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December 12, 1900 - Image 3

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THE UNIVERSITY OF 11 iClRIGAN DAILY.

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THE UMVERSYIY OF M1CH1GA~ DAILY. 3

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MICHIGAN CENTRAL
"The Niagara Falls Route"
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking effect September Yo, 1900
-ietroit Night Exrss .......5 55 A. ,
Atlanticehospress.............174
Grand apide Express ......... 110
Mail ad Expresa .........3 47r. M.
N.TY.Boston Special .......... 458"
'ast Eastern ... ........ ..0945
Mdail andhExpress............8 40A..
Boson,N. Y. andChicago . SD..... 2
Fes a extrn Expss.........138pa
G.ER. and a-al. Express. . .5 45"
Chicago Night Exprssr...0...943"
PaifieExpess.............it2 N0A. Ka
Stesxhip Tickets, all Classes, to and from
drepean points at lwest rates Fal insr-
aaton n application.
O. W. RUOLES, H. W. HAE,
. . & T. AgI., Chicago Ap't An Arhr.
TIME TABLE
Taking Effec, Sndasy, My 15'5, 199.
rans leae Ann Arbor by Central Stand.
ird Tbsr,e.
SOUTH NORTH
-No. .- 7:25 A. M. No. 1.- 8:51 A. M.
No. 8--11:35 A. . -No. 5-12:30 P. M.
No. 4.- 8:3 P, . No. 3.- 4:50 P. M.
.Ran beweenAn Arbor and Toledo only.
All trains daily except Sunday.
W. T. WILLS, Aget.
W H. BENNETT. . P. A
HOCKING VALLEY BY.
The Railroad that takes, the
Business In and Out
of Michigan.
4 SOLID VESTIBULE TRAINS
4 DAILY BETWEEN 4
TOLEDO, COLU11BUS
and ATHENS.
W. Hf. Fher, L. W. Landman,
0. P. A. . Tra. Ag.
Columbus, 0h. Detroit Mih.
Detroit, Ypslant and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
;ar leave for Detrot and Ypsilanti
avery half our, oeginning at 7:15 a. in.
anti' 7:45 p. i.; After that to Detroit
at 8:45 p. i., 9:45 p. m. and 11:15 p. in.
Waiting room, corner Ann and Mlain
t.: Detroit, 111 Griswold t.
MONEY LOANED
en Wathes, Diamond, heels and other Per-
sonl rperty. Office trsidnce, 331 E.
LIbrty street. All bsiness confidenil.
Hor. 8to 11:0 a. n, and I to 3:35 and 7 toS
p. m. JOSEPH C. WATTS

oOrder Trouser 5ale
We offer tiis week a line of $8, $9, and $10 patternso for $5
We will put onr usual high standard eof workmanship in
these as is characieristic of all our work. .. .. .. .. ...
See patterns in the windows.
Galr for Young Men.
11 Wo HIG

$5.004%*
4'
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4'k
4'
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TON E.

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HENRY BROS.
Now on the fleer at
709 N. UNIVERSITY A~VENUE
We have on our tables an Entirely New Line
of Fall and Winter Suitings.
It Will Pay You to See Us.
HE:NRY BROSe
ARTISTIC TAILORS,"

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Fritz Kreisler Takes Well "A Poor Rslation"
The oecond number in the Choral tt is a luarvelous staige creation that
Union oeries woo a concert last night cult kep ati andience of playgoero on
by Frito Kreioler, toe Auotrian violin- Itlhe serge of tears for two hones and
ist. This artist, though not generally a-hialf alsd preserve theni from weep.
well known, came with high praise ilig simplly bty muaking them laugh.
froni his concerts in Berlin and more Such is te ciharacter of Noah Vale in
recenitly it Chicago. Anid his Sol. Sm~ithi Russells charming play,
concert last night justified the praise A toor Relationl," which conies to Che
The audience took niost kindly to his oplerai htese liext Friday niightt. It is
playing tttd was enthusiastic enough essentially ai role tiat appeals to the
to please the most exacting. Kreisler synmpathics at flutes deeply :itd being
is a master of technique, and his in- dlelinleated with such exquisite finishi
terpretation is very expressive. He by Fraitk Keenan, it is no wonder that
wats recalled againi and againi and wil- fts' lly that forms its setting has be-
lingly responded to encores. The pro-011110e a householid word fisr all that is
grant was especially well selectedl for ceiltan lsindvwolesotte oithCie Amexri-
variety anid was sotshtort that alillan ttige. Masiager Fseed (. IBerge~r
wishied for mere of it. Thte followitig calrricoste samte scentery, properties,
iiunibero were givenl: etc., used lby Mr. Rusoell himself and
1. Concerto for Violin, CX1 Major, It compant~y snuperior to anty that ha~s
No. 1 ..................... Brucht yet tappleared intthie piece, inltudleing
Introdnction. Misses Malud Abbsott, Kate Long,
Adagio Fannly Barry Sprague, Katherine Dool-
Finale: allegro energico. lug asidte two children, 'Rip" and
2. Soitata: Devils Trill ...Tartini "Pattch,;' aitd Mesors. Geo. R.
:l. 2. Sarabande......Bachi-Sulzer Sprague, G100. B. Miller, Marcus Mori-
i. Ch~ansoni s5 ans es......... arty. John Cumberland and Clias.
............Tschaikowski Iluitati. Our laly-goers have not yet
c. Scene de Czardte... Hbay forgottenl iscetnjoyment afforded last
4. Fantasie: Non pinl iesta..Fagaltini si'asoi by this exquisite play, and we
______________ cani prophbecy a big house for M r. Kee-
Jeff De Angelis Saturday night.. nantwheti lie opens on Friday night.
Onily Genuine Mboniarcht Cushiolns in Jeff De Angelis Saturday night.
city are on all tables at ROSEY'S.-
CONTINUE HCAPPY BY USING
Wanted-Solicitors; good jay. Apply ttoyal Tigers, lee; Tigerettes, Sc.
at Daily office at once. ________________
Best $1 4 at made is the Howard. That's Ithe name-HALLHR'SJEW.
Wadhams, Ryan & Reule, sole agents. ELRY.
If you :see the work .of the Toledo Waterman or Laughlin Fountain
Laundry Co. you will be convinced Pens, $1 each, at Schaller's Bookstore.
thut you want no other. Agency 121 S.

I "BELL BLAND "
sbMandolin and Guitar Strin~gs costs
yon no coors that tinferior ones.
AT THE
SahaeberIe Music Store,
16W. Liberty St. Ann Arbor
Don't Goo Home for
THANKSGIVING
without one of Our
U. of M. PINS
Win, Arnold, Jeweler
To
N[W
STUDENTS
"ANn THE OLD ONES ALSO.
We are better prepared than ever
to give the best of carriage service,
'having added two rubber tired
coaches to our stork.
Holmes Livery
-'PHONE 106, 515 E. LIBERTY ST.

IDOL OF' THE HOUR
Mist center of atraction to stilltott
Hank's f or hot chocolate and fresh
candles and oysters, served In asny
style et either store.
20)0 E. Wasbington, 316 So. State.
Pickwick Billiard Parlors,
Regulation Size Tables,
Monarch Cushions.
Everything Now and
Strictly Up-tn-Date
707 N. University Ave. Ann Arbor

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.Jeff De Angelis Saturday night. I

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