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May 21, 1900 - Image 3

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THE UNIVERSITY Ulu -2IICUIG AN DAILY.
® KN OX, AND ALL THE NEW ONES
OL EFL% INEW BRAIDS, NEW BRANDS
GOODPET

MICHIGAN CENTRALI
" The Niagara Falls Route.'
CEN'TRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect April 19, 1899.
Detroit Night Expresso............555 A. X.
Atlantic Expresso.........7 45
Grand Rapids Expres.......11 10o
Mail and Expressc.........3 47 P. a.
N. Y. EBoton Special ............4 585
Fast Entrrn............S..dl4
Mail and Express........5 40 A. a.
Boston, N. Y. and Chicago.0.. 9234
F'ast WestrnExpress.. .. ...1 38.
G.ER. and Kal. Express.o*......545
Chicago Night Expeess.......943"
Pacific Express..............I12 3SA. M
Steamsihip Tichets. all Clannen, to and fromc
Europenn point at lowest rntes. Fall infot-
mation on application.
0. W. EU'GGLES. HI. W. DIAYcs,
G. P. & T.Ag't, Chicago. Ac't Ann Arbor,
TIME TABLE
Taking Effecte, Sunday, May 2S, 1899.
Trains lae Ann Ariber by Central Slated-
ard Timr.
SOU~ri NORlTHl
*No. .- 7:25 A. M. No. 1.- 0:50 A. l5.
No. 2.-11:3)JA.5I, 'No. 5 -12:30r. s
No. 4.- 9:55P5't. Nosee.- 4:K5P.'.a
iNo. 102-0:0.,5a'. a. iNc. '01-9:03 A. M
aRan htnec Ann Arbor and Toledo oniv
All trains dailly excpt Sunay.
,Sundays only.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent.j
W H. BIENNETT. 5G. P A
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
Cars leave for Detroit and Ypilanti
every half our, ooginning at 7:15 a. m.
until 7:45 p. in.; After that to Detroit
at 8:45 p. in, 9:45 p. in and 11:15 p. us.
Waiting rooa, corner Ann and Main
ste., Detroit. 111 (riawold st.
G UO NO. ONE.
The% oupon preseooledto orCondos-
toes with irsPteClassTicktreading any
distance ov esheWabash Ralrnadsil
entitileodereso a Ire noat in: osuePalatial
ReolininegChaoirCorst. They aeeindaily
[Iservic so Buffalo, Niagora Palt, Nt(so
Yorb Cipy, Kantsas City, St. Louis end all
100a1 points. B~rahfasi AntsArbse-Sop-
pereSt. Louts. Wtai t t
It. S. (Greenswootd, SW. P. A.,
LItA Z, Adoams St., Chicago, Ill.
H OCKI NG VALLEY Ry.
4 TRAINS DAILY 4
Between ''oledo aced Columsbs, using 'nion
depot in hoth cities.
Through Sleeper to Washington and Baltimore.
GREAT RtglL ROAD
TI-IFMOCKING VEILLEY
Wrice
L. W. LANDMAN,
11 W. Fort Si, Detroit.

Fin-

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TIfJE BEST MAKES OF
1Rentzchlev, tbe IP~hotographer. F l
vaffakSuch as Joaephia~ohmna's,W SO j
and Brno'sare on sae he--
W. Liberty, only 2 dooes frons Mach's Cornes

The Fine Tailoring
Trade of the City.

