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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

To Cover Your Nakedness
Is One Thing!

To be Properly Dressed
Is Quite Another!

How can you be satisfied to wear ordinary ready made clothes, or cheap meiecant-tailored oues, when you. caii buy garments bear-
ing, the labels of
The Stein-Block Co's. and Hamimersiotigh Bgros."
Made of 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 makes. 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 about double Stein Block aad Hammerslough Prices. Test the truth of our assertions. Yoix
risk nothing. "Your money back if you went it" proves it.

221 SOUTH MAIN STREET.

lindenschmitt & Apfel.s

Lug LARGEST STOCK OF
Guitars, Mandolins
and Banjos in the City.
The lowest price in the Sta te.
Agents tor Washburn ad
Waldow instrumoents.
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.,
205-207 E. Washington St.
ANN ARBOR
RAILROAD.
Time Table. Sunday, Sept. 5, 1897.
TIME TABLE:
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Standard
Time.
seeTH, SOTe.
8:43 a. m. *7:3 a.m.
*12:15 a. m. 11:21 a. m.
4:46pm. 8:40 p. m.
19:10 am. 058:05p.
nRon between Ann Arbor and Toledo oniy,
"Eons between Toledo anod idowell. This
train Sunday only. All other trains daily
except Sunday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent
W. H BENNETT 0. P. A. Toledo 0.
MICH IGAN (jENTIRAL
The .tlayara Falls Rot."
Central Standard Time.
TRAINS AT ANN ARBOR.
P. M. AM.
Mtall and En-..3 47 B., N. Y., Chi.--. 8 11
N. Y. Special.... 4 58 Rail.------5 18
*N. S. Limited.. 0 45 P.M.
Eastern Ex--.-10 u5 Western Ex--. 1 55
A.M. G.tR.& K. E.-- 5155
19. N.Exprenss.--- 5 50 Chi. Nt. Ex----5 41
Atlantic Ex--. 7 30 Pacific En.---12 3i0
G. R. Expresn _-_11 10
*North Shorn Limited is an extra fare train
be he a charge of $2.5s to New Yorh than oe
other trains.
0. W. EUoGLESs, H. W. HAves,
G. P. & T. Ags., Chicago. Ag0.1 Ann Arhor
. of M. Shaving Parlors and Bath Rooms
322 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Ladles' artistic Hole Dressing- op stairs
Old criends call agaio. We welcome new
ones. ,. K. TRIOJANOW'SKI,
HENTSCHLER, THE PHOTOGRAPHEF
Telephone ',0. ANN ARBOR
ENOCHi DIETERLE,
EliBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Calls Attended Dayor Night.
No. 116 East Liberty Street: Residence. 52'
Soth Fonrth Ave. Phone 129.
RANDALL, THE PHOTOGRAPHER,
WASHINGTON BLOCK. ANN ARBOR,
KtINUDRAR ENi E H rn t
Call and See Us,
CAN FURNISH MUSIC OF FIRST-CLASS.
Orders for all Fraternity parties, cial
dances, etc. Leave orders at Ann Arbo;
Music Co. or at Eesidence,l710 eddes ave
P,.S, - Will tahe pupils on Piano and is
sight reading at above named Platen.
A. J .Johnston.

ICeo. S.
Parker
Foun- E
tain
Pea.

