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U. of M. Daily, 1901-03-08

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rY $25
i Buys here the best spring suit that can be made to order for the
r r money. In selecting our spring suitin~s we took special, care to. ob-
tamn the best goods possible, both in quality and design to makeo up
for the above price. xv x Don't miss seeing them before ordering.
GOOTailors For Young Men
k 110 WASHINGTON EAST

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Micbigan Central
NIAGARA FALLS ROUTE
THlE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR TO
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
With direct connections at Chicago for St.
LoasKasa City, St. Paul and the west.
Eor informiation ad through tickets call ons
or write to Ii. W. HAYES, Arent, Ann Arbor.
ANN ARBOR
RAI LROAD
TIME TABLE
Taking Etffect, Sunday, May 21, 1899.
Trainsnlrare Aaa Arbor by Central Stand.
ard Tine.
SOUTH NORTH
*No. 6.- 7:25A. at, No. 1.- 8:50OA. at.
No. 8.-11:35 A. aM. *No. 5.-12:30ur. nt.
No. 4.- 8:35 r. m. No. 3.- 4:56 P. at.
*Rum, betwern Aaa Arbor ad Toledo only.
All traint daily except Sunday.
W. T. WILLS. Agent.
W B. BENNETT. G. P. A-
HOCKI NG VALLEY RY.

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"Hold-ups" in the Gym Now the Fad Relay Runner Meets With Accident
A. t-ite't Itief lhas bitt opet'ing 51illi yel'sstedy iii lei-tts i I iie 'tils''a
lt'e siiiasitiai tilr-iisg the listtwIso gylliiioSiitt S. 'W. Stolle, '04. N-sssis 115
l,, two ngldt siats'he'ir. pis-s' hilisoti re.ie ac e.Ilet' sat tiiiniig thelir'st
t'stsgostisti--ldalt Isittg's sie Ile'"cts lti tti cii isoh it'e 'st e'nil ot'tie track, tnd
traisoil t'elkers.5was ittaleti'to kteltlothliltracstk. tIl'
'~lt bg risof otcke'r5''Osar it's 15- crti shedlitthlit'silt' ofthe buildsitip.
'tty iitnstittl ddabit l1:l t t i t'I- o(tile 111 stikintiphe'hailek stall and
atiti. switt'tlIiot of tits theatileis tti iss s it lihsohr -hg tophtheIo'windowsat.
fakirs,' exe'isot'ahe itheit('iit. floot'. .LI%' t otit' w,80 ttiti'"Ovset'ilyt' ltalt
It 1osisupposed thatshelit'liefs le'ar'ntedh i al to I..stfrillthe (' hotttstt't' butt
alt 1 ls l ist'tw ofthe lc'ker 'siteisltiisansdittlIis little fttiti-r A'soaltmsots't itti'ty
aid 1y' s't'tsstsi s of tt's.ts'ss abtile oe'er'd'f's l th' hand. Ii saient
(o15f11nsill thei' ithelcker's.i'0Sttndititl i t'ownstit's iti~nwieslstt' whersiet'' ll l''s
t'nded'sl tslarts iti ts'sWoth tftvlutles Air. Stollei'is ittiu ttti' oeltlto '.
were't't' csti eft'll th lo krs'i's i' 'y ssf- sissi silt Soon ree'-sites'.
Now b' ip ntic'es ti'e'pistods ot it .11_itdthelit'e'n'ntws debtaste torsipist.
aletts itt lockers.'' stndl2,100tpat'ostiofst E'it WALTI'SAl' (tPtANGt it to.

