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March 15, 1906 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Rlockinig Valley Ry.
CONTI'.rES ITS EXCELLENT
TRAIN SERVICE+
You will find
Four Trains Daily
From Toledo
Carrying Parlor Cars on Day Trains
Seeping Cars on Night Trains
Union Depotst in Toledo and Co-
lumbus
S. E.'CLARK, 32,
Campus Martius
Detroit, Mich.
KODAKS
INSTRUCTION
FREE
To alt l vhaseis,--as mnn
1ossons aSs0on 001.
ALL THE NEW 1906
KODAKS
Are in stock. Let us show
rj them to you.
E. E. CALKINS
D r-xigist
320 Sousthx Sotte Street
' s oper, 721 N. (111'I 'itt. 04
71lllg i ns111, fobs 1111( spoonls. f
I 1 1.1011'SJrWEVILR-f STORE. Main St."

MADE-TO-ORDEfR STVILES
R[6A[ SIIOS'
College Meni
ree tl l 1115 11from1a1 le des11ign
111+t- as 1111 1produ 1d by 1he 1mos
1110usive ct1o11boot-mlersI of
\c vv l0.l London0 111II 11
And 01t1e 1111111m11de1111hat a1re
n -sl oplIsal. in t1e11 lle Wes \ I~ry
w11111are1101110 and1faiful re-
prodt iosfl lain ost ly made-l
Yr n S tsn ire tdShy Il ew
6c-1 5.liW tetham tsAttttou.Aro
~RA~f ~ ~ $3.50rond Floor,
YeSteto

The I t Styles ill Mell's Sprinlg,
Clothes-
I 1 1 5 1t1i1ii 11it' 11111tt 11111righ ll 0 11be fou l ie reio 110
Al ie o atri i. 1110 1 11 115 111and1111 om~r it 1 1( leethin eqtaxal li111-
ties 111 15 1).111111111111 1iii1110 0111Cr storr.
Men's and Young Men's Spring Suits $10 to $20
Top Coats - - - $10 to $25
Rain Coats - - - $15, to $25
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
AspllendlidlIo\11W15,1117IMe1',,0Noew'Spri 17 81111it, 'Neckwear
MEN'S SPRING HATS
111e 11011 shap11 1 :f lac dcl ors (1 111 111 re1 1 to e Seemt as5 1s111l.
01-loll itboo>> 0 111 ijll 110 011are 1110111 t tictgltllt.
REULE, CONLIN & FIEGEL
After Paying Your Tuition Fee
The next moat important thing, in to avail yourself of anoppor-
tunity and let us 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.
TAILOR S
HATTERS TO I EN Hen r and Kwves
FURNISHERS ,
709=711 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.

m __ _ __ _
-LHS RENTSCHLER'S Representative called upon You yet? 1RA, N D A LL
You can procure from him a coupon entitling you to one dozen $1.50 Cabinet Photos and an extra picture for use in the Mbichigan-
ensian, allfor $3.00.I P H O T 0 G RA PHER

Expert Jewell
Arnolt's Jeveir,
-1- ilslreth's got
Cuslling's.
S11i1s 11e0se0
Fullrr & OCon:

Iry ;nd Watcb Repairs.
y Stoe.___UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
nOlIll v 1elvet Ikisses 1at
mor. tf in h aritrromlt 'lcktdy
Mls; Arm trong- 1all 11111111n 1

0 dew-Pao
too
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~/ ' /

THE flavor of the Murad is
naturally rich, just like the
natural dryness of fine cham-
pagnes. This quality in
M URAD
CIGAHLETTE
is acquired, by bringing selected
Turkish leaf to just the right point
of ripeness. It took sixteen years'
experience to make this quality
perfect in the Murad!
10 for 15 Cents
By miltpostpid-I yeu can'tget Moe-ed Cigarettes a/teor
dealere, send z~c.for /en; 7efirfo' ffor; pe$e,5fel 0onehundred
ALLAN RAMSAY, 111 Fifth Avenue, New York City

1111 le5. 11 110 11101It l rltis 110 111111 lll
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Jiprls 1t11)4(1 11.1 he mo1 e im 1oIta l
tll. llyea lljal,. 1>f1 the111res11man11 l
ii11 1111111o"-1n1fore: i1theeast
and als)1 010 loll )flrliolll, go tfoo011
Jul~ly' 111 . la011r&brco.,esideceell
111t01. i eo-
Ii
1110 AieI~IAor Press (fd uorkmarty Fa
(_>r pis funier)1 by11 WofillemiArolda
1)11>(1e-, 1110r, pp111l1,.ltate prtsa
I ty r grif1015 511 lol:1,110 Y01lO
C. you are11l1olto.patlarepritersn
j togtile er; bulelt 11011 ou117t X~theill1
c11111 to Alexandler & Co., HeIrning
blockb. codtf

. P - -The
a 7 Builders
IIII t ' > , of theW Orld
need Brawn and Brain,
0 - 11whether theyare Building
fr 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
youl only the starch. You can't build
--mutscle or brain out of starch.In
Srded Whole Wheat
- you have allI the body-building elements ot
the whole wheat prepared *in digestible fornm.
The Gov ernmsent uses it to build soldiers at West
Point and sailors for the Navy at Annapolis. It is oil
the "training table'' of every college and uilversity'.
A food for the brain-worker, the outdoor mian aind the inl-
door man, for any meal, for any season in any climlae-a
loud to grow on, to think on, to work on, to live o)1.
Shredded Wheat is made in two forms, BISCUIT
and TRISCUIT. The Biscuit is delicious for break-
fast with hot or cold milk or cream, or for any meal
in combination with fruit or vegetables. TRISCUIT
is the shredded whole wheat cracker, crisp, nourish-
ing anid appetizing. Delicious as a toast with bever-
ages or with cheese or preserves.

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

ttt'N011TO)DNCE.
(;1'ttgse's clases in t Ilciiito Ill 1e
it--Genttlemen'o$3, ladieso $2. Gitole-
men,11.Satutrdaoy tmoI'lilts. 10to Itt11:30;
ladit's, Saturday alfternoons1111 4 to 5 :10.
tales 'andltgentlemen11, lTuesdaly 05011-
11ss70.711to tt 'clock. Ii-i7

"It's all in the Shreds"

C

Em

A LWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

TIE RE5r OF EVERY-
THING IN 'TAILORING?

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