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November 10, 1897 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1897-11-10

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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, FiesEr
Fisk, Clark & Flag, line of fine String, and Club Ties-Rufus Water- 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.
& Denzers in all styles.
UNDERWEAR-SWEATERS
FINE H ALF HOSE.-SWEATERS! Wool Combination Suits, $2.50 and $3.5e-All Wool worth $2.00 for
Fine Silk, Lisle, Cashmere, and Cotton Hose-Fancy Lisle Hose, $1 58 a suit. Wool Fleeced, Cottor. Fleeced, Camil's Hair, Etc.
seamless Maco split soles-see our two-for-a-quarter line.
The Sellers: The Best Brand of Collars and ct.,s
Night Robes, Bath Robes, Pajamas, at unheard of PricesL 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 IVIAOK& 00., N. W. Cor. Main and Liberty

Notwithstanding' the 40 per
cent raise on strings owing to
the change in the tariff we re-
tain our uniform low price.
Banjo, 1st, 2d, 3d, 5th, 5c.
Mandolin, E and A, 2%c.
Mandolin, D and G, 5c.
Violin, Gut, each 10c.
Guitar, E, B, Ggut, each 10c.
Guitar, D, A, E, 10c.
Fineostringsa specialy from
15c to 25c each.
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.,
205-207 E. Washington St.
ANN ARBOR
Time Table, Sunday, Sept. 5, 1897.
TIMtE TABLE:
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Standard
Time.
8:43 a.em. *7:30a.mi
*12:15 a. m. 11:25 a. m.
4:40 p. m. 8:40 p.mi.
"9:10 a.mi. t805p. M
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only
'Runsn between Toledo and Howell. This
train Sunday only, All other trains daily
except Sunday,
E. $. OILMORE, Agent
W, H BENNETT G F,.A, ToledoO.A
IGHIGAN JETAL
The Niagara Falls Route."
Central Standard Time.
TRAINS AT ANN ARBOR.
EAST. WEST.
MaliandEx-...347 BNY~Chi-. 12
N. Y. Special---- 4 58 Mail-5-----918
*N.s . Limited..- 6 45 P. M.
Eastern Ex----10 v5 Western Ex.--1 55
A. M. G. R. &EK. Ex.--- 5 55
0. N Exprens.. 5 5 hi. Nt. Ex- 940
Atlantic En-- H3 Pacific Es----512 as
G. R. Express ...11 10
*North Shore Limited isan extra fare train
to bea charge of $2.50 to New York than on
other trains.
0. W. RUGGLES, H. W. HAYE,
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt,3 Ann Arbor
U. of M. Shaving Parlors andBath Rooms
322 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Ladies' artistic Hair Dressing up stairs
Old friends call again. We welcome new
ones. J. R. TitOJANOWSKIl,
RENTSCHLER, THE PHOTOGRAPHER
Telephone O. ANN ARBOR
ENOCH DIETERLE,
EIBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Calls Attended Day or Night.
No. 116 East Liberty Street: Residence, 533
South Fourth Ave. Phone 129.
RANDALL, THE PHOTOGRAPHER.
WASHINGTON BLOCK. ANN ARBOR.
INDERGA TEN, QUARTERS)

Geo. S,
Parker
BROWN'S DRUG STORE. 0. N. DIARTIN,
CORNR MIN AD HRON TREFUNERAL DIRECTOR.
EEmbalming a Specialty.
Is the place to Register. This Register is always consulted first by the NO. 209 FOURTH AVENUE.
Messengers-It's FRE . Ambulance night or day.
Residence, 302 Fifth Avenue.

