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November 11, 1897 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1897-11-11

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
NEVY! --WOnr Futrnishings for Gentlemen-- EW
Wewill 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, F°Earth.
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 HALF' HOSE.-SWEATERS! Wool Combination Suits, $2.50 and $.50-All Wool worth $2110 for
Fine Silk, Lisle. Cashmere, and Cotton Hose-Fancy Lisle Hose, $1 58 a suit. Wool Fleeced, Cotton Fleeced, Camil's Hair, Etc.
seamless Macu split soles-see our two-for-a-quarter line. T eSles h etBado olr n uf
Night Robes, Bath Robes, Pajamas, at unheard of Prices. E. & W. Bodie Narkette, KeletaNiota, Etc. Barkers, Souix, Mtahopac,
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 MVAC0K& 00.. N. W. Cor. Main and Liberty

Netwithstanding
cest raise on seting
the chasgesis the toi
tate oursuiform toe
Banjo, 1st,2d, 3dstl
Mandoiisnsad A,
Mndoi nDand G,
VislitsGut, each 1St
Guitar, ,B, G.get,
Guiar, DA. E,10c.
Flee strings a spi
15c to 2ceach.
ANN ARBOR MU
205.-07 E. Washin
ANN At
Time Table. Sunday,'
TIME TAB
Trains leave Ass Arbor by
Timse.
8:43,a. se.
*12:15 a. mn.
4:46 p. en.
19:10 a. em.
*Run between Ann Arboi
*Rnns between ToledoF
train Snday only. Allc
sagept Sunday.
W. B BENNETT 0. P. A.
MCI6AN (
Tice Niagara Fai
Central Standa
TRAINS AT AN:
Mdail and Exs.--3 47 B.
N. Y. Specia.... 4 5 M
*N. . Limited...6045
Eastern Exs.15--5ow W
i.eM. iG.
D. NExpress.... 5 50 12
Atlantic Ex....7 30 Pt
G. REpress .__11 15
*North Shore Limited is
to hena charge of $2.5 to N
other trains.
OW. RUGGESs
G. P. & T. Axt., Chicago.
. Jof M. Shaving Parlors
322 SOUTH STAT
Ladies' artistic Hair 0:
01d friends call again.
ons. J. H. TI
RENTSCHLEB, fTIE
telephne ' Q.
ENOCHI Dl TiERLE
ri1BALMBQ; AND PUt
CallasAttendedl DayneorNight
No. 116 East Liberty Str
South Fouerth Ave.
RANDALL, THE PH
WASHIINGTON BLOCK.
KINDERGARTEN,
Call and St
CAN FURNISH MUSIC Of
Orders for all Pratts
dances; etc. Leaveor
Munsic Co. oscat RHeslde
P. S.- Will takes. upis
sight reading 4t abv.nal

