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Twenty-four inch steel frame
top and bottom, good locks
and catcbes,corners rein formed
117 MAIN ST. J.
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a..-. *~'~The JOSEPH BOHMANN
NIAGARA FALLS ROUTE
THE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR TO -
With direct connections at Chicago for St.
Louis, Kansas City, St. Paul and the west.
Eor information and through tickets call on
or write toll. W. HAYES, Agent, Ann Arbor.
Taking Effect, Sanday, May121, 1899.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand-
*No. 6.- :11A.M. No. 1.-8e50OA.M.
No. 8.-i1:35 A. aM. *No. 5.-12:80 P. M.
NO. 4.- 0:35 P. ii. Ns. .- :6 e..
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only.
Aul trains dailiy except Sunday.
W T. WILLS, Agent.
W H. BENNETT. 0. P. A-
HOCKING VALLEY RY.
The Railroad that takes -the
Business In and Out
4 SOLED VESTIBULE TRAINS
4 DAILY BETWEEN 4
W. H. Fisher, L. W. Lanadman,
G. P. A. G. Tray. Agt.
Columbus, Ohio. Detroit. Mich.
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
Care leave for Detroit and Ypsilanti
avery half otr, neginning at 7:15 a.oIm.
unti? 7:45 p. .n: After that to Detroit
at 8:45 p. en., 9:45 p. m and 11:15 p. In.
Waiting room, corner Ann and Main
e.: Detroit, 11.1(Griswold st.
on Watches, Diasnon a, eels and other Per-
sonal Property. Darie at residence, 33t E.
Liberty street. Aul businesa confidential.
Hours. 8tot11:30a. im. and"ito 3:30and 7toS9
p.min. JOSEPH C. WATTS
H NQ rY BROS.
709 N. UNIVERSITY FWENUE
We have on our tables an Entirely New Line
of Fall and Winter Suitinga.
It Will Pay You to See Us.
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No Trottble Like This in Our Comedy
M iss Bertia Whitc of Northwesternt
l'niversity objeets to tove-iiaking--ilt
ptublic-and her objections for a timec
threatened to tisorupst ihe annutal Junlior'
play at Northwestern.
Mliss White is !a incoollscr of the Julnior
class, and wihein the tlafss began to
iuke preparaltionis to give it5 ils wila-
ter irodultioll, Miss W-Mbie, on atccount
af pronounced slrais::iie tastes, was
chioscia to take one 'of the leading psafts.
It was teccide: to put "A Marlielor's
Itoosanco" i ' ts oatrts, loll-Miss
White was oclleetell!to take lie isarrt of
Haisiet tie (Ofandtthletiteroine of th~e
this week sihlen til tlime for t'ieii'arsal
('aise and she 'foundl that sheii' s e1 c-
ped'ted to al~w .Wal1ter South to make
love to tier oii the stage, rantto :showt
the lrpt'Ott'iiiostitt of responsivt'ness,.
:the fla::ly refiisedt. 'Slit was willing to
standitil'ta'rios' ilesgti and: freccive
llltke-bt'lievl' eiiitraices, intlto (receive
iier oscu klt~ns at a tlistantcl of iiot less
than i i inches.
Prof. Pearson, who htastcharge. of the
rehearsals, -4aitl it was to be no psanto-
ilitite. Thte Pisy was to 'lie t study ini
(lie realisiii of art. -Mr. Smiltb1 thotiglct
so, 'tos, but M iss Wh1ite wats olsturaite.
aind to her frienis she ;made Ito secret
of the fa't~t that if 11i way somnetbody
Mliss Whaie said she woultld i'tda
from the coist raiher than make the
contession aisked, and tier resignation
Remember your friend is museical
amid that a nice roll of well-selected
music from the Ann Arbor Music Co.
will please him for Xmas.
New Skulls at the Dental Building.
T.lwo tinge cases full of skuils have
beein received by the idental museum
this week from London. Eug. They
containet i iitalntents of the siplendid
1itciteil collection of teetih and jaws
wisicih has just been donatedl Io the
Thle dentil faculty are wvondtering
who: e to isut ail the curios antd 'sped'-
mt'ns as tue museum in tile denltal
'btiltding is airetily filletd. Still more
boxes are on the way, so thtere is iio
tloutbc blot that an .increase in: shelf
rootis-will "be matte soon.
TIt is week's airriv-als Inclttde it. baty
eltephant's head and almtost all of his
skeletoii. This, in itseif, is at very great
wsondter.'t'eii'i thert'.are skulls of 'a
lio11, it's'r, polar 'bear, grizzly (hear,
uslookeys. !oralig ottangs. at Cape httnt-
tug dog, several heads of the cat fani-
ily, friii'tiht'Chinese tpussy utiisa
vidleopartl, and ioa ideous skullI of .a
great Java pyiiiont. About 70 skuills ini
all ariliv 'tl this week. all of tahiei in the
best if contlitioni.
1Fiillly there caeani biaeketscl hu1-
mimi skuli,.,probabily the victim of a
horribile dleavh penalty 'cii somle Of the
E4ast Indban islands.
You kiiow that the new ideas tire to
lie tounid it Wagner & Co.'s before
other'ls htase heard of thiemi. 75
Skating at the Skating Park. Hill
A SMOKER'S SMOKE
Royal Tigers, 10c; Tigerettes, 5c.
If you see the -work of the Toledo
Laundry Co. you will be convlitced
Hastt you want no other. Agency 121 S.
MANDOLINS & GUITARS
Received First Prembim at the Paris Exposi-
to,10. 111.1They are for sale at the
11h W.Liberty St. Ann Arhar
The Grandest ILne of
you ever saw in our store
Wmn, Arnold, Jeweler
AND THE OLD ONES ALSO.
We arc better prepared than ever
to give the best of carriage servicer
having added Iwo rubber tired
coaches to our stock.
'PHONE 106, 515 E. LIBERTY STL
AN EYE OPENER.
It wiii open your eyes as 10 the candy situ--
ation if you have never visitcd Honk's. Drop
in there today. Swipe oine of our chocoiates.
'Ailegretto Style" we niake and sell at IS
'eats. Every variety of randy and only the
bent you'll find at llANO'STERFIIS'S, 100 E.
Washingtols .eSo. State. P. 5 The oniy
first-class p lace is town to eat oysters served'
in any styie.
Pickwick Billiard Parlors,
Regulation Size Tables,
Everyhing New and
707 N. University Ave. Anan Arbor
HAVE YOU SEEN THE.NW.CU T M"SHE.
MADE BY PURITAN SHOE GCO.
SEE OUR WINDOWS FOR THE NEW EXTENSION HEEL. III South Main Stree