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November 08, 1897 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1897-11-08

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
NEW! --Our Furnishings for Gentlemen.- NEW!
We will have this space for the rest of college year, and will give you the benefit of our Special Sales.
We HAVE the BEST to be had. Good values moderate prices. Come in and examine our stock.
OUR NECKWEAR IS THE BEST! GLOVES, GLOVES, GLOVES, Finesnth.
Fisk, Clark & Flag, line of fine String, and Club Ties--Rufus Water-i Adler's swell, English walking Gloves -- Werthiemer's, 411 West
house renown Ascots and four-in-hands-Berliner, Strauss End, and No. 12-The best DOLLAR Glove in the city.
& Deners in all styles. .. UNDERWEAR-SWEATERS
FINE HALF HOSE.-SWEATERS! Wool Combination Suits, $2.50 and $3.50-All Wool worth $2.00 for
Fine Silk, Lisle, Cashmere, and Cotton Hose-Fancy Lisle Hose, $1 58 a suit. Wool Fleeced, Cotton Fleeced, Camil's Hair, Etc.
seamless Maco split soles-see our two-for-a-quarter line.
The Sellers: The Best Brand of Collars and Cuffs
Night Robes, Bath Robes, Pajamas, at unheard of Prices. /E. & W. Bodie Narkette, Keleta, Niota, Etc. Barkers, Souix, Mahopac,
Don't miss our UMBRELLAS. Cluett Collars and Cuffs.
Our Telephone is ready to receive orders, and our wagon ready to deliver them.
N. W. Cor. Main and Liberty MAOK & GO.. N. W. Cor. Main and Liberty

Notwithstanding" the 40 per
cent raise on strings owing to
the change in the tariff we re-
tain ouruniform low price.
Banjo, 1st, 2d, 3d, 5th. Sc.
Mandolin. Eand A, 2%c.
Mandolin, D and G, 5c.
Violin, Gut, each 10c.
Guitar, E, B, G, gut, each 10.
Guitar, 1)l. A. E, i0c.
Fie strings a specialy from
S5ctoe25cteach.
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.,
205-207 E. Washington St.
ANN ARBOR
Time Table, Sunday, Sept. i, 1897.
TIME TABLE:
Trains leave Ann Arhor hy Central Standard
Time.
NORTH. sOn.
8:435a. m. *7:30 a. m
*12:5 a. m. 11:21 a. m.
4:45p. m. 8:40 p.m.
t9:10a.m. 18:05p.m
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only.
+Runs between Toledo and Howell. This
train Sunday only. All other trains daily
E. S. GILMORE, Agent
W, H BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo O.
MIGHIGAN AL
The Niagara Falls Route."
Central Standard Time.
TRAINS AT ANN ARBOR.
EAST. WEST.
tail and Ex.-3 47 B., N. Y., Chi.... 8 i
N. Y. Special.-- 4 58 Mail5............ 9 18
*N. S. Limited... 5 6P. M.
Eastern Ex-....10 05 Western Ex.-...1 55
Al.l.tRt. & K. Ex.-- 5 55
D.N.Express... 5 50 Chi. Nt.Ex- 40
Atlantic Ex- 7.5 Pacific Ex-5-....12 30
a. R. Express -__11 15
*North Shore Limited is an extra fare train
to be a charge of 82.50 to New York than on
other trains.
U. W. RUGGLEs, H. w. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Alit., Chicago. Ant.: Ann Arbor
U. of M.ShavingParlors and Bath Rooms
322,SOUTH STATE STREET.
Ladies' artistic Hair Dressing up stairs
Old friends call a an. We welcome new
ones. J. R. TROJANOWSKI,
RENTSCHLER, THE PHOTOGRAPHER
Telephone O. ANN ARBOR
ENOCH DIETERLE,
ErIBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Calls Attended Dayor Night.
No. 116 East Liberty Street: Residence, 533
South Fourth Ave. Phone 129.
RANDALL, THE PHOTOGRAPHER,
WASHINGTON BLOCK. ANN ARBOR,
KINDERGART QN. U RT

