THE UTEIT~Y OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
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,5OLID SOLE LEATHER'
Our Special Case is 24 inches long, is strong and well
made, and covered with the best heavy selected sole
leather stock.. Color-russet tan, with. steel-frame,
heavy bolts, solid brass lock and catches. Full lie n
lined, with special apartment in lid for shirts.
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NIAGARA FALLS ROUTE
THE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR TO
With direct connections at Citcago fone St,
L~ooio, Kansas QitF, St. Paul and the west.
linr information and through tickets call on
or write to H. W, HAYES, Agent, Ann Arbor.
Taking Effect, Sunday, May 20, 0899.
Train learn Ann Arbor by Central Stand.
*No. 0.- s b26A. M. No. 1.- 8:5S A. M5.
No. 8.-11:35 A. 14I. 'No. 5-12:0P. am.
No. 4.- 8:30 P. a. No. 8.- 4:5P.
*Run betweco Ann Arbor and Tuledu only.
All train daily except Sunday.
w T. W'ILLS. Agent.'
W HI. BENNETT, El. P. A-
HOCKING VALLEY Ry.'
The Railroad that takes -the
Business In and Out
S OLID VESTIBULE TRAINS L
4I DAILY BETWEEN 'T
W. H. Flster, L. W. Ladman,
G.P.A. G. Trav. Agt.
Cjoumbus, Ohio. 'Detroit. Nigh.
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
Cars ieavs for Detroit and Ypsilanti
every half our, oeginning at 7:15 a. im.
until 7:451 p. to After that to Detroit
at 8:45 p. im,, 9:15 p. m. and 11:15 p. mn.
Waiting room, corner Ann and Main
ste., Detroit, 111 Griswold st.
on Watches, tDtasnnds,W eels and other Per-
sonal Property. Ofic at residence 311E.
Liberty street. Alt business esnflhential.
Hours. 85to 01:30 a. mn. and 1ltol3:30and7ltoS9
P. m. JOSEPH C. WATTS
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Now on the floor 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.
Todlay three college publications will
comne fromt the press and will be on
sale at all bookstores. They are "Cam-
psus Chtimes," a bright little volume of
verse written by It. Hay Kirk, associ-
ate editor of Wrinkle. The hook con-
tains sixty little gems and is bound
iin fite grey leather embossed, ons which
is a cover diesign by Miller. The other
books are entitled "College Stories"
aind 'Varsity Verse." Both are collec-
tionis frout various U. of Mi. peits and
are very (-levet'.
If you see the work of thte Toledo
Laundry Co. you will be convinced
that you want no other. Agency 121 S.
A SMOKER'S SMOKE
Royal Tigers. 10c; Tigerettes, 5c.
Reineinber your frieind is nmusical
attd thtat a nice roll of well-selected
msici froim the Auto Arbor Music Co.
will please him for Xmas.
L.OST-Gold-platinumitlitnk cliff tint-
toin itsutff, betweeniMonoroe ande
'Thasyer streets antdt Granger'sudatocitng
aedeinty, ott Satuirdaty tmourning. t'leaos'
re'tutrn to th itlfist' tntureceive rewardi.
Will Biggs, '98 E. Who has beein for
s01m0eisonths assitaint matnoiger of the
southern branch of the Bell Telephone
Co.,. has beets heard from at San An-
toio, Tex. Mr. Biggs is its the heart
of the district covered by thte strike of
Htave you seeii teioew pen and ink
drawlins of J. A. Bardin, in his Michi-
gan Calendfar. For sale at bookstores.
Price 50 cents. 73
Thtat's the name-HALLHK'S JEW.
The last number of Wrinkle for this
year appeared yesterday. The editors
have put up a very neat and artistic
nlumbser, in fact the best that has ap.
peliced thtis year. The covered design
makes 0110ebhok of htome aitd forget1
boardiiig house hash, while the title-
paige has to cut whbich looks like a mod-
cot aittemlpt to imitate Penrbyto Stan-4
laws. Thte editorials its usual are fair
andt up-oto-date. Tileittuber is site
which every studeint shtould take house
as at saiiple oft University comoic putbli-
Oysters oii the t'/,stell as you like
temi, at ROSEY'S.
All seniors expectintg to use old inega-
tives for their Micltigtttensiais plate,
are reque'sted to secure an unmounted
phosstographttsduritig the vacations.
S. 31. LADD, Mian. Ed.
Buty Holiday Neckwear wvhere the
stylssandt prices are rightt. Wge
Thte inesetamonograph and other Ui-
versity fancy letter paper sand pads inI
the city. All styles. Schaller's Book-
store. 11t6 So. Main st.
The JO--EPH BOHIIIANN
MANDOLINS & GUITARS
Received Pirst Prenmissm at Else Paris Exposi.-
They sefoar sate at the
Sthaeberle. Music Store,
116 W.Liberty St. Ann Arbssr
Thte Grandest Litie of
youo ever saw in our store
Wim, Arnold, Jeweler
AND THE OLD ONES ALSO,.
We are heller prepared than eves-
to give the best of carriage service,,
having added two rubber tired
coachea to our ahock.
'PHONE 106, 515 E. LIBERTY ST.,
AN EYE OPENER.
it will open your eyes so the candy situ-
otton if you base sever vsitedi Hank's. Deep
is: sheetoa-y. Swise cose ofoor choaoluates
______________ Alegretto Style' we mtake ando eltat 3
uces. Every vwrety of candyand osly the
NOTICE TO EASTERN STUI)ENTS. best you'll bed at IIAND5TEOPIEiS, 200OE.
tireutiss uslinton, 316 S.State. 1. S. The only
All those desiring t getareuto fis-ls place i ow o toste rs served
onl thte reguilar hiolidtay totes east will 4its any style.
meet Ill the lobby of thte Cook lstouse- -
at 7 p. to. toimorrow (Thursday) to cn Pik ik illi alr
fer withl the represenastive-s of the M. PkwcKI Ita I'i~
C. andsab atlshlrailroaduss. Regutlation Str Trblcss
M1 onarch CUtiians5
No holidaty freak styles, but correct Everyphing Ntw and
getontleel's furnshaings, at correct Strictly Up-li-Date.
prices. Wagnler & Co. 75 707 N. U~niveraity Ave. Ann Arbor
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