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February 26, 1898 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1898-02-26

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
Closing Out Sale, to Make Room for Our Spring Stock

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KWEAR... GOLF HOSE... SWEAIE
All $1.00 and 75c Ascots, - - 59c $2.25 Scotch Hose, - - - - $1.75 $5.00
Puffs, 4-in-Hands, $2.00 Scotch Hose. - - 1.50 $4 501
Imperial Strings, - - - - - 39c $1.75 Scotch Hose, - - - 1.25 $4.00
Adler's Tine English, Out-Seam a ove $1.33.
We guarantee our stock and stand back of everything we sell.

-RS...
Pure Worsted, - - - $4.00
Pure Worsted, - - - 3.75
Pure Worsted, - - - 3.00v
THIS WVEEK

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THIS WEEK

MACK & CO..

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S collections of vocal
and instrumental
music of the standard
composer s, suitable for
library or gift books just
received.
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.
205-207E. Washington St.
ANN ARBOR
Time Table, Sunday, Sept, 5, 1897T.
TIME TABLE:
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Standard
Time.
NORTH. SOUTH.
8:43 a.m. 57:0 a. m
'12:1 a. m. 11:25a. m.
4:46 p. m. :40 p. m.
*Rur, between Ann Arbor and Toledo only.
E.S. GILMoRE. Agent
W. H BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo O.
1jH IANGENTAL
The fiagara Falbs Route." I
Central Standard Time.
TRAINS AT ANN ARBOR.
EAST
P. l. A. M
Mail and Ex.--347 B,N. Y, Chi.512
NY Special...00 Mail. 515.918
G. R. Bxpres .71 251 Pacific Ex -....1210
*N. S Limited .... 8 10 PY5M.
Eastern Ex...---9 47 Western Ex.... 1 38
A. M. G. R. & K. Ex ... 55-
D. N. Express ...5 50 Chi. Nt. Ex.-....-7 47
Atlantic Ex...7130
*North Shore Limited is an extra fair train
to beachargeof$250 to New York than on
other trains.
.W. RcUGLES, II. W. HAYES,
e. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Aft.. AnnsArbor
THE BUCKEYE ROUTE.
COLUMBUS, HOCKING VALLEY AND TOLEDO AILWAY
Is the only line from the Toledo Union
Station to Columbus and points beyond,
using Union depot terminals at Colum
bus and runs four fast express trains
daily between the points named, two of
them in the unprecedented time of three
hours. Parlor cars on day trains, seats 25
feels; Pui~mas sleepers on- night trains.
Stndents d(ssirisg- unequaled facilities
are invited t use the Buckeye Route and
nan obtain full particulars on application
to local- tichet agents.
E. . DAVIDSON,
Dist. Pass. Agent, Toledo; or
W. H. FISHER, G. P. and T. A.,
Columbus, Ohio.
Athens a Theatre'
COMING
Al. Field's Colored

KINDERGARTEN, zo-u CHAFING DISHES,
ICal and See Us,
RENTSCHLER THE PIOTOGRAPHER TEA KETTLES,
Telephone 0,O. ANN ARMBR It.IW Erold. wAO5R5

1

Can Mr. and Mrs. Ross Granger make a business of teach-
ing dancing. You can join the classes at any time, the
U term starting with your first lesson. Private lessons
Dance given y appointment. Office, ground floor.
Dance ORAMGE R'S ACADE MY

A New Organization. E
Last Thursday evening, Feb. 27, led
by Harry M. Robins, R. G. Magoflin
and one or two others, an organization
was formed to be called The Student
Waiters' Club of the University of
Michigan. These table waiters number
about one hundred in oir city. The
meeting was held at the boarding hous.'
of Mrs. Motley, at the northwest cor-
ner of Jefferson and Thompson sts., in
this city. The cards of invitation were
u ritten on common wrapping paper
and distributed by the committee, and
about sixty were reached by these in-
vitations, and about fifty attended the
first meeting. Mrs. Motley very kindly
opened her house for the boys and pre-
pared the refreshments for the even-
ing.
Judge N. W. Cheever and E. L. Dana,
ranchman from Wyoming, received
special invitations to this meeting.
Judge Cheever very kindly gave the
boys a number of the old college stor-
ies and some good advice as to the
future conduct of the association.
The first part of the evening was de-
voted to games and these were follow-
ed by refreshments. After the refresh-
ments they completed their organiza-
tion and named it "The Student Wait-
ers' Club." The club was organized
primarily for social objects, to bring:
the waiters together two or three times
a year and encourage the formation of
mutual acquaintances. Next, it was to
be a mutual benefit organization with
a central bureau to look after vacan-
cies and applications for filling them.
The central bureau consists of a presi-

