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March 22, 1906 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1906-03-22

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T'IIIz MICHI1GAN DAILY ______

llockinlg Valley Ry.
CONTINUES ITS IEXCELlEFNTC
TC'hIN SEEV:IC1E
You will fid
Four Trains Daily
From Toledo
Carrying Parlor Cars on Day Trains
Sleeping Cars on Night Trains
Union IDepotstin Toledo ,and Cu-
lum bus
S. E. CLARK, 32,
Campus Martius j
Detroit, Mich.
F. J. SCHUH-
SANITARY PLUMBING
Gas and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
J. F. SCHIUH, 207 E. Washington St.

MA~DE-TO-ORDERlISfTYS
REGAL SBO[S
College Mere
\4t r1 Irt )lo .
'. ~R.A.]I.thOealMPteSNthatge
0iilE IA 1) treet lre

The Right Styles in Men's Spring
Clothes
Tci 1 luing thiatnew n ri tght will be fotttdrlhtre nom
All lines gireateri in varet y antti rl pricepte n ttiequtal duali-
tiesnt Iiii )Wtouted iiny other sltre.
Men's and Young Men's Spring Suits $10 to $20
S Top Coats - - - $10 to $25
Rain Coats - - - $15 to $25
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
A spleiiiid showntg ou li'(lus Nev SpiiiigSitu s, Neckwear
G1 ves Hoisiuiry attdlUnderwear.
I MEN'S SPRING HATS
Th liew svhapes is black atndcoltors are to be seeii as nu tiil
Up-ino-dttene'ssitsurediual ity are evident tI Iiieghotut.
REULE, CONLIN. & FIEGEL
FURNISHING "DOPE"

New Colorings

IN SHIRTS
IN NECKWEAR
IN HOSIERY
IN HATS
IN CAPS
I IN COLLARS

New Styles

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jBAILEY & EDMUNDS 4 l HENRY and KYEK
portin G oos
121 Fast Liberty Sret- HAS.. RENTSCHLER'S Representative called upon You yet? 'RA N D A L L
You an pocur fro hima copon n~li7 y u s e dozen $159 Cabinet Photos and an extra pictre for use in the Michigan-
Yncnpouefohmacooco toyotoensian all for $3.00. P HOTO0 G R A PH ElR
Sisad Overcoats ( -nim rnhni(n nn Buy neDirect and Save
o Meafsure m$6.00 to $28.00 UUo UIs iInIII5CompsanH Mne.118-120 Ei. Liberty.

r

AMAN'S Alma
Mater dlstin-
guishes hime no more
than his cigarettes.
Men, critical in their,
selections, smoke
b ecause of their origi-
(nal and exquisite flavor,
and because the y find
that flavor uniform day
in and out and un-
equalled in every point
of highest quality.
10 for 15 Cents \
By mail Jostaid-If you coonI got Aut d i~tteCoso at your
dali-Nt ttndzje fit tn; 7gefot Oily; S otoeliundred
ALLAN RAMd9SAY, 111 Fifth Avenue, New YorkCit

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.J
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z_ )1 't 111C. nicrst all Fidatiit
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lilt22-24
is prtessed, 2 5c ;trousers, toc.
r& O'Conntor.tif
ii [tfIontt eterfroit
i I ilt, Itig e bricks residenite, Neell
itra titrtrily.,Addtlres.hits AK,
nii litts tand juiott etiginteers
ittleav irersfor J. Al lassttppes
Si UstditiShoip, 6t i . Willittim
t. tf

i The
~.Builders
of theWorid
/ need Brawn and Brain,
' whether they are Building;
//Books or Building Business.
In the whole wheat grainl
Natuire has stored the material
___ for building brawn and brain-
= _ but the white flour miller gives
" you only the starch. You can't build
-- muscle or brain out of starch. Iii
Shredded Whole Wheat
you have all the body-building elements of
the whole wheat prepared in digestible form.
The Government uses it to build soldiers at West
Point and sailors foi the Navy at Annapolis. It is on
the "training table' of eveiy college and university.
A food for the brain-worker, the outdoor nan and the in-
door man, for any meal, for any season in any climate-a
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 cold milk or cream, or for any meal
in combination with fruit or vegetables. TRISCUIT
is the shredded whole wheat cracker, crisp, nourish-
ing ansd appetizing. Delicious as a. toast with bever-
ages or with cheese or preserves.

mti lg ttw-ti ichiteligant crds.
Ptii ti itopr, 721 N. Utirerty. oil
'I TetAnn :arbotr Press (fortmerly-Par-
htr & Sliii te' pitelrs of the ihigani
-retI littio-titi tbahll, the 'Techntc, S.
U. A. ihtantdbookt, etc., e., are lirintiri
ti te ttleit uotyeq-17 E. Waslilig
tol tiireei. if
11181- 1 lii ;ick rpin, on Statetrtie
Iiis - t Fti indter ilease re-
turnt lititlcPaitdireceivt eieward.
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The -"-Vital Question Cook Book"
is sent free for the asking.
THE NATURAL FOOD CO.
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.

"It's all in the Shreds"

ALWAYS AHEAD IN

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