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T 1lE MIC14IGAN DAILY

ilockinig Valley Ry.
CONTINUES ITS EXCEILFNT
TRAIN StRFlClt
You will find
Four Trains Daily
From Toledo
Carrying Parlor Cars on Day Trains
Sleeping Cars on Night Trains
Union Depots in Toledo and Co-
lumbus
S. E. CLARK, 32-t
Campus Martius
Detroit, Mich.
KODAK
Finishing
We do developing and
printing for amateurs,
and do it well
It is to our interest to
do it well, that we may
sell moref i I m and
more Kodaks
PRICES
REASONABLE
E. E. CALKINS
Dr-XIggist

~~~MADE-1f~0ARDflRlSTYLES
College Men
A lis everiy Regal style is iii-
iecl,,vl!6 eie rona new desiiii
gIl 4le ii produciiediiy thlis
ixlule stm ciioi-iiiilkies of
Niii lcirl ad d on~iiil. r
Andilitheeal moes haar
motpli2in elstih-e llegis every-I
ills ii osretaeil cs ltl mas-
to-( I iiliil ses thrtlhaveiri(intoeS
ofiii liiii 1 cii ti i lie
lar'iiiel iii iiic ii - ci thi ieolid.
l'is speill lich oilic liie l
lhlinsis irected by our iii wly i
'slii s iCl Ii°e Bui eau 501i -
i l r i~v e I i Iil 4
$3.50 and $4.00
R. A. II. ItlJOPS0N, Age lit
Ye otdest Shop
6tt E. William SI. Attn Arbor

The Right Styles in Men's Spring
Clothes
hke ihliilg tial's lesw and right will be found here now.-
All lites greatr inllai ely and lower in price lihan equal quali-
lies myue ov 11 1)11ivdi illniiiothrrstore.
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 spleiid il cli ug iof'7Meii's New-Spring Shirits, Neckwear
Glo-es, Hosiery, aiiiiUulei Wear.
MEN'S SPRING HATS
ThI liew shaesreis blirk aniiilor; are ti o be seeii isusual.
Up-1to-itenie'ssusre Iqual isyaire es irleiii I Iii ti t.
REU]LE, CONLIN & FIEGEL
After Paying Your Tuition Fee
The nexi most important thing, is to avail yourself of anoppor-
tunity and let on show you our various lines of merchandise select-
ed with the utmost care for U. of M. MEN. Every thing is now
ready to be seen.
TAILORS e rr
FURNISHERS T iNH ny adK e
709711 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.

DAURD e CHOO FORuirond Floor,
IflhUUGEltQ DANCING 310) Maynard

3
HAS..." RENTSCHLER'S Representative called upon You yet? R AN D AL L
Yucan procure from him a coupon entitling yoCitoICoCe dozen $1.50 Cabinet Photon and an extra picture toe use in the Michigan-
ensianalltfor $3.00. P H O T 0 G R A P H E R~

320OSoxtt SaeSe Expert Jewvelry aod Welch Repairs,
~ Arnoeld's Jewelry Store.
UNIVERSI'TY NOTICES. j
1om11hiiig neis-a Michitgani card Hildreth' s geninte velvet kisses at
1'x11 ( oiperi72tN.IjUiniersi. ed Cushinog's.
_____________________ i i 1cli-s i icetlill irda, 411. lii.,
Michiigani pin~sfobs end spooins. Soils pressed, 25c; trousers, IoC. I )C,11 1 iri t c hall. Ncprt f
FIALLEReneJtserite.'STOsilMai St. -Fuller & O'Connor. tf i peClni u iiii tii commit ther
l at srit luuuicn lii ]nthi m rn
ii rl iiliiiiiiiii ci lili 24.
r Am-Be.L 1,()11 -ll cha icionship ofthe
1C i I 1d c l ie u iiii i liiheli tuul-
p ow seeku he solutiniofith itre
t ()nd 1) de \ ic 1 1 )5oum1 i e
1 t !/ tl<I. is c i c c luuucuiui lto \laiu
- Iitily av Ilimr li . i lto 11i:,30
ladis, allid~ti aferu~n 4 to :30.
tIiis ad gnlel creli ii ued i evunl-
THE product of sixteen years' l ,;1)1Ocok 5-1'
experiment ; thie successful re- 1 l' i i lollefacx esgld watch,
suit of an effort to make a Turkish yV -ecgrvedicnlback.
hildii < ii i iiiiiii543 IClurch stret
cigarette better than the best ! ,r t.1-i
,) 1tlhi \: luuui c lved inhack oigcse.
M U R A Diiil.Niriiiiii ihuii
C £GJ2 L1R. 'ALT .I53l: w-tI I ltctIuiiu llvuir tgraph
are unequaled in richness, smooth- Cllb lock. udc & o -t
ness and mildness-the one Turk- f1icc.edI
ish cigarette that offers these CAMERA FrOR SALE.;
qualities perfectly, and in perfect Ccc 1'i l to er, ti ii tili i
harmony. 1 , i-ohl sil.I-i
10 for 1 5 Cents 1ir 11.) t cpjho.
Aye mail peetpaid-If yeu cant get Macad Cgarettes at yeuaCrrgls try, 7x)9irluics.
dealer, sendtid zyfor ten; 7/P. fee fifty; $1.50 for eoneihusdreea Abuie elo(',uitl1e iiic iiits
ALLAN RAMSAY, 111 Fifth Avenue, New York City Oit11~t -cir.
Fr I 1 l xiii iuu ro llerioi.
I .,_ . hc11 i t i ollle ci
isle 01(cliirki1o©1iluept.5 il liC

~iBuilders
of the 'orld
need Brawn and Braini
j whether they are Buildinig
Books or Building Business.
' nthe whole wheat grailn
Nature has stored the material
___for building brawn and brain--
--- but the white flour miller gives
you only the starch. You can't bul1d
MuIscle or brain out of starch. I11
Shredded Whole Wheat
you have all the body-building elements of
the whole wheat prepared in digestible forni
The Government uses it to build soldiers at West
Point and sailors for the Navy at Annapolis. It is oii
the ''training table" of eveiy college and university.
A food for the brain-worker, the outdoor man and the in-
door man, foi any meal, for any season in any climate- i
food to grow on, to think on, to work on, to live on.
Shredded Wheat is made in two forms, BISCUIT
and TRISCUIT. The Biscuit is delicious for break-
fast with hot or scold milk or cream, or for any meal
in combination, with fruit or vegetables. TRISCUIT
is the shredded whole wheat cr'acker, crisp, nourish-
ing ansd appetizing. Delicious as a toast with bever-
ages or with cheese or preserves.

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

"It's all in the Shreds"

\I-WAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD,, THE TAILOR

THlE BIES OF EVERY-
THING IN TAILORING

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