Geo. 8,
Parker
Foun- W
taro
NOW is the time to join the class
Granger's Scho
TERM BEGINS'
Ground Floor, Maynard Street.
Private Instruction In Latin.
The Latin department has arranged
a prograni whereby students who have
not the Latin required for entrance
and those who desire to change to A.
B. and Ph. B. can secure instruction
with reasonable expenditure of time
and money. In case several apply',
who need about the same instruction,
classes will be formed. A's the work
is done under the directi:n of the de-
partment, a certificate from those ap-
pointed to give instructi-n will be ac-
cepted on completion of the work. The
following are those authorized by the
department to give instrctioi: Miss
Ella Bourne, Ph1. 1., 20 S. State st.;
S. A. Jeffers, A. 21., 321 E. Liberty st.;
J. W. Sturgiss, 1A. 1., 320 S. Division
st.; and Miss Arletta M. Warren, Ph.
B.
In addition to those named above the
department has on file a list of other
graduate students in Latin who will
be willing to give a limited amount of
private instruction on reasonable
terms.
MICHIGAN POLITICAL SCIENCE
ASSOCIATION.
Memlership, including publications,
is open to students at $1 per year, one-
half the regular fee. Apply to.
GHARLES H. COOLEY,
Treasurer.
Subscribe for the Daily.
University Sch
State Street., oppo
Terms $5.00 a semester -
Office-427 Tt

es at 0. M. MARTIN,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
l of D ancing .IN.Embalming a Specialty.
0I f a~uuig, NO. !200 FOURTH AVENUE.
Amblulance night or day.
WHEN YOU DO. Resldence, 302 Fifth Avenue.
GRANGER'S ACADEMY.
.. ANTON TEUFEL,
AT THE ATIHNS. HEADQUARTERS FOR
Trunks, Valises. Dress Suit Cases, and
T'ihe advance sale for Roland Reed, Telescopes.
' who will appear at the Atlen Theater Trunks and Valises repaired neatly and
tonorrosw night in "The Wirong 81. cheaply. No. 307 S. Main Street.
Wright," has started out very good
and warrants Mr. BZeed the house he1H A L L E R'S
should have.
JE -JEWELRY STORE!
"At Piney Ridge," that great south-
ern play owhicih on account of its great U. of . Pin s and
success near drove its author wild,
wil appear at the Athens Theater pO Rn I
'Saiurday, Noveiber 13. 'his aturac- Lowney's Chocolates
tion plays to but two one-night stands
tis season, and Ann Arbor is very
l::cky in having the opportunity of wit- W. W. TUTTLE'S, aSe-se.
nessing such a fine attraction. ALLEGRETIS, if you wish.
iThe next attraction after "Piney T A N D
.Ridlge" It tihe Athens Theater will b$
"Killarney on the Rhine," with .1. . 'T oR ent ! ! I
Toole as leading man.
The Largest Line of Bicycles, Sun-
NOBBY -DRESERS ATPIENT)ION. dries and Supplies at
Mr. A. E. Rose, of the Rose Tailor- M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
ing Co., Detroit, will display a thoice Telephone No. 8. One door East of Ameri-
line of Imported Novelties in Suitings, can House.
Overcoatings and Trouserings at the
Cook House, Wednesday and Thurs-
day, Nov. 10 and 11. Mr. Rose has SPALDING'S
iiade a large percentage of the stu- E y RallSupplie orhe Game
dents' work during the past eight Managers will1o well to write
years, and guarantees style, work and for samples and special rates
fit. Suit or overcoat to order $20 up. befo Spasing Official
.,All are invited. N. 'B. FreE2 Free: A Foot Ball.
solid leather dress suit ease with every Adopted by Yale, Princeton, Pennsylvania,
$25 order or over. 3f Harvard, Cornell, and all other leadin uni-
versities. Each ball tested and packed, and
sealed in neparate box with hrnss inflator
Price, $S-oo.
ool of D anc ng, Spalding's Oficial Foot Ball Guide
for 897. Edited hy WALTER CAMP. Pont.-
sste Law Building paid, in'ce's.
Catalogue of Fall and Winter Sports, FREE.
- Single evenings 50 cents. A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
hompson Street. New York PilIadelphla
Chicago Washington
SYou speak Greek? You cn AGENCY FOR THE
Fruit and candy at the Greek Store, WASHBURN, also BOIMAN
203 North Main street, opp. court
house. Pure home made candies Kandolins and Guitars
and ice cream, fine California fruits, ALiUVLL n utr
very suitable for presents, and we
know you will want them for that , .
party you are going to give. SCIIAEBERLE'S Music Store
JAMES KOSTAUJS. 11$ W. Liberty St., Ann Arbor.

.s sa omoaw sa111 1 i2 .nuron z.I

Call and See Us,
CAN FURNISH MUSIC OF FIRST-CLASS.
Ordersfor all Fratersity parties, club
dancen, etc. Leave orders at Ann Arbor
Music Co. or at Residence,1710Geddes ave.
P.S.--Will take pupils on Piano and in
sight reading at above named Places.
A. J .Johnston.

THIS IS SPACE OF
RICHMOND & BACKUS,
DETROIT, MICH.

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