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May 24, 1898 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1898-05-24

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TH E UNIVERSITY OF AM1 IGAN .DALI.
Novelte in Spring .Clothes
YOUNG MEN'S NATTY SCOTCH CHEVIOT AND SRGE SUITS, GOLF
SUITS, TENNIS SUITS, BICYCLE, .CRASH AND LINEN SUITS..
All wool serge -suits $7.50, $10. and $12; Crash suits at $6.50;
Linen suits at $5; White duck tennis pants at $1.50;" White duck golf
pftnts, $3.50; All :wool bicycle pants $3.50;' Youth's all wool fancy
suits $10 and $7.50; Men's all wool serge coats. $4.50; Men's alpaca
coats $2.00O and $1.50.
M 10 0 OOPANY. .

rThisi. ..
Mandolin Week
ues you see them-
we dont talk; the goods
adlabels do that.
ANARBOR MUSIC CO
?0-07 E. WashngteenSt.
ANN ARBOR~
me Table, Sunday, Sept. 5, 1897.
TIME TA BLE:
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Standard
Tiee.
NORTH, SOUTHr.
8:43 a.m. *:0I.n
*12:15p. is. 11:25 a. m.,
4:46 p.m. 8.45pm.
*Rn. between Ann Arbor and Telede enly
E. S. BILMORE, Agent
W. B BENNETT G, P. A.Teledo O0
MICHICSN c4INA
The JNagara Falls Roate."
TaKing Elfeet April 17. 1898.
Central tandard -Timer
TRAINS AT ANN ARBOR.
,EAST.
r.aM.All
Mlailand Ex....._3147 B, N. Y, Ci_ 812
N. Y. SpecIal.__4 5 Maill .0-------28
Eastern Es..---6 45 Pacific Es.--- 2230
'N. S.Limited ----8 10 P'.
A. M. Western Es.___1 8
D. N. Expresn----5 50 G R. &K. Ex_5 551
Atlantic Ex....7 30I Chi. Nt. Exi.---5 47
8.'E. Express .--I110
eNorth Sbore Lnmited Is an extra fare train
and tbere is a charge ef 12.5 to New Yort
mere than on otber trains.
0. W. RUGGiLES, : B. W. B:AYES,
G. P. & T. Ag; hcago. Aqt.. Ann Arbor
THE BUCKEYE ROUTEI.
COILUMBUS,-HACKING VALEY 000 TOLEDO HAILWAY
Is lbs only line from 'the Toledo tin
Station to Columibs and points beyond,
using union depot termilnals at Colum-
bus and runs four fast express trains
daily between the points named, two of
them in tbe un-precedented timse of three
'hours. Parlor carnon day trains, seats 25
cents; Pul.mnan sleepers on nIght trains.
Students dislrlng unequaled facilities
are Invited to use lbe Buckeye Rests and
nan obtain full particulars on appdlcstlon
to local ticket agents.
E. It. DAVIDSON,
Dint. Pass. Agent, Toledo; or
W. II. FISHER, G. P. and T, A.
Columbu, OCio.
OHIO ENTRAL LINlES.-
TBE DIRECT LINE$ TOj
Cincinnati VColumbus
Dayton Varietta
Urbana Athena
Springfield Xiddleport
and Charleston, W. Va.
Through trains with Sleeping and
Drawing Room Cars from Detrot
and Toledo,

