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October 26, 1897 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1897-10-26

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
Science is driving commerce, and one must either keep the pace or be left hopelessly behind. That is why we have securedl the exclu-
sive sale of clothes bearing the lahels of
The Stein-Block Co's. and Hammersiotigh Bros.'
These clothes are far-and-away ahead of any ready-made clothes that you have ever seen. They are designed by genius and fash-
ionetd by skill They are equal to the best made-to-order sort, though they cost hut half. So convenient to have ready-to-wear clothes the
moment you need them, without fussy measurements, "TRY-oNs" and a multitude of exasperating alterations.
Money Back If You Want It. Come Today.

bi'n dens chmitt & Apfe1..

221 SOUTH MAIN STREET.

LIIE LARGEST STOCK 01'
Gunitars, Mandolins
and Banjos in the City.
The lowest price in the State.
Agents for Washburn anti
Waidow instruments.
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.,
205-207 E. Washingtoe St.
ANN ARBOR
RAILROAD.
Time Table. Sunday, Sept. 5, 1897.
TIME TABLE:
Trains ieave Ann Arbor by Central Standard
Time.
NORTH. SOUTH.
8:43 a.m. *7:0ia. m
*1:15 a. ms. 11:25 . m.
4:40 p. m. 8:40 p.m.
19:10 n. m. x'8:05 p. m.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo oniy,
itouns between Toledo and Howeli. This
train Sunday only. Aul other trains dailiy
except Sunday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent
W. H BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo 0. I
MAHIOAN J JJNA]
The Niagara Fails Rote."
Clentral Standard Time.
TRAINS AT ANN ARBOR.
Mailt and Es_.-3 47 1., N. Y., chi.... 8 i2
N. Y. Speca---- 4 58 Maili .5_____ 05 1
*N. S. Limited... 6 41 P.MH.
Eastern Ex---- 150S Western Ex.....i155:
A. . . R. &K. Ex.- 55
D. N.Expresn....- 5 50 Chi. Nt. Ex ---940
Attantic En ... 7 30 Pacific Ex.C--- 230
G. R. Exprens ..t15
*North Shore Limited In an extra fare train
to bena charge of $2.50 to New York than os
other trains.
OW. RtUGGESt, H. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Agt.. Chicano. Ant. Ann Arbor.
U. of M. ShavingPariors and Bath Rooms
322 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Ladies, artistic Hair Dressing op stairs
Otld friends salt again. bye welcome new
ones. J. R. TROJANOWSKI,
RENTSCHLER, THE PHOTOGRAPHER
Telephone t0. ANN ARBOR
ENOCII DIETERLE,
ErIBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Calls Attended Day or Nigbt.
No. 11 East Liberty'Street: Residence. 5i3
oth Forth Ave. Phone 129.
RANDALL, THE PHOTOGRAPHER.'
WASHINGTON BLOCK. ANN ARBOR.
KINDERGARTEN, ,2 Hrn t
Call and See Us,
The Famous "JosephBoEhman," and Washbun
MANDOLINS ~GUITARS
For Sale at
SCHAEBERLE'S 1V se.Sar
114 W. Liberty St., Ann Arbor
N. B. - We have practicing
roomn for municsudents.

Geo. S.
Parker
Foun-
tain
Pen.

*F )R-""" I ( 0. X~. MVARTIN,
H AL L ER'S ~Lowney's Chocolates I FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
..-JEWELRY STORE!Y-GO TO- j Embalming a Specialty.
U.of Bttnsad . .T FITTW'S sO to 5 S. 1SO. OURTH AVENUE.
Butonsad V.WV L UJ.J. .L.if you wstate blacenigtNrOay
_____________________________________________________________Residence, 301 Fifth Avenue.
ROSS GRANGER, Teacher of Dancing. ANTON TEUFEL,
THO11SE conoidering the subject of dancing ate requested tss ral EA QARE oo
1at the office of Ross Granger for correct informatioti in regard T'huks, Valises. D)rressSit Cases. asnd
to classes, private lessons, terms, etc. OFFICE: Ground Floor. Trunks anti Valises repaired neatly and
GRANGER'S ACADEMY, Maynard Street cheaply. No. 307 s. Male Street.
Athetc ots.(olsr 2celO clts:3eeil, ilr H MA ThRA 9Cf

