THE UNIVERSITT OF MICBIGAIN IAILY.
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Michgan tra Churchill Tomorrow Night
Wii-,ton Spencer Churchill, the
NIAGARA FALLS ROUTE youngest aiid the best known war cor-
respondent of recent years, will appear
THlE SHORT LINE- tomorrow night before the Students'
Lecture Association. He will tell of
ANN ARBOR TO the war Ii South Africa as he saw it.
Andlihe saw and psarticipiated in the
OH ICAGO leading events of that war up to the
BUFFALO relief of Glen. White at Ladysmnith and
those immiiediaitely following. Ile
NEW YORK knows of the war aid its causes and
AND BOSTO N speaks out boldly what lie thinks. tie
did nt fear the wrath of tlie- iritishi
With direct connections at Cicago toreStliublic but laid bare, unflinchingly, the
Louis, Kansas City, St. Paul ad the west. faults and mnistaik(es of thei earlier casm-
Eor information and through tickets call on paigni. And lie brought onl his head
or write Is H. W. HAYES, Ateat, Ann Arbor, the ang~ei of the war office by his fierce
A NI A RBi ttacks1111 th illalagelilellI. Sirce lie
NI ~be,., i lecituriniglie has been equlally
0:1 ono er 1tw0occhlasiols lie
RA L A D iniiroswlIs c(aplI miobbinig anid ill
Silli phaits, of the Unlitetd Slates stronig
H2.E.MH3~a - LILawS: I petitions base beeni circulated by Boer
TIME TABLE sympililcs to p~revent his speakinig.
Taking Effec, Sunaday, May 21, a899. lBnt he has everywhere beeniotutspsokeni
Trains rease Ann Arboar by tentral Stand- iln is, addresses andilcatred( neither for
and Tine. Btritishi or Bhoer extreinist.
SOUTH - NORTH ils lecture tourlIilAmierica thius far
Nf .5. N..85 has bi-el an extraordillary success.
*No. 6- 72A. Na. No. 1.-la:5sA. M. Everywhlere la1rge aud~ienices have
tNo. 4.~ - 83 . .INa. 3.- 4:00 P. a. greeted bim nd 111have ibeen capstisated
I by his thrilling story 111n1 outspoken
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only. fraiikiess.
All trainn dully except Sunday. The dirfectors of the Students' IAc
WN. BENNETT. G. W IL. A genttre Assoi-intioll annouinel(e a reductiona
in the price of i-isre tickets. Tickets
r for the remlaindler of the course ian
HtOKI NG VALLEY RY now be broxght for .$1.25 alii will he ce-
served for aii additional twenty-five
ceiats. The admiosion to Churcill's
The Railroad that takes the lecture will be 75e.
Business In and Out
of Mkihgn. WANTED-By a number of Copsie
4 SOLID VESTISU TRAINS Girls, work in the line of earing for
4 DAILY BETWEEN 4j childirens, sewing, waitiiig on table
TOLEDO, COLUIBUS anti other light housework. L~adies
and ATH-ENS. wishing nsuch work, apply to Chair-
mian of Employment Bureau of W~on-
W. H. Fisher, L. W. Ladman, an's League. MTrs. F. P. Jordan. 1323
0. P. A. 0 . Trav. Agt.
Columbus, Ohio. Detroit. Mich. Oliviai Ilace. 7
Detroit, Ypsilanti And Ann Ar- A SMNOKE FOR SMiOKEIIS
bor Railway. Rloyal Tigers, 10c; Tigea-ettes, -5c.
