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The Michigan Daily, 1907-05-21

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGOI ALARfI, CLOCKS
The Summer -
Quarter, 1907 cs ~ta
.° f Cnapman's Jewery Store
206 SOTHI MAIN SELET
10rbr aldLA
ns> a<,., ' 204 South State Street
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO_______________________
CALENDAR.
M IatI21--Soph mare aenginerardtancatli
It's a Barbinrgmnaitutm.
FOIVNES Ps ~ d:litatigtitvs.. SNrt'lama
That's all you need to know Aly2 asspi h at aterary fid,
about a aa 55u W i mar, ity J.
GLOVE PU--V irdl, Saraii tarial An
Ml2 11-1S ring Qart t nc rt ftr
Iecta ichigan U nin, ii Sarhl
C:Sit itt t halt . tia.ra1
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Michgai lnon eecton, C ., ttt
Sit Imll. tut1i;(r ti1), titm i
Fear Nittar
DETROIT, JACaSO an CHOCAGO RY ii iii it
e" ryl[i27-i attn11:ititiigi 81'p. in.
" 1)a11c, a Ftitr Ciii
'Sita gi ern ii Jliiaattl 8 3it t. ",ir"o iphii it inI rtat hi tmorei
thula array nti m tint:5:Michigant vs . A
DERIT A.C SONa a nde Cto ICAGOR Y.ji (t ;o tal r i al(11y hoidy
Seat carsi 915I. i to D to ~ Iiti8 a nad la S a ititi.rSa U.a v.t.tn i at iat
Tierytwohours tiar 8 p.nmrritnFin afielon
7:5a. . inoi9: T5 mthen 1:i . t titi
ICaitn RoomL is I a St West o in I Pc iii 111i am> otdoriii,
Twelve Good Breakrasts
OnkaeofSHREDDED WHEAT
If you buy two packages of Shrdded Wheat Biscuit
for a quarter-the rgular pria-s ou have a delicious,
musle-aking, strengthgising breakfast for a penn-
in the world for the'same monr. It contains .ALL the
body-building elements in the whole wheat, made digesti-
ble by steam-cook ing,'shredding anmd baking.
If you serve
SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT
properly you will like it better than any other cereal food.
IT SHOULL) ALWAYS BE HIAI) IN TlE
OVEN just enough 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
wdh'fruits, If you-like the Biscuit for
creamed breakfast, you will like TRIS-
oysters or. CULIT-the Shredded Wheat
vegetables. Wafer-a s a 'Tost with but-
ter or cheese, for luncheon or
-'any meal as a substitute for
whtefou read. f\

Our near illustrated
rankhbonk ias
settt tree. <
The Natural Food Co,
i Niagara Falls, N.0Y. /

NOTICE
sWe, the undersignied -livery-
men, will accept tio more credit.
Terms strictly cash -from -now
on, and all bills must be paid by
June 10.
ROBISON&.CQ .
A. B. WALKER.
W. H. STARK.

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ITIS 'NOT BY ACCIDENT I

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Studets are auras awec-
c ome at utison Bras.
ReaS our .paraiuse tin.
telephtones, aee iihe acore
boards, neatt aurfrit a:
We treat 'yaturiht.
slider rule:, on auaitiit-. jtt cutu State,
strae a-inad l~igimarittf}r ~itittiitg. ie
tatn of'. 1.. Iitter, I636aS. tanatita
Suits pressedt 25C; raters, ion
Fuller & O'Connotr.tf
ISNI;RAvl,'1DCARDlS ANt) i1Nilin
.Mantufartrer'sa getnts for Biroat\it
lager & 1-1111'Co.,wianviata' yout itool w
a\-t- rheir asuptarr ine of iientgraedicamt-,
iraiaaiiit, ltiiacry. Satisfait itai I
ia nt. Typew'arititig ntati dotne. jol
iffe &nKitzriitiar, Stateitaireet, aboveita I
irtucigan pitta, fobs antd sponta. Hat
er's Jewitlry Store. Maitt street. end
'Ticket for tonerastampoos $..oo. tRaita,
water uaedl. arlm tickuet good for stiats
toon tictire, faciaul or scalp treattmet
Miass Vanghn, 707 N. Uttiveraity avetne
eod
(1i50'ea repaired. Eyesae aura
fatty 'rftid art taite.
(irga OS tilet. 'ait iiSi.
Rowe's Laundry
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
326 N. Filth Aver.
.Naw Phatne 4i7 hellt '(tna 457-1,
Yo~u , ht .
At V Uttle's. 338 S. State