rjThe JOSEPH BOHMANN
MANDOLItNS & GUITARS
lReceived Pleat Premium at the Parts Expos;
tion, 1900.
They are for sate at tise
Schaeberle Music Store,
l1lt W. Liberty St., Ann Arbos, Miele
CHAFING DISH $5o00
3 pint size,, patent lamp, handles
on hot water pan, absolutely the
best in town for she price.
Wmn, Arnold, Jeweler~ja
FINEST
SLEIGHS
IN THE CITY AT
Holmes Liveryfi
PHONE 106' 15 E. IIERTY S
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The Rlailroad that takes 'the mea'il:. %ttst t'.tnacl'sutti Ac-Is-sin tir"'1tiO
Business In and Ouattisissdy {151' ol. tt'Pt ltttlm stittndsit-
of Michigan. Al ttdthe it' Isity dti e tistiis its. Iterilt fors' slais's. titiltlnlen ns'tt lt
S SOLID VESTIBULE TRAINS SUDNY OTre s'o'll t eitu 1111stlitrditlit-
S DAILY BETWEEN 4 dtnti ~ ie ssssissl fatllty
,j, ,, 0 L~rBUS The best laundry is the 'Toledo Latn- tts'ioth nieiltit th1it' ii p u tr-/ J s
TOLEDO, OL~fIBUS dry. Tiy SI. Wsorkc coiled for and de- ehsesr wil sils'sti'sss'i'ii. sitand ihis'wstat-it- 'oYx /
and ATHENS. livered. Leave your order at 121 S. tI' sxpetlledttfromt ltes'cho'ltt. This is . uvlo
W. B. Fisher. L. WV. Landman, .Main st. sillity sa scili. stnd ttse' jtiiistpoustill ' YOU'RE INEXTI"
G. P. A. 0. Tray. Ago. -____________s'ttsoa 1 sti sudofites t'si ti a-it- I oIyoslt'itHas ecn
Columibs, Ohio. Detroit. Mich. I oty oi.O ~il' iecn
DeriYslniadAnA- AlarmtitClocks,;ssosd by IIALl are sit' tilisrssnittasao lslt oisr -itl fectios. Alwtys fresht andmade to
bor Ra Yp ilwiay.dpAnn trsttlt's'll ttr otis'year. 1ht'sssliitit. till ease the mtilntdiscrinattinsg.Yo1
bor ailay.g- t the bst there, cestenilunches ands
Cars leave far Detroit and Ypsilanti Manhlattant and Wilson Hros. Shirts Beet $3 hat made Is the Howard. oysters for the elite, ititot stores-
avery hour beginning at 7151 a. m. tin- for sale at Wadhiams, Ryan &Reule. Wttdliuas, Ryan & Renie, sole agensts. 200 E. Washsitntgtn; l.lt So. State.
til 9:l5 p. tm.; After thtat to Detroit at ______________________________
11:10 p. on. Waiting room corner Ann
and Main Sts.; Detroitl11l Griswold At If ouse the work of the Toled6 Contlche lite "Adler" suits en over. ik ik ilir"g fr~r
Cars every half hour Saturdays and Laundry Co. you wiltlibe convinced coats ait Wadliatno Ryans & Reule. PikicIilirdPrlr,,
on Fridays from 2:15 to 0:15 p. Mn. that you want no other. Agency 121 S. Reguslation 01cc Tattles,
MfONEY L ANED Main. tOu' t't'tiltt tils t situtalse',otis-ti we " otritCsin
Mnrhusinon watches. DiamndseNAda eels and other Pe respat iah sl ttiti'youtrwasts'ht sisI., je'welry o EverytingNew and
tonoat Property. Office at realdrnce,E.'siilt 'lch slipbyIIALIl1t.lare silv t'rvatye. ItEORIt F 1 II,It ad- li.SrityU-t-ae
Lioeretistae. ni.buansslo~ndo tsittasdentiaolt yeit'. isp s't'li't. Itstallistt'd 1805. 707 N. University Ave. Ann Arhor.Hus o1:08 .an 033 n 09,,lai1te o n er i°
P. mi. JOSEPP C. WATTS ____________________________
Puian Shoes iPuiaShe
LEADI IN STYLE FIT WHERE OTHERtS FAIL5
SEEOURWIDOW FO TE MCHIAN YELL -- OW SHOES. 11.3 SOUJTH MAIN STREET
Face teamng'a Emalme and6t3 Exast' Wttllam street
U.. of M barber mPae aeiaidENOCH DIETERLE, uerial irnectand Universitiy jail ene-half bltck wealsthi
Shop andt Bath ty, doine by latent oafg aCae ra law huilding. All kinds l in
methods. (Berlin22!ofrpi!setydl-:
an Pri 100} ( Fu~ [Av.,Both'Phones..Shoe Shop E.Lme rt.i : Iph oto82SAEtJ .Toaesk x1

WE PATRONIZE GOB'YEARS1 DRUG STRE~

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