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June 06, 1900 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-06-06

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN I)AILY.
ALL NEW AND UP -TO DATE
Have You Seer) Our New Dorcas Shoes? 2j SUhMIST

MICHIGAN CENTPALI
",The Niagara Falls Rat."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect April 19, 1899.
Detroit Night Expresse...........5 55 A. a.
Atlantic Expresst........7 45"
Grand Rapids Expresc.......11 10ii
Mail and Expressc.........3 47 i'.m
N. Y.Boston Special............ 5
FailEaseteen............... 9 43"
Mail and Exprecs..e .......... 8 40 . M
Boston, N. Y.ond Cbicago .0....5 3"
Fast WbesternExperes.......1 38 P. a.
G.SR. nnd Kal. Expresso.......5 45"
Chicago Night Exprees..........94
pacifc Express........i ......12 50A.8M.
Steanmnhip Tickets, all Classes, to and front
European points ci lowest rates. Follinfor-
mantion on application.
0. W. RUGGLES. H. W. HATES,
G.SP. & T. Ag't, Chicago. Ag'l Ace Aeboc.
.i1D RwRL T AR00I=P 2 00 S;
TIME TABLE
Taking Effet,Sundsay,llcay 21, 1899.
Trains lease Ann Aebor by Centrali ,taed-
aed Ticme.
SOUTH NORTH
*No. .- 7:25 A. 5. No. 1.- 8:5t A. N.
No. 2-11:30 A. E. *No. 5.-12:30 P. m.
No. 4.- 8:35 P. Ni. No. 3.- 4,00 P. ss.
tNs. 102-8:05 P. 3. tNo. 101-9:05 A. 31.
aRun betwee Ass Arbor and Toledo only
All trains daily eceopt Sunday.
{Sundays only.
E. S. OILMORtE, Agent.
W H. BENNETT.G. P. A
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
Cars leave for Detroit and Ypsilanti
every half oor, beginneing at 7:15 a. m.
unatil 7:45 p. m; After that to Detroit
at 8:45 p. mo., 9:45 p. mo. and 11:15 p. mo.
Waiting room, coraer Ann and Main
se.; Detroit, 111 Griswold st. l
971M IDNIGHITFLE
To ST. LOUIS
Via the WABASH ROAD.
Oct and afterJune 3, a new Wabash Train
willileaveChicago a ce:sP.M. sod
arrie St.Loons 7:56A. M "rietig
ibis train twill 1esvc St. Louitt cc30
P. Al.sed arrveChcgo :oh.M.
TI Two other list trains v a tke VWabasht
ithisdoesolt t00u.All oequip
metspto-date.'Wrie eor call fe
City Tscket Office.
L & I Adamn tS., Chicago, Il.
H OCKI NG VALLEY RY.
4 TRAINS DAILY 4
Between Toledo sod Columcbus, usinig Union
depot in both citier.
Through Sleeper to Wshingtonand Bsalimore.
GREAT RAILROAD
TH-E HOCKING VILLEY
Write
L. W. LANDMAN,
11lW.Fort St, Detroit.

STH-E BEST MAK(ESOF S
1Rentzchler, the "ibotograpber. Mandolins anti
A;1 Guitars
Such asnJeseph Botoan's, Washt
and Bruno's reon sateat th~v
I ~86lld6I rle MugiG 8tor~
W. Liberty, only 2 doors froes Maclo's Corose

The Fine Tailoring
Trade of the City.
BURCHFIELD, 106 EAST HURON STREET

,A New Adoertising Plan for the
Unieersitij-
Prof. F. N. Scott, os University editor
boo prepared o vest pocket note book
of some forty pages -whbicb be is seniding
to every this yers bighiscihooli gradu-
ole who expects 10 enter soeecollrge
ne01 foil. The book is additio:n 1o a
large nuinber of pages for memoran-
dumu contains ilioslrotions of University
buildings and University professors. It
also contains a coniprehensive slate-
moent of the cost of going to college iith
several tables that rpresent the octuol
enxpenses of roal students. It is the
expectation thot tis book in ihe bonds
of those cointemploting a college educa.-
lion will make it more easy 1o decide
which institution they will go 10.

