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tikMIC1IIOAN DAIL Y

Hockill Valley Ry.
CONTINUES ITS EXCELLENT
TRAIN SERVICE
You will find
~Four Trains Daily
From Toledo
Carrying Parlor Cars on Day Trains
Sleepinsg Cars o Night Trainsoi
Union Depotsein Toledoland Co-
lumbus
S. E. CLARK, 32-j
Campus Martlns
Detroit, Mich.:"
F. J. SCHUH
SANITARY PLUMBING
Gas and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. Washington St.
IBAILEY & EDMUNDS
121 Bast Liberty Street.

i TART NEW' SHOE=SHAPES
/The striking slope toes of last year's shoes are
/ it " again this season-only more so.
The newest thing is a high receding backward
slope toe, with a sodden flattening in
Sfront. Q Von can't go on to one
single camnpns tn the whole country
without seeing these clever new
, "Jy Regals in every direction.
Plenty other reasons besides
e. ' y't."stylenoomlo wtu khhsand
" Peg i- aninm i;l u 5Sip eat rae hissl
$ ~through, inside and ot;
0 permanent shape- reten-
A shoe woithevry tonad ur it0rr
markioficorrectistyle.toa dsr' ftfc
Made or la ingiCalf.quarter sizes.
high with considerable slope. "';,& $3.50 and $4.00
Leather quarter lhomeg
AL hle Shoe Ye Stud n S o
KEGA~htpoe
611E.Wili S t. Sole Agents

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The Right Styles in en's Spring
Clothecs
Everything thiat's iiew aiid right will be found here iiosw.
All lines greater iii variety and lower in price thiaii equal quali-
ties issy be obtained iii any other store.

IN

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Men's and Young Men's Spring Snits $10 to $20
Top Coats - - - $10 to $25
Rain Coats - - - $15 to $25
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
A spleiidid showing 1of \tcii'sN,-,,viring Shirts, Neckw-ear
Gloves, IHosnis nid Uiideirwear.
MEN'S SPRING HATS
The iiew shapes in black aodlcolors are to be scen as usnal.
Up-to-lateness, sure qno1 illy se evidentithriiughouit.
REULE, CONLIN& FIEGEL

F i y
't b.. .+r ZTS. ,':. x'dJ. SS .r33.k' {"' ' .'a.

ACAEMI flIbGround Floor,
-GRANGERII ORCHESTRA 310 Maynard

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New Colorings
New Styles

IN SHIRTS
IN NECKWEAR
" IN HOSIERY
IN HATS
IN CAPS
IN COLLARS

HENRY and YE

In -, - -

Suits and Overcoats (1 ,oim P (1ntin Co1mpn Buy Direct and Save
romr $16.00 to $28.00UU 11JA ILIIb'J11JfJ Money. 118.120c E. Liberty.
U. of M. BARBER SHOP photographer R NT CH EJ$R 319 E. Huron'R A N D A L L
Trojonowski State St. P HOTO GR A PH E R

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These Eight Pipe Tobaccos
Are the Largest Selling, Most 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,
dlseasoned by and filled with one of
.ATA K these tobaccos, is better than the
best smoke of any
-8tu nrI 1,. other kind.

grade -heavily aromatic,
vaum is1o. 0,
iO.;oSoo.,60C.
LOUISIANA PERIQUE
iosbraod of genuine
2ss.; 5Y5 o., 45C.
Somec
famous bran:
If notI
TH'E I

APSTA o
-aH-O 1~loiLL , GARsi
CAP STA- Mild, 0me-
diumasod full. Thebeot -
navy plug cutin three
dioossand ild-in vcu
031 oz., 4iC. SAREIS-Fnet im-
potedmsixture-Turkish,
delightfully armtc
30C.; 3 h oz. 50.

and finst Virginiaseloec-
tions. Sweet-flaored,
vacum 0in. 12/3 o.,
200.; 83M o'z. 40.

IMEPERIAL OR -01O
-Mil,1 meodjium and full.
Virginia, Trkih- in
vaumtns. 2%o.,
THREE STATES -A
Virgioio. Kentucky sod
Louisiana PriqueToac.
co. 1 3oz., 15C.; 35
ur pipe.
postpaid.
:oco.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.j
liaseliall playce-rsusinlgberry fiedll
pleaseb lluse1baseba il ~lllortnis shoeis.
\leetilng of Ithe Wison~si 11111bi
Room Dl 1, 11 llaw b ling, ah i o'clck
11h1a1plithil tr11101. Pres. Hmmr
Lpper Penislachull siiiiker tonlight
111110 bOyster Bay , at181o'clock. Soile-
til d ing.l EsvcrybodyllvfriomiUppier
Penin1s11ula ria 011.
J.P. Bird of the enlginee-rinlg faculty
1w111 gie astereopticonl lecture illithe
Bapti1st chulrchl next VTlesday eveninig,
Mayv ~ iioitavels ill Spain. Ilis foruiai
siibiect swill he "Spaiin froinl lBarcelonla
to Giralta." Mr. Bird recent~ly splent
sevedrall moniths 110 Spa~inI1an d e cannot
fail1t intellrest111all o lear 11111.
LOfSV-On campus115or bili State street
1111111 10 :4,5 Thursday mornling, a Wirt
fotinpien(C. Rewasrdif irbturned to
410 Chuirbch1street. 147-48
LOST-tadys gold watch chain on
S. Uniiversity avenue, Willard or MonI-
role. Pinder please plhoine i145L. 45-46
Official 'of seior sihielcds are redly far
ilelivery ailt are $2.oo. Doin't ladyimiore.
Thlese are thle besitsind oinly official oiies.
Call for orders imsmediately. J. 3d.
pipes are all here. Ve Student Sh~op. if
$Loo Pins 50 ceints; 5o cent ipins 25.
Saturday only. Wom. Ariiold, Jeweler.
SENIORS-Leave your orders for
s~o6 stemns and oak shields at Arnold's
jewelry store. tf
Shirt waists made. Prices reasonahle.
701 S. Slate sireet. tf
Oak shields $2.oo. Seisior alduns-en-
gras-ed with name, $2.50. Win. Arnold,
jeweler. i46-47
Suits pressed, 25c; trousers, roc.
Fulrer & O'Connor. tf
Hildreth's genuinr velvet kisses at
Cushing's.

SBuilders
Apl of the Worid
need Brawn and Brain,
IIwhether they arehBuildin g
' In thewhole wheat grain
NMature has stored the material
for building brawn and brain-
__ but the white flour miller gives
S you only the starch. You can't build
--- muscle or brain out of starch. In
Shredded Whole W"Vheat
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 thniversity.-
A food for the brain-worker, the outdoor man ansd the ill-
door man, for any meal, for ally 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 arnd appetizing. Delicious as a. toast with bever-
ages or with cheese or preserves.

RICHMOND CLUB-A
sw etpleasant smoke-
finestiVirginia godleiaf,
with Haoana, Turkish
sod iPerique. 131 oz.,
15c.;3ioz.,E25c.

one or more of these
nds will just suit you and yoi
found at your dealer's, sent1
ALMERICAN TOBACCI
111 Fifth Avenue, New York

The 01 Vital Question Cook Book"
is aunt free for thse asking.
THE NATURAL FOOD CO.
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.

"It's all in the Shreds"

ML-

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THLE BEST OF EVERY
THING IN TAILORING

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