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April 26, 1906 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Hockinig Valley Ry.
CONTINUES ITS EXCELLENT
TRAIN SERVICE
You will find
~Four Trains Daily
From Toledo
Carrying Parlor Cars.on Day Trains
Sleeping Cars on Night Trains:
Union Dopotsein Toledoland Co-
lumbus
Campus Martius
Detroit, Mich.'
F. J. SCHUH
SANITARY PLUMBING
Gas and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
J. F. SCHUHI, 207 E. Washington St.
IBAILEY & EDMUNDS
.Sportt ng (ooao
121 East Liberty SteeS.

Spring
Now IrvL

MADE-TO-ORDER STYLES
REGAL SHIOES
Colleg~e Men
Almtost eery Regal style is di-
rectly copled fromo a new design
Ihat has betenudrodeed by theemost
ecuiecustom boot-miahers of
New IYorek and London.
And tho legal moodels that are
most Ipopular inthe colleges eery-
where arF cxact and faithful re-
prodctions of certain costly matle-
in-oeder simes that have came into
highest IfaoF aong the min oof the
largesuniversties of the world,
This speialtbeanechi of the Regal
buiesis direcoted by our newly
estoblished College Bureeou De-
partmenh, icomposed whtolly ofex
unutvesity met.
Yott don'tlhaveeto senaiayto
secunec the style thaItsuits you. A
comltet slotk of C'ollege Regain at
$3.50 and $4.00
si~lllerein AnnAror. lTheonly
shoeithatot ie it inlret ozes
RI. A. H. INOMPSON, Agent
Ye Student Shop
611 E. William St. Ann Arbor

The Right Styles ill Men's Spring
Clothes
Everything that's ttewv atd right will be fottnd huere now.
All litnes greater itt variety attd lower in price ta eqttal quali-
ties tnay be obtainted in atty othuer 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 splertdid slivwing of -Mca's Ncev Sprittg Shtirts, Neckwvear
Glisves, Hosiery attd Underwear.
MEN'S SPRING HATS
The ttew shapes in black and colors are to he seett as ttsual.
Up-to-datetness, sore qutalitly arc evident lhrcnghottt.
REULE, CONLIN & FIEGEL
SIGNS O PRING
The cold, dlaittpswealter can't latst tmuch lottger,
and whetn it bdeginls to wvartmttp yott will want a ness
sutit. Get b~ssy and let us shtow yon ottr
NLW DOPE,"'also or Nt-wOVERCOAT.
HENRY anidKYER, T*Adlors to Men

ORCHESTRA 310StMaynard
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Suits and Overcoats p u ietadSv
ITo Measure Cosu ers ohinr Co~m nn u ietadSv
From $16.00 to $28.00 U ~ 1 1LI1~UI~JLI Money. 118=120 B. Liberty.
Ui. of 14. BARBER SHO319 E. H uron RAN D AL L
Trojo now ski State St. PHOTO GRAPH FiI<HER31

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These Eight Pipe Tobaccos
Are the Largest Selling, Moat Popular, Highest-
Grade Tobaccos in the World
Every pipe connoisseur, the world over, knows
one or more cf these tobaccos; and knows that
higher quality was never produced.
He knows, too, that a good pipe,
TA seasoned by and filled with one of
A K, hese tobaccos, is better than the
best smoke of any
other kind.
LATAIA-FiRest D& .0.1 1doL tJ r7ARRi
grade-eailynaromaic, s0 &Lo
vaum tns. V oz.,
3e.;i333., 5005. CAPSTAN- Mild, sm--
diuandtfull. 'The et iou
stengtsnee avy, m~e-
3'/3ao., 45C. sARamntz-Finestom
Fussed mixture-Trishl,
Ltaki andiginin,
delightfully'aotuti-
in vcui n. tif3onz. IuteĀ£tALfUBE-feT'
SOC.; 3:3otOz- tO. -_lilt, mediuoo dful
" -" Theortigial hue-cut to-
bac o. FPstiue,Ha n,
en .o Visginia, "Tuskish it n
LOUISEANAPERIQUE Al e
tons brand ofgentuine
t. JamsoParishersique aI -4.
-ess fouemitures- in "u' n,n.o -STAF 5
0an.; 8315on. 45c. ifT~t
YALE MIXTURE - A - coePt
ery olar miture- tfA
Hatvata, totiqtt, teris 5 OISOh
antino~estiased- RICHSMOND CLUBA
mti m OadnSaomusetatsc-i n 5swet,Fleaattsoke-h5
vauu ins. 1/3z, finest Virginia godleaf,
Do., 3% o., 40C, 5 nithvnaTirhish THEE STATES -A
aod PeFe. I%3/ o,, detlihi iben t fie
150. , 25CE . Vtsgnia, Ktentcky and
Loiin P ereTbac-
cn. 1%3oz., 15C,; 3S
Some one or more of these oz", S5n.
famous brands will just suit you and your pipe.
If not found at your dealer's, sent postpaid.
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO.
111 Fifth Avenue, New York

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
\Itstttt if thei-styli tits in Root C,
Unitterts it ill, ttday t 4 P.It. t
T he. ts g i- lilterrysociety is ill
hodit letmeeingtySaturdax. Apreil
list4:3011111.
Sitlileninteer tsmotker Friday tight,
Apil-1, tichoils hli. Esvcryboditytout
da t;occ shart, Ilirliotir gyit.
bieeniictitngieiifrthtiSitturdays to Frisdty
Clis o Il tieBatbttiegymitcloses
FtridayitApil 27.y All gymtttital itti girls
ito ae n worIki tit t tillettntike tip should
slst[).littttl~s aii ii c. Fltyoicol cex-
aii tilts ic1 treoutntattilecery girl
ttisi reister pimtly.
Afte vasit ioniitthe trutis coonts ore
open1 all daits li tt emers of the \Vo-
ieth's CtleIstic ssoitioti. See Ithe
tilts Itiosedo the bulletin boartd at
Ilaoi 111 11111ii liiasillregister there
-i ittnefor youe hourts. 143-45
hEtch fretritysantd stitletot organizia-
tio itis requtedItl tos endrireptresettiv-es
toi ruttfer wihlit-esvtrsity tititsrel show
patrtadcommitttee. Chtairmani Fred
Straliniiwilltiedet herrtesentgatives int
1z-oom iC, Uivsersity toil, a1 4 o'clock,
ittdltmttkes irrt-e-tts foretheir part
For Ihodobs otid Supplies, Amtoaeur
Deseloipitig andiPrinting, go to Lytndot,
phtogtiraphter, 721 N. Untiversity. tf
Satisfactory tailorinug at satisfactory
prices. Fuller & O'Cotnnor, 6u9 N. Wil-
11am street. if
Hildreth's genuine velvet kisses at
Cushing's.
Lest ye fotrget, I soy it yet-You nseedl
a iture. Lyindotn.
WANTED-Bright young men for
summiter woirk. Apply Room 34, Cook
Hlouse. 39-44

The
I a Builders
of theWorid
need Brawn and Braiii,
2 - whether they are Building
Books or Building Business.
In the whole wheat grain
Nature has stored the material
f1 for building brawn and brain-
but the white flour miller gives
N~' you only the starch. You can't build
muscle or brain ou~t 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 for the Navy at Annapolis. It is on
the "training table" of every college and university.
A food for the brain-worker, the outdoor man 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 She shredded whole wheat cracker, crisp, nourish-
ing ansd appetizing. Delicious as a. toast with bever-
ages or with cheese or preserves.

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

"It's all in the Shreds"

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THLE BEST OF EVERY
THING IN TAILORING

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