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January 18, 1906 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1906-01-18

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Rockillg Valley Ry.
CONTINI.TPfS ITS l: XI'1LEt~NT
TRAIN TStiUIWEf
You will fid
Four Trains Daily
From Toledo
Carrying Parlor Cars on Day Trains
Sleeping Cars on Night Trains
Union Depots in Toledo and ('o-
lumnbus
S. E. CLARK, 32
jCampus Martius
Detroit, Mich.
Allegretti
Chocolate
Creams
We have the exclusive
agency in Ann Arbor
for the Original Alle-
gretti Chocolates.
60c per lb.
E. E. CALKINS
Drugjs- - I
320 South Statestare.ent
RAN DALL
PHOTO GRAPH ERA

The Best Move
uaity of sit 111 sc Icots.
Ills stoe s runl ilsthexide-
All$2500 veroat attf .75 All$1500averidc o sts11.2
ManhattanOShirts at 25eperocentediscount
SpauingSweaer est1-4 ff. Ypsla Ni UniontaiSits th4off
Donnthltts opprtnit2paefr citdisonysaer
REULE, CONLIN & FIEGEL
200-2012 Main St.

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THlE SOCIAL SEASON IS ON

SHOES

Ye Stusden* Shop
611 F;. Williams Street

' - ___ After Paying Your Tuition Fee
__________________________________________ The next most important thing, is to avail yourself of an oppor-
Clas.ses I1s Deneing tunity and let us show you our various lines of merchandise select-
GRlitnuoisg hpuitls cansjoistneoxo as late ed with the utmost care for U. of M. MEN. Everything is now
A"Imly E R'S Is Febrary 10th, anct receive a fttll terme ready to be seen.
~~~sortes os'2iblei ctIse. ttigll s TAILORS
FURISRHERS TOfIN enry and K yer
709-711 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.

HAS .. . RENTSCHLER'S Representative called upon You yet?
You can procure Iron hiiu a coupoa estitling you to one dozen $4.50 Cabinet Photos and an extra picture for ute in the MiVchigan-
I ~ensian, all for $3.00.

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clock 2at 1th 12club 2hous2. 121nporumt2
\'21,2c1 \22le1 (.8.1.2211 22 .
icl ll ii~l.i ~'1 11 12222 22222 eei221.'elue at Frie11z12
11 " .tiilcte : C ,all22222122 ('\2 hin2 'T2re2\ 1122

Glasses repaired.
E yes carefully filled and21tested.
GI;ORGH UlAbLLER, M1a121St.

I-lililrel2's
(. 2 51 22"1's.

cc ltiii1e velve2tkisses, at

Bmxvi YOUR sUNFRAEDsixlPIC i ox'N)i
DEFURIEIS ART STORE
j anditthavetthemeframied
ti thite Mtoldtngs
Only the Best French (ilns3 is
jUsed.
223 S. Mate St.
IB AILEY & EDMUNDS
!Bporting 3oobs
t2t East Liberty Street.

T e 121" 222 1rce2 ;c222 M
1o,' Ba~gley. 1122s21le at lo11's

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COOK HOUSE
Opposite tear t Hose Squooe
FtIRST-CLASS IN ALL BRANCHES
$2.00 $2.50 $3.043
Steami Hesa ad Elevstor All sight servc(
SUtAY DtINS tA SiECIxALTYr 50c act
Vnrrsderllp£M1.Oe.lo..
F. J. SCHUH
SANITARY PLUMBING
Gais and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
JF.SCHUH, 207 E. Washington St'
GAS
STUDY

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HI.xEi'S JEWELRYtSi oz:822222 iniit.
Thieisollee jewelers.
Esftablishied 1858.

1~o lat l 21212 2
1e222222 . 222

it T12 h 'le Attn Arbior Press (formerly Par-
keI 22 2r & S11yd21r), printers ofthIle Michtigan
I211': 1 iby, The Alitunts, Itdantder, Yost's
rm ~ 2'ii2 hgrat ioot:2212 foot11, Itie 'I echxtic, S.
22-2 2 C. A. ihandbtook, etc., etc., are printer.;
212 11' to the sttdenttbiiiy 117 E.'aWashii
too street. tf
122 122 1,11 ,o11 1111 et ween0.22222 il 12' i' 1
1 T, iil, 2222 ii,'ii lii22ito ) 2>^ 'if -i >>