dent and four vice presidents holding
office for a year. For the coming year
the officers are as follows:
President, H. M. Robins; first vice
president, Mr. Roberts; second vice
president, Mansfield Dudley; third vice
president, Mr. VanKeuren; forrth vice
president, Mr. Pottinger.
After the organization was completed
the following toasts were responded to:
"The U. of M.," Mr. VanKeuren; "The
Student Waiters," Mr. Dudley; "The
Autocrat of the Breakfast Table," Mr.
Smith; "The Model Boarder," Mr. Dun-
ning; "The Model Landlady," Mr. Rob-{
SECOND SEMESTER.
The University School of Dancing
makes the following unparalelled offer
for the second semester. Class tickets
good from now until May 1st, which is
the end of the dancing season, for $4.
These tickets are for beginners or ad-
vanced dancers and entitle the holder
to any two lessons a week, including
the very popular Saturday evening pro-
gram parties. The classes meet Tues-
day, Wednesday and Saturloy even-,
ings; also Saturday morning and after-
noon, the student makes this one selec-
tion of classes with the exception that
Saturday morning is exclisively for
gentlemen and Saturday afternoon ex-
clusive for ladies. This is in every way
a students dancing school and young
ladies or gentlemen who think of at-'
tending may feel perfectly certain that
they will meet no objectionable people.
LOST-Either os Division st., Liberty
st. or campus, a gold watch with ini-
tials "P. J. P." Reward if returned to
332 S. Division st. 109

FULLER & BERANEK,
--TAILORS
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing.
Work called for and delivered.
31 S. STATE ST., over RoselIs.
Phone No.264, New State.
0. * MARTIN
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Embalming a Specialty.
NO. 209 FOURTH AVENUE.
Ambulance night or day.
Residence.302 Fifth Avenue.
CAN FU NISH MUSIC OF FIRST-CLASS.
Orders for 411 Fraternity parties, club
dances, eta. Leave order. at Anns Arbor
MusicC.Ca atResidence, 1710Gtddes are.
P. S. - Will take pupils on Piano and in.
sight reading at above named Places.
A. 3 .Johnston.
U. of M.Shaving Parlors and Bath Rooms
322 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Ladies' artistic Hair Dressng up stairs.
Old friends call again. We welcome new
ones. J. R. TROJANOWSK,
F R.......
Lowney's Chocolates
-0~40 TO---
w" W. titUTTL' S.e 3
e ,Statst
ALLEGRETIS, if you wish.
KO A L!
ALL GRADES OF
3IARD, SOFT, CANNEL AND
SIOOKELESS COALS
AND COKF.
M. S TA1BB L ER,
19W. washington Street. Phone S.
AN, VICYCTLE SpLIEs ADO UNIFsORM
IN THE WORLD.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
"The Name the Guarantee."
Official Outfitersso the Leading Colie , Ath-
letic Club and School Teams of the U.S.
Every Requisite for Base Ball,
Athletic Sports and Pastimes.
The Spalding Official League Sali
Adopted by National, Minor, College and.
School Leagues,
Base Bali Uniforms, Bats, Gloves,
Mits, Chest Protectors, Shoes, Etes
THE SPALINGSICAINLESS BICYCLES 8gS
IE SPALDINC BLIE RACER Chain)
TiHE SPALDING ROADWHEEL MOLS.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue of all
Athletic Sports.
As G, SPALDING & BROS.,
New York Philadelphia
Cihicago Washington
MUSICIANS USE
Bessimer Steel Xandolin and
Guitar Strings;Washburn and
Bohman mandolinsaand Guitars;
John Church Co's Ketrounemes.
Forsale at
SCHAEBERLE'S MUSIC STOR
184 West Liberty st, A.. Arbor.

ENOCH DiETERLE,
ErlIBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
CallsAttendedDay orNitht.
No. 116 East Liberty Street: Residene., 531
South Fourth Ave. Phone 129.
RANDALL, TIE PRIOTB6RAPNER.
WASKINSTON BLOCK ANN ARBOR

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