th 0per

IGeo. S.
Parker

gsown. cc Fouln -
Nprice.
Sc. Pen.
,each 10c.
:ciaiy from NOW1EI is the time to join the classes at 0. D"LX liTARTIN,
of FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
sgton SttuEUUuN. Embalming a Specialty.
TERM BEGINS WHEN YOU DO. Ambelance night or day.
Ground Floor, Maynard Street. GRANGER'S ACADEMY. Residence. HI2 Fifth Avenee.
M OR Calse- A h tes ANTON TEUFEL,
Sept.sl Inan v.5llnos. t-heAten.iEAQUiRESO R
Set:, s7 Rightinote7-ca hills of 'lea-
info tgepieca Trunks, Valises. Dress Suit Cases. ansi
yCentral Standard 'The Univcrsity of Illinois audtlbs itessee, where people spoak in soft Telescopes.
Carlisle Indians meet a weck front Sat- drawling accent and whore they love Trunhs and Valises repaired neatly and
'tSOcen. urday in the Chicago Coliseum, nego- and bate with an intensity the cold cheaply. No. 307S. Main Street.
11:25 . m. tiotions having been closed, yesterday. Northerner knows not, David "Higgins
.x;5p ; The ga me will be played -at night. and his companmy will take the audi- HIA LLI. ER' S
rand:Toledo only Huff, one of Illinois' coaches, is n0w once at the Athens TheaternxSa- .-JE LR ST E
and Howell. Thie also coachitig the College of Pihysi. urday evening. of JWLR TR
atetnins dailyY clans and ?Surgeons at Chicago and it U Of" Buttons and
TILOlE n t Is thought that the Illinois team will PinsN,:I ~RC. _____________________
ToeoO CETFCFEC.be made up partly of ?P. and S. players, Subscriptions for "La Nature" will FO ... OMM stelte nttto sapr foe audymrig o.2,a
E X M D~T ath laterintitioal ensesjar fen audymrig o.2,a Lowney's Chocolates
J " L" th omr.Atrtile"i"e r a. ini., in the Registrar's offic. lbe
111 Roue." paid the procecds wiii be evenly di- course is open in preference to scion- -00 TO-
rd Time. vided !between the two teaums. tiiWtdnsadte oalohr n~ . W. TUTTLE'j'S, 338 s.
W AROR.tzfc stdens ad thn t al othrs n State Si.
N WARBOR the order of their application. To en- ALLEGRETIS, if you wish.
N.V. Mh..O Among the Colleges, ier the course it is required that one
nil - . Ninme Vale graduates tire coactinagsx a tlas ih or fI
etern Ex--.-15H football teamis this season. trench. The price of te paper is
R. AK.REx.---.5e55 t 0 x70; it must be paid before the Itohi-
hi. Nt. Es.---5945 the Vale Glee Club report faor 'lid -.n~t1
sciSc Es----11 Bsos aac o vr$,00i h days. Applicauts not payinig ey tit The Largest Line er Bicycles, sun-
aexrfrtantesr.time will lose their jranki, and othiers dries and Supples a
'ew York than on Owing to a lack of mateial, ibm- will asbe ie admitted in their places. The M. STAEBLE'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
H. W. HiA"s, Brown University Glee Club.siill not ets slmtdt 0 Telephone No. 8. One door Rant of Ameni-
AehAnAbrorganize this year. All literary students desiring to en- cnBee
sanidBath Rooms Princeton and Harvard are now the ter the preliminaries for the 'Michigan- The Name the guaranee.
HE STREET. ol w em hc aentbe Chicago debate are urged to report imn SPALDIN~'GS
)ressing up stairs scored against this year. Itoom VI, University Hall, Saturday, at Foot Ball- Supplies For 797
We welcome new A tax of nearly $10,111. has been as- 8 p. m. sharp. Every Requisite for the <lame.
RKOJANOWSKI, Saaeswl owlt rt
sessed upon Vale. 'The authorities will Mngr ild elt rt
efstopyadwlbrnShme- Hereafter Prof. Hlempl's class in for samples and special miten
E PHOTOGRAPHERreuetpaanwilbigtemt-bfrprcsn.
ter up in the courts as e test case.-- Chaucer will meet only on WVedneSday The Spalding Offical
ANN ARBOR .Ex. from 4 to 6i. Foot Ball.
E Chrysanthemums free for football, FOR RENT-A desirable suite of Adopted by Vale, Princeton, Pennsylvania,
fro Harvard, Cornell, and nil other leading uel-
INERAL DIRECTOR. game Saturday. See advertisement on frnt rooms, modern convenlenCes at versities. Each ball tested and packed, and
427 Tompso St.sealed is separate box with brass inflattor
lasetpages41eThompson ot.Plien., Official Feet iBaiS Guide
Pe: hesdne.29.feor-897. Edited by WiLTERsCAMP. Post-
PoeS.University QSchool of. D ancing, padio tests.PalndWteSprs
OTO N ARB Ri State Street., opposmte Law Building A. B, SPALDINGD & BROS.,
AN RBOR.' Terms $5.00 a selester - - Single evenings 50 Cents. New York Philadelphia
(Naw QUATES) Offlce-427 Thompson Street.W
102 E. tierot ______________
eus, Do YOU speak Greek? You can , FINE NEW LOT OP
lanit while buying £ hburn
nrit and candy..at the Greek Store, ".W si "urt.."
F RSTCLASS, THIS IS SPACE OF 2113 North Main street, opp. court9 Just received.
nity parties, club ~ iuni AfVI house. Pure homo made candies Lowest ricds on STRINGS W- TRIM-,
,ders at Ann Arbor N iRIHMOND &W IiIUS) and ice cream, fine California' fruits, MINOS for all' anstruments.
nce,1710 tat des awe. very suitable for presents, and wean s ERIMC. ko os lw tiai o ~~~S5fA5R,' UI0TR
party you .are going to give. 1 a4e West Liberty t, Ass Arbor.
D 11 21;JAMES KOSTAUS.

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