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April 08, 1897 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-04-08

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Are You Getting Them? Paying the Price Don't Always Get 'Em. We sell
better clothes than ever before and confine ourselves to three of the very best makes; viz: Ham--
merslough Bros.' and The Stein Block Co.'s which bear the labels of the makers, and
Michaels, Stern & Co.'s Clothing which specially made for ns and bear our name-Linden-
schmitt & Apfel. All these makes bear their respective labels under the coat collar which is a
positive guarantee that they are absolutely correct and first class in every respect. When a
merchant tells you he sells Hammerslough Bros.' or the Stein Block Co. s Clothing and can't show.
the label don't believe a word of it. Be Careful.


37 South Main Street.

Cram, Opera H1ouse Slash in Prices. G H
ONE NIGHT ONLY. TieTbe(Rvsd el.7 87
Friday, A ri 9h dora~lats (nextsok--------------$1.00 EMail EST
April $1.50 Shirts-__---------------------_-----------------'75C 'iaicaniEx-- 47 N.Y. Specia-.7
TOA W. Other Hats-------------------2c'asteraEx -- 105N.S. Limited-- 9 25
New Stock Arriving Continually. itlatic Ex--755 Pacific Ex---12 35
.N.Expresn...555 Western Ex -1__ 55
Holcornb, Son & Co., 1.1.ii G. IiO Iti.E----- 5.55
Accoepaied by Charlea B. Han- I TIN IIci, l)LD STAN D- --- - --MIAIN S rREE '_1I_.P.& . t., Chieago. Agit. Ann Arbor
ford, Presenting Richar d i111. __________________________________
Prices,- $1.00, 75C and 50cj Communication Athletic Association Notice,
i{ito1. of Il. Daily: 1 Theic' iicl mlicclc of thi t' l tic
Y s I w udlk to ia tteiintioni to ii th dIlilO Wil li i'i ii i ~ .i
:,Vo 1'1 ii iirIil=ti'ti Ao' ~ clocci, Sa (cli cloperll Apli
'v' Tic I illoitithe OriicriilciAlilwSo iiii'+PAIL~iROAD.
wL-uerill. Ilill a lsk i-li'eh r tilis i he1111(Y 1 iitlill so of the 'AssociltiSon ,iL ah.lo.1,59'
"° 'ciil . II d rfi l cbjioias o in 11e ; illd to Alti'1{. VI. se.cc . h M t e 1 . 1'1 ar n
~13'y!-d yo pla?" Bta ashbrn. Zto illIv~ich 1" ~ect~ll ('lt, fr aI *ul between Ann Arbor andi Toledo on
Neo Home Is Really Complete dlat i coin tliy al-V. t 's lo ii i il oi (i fli i All trains daily except Sunday.
Without a new 1897 Model 1 ilinil of llthe "Ass o il, hs hall be i1E. 5. CILMOROI1. Agent
( vn-y it 51 in Cclii li i. It d,'- 1 Cha(11- . ex offci, ai i- 1C I i . I,IfBENNETT C. 1P. A. Toledo 0.
' ~ Guitar, M noin ic'I 11'Ii i ike n'; cc~i liii I Silo d'n1ii l ee "'1111lii'Iill l U INEIAD I~I D I L
asb riBanjo or Zither. ' t 1'l l ,"doiidi'oi il l thcc Iii.'nO-'icRiiof i'i'itsg 11w 100iilil-ibe' THEin ~' i5b
I'itetSane beea sealed tdswneas a rsoft heit fthe ii'A ;ociiti on anii shaill hive _c. w
Washibiirn's enormouiis espaity no thai now youOca I i cii. 'Clic n c1toiiihly-casnoiii Iii St
bua nusine Washbnbaoa thiesoeryolatent dosign 1 . vrtoap ii tsuch nutll 1011illit in fllf, l # lBR K
From $ia"oo Up ward. 1{ liinl itll )t~n l-lc°Il ed 1 14 3 §id#{Ia.; i c lydeemi 10cn l lM L U TI~ ET B O E
fro forereestyles. It in toe neatest, daintiest and Itl as.f{ii' il li-lc ion 1icc Sn tho'.1 of r 11 iecosIrt :(1S1
liaiitest Mandolin imaginable, and iltsiioeapproachies;Wh ls eToacs iij
vey iiear ts that of a fineold Ceemana Violin. Wash' rllii iilosal lth iii.I iiis a iid yet'tl%'.o 111i' 1_"i 'a i~c cll b l e'i''i'i. (igi ts
burns.aeesold atfised andnnunimpricen byall fnst' I . rs
class iusio dealerseeyhseneeynlilefra rn hliioeieeJ.E 1.f IARD, ~ sbrn r heakoldgdsadado heCr ai n ibrySs
wonld. They areeuned escluiviely by lise leading i ' ii c ~ion col hiveso'e 1 ltI~iiliit 1 . nV SI T'l IAX~t
