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Hooking 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 Depotsin Toledo and Co-
lumbus
S. E. CLARK, 32-j
Campus Martilus
Detroit, Mich.
F. J. SCHUH
SANITARY PLUMBING
Gas and Electric Students' Suppies
A SPECIALTY
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. Washington St.
IBALY &EDMUNDS
$prtgGoods0
121 East Liberty Street.j

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New Shoe Styles for College Men
If all the people who btuy shoes were as par-
ticular ahout style as most college men are, the
Regal factory would have to double up its capac-
ity again this year.
Clean-cut, snappy style is the
t first thing that sells the Regal to
4 new customer s, and always has
heen. Solid, honest wear, and
permanent retention of shape
have heeti the means of
P E&G . making rseqtaoicustom-
_" era out of vsew ones.

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SUNDAY I
MONDAY 2
T SDAY 3A ,.
WEDNESDAY 4 (\
THUVRSDAY 5
FRIDAY 6
SATURDAY 7
Every DayA
This store grows more popular
Why? Because our values in reliahle
Clothing and Furnishings arE unequaled
anywhere.
It will payyout to investigate these offer-
tug of yourgnmen's stiits, overcoats aiid; _.
rai coats.
REULE, CONLIN & FIEGEL

$4.00
A typical Fiflh Avenae
nodl. SMade oi strong. bell-
li ant PatenttLeather. Spade
sole with tlat tread. Black
leather quarter lining.

Fifty-Eight
New Spring Regal Styles
Thseonly-soe in quarer

w r The Shoe Y... C4 .. e. tu.%

S611 E. Willitare St. Sole Agents

To Engage the Assembly Rooms or Orchestra, call at
Granger's Academy Office, 312 Maynard Street
Athe residenc'e is sonnected withthe tue ildin--,tillers ste reqiuestedl to an-
nounce tltenoselees. Please ring.

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FURNISHING "DOPE"7
IN SHIIRTS
New Clorigs . IN NECKWEAR
New SColors . IN CP
New SylesIN COLLARS
HENRY and KYER

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rom$60 Measure umlu Vr ClothifigCoffipallyMoney. 118120 E. Liberty.I
U, of M BARBER SHOP PhotographerR NTCHLJER 319 E. Huron R AN D AL L
Trojonowski State St. P HO TO G R A P lHE R

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FOR his own enjoyment, an(
as a criterion of his good taste
and hospitality to others, the mar
who knows, selects
CIGARLTEI
Rich, mild, and f ragrant, alway
uniform, made throughout wit]
the skill that only an expert corn
mands and perfects after sixteen
years' unceasing effort!
10 for 15 Cents
By mail postaid-If you canit get Murad Cigarettea at yau
deaier'o,ased Ige. for tea; 75c. forefifty; $r.yo far ot hamlet
ALLAN RAMSAY, 111 Fifth Avenue, New York Cii;

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Pilt Omega-Psi.cswill hotldilelhes
1 steclty 01a 4i:30 f it.l., Mop S1.
Elech tiniof officers iof Wooment'sleaguot
:[as t19, Mit10:30. It gymt. Eery 1sects
tUisrtity itcdlbotmeeting intthte
A\lphattNuittroomts s, ites's iits1all, at
r p. mi. todlay. Sublje'ct, l'riitary Re-
All It1 oosies tr ts to"thelIndia
lub ranquet t urdayiilightitlt, huts' t9,
ist ii tirt tilts. Speitalitrast litaves
Aitt rlstior stationit i6(:15; ltittets, $t.
Tliiieondiityea-tr sitcitoif tll Idepart-
men tis itteirequestedl to meetitt Roomt
C,.Utirstyu hstll, it 4 o'slockt this
tfternoonsi. ~ecrrr second iyea-tir manusis
tatoncerining te rtess stitontestrwill
be diisicused. tacti- Ialdllt.
-ihNttlOR LWS NOTflICE.
Commenscemenscst inittiontts stist tr-
rt iidiand scill lie suiced onsitatle itsprilt
tice courstirfruiots so so ayus. Attnt
tinis called is ti lts atediln byipst
cits.saloinlg' ititttion's stlytoli ltist
Offiial 'o6i senior shiels are ready for
delivery anid ore $2.oo. Don't pay more.
'These are the heal and only official ones.
T$ Call for ordlers inmmediately. J. M.
h7 pipes are all litre. Yr Student Sloop. If
Try Phelps' Perfection chocolate puffs
and chips at Caching's pharmacy.
n Hildreth's genuine velvet kisses at
Cashing's.
Classes repaired.
-Eyes carefully fitted arid tested.
GEORGE HALLER, Main St.
t~yr STUD[NTS WANTED
&5.00 taflO 00 per day, selling FARM BOOK=
KEEPING. Best sellar ever ottered. Every
farmer bays ont. A year'a expenses rmade in
a coaple at montsaduring vacatioin.Write
immediately, stating cliars of territary.
FARM RECORD, Northfield, Minn.

T h
W- r itsusrates the tritnmph of cereal foods
ir is tebuslditng of a stsurd'anridus-
trissus race.lithI-stiltsvto on csseolostid
drised lists His itarmy biscsit is oti-
fourth r'ce sod thires-fouts -silt
Ito the rmaktng of hoistsoryi'1,Nshit
.r® has ilwsopttriussplhedoeos et~rI.
But cchen syott cit awassst fsood
sure y00 are getting the w hole swhi.at
ini digestible fonts IbTat's
SHREDDED
AWHEAT BISCUIT
a builder of brassn and brain-I cis
thse stonsach swe et and clears and the bowssi
healthy and attice.
Join the " Pure Food Mosvement" by eating
Shredded Whaeat, the cleanest, purest, moost
nsttritious cereal food made in the world.
The swhite flour miiller gisves you the starch
in the wheat berry, discarding the outer flesht-
formsing elements. You can't miake msciicle or
bsrain out of starch. In the shredding ptrocess
ALL the flesh-formsing,. strength-givinsg dc-
f issments stored in the swhole swheat bcrry are
sr t resented IN DIGESTIBLE FORM.
r. Shredded Wheat to made in two farms, BISCUIT and
TRISCUIT. The BISCUIT is delicious far breakfast
with hot or told milk or cream, or tar any meat in
comhinatioa with fruit and vegetables. TRISCUT
is the shredded whole wheat cracker, crisp, nauriah-
lag and appetizing. Delicioui as a toast with hey-
erages or with cheese or preserves.
The , VitalQesion CookBoo" is setfre theahsking
"It's All in the Shreds"
T1HE NATURAL FOOD C Ni-aar Fails N V=

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THE BEST OF EVERY
THING IN TAILORING

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