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TI RMICllIGAN )DAILY "

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGOJA~a~ CLOCK SHACK AND CARRIAGE
The Summer
Quarter, 1907 ih
" - ? Cilapifan's Jewelry S tore , , 7;'l
206 SOUTHlMAIN Sf I ' above 11
I Arb or ai'I ] xxiiixii ' ,xi 'xx 'iixit c i e ii i ilhi use
204 South State Street W, 11. xiARx.
THE UNIVERSITY Of CHICAGO I___________________
CALENDOAR. g W crry a good cline

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FOWNES
GLOVES
mean rig'hO gloves I
so buy toivnes and save
trouble.
DTloOACK()i aST HCG Y
A R x ii i i aii 0w 1
Ci UPC SHRUNK QUARTERii1 IZE
COLLAR~' i ii
15 CEiNTS E iCH ; 2 FOR 25 iEN il
CLU".PEROO ACO. MKES iUMiii'iixf
DET irr, ACKON ad'CICAGO RY.]

iiiii fiiiy field, 3lIt
MaY - xlixhl ii iuetiat ] i t ii rc
Maiiiiiiilr ' iou. 4 1)i nt.
May i8 - iiiiiii oh l ay racei and'Ii 'i
time. I T i if'iis I- i ii'ixx I II
h= ix xi'i , iii] i ii c iii iliW on
an i si iii] li imiiimidy I i 'o i,
it; lmi i ii fixe ] la s \ i-k o ;!
W~atci, jewelfry alldeye glass repalir

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irs axid iibaccosx, llwax
fresh. Our leaders --Espei
ili Clear iHavoiaaigars-
aie inefu. Satisfaction guar
aniteei.iiHusioni Bros., so]
distiriibutirs. rytheiei.

S xii ('clNi ',y T.
iTh ifCiago filxfiixiei('isl7ial
Imin wi thei ralid growthin ii i s ri xlix
(Q ari'iiiiiii rindsit necessary I t(}II huh i
in ftrai i u'aiix ii, (tii g m n " t
teica liiixai xii 'iito liaeirg('It sou
lm h if ias i c u'uiuxi , ch ifiuxester
wir c ifs, g fneralforei en, mi ag ersi
et. Ths i aniixcoif ffiu'x i i f ix I
fora iti number if tecihnuical f adn
ii '1 fi' f aix ifuu ;tatini theiiii x
iii iavgc i e fhii x hangeifin Wes
ruiiu hi5 5i'ir.i
iii ifurih Xiinfo] io ,ad rss A

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A New Fad ta4i= LtestCravatJ
A Scrf Made
From' Wood
It takes one million yards to make (one pouEnd of Art Fibre
Silk. There are twenty filiments to each thread.
Noc wonder they wvear like iroin.
The p)niy Il0lUse that has thenm in the city.

Lindenscim itt; Apfel & Co.'s

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To 'Engage thg As~stlhly iooms, or Orchestra, call at
1.'' t i As the re edence is con,
t aic'rts1' Off ICC. qi ced witho the building,
callers are-requfeted id101 9101ce themsels . Please ring.

fri(, ffgtA'u SxaY. i
t ]" ic:xii x AI wi 1

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I ;j> Il. ig by'skilileiI woirkmenix l allirrx jetis
ifiiri .St, f "'si of ii i r u'car Stre, Mis tsreet.eiioi

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xi ffi ii iiixl iii
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Twelve Good Breakfasts
In One 'SRDE HA
Package ofSRDE WHA
ItfVyoilbuy' twoS package.s 1h otShreddedi Wheat lBiscuit
tior a iqurter-tihe rg(riii r price-ysou Iia ve a delicious,
ilUxcile-mlkitistri iiirh-m45iiigl) t kfost for a peniy-
moereal Ontrimenct thlalnistto 10e tiiniddinuaunylother toui
in theio ilrlid for tie saicl'iimoey. It ciontainos AL11L the
loduhiilinlllgeleiiieits 10 the wihole wheat, made digesti-
ilie lVy steam-licookin~g, shredinlg fand baking.
If you serve
SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT
prioperly goso Vill like it better tihan any uther cereal food.
ITl'SO LlAI) ALWAYS MiFI1iKAl'I-:) IN 'THE
I F" N just enough tio restiore erispness and flavior. Iior
breakfast, pourt hilt milk osier it, then adid a little cream
aiid a dasho of salt. It is also delicilous in eoodoinatioio
with fruits, If yoiu like rise Biscuit for
creamedil il breakfast, you will like TR I S-
oysters or CUllT-the Shreddeci. Wheat
Xertablles. Wafer-as a Roast with lout-
ter ot cheese, for lunehecon or
any mleal as a substitute for
white flour bread.
Our 01e0 illiustrated
coc b1k1sse tfree.
The Natural Food Co./
1,,. Nagara Fallis, N. Y. 'lx" ~

