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March 31, 1898 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1898-03-31

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THE UNIVERISITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
Exhibit of Swell Spring Conceits
.....Ladies' Suits, Skirts, Jackets, Capes and Waists.....
Never has the advent of spring brought to our door such elegant ULTRA 1 tSRIONAII a Ldies
Wearing Apparel. such EXQUISITEi EXCLUSIVENESS its we are nlow showing in our cloak room.
Every garment has that thorough TAILORED tiTY:LISLNE SS, that air of GRACEFU L DEBONAIR SO
m nuen desired by .effective, nobby, dlressers.
3 Extra Sample Lines
Recpresenting the latest ide."s of three of New York's foremost dress makers are now on sale at
ONE-THIRD LESS than regular selling prices.

See our H-sndsoinn
Skirts, Capes and Jackets.

SDACK

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New Silks and Cotton Waists
Received Today.

KINDERGARTENt. STEINS!. FULLER & BERANEK,
Do you know that lbs Call and See Us, ~~A L R
WALDO MANDOLINAwioewnwfl.. Cleaning, Pressing aiid Repairing.
Ilas thenet tone of an ratan RENTSGHLE, TH LEADINGPHERI NWrk called fot : addeliv rted
dolls madce? TDo you know ltha - hoe' AN lU:W ... &ri.od e~t Blj:3 i S. STAll SIT. over ltloeesya
it is ronstructed on the sanse T1ehss ANAE b.Pone No. 2 , New State.
principal of a good violin? that
ftosnlls fram $i2 upward? Ash0 D.lA TN
about themi at GRANGJER'S ACADEMY. SCHOOL OF DANCING. 0,M MA TN
ANN ARBOR MUSIC COS. FUNERIAL DIRECTOR.
10,-07 E. Washington St. Pri ate L es on
.,( s ons ~~~~~Ambulance sightor day. EU:
i Residence. 101 Fifth Avene.
ANN ARBOR $ MR. OR MRS ROSS GRANGER, BELL TELEPHONE 246. CAN FURNISH MUSIC OF FIRST-CLASS,
TimeTabe, Snda, Set. , 183?.Ordero for all Fraternity partiescerob
TIME TAiiLE: dacs t.Laeodesa n ro t-h har. WoeSog o w olgs Music Co. or ar Residence, 1710 Gi ddes ave.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Standard 1_1_.__iltaepplso lnoadI
Time. othtnvrsit ight reading at above named Piaes,
NORTH. SOUTH. 'T'se ocene in-t'isder the lionie," in in tels nm f t he j eril .Tohnston.
8:43la.m. n7:3S a. m which th" PUllted States warship, T.ren- of Cliifoirnias wan a short oketch of the______________________
*1l:15 a. mn. 11:15 a.-m. ton, after a mighty struggle withclls idonbeA
4:41 p. m. 8:45 p. m. 'life if Prof. (CharleosiM. (Gayley 10(1 Ihe U. Sha i.ng alor n ahR
*Ruan between Ass Arhor and Toledo only, n ae ial strw ihuo
E. S. BILSIORE, Agent i he beach, is one wvhich can never fail honeoro recentiy conferred on him tby 322 SOUTH STATE STREET.
W. H BENNETT G.P.A. Toledo 0. to :accuse Ihe latest patriotinin in cc en ii Oxford University. It wciii be intern.sI- Ladies' nrtistic fHair Dressing op Stairs
tiie mont libelgmale' .Aierican citizen. flig to Michign s tudents to knsow that Oid friends nail again. We viomSKa S onw
ons. staIt. T~cOJAOYL,
MU G T l~ Tiis tcenn is historically correct, ac- Prof. clayiny wrote Califor.nia'a coiiege
+r 5wcoding 1o the testimony of many who! sonig, "The G~olden biear," whieh hoidsnPO
'Te igaa ulsRot. hIas'eseen the ploy andsvho c hemthe nme piace at ihat oniversity ow o'sCaslae
Central btanaard Time. jselves were sharers in the :error of the "Yeliow ansd Blue" does ItSiichi- O 2eTsC ooae
TRAINS AT ANN. ARBOR. that awful night aiid day in bhe isrrhcr gan. It wciii be rememerned that Priif. -00 TO-
EAST AMat Aida. Tihnmet of the Trentoii ((le (G ayiey was zinc use comseofes ouirnW ' TUTTL.iE 8.33$ 5.
Maili and Es._3 47i-01 , N. Y , ChI. 8 12 anmd all displayeid unexampsldliravery. Ylellow assiluie."ALERTS yowih
. .Special.-4018 Mail. ..------- R istory isot irecord asnore idivinely NOTICE.GETSi yuwih
Esatern Ex......9547 51. unhlis actioni than that of these todji,
