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May 05, 1906 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Hockillg 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 Trainstj
Union Deposoin Toledo~jand Co-
lumbus
S. E. CLARK, 32,
Campus Martius
Detroit, Mich.:,
F. J. SCHUH
SANITARY PLUMBING
(ias and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. Washington St.
IBAILEY & EDMUNDS
121 East Liberty Street.

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" TART" NEW SHOE=SH=APES
The strikiitg slope toes of last year's shoes are
" it"again 'thii season-only- more so.
"The tiewestl thing- is a. higit receding- backward
sope toe, with a suddeit flattening in
front. Q Von can't go on to one
Ssingle canmpns in the whtole country
wtouot seeinig these clever stew
Regals sin every directioit.
-> Plenty other reasonts besides
style;lhonstsimaterials and
''peg h~ iosnest workmaniship al l
$3. ( thriouigh, inside and ott
, "" e~.permntent shape - reten-
makofe icoretsty1 tiot and surte fit fr:rm
Mdof lack timo ~,Colt. qutartersiztes.
Shapeooly na'rroe o.bu n
high wt onsid -aerable sl ),. osooEEto $W3.50 and $4.00
Leathoer quaer hobo.
RIEGAL The oe ye Stuadent Sho
that provesho
Io 611 E. William 3 t. Sole Agentso

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The Right Styles in Men's Spring
}Clothes
Esverything tliat's tnesv and right will be found Itenow.
All hines gieater ini variety anod lower in price than eqtual quai.
ties tinav be obtatined itnatny other 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 splenili 'io iiig of Melt's Neow Sprinsg Shirts, Neckwear
Gl-)ves, Hiosier y assd Underwear.
MEN'S SPRING HATS
Th'le iiewsvhapes in black anod colors are so he seeno as ususal.
lip-to-datensess, sure qusality are evident: lhrcssghosst.
REULE, CONLIN & FIEGEL
SIGNS OF SPRING
Tuie cold, damsp wseather can't last mouch longer,
anool slicit it boeginis to warnm tp yott will waist a newv
sit. Get buzsy and let us show yotsoisr
NEW D)OPE," also our Necw OVERC'OAT.
HENRY ekrid KYER, Tailors to Men

To Engage the Assembly Rooms or Orchestra, call at
Granger's Academy Office, 312 Maynard Street
As th resienceoisr onnce ithut, ieildihtocaolers are 'requestedtoan
lol j< h mele. Plaei l g.s

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Suits and Overcoats cosmr(IOt1 onmn Buy Direct and Save
$oMaue16.00 to
rom $ 28.00p a[d Money. 118-120 E. Liberty.

P. J
U. of M. BARBER SHOP phtgapeR NT C L 319 E. Huron R A N D A :LL
Trojonowski State St. PHOTO GRA PHiiER

O' 2 UNIVERSITY NOTICE.
plcs in the pi'-ad' ill 0 havliie them
.i'lotdatz 1) odya ite ny . 'Thio-e
ill lhe hpuradelare reijouroledl nt o lok 111
th n 11l 1 -. u a all ied ol themI in iThe
K (/1 'CI'(l'SS IOF Ill I'''ll 'I 5110\1'th
ilos A;,; jl1? Clclil)S :\lI. 1' 1?1 .' \'lc)\S
Slaysia her: Wilre11. I'-iii nHer
. ~S. Ttlluuclh. Wlterois, Eng-lls 1 Ig
lihiisiio--i 1 a115 1 TarryO I. Po't-
te :C. v'.iou-. reen.-a Itll 1.I uton
and . ~. K irkllhiro \. Cliik, George
ORP.his own enjoyment,an 11. iD-noic.0 oils \'ulitih adH. .
as a cr iterion of is good taste Printing andIpuluicity-Chairman,
and hospitality to others, the man, sited.Robieriti11 Clancy,. George A.
who knows, selects 1lles li.oo i.F-nk .
! inanceCh ai rmn. IlilFirank 1'. I jsoo1-
sel le met . Oldsnan, ifsn
11UJ3ADr
Rich, mild, and fragrant, always ipeoliltlyaJ atI 1 1111110k. ,ill> i
uniform, made throughout with atfio- iilsog -
the skill that only an expert 'com- prices. Fuoller & O'Connor. 61g I..\Wil-
mands and perfects after sixteen Fo~ sree.
yer' unceasing effort ! -or hooisl a'diiulis, mtu
p oograpiheor, 72i N.'I University . if
10 for 1 5 Cents ,-_sssrpard
~y -mail pospad-fou ca n't gel Al rad Cogareltes at your Eyes carefully fitted and tested.
denie',snd, i~e or Irm 7,.J -ily y; $.ofa on eundrea GEORGE HAL LER, Malt St.
ALLAN RAMSAY, I1l Fifth Aveonue, New York City O~fficial 'o6 senoior shilelods are ready for
delivery andoolare $2.o0. Don't pay snore.
'These are uhe best and osily officil onoes.
Call for orders iommsediately. J. M.
pipes re all here. Ye StudtoSliStop. tf

T h e
PlIucky
lltstraties the triump~h of cereal foods
t so heobu ildisng of a sturdy ind inds-
ltoros ce hs Ioip ss con soereals tood
- ~driedfi shits "a rmty isuit ssi on510
fouirtho rice and three-flourths-solost
In theai ngtookfnOhistoroy"Whlea
lots 'alwayos trsimphed noverMseat.
But sohlen yout eat a soheat lod
sutre yoso sre gectting the sohole wchet
too digestible formo. 'flat's
SHREDDED
r WHEAT BISCUIT
ao builder of braovn and brain-keeps
the stomoaeh stweet and clean and the bowels
hlithy oatd attive.
Joltheoo-Pure Food Movement" by eating
Shoredsded Whteat, the cleanest, purest, inost
nustritious cereal food made in the wvorld.
'fle owhite flour stouter giv~es you the starect
°i the reheait berry, discardiog the outer flesth-
fiormoing eleotents. You can't tosake touscle or
braon out of starch. In the shredding process
ALL cte flesho-fornoing, strenogths-giving ele-
siet o red in the orhole wheat berry are
pires.ented IN DIGESTIBLE FORM.
Shredded Whrat is made in two forms, BISCUIT and
TRISCUIT. Tat BISCUIT is delicious for breakfiast.
wish hot or cold milk or cream, or for any meal =n
combination with trait and vegetables. TRISCUV"
is the shredded whole wheat cracker, crisp, nosrish-
inc and appetizing. Delicious as a toast with bee-
traces or with cheese or preserves.
'iThe" VistaQestiaon Coo ok'isosent fee fottheskingt
"It's All in the Shreds"
THE NATURAL FOOD C Niagara Falis N. Y

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STEYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

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