- S cents, iud oilier iirticles in p011:51.
1Ilrrvairlhas a. resFn'soitsa1eoaing tion ii Tue!le 11r Launidry. 117iii. It.
Club wlC iitneiiitersliiilof t. Fux, Agent, 427 Maiyna~rdi st
tiincs-li.Corntell, Brown, RIlli-ocs --______
andt 7cnnsylsaic haie forilel :an1ill- Mr. I('ranlger}wouoldllike to ha~vc ill
ioreoilegi:11e owlisig leaguse, stuti~is oftheI I: ilvecily tat are
TJille seiiiors of the Un: rversi: s of 1e- 10 isileriig 11he subject of dausing eal
ibiaskai ihave aoptedil olf Cas-:aoil :01tltie Acod:iiy for inlformionlilBii 2-
siiver-iieodcul ~an s s istll, ui1, u gardi ito lie Saturdaoy -veniio asse-n.
iriarks. 1:ies a1113claisses. lue tuddress oelf
'there wis :n:t1 a N:r-lsso se." 11 ancol of formuer mieobe-rso ffthe seboel
liut wisal read ssitl iiplieasure theB'ritespecily .desired. tOroliger's Ac~id
e(lit romsrks madebty WiiilioiuuliiMeile y, tMiVIIOrd 51.21
Thlomipsonl in re-gard to (oa ie.Slizl. 0 yost}want: 10 save usury ? Ifso
,nt oeep011sitheti, '01ninsiificat:atill- llatroizce TiucMilieurJ.itBniy. tCollars
leosobel,"seells fosodencuughliorIer cedit, cuffs 01 cents, shirts 1Scents.
roeeition. Nio douthi.such ia 1:11111is Work gua~ranlseed. 117ii. It. I-ox, Ag't.,
a miortaltAvosmnifor thue oolly of te427 Mxayna~rdlSf.
Tittle iex-Yalelatlit:e. 1Mr. S i~is 11:
do-ut ,:sucice:-ss is a foootaltiner.11: Tirtde withilie :Miller T.:iiiilry, o1
buts lie is 0to-:lose a d1evolle, of liii. KailililiO. Coslors 21ciii-, cuffrs 1
Yale policy. HIto senix to huave somub-etohs, shirts S ets, and oilier iii ol
sort elf:a11l itlleemual scaiterirof~hngin propotioni. Workc go~u-:tnteed.
that i lts ke-pt ouiiltlbsfac-lthiatlYule i iisIl. It. Fox, Ageni, 427 Moytuard st.
11o l:tger idicttor of thle athltic
sworldi. In i-lu:}vstsIthere is ito ii11 tAN1-.0fe.1-C-n osslii
rooum for aut arbitrary ptrinlce 111:11 laundry on salar-y. Not coiiocetiig or
thesre is "doli east." Mr. Ktioot; deliverinig. Apply 1o Wmn. It. Fox,
shotlld liceelt thue hintts of 'Mr. Tiuouuio- 427 Mlaynard st.
s015 is inoicolist of the: feelinigs of iii- fLfSi.-Ladies' uwate- luttile" camlptus.
uuuglv-ro d idlet-West alitelees.-leaise teas-e ii 213 .Thayer st. 11nd:
Norlluwestern. ge-f rescord. 21

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TF~e Artistic" deerators
Have a complete line of
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
Shades, Room Mouldings, Etc.
Specialty of fine interior decorating,
painting, frescoing, tinting and paper
hanging. Only the best of workmen.
empeveed. Work guaranteed.
C. Il. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic Decorator,-
TANDEM S
To Rent!!!
The Largest Line of Bicycles, Sun-
dries and Supplies an
M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
Telephone No. 5. One door East of Amei-
can Bouse.
The Name the Guarantee.
- SPALDING'S
Foot Ball Supplies For '97'
Every Reqisite for the Came.
Mtanagers wilt do well to write
for samples aned special rates
before purchaoing..
The Spalding Official
Foot Ball.
Adopeed by Yale, Princeton, Pennsylvania,
Harvard, Corstell, and alt other leading uni-
versities. Each ball tested and packed, and,
sealed in seperate box with brass inflator
Price, ssoo.
Spaiding's Official Foot Mail Guide
for. 894 Edited by WALTERI CAM P. Post-
paid, n ncents.
Catalogoe of Fail and Winter Sportn, FEEn
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
New work Philadelphia
Chicago Washinsgton
RHETORIC. COURtSE 21.
The hours of Course 21, Develop-
ment of Rhetorical Theory, will be
:Monday ail Wednesday, at 11.
F. N. SCOTT.

BROWN'S DRUGS-TORE.
CORNER MAIN AND HURON STREETS
is the place to Register. This Register is always consulted first by the
Mesoengers-It's FREE.
TUniest School of Dancing,
State Street., opposite Law Building
Terms $5.00 a semester - - Single evenings 50 cents.
Oifice-427 Thompson Street.3

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