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February 10, 1898 - Image 3

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.3
Men's Frihig hat Sell Thesves!.
OUR STOCK COMPRISES Of THlE BEST VALUES AND MAKES.
Pure Lambs Wool Worst- Unlaundered, pure Warn- Random 'Wool, a fine
ed. All kinds-of Styles sutta Cotton and 4-ply sot amn odo
Sweaters .insall the Combinations of IShirts. Linen Bosom 150c. Thre IiUnderwear sot amn odo
Colors. The best from best shirt in the market to- any scratching material.
$;3.00 to $4.50. dlay. See them at 69le.
We invite comparison. Our gcods are what we represent them to be. We can save you money.
Drop in and see our stock.
MAIN STREET, S. RA "- MAIN STREET, S.
IVIFMC & 0 U'

SONGIS and TWO=STEPS.
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO,
205-207 E. Washington St.
ANN ARBOR
Time Table, Sunday, Sept~ , 189 7.
TIME TABLE:
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Standard
Time.
8:43 . m. *7:3a.nm
*12:15 a.m.n. 11:25 a. ma.
4:40 p. m. 8 :40 p. m.
nRuon between Ann Arbor and Toledo only.
E.5. GILMO0RE, Agent
W. H BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo 0.
Mw]HIGAUENT A
The Niagara Falls Route."
Central Standard Time.
TRAINS AT ANN ARBOR.
Maiiand Ex------.347 1B., N. Y, Ci--- 12
N. Y. Special.---4 58 Mail---------915
G. R. Express ---H 10 Pacific Es---12510
*N 5 Lmted--_-8 I101P. M.
Eatern Eu.--- 47 Western Ex --.13lb
AM. G.R. & K. Ex.---55i
D. N.Expresso----5 50 ChiNtEx-----7 47
Atlantic Ex...7 30
*North 5hore Limited is an extra fair train
to beoa charge of $2 50 to New York than on
other trains.
©.. RUGGLES, 1I. W. hAYES,
0. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt.. Ann Arbor
THE BUCKEYE ROUTE.
COLUMBUS, HOCKING YALLEY ANDI TOLEDO RAILWAY
Is the only line from the Toledo Unon
Station to Columbus and points beyond,
using Union depot terominals at Colum
bus and runs four fast express trains
daily between the points namektwn: of
them in the un-precedented time of thrrr
hours. Parlor caro on day traits, seats 25
cents: Putman sleepers on night trains.
Studrnts deiring unequaled faoilities
are invited to use the aucheye Route and
can obtain fll particulars on apilcation
to local ticket agents.
E. R. DAVIDSON,
Dint. Pass. Agent, Toledo; or
W. H. TISEOEt, 0G. P. and T. A.,
Columbus, Ohio.
CAN FUHNISH MUSIC OF FIRST-CLASS.
Orders for all Fraternity parties, club
dances, etc. Leave orders at Ann Arbor
Music Co. or at Residence, 1710Ge ddes ave.
P.S..- Will take pupils on Piano and in
sight reading at above name Places,
A. J . Johnston.
ENOCHI DETERLE,
ElIBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
CadlsAttended Day or Night.
No. i16 East Liberty Street: Residence. 5311
South Fourth Ave. Phone 129.
RANDALL, THE PHOTOGRAPHER,
WASHINGTON BLOCK. ANN ARBOR,

