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January 13, 1901 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1901-01-13

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MILHIGAN DAILY.

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Order Sui't 5a14
Our recent sale of high grade trousers at the exceedingly
having been so fully appreciated by the ST UDENTS,
to offer (FOR A SHORT TIME, ONLY) a line of suitings of
at the reduced price of $20.00 and $25.00.
Quality, Worhimanship, Style, Gi

9low price of $5.00, Y
it has induced us
Eproportionate value
uaranteedx
G 00BSEEB'5
Tailors for Young Men.
110 WASHINGTON E.

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Michigan Central
NIAGARA FALLS ROUTE
THE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR TO
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
With direct connections at Cicago for St.
Louis, Kansas City, St. Paul and the west.
Er information and through tiekets call o
or write In H. W. HAYES, Agent, Ann Arbor.
ANN ARBOR
RAI LROAD
TIME TABLE

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HENRY 8BROS.
Now on the floor at
709 N. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
We have on our tables an Entirely New Line
of Fall and Winter Suitings.
It Will Pay You to See Us.
HNRY BROS.

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.Princess Chic'"cwill he lpreseited at
the Ypsilanti Opera House Mondaly
evening.
Alarm Clocko, at HALLER'S JEW-
ELRY.
Bicycle Playing Garde and Poker
Chiips at Schialler's Bookstore, Main st.

Comedy Club Notice

Te JOSEPH IIOHMA.NI
MANDOLINS & GIUITARS'
Received Fleet Prenmium at the Paris Exynet-c?
lion, 1900.
They are far sale at the
Scheeberle Music Store0~
116 WLiberty St. Ana Ar"ie
CHAFING -DISH, $5100
3 pint size, pateni lamp, ha ndlea
on hot water part, absolutely thw.
best in town for the price.
Wpm, Arnold, Jeweler
TO THlE.:
JUNIOR HOR
Have the Quickest Sore-ice emnd
host carriages. New rubber tired-
coaches. Finest turnouts fn the
city. Hack and baggage or dere-,
promptly attended too.
Holmes Livery
'PHONE 106, 515-E. LIBERTYs j

Taking Effect, Sunday, May 21, 1899. When Ktirke L~a Shelle's opera
Trains leave Ann Arbor hy Central Stand-
ard Tine. coinique, "The Princess Chic," in
which Margulerita Sylva is stairrinig,
SOUTH NORTH played inllronlto, the mulisical director
*No. 6.- 7:25 A. M. Ho. 1.- 8:10 A. M. called a rehearsal of the local orelies-l
Ne. 8-11:35 A. M. *No. 5-12:30 P. M. tra. lie had to make repeated inter-
No. 4.- W:35 r. a- Ho. 3.- :6 Paw. rtuptionls ])ecause the first corniet pltyer
coulidlist keep) the tempo. Finally, ox-
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only. asperated beyonid enidurances, 11e called]
411 trains daily except Sunday.
W. T. WaIL, Agent. a halt anld shouted "Have yoye ever
W H. BENHETT. 0. P. A- played ill anythinlg lint anu amatteurcor-
chiestrat before?"
I.E K GUHA L Y . Igeso 1 have,," a'iweredthmu
sic-an"t am the irst cernsetini the
Quen's Own Guard Band."
The Railroad that takes the "God Save the Queen," retorted the
Business In and Out irate director, anid the rehlearsal pro-
of Michigan. ceeded.
SOLID VESTIBULE TRAINS Wadlialus, Ryan & Heule are eole
4 DAILY BETWEEN 4 agents for Ypsilanti underwear.
TOLEDO, COLUM'BUS-_ __
and ATHENS. Tihe Minnlesotat debaters left for 110131
00. H Plaer, L. W. Landman, yesterday aftternloone.
0. P. A. G. Trav. Agt.-
Columbus, Ohio. tDetreit. Rich, Tile Old Reliable is IIALLEII'S
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-JEWELRY.
bor Railway. Beet $3 hat made is the Howard.
Fare leave for Detroit and Ypsilanti Wadhame, Ryan & Renleoeo agents.
every half our, oeginning at 7:15 a. m. ________
anti! 7:45 pi.i.; After that to Detroit Art Pictures for students' rooms, at
at 8:45 p.'mn., 9:45 p. an. and 11:15 p. m. Shle' olsee 1hS.Mi t
Waiting room, corner Ann and Main cal'sBotre16S.Masa.
ets.: Detroit, I1l Griswold t.
__ ,Manhattan and Wilson Bros.' shirts
_ MONEY LOANED f or sale at Wadhams, Ryan & Renle.
en WPOatehee Damons,.Wiveels and ether Per-
soeal Property. Office at residence 301 HE-
Liberty street. All busines eenflaentlai. That's the name-ITALLER'S JEW-
Sours. S te 11:90 a. m, and I to 3:30 and 7 tco 9ELRY.
p en. JOSEPH C. WATTS

