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March 23, 1900 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-03-23

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THE UNIVERSITY QJMICHIGAN- DAILY. .:
HATS that are strictly np-to-date-Those new Golf shapes are. very
firSwagger" both in style and-colors-raw or bound edges-$2 to.
Sole agents KNOX, STETSON ,and "VARSITY " HATS-Tbe ones
that are always a step ahead of others in style and quadiy
G0OBSPEED'5
117 Q. M I STREET

MICHIGAN CENTR~AL,
".The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taing Effect November 19, 1899.
Detroit Night Express ......551A. a.
Atlanti ,iEx ressa............74
asnd RaisExpress:.. .... t11
Mall and Express. .......... 4p P.x
N. Y. Boston Special ............45
Fast Eastern...........94311
Mailt and Expesse.... .....9 40A. M.
Boston, N. Y. and Chicago...... is1
Fast Western Eapress.. n .....i1 NP. a.
G. E. and Kat. Express.an ......15 45
Chicago Night Express...S... di4
Pactfic Express..............it N0 A. a.
Steamaahip Tickeets, nit Classes, co and feem
European points at lowest rates. Fall Infor-
mation on application.
o.W. RUGGOLES. H. W.'HaYaa,
G.P.'& TAg't, Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor.
TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, Sunday, May 21, 1899.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand.
ard Time.
SOUTH NORTH
*No. 6.- 7:25 A. Mi. No. .- :66 A. M0.
No. 2-11:30 A. Mt. aNe.6.-12:30 a'. x.
No. 4.- 0:30 aP. is. No. 3.- d:56 P. a.
'Run betwec Aen Arbor and Toledo only
All trains dally except Sunday.
R. S. GILMORE, Agent.
W H. BENNRTT. G. P. A.
Detroit, Ypsilanti andi Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
Care leave for Detroit and Ypsilanti
every half our, neginning at 7:15 a. m,
unti'_ 7:45 p. in.; After that to Detroit
at 8:45 p. in., 9:45 p. im. and 11:15 p. mn.
Waiting room, corner Ann and Main
ss.; Detroit.,lit1(Griswold ot.
ITENNESSEE
Ax ideal Spring Vacation pr i
WABASHS RAILROAD to St. Louis,
Mississippi Riser by boat to Cairo, thence
f Obio River to Paduaol, tbence Tenneooee
River to Florence-An ideal spring trip
to famosxbattlefieldo-Goldenopaposetsu-
cities foerreeb-Good cosmpany-
Splendid scnery-Two wees of pleasure
Soo lpiletone. Wiefrcrua-
Stetlitl mn. Wisteceoo.
R. S. Greenowood,15i. P. A.,
Wabsnl i. R.
97 Adams It., Ch~icago, Ill.'
HOCKING VALLEY RY.
4 TRAINS DAILY 4
Between Toledo end Columbus, asing Colon
depot in ballh cities.
Through Sleeper to Washiogtoand Baltimore.
GREAT REAILROAD
TH-E HOCK(ING VEILLEY
Wri te
L. W. LANISMAN.
11 W. Fart St. Detroit.

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l1Rentschler, the libotographer. noisd
-- - - _ Such as Josph Bohmaa'n, Washbuarn's
R O M E IE L and Bruno'sare onsale at the
I:S&ha6DorIc MUSIC Store
IW. Liberty, snip 2 doors from Moct's Cneaee
The Fine Tailoring H v o

