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December 13, 1900 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-12-13

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THE VNIVEESITY OF VIGHIGAN DAILY.

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CHRISTnAS HINTS

DAINTY
SCARFS
50c to $3.00
FANCY
HAN DERCHIEFS
25c EACH
WELL-MADE
GLOVES
$1.00 to $2 25

BATH
ROBES
$2.00 to $7.00
G OODSPEED'S
117 Main

PRETTY
SOCKS
25C to 75C
HANDSOME
SUSPENDERS
5oc to $2.0o
PAJAMAS
$2 oo to $5.00

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Michigan Central
NIAGARA FALLS ROUTE
THE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR TO
OH ICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
With direct connections at Ci'eago for St
Louis, Kansas City, St. Paul and the west.
Eor information and through tickets call on
or write to H. W. HAYES, Agent, Ann Arbor.
ANN ARBOR
RAILROAD
TIME TABLE
Taking Effeet, Sunday, May 21, 1899.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand-
nrd Time.
SOUTH NORTH
*No. 6.- 7:25 A. M. No. 1.- 8:50 A. M.
No. O.-t:lx A. H. *No. 5.-12:30 P. m.
No. 4.- 5:35 P. m. No. 3.- 4:56 P. at.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo onty.
All traino danly except Sunday.
W. T. WILLS. Agent.
W H. BENNETT. G. P. A-
HOCKING VALLEY R.
The Railroad that takes ,the
Business In and Out
of Michigan.
SOLID VESTIBULE TRAINS L
DAILY BETWEEN T
TOLEDO, COLUMBUS
and ATHENS.
W. H. Fisher, L. W. Landman,
0. P. A. G. Trav. Agt.
Columbus, Ohio. Detroit.Mich.
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
Cars leave for Detroit and Ypsilanti
every calf our, oeginning at 7:15 a. m.
antil 7:45 p. m.; After that to Detroit
at 8:45 p. m., 9:45 p. m. and 11:15 p. m.
Waiting room, corner Ann and Main
sts.: Detroit, 111 Griswold st.
MONEY LOANED
on Watches, Diamonds, Wheels and other Per-
sonal Property. Office at residence, 331 E.
Liberty street. All business confidential.
Hours. 5 ton:30a. m. and ito 3:30 and 7 to 9
p.m. JOSEPH C. WATTS

DON'T BUY SUIT CASES
Until you see the special 24 inch case we offer until
Thanksgiving at
0$3.50-,, @
All Leather, Steel Frame, 3 Hinges, Brass Loek
and Bolts, Irish Linen Lined.
MF CK & COMPA NY
Headquarters for Trunks, Valises, Telescopes, Suit Cases, Etc.
222 - 224 So. Main St. Basement Dept.

Notes for McMillan Hall.
'MeMilian Hall is again open. After
being crowded into close quarters for
a month the new Y. M. C. A. will the
Debre approcate its commodious quar-
ters in McfuilanHall.
The preliminaries of the bowling Con-
test :are being pulled off each evening.
The finals Will take place on
tle night of the pumpkin pie social,
Saturday, Dec. 15. If you have not yet
Ctered do so at oe r.
The annual puo nkn pie social ,'xl
take place Saturday evening, Dec. 15,
otid a Oine itimc i4promised. Tose
wvho have attended, cn. of our fortur
socials of a like tature will need no
tecond irvitation, asd those whlo i a"
'tevir atstnded ont ire invited to cone.
tasste and see.
See the show window of the Ann
Arbor Music Co. if you are in doubt
about your Xmas gift. You may see
something that will help you to decide.
WHIST PLAYERS NOTICE.
On account of the Innes Band con-
cert this evening the games announced
for tonight will be postponed and the
next meeting will be announced later
in the Daily.
Go where the Crowd Goes. You will
meet your friends, at ROSEY'S.
Holidays now at bnand. Don't delay
your photo sittings. RANDALL.
Bicycle Playing Cards and Poker
Chips at Schaller's Bookstore, Main at.
Wadhams, Ryan & Reule are sole
agents for Ypsilanti 'lnterwear
Skating at the Skating Park. Hill
and Fifth.

New England College Club
A club known as the New England
Colege club has been organized, it is
composed of students in the University
who have spent a year or more at a
New England college. Among the
members are men from Yale, Harvard,
Wesleyan, Dartmouth, Williams and
Amherst. At a recent meeting the fol-
lowing offices were elected:
President-H. A. Dow, Yale.
Vice-Pres.--I. G. W. Havens, Wes-
leyaii.
Sec. and Treas.-J. E. Gleason, Yale.
All students of the University who
have spent one or more years at a New
England College are eligible for mem-
bership. Applications should be sent
to J. E. Gleason, 1020 University ave.
JEFFERSON DE ANGELIS' BIG
HIT.
there does not seem to be any doubt
that Jeft De Angelis has scored a big
hit in his new musical production, "A
Royal Rogue." The praise given this
really clever and genuinely funny com-
ic opera comedian in his latest piece
thas hardly been eqsualled in an oper-
atir way in a long time. He seems to
have scored an even greater success
than "The Jolly Musketeer," in which
he starred for the past two years. He
will present "A Royal Rogue" at the
Athens Saturday night, and it goes
without saying he will be warmly wel-
comed. "A Royal Rogue" was written
by Charles Klein, and the music is by
W. T. Francis.
CONTINUE HAPPY BY USING
Royal Tigers, 10c; Tigerettes, 5c.
Complete line of "Adler" fall suits
and overcoats at Wadhams, Ryan &
Reule.

Alarm Clocks S,
U. of M. Pins 50c to $1.00. Fine
Watch Repai'ing a Specialty.
J, L CHAPMAN, JEWELER,
00 Main south.
Don't Go Home for
THANKSGIVING
without one of Our
U. of M. PINS
Wm, Arnold, Jeweler
TO
NEW
STUDENTS
AND 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 stock.
Holmes Livery
'PHONE 106, 515 E. LIBERTY ST.
IDOL OF THE HOUR
But center of attraction is .till aA
Hank's for hot chocolate and fresh
candies and oysters, served in any
style at either store.
200 E. Washington, 316 So. State.
Plckwick Billiard Parlors,
Regulation Size Tables,
Monarch Cushions.
Everything New and
Strictly Up-to-Date,
707 N. University Ave. Ann Arbor

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