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October 28, 1897 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1897-10-28

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

To Cover Your Nakedness
Is One Thing!

To be Proberly, Dressed
Is Quite Another!

How can you be satisfied to wear ordinary ready made clothes, or cheap merchant-tailored ones, when you can buy garments bear-
ing the labels of
The Stein-Block Co's. and Hammersiough Bro S.'
Made ef the very best materials, by expert custom tailors, after the most fashionable models, at about the same price as the former and a great deal
less than the latter., Our Profit on these Clothes is not as large as on other snakes. They are better, and consequently cost us more. But we
make more money in the end, because we sell more stein Block Clothes and more Hammerslough Bro's. Clothes than any other sort and never
have to spend a cent to advertise their merits to a customer who has once worn them.
You cannot get as good, except from high-class tailors at aboot double Stein Block and Hammerslough Prices. Test the trath of our assertions. You
risk nothing. 'Your money hack if you wsnt it" proves it.

LIu deusclititt & Apfeli.

221 SOUTH MAIN STREET.

LIHE LARGEST STocic OF
Gluitars, Mandolins
and Banjos in the City.
The lewest price in the State.
Agents for Washbure asd
Walden instrumiets.
ANN ARBOOR AlUsIC CO.,
205-207 E. Washegtoe St.
ANARBOR
RAILROAD.
Tine Table. Sunday, Sept. 5, 1597.
TIME TAIC3LE:
Trains leave Ass Arbor by Central Standard
Time.
8:43 a. n. *7:30 a. m
*12:i5 a. m. ii:25 a.m.
4:4 p. m. 8:40 p. m.
19:10 a. m. 0:05 p. M.
*Run between Ann Arber and Teledo only,
*Runs between Teoledo and Howell. This
train Sunday only. All ether trains daily
encept Sunday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agest
W. HIBENNETT 0. y, A. Toledo 0.
Central Standard Time.
TRAINS AT ANN ARBOR.
EAST. WEST.
P. M. A.M.
Mail and Ex-___3 47 B., N. Y., Chi ----5 12
N. Y. Special.... 4 58 Mail -5__,_____918
*N. S. Limited.._,_0641 P. M.
Eastern Ex-...10u05 Western Ex.--155
AM. G. R. &K. Ex,--5 5
05. N. Express.... 5 50 Chii. Nt. Ex-59 40
Atlantic Ex-_7 130 Pacific Nx--12 30
G. N. Express _-i1 iS
*North Shore Limited innsn extra care train
to e he charge of $2.50 to New York than on
other trains.
0l. W. EcootaS, B. W. HATES,
0. P. & T. Agt., Chicage. Agt. Ann Arbor.
U.of M. Shaving Parlors and Bath Rooms
322 SOUTH5 STATE STREET.
Ladies' artistic Nair Dressing op stairs
Old friends call again, We welcome new
ones.:.. J. K. TRtOJANOWSKI,
RENTSCHLER, THE PHOTO6R&PHER
Telephone-54..0" ANARBOR
ENOCHI DIETERL.E,
EMIBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Calls Atiended Dayor Night.
No. 11S East- Liberty Street: Residence, 533
South Feurthi Ave. Phone 125.
RANUALL4 THE PHOTOGRAPHER,
WASHINGTON BLOCK, ANN ARBOR,
KINDERGARlTEN, iss'xnoe.urnto
Call and See Us,

-
Geo. $
Parker -
Yy'wo
Fours- -a aZ
iMl
taro -
Pen,
I

HALLER'S Lowney s Chocolates
.W.....JEWELRY STOREI -GO TO--
U. of Buttons and W. W.TUTT1LE' 5338o St
U . f X insALLEGRETIS, if you wish.
ROSS GRANGER, Teacher of Dancing.
T HOSE considering the subject of daiicing are requested to gall
at the office of Boss Graiiger for correct information in regard
to classes, private lessons, terms, etc. OFFICE: Ground Floor.
GIRANGER'S ACADEMY, Maynard Street

Dr. Cooley Resting Well.
tDr. Thomsni C ooley, saul of .101:1:7e
111isiiilias 0. 1 (t'olcy, wsose: lailili-
pia:l coiiioin wals noted so-icl
weecks ago.,swais ill town a f1 ewshours
thits ilorilillg-. Ini slit:aiig of his
fatehers rolulatai. be saii that lit-
tiaitmient hehoa::s ee:reciiilg -it
i 'hlass provedl very ltsi(,a10tl. I"H-
is nlilell stroliger bollh iiihotly anld
imind," said Dr. Cooley !his sioriiliug,
"andl alsao very ooiforta~ilie. Which, 0(o
at isi in iihis toaditio, is :as necesiliry
is inyithing else. There sis otliing
occ-urrinsg svlierk lie is that1 teinds t0
excite hunl and the- quiet of the pllael
is juist whlat bhe ha~s sateded. Whlii
Nve kniow lie will never re-galln has old-
tiui strength of iiiind, u-a fee~lthait
it least lieis :1s aonifortaiblt 115it is
ipossible to inlak: hiii. lHe riots boa-bh
ealsier tihanlhe- axvoul it his - hlin:: in
Asn Argbai-, so hieu-ill prosaibly remiain
it Fliint."--Dtroit Jeurunii.
\ tiCE.
Class tainmnagers :must7 hanid me:
a list of tile iiiein they intenda to 101a1
la the inter-el-ass footbttll series lot
i3l icr thai :Satturdaly, Oct. 30. T-sc
lists will beitpulishied in the Daily oiii
MtKii(1y aiia all prolests muist be ini ly
Wednesday, Nor. 3.
10.'T. HIEALD, AsstS."Mani.
The new danceso adopted by the as-
sociation of teat-hers in New York last
June, an~d 001110late figures of She ger-
oman will be taught by Alr. Graiuger
at the academy this winter.

