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May 19, 1906 - Image 4

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_______________ 'I MICHIGAN DAILY?

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Hockifig Valley Ry. I New Shoe Styles [or College Men

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 Depotsein Toledo and Co-
lumbus
S. E. CLARK, 32"j
Campus Martius
Detroit, Mich.
F. J. SCHUHI
SANITARY PLUMBING
Glas and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
J. F. SCH-UHf, 207 E. Washington St.
JBAILEY & EDMUNDS
sporting Oooa
121 East Liberty Street.

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If ail the people who buy shoes were as par-
ticular ahots'. style as tuost college mesn are, the
Regal factory would have to double tip its capac-
ity agaiu fhifs year.
Cleats-cut, suappy style is the
first tinatg that sells the Regal to
uewcutaoumers, atnd always haos
beeu. Solid, honest wear, and
J permantent reteution of shape
have beetn the means of
umakinig reqsefrsi' cislons
' e ra outlof stew otnes.

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SUNDAY 1I
MONDAY 2
WEDNESDAY J/4
THURSDAY S t
FRIDAY 6N
SATURDAY
Every Day
This store grows more popular.
Why ? Becatise ousr values its reliable
Clothing and Furnishings arfe unequaled
anywhere. h"
It will pay yout to iuvestigate thsese offer-
iug of youtsg mess's susits, overcoats asid '
raisn coats.
REULE, CONLIN & FIEGEL

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$4.00 ~~
A ty ~laFiftsth Avene
soite with flattreast. stach
leatthersiquarter liningt.

Fifty-Eight
New Spring Regal Styles
Th5e onliy'lsoe iuro

IM W'% A T The Stire Vy. Q .*.....s * L.......

jX L that irises A e =',I-lm *Im~
6110E. W1l11s.,res St. Sole Afents

To Engage the Assembly Rooms or Orchestra, call at
Granger's Academy Office, 312 Maynard Street
As, the residenes vssaosnectedowith the hbuiin ,railers ore requested to an-
noune, teseslve",5s. leseg

r....

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SIGNS OF SPRLING
The cold, dlasup eather can't last mauchs losiger,
and whets it beginis to warnstup you wvill wasnt a newv
sttit. GOet b xssy and let us shsow you our
NEW DOPE," also our NEw OVERClOAr.
HENRY anid KYER, Te..lors to Meni

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Suits and Overcoats (Cnlio~Q ithingf(nnn Buy Direct and Save(
To Measure os r m $1 6.00 to $28.00 Company~1)UIUIIb'~llJ~tl Money. 118=120 E. Liberty.
U. of M. BARBER SHOP PhotographerREiNTSCIILER 319 E. Huron R AN D AL L
Trojonowski State St. PH O T O0G RA PIH E R

- -~ UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
, y eetuitg of sesnior receptionssecoimmiit-
tesc.Sunday smorniusg at 10:30.
° . . 'sJdges. and6officials. for'thle fresh-soph
o relaysreport att Fceryhfeld 11at . m
Repts ' of tite 51 ichigess-Chticago
dul msiseet soill 1st'reccived ti usto
A MiVANS Alma liros',illiard hail on sStaste street.
Mater distin 'V.'iAlIOiN :SIDNEY.-\\ c have c
lropsitionssst' itu will intciest Volt and0
guishes him no more Vtir lesliege frieslootkisng for lpstsfit-
than his cigarettes. lile stsst cc stork, lasttsr sall1sf yu
tisse. We ltave a atesntesdsrticle usesd
Men, critical in their iss esvery .hossssc a isse seller. stisl sse
selections, smokeItcies ' ~a ~s in slieler a
ally asrticle msadse. We ewatsssourssssa1 t
a sstenertl manassger ansswsllsr1pay yous
A sent. tswell, aslowsyon ibi ileralscomssionssss
El s~(itetery esle if yuss ubstl-agentss. 'Vis
u H A iis he time::to begin l aying eat reli
aigesnts. \Viril stte w fssr fsul lsssrtis's-
ear. selndchssice osit errito~ry .Pease
C IG A RT T S 'lanusifiscting o.,stt Es. 21 Has inseet.
Ciiinint i, Ohsio. 16
because of their origi- iirysiae$oo.Dnpy
exquisit flavorOfficiali 'o6f settler sielsds are ready for
nal nd equiste fvordel site ndIaeti anoslyDo'tcalmours.
and because they find Teeaetebs n nyofca ns
Calfrorders inmmsediately. J. M.
that flavor uniform day pipits are asll sere. Ye Studesit Shsop. if
in and out and un- \sl XN'l'ltl)-Studsensts as canvaesssers.
equlld n vey oit lesat andprosts abs'sttle lisne sf wsork It
equalledin everypoint slsicls a hlstlerccansssmae $2 .oo ss week.
of highest quality. 1\litstDacse FrasmetCo., Pelkiss,Ill.
Hildrrth's genuine velvet kisses at
10 for 15 Cents\JCesing's.
Glasses repaired.
By mat oilssstd-If youe an't get Muatd Cigarsettesatisyour r Eyes carefully fitted asnd tested.
dealr's,ased rc. for tern; 75cfor fifty; $j yofore h e isssd GEORGE HALL ER, Massi St.
ALLAN RAMSAY, 111 Fifth Avenue, New York CitSU [IyW N[
faEINrha selAler'sexpenses etude so
a couple of monsmea telystaigdaring s-session. Write
jq J'omdstysass socf territory.
FARM RECORD, Northfild, Minn.

__ __ The
. " lucky
...r.. . ilustrates Ite triumpsh of cereal feods
inthtietuiding ef I sturdy and sndus-
trios ce.e liv1testontcerealtsod
dried fis.s i armycsscit s sonet
fousrth rice ansd three-foturths soelie
Int the smsaking of histoses 'ic-,eA
,jboo 'asalwso to riumsphedoerccMet.
,r, But when y0u cat 'a5whIeait food b
Jsture tots ire gettinog the whole owhest
ini digestie locm.sThit'ts
SHREDDED
WHEAT BISCUIT
a builder of brawon and hraisn-keeps
thte stomaswOteet and clean aud the boss els
healthy and active.
Join thte " Pure Food Movement" by eaitintg
Shoredded Wheat, the cleanest, puirest, meet
nutritious cereal food mtade in the wrorld.
'rhe white flour meiller givso you te otarchs
in the school berry, discarding te outer fleth-
formaing eleinsento. You can't msake mtuscle or
brain out of otareb. In the shredding process
ALL the flesh-forming, otrentgth-giving ele-
mento stored in the wchole swheat berry are
preoented- IN DIGESTIBLE FOsRMh.
.. Shredded Wheat is made in two forms, BISCUIT and
TRISCUIT. The BSIOT is delicious for breakfast
with hot or cold milk or cream, or for any meal 'u
combination wish fruit and vegetables. TRcISCUIse
is the shredded whole wheat cracker, crisp, nourish-
ing aud appsetizing. Deliciouu as a toast withbhev-
traces or with cheese or preserves.
The " vital Qumesion Cou ok'ok"is sentfree fotthe aking
"It's All in the Shreds"s
THE NATURAL F'OO C_NiagaraFallsN.Y-

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