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IZMICHIOSA14 DAILY

IT"S E.ASY TO CLIMB
The ladder of social and business success when
your garments bear evidence of sound judgment and
refined taste. But a color or a design unsuited
to you, lowers your stock in other people's eyes.
First we consider your built and complection and
then suggest becoming fabrics. We price our gar=
ments to please your purse.
fetter drop in on your way by.
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CALEhNDAR.
,1lis '3-"1 cap Year' tarty, auspices
of W3oman's League, in Barbour cgtta
11aStitim, 8 p. im.
N1 ay 27-J"(44' F>I".1'ltlaY Jolttot,
ttestutremetj ustoic es.of te. 'hl-
i pns peakst iofeni meetintg of Taft
Repici.an cliub, Scott's ac adieiy, 8 p. mt.
VIay 23-Omega Phi open meceting.
Ma y 23-Junior lit bantquet at Union.
it 8-"1 twelith Night" preseitta-
t 1y3Ms V~ts3iltattif-lottiaitli sitt a
ct of V ies iti iitietisisMajestic
ithte, :1 pt t. eas cn al dily
Ni t ay2--"1ijis if Bt irdNests,,'lice
toomtt 7 p i.Aditsstottfreit
si tilt stity pit NewiMeialti linig.
an etion.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Freh eiccting after clii l-i
ly- quitz. Im otn.
Alli'tc igaoiit ll ilmet rs tist
rcisatbytoiht iodtovoile.rsli
\\i i ! nn al el ct onif ofic rs.o

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SPECIAL SALE-
ON TWO PIECE

SPRING SUITIN'G
HENRY (8ZLCO.
709-711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE
OPEN EVENINGS

- J _NTh e A R R O W
The most w earable
and the most dur-
able of collars.
CU"1, Aite. ca Sii-f COi.Mkr

SUSPENDERS
'fa si'llpiiely ar.ist (
three pairs of an
ordinarysuspenders. S
a Webbling tnimitabele.
4 Buttonhoslesindestructible,
Eily adjustsedsisihdfs
Eveyiginiiie pairha ame
CjvU 6u ossareetiag -i
rOST1ISIMER BRQTHI RS k<!

AMU5EMENTS
.
BETWEEN DETROIT AND BUFFALO
6Rail _T KTS AAILABE ON STEAMERS
CRFOIT & BUFFALO STEAMBOAT CO
To are for Hardwood Floors
The Simplest Way-the Easiest Way-the Best Way
is to ue Odi Englishi Finr Wa. It is ecnamical, easily applied and
praduces the richi, obdued lustre which ia o, highly prized and wih
cannot leibtaiied ii pa tierewas.
It is beter waaid it's thi qualify tats pal iito Old English Floor
Wastist tits the quliy lo athyaiuriiflr.
Jast at. gootd foc furniture ad oupan ciuiie itn yer grand piano - a3
iithi the asuraice that it anot inra--but it will obliterate the a
sraches aid imist beautifully plish
"Te Wax wt aO grate" r
Maees yer waadworklookl like nea and+
SALESASALETS FO
THMAADSTRDETRI
CAWTEP,,CAR
TOURIST, THOMAS ndMAXWELL IAm took.

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ASK TO SEE
New Fabrics
Jxust Received
loos. 123= 124=4349=4360=430a,
4251 and 4395
FRED W. -GROSS
Liberty St. and 4th Ave.