AT THlE AIJhEN'S.
Ti'le iPraaai-al I-oilier." which asill
lit 5eliliatlie Ailieis 'Theatuer Sail-
d1all Ili t ushei 11: s.a tIi. nT ithi
;lita fewv-ogdiieotces aof the aliiiaotr-
dei til: arei:fuliler ott alaila-tfiora
Prodsgatl Fathier" is ill iie i:::iislsoa
eapialelt peoll. 'flit-is5;I1tramop, a
oiti i teole1:, :111ofsvho'li alit salt;a(-
liols to) the soil of fira- -iltay.81
-prelty girls teealle ive oi six aind
its this 1bevy 21 islbos 2ls-lilic is the
tahitir. Thoe:arit alsoaa hoiasl tof per-
foriiiers with stonigs, olailo- s 111(.1 iiiii-
taiobns. iltis lair: of tile perforancei:-
is enitirely saisfactory.
C:AI ICND aR.
Frnida~y and al htl lly), ita-sloer 29) and:
It).-Tappatn 11,111 lni tog A lolitia -l
Science Assoeia tion.
Saiturdiay, tOctocer l.-11etiing(if
Woment's thyiiiiiaisilii.
Satunrda~y, tOtober :10, t i.t.l---
Satiurdaoy,tOct-tber :130, 51. p.s-Cut-
versity Hall1, Slahyton tCryaiul toncert
to., iii S. 11. A. cosircse.
i'btirsdlay, Noveiimber 4.--Elonilnlirilig
hLitrairy, IlietinllittfUii'iv'Isily(Slie-s
Club.
Frid3ay-,Nov. 3l-1e tlst' liiti )'00
vs. '03.
.Saturda~y, NeivI-lel ir, u 11.-i-
otignts Fieldi, it Iiiivs4. Itirdue.

0.,IT. NARTIN,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Embalming a ,Specialty.
NO. 200 FOURTH~ AVENUE.
Ambslance eight er day.
lResidence. ,302 Fifth Avenue.
ANTON TEUFEL,
Ternis, Vanisers. Drens uit Cnses. anid
Troelis sed Yalises repaired neatly and
cheaply. Ne. 307 S. Main Sireet.
C. fI. MAJOR & CO., '
IThle A ristic~de orators
Have a complete line of
Wall Paper, Psints, Oils, Window
Shades, Room Mouldings, Etc.
Specialty of fine, interior decorating,
p ainting, frescoing, tinting and paper
hanging. Only the best of workmen
eiuployed. Work guaranteed.
C. ff. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic Decorator.
TA NDPEM S
The Larcest Lisle of Bicycle, un-
dries andI Supplies an
M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
Telephone No. 5. One door East of Ameri-
can House.
S The Name she (guarantee.
1 -Z SPALDIN(FS
_ Foot Ball Supplies For '97
F Every equiisite for. the Game.
Mainagers weill do well to write
foe samples nd special rates
before purchasing.
The Spalding Official
Foot Ball.
Adopeed by Yale, Priscetos, Pennsylvania,
Harvard, Cornell, and all other leading uni-
rersities. Each ball tented and packed, and
sealed in sepesate box with bras sator
Price, 55s.
Spaldisig's OffiilFees Ball Guide
for 81)7 Edited by WALTER CAMePuPst-
paid. .o cnss.--
Catalogue of Pall and Winter SportsREss.
A. G. SPALDING &BROS.,'
New York Philiadelphia
Chicago Washington
AGENCY FOR THE
WASHBURN, also DOlIMA
X andolins and Oluitars
SCIIAEBERU'S Music Store
114 W. Liberty St., Ann Arbor.

11

CAN FURISH MUSIC OF FIRST-CLASS,
Orders fee' all 'Fraternity pas.-ties, club
dances. etc. Leave orders as -Ass Arbor
Mlusic Go, orstiRenidence, 1770OGeddes ave.
P. S. - Will take pupils on Piano and in
ight readingasabove named Places.
A. J . Johnston.

-University School of Dancing,
State Street., opposite Law Building
Terms $-5.00 a semester - - Single eN elings 50 cc u ,s.
Offilce-427 Thompson Street.

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