Thes manlager of the Comedy club is-
sed a iiotice in the Daily some time
ago to the effect that the club had
started up for the year andil had al-
ready chioseii a play. Applicationls for
piositionsin lltile cast were asked for
anid several were received, hut lnst
enouighl to11fili e large cast of tile play
selectedl. There are a iiumber of palrts
yet to be fillied, and it is urged uon0l all
of those who have aiiy iinclina~tioni to
play to semdinil their iiames andel at least
try. lot many applications were re-
ceived fromi the girls of the Ulniver-
sity, aiid is there is plenity of roson
for them this year the mnanagemenit
wou~ld like to hear from some more as
soon1 as possible. Those who wish to
try caiiifind out all the particulars by
callilig on Mr. H. P. DePont, 509 Rast
Jefferson St. S1.
MICHIGANENSIAN.
All drawings for the publication
must ho handed in at once.
S. W. LADD, Mani. Rd.
Senior Law Meeting Tomorrow
II:,-l seinior la's will meet tomorrow
to make a finalIdecisionl regardinig tile
cls111Ilelorilil. As elsual, tile- OleliO-
Hial will takte till-form1 of iii1 oil painlt-
in~ o~f somie 1)11. of tilt- lielilels of the
law facuclty. IBothi Deaii Huttc-hins luld
Prof. IBogle :are prom1ielyh ientionetdl
fo~r the- honor.
If you see the work -of the Toledo
Laundry Co. you will be convtnced
that you want no other. Agency 121 S.
Main.
Alarm Clocks, at HIALLER'S JRW-
ERiY.

AN EYE OPENE.-
It will open vveee eyee as to ihe candy alia-
ation iryenuleavre never visited Fl's. lHeap.
In there today. Swipe onse of eec choe~lAelal.
"Allegrette Style" Iwe makea ldsell .al X-
cents. Every variey of ered yanrd el~
best you'll Cond at IlAH0STEH F;ERS3, 3050M.
Washi:'eie. On, 1 s in tair. P. 5 The rt-sea ite t (w o a yytr
in any stle.
Pickwick Billiard Par'lors;.
Reguiation Size Tables,
Monarch Cush honas.,
Everything Row and
Strictly Up-to-hate.
707 N. University Ave. Ann Arbvm

' fAVE YOU .SEEN THE..
NE-W"CUSTOM", SHOEf
.HESEE OUR WINDOWS FOR THE NEW EXTENSION HEEL. III South M pain Stree t
U. O M Barber Face teaming and 'N C l ETEL mbalmter and Sj a il shlf lla wtet
Sho mn a ssage, aon spec lalestII Funeral Dretor of mw-baildia .All ki>LdsM o
Shop nd mBthoI5-hds.1"(Berlinl 12$ShotpAe, a i 1
STATE. S.tF arlaliirs.)jBoth 'Phones Shoe So$: sj~iaut~. 4: nIZPhet**-

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