The bronze fOxings for ihe imefmorial
mortar at the foot of the flag staff are
being pst in place. Also the inscription
plate with which the muzzle of the
mortar wvill be closed. The fixings w5ill
iiiclude souse heavy bronze chains that
orgitially kept the nmortar from kicking
whes discharged. The relic of the
Spanish role of Cuba has been mounted
being nearly like it was at Santiago,
excpt that the parts then made af oak
are now represented ito marble.
The collection of Indian relics that
babeen loaned to the University by
Dr. WV. B. Hinsdale is being rearranged
in the cases along the oide wail in the
hallway. In their newv location the exc-
hibits can be sees to niuch greater
advantage.

Hlave You
seor PORCELAINS? Fir.
thing out-only place in lbs
:nher youicangettbew..
S4EGIflL RTES [8TO SENIORS,
112 W. Hares St. N. S. Phone 119
Qut
A MOST EXQUISITE TOOTH PASTE.
Whitens. besutiflee, end preseroont t--,
teeth.
ANTISEPTIC AND VERY PLEASING TO THIE
TASTE.
All druggists 25 cento, or by mvail aupoz
receipt of price.
C. S DENT &c CO., Detroit. Mich.

Private1lsecesdendancing by the. o-
Mrs. Rocss rser -Lesson: tlb

iar nunuerui ppn!a~iiisZvi Studntsarecordially invitedtoin- denertersend h,$.Academy on fcMaynard sa
sucmmer school, announcecments have spect our cormpicth lisces of suite, ever-
been received to date. From these the coats, men's furnishings and hate,
committee in charge of the summner Wadhamne, Ryan - 5teule, S. Main est.
session feel justified in prophesying thatRE DT E AIY
the attendance will be larger than at Of. F. Bicklye, '93, wvas yesterday R A IED IY
aniy previous session. The new courses nominated for the U. S. Congress, on
offered in tature study and physical the Democratic ticket, from the third 4I -~" i~
areprvig gratinucmet t tos ____________' 6 il6
culture, as well as the regular courses, Congressional District of Ohio. I!e :
areprvig gea iduemnttothsan Cades for
desiring to inprove the opportunity for EXCURSION TO TOLEDO JUNE 10. } sold Gold hand
summser study in a systematic woe. Ezchs year Toledo is becoming nmoreSivr
_________ attractive an an Excursio)n City, and L.g ~ A..~A t.edng
Thenos alnon palorwhih hn ichigan pcople rcalize that no more W m . Arnold ~ei~
palrwihhsdclightful place can be found to spend___
been created by a division through the an afternoon. The Ann Arbor Railroad The Mast Complete Line of
old chapel will be ready to receive the wiii run its next excursion to the Ceo-
old grads when they come bock com- tcnniail City 01n Sunday, Jsne loth, leav- L W E
mencement week. The coons is to be ing Anns Arbor at 10:25 a. ms. The fare CHOCOLATES
for the round trip wvill be 75 ccnts. No
attractively furnished and supplied with nInsd alobl h ocotovstIt the Cityecan be fouatS'
scribing materials and reading matter Lakc Erie Park and Casino. Fifteeis "rUTTL BE&8
so that those whbo caoe then cviii fnd ccents pays strcct car farc frons the city
to use park aind rcturn, and includes ad- 338 S. State SIt.
a swornswelcocme. mission to cisc Park aind Zoological
Gardetns, also io the theatre where tirot .M 1
Iron frames for thirty recitation seats class performances are givcn. On the9,M MA TN.
have been made by students in the en- oprening day, MSay alti,thoe Casino wvasFU E A
gincering shops. Whonthoe cwoodwork visitdlby- fifty thousand people.FU E A
to cocupete the seats is made the U~ni- DIRECTOR
versty illbe ave th exens of Howard hata at Wadhams, Ryanc & Embalming a specialty. No. 209 1S. 4tls
vriywlb sae th enes Reule. Meat bat on the market at Ave. Ambulance night and day. Ree-
purchasing this furniture. $3.00. 200-202 S. Main at. deuce 302 Fifth Ave.

rfr MENV
Pritan Oxfords o W. N 3
20 STYLES IN .....
Box Calf, Kid, Enamel, Patent Leather and Tan 110 E. HURON ST®
The-
OUf: RANrTEE,5 SAiTISFACTION. N. Faseth Ave. Bath Phases129. SheE brt
W E "P A TIR0 NIZE GOO 0DY E AR'S DR 4wt'U G ST0D'LRErap

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