No Football in Chicago.
Alderman Plotke of anti-nigh hat no-
toriety took another ordinance to the
Council chamber last night with the
intention of clinching his claim to
fame as a lawgiver. The ordinance
will prohibit the flaying of football
anywhere within the limits of the City
of Chicago.
It is thought likely many of the
Aldermen may take the ordinance ser-
iously today and possibly pass it. This
would cause consternation or some-
thing worse if it should befall, for it
wosild not only put a bar to the big
game next Saturday between the Chi-
cago and Wisconsin University teams
and to the other big game scheduled
for Thanksgiving day between the
Chicago and Michigan University
elevens, but it would put a sudden and
heart-wrenching period to the hopes of
fame as "full backs" and "center rush-
es" which now swell hundreds of
schoolboy breasts or animate "flying
wedges" of urchins in backyards and
vacant lots.
The anti-football ordinance reads as
follows.
"Be it ordained by the City Council
of the City of Chicago: Section 1. It
shall hereafter be unlawful for any
person or persons to assemble for the
purpose of witnessing or playing, tak-I
ing part or engaging in the game
known as football anywhere within
the corporate limits of the City of Chi-
cago.
"Section 2. Any person or persons

who shall violate any of the provis-
ions of section 1 of this act shall be
punished by a fine of not less than $5,
nor more than $50 for each offense.
"Section 3. This ordinance shall go
into effect froai and after its passage
and publication."-Chic-ago Tribune.
Roland Reed Tonight.
Roland Reed, in "The Wrong Mr.
Wright," which he will present at the
Athens Theater tonight, has struck
a most congenial role and the
best play lie has had ini several
years. The theme is oneof several
mistaken Identities. Mr. Reed is a
wealthy San Franciscan whose confi-
dential clerk absconds with $50,000.
After offering a reward of $5,000 for
the fugitive, Seymour Sites (Mr. Reed)
concludes it cheaper to play detective
himself and save the $5,000. In so
doing he visits Old Point Comfort, as
Mr. Wright, and there find his wealthy
niece who is also incognito, her maid
masquerading as the mistress, in or-
der to ward off heiress hunters. To
make things eyen more interesting,
beautiful Isadore Rush, as a brand-
new woman detective on the trail of
the forger, strikes 'Mr. Wright" and
is certain "she has her man." Besides
Mr. Reed and Miss Rush, there is a
very well balanced company.
Chrysanthemums free for football
game Saturday. See advertisement on
last page.
Subscribe for the Daily.

i

ANTON TEUFEL,
Trunks, A aissDreesSuit Cases, and
Telescopes.
Trunks and Valises repaired neatly and
cheaply, No. 307 S. Main Street.
HA L LE R'S
-H---JEWELRY STORE!
U. o I Buttons and
.Pins.
Lowney's Chocolates
-0 TO-
W. W. TUTTLE'S, te -St.
ALLEGRETIS, if you wish.
To Pent!!!1
The Largest Line of Bicycles, Sun-
dries and Supplies at
M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
Telephone No. 8. One door East of Ameri-
can House.
The Name the Guarantee.
' SPALDING'S
Foot Ball Supplies For '97
Every Requisite for the Game.
Managers will do well to write
for samples and special rates
before purchasing.
The Spalding Official
Foot Ball.
Adopted h Vyale, Princeton, Pennsylvania,
Harvard, Cornell, and all other leading uni-
versities. Each ball tested and pace ,and
sealed in separate box with brass lilator
Price, $5.00.
Spaiding's Oltelal Foot Ball Guide
for 897. Edited by WALTER CAMP. Post-
paid, in cents.
Catalogue of Fall and Winter Sports, FREE.

University School of Dancing,

State Street., oppo
Terms $5.00 a semester -
Offce-427 T

,I.

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

site Law Building As 6, SPALDING & BROS.,
- Single evenings 50 cents. New York Philadelphia
Chicago Washing5ton
hompson Street. . ,+ Aw,,
peak Greek? You can FINE NEW LOT OF
o oulearn it while buying £.. ashburts
Fruit and candy at the Greek Store, ". "' .
203 North Main street, opp. court Just received.
house. Pure home made candies Lawest p rices on STRINGS and TRIM.
and ice cream, fine California fruits, MINGS for all instruments.
very suitable for presents, and we - BLE'S MUSIC STORE
know you will want them for that 'SCH AEBER ESMSCSO
party you are going to give. 14 West Liberly st., Ann Arbor.
JAMES KOSTAUS.

THIS IS SPACE OF
RICHMOND BACKUS,
DETROIT, MICH.

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