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Fit and wear and keep
their shape.
IT 15 BRAINS in the
making of them.
TRY A THY ON
A PLEASURIE

Lindenschmitt, Apfei & Co..'s
To Engage the Assembly Rooms, o~r Orchestra, call at
rangr's cadey Ofice.As Sloe reedence is con-
range's AcdemyOffic. iocted witho ale buildinog,
callers are requested to announce thomseoes . Please ring.

FLAT-CLASP GARTERS
ti havetlng beenthesntaa25rcentk 11tan tim iii intctflat ci
xi. ...na I ' irev-ettchafig, tinintg andtaitc~in ithe tim atutu Te tBrighta.
udMax Fattlasartetris as flat aatyour hai. 'Xoabty mntio appre-
ciateacomfotnaad oneatttnsa.Madeioftitireitsilklaticineiiatitg. All
mnetat patrts atbras-heavily nickeledt. 25 aentsIaa taie, ii ai atr rI
mail tirepaid. For ameni oto prenfer a cord gartct tanetiaian perfectaed
LOCK-GRIP '
BRIGHTON GARTERS
White theore inc~atkly atndleastty detachtedI yattterhavthe i
finineat grip of alt cord garters. The flexittln ratbabnartiianatn
grips ' ith-a bul dog tent.city. No near or tnear of the socksba
Cat'trintgtonse or become accideittally datachedt. Stader it
i(neat qality awetiling ;alt netail ptsaily naicket taatS
heats. 25c attd 50c a pair, att dealera natty tmail, trea-i. ,..a
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO., 700 Market St., Philtarelpha.
Maeonft'ionenrti..a.,ateit

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[Iectrical Work
01 aQualfty Vo Satisfy
Everysoe.
R. R. Guenther & Co.
206 E. Washinogton St.
Phoon 706 html,.
YOUR FAVORS SOLICITED
BIJ*OU.
HIGH CLASS.
VAUDEVILLE
Fra kNanton and Dog
Ethel Gilkey obee
"Illustrated BallA.d
"SOMEWHERE" by B -- "Roy",
Shannon' & Shaw
'3-Musical .Millers
two Shows Nighmtly, 7:30-9 20c
Xaiiicis, Tuesday, Thusday, and
Saturday, 10c
THE BEST BILL YET

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Freshmen! Sopiiomores! Juniors!
Seniors . Professors!
The best is none too good for you. You car't afforS to
waste yoor time atsd patience with the :old-style fountutin1pet.
Boy a Self-Fuller, atnd there is only one practica' and suc'.ssfol
Self-itlling Foutntatn Pen. It is
CONKLIN'S Sf=gPE
"The pen with the Crescent Filler-the device that made
self-filltng pens possible, practical and perfect..
Don't be deceired. Accept nothing but the genuine= j
Conklin. Atl other self-fitters are to the experimental I
stage. The Conklin is perfect-been on the market
for' years Used and recommended by thousands ofifj/
studetst and college professors. Possesses all the super-
ior advantages of the best fountain pens supplemented (
by the followtng ditirnct and desirable features :
Fills and cleans itaelf. No droppers
No inky fingers. No bother.
No joints to leak. No clogging. + '
Nothing to take apart.,I
A dip in any-ink, a touch of thumb to
nickel creacent filler and pen is full,I
ready to write.
Why take any chancesI Order a CONKLIN
SELF-FILLING FOUNTAIN PEN.' Guaran-
teed satisfactory. Book Free upon request, telling - -
about this wonderful pen. Manufactured only by
The Conklin Pen Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold In Ann Arbor by
GEO. WAHR'S
TWO BOOK STORES.

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MILWAIW, THE TAILOR

THE BEST OF EVER!
THINGI IN TAILORINX~

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