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May 14, 1900 - Image 3

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THE UNIVERSITY DIr MAICHIGAN\ DAILY.

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JUST A STEP AHEAD IN STYLE-NEVER IN PRICE.
JHI L DE B RA ND TENEAIO
a 120 WASHINGTON ST.

MlICHIGAN CENTRALa
',The Niagara Fails Route.'
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect Apri1 19, 1899.
Detroit Night Exprces...........555 A. at.
Atlantic Expressa..............7 45
Grand SRapids Expresse...... i....1t1o
Mail and Express...a.........347rP. x.
N. Y. Boston Special ............. 5
FastfEastern...............9 3
Mail and Express-.c ..........840 A. aM.
Boston, N. Y.and Cicago.SD""-" .92
Fast W estern Exress .......1 38SP. x
G.R. andKal. Expresso.........54
Chicago NghtExpres..........59 43
Ptacifc Eapress...............12 30 A. M.
Steaamship Tickets, alt Classes, to and front
European poitt at lowest rates. Fall infor-
mation on application.
0. W. RUGGLES, H. W. HAYSo.
G. P. r& T. Ag't, Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor.
TIME TABLE
Taking iEffect,ISunay, 3May 2t, taoa.
Trains leave Aaa Arbor by Central Stad-
ard Tine.
SOUTH NORITH
*No. 6.- 7:25 A. nM. No. t.-- 0:50 A. 1t.
Na. 2,-I1:SOA. at. 'No. 5- 12:00 . 5L
No. .- z:35e. ,i. N o. :3.- 4d156P. >.
iNo. 102-8:05 a,. at1. TNo. 101-9051A. 3I.
*Ruon betwec Ana Arboc and Toledo oaiv
All trains daily ectSunaday.
tSonays only.
E. S. OILNIOIIE, Ageat.
W H. HENNIIT 1cG. P. A
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
Cars leave for lDetrott and Ypsilanti
every half' oor, aeginning ait 7:15 a. m.
until 7:45 p. n1i After that to Detroit
at 8:45 p. to., 9:45 p. mo. and 11:15 p. m.
Waiting roam, corner Ann and Mlain
ata. ;Detroit, 1I1I(Griswold at.
60 t i COUPON NO. ONE.
Thscouaponopereente oorConduc-K
aor withaaFirst Cl as lookt ra dngany
distace000verceWabash Rairoadsil
entitle aolder so a freer aeat iaour Palatial
Recolining Chiri Cart. The reria daily I
service o anBufaalo, Niagara Fala, New
Yeah City, Kanasas City, St.Leouisanad all
locl points. BreaktastAnaa Arbor-bray
per St. Louas. waai t 1
R. S. Greeodea, Il. P. A.,
91 Adamas SI., Chiago, Ill.
HOCKING VALLEY RY.
4 TRAINS DAILY 4
Between Toledo and Columbhos, usaiag Union
depot in both cities.
Through Sleeper to Washingonand Baltimore.
GREAT REAILROAD
THE HOCK(ING VE1LLEY
Wite
L. W. LANDMAN,
11 W. Fort Si, Detroit.