KINERAREN 1212.liuron St. o CAFING DISHES,
Call and See Us,5 O'CLOCK
RENTSCHLER, THE PHOTOGRAPHER TEA KETTLES.
Telephoune IsO. ANN AtRBOR W =- , r old. i'tADJixOE
Can Mr. and Mrs. Ross Granger snake a businiess of teach-
U lan dancing. You can join the classes at any time, the
U term starting with your first lesson. Private lessons
Dance glvca by appointment. Office, grountd floor.
GRANGERS ACADEM Y
Law Examinations. t1lSPOIOV 0)1 EIt'(. C,'*LON IN 'tI11l
I'N ITR'ZI) STAVE'aS.
I -ST YEAt CJ.S. A c:ose bs':iriig lie above tcitlk will
I lenenlary Law', Feb. 1,1), p ,be iven for: h le gist tln iii:: ll sl oUiii-
S< los, Feb. 14, 2 p . vs'crsily ltir-iingthe 'conig ss':nos~:'i.
D~ooestiecIRelations, F01). 15, . pin.''l::' iriaicioill linssof odtic'itioml de-
Torts, Feb. 16, 2 pis. scisoi:no ntin the 'countilrysw111 be
Oontatcs, Fob. 17, 2p. 1n. :::icetl il.l ollia:. fri:::: sirly cololil
CrimnaliLaw, IFob. 1S, 2p~ . . iys. ltsalbcrs of lle ti'la:ss will Cic
ISBCOND T RI LAis. exp~sete':to10 30:1:1 in eorse "I~locc:
C'ode 'Ploeidiig, Feb. 11, 5:a. 0:. _Mal iln omn :1: 10t:'::Slloi:lziv ai':l
Bills Auld Nsotes, IFeb. 12, 8 <1. ill. iI:liil'lSie"son1::'ii:-
Pralctice in U. S. 'Coutsl, Felt. 1, +loll 7by ('hairle's Scribners' Slills.
'l. 10. 'h'is :s::ck. liosse:, swilli 0::,aces:':-
Resal Proiperty, Feb. 15, 8 a. i0. l),pied b lctres 011p11111'1 liissof
C'ivil Proce'dure, Feb. 10i, 8 a. iii. devlo''lii t. Onily advanc'ed studenits
Partnership, iFeb. 17, S a. iii ill 1110Uivisrsity, sir those wholhave
'FIRD10 TAit ClASS. 1Lad seiasideralie exper1ience's'in1teach-1
Injlinclions 11:ldltccivers, PFIb. 11,ill:;sill be::. iilt:'d to:takeo'th1e
10 7. iin. 'oarlse.
Wills, Feb. 12, 10 "a 1. Thels'lectuiris will be giwen weekly,
Mortgages, Fob. 14, 10 s:5. l111 . ltaiy a. n 1. il, Tz ili 1Haill, o::a
C'oliotitOtioilLass, Fbi. 15, t 10<. lit. '.lihe st~atemients ii11he Aimanvll-
si'blic Officers, Fe'b. E0i, 1) a.it. . ,en:1tflutt thlis is01 twvoIsoirs' coaise
(~on eytlcing, Feb. 17, 10 a. in. is alli-rror. IC::is1-ll~tionis ilvited.
'trial of C"auses, Feb. 17, 4 p. in:. B.A. IEI N Sl)I.R.
P'alent Law and:01C(pyrighi, Fosh.1, ____________
101 a. ill. CALENDAR.
a :llcofte studenitsslio h o t1:1 1 lcsieil u hnciill 111 :Il::lc i:il 5of tlelnic o
ION I.II 10001K 'by I ridzoy iafter- Friday, Flb. 11-itecitasi by 6i :l'
nioni, F.18.E, wsill kindly c111 atthlbsrat on Prie St(Xeoritii Organ, al
, OX Office i ili1versity 11al11o(Ict S p. m.
the1 ofice of itie A'iuiiiiii Assoecilio:l Friday, Fceb. 1S8luiior Hop in Waster.
andi receive a cop~y fre'e of ctliigs. in C ymnasitum.
(SECOND SEMESTER.)
Meechems Cases on Agencies,
Greenleaf on Evidence, Vol. 1,
Cooley on Taxation,
Holland's Elements of Jurisprudence,
High's Extraordinary Legal Remedies.
All the above books can he found at
SHEH A'N 'S
320 South State Street.

FULLER &BERANEK,
W"TAILORS3
Cleaning, Pressing and Rep irn.
Work called for aind delivered.,
3112 5. STATE ST.. over Ilonryas.
Phone No. 28d, New State.
0. M. MARTIN,
jFUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Embalming a Specialty.
NO. 209 FOURTHi AVENUE.
Ambulance nicht or day.
Residence, 102 PlcfEhiAvenue.
.DROP IN AND GET ONE..
SID W. NILIARD'S'
.Football Calendars for 1898.
West Liberty Street.
JU. of M. Shaving Parlors and Bath Rooms.
322 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Ladies' artistic Hair lDressine op stairs
Old friends tall again. We weli ome new
I ones. 0 I.TIIOJANOSII,
Lowney's Chocolates
-00O TO---
W. W. TUTTLE' S o S.
E, ALLIIORETIS, 1f you wish.
KALO
IIAItD, SOFT, CANNEL AND)
E SMOKELESS COALS
AND 1COKL.
M. STABBLwER,
119 W. Washington Street. Phloner6
Tilt LARG~EST 5IANUFACTRERtS OF0A01ETIC
t- AND BILYCLE SUPPL~IES ANDP E7.1015
A. G. SPADING & BROS.
Ofiil"The Name Elhe Cuarantee."
OfiilOutfitters tonShe Leading College, Ath.
Oletic Club and School TeamnsIfShe U. S.
Every Requisite for Base Ball,
-Athletic Sports and Pastimes.
The Spalding Official League Ball
Adopted by National, Minor, College and
School Leagues.
Bane Bll Uniforms, .Bats, Gloves,
Mits, Chest Protectors, Shoes, Etc..
THE SPALDINGS CHAINLESS BICYCLES 08
1THE SPALDINC BLUE RACER (Chain)i OEL.
TESADNRODHE 141Send for Illustrated Catalogue of all
Athletic Sports.
A. 01 SPALDING & BROS.5e okPhldla,
Chicago Wanhington,
FINE NEW LOT OF '
.. Washbnrns.. 4
Junt received. 4
ILowest p rices on STRINGS and TRSM-
MINOS for all Instruments.y
SCHAEBERLE'S MUSIC STORE t
r 11 Wes Llbrly t.,Ann Arbee.

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