s; AClearTrack

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for home or office
Ark We. are aixorit to i~rae .t limit-!
ed number. of ti-catv fine }rfyot.o-
en-ravin<-s. * Prominent Puldic" \te Sig
3lifelil:e E>ort. '<tii5 of f>rc}nIincnt f eo}pie of
li note

t1 22 2' et(i1i TOi 27.inI 02P111
If you-ire tot particitlar, go to atnv'j
2iliioiigriililir 1butif viittwtntlthe hiesI
come to lexaieier & Co., Hlenning
Iblock. eod-tf
fo'r t1., 2221es1 ieas toIko122to.gratphy
comt2e to Alexanider & Co., Henuitig

$2.50 Each
1010 Candle Power ior
1.3 Cent perl'lour
Save Eyesight, Money
and Trouble
ANN ARBOR GAS
CO.
MONLY [OAN[D
0211 watchtis.Diamxondss, Jelry.
and all ItIgI-C0o1Cliaatel
and Coiilateral securIty.
W. J. LOVRIM
1tt 4tti Ave. Opposite Court House
Two doors south of new Y. Mt. C. A.
IOmcRt outets; 8:tt to 130; 1 (2o 2,
7 to 8-512.
Easiness Strictly Confidetial

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Theodore Roosevelt, William Mc= block. cod-t
Kinley, Abraharn Lincoln, John -
rHay, (Gen. IU. S. (Grant, Marcus' 11IIARMONIC ORCHES'TRA.
A. Hanna. Aidiress L. D. Bates, mntager, 8o8
222222 2engring22i- 22 l il'es a2ii 82221111Fourlt aventue.Phtoties:' Bell,
tiiiiiiix22 211 tted2on i('ic2202221iiiiii' ohS-j ;IDotue, 289-red. If
r[or 30 days only 2122222 ii Ar tieI 5i0cn]) Reuisclieler offers baurgains. See htis
$1.004 21 for2 t 2he 22Complete lSet. ospid d inlie tilt. 2221paige 4. t
Satisfactory tailoitg at satisfactory
r HACKEI)ORN ENG. CO. prices. Futller & O'Contnor, 61 1F. 'Wil-
221 Huron Street Toledo, Ohio Liamu street. t

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T Ill'. 22 rotig signa~l by '' the Ittsttini tte
towe2r1"1112)'colsIttttiidreds of htitman lives.
222221 22211 5st11m1ch. I i Dl ST~ .ION is 21
iea2riiig signal (if " dlattger tatead l 1,, eep
ithe takclett wi th
WVHOLE
WHEAT

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ahiarl foodii. It bilockIs the systemt agatinst disease,
Ibeeps tbe 5stimacht222eelt211ndcleant aind tteliotwels
heiethya'n222121 ivie. It 'is ttttce of the swhocleweait,
steam-ticooiledl an2ddratw'in121)toitte, lp0oousithretds, 122
2211 gallthe banmknbody-buildingelmnso
thle 22hIeat ietrry in digestibile forit. Saupplies ntutratl
wa',rt tthle body' itt 1allnatratl way.

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Slightly toasted or warmed, and nerved with hot
milk or cream, the BISCUIT is, delieious for break-

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A~ Dielightful sast,four every meal for every day in mhe year. It
"F es ne s"may also be served in hundreds of dainty and tempiing
F~r11:1"S ways in combination withlfruits,oysters and preserves.
so desireablle in Summer shir'twaists and To learn more about "Shredded Wheat Cookery"
seglige shirts is always retained after send for our "Vital
sevetal days wear by those garments when TRUeTi a. SCook deBook.
laundered at the Vai'sity laundry. This Woe Wetcakr
is biecause we take special pains to do then better than bread for toast,
properly and right. You wilt never look delIicionus with bsutter,
"dowdy or stale" if you favor us twith cheese or preserves.
your patronage. "It's All in the Shreds"
Va.rsity La~xmdry TP NTRl oo CMAY igr alN
117 S. 4th Ave,. Beth Phonses 928 T EN 'U~,Fo)CMAY igr alN

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THIE IE3r OF EVEltV-
THING IN TAILORING~

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