Fare leave for Detroit and Ypailanti
every half our, neginniang at 7:15 a. m.
until 7:45 p. mn.; After that to Detroit Arilisi r Iookliel, 01, with a sicue
at $,45 p.-nm., 9:15 p. m.aid 11:15 p. ma. if 220. isnitile first prim- for high
Waiting room, corner Ann and Main si-ore oft the Pckwick 1Illg Alley
ate., Detroit, 11l Griswold st. last wee*k.
can Wntches, DiumondaWbeels and other Per- Complete line of "Adler" fall suits
soa rvry fiea eiec 3 . oecasa ahmLiberty street. All business eonflde ntial. andoerosat adm, Ryan&
Hours. 8 1l:30na. m, sod 1lto:30 and'7ltoO9Reule.
p. M. JOSEPH C. WATTS
Dean Vaughan is Appointed
Giov. Bliss at Lansing, Saturday
apspointed P~rof. Victor C. Vaughan,
of the Michiiganiuniversity, a member'
of the state board of health for the
onexpired term of Prof. Delos Fall of
Altilon, resigned. At the expiration
iof this term on Jain. 31, Prof. Vaughan
will be appointed for the full term of
six years. tie forimerly served a term
oii the hoard aind reindered the state
tf you are iiot satisfied with your
roon 111 board or yotu wish the ex-
tpenseas iser- a little less, go dossnianaid
tall: with Ann Arbsor Music Co. tf
Mir. ainilAMrs. (Cranger announce the
1new century prograini for next Slat-
iilida iiighit. lEighteeii danici-; o:10ex-
rlls, nit cviii in charges.
rPickets for the course of lectures oii
"Siocial Settlemeint Wiirk" are on suite'
at Ni-ashi-ry Halt today..
The 01:1 ReliabileI-so I~LT.ERS
Al'"1 H \VE1ty.
Yots caii enjoy tie tbest aind it costs
you iio more, at luO0SEY'S. Doi iot bei
Bicycl- tiayiiigCards aiiilPolker
Chips at Schaullei-s Bookstore, lain st.
The finest monograph and other Uni-
vel-sily fancy letter paper (and pads in
the city. All styles. Schaller's Book-
store, A110S5..AMain Pet.
Comees-er to 427 Thompson and try
the hboard. Pine service and cooking.
Music during dinner, Board by week,
day or- single meal. Boardera acoom-
miodated tisaoubh tChristmia% vacallrion.
.Alarm Clocks, at HAVLLER'S J-JAW-
Alarm. Clocks SI.
U. of M. Pins 50c to $1.00. Fine
Watch Repairing a Specialty-
J, 1, CHAPMAN, JEWELER,
The Grandest Lon:e of
you over saw in our store
Wmn, Arnold, Jeweler
AND THE OLD ONES ALSOy.
We are better prepared than eves'
c0 give the hest of carriage service;
having added two' rubber tireC,
coaches to our stock.
'PHONE 106, f S E. LIBER.TY St
AN EYE3 OPENER.
_______________wi"-..opnyorsyeyes as 10 the candyosiu-
ation iryou have never visited Hank's. .Drop
Cor otis-re the Cri'cnvd Goes. Ton suill i ter ody.Swp sce four chocolates.
AlertoI tl"w make sod neil at 30
ili-:- yii30111 friienis, at 1105EY'S5. cents. Every variety of can dy and only the
____________ beat You'ilfiud at llANOSTElgyRS 2Q0IIE.
IWashlington, ai6, So. Slate. 11. S. The only
Wssflitamsis:, tlyaii.C Pseule ars sole lirst-class place in teswn 0to asters served
ligi-uts fic Ypsilanti uniderwear. is any style.
If you ioe the work -of the Toledo ikwnkRlir
Laundry Co. you will be conv-nred Picwick iiar UU ~ rS,
that you want no other. Agency 121 S. Regulation Slze Tahleo.Paor-
MWaln. Monarch Cushions.
Everything New and
Watlerman or Laughlin Fountain St rictly Up-tn-Oate.
l1ens, $11 each, at Schaller's Bookstore. 707 N. University Ave. Ann Arboyr
IHAVE YOU SEEN THE..PU TA
NEW "USTOM" SHOE
MADE BY PRTNSO 0
SEE OUR WINDOWS FOR THE NEW EXTENSION, HEEL. I II South Main ,Street-
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