the play especially at-

Changes oif Good Government Club
Dates.
The lecture which Hon. Don M. Dien:-
inoon, of Detroit, was advertised to
-ire 3 efore the Good Usvornrne.:t cia
tonight has been postponed until next
sonuth. Prof J eresoiah UW. Jensik will
address the clsibsin March 30th, At.
torney General Monnett on April 4tht,
and Senator Henjasoin Tillsoan on
April 28th.
Students are cordialily invited to in-
erect our evlmisonil i,:esofo suits, over-
coals, men's furnishings and hats.
Wadh a, Ryan - Menlo, S. Main at.
ORA'TORICAL CONTEST.
The following soen will represent
their classes in the oratorical contest
to be .eid next Friday evening,
March 23: C.urch, '00, Hoicand, '00,
Maxey, '02, M~ontgoniery, '00 law,
Shoyer, '01, and~ Zimmoers, '00 lawe.

coea our PORCELAINS? Floe
thing ot-sonly place is the etrs
where you con get them.
SF'[GItIL 1RUES 10 SENIOR~S,
Il1) B6PurudIIStudiou
112 W. Huron St. N. S. Phone 119
ATHENS THEATRE
FRIDAY, MARCH 16,
Mr. Rus sWhytal presenta
For Fair Virgini
PRICES, - 25, 35, 50,. 75, $1.00
Satas cc sale Wadnesday,
GRANGER'S
SCHOOLOFD A NCING
Privatecoseclasslesscnsgivn.SOp ias

tractive to iladies andceilidren. SAY soys I omj i luc elsevs cc n scy si va
A now line of Manhattan Shirts When down town call at the New IACADEMY an MAYN ARD STS
just in at Wadhasos, Ryan & Route. Cigar Store, 116 East Huron street., for_________________
See theml, S. Main ot a fine line of pipes, tobacco and cigars.
______W. W. DAVIS, Prop. READ THE DAILY.
Spcatae oadht a ahmRa M egining April z, Ills Daily will ho Rcule. Host hat on the market at 6 1d
delivered thc rcimaisdcr of the year for $3.00. 200-202 5. Stain t anoolesLo
$1. Thlis cpccial offer is imade in view Sl.Cs o
of tile heavy baseball schedule whicih The junior laws are making quiite ex- Old CclJ uzd
Stlichigatl will carry, and to whlich the tensive plans for their banquet to be S ler.
Daily wiii give particular attention. Any- held Thsursday evening, Starch 22. r ol
use wcho is 1101talready a subscriber to W in.,Ar ol j
the paper atnd wishes in beep a lioc us The Ann Arbor Music Co. have _ eee
the team, its prospects aitd work, will do some inducements to offer atu- The MostCmleLieo
well tn lake tip tis exceptionally lute dents on table board; alan one aulte .1CmltLino
offer. Names smay be sent in nose; de- of rooms. LOWNEY
livery swill start April I. -127 C O O A E '
''tRar o ~p5ncat iir m. t-I, HCL

trof. J. H-. Brestoer, of Baldwviii
ave., sill deliver the address at tile
service in Harris hail this after-
110011at1 5 c'cloclc, issuscbject being
"crut::aidlHonlesty." These addresser
ace tttder ite auspices of thle Brother-
hood of St. Aiscrewe.
At the meetinge of the Hoard of Re-
gents held Wednesda y, March 14, -Eu-
gene S. Gilmore was appointed suiper-
intendent of the _. -iveraity hospital to
fill the vacoancy caused by the resigna-
tion of Marry W. Clark.

in., tis week let the contract for fur- Is the City cans 13ecosn
nishine five hundred and fifty opr.
chaiis fos the Saran Casweell Angell T E I ~
sail in thse women's gymnoasiuml. 338 S. StatSt.$
Mlelbi ,Sllle for Spring~-a1tles oivics 'N Q
$3.00. MACKR&CO . M A TN.
Knlv n andlcIt tc Tcsvbtrs IofIPennsyl- FUNERAL
va,1. Jc: sis of Princetoit, an111litffy of R .
Gcorgcetown, fo~ur of thle swsiftest Ittieri- D R C O
s-ut colege sprint~ers, swill run1 illthioo-Embalming a specialty. No. 2- 8}0,H.
Illds splecil,1tolbe helcd at Philadelphlia, Ave. Ambulance night and day. ae-
A.pril 28. dence 302 Fifth Ave.

Wear the PURZITAN $5
10 And You Will Always be in Style
110 EAST HURON STREFT
u~uruu~ EIVflPU DIETEDIE Embalmer and Unve 613 East Willism Street
UAJ4 W -I 11 L( U LL1 F uneral Director nier it njst one-half blocb west Fn
VVIIIIIII't BIIB[R Na.Mrs. Enoch Dieterle, Lady Assistant, S oftyo law building. All bands an a m
Stret. Rsideoefcrepairing neatly done.j
QUf1RfiITEBS SSSTIOsFSGTIQN. J os E ertyret.Phasine S . Sho p r E. Lambert.j P hotos,

WE PATRONIZE G00DYEAR'S DRUG STORE

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