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1%ill I st , i erit
1sti;Jt I? 091I . \Vat91
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l~ic~rry icepreidet-A , . B Pad
\ io , ious11.i.c .T rat ,1 '0.c) ut, M 1
;MediicticeV- It.siet- , t11. Fx Ifog
:dll, ootliI,. 33. naoVd

THE HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL
BOSTON, MASS.
111111 ithe compltiiiuiiiipciontfrtene ui~i5'lifi wredeitd eptemberiiii.lI";,
tisi.schoolnowiitiis alli l iti and eqimetifoitc'0 iin afsc resaii rchitli'ir teSari-
itr~s for re evtedenireyio lbatoiiryiteachiigan d researebi. 7saaiiraii
sots ryi COURSE FOR THlE DEGREiE OF M. D.
A ltur'cyears ousopetco iahitlelorisiof art.lititersiiure,'phliioophyior scieince,
an oproso iii illltstistatitditt. eadcutsitotheicilcof b1.i til. 'iherstudias of
theifoith arle h o iitly * tijic; they 5intceiaboiratoury sallecs. gieierial
medic~i, saril I outry antt'he tspel ]ciiliia lbrainchest.Theliext isithotol year
Thr diploaofe the University at Plichigan is accepted. ler admision.Foir dt ait-
HIARVARD MEDICAL SCHIOOL, Basten Mass.

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-Wec anssuhl s ' ens iii fiati
tail expeiclic god ion 1
cIiia. Cansoffer ilc sicitins rpi
lfig.Co., 1,111111113 Michs.- 72-4
S'isalei thei sitase, IlcreI
it Vlct''. li) oilo
c lengtVi. nofisitv, sits 7ts.
;trodsioe lit te T11 atoirititi. if
lFirst shoingsiiotf mesa's strawsi isi.
\31Vag11c & Co., Stsate Si. 70- 5
lfail & WVisoin's scollars, Itwllfor 2;;
caots.,lat heci's. 69-Ieods
l.iglitirigitlisle hotse', al lsd's.
lleitry & Co., N. Uiversity. 71-3
Loitgiitai Co., Phtotographiers. Groaps.
vieiws, lantierna slides, aiid posteards. De-
velopiing aind printing for anteurs a
specialty. 'Ihis fret coiisists of Will-
iamis, formterly witha Lytndon, lhlonmpsona,
woho has had several years' exsperience,
siini Inigitat. 306t South Stale sireet
PihoneieIo.tf

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Sunrrsrrer Dauncing~ School
______GRANGER'S
] : IrvT, i ia e-eit a ,.diii-ir sesit ii f 'iv its' 'tc'Samer'School
(Iratl,er's Academy (Ground Floor Maynard Street

Twelve Good Breakrasts
In One
Package ofnKVJI WhEAT-
If you buy two packages of SHREI)DED WHEAT
Biscuiit for a quarter/the regular price) you have a delicious,
muscle-maaking, strength-giving breakfast for 5 cent-
more rcal tactrimetat titan is to he found in any other food,
in the world for the tame money. It contains ALL the
body-building cletaicts in tihe whole wheat, made digesti-x~
ble by steam-coo king, shredding acid baking.
If you serve
SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT
properly you will like it better than any other cereal food.
IT SHOULD.1 ALWAYS BE HEATED IN THE
OVEN just eitough to restore crispness and flavor. For
breakfast, pour hot milk over it, then add a little cream
and a dash of salt. It is also delicious in combination
withfrcitsIf you like the Biscuit for
creamed breakfast, you will l ike 'IR IS '-
oysters or CUllT--the Shredded Wheat
vegetalt)lc.. W afr- as a Toast with but-
aA ' ier or cheese, for luncheon or
atty meal,; a a sub-
stitute for while 0.,
flour bread. TeNtuaNoo o
a. Niagra FairsN.Y. X

"Good tobacco-keplt ite," outr taotto.
B~rokeni gocids anic kept "right" ini shotw
elites andtilttk giods are kept ini Iwo
large, store rooiis especially idesigitecd
aniu arrngedh.
MILLIARDS. BOWLING, LUNCHES,
CIGARS, CANDIES, TOBACCO.
.12 S. State - 31Maynard
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 North University Ave.
O. A.MOE.

New Filmzs
Tuses.. Thus-s. anid Sat.

TlE C ASN
INK AITN STR.51T

Pianist, MISS MAUDE STANTON
ILLUSTRATED SONG SOLOIST
MISS OLIVE STANTON

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