THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
411l fATIf THE NEW TAILOR,
BRAND E. Washington St.
M1"O G. Il CORRECT AND STYLSH TALORING, PIANOS TO RENT
-- o Rand all Musical Supplies at
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME. ETRES
Taking litrI Aug. 14, 1898. LOWESTRTE
aki NG A Es AWeoperatethe finest tailoring trade in the city, and SHAEBERLE MVSIC STORE
Mai an Expre s . ........3 7-P-M.equal any in.the State.SHERLMUIST E
N. Y. & Boston Special ...........458 e u lan "t eSae
Fat ..eres..... . . .. We respectfully soiit your valued patronage. . 114 West Liberty Street, Ann Arbor.
Detroit Night Express................5 55 All sarments made us kept pressed and inrepair for Only 3 doors from Main Street.
Grand Rapids Express............11 10 by STeponinyearOnly
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M & Express ........9.18 A. N e Jyea r.: -, OsM. MARTIN...
Fast Western Express ...... ss ....1 38 P. M .
G.5R. & Kal. Express .........N5 e tteP o e53
Chinago Night reses.......s 43 106 E. Hmros. New State Phone 4 FUNERAL
Pacific Express............. 12 M0A. Al.-
O. W. RUGGLES, B. W. AYES,- DIRECTOR
G. P. & T. Ag't Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor Outing Magazine for October. Jno. Oliver, '99 L., winner of th
Embalming a specialty. No. -00 Fourth
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Taking Effect, May 7, 1898. l
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand-
8:43 A. M. *7:30 A. M.
12:40 P. D. 11:25 A. M.
4:56P.:M.: 80^. i.
t9:05A. M. +8:05P. x.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only.
tIThee trains os Sunday only and ran be
tween Toledo and Howell. All other trainsi
daily except Sunday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent.
H. W. BENNETT, G. P. A.
DETROIT, YPSILANTI & ANN AR-
Cars leave for Detroit at a quarter
after every hour, beginning at 7:15 a.
in. and up to 11:15 p. m. For Ypsilanti
at a quarter before the hour up to 12:45
a. m. Cars leave corner William and
Main Sts. Tickets on sale at Brown's
Ce riese nr75 brands oTobicco, iSrand sof
Cigareand 50 hrands of Cigarettes. A echance
on a Pipe free with every purchase.
102 E. HURON ST.
U. of M. Shaving Parlors and Bath Rooms
322 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Ladi es' artiseticiioir Dresineg uptir is. Old
f tiet:l-allagain. e selcome new ones.
J. R. TROJANOWSKI.
New l:arters in the Thompson Building.
Only First-Class Barbers Employed.
THE MODEL of State Street
in DUNN & Ete'sr
BARBER SHOP If you desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Ilarry at 332 S. State St.
Outing for October is full of the
healthful, outdoor sports of ruddy
autumn. The fiction department is
well filled, thus affording the need.
ful variety, while the numerous fine
illustrations are up to the usual high
standard of this deservedly popular
magazine. The contents are as fol-
lows: "The Yarn of the Yampa,"
by E. H. McGinnis; "Trouting
Over the Old Hockett Trail," by J.
R. Moore; "Review of Football,"
Riding Club of Augusta, Ga.," by
Ella B. Evans; "Lawn Tennis in
Great Britain," by J. P. Paret, and
the usual editorials, poems and
The football reviews by Walter
Camp will be of especial interest just
at this time.
Mr. C. A. Cooper, '97, teaches
history in the Saginaw, W. S. High
Chas. F. Steinbaur, teacher of
Mandolin, Banjeau and Guitar. Suc-
cessor to Mel Gillespie. Studio with
Ann Arbor Music Co. Mandolin Or-
chestra Music furnished. 6-11
o I. McC. Bean, '99 E., is in busi-
ness with his father at Milwaukee,
Ann Arbor Art School.
The Ann Arbor Art School will
reopen on Monday, October 3d, at
324 S. State St. For terms and par-
ticulars apply to
RALPH R. LATIMIER, B. IL.,
Please notice change of address.
Frank Hatch is working at Cold-
water and will not return to school.
The University loses a good half mile
TUTORING.-Make up con dition
in Greek, Latin, Algebra or Geome-
try. Terms low. Call or address
SENIOR, 702 Church St. 4-9
shtpt in '97, died of tuberculosi
Jas- Parker, ex-'99, was married
this summer and is in business at St.
There will be two vacancies on the
Michiganensian board of editors for
'99 owing to Dillon and Falter failing
A. M. Alderson, '99 L., will not
return to college this year. He is in
the drug business at Livingston,
Florence H. Pomeroy, '98, will
study and teach in Madame Alberti's
school in New York city during the
James A. Le Roy has resigned the
position of sporting editor on the
Detroit Free Press though lie still re-
tains a position upon the staff of
P. W. Dykema, '96, has gone
from the High School at Aurora,
Ill., to the Indianapolis High School,
where he will teach English and
How is this? Cover glasses at 50c
per ounce at Eberbach & Son'. 8
The board of directors of the Mich-
igan Engineering Society, at a re-
cent meeting in Lansing, elected
Prof. Chas. E. Greene president and
Prof. J. B. Davis as a director of the
Try the Portland Cafe for board,
first-class, and only $3.00 per week.
Meals and lunches at all hours. Open
day and night.
Leonidas Hubbard '97 ex News
correspondent was in town yesterday.
He was on his way back to De-
troit from Jackson where he has
been reporting the Senatorial con-
vention for the News.
The Ann Arbor Music Co. are out-
doing themselves. They always had
a good stock of sheet music, but now
have increased it four times. Their
Store is on Washington. 6
Ave. Ambulance night and day. vRes-
idence 302 Fifth Ave.
Wm. Arnold Lead'"
Wn A Jeweler
W. W. TUTTLE'S
338 So. State Street.
PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
I I2 West Huron St.
StateP hone 119,
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
The Nae the Ouarantee.
Official outftters to all the
leading college, school and
athletic club teams.
Spalding's Official Inter-
collegiate Foot Ball
Used exclusively by Yale, Princeton, Harvard
Pennsylvania.Cornell and all other leadine
colleges and universities. Managers should
write for prices and samples before orde, eg
elsewhere. Spalintg'u Offical Foot 1Ball Oulde.
edited by Watr Camp. Reeords, photo-
graphs of leading teams,. 1098 rules, with tin-
ex and explanatory notes, 1Oc.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS., New York, Chicago
At News Stand, 607 E. William St;
Give me a trial. First class work and
F. J. SCHLEEDE,
340 S. State St.,
Binds Books for 25c. and upwards, and sells
Waterman Fountain Pens for$1.215 and up.
All Linen Paper, 4lbs. for 50c.
Finest Stationery in the city at lowest price.
lRentschler, the iotorapber.
ENOCH DIETERLE neEvaleryekirn
UUHUIEILHLyFuneral Director. Every kind.
Callsattended Day or Night. RANDALL, THE PHOTOGRAPHER, OAL. MN. STAEBLER,
No. 161 E. LihertyStreet.Residenste 5. WASHINGTON BID ANNARBOR 119 West Washington Str eet
Fourth Avre, Phne5. s I . ANN ARBOR. Both Phones, No. 108. Ann Arbor.
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