Aetistn, Teachers nnd Glee Clubt. Ourene Iasli- - .A IS.S .R 1,W Y
burn catalogue eont aina prtrait fnoi100Aristta ,Wl S-t l~
'Inl fal informat11, priceen doreminnts,etc., willboe 4s-i sil iiI lii 1111 O
t lrees an retepto i pictin atou lcl eleoi1iIBI AB E.Rlisiinnt.upl ouwewllsndWshursC.a D i3aeh ide 1er{ nadle i elt
ithiprivileeof eanina, direct foteactortsy. 1 ,I v_ C as o ste i
AWashburn imsproves with age and makes a certully li eeI' a in ciii lotsea tiir.'{{-
Mfittthat inareasasin valueaaasbeyears go by. .i7:00, 5:201,:40, asS 11:00 'i.i n il ndn6;
It in really worth mansytimes its cost. IItil oto hIelli' onicial 1111'. 1:-. 11),141.1:0 18 7 8 10V C T 9
LYON & iIEA LY, I xAnotc rtlilinig xwhichii ss.whosi. i.ll- ,-ad10:2011 9. III. .----
(Fiid fill.vsathlei'atta~clh u1111111iof. Leass coton houise at Ann Arbo a'
rllcbici,1. Ni on111a1l-sayc hi~te7:40, 9:00, 10:20 ald 11:40 a, in., d 5 B rcfRj-td
{, le't101 lllde b 11111 R's an lnf(iP 1:21), :00, 4:20. 1:4(,10. S30 95
a Iiili 1a11'1ndi 01 lli ol11 :00 1). Il. IHURON ST., OPPOSITE COURT HOUSEL
one,1'.nilsonelii' del tollc Ic iuw avo'ii inl. SUNDAY TI11.IIISstIb ';1'teIthttee '~-I_____
11 n o c rdtllll 1111l~lni ~ iLea~~ves Ypsilnti at 9:20 and 10:401 Latieu Tailoring A.nnsex.
S lro o llliticialn 1Vicc l1ialli't.o wsin a. ini.. soil12:10, 1:1)0.3:1.0,10 1):50,I
SUPPLIES w 1th1irloint illaoa liihe sis1S-a~ct of 7:10, 5:30 stitS 9:50 1p. cm. -
ol ch Is Ilnd~ctlc ad co llillni. Leaes sAnili Artbo' at 11:01) iiu11211IINECOL&I
Alpniidis sh ,1 . id fla r I-, alnd- tc M1lI__ ' . a. i, an01512::30, 2:311,. 3:50,8:11), (:30, ,$BUR AU FOR
-,eatratit' s iler tqi 1.i ilt or il, 7:801. 9:10 and 10::0 p. i.5:Caps Gowns and
Gof, Cicl~tt 'l. I nd iiii 1-011, GC si.- tOTICE. - -- 7 1 Hoods.
Si Fluqlinni n . aviIlitl l t tln I<
iGiialo<>ns of Snil 'iii immer 1 ottsI All cataiid-ile or 01 lte'99 litsnibali $,1110)OUNTIL MAY 1ST.CO TRELL aK Rt
fle 'IltN5ttltIiiti0' tLoi1 101011p1111111t(t h c.'-i yalt:- Ti Univestiy ASc'lissLofNGDiliciS.t I Albony, N, V.
A.0.SPLDNG&BRS. 1d0 at Il. Tiere arsin ianisvacancisci-ll gi e a speciil rateofill$1.11 for thit -_ -1V. ' hit Eit, st
Mona it k ('hit go h-B hrlpi to 1)1 f illed, isiS all 0'911 ii hotc c 1 ol ciosii.11cca'of 1111' 11111, eiia ay _____11,____1t.4li
R A ND ALLHE PHPT GRAP2 ER '11.0'Icarnetly'reqested toIlcctl' 11.2. Thestick 'IetssWill lit go iiifor I1112 NT'nil 'Iihi 'i,
a Ilsac ia0111, % -l' Candtidateislels'o t' itcol. (31 : ;T' ls "Sclinoof tli elt ciiincisidiac .. y co ' r . .
AimA-Llr 1. J .OYCE '(1-1, (.op. ii. 10le lriid1 y veingt lrogral in 1158'. ANN ~ARBOR. hi/ICH.


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f I'flitCari'en lccl, byfslarcs ITokai. Zisa, by Marioe(Corilli. Aloril's
{ sill thicAmXforicalhs, froihia FtrenlchPoint of View. -A iranstlaiitic(lisle-
iei, by Helein Cic3atoe Prince. A Chequt for Thiree Thousand, by Atrthu~r
FzHnyUtyso.-. The Wit ness of thll Ralichi, by Frenderck isl itkstciin 'Ilark.
Thei Pomp of [ho Lavilotto, by Gilbert Parker. The "B~lacka Xatcii" The
Reicord of aii Histori',IRegimnht, by Archibiald IForbecs. The God-Idea of
this'Ancitents or Six in Retligion, by liza :Buort (Gamlei "Ghlamnour" A lo-
mnacct, by Motsa Orred. A IDeep Water Voyagc ,Sby hPaxtl Eve Stevtensonl.
Thle Coutning of Chloe by The Dochatos. "Easter Sbus" by Alargarot liE.
Sanigstr. Farltiost No~rth, by ltredljof Nanisen.'
'.Alil[tan New ocks 20 to 25 per cent off Pu'olislienra Price-.

8heelian &C.
0 30 S. State St.
146 Woodward Ave.,


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