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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ilockifig Valley Ry.
CONT [NtlS IIt's ITXCE LFIN
TRAIN T ~-,ICIUV
YOu will fn
Four Trains Daily
From Toledo
Carrying Parlor Cars on Day Trains
Sleeping Cars on Night Trains
Union D~epts in Toledo.,and Co-
l nibus
S. E. CLARK, 32
Campus Martius
Detroit, Mich.
KODAK
Finishing
We do developing and
printing for amateurs,
and do it well
It is to our interest toj
do it well, that we may
sell more f il1m and
more Kodaks
PRICES
REASONABLE
I'. E. CALIKINS
Drxsggist
320 Snoth state Stree.t

MAD[-I0-ORDER ISULESj
College Meni
rec tly oied frm ane deig
e lu iv rito lhoink ers of
ew1 o in cid 1 i b n ss i o
And ihe s3e; Imode s that :er
ioi popeIii li hit ul~e's iveii A
$3.50r eac and $4.00n re
iii 11 ii -eli -is iii 110
611 E. W iliit St.'Atse Arbora
i VIE" huinc' is dtc ctedO F ICE: wi
GR N E S SCO Lahih FOR e- Btetle
DANCING 311)omaoe hyardx

The igh Stlesin Men's Spring
TheR1ht tcsClothes
s erthtiisg Itat's itew atidright swill he foittd Itere stow.
All tite-. greatcinitt sariet y atid loter itt price thtan equal quiali-
ties titaxibQiobtatied ii itot iher store.
Men's and Young Men's Spring Suits $10 to $20
Top Coats - - - $10 to $25
Rain Coats - - $15 to $25
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
A splendlid sihowt iin fMei's New Spring Shirts, Neckwe'ar
En ii e', Hsi(ui xaniti d tuei veir.
MEN'S SPRING HATS
The tewss hapes isit: lak -ainIdiici re to bh e'en si iti-tis
Up-to-iiatenessciiure itiii lyaries videntthlt iihotit.
REULE, CONLIN & FIEGEL
After Paying Your Tuition Fee
The next most important thing, is to avail yourself of anoppor-
tunity and let uss show you or various lines of merchandise select-
ed with the utmost care for U. of M. MEN. Every thing is now
ready to be seen.
TAILORS
hATRS~OI NHenry and Ky Ter
FURNISHERS)
709-711 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.

I

iHAS..." RENTSCHLER"S Representative called upon You yet?9
Yosu can procure fron him a coupon en1 slinZ you to oar dozen $1.50 Cabinet Photos and an extra picture for use in the Miichigats-
ensian, all for $3.0.

RAN D AL L
P11OTO0GRAPHIIER

Hopen Jewelry' anldVWaitch Repairs

P.~A null iis jewery Moire.
«miignci- ihignicard. II lreilic genuin e iielet u.oe' a
liiliic,721iN.CiiUnivi. ed coshins.
Michuiganuptns, folbs oid spoons. Snits presseid, aye; trimsers, IOCe
FI IJXie's Jsucsuov STOiRY. Main St.E siller & OConinor. ii

t

AMAN'S Alma
Mater dtstin-
guishes him no more
than his cigarettes.
Men, critical in their
selections, smoke
)because of their origi-
nal and exquisite flavor,
and because they find
that flavor uniform day
in and out and un-
equalled in every potnt
of highest quality.
10 for 15 Cents KJ.
By mail postpaid--If yiu tcis. efr Ma05Cigarettsoat your
dealers, send i5c. for tear; 75.f or fift; $iopfw wone hundre-d
ALLAN RAMSAY, 111 Fifth Avenue, New YorkCit

.11sn r itis are rciuc-ic to iii
a &l Cii. itnni iuucicfii rc asiri-
m lnifo thir rapsuaiiiigownsii. All
ne t ci iiiii111, i ei n by ii Sauiridait-
ng.:Machli21. Ciii).inid GC in Cii n.I
liI'h -ist uuiuiucu-icar iiof the ldeithiof
Mr. Stanoi ~ii mr ks: u <u~i1 atStauif rd
acin lii - fiiciii diii tic dIbil ian . riul
Ike ) Atii I S rbrProls.edfuriith eli' crv
bk &Suidcr I im.ncrv ()fte ltike ii
IThei hute -o ~Al iiis.tilandc< lr, tout
C. A.pinsiilliolu.dc., etcVi re nrinoed.
tothe jw crs ppealsdtot7he Wastiuga
h li gn tilur-. yuloyer.t
ke i4 ndrint iea's oinheslotetihi'
DanicyiheAlauinuicrInland, I lenniii
C ici iii licI ture. oi.L itido cn. irlul
Vol- latestiii iiiie i ll ,01 f org lsl
cometo lxandrli to Co.late in lte
Cuit liioritter reescnttie esidesrarei
lii classroomiirk bycsiotetigen'scaool
inth Su111. er1.1 I thenttitlgownsbyresh.
from in s is tuifs, .iond is il caiiiit01 ellr
att iitd to aso b thi'e ater10 ialile
tndc furii tiirteoleetl,daiscaiie his
xpestv;frt siiwtienheiras col-
heis cqnit.eiraio b'Taft.dton ey hise
businresstin prcfisliiire. cnnt el
'l'lo testidilnesrotteao travel
aiibro icad. tik .I-.Roets 3

I a Builders
of theWOrid
ht need Brawn and Brain,
whether they are Building
Books or Building Business.
~'( In the whole, wheat grain
' Nature has stored the material
for building brawn and brain-
-- but the white flour miller gives
'T~" you only the starch. You can't build
muscle or brain out of starch. In
S'hredded Whole Wheat
you have all the body-building elements of
the whole wheat prepared in digestible fornt.
The Government uses it to bttild soldiers at West
Point and sailors for the Navy at Annapolis. It is on
the ''training table" of every college and unliversity.
A food for the brain-worker, the outdoor man and the in-
door man, for any meal, for any season in any climate-a
lood to grow on, to think on, to work on, to live on.
Shredded Wheat is made in two forms, BISCUIT
and TRISCVIT. The Biscuit is delicious for break-
fast with hot or cold milk or cream, or for any meal
in combination with fruit or vegetabies. TRISU:VIT
is the shredded whole wheat cracker, crisp, nourish-
ing ansd appetizing. Delicious as a. toast with bever-
ages or with cheese or preserves.

The ''ital Question Cook Book"
is sent free for the asking.
THE NATURAL FOOD CO.
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.

"It's all in the Shreds"

I lainiliosi Place; photne fttj.

tf

A~LWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLE

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THlE BEST OF EVERY-
THING IN TAILORING~

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