KINDERGARTEN, lo(NE.,Huron St. STEINS! FULLER Ai BERANEK
Coil and See Us, ""T .L R
____________ A whole window full-. "AL0 L
TETCHE ITE PHOTOGRAPHERd. Cleaning, Pressing oiid Repairing.
_____________ Work called for and delivered
EELR 312 5. STATE ST.. over Eosey'e.
Telephonue .0. ANN ARBOR Phone No. 224, New State.
H"OLM S IVR ,0. IN.,MARTIN,
Lff~r E LIVIRY? FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Embalming a Specialty.
515 East Liberty St. NO. BOO) FOURTH AVENUE.
Ambulance night or day.
Phone 106; BEST SERVICE IN THlE CITY. IResidence, 302 Fifth Avenue.
BIG REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF CAN FURNISH MUSIC OF FIRST-CLASS.
I T "'Sj~j S,-, y Orders for all Fraternity parties, club
L71 i v. . dances, etc. Leave orders at Ann Arbor
For fewday Music Co. or at Residence, 170 Geddes ave.
Fora fwdysY. S. - Will take pupils en ,Plans and in.
At B'ns Dr g ro e Cor Main and Baron sght reading at above named Pisces.
At ~iwnS Drg ksore, Streets.
IKneed the room for other purpoees and will guarantee to save you A.- J .J'ohnlston.
mone ifyouwall a ~le.U. of M. Shaving Parlors and Bath Rooms
PRACTICAL- APPLICATION OF A TENNIS NOTICE. 322 SOUT11 STATE STREET.
PROVERB. All entries ror the annual spring ten- Ladles' artistIc Bair Dressig up 'stairs
Old friends rail again. We welcome sew
Whether on business or p~leasure bea:t,( nis tournament must be in by June 2. ones. s.R sOJAOwSgtI,
or sport claims you as one of it votaries, The events of the teurnament will be
the New Turk Central affords all, and first and second class singles aind first « -...w
more than all, thse best. In road-bed, class doables. Lowney's Chocolates.
in safety of mechanical co-itrivaisces, S. A. STEIN, Tennis Mngr., GO TO-
in the elegance and comfort of its 503 N. Liberty at. - W. TUTTL iE'S, State
coaches, in the creature cgpniforts of its NOTICE. ALLEGRETIS, if you wish.
dining and sleeping cars, it it unsur- We waint to enploy a few young men A
passed and unsurpassable. Its nmanage- of ability and good address who areJJd ML
mont is modest in claiming that "the anxious to makse money. Our men are TO RENT.
rumble of the Empire State Express is nmaking from $8 to $12 per day. Perman-' T BLRSC LEMP IU
her aondte old"Thymihent position to right party. B. Aplc- M TELE',YLEEPRU
her-rudtewol. hymgt ton & Co., 143 Wabash ave., Chicago,
with justification, have claimed that its Ill.tG. N. tLove, Manager. 100 One door east of American House.
praises are so heard. A journey in this, Both Phones, No. 8.
the fastest regular train in the world, Ta stick Rubber use MAJOR'S RUMB--xn
I smake a a edlete da i teMER CEMENT. Beware ! !t Don't Z91 J
is maked s a rd-leter dy intlake a nubstitute.
memory of the oldest traveler; and in vHEt LARGEST MAUrACTRpnESOr AAnsEwie
mayaho frmosecsteNwTEACHERS WANTED FOR NEXT ASP BICYCLEt SUPPLtES ASPDiUNIFRMnS
may_ oko einsecsteNwSEPTEMBER. IN THE SW0RLD...
Tork Central has received the recogni- Physien sod Chemistry (man) for A. G. SPLWNG & B*VrS
tion that is its due. No traveler, be he Midh. 20.5., $100.
native born or foreign, who has passed Three 20. 5. Prins., $1,004, $1,200, "~ealOThlteeName the Guadant~ere
over this greatest of American rail- 11S.Asita000omn)Eglsh letic Club and School Teams of the U'S.
roads but who is willing to give it sun- $e00. Every Requisite for Base BaRN,
Girls' Cull. Prep. Sch., Latin and Athletic Sports and Pastimes.
stinted meed of praise; indeed, few Greek, $410 and home. The Spalding Officiai League Bali
wait for inspiration to do so.. "Safe We have very many other vacancies Adopted; by National, 'Minor, College and
bind, safe find,' is a proverb that, in and sre getting them every day. Al- School Leagues.,
railroad matters, its management 'has bert & Clark Teachers' Agency, Pull- Base Bail Uniformus, Bats, Glovea,
studied well and applied practically, man Mldg., Chicago. The oldest and MIta, Chest Proteetors, Shoes, Ets._
The public records attest it.-Outing, largest in the We't. Thirteenth year.';ITE SPALDING CI~INLESS BICYCLES
________________________________________________________THlE SPALDINC BLUE RACERS(Chain) X898
r ,, i ,TH SPALDIING ROADWHEE[L " MODELS.
University School of D ani n"g Sea lfor Il~utrad Ce~ueof al
57350 STREET, OPPOSITE LAW BUILDING.. 'A1 . 65-PALINOG&BDROS 1,
Programe Party, with Orchestra Music, every at urday Evens t New York - Chicago
Private Lessons by appointment. Office, 427 Trholopson ft.
"War Songs"!r Coon Songs"!
ENOCHI DIETERLE, .- -Sosa'a Karches"!
ErIBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTORLatest Music for Plalto, and other
No. 161 East Liberty Street:;Rsidence, 5539 Finest assortment. og, Guitars and
Calls Attend Averh. Phne129 Mandolins, String ndTrim-
fout ForthAve Phne 25.mings. Lwest Prices. j
a".r "a. The SCHAEBERLE Ilusic StoreA
RANDALL, THE 'PHOTOGRAPHER., ,. ,314 west Liberty st.Ann Arbor.
kWHA~ITH S TREET ANN ARRr _p2..."1. -

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