Trade of the Ciy

BURCHFIELD, 106 EAST HURON STREET
"A HOT OLD TIME" TONIGHT. Oratorical contest tonight in
Tonighti will be lattgltingtnighst as the University Hall att 7:45 sharp.
Athenss thseatre becattse of "A Hot Old
Titte.' Sttnce its presentatiaot intshiis city Biblical Sclections for Begincers itt
the coteedy hsas beetn c-written by Gee. Germsan is thes:ille of a smsall bottle by
N. SCoins, a bright and trechlattwriter, Warrett W. Florer. instructor its German
atsd its its presettt slate, it is "prottised whiicho sas jest bcen published by George
that it is brighter attd fuettier thats ever. Wahr ef Atst Arber. Besides tile selee-
Unlike moest se-called farces, '.A Hot liens the beak cetains qustsionts for
Old Titsscposeses' a plot, the story of drill its speakintg antdswritinsg attd in
swhicit is a pleasitsgelse prettily told atsd
dlelightfttlly conluaded. It overflosa gramsmsar.
tritis brighst dialogtue andtsirths-provok-SA BYS
ng situatios, is ttade tip of distitsct,SA BOS
imspressive choaracters and moves witis When down town call at the Newe
unsretarded activity. Thsroughtoutt thse Cigar Store, ii6 East Huron street., for
piece are ittrodttced a ntttsber of te a fine line of pipes, tobacco and cigars.
latest tmsssical sumtbers, ensemsbles ansdlW. XV. DAVIS, Prop.
highs class vaudeville acts.
Thse cotspatsy itsclttdes sttchs sell Howard hats at Wadhaina, Ryan 4.
knsowts funt-mlakers as Bats Gradey, Rcolo. Boot hat on the market at
Fran:k \Wessons, J. F. Lester. J. Claytoss $1.00. 200-20 2 S. Main st.
Frye, Frank MIorrell, Jacek Darlintsgots,
Atda B. Bttrnett, Flora Evatss, Lottie -MICHIGAN CLUB COURT.
WValters, ltee" Franchlossnetti Sisters, Thte'Mielsigan club coutrt, No. k, holds
Elitter Blantclhardl and :others. its elections of officers Sattrdaty msornsing
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN-A it Fractice Couryt Rootm at 9 a. tit.
tisoroughsbred crown wsaterspaniel, wshite U. of H. banners large and small can
breast, otte white pasw, spotted nose, be obtained or weill be made to order at
wearing a cellar marked, E. Gertrude 320 5Sl ate st. Mrs. Fingerle.
Irish, 1501 Fortage si. Finder return to __________
933 Forest ave., atsd receive reward. A very paitnful atttl what msighlt have
beets a seriotts accidetchappened yester-
The Ann Arbor Muaic Co. have lay aftertsoots at thse gyms. Marshtall
soine inducementa to offer stun. yons a secosnd setmester freshmtsan frotm
dents on table board; also one suite ILtditngtotn, wsile playitsg aithsthse tedi-
of rooms. eite iball wvas knocked 1tottse floor, strik-
insg on thse side of his hsead. He re-
Professor Robert 'M. Woenlcy, iseadlofstaittedelseless for about ats loutr dtr-
tse departlmetnt of phislosophy' of te itng svhichstimse te gashs cut in isis scad
Uttis rsitv wsill give thse setmi-cetstentsial bytyhie fall svas attendcedi 1o Iy Or.
cotsmetseet adtdress at Oberlins ual- Spitzley. It requlired thsree stitchtes 1o
lege Julne 37. Thse sttbject wshichiseis sadtraswte paris togethser. Last eveninsg
chsosets for, this occasions is the Fortsa- lhe was restinsgswell ansdsvill probably
ibos of Ideals. ite about sortly.
Studentn are cordially invited to in- '0 LA NOIE
m.eet our comnplete linles of suits, ever- All catndidates for '01 lass baseball
coasx, men's furnishings and hats. teatsshatsdlits natmes at ontce.
Wadhams, Ryan - Reule, S. Main st. SULLIVAN, Cataits.
NOTICE. M. B. il1esiter, '0i, law, a player ott last
I save room for a few isore boarders. year's 'Varaity baseball scaandte a sein--
Excellent beard. Also a cooysuaile for her of this year's squad was strttckeott
rent at late rate. Only twso blocks from te forearns yesterday, in the cage. by a
campus. satted ball. Thte insjury will nsecessitate
MISS DECKER. isis carryitsgIis artmsits a sling for a tess
725 S. Twelftth St. days bttntotitng tsore seriousts hath iat
Formerly of Forest Inn. is feared.

seen axe PORCELAINS? Fis
thing out-oenty place in the cipg
whbre you can get them.
SPE5GIIL RfIT[S TO SENIOR~S
The)I5Grpuau Studllso
112 W. Huron St. N.S. Phone 119
A'~gent for3
k Tribuse, Stearsand Barnes Bicy-
clen. Renting and repairing of all
kinds. LEON SHIAW,'
117 EAsn t. 9
Typewriter Copying
Osaly Ik~e per 100 Words.
SCHOOL OF SHORTHANDY
70)7 N. UNIVERSInTY AVE.
GRANGER'S
SCHOOL OF DANCIN1
Private or slats lessons given. Special.
rates made Car bxlanceof season. Ysu
coo join the classes at any time.
ACADEMY on MAYNARD ST..
READ TIIE DAILY.
,.dl Do aldsrKens
Sale. Cashfo
Old Cold. and
Slvser.
Win. Arnold, Jeweler
The Most Complete Line of
LOWNEY
CHOCOLATES;
In the City ean ho found.
TUTTLB~'8-
338 S. State St.
0. Me MARTINI..
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
Embalming a specialty. No. 200 S. 4~
Ave. Ambulance night and day. lse-
dence 302 Fifth Ave.

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PURIAN SHOl5_iS
For SPRING Arriving Daily.
Don't Fail to See the
DOUBLE SOLE OXFORDS 10Es
10You will Weant a Pair.:Huron ste3

IA~D~ The ENOCII DIETERLE, FPmalerDlesa as nehsfhic wn
Epaaiectr 6dUivriy13 East w ws
Mrs. Ensch Dialerie, Lady Aasitant. 01 isas lauin.Auhid
Bl Ns. iie E. Liborty treet. Residencsn6a3 Soe8 S ofntrepairiag neatlydoe
OUflRfIM158 fiTt8PeAOTI0N. ' ourth Aye, Both Phoneasiin. , 0 .Lambera

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