A.1M.Western Ex '1 8 hii, totesig helplesslysin the nilghty Physical examination' will be held WD.NExrs 550-GR.&.Ex-551waexpcigntngbtpeddilfom3o5o'okatheyr- er e t
Atani E. a...7 301 hi, Nt. Lx------ 7 47 de'ath, saw the Calliope sliosvly'bust ios. RpIZGR.
Expreon .71 15 surely gainghegliiopeso sea ansd coi -__________
5Nortb Sbsre ILimied Is an extra fair train usparative safely. and tint after it a ill 'DSONTO L
to beaechargenof 42t0iito New York than on mighty 'beer (of esesrage ment. AganeIlc siMarshiall ha' on saIle'it Shee- DSONTO L
other trains svwhensall hope bad been abandoned. mid 'lion's :several udesigns iiI sasershads,
0. W ReUGES, i1 1. . HArm. the men patienmtly awaited the fatal sewhichsasee oil the rage inthse east. C:Y4 h
ei. P. & T. Agt ,Chicago. AgIt.. Ann Arbor mossaiit, the band a ssembalei lricl Prices reasossable. T ls hmot
and the ringing notes of CBkc "Star To__closethem__out.
THlE BUCKEYE ROUTE. Spnasgled Ransner" bid defiance to the TEA ES TATE FO NXT, x
p iiirm "tinder the Dom" Is o hbie IA
lOC R ATE O ETLUMBUSt I RK VS ALLEY AND IAI1fflO-RAILWAY tise attractionm at thse Athens Tiieater SEFPTRMBER. 1109xv. Washingtoni Street. Phone '1.
Is the only' line from the Toledo Usion Monday night. April 4th. Physii's(sod Chemistry (man) for_________________
Station to Columbus and'poluts beyond, Micb. 01. F., $100. vTELARtGESMAUFCREOAfvlti rzlisoiritC
using Union depot terminals at Colum-" To stick Rubber ucie MAJOR'S RUE- The YI .Pisost.1.0, Ah5fC. un~n xstaroi
bun and mn four fast express trainso he I .Pis,$,0,$,0, ADBCCESPLE N riort
daily. between the pointsnamed, two of1 PER CEMENT. Bewcares'.'. .1.Doni't 1000.NTviE WnOiL.
them in the un-precedented time of three taeasbttt.ii. . Asoan oia)Egiss .G.aSPAI.DIN& & BR~On
baeasbttt._iR .AssatEgih oms. _Parlor care on day trainso, seals 2 I(omn
septa;- Pui~man sleepers on nigbt 'trains. $600. 'The Name the Guarantee."
Students dfssring unequaled facilitims FOR SALE CtE AP. ,0 'sCl. rp.Fb. atnan iiealOutfitters In che Leading College,Al-
are invited to use the lBnckeye Route andirlsCel.Prp.uclun a nddebsLeamsingeUth.
nan obtain dull particulars on apipilcatios AJohsnsaNew' Universal Cyclopeiaecia. Greek. $450 and baone.Eeryc RquidSihoTefoamss Ball, S
to local ;ticket agents. 0 vol editissn. Eniquire at 523 . 4ash.- aevr as te aae E veAthleticiSpots and Base. ll
E. E. AVIDSO, I igton s. issevenin. l~tand are getting them every day. Al- ThSplngOflsLeueBi
3141t. Pass. Agent, Toledol or TheSpldigffcia__eagea_
11 IHR .P. anadT. A. bert & Clark Teacers' Agenicy. Poll- Adopted by National, Misor, College an d
10 FSItI n0 isigitFinst3'1ol.013N.Fltens'sslRdg.,Chicagoi The, oldest and Schooil eagues.
CotSb, ho t. 134 largeot in the WestI Thirteenth year'. Base Ball Uniforms, Bass, Gloves,
_________________________________________________Miss, Chess Prbeceters, Shoes, Etm.
"'Ar' 1 r' ^ ~"rr"ArmT SPALIJINOCHIAINLESS BICYCLES t89
" * ~~~TE SPAL#DINS BUE AERChin,
4 Unliversity School of D a cinig Tlit SPAU[S5*iCSLIJEALi 4isI MODE . .
Athe~s * Send for Illutrated Catalogue of all
ST~iST*REE, OPOSIE LN! BILDNG.Athletic Sports,
$4 UNTIL MAY 1st, 2 LESSONS PER WEEK. As 6. SPALDING & BROS.I
O M IN G.~ ~~ Program party-every Slaturday evening with orchestra music. e ok hcg
C U.OlilICEl 427 Thompson it. IN
LICL .CARTER'S IINOCJI DIETERLI, ALREADFN SOTETO
* NAVAL COMEDY-DRAII1A, IEIBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRIICTOR GutrMnois a
Calls Attended Day or ight!* atnd Metronomes
UNDR'H O E iS181 Eess Liberty Street: Mesidence, "33a' eat off from our usuallo
uvivi No!I are all guaran d.ed.
MONDAY, APRIL 4,: anu u UAffDDE SIAEBEHLE'S MUSIC STORE*
-RNA LL, THE PsluusuuunEnu.. .. B 114 West Llberly st.,Ann Arbor, A
, .,. " .,, .. ; tASINGTN BOCK NN ABOROnly 3Idoors Wests(f Main Et. 1
~ WASINGTO BLOK ANNARBO

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