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May 08, 1906 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1906-05-08

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THE fFMICHIGAN tDAIL.Y

Hockillg Valley Ry.
CONTINUES ITS EXCELLEN'T
TRAIN SERVICE
You will find
Four Trains Daily
From Toledo
Carrying Parlor Carrs on Day Trains
Sleepiag Cars on Night Trains
Union Depots. in Toledo and Co-
lumbus
S. E. CLARK, 32t
Campus Martlus
Detroit, Mich..
F. J. SCHUH
SANITARY PLUMBING
(ias and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. Washington St.
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
$porti ng boobs0
t21 Etast Liberty Street.

New Shoe Styles [or College Men

ifalthe people who btuy shoes were as par-
hticulr athoo style as most college mets are, the
Regal factory would Isave to dotuble oip its capac-
ity agains this year.
-- x Cleats-cut, s nappy style is the
p first thing that sells thte Regal to
sew cttstmers, anid always h(s
t <f9been. Solid, honest wear, and
permastent retentiosn of shape
have bleentshle meants of
msakissg i'efttl/ttt custonm
.i, ers out of trw (sotes.

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SUNDAY 1
MONDAY 2
TUESDAY 3
WEDNESDAY 4
THUVRSDAY 5
FRIDAY 6
SATURDAY 7
Every Day
Tis store grossmsore popnlar-
Whty? B~ecattseotr valuses ins reliable
Clothing and Furnishings arc unequsaled
anywhere.
It will pay yosu to investigate these offer-
ing of younog mets's sttits, overcoats attd
rain coats.

PEG

$4.00
A\ tyi sl iftit Avenue.
i lit toae et hr. s pad
Sl w ith Ha td, Blc

Fifty-Eight
New Spring Regal Styles
The 5onlpy-shoe ittr-ot

REULE, CONLIN & FIEGEL

IM Ila% A% 1tWTlTe Shoe Yo.. QT..4 QI,..6.-..

~ ~d5 -iListt 611 E, Willlia.rrs St. Sole Agents

To Enigage the Assembly Rooms or Orchestra, call at
Granter's Academy Office, 312 Maynard Street
niu et-tiits juves.-eae ring.tiitius s'sa-osus-tstou

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FURNISHING "DOPE"
IN SHIRT
New Colorings INNCEA
IN HOSIERY
New Styles IN CAPS
IN COLLARS
HENRY and KYER

Im I mommm

Suits and Overcoats moo(1nhi P(nn~i Buy Direct and Save1
ToMaue S 1 r l t i g C m a y o e.From, $16b.00 to $2 .00II ~ on y 118=120 E. Liberty.
U. of 4 BARBER SHOP Photographer R~TC~R39E uo
Trojonowski State St. PHOTOGORA PHER

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A MAN'S Alma
Mater distin-
guishes him no more
than his cigarettes.
Men, critical in their
selections, smoke
fbecause of their origi-
nladexquisite flavor,
and because they find
tE that flavor uniform day
in and out and un-
equalled in every point
of highest quality.
10 for 15 CentsK]
Byeemal sposd-!Jyou can'tget seua ,--eoe -e c
dealer', sed rpfeer e; 75.f or fifty; rioefiornethee itd
ALLAN RAMSAY, 111 Fifth Avenue, New York City,

UN IV ERSITY NOTICES.
ii C eti-ig", till smte t -III ootmi,
it usboad iof coentroiliforthe 1907
\lit-iii-te ei-it tiill steel (o ortgtaniz-
tnThuar sday, :ltiyto, at 5 p, ttu.. Int
th ettlliioot.J. __\l. 'Tlomsu .
iThe lithdtntieg paret'ttoite given
bthit I ~at fttoctilclib this seasonutwilt
itktplceat theataemetettIritey
nih.I hSittuttttte-ttetIis tttttte til
uct t ofcittatgt-of dte from Tti r
SI\ISII081 \YR lN CI"
Spanishlu\Vartveteratnsate-reqitestedi
to makies iptitettxsitoftSfottentds idat-
8:301 t()12 o'clc. . Oralger"s et-tire
ilCett arts i-ttidlie Sir. Albsert Lttm,
ill futunihittextra fte progrtams si
ilsie.Caruds tf adissionttcant be tell-
tilt. 55t
FOiR S Xl,S -tilterliisig ~sae on
lrolt o IIt Pi ose Apl Dl
1(151'-Ott State tieJeffersonststreet.
54- 56
FORii SALE- Sttitht-Prettier type-
it er. 3. C. Akllts, 331 stietliberty
street. 54-56
S110185 NEEl) REPAlEING? We
notw have thte test shtoetmker intsis
ittte atndlcatsget work nut Ipromtopl.
Pturfield's Shsoe Store, It9 Soti Main
street. 49-fit cod
Satisfactory tailoring at satisfactory
!prices.Ettller & O'Consnor, f6tg E. Wil-
liamsstreet. tf

Plucky
LI ttlIe
..aa..sllustrates the triusmphi of cereal foodI
tite Iuldsssg of a stusrdy an d is:
tesoessraete eliv111es oncecreais ais
- cdssedfisih.lssHissarmybiscut"is 1ne-
foutric resod tisree-fousrtlhs wti i
Its the mitkngoflis-toryi"hII
,jIts-,hsalutsstriumph~tled ousrcc Meat
0 . Bu~t when too eat a wheat food c
stsce you are getting the wshole whteat
iit digestible forms. Thsats
-- SHREDDED
-WHEAT BISCUIT
a builder of beau-n aod Ibraint-keetps
the sltmacht sweet and clean aod the bowels
hsealety ansd aetive.
Joino the "- Pure Food Movement" by eating
Sisredded Wheat, the cleanest, pturest, tmost
nuttritious cereal food made in the tworld.
The st-ite floure smiller gis-es you te starect
in the weheat berry, discarding the ouster fleet-
,foriting elements. You can't stake mscle os
braiss out of starch. In ths hredding process
ALL thse flesht-formting, strength-riving ee
stu- ents :stored in the whole whsest berry atee
presentd IN DIGESTIBLE FORM.
ea Shredded Wheat is madt in two forms, BISCUIT atd
TRISCUIr. The BISCUIT is delicious tar hreakfast
with hot or cold milk or cream, or Caranay meal 'ii
combinatioa with trait aad vegetable. TRISCUIT
is the ahredded whale wheat cracker, crisp, aaurish-
iagad appetiziag. Deliciousasa a tast with hev-
eragea or with cheeat or preservea.
Thec"ital Qustion Cock BSock" is sentfeeeforthe asing
r7

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"It's All in the Shreds"
THlE NATURAL FOOD C Niagara Falls N.~

AL WAYS AHEAD IN
STYE

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THE BEST OF EVERY
TIRING IN TAILORING

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