H AL L ER'SLowney's Chocolates, FUNERAL. DIRECTOR.
.- -JEWELRY STORE! GO TO-- Fmbalming a Specialty.
U. of M Buttons and W. W. TUTTLE 5,t stleS. t). . :09, FO URTIH AVE NUS,
U. Pn.ALLEORETIS, if you wish. Amblancesnight or day.
________________________________________________________________ Residence, 102 Fifth Aveaue.
ROSS GRANGER, Teacher of Dancing. ANTON TEUTFEL,
T HOSE considering tho subject of dancing are requested to rail HEADUARStsF Oe
at the office of Ross Graniger for correct informatiosn in regard 1'Trunsks, 0 cars IlorDress uit Canes, aniA
I .elescope
to classes, private lessons, terms, etc. OFFICiE: Ground Floor. Truats and YValiseo repaired neatly asSi
GRANGER'S ACADEMY, Maynard Street chseaply. No. 3075. Hole Strong.
Athletic Notes. l Michl~ganenaian Vacancy Filled. C.85 II MAJOR & CO,
Thlesnior lair slasss held aisiurl TheeArtistic~deorators
''Ilie Univs'ity of C'alifoiicZia iliti class ii':'liocll 11hcisii.ic aorsain .) Have a conmplete line of
'ompas~ny bias organized a ohll-awls'e orbls' elect ai u'i::isi' on the J MIiliigaiis si: Well Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
Northiwestern 17iiii-rs:12' will 1pla y ahoars inliit1:' ilass' of SisartL. I..'t''iisis Shades, Room Mouldings, Etc.
1aiei3.:aci colO.: 1 1111i ''iu'i I:': ur rs ~ Specialty of fine interior decorating,
oi Nor. date:~issniomiinaied'and he 'i:'i:ils:'isas painting, frescoing, tinting and paper
Studns of teb e ":c':lclii rnl iten 10' standing; vol'. li1 lie seis'idhanging. Only the best of workmes
a1 Iirs'arsi will priesen'Iiteincil's . ii iiiioi W'. E. 21(1we5 received 1'*~ employed. Work guaranteed.
''Allislie'' this e':'r. ii)' if this'voies,11( siis wsheni'fre'f C.i'''V VMAIJOR & CO
'Phi"Ai-An riior i gh School (sifel- elecstedi. oV . a\
edeslii D~etro~i it .1i Il i i-s'lsil 2 '."y su'The Artistic Decorator,,
::fl:'runiin a holly s ooti'sI,:ipgsosi AT A''TI2E .ATRlENS.
12' <i score' of i, to 0. 'Tle'Deli'oit'i's "I'll:I'rodligal 1-stlier" whlic'hwill 'T . D I~ N
5 irotest ithe glil::nim:na dlecisio:: of 11t'he b seen atsi t Aii 'ii 'Iies: ."r T N E
iDI111iii':e who wsouii liiiotsilowis touc1h1- toiniight, issaidilto heii'oiiiof sl'the ~ I e i
l~~R n ! on. In: 111l'l pobiitii2'he gs:asiwill funnieist faire'e'comede'l zi ht ss I "'5
ibe pii''laydover, the 'w'inei't10 nee 1!)eil:O'ediniithlis city fiii' yi'ar'. 'liireThe Largest 1L1ne or BIcycles, Suns-
(21:112 Rapiidslhilgi: school for the' silie co:::~amy is com:poseil of exr".'I:liomitilly drien and Supplies at
cbanipionsirl. lirigit 1a11: prepiosse'ssin~g ieoille,. :'ce.y M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
one 11as11artist I:in is wily. Teleph~one No. 8,, One door I'ast of Amen3-
$ SATURDAY AT 0IIANXER*S. can House
Alsseiiihiily Satiuriday evei'ngs, 8.125 'riifesso~r S:Il''iilI: : h:l The Name the (Uuarantee.
i'lock. TI:'iiei's, geutlesiien cXc'IO- IIiaCsMond:t' at :30,1 and11 1p. ill. ito - 0 SPALDING'S
sively, i::oriling, 10 oclosck. Laie:s, m:eet sil stud:iints swhio leii'sl'i'oielect Foot Bell Supplies For '97
afternoon 4 o'clock. Alsoo'lastorela-:Ity of iihe' 'onisi's iiff irc-in oli 1111 Everequie:osite for th~e Game,.
diesand utleneir1 'enesd evez- laeogers swildo well to write
dio: b1 g' l::iiWens~y ee ptart. afoe _samples and secalrates
fring. 8:22; and for gi'nt:le exclusive- before purchasin~g.
ly Thtursday evenlig. Any Iwo :ieet- >Ill(' IGA N I1021'tRIi. S Ii1NtI'. The Spelding Official
iugs a week. Twelve wveeks $2. Sin- AiSO(IATION. Foot Bell.
gie ev'tning 50 cents IllrI'coulnei' .iii.iii il~5 1:. Adoseed by Yale. Princeton, Pennsylvanim,
is open to studeints it$211.7 i'ear, olli" Harvard, Corn:ell, and all other leading uni-
(dranger's Academiy. 27 versitles. Eoth bail tested and packe, anel
aha~lf th~e ri'gilic fee. Applly toi sealed in seperate boa with brass infeator
Spaleinug's Official Font Hall Guide
Tre isurecc. for 897 Edited by WALTER CAMIP. Post-
Band mein isillnmelt 11hal:it I1:15 paid. to cents.
isoday instead of 2:15 Is: go to 21. :'. IttLAOX ''EN PARTIY. Catologoe of Fail and Winter Sports,nea.
"leiot to iieet alilnieni. RE' 'i'yone nisilDancing party it Granger's Acard- A, G, SPALDING & DRDS.,
So lhcre at 1:25 shiaris. 21ANA020521. olly. {Saturd:ay evening, '.15 o'cicS New York Philadelphia
F_______- 1ifty ceints iier coule. All stuidentls Chicago Washingtor,
Subocribe for the Daily. ald friends imvited. AGENCY FOR TH E
Schoolof Dacing, WASHBURN, also BOHWMA
.b University Sho fDnig
)r Mandolins and Guitars
e. State Street., opposite Law Building
n erms $5.00 a semester - - Single evenings 50 cents. SCIIAEBERIA'S Music Store
Office-427 Thompson Street. 124 W. Liberty St., Ann Arbor.

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