BURCHFIELD, 106 EAST HURON STREETI
SUCCESSFUL FESTIVAL. previous ill'ThisFlying Douechman," did
(Contined foosespoge 1) list appear. Time "Horn Novissima' is
by tse orchsestra, and wsliberlly ar- a reldmife setting of a niedecersl poes. It
plaued slby tse apilsecwos ntr snict tieiges adgivesgrsetprosi-
tiss nmusisianes retainsed tiilbsthelast. sissesti :thebest orchestral effects. .\s
-to. lGeosrge teonl Moore, lessor. naes wehsioslieshe ompolsitionlis regarded tee
Mr. wilm -iles baitoe, wo a e e mst iiorianit yet iproducedlby ass
'Cr Geiiysi uss leeriose. els: cee e~sricane. lieauiseeeswas ihigihly aoe
ipaered iin tse first econcert ofltlisserielospesiveof lieswcrk aind distribueted
aendr _Mr. .\rthucrrK. Hladley, 'elliste, seerseeitshsespartiaely oil solots,schoruis asse
lies sooiists chose eroritaded valretcy io orcstra.ie tihsesvidesse ofithiri
ties eO~ls5lO~ll ~ lb.Mile plebasure. ITsoy seildosmibroke mtsoieavsy
applausse. iTie festival orchestra gaes
slng-ties recitates te an ei, froi the first lelselibsO, Bratiess ""Tragee,'
Speohtr's "Faust," Liebeoisi die .Zarteerltur~e, ,\r. Molleselaisso calling his
Bltett,'caed G. W. Cisaderisiss settineg mseni 1o attentionl abousi fifteens minu~ttes
tee misciof 'tse Englishs ballad, "Youniglater luau exisecteodby thscerowd wheichs
Loeiisrar" aicothebaladrosis isg hadolgatheredi early 25is eqestedss. PTse
Locinvr, aferthebaladrecivng scoeriture is aimpoljsin~g scompositioni, de-
hsansdsoise bouieiuet of carinations fro n iassliig ties utoetst sil. Butsieverv
adbmirers is the auidieisce. Thse singer's tdeiandsi eas slet in the moelst esicianly
poever of symspahletie expresion, to-lmaniner. Then Mr. Sisielev at once
took to. Itotleihuiaer's iplace on tse
gethser cwithsbis richs, rell-trainsedlvoi~co.scosdtitors stansd. limo soloists enteord
gave aisatractio to isis wools cwlech the and "1 he Rhsythsm si Berisaird De -Ior-
auienie cosuidlist resist. Mr. Miues laixon, use Celestial Cousntry," was tee-
sansg tie part of the tie Highs Priest sef gins. lrs. Eouisa Juchl-WIellmans, so-
Dagis s te 'aissss asd elials ofpranso;Miss IeabelleIBoutoisecistralto;
lb.Evals eWilles, lessors assd Ml-.
laest year's festival. ilbl. loore sancg use IDavid tBisphtams baritoine, meade tup thes
bseauetifu~l arias 'Ausour." fron Goss- roll of soloists. Mr. Lleecellyii Renseicks
isotd's 'Roumesaisd Jutliet," aisd made a acftedl as ogasnist. Tihe! hortisewas
schs better imipressions thsealie did at inaeturally tile chief attractiin, intl te-
his first apspearancse Thusdstay iiighst. HIis seres5 nothling b histes warmsest traise for
voice is of good teiseer qusality, aned le its cwok. -Ilora Norissiessa,, lossesses
singss ithi paiinstakineg ears. He seas smucshldiffifcltyfor ocsoral lpresenstations.
haensomsely irecedetby tiesaueelisoait Bet Proef. Stanmleys slendidliy traissed
ties cosscleision eel L'.kmmoesr,"responsding cosis rOesonded as sise person toeeveery
lee eempehatic sails weiths cileaotsing eincore. csomsmed of Ihis assure batons, to tse eind
Time'settee solo by ItlicesHaley occurrig thait-it is a very comimlons ressarke tonsight
in tihe Voitsssamss Sereende by ties or- that no etroneger o better bods fy ounsssg
ciisstrai eas oiee of use isost aptetrecicated e n 5101anidiio0men11hasgraedtiallAinimAr-
leans sf the prograemssme. hoer hlay Fesstvl for a lonsg tisme. its
After limecomnlueiois of tse regular best weok was seena fnltile"A Capella."
programsmae, Mto. L. Reneewisk, of tse intshue seconstiisart.
University scisool of muitr eated those Aimoneg ties soloists, judgiseg by time ap-
of tseeseui of toeen visitors wceared to plauise thsey received,. ft is hsardi to jsidge
remaims to a brief recitailsins use Frieze eicsm sas time fav oils. Mrs. Juchi-Wsell-
Ilessoriasi orgamm, seleose greatl bulls occui- manlais rssrecalildrpeatendly anisd itnot
ipies tiesemnire rear of thme pelatform. Mr. detmactoime the ]cest frot her envsiaeble
Reniwick is assorganmist of exceeptionsal repeutations.tier spiri ted actioni sas very
sklan:md his ielayimmg evokedsimush sic-leaecsing. lervocaslizations perfect. MIiss
served applau~tse. Boteemoms heightemmedl the effect sroolimes
ley leer scots imm yesterdlay afteroomis
Time elosimng comeert Satuirday isighmisoiscert. Io. Bisieham was warimly
laited less amn Isi houirs, althaoughs it greoted by time aumtiencse as ass old friensd
wvasmonc of temsot generally emjoyable cando sang weithm a direetness and voice
inma niy years. Still tse sdraniatic sipirit, wiih brotighst selltime heartiest applatuse
itme stoery thmreadrifi youm ciil ichissiwsas of use evenimng. Mr. Williams seas gooed
so promsimnenst andsentmraninig last year is lie ever is ansel sas generously troateod
in 'Sanmson aimd Delilahs"aind the year y tse aumdiemeo.

Hiave You
seen oar PORCELAINS? Pig -
ss 1 ou-esly place in lbs
;wheeryoscan getmthema,
SFE5IIIL RfITES 10 S[NIORS-
1116 I5rumalIStuioQ
112 W. Huron Si. N. S. Phoeeiii~
A MOST EXQUISITE TOOTH PASTE-
Whitens, beautifis,and presorves ~a
teeth.
ANTISEPTIC AND VERY' PLEASING TfhTL4I
TASTE.
All druggists 25 cents, or by mail nanc
receipt of price.
C. S DENT & CO., Detroit, MchL.
Prinvatetesonin dancing by Mr, o=.
Mrs. Ross Granger-Leson: hrec-
c artes hoar, $1.5. Office, Remi..
drncesand Academy on Maiynard St.i
READ THlE DAIIL.
. Dutal Gohi"'
1 i asdOSoldess-
poi ~Sale. Casha!o
Old .Goldan
Silver.
WiVn.Arnold L~ending
The Moat Conmplete Line of
LOWNEY
CHOCOLATES
Inaths Cityeao Isefoain&-"
TUTT,51'8
338 S. State S..
0. Me MARTIN~.
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
Embalming a spectnlty. No. 209 S. 4thr
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Ries-
dene 502 Fifth Ave.

n1xo d AND'
Puritanuoufr WOMEN 3
120 STYLES IN......
Box Calf, Kid, Enamel, Patent Leather and Tan ~ E UO T
Funeral Directs tantt one-halflbloch wet
lie RB[R Mrs. Enoch nieterie, Lady Assistant. of law huilding All hinds
OLI1tiTE. SO lPOTO.No t .Lbet tet sdnel f repairing Lently Idoand a l
Wo. 16 oLibrty tree.ShoedecShop ME, Lambert.IR n a
GRfNES STSAT N Fonrth Ave, Both Phoneus. ds~
WE PATRONIZE GOOD""YEAR'S DR %UG 5T0'mRrW

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