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May 23, 1907 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO ALARI1 CLOCKS
The Summer
Quarter, I90 Cnapman's Jewelry Store
206 SOUTHi MAIN SITRFE.l
204 South State Street
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO _______________________
CALE,3.ND)AR.

It's a
FOWNES
That's all you need to know
about a
GjLOVE

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NO0TICE
We, the undersigned livery-'
men, will accept no more credit..
Terms strictly cash from nowi
on, and all bills must be paid by
June 10.j
ROBISON & CO.
A. B. WALKER.
W. H. STARK.
ll ;wiall 1afe1 (\V. J. 51k-i &" to)
Snits tpressed 25c; trousers, r1c
ller & O'Connto r.of
Satisfactory tailoring at saisfa10101
prices. Fuller & O'Contnor, 619 E. Wtil
jam street. ti
7,t11 EICRD ANafactu1rer's agets for tr 11) o,
S ager & foll Co-,w nvi0te youiito ot
ov,-terspr in e of cen-ravecardis,
71lnct lli ii, fdan tilolirns any
her's Jewir Iy Store. Maiti street. ciii
'licket for forshiaimpoiis $i .oo. faini
tvaer used. Each ticket gooid fur shiami
poo, tnaniciire, facial or scalp treatmient.
Miss Vaiightn, 7117 N. University aveiiue
eod

IT IS NOT BY ACCINT[

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That Our
Stein-
Blach
Clothes
Fit and wsear and keep
their shape.
IT IS BRAINS in the
making of them.
TRY A TRY GIN
A PLEASURE

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DETROIT, JACKSON anod CHICAGO RY. 11<I:t11t Il.
very W-0 t o urs111 unt1111f8Sp. 11. Ilit t:t
Special cirs to Jacksoitt8:311 i. i., N V11-,Ill
an1d eveiry twours 111unutiit 8:30 IiP. I ~ii. P
loui loii sr vice11 01 t11 it l-tot nt 6li5y ,1Ifl ii Ii
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1 . , 71 i> f r7 t,1i11 atih, jewetry atii eye glass reptait
11 I 7 C i . r, il for iig by skiilleilwrinten.l. alters Jew
elry Store, Maitn street. rieid

jJLindenschmitt, Apfel& Co.'s
To Eingage the Assembly Rooms, or Orchestra, call at
ranger's Academy Office. As fle rit, debueien
callers are requested to announce themselves. Please uiung.
BRRIGHTON
FLAT CLASP GART1ERS
;,°k ' arewornannually ono4,00,500leg!-the nio t I i 0 1 at <
mnils wear. The patented flat clap bings comnfoirt--tie0111
its lnon-binding, non-irritatiiig hld. It's fat 110as a4he (lo i)Ii)lfi
holds the sock as smtoothias the skiii. Madie of lpure sitk eli is11.%1-1lu11
All mnetal parts of heavy nifckel plated briass. 25 001110, a pai,11, l ic
or bly mailt prepaid. For tosmewo prefer a curid garter, i«e ofct
The 1101101t, eisiiest adsih11t comfortabsle cord garter made, The
rubrdaodhol with a vice-like grip that will ner slip. "ill
not11j1 the inest hiise. The smallest, simioothest flattest grill ever
n.eil on as iiiilgaiter. Finest iquality webbing. Metal Ipartshieavy
nickel plaltdtbrass. 27c aiiil50c a pairall dealers ortiy iail prepaid.
PIONEER OSPEND7R CO., 718 Market St., PhIladelphta.-
.liuikuil ofiIone u pe andeirs:.J

7 :1.53 I. M. to 11i:1.5 1. I
Itaiting Jul 111, 11u1o111 . 1 II f iflain

Glassesretpairei. Eyes carefutlly fitted
aa etl . GeoirgeI- lter, Main street.

fti>51u I 011liallr.1Nhi lao

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Twelve Good Breakfasts
In One
Package of SHREDDED WHEAT
If you buy twot paekages otf Shre(lcei \V'heat Biscuit
for a cqurter-the regular 1ric-VOU have a dlelicioeis,
mtuscle-mtaking, strength-griving btreakfist for a pcnn-tt-
more real nutrment than is to lbefmimtl in tttv other feotd
itn the world for the samte tttotse. It conttains tALlte
hody-huildling eleentts itt the whole' wshe-at, tmadleeigesti-
hie hy steanm-cooking, shreddcittg 1nd01ltakittg.
If you serve
SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT
properly ycou will like it better thatt atnyIiotercereal foote.
IT SHOULD ALWAYS BF 1F1 TIA) IN IIE
OVEN just enough to restore crisptness attd flavotr. l{ot
breakfast, Doutr hot mtilk uver it, thtetsacid a little ceamtt
and a clash of salt. It is also delicious itseottihttiotn
withfrutsIf yout like the Btseutt fort
creamed breaokfast, y-ou wtll ltke'I' RIt
oysters or / CUiT-the Shreddiedl VWheat
vegetables. Wafet-as a Toalst iwith hut-
ter or cheese, fotr lunceon or
an\-steailt as asubtitute for
white floutrItread r
cook book is
sent free.
The Natural Food Co.
;;j , Niagara Fals, N. . - ,

Rowe's Laundry
THOMAS ROW Ei, Prop.
326 N. Fiftho Ale,
No- Ph on- 4.>7 V I , -15 -L ,
Hot Lunch
At Tnsttle s, 338 S. Statso
[Icclricdl VWork
Of a Qualfty to Satisfy~
R. R. Guenther & Co.
C6 E. Washington SE.
Phonee700tith.it
YOUR FAVORS SOLICITED I J)
HIGH CLAS
VAUDEVILLE
Fia k Nanton and Dog
Ethel Gilkey {>o>at ,l,
Illustrated Balletd
-SOMEWHEE" b ty EBig 'Re y~
Shannon & Shaw
Fe 11e1l 1 015 S it s 111 ani t laI I
3 Musical Millers
Two Shows Nightly, 7.34-9 20c
Matinees, Tuesday, Thursday, antd
Saturday, 10c
(THE BEST BILL YET

Freshmen! Sophomores! Juniors!
Se ir The best is none too good for you. You can'tftrct to
wante your time and patience itth the old-style fount 110inel
Buy a Self-Filler, and there is only one practica~ and suc 551111
Self-Filling Fountain Pen. It is
CONKLIN'S Self-
Filling E
"The pen swith the Crescent Ftller-the device that made
self-filling pens possible, practical and perfect." -
Don't be deceired. Accept nothing but the genuine k /
Coniklin. Alt other self-fillers are in the experimental ,J/
stage, The Conklin is perfect-been on the marker
for years. Used and recommended by thousands of"
studeiits and college professors. Posseuses all the super.
inr advantages of the best fountain pens nupplemented "
by the following distinct and desirable features:
Fills and cleans itself. No dropper. i
No inky fingers. No bother. I
No joints to leak. No clogging. Ii
Nothing to take apart. i
A dip in any ink, a touch of thumb to iklcecn ilr n e sfn n1
ready to write.
Why take any chances? Order a CONKLIN
SELF-FILLING FOUNTAIN PEN. Guaran-
teed satisfactory. Bauk Free upon request, telling - -
about this wonderful pen. Manufactured onty by i
The Conklin Pen Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold in Ann Arbor by
GEO. WAHR'S
TWO BOOK STORES.

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ALWLAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THE BEST OE EVERY
THING IN TAILORING

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