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January 19, 1906 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1906-01-19

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IBlit MICHIGAN DAILY

Hockifig Valley Ry. 1IRO ATINGI

CONTINUES ITS EXCELLEN'T
TRAkIN SERVICE
You will find
Four Trains Daily
From Toledo
Carrying Parlor Cars on Day Trains
Sleeping Cars on Night Trains
Union Depots io Toledo and Co-
lumbus
US. E. CLARK, 32
;Campus Martius
Detroit, Mich.
Allegretti
Chocolate
Creams
We have the exclusive
agency in Ann Arbor
for the Original Alle-
gretti Chocolates.
60ce per lb.
E. E. CALKINS
320 Souoth ste street

I. _coLISE M INK
m- MANr L. . STREET
IAFTEKRlMO N AND EVENING
AD)MISSION: lOc, .kte ISc. Evrening if) Skates 20c
[ l~orc pen: kulrnoo P. . Evening, 7 P. M.

The diotinction that comes from .--
being a correctly dreooed man is yours
--by aoking for my mark. And that
does not mean being extravagant--myI
creations are reasonably priced.

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TtOFO~s. -the
sIS 5' tiicti c sa
yoBar

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WAISTCOAT1S 1ROUSERS
"MACKINETTES' TOP COATS
Reasonably priced at my representatives

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Judge for yourself by asking

Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.

HAS 4 A RTCLRSRpeentative called upon You yet?
You can procureIc vss~iis u yato one dozen $4.50 Cabinet Photos and an extra picture for use in the M~ichigan-
ensian, all for $3.00.

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COOK HOUSE
Opposite Court House Square
FIRST-CLASS IN ALL BRANCHES
$2.00 $2.30 $3.00
Seasm Host andil esater All night service
SUNDAY DINsNERSsA SEIAiTY 5ic Each
F. J. SCHUH
SANITARY PLUMBING
Gas and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
J. P. SCHUH, 207 E. Washington Si'
RAN DALL
PHOTOGRAER
GAS
STUDYS
LAFIPS
$2.50 Each
100 Candle Power for

Aditir
sot oI"

iad_ H 303, UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

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s>'c I--po st n i ndf itls
A'it. hllin tcat (I t tse
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ti is: : sit c r i' -ttisc-,t oisi tis
'it i C<tlnt's ars laii Itds otot
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c° Stcc to a-s-sssic atuthe ' otsssis
i .i 't its o~is essuin; at U8:}c?
pri c p tl- :: 5l l i~ o t t - illttbt

Gtassess repaired.
Eescacrefutty fitted snditicest.
GORttGE, It d.tER. iMains Si.
Itstrtreths gerinie vstvti isses' at
Cussissu'S.
'Tshe ti ts itpried7st sit. t it~c
(its. Btagtey. 01 lcte it Jitt: - t
1-attoo's JtVcLoi- Sisos tosslinSt
The cottege jewveters.
Establistiedt158.

iis's N is isUsNiissis Pius t-H T
D[FIEIS ART STORE
witisti sit'soice liutldinss
Only the Best French (ilas3 is
Used.
223 S. Main St.
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
~porting GOON
121 East Librrty Street.

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Si -,
the s

-si As'risor Press (fcrorrty Par-
its t),tprintrs ci the Michigan
'tie AlumsnuissIsitanderYoust's
sic oss fooctb-11tt the TIechnic, S
.sssttssss, etc. etc. are printers
sidct tsssty'117 E. Washins-
111c i nk opi vr atro l
1c-1dvoe oIi cii tiwitsitit-
ci 7 t mltutu ryoent
irs: 55 55 it 155 t 55 itt8o~

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T -Fl' wrngcigisal h), 'the mans in the
isser cri"mycisittnrecds of human lives.
Its e air ue issiso in the totter"''toigtuard
o'11-cir si srsetsc. IND)IGESTION is a
is sriiig signalt of "scansger ahead!"' Deep
thseI trckcler iNviithi
WHEAT

Save Eyesight, Money
and Trouble

'sith ji.iieery' asd rye glass repair-
it i bytsitledt workmsen.
1 Is:: cs-S JELbtusts SOsE.Main Si.
- U- s's issi-taioring; ii satisfactory
gl'e,. tullr & O'Connsor. 6is E. Wit-
ass '-treet.if
IDIt8'htfx.zI
4"6 Freshness"'

a- stis:aturlfosod. I tslckos tie systemisagaist disease.
keepsthcte stssoalc sc-ct anisclea'n anid the bsowels
healtyandsit iii c. It is misde cif the wthole wheat,
cteans-c oioedtantdidraw-sinisto flne, 1001otis shreds, 1pr-
scintingU ttllsthe -briin-sainsg, body-bouildinsg elemntss of
thec ishsctiberry iinudigcstibsle formi. Susppsies natural
ivarmii titte body inia attuoal waoy.
Slightly toasted or warmed, and served wish hot
milk or cream, the BISCUIT is delicious for break-
fst, for every meal for every day in the year. It
may also be served in hundreds of dainty and tempting
ways in combination with fruitsoysters and preserves.

ANARBOR GAS
MONEY [OAN[D
itsWiatthe-.Osiaminsi.Jewselry
assd allit t11eClass Chsattel n oltrlscrt
W. J. LOURIM
154 ith Avi. Opposite Coort House
Two doors sooth of new Y. M. C. A
oresrc Houto; 8t30 to 11:30; 1 to .0;
7to 8-1..1
Bnsiness Strictly Connfidential

esircsststc is: Simanser shti-twaists and 'To learn more about "Shredded Wheat Cookery,
lie~ shisi is asits-ot retained aftor send for our "Vital
Iio weeb3teegretwhnQuestion" Cook Book. .
TRISCUIIT is a. Shredded -
tiered sit the Vass'ity laundry. This WoeWetcaks
Whl ha rakre'asiie wes'takte special lains to do then better than bread for toast,
-s-tb aid right. You will never took delicious with butter,
ity or stale'' if you favor us withy cheese or preserves.
itt css~e. It's All in the Shreds"
r-rsify La~iztdry TE NTRL ioo CMAY igr alN
S. 4th Ave. Beth P1horses 928 TF AUA ')D CIIAy ibr al N

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THIE Mir OF EVERY-
THING IN TAILORING

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