iiixfii 'igi u' V; 1r & Co.,
13tiiix lirri dix j425 , trotiier, i,
fiilx'r & OiCo norof
l f , i] iii x n i i >)i l ry
fix, I lliic llil'i'i' . l1,iiiliixi 3i4-7-11
1 a-osn repired. I,;ie Ocr-
h i li i ttha d-u 'd.
I,, ii H ller.iinSlo5t
Rowe's Laundry
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
320 N. Fifth Ave
\txxr 1ioir i, 1401iu ix'l 5,17-1.
Yuiisc. get >.
Hot Lunch
At Tuttlo's. 338 S. State
BIJOU
HIGH CLASS
VAUDEVILLE
HARDIE LANGDON
Singing Comediane
HARILAN\D & ROLLISON
Noveilty a'ical Artlis
HOWARDIJTURJNBUL.L
Illustrated Ballad
CORINA SISTERS
Sinerrs, Dancers, Cbange Ar'tls'Is
VIENZ & PANTZER
Coedy Acrobats
Two Shows Nightly, 7:30-9 20c
Matinees, Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday, 20c

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3

BRIGHTON
4or W, eItVCLASP GARTERS
Trad Nrk are o n inoolly on 4,00,050 I I -te.1 x ,t popufar garte~r-,for
its oniixs oo~ ~ ting lbold. 0 x latillas asherltiif paper aind
hold;xhi l s oeok Si sixii A ' the y(iir. 151. iioi prei l i fk eiastic sx'xihig.
Alxmetal parts f havy nsfsklaiid brass.25icents a pair, alldealers
or i> mil ea id~ax. Forx lii ciivxs ho iprefe rix cridgarter, owe offer
LOCK-GRIPr\
BRIGHTON GARTrERS
Thenai ,elirit an otiil Ioixfi~flicardgariter made.Ohe
robbSediamoisi II ~ith iixxli Cgiptill i ii lir ill i
nt i i ilixifiest hosex Ilii ismalliest, xiiootetfll lstgip lxxx
u on ordixgarterx~itOxedlxitiyxwinxg. lXuip~t ii Niiy
nikellatedllbrass.25ciand 5cl i ral al iiers or iiyima l ipid. ..
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO., 718-iMxraet St., Philadelphia,
llxixi ii of 15iuer s' i p .i3rni,

j

Freshmen! Sophoniores!1 Juniors!I
Seniors, 4 Professors !
The best is'1 iTfe tuo good for yo.o 'u cailit affiord 1o
waste your time aiod patienceo with the old-stylei Oonliin lien.
Buy a Self-Filler, alnti there is aS/f lixn oractOc2 Oand xiucceussful
Self-Filling FontinPen. It is
CONKLIN'S. FillingPE
"The pen with the 0-cscest Filler-'-the devsice that made
self-filling pens possible, practical and perfnct.'
Don't he deceived. Accept nosthiig -but the0 genuoine
Conklini.,All other aelt- 'Iiro r s ixoheesperimenxtol " '4
stage. The Conklinis i perfect-been so th ioarkei /
for years. I) ed .ahdreconooended by',thosonds oif It !
students ond college professors. Possesses all the sopor- f "Ixo datgs ftebstfuti essplmne
by the followig distinct and desirable features /
Fills and cleans itself. No dropper 0
No inky fiotgerso N N~ bother.7
No joints -to leak. N clogging.
Nothing to take apart. ,,'
A dip in any ink, a touch of thumb t3 «''
nickel crescentt filer ainch pen is full,,
ready to write.H
Whytake any ances ? Order a .CONKLIN,
SEL-)fUIN FUNTAIN PEN. Guaran-
teed satisfactory. ' Book Feeuon regimso,'telfihig -- -
about this wonderfual pen. Manigfatled-,only, by 7
The Conklin Pen Coo-Toledo;'O.
Sold In Ann Arbor by GE .W H V
TWO BOOK STORES.

ALWAYS AHIEAD) IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

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