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May 15, 1906 - Image 4

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THlE MICHIGAN DAILYr

ilockinig Valley Ry.
CONTINUES ITS EXCELLENT
TRAIN SERVICE
You will find
Four Trains Daily
From Toledo
Carrying Parlor Carson Day Trains
Sleeping Cars on Night Trains
Union Depotsin Toledo and Co-
lumbus
5. E. CLARK, 32
Campus Martlus
Detroit, Mich.
F. J. SCHUH
SANITARY PLUMBING
Gas and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. Washington St.
IBAILEY & EDMUNDS
121 East Liberty Strest.

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New Shoe Styles [or Colleje Men
,.If ail the people who buy shoes were as par-
ticular ahoul style as most college men are, the
Regal factory would have to double tup its capac-
ity again this year.
Clean-cut, snappy style is the
first thing that sells thte Regal to
new customers, and always has
been. Soli, honest wear, and
permanent retention ot shape
--- have been the means of
p I1;G making ierlal~tr custom-
" era out of new ones.

SUNDAY I
MONDAY 2
TUESDAY 3 /' j
WEDNESDA ''434 X
THURSDAY 5
FRIDAY . _6:.
SATURDAY 7
Every Day
Tis store grosvs more popular.
Why ? Because ouir values in reliable =
Clothing and Furnishings arE unequraled
anywhere.
It will pay youi to investigate these offer-
lug of young men's stits, overcoats and
rain coals.
REULE, CONLIN & FIEGEL

A tyuical F-ifthAvenae
inaderI. tade of strang. btit-
liantlatentLeadher. Spade
sole with flat tread. Biac-k
leather quarter lining.

Fifty-Eight
New Spring Regal Styles
Thieonly alhoe inquarer
siest.

IM % "A VTThe se 'Yp,q~ltxgAg 4 t..-

101 ~A L thtprovest aW a uu ss . rj. ip
611 E. William esSt. Sole Agents _____________________________

To Engage the Assembly Rooms or Orchestra, call at
Granger's Academy Office, 312 Maynard Street
Asthi- retide-nce iscanneclei nithi the baililin'-, caller, are requeted tn an-
nouince theimse-ves. Please riiig.

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SIGNS OIF SPRING
The cold, damp wveather can't last mouch lunger,
and when it begins to warm up you swill want a new
suit. Get b~ssy and let us sllow yotu our
NEW DOP " also our New OVgtwos'r.
HENRY anid KYER, Tailors to Men

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Suits arnd Overcoats (nn lmpcenhn tm niBuDrctadSv
To~esi~m $6.00to 28.0 UUIlk 1111 ~i~)~JILI1II5 UIIIJLIIJMoney. 118120 E. Liberty.
U. of M. BARBER SHOP photograherD A 7T1 17
Tjonowski State St. _____________________

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THE product of sixteen years'
experiment ; the successful re-
suit of an* effort to make a Turkish
cigarette better than the best !
MIURAD
CIGARLTTS
are unequaled in richness, smooth-
ness and mildness-the one Turk-
ish cigarette that offers these
qualities perfectly, and in perfect
harmony.
10 for 15 Cents
By mail potpaid-If you can't get Murad Cigaretes at yeur
dialer's, send z5c. for ten; 75c. foe fifty; $rye o rane hundrea
ALLAN RAMSAY, 111 Fifth Avenue, New York City

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
\lceting of tl irls iiioilute c
All freshmenili ct llenginecrs ryouIc ii-" "
for obclrla at-air111grounds today
at 4. c. l'VI-iiv out. Richaiso
:Metn o oad fdietos fth lu c ky
1 'l k. 1 111In cDac il ific, R o
Alliot. Stfkn cc
Lau vilt ii o c cSatuda ifito.at 1111 ii
I cit'cltck. iThelel rcti i pn toiali::
ii111111m tyill .Nomintinsl foloff ictuts-, . i ~llustrates tile triuimprh of cere-il fssds
for itheeinhg yea11witii lace. I f iltebildingIof asttirdy 1114iiiadn
trillsaice T1 pli vesIto11 crtals 111d
part llt hitugifiĀ«cir contiestrot I t fouĀ£ lrtharite and thirece-fouritsNat t
[:0011 4"?t new ir neerngb -ling t In theiariiking 01 history Wh leaI
4c.itoa.Bing rulig iitichirtii + lis alay~s triouaphedovater Meai.
ii. Bu.ici~.Biig~tiiiiiiciiI ct twhtn you tat iatwheait flod t
MeetinglioflIthicCaiiiera.1clubiiiin 11111om suire s-otu cre gettig the athole wats
.109. enginein clg liilig. at 7P.-In. ini digeclihie fcirii. That's
Tiusday. 'Arranigc-ments for intercoll- S R D E
icqddlc puholtographelcrs' exhidiioiiatill icbe W HATE DID CUID
madeatitis t i lig. drcrci li, Secty. HE TB' CUI
a bilder of braawn and braiii-keepsa
ntie stomlach sweet and clean and the botwels
SENIORS-heave yurorerefrlaathiyand active.
you orersforjoin the "- Pure Food Mtovement" by' eating
icgo6 strits atid oak shields at Arnold's Shredded Wheat, the cleanest, purest, toast
earelry stolre. tf nuctritious cereal food made in thte stand.
The white flour miller gives you the starch
in the u-heat berry, discarding thae outer fleslh-
Saifcoytioigat satisfactory fo~rmiing elements. You can't msake imtscle or
Satisfactory9tailoritigbrain out of starch. In the shredding process
pI rices. Fuller & O'Cnor 19E Wl ALL the flesh-fortming, strength-gi ing ele-
lam street. tfmnts stored in the wh~ole iwheat terry are
_____________P presented IN DIGESTIBLE FORMI.
TyPep'Perfection chocolate ptuffs s Shredded Wheat is made to two forms, BISCUITad
Try Prlps'TRISCOIT. The BISCtUIT io delicious for breakfast
and chips at Cushting's pharmacy. with hot or cold milk or cream, or for ay meal 'n
combination with trait ad vegetables. TRISCUt'
is the shredded whole wheat cracker, crisp, nourish-
lagad appetizing. Delicious as a toast with hev-
H~ildreth's genuine velvet kisses at erages or with cheese or preserves.
Coshinig's. s The "Vtal QuestionCcok Book 'is senttfee forthe asking
Glasses repaired.
-Eyes carefully fitted and tested.
GEORGE HALLER, Main St.
ST"Isst'sUET All in the Shreds"
WANTED*THlE NATURAL FO000 Niagara Fall N. Y-
V00 tuilil 51 per- day, selling FARM BOOK.
KEEPING.lBensseller ever allored. Evry
farmor buys onor A rear'scexpenseo made in
acouple of inths doting vacatiun. Write
immedately, stating choice of territory.
FARM RECORD, Northfield, Minn.

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