1Reu~ch~v, te il'hotoraper. THE BEST MAKES OF
la ltclr theE(IbatuIIalIa al

SCKLEEDE'S
_____TEMPORARY
BINDER'
l00 8TUDBNT3 WfINTWD
Dig Profits. Quaickl Sales. A good way to maeonoey tis suommer.
F. SCH LEEDE, - - - - - 340 South State
The Fine Tiailoring
Trade of the City.
BURCHFIELD, 106 EAST HURON STREET
Anlnual Meetiag American Collegiate in se-creta ry,rIa arc N.IParce
Alumnae Dtroit Branch. A\Iriiar r 1 aistataecretairy, liia
RcanT: a aTo rrara1110.1EAR sii rat- i .1.5. DXlry . or, Mar Iiciganr,93;
Sipecita lal l: rrrcrcic l ac toth U :O0 iretrsNirI IS. N'sGrawairN tasr,
Darily: 6IraAl and raslrocsr, lircago; 89;
Detrcoit, N li., :l 1 a.-Atthiecaanalrs Nh a \ .LJerrannn s trcianair89,p;Miss
meectirag ofithilA.C. NA. Siaclday, f.NyL t Os115151 Bai rattai89;MissA. _lI.
13. reptsowerc rd ariathc a riorra Briarl:,11 Nicast 8; iB. C.
csrrrrrrttca -tt .tliirll reat lpcogresaa \\ citralas c slcslc 99.
and1ancxcellenrt founa~ioafr t corn- ITe recepiona toihigha schl ei orchiis
rag yctar. cligiable ico colegca, friom:: rcDetroit
Theereary wiel lxresasdte a i gh 111 lrr sholslaactd11rvtlcol::toantarhea
of orcDctcrait bachl rcing tiasilttrhial: slllil act tractealchtonlat 1aon-1
yeair as tainIag arc:: twofrolul. 1st.TOtiars, iOsso Lowcll, Tccercuse, Ypit-
further Ilhe intrccts of theo genra~l ,atra: at. Jotaohnad ar:Arbocraat
soci aliianlay co-operation tr with ts:ans.ratiar:ughally enjoyablletraffair.Abrout twvo
21n11. Tc cxtctrtlifluenrrcrrccof oat:htnredlasa awe r na tratdace ataricnjoyced
bcranchlaktiinag it, aIthc chaicraoalts:eIcIassrmingll hospitralli~ty extencdcc. lila
thc prrgcrmrcommrrite aexesed it, "Atdiigroomrans: ntas tefucllly clccoctatcrd arna
cefincd Ibcautiilrexponencat ofi wcattcol-i et re a o faaa.cthenrolinag tale ains a'
loge ome rcarec." Durcing theacrcac0r11largae roacttermadetap of nane orals cop-
aice-presidenta, lMias Gelstonr, ad 001 aescentiang thre differenat colleges retpreasent-
tasiastantaecrettary,'Mrs. lDrakelof tAtnn:111cc a:ia orUstroit branchr. Yeltowandtro
Arblor, Ia:::c argatrizes lie Ar:n:Arbo locneam~s for lMichigra, Vtissarsrose
Alumnaeinato a body similar to thre De- actor ay Bryn a w ar's yellowc and
troil branach. Duiring talast1:w0o0.ya acwhite, Samith's wnhite, Oberlina's red and
the Detroit branoch lai increosed in 1m01n1 yellow, Wetlesleys bloc, and Cornell'n
bershlip froiaa55 to 1oo of whtom a67 are0scarlet and awhitle. Theitebralinsof mnsc
froam Michig~aUniversity, a6 friar::below farnrihed tiame to enjoyabale odanc-
Viassar, whiale Saaith, Chaicago, NWelleslsy, iang 01nthne sconld floor. Everyone Irres-
Syracucetad Oberlian eacha coantribatelent11seee th orou~ghly 1o entjoy ameetng
two of their graduoatels, Dryan Mawor I, those froam thetae r~iotuascols anaad cot-
aac B~aranardl College i. Sevean laeetilags coos
have heel: held trotugh~out tile year with ____________
an average attendance of 50. - 301 MICHIGAN, ATTENTION!I
Thse folowing officers of thae assoeia-
tioan wcore elected t Presidenat, Miss Mary There wsill Ire a meetiag at thse Armnory
B. Muoi:ford, Vassar, 94: wootakoes ther toaigh~t at 8 o'clockc.
A. it. degree at Harvard this June aand is COMMITTEE.
en~gaged 1q leac: English at te Siggell
Homse anal Day Sechool this comting yeiar;t Athletic Association Minstrels1
vice-president, Mirs. J. L. Markley, Mich-1 tonight at the Athaens Theatre.

Snoh at Josephallalsan's, Wan emb
q{ andlBrunosareaonsale at t Sa
SdlaoforloMusI6 8toa
~W. Liberty, onlya2doos fom Mac'sorner
fIve You
senoar PORICELAINS? Fiwar
thinag or t-onalyp Iclacinthe
atasher ccanget lbem.
SPEFGIIL FRATES TO S[NIOR~
1116 B~rur11a1Stili)
112 W. Huran SI. N. S. Phane IP
A MOST EXQUISITE TOOTH PASTE
Whitens, beautifies, anti prceowoaiesot
teoth.
ANTISEPTIC AND VERY PLEASING TO-TH "E'
TASTE.
All droggisto 25 ces, or by malt o rpoot.
receipt of price.
C. S DENT & CO., Detroit, Mich,
Prisvate leseons ia dancing by S ,Nra
Me-. Hoas Grarc.-Leson:tr an
ajoactoe horc, ยง11.S. Ialic:, Rs--
dentce and Academty on Mlaynard St
READ THlE 1)AL.X-
Win.dArnldersfo
The toat Complete Line o.
LOWNEY
CHOCOLATES-
In the Cityecaa be faowns
TUTTEI'3
338 S. State St .
O. M. MARTIN,,,
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
Embalming a specialty. No. 209 St. 4tit
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Re-
deuce 302 Fifth Ave.

jh itr $tor's ft 3 5.
SPRING SfJOES AIND ac u idw.. UO T
OXFORDS NOW INWac ouWidw...10 .HRO S.
TeENOCH DIETER LE Embalmer and U iost 613 East William Street
RUp Mr. nchDitel, ad Asstnt o awbulFa, llkid
Na. 116Th 9.FuLibertyreStreet.veesidencestISnS-law lftilock west "a'nd a
t ABE et nohDitelLayA S hoeat.Shop of repaira done . a d l 3 i NEsaS"TS~GIN o 2Fn iet tet 3 G atly danefj
OUS~IANEBS 8fiI8F~~lO. Ftet Ay, Bah Panelfi, Soe E La.,..1.J Pifu,

WE PATRONIZE G00DYijrR'5 DRUG STOR-E

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