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T14# MICHIGAN DAILY

ilocking 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 Depotsail Toledo and Co-
lumbus
Campus Martius
Detroit, Mich.
F. J. SCHUH
SANITARY PLUMBING
(ias and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. Washington Si.
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
Zporino 0~oo
j121 Eaost Lbrrty Street.

NEW REGAL STYLES ON
THE ANN ARBOR CAMPUS
Eery season wte have taken special pains to pro-
vide at least seven or eight models that
would appeal most especially to college
men-and every season we are stroniger
int all the big Universities of the
Fifty-eightt new Regals in the
__________Spring squasd and seveni of
camps =them-the sniappiest in the
- list-have already made"
Full of clever style, and
dE a good, full, hottest montey's
the"sant ad 5 i~g E Ef; .. "" woth of wear in every one
of them. Quarter Sizes, ins.
Ri.EEGAL tht h Shoe oe Ye Sttxdenvt Shop
611 E. WillIe.ro St. Solr Agenta
To Engage the Assembly Rooms or Orchestra, call at
Granger' s Academy Office, 312 Maynard Street
Astheeitt cttttOttis t aneted awit theie.tttdtt.;atterts aeeqettstedt toarat-
noun~ethemsel is etstttng

SUNDAY I
MONDAY 2
TUESDAY 3
WEDNESDAY 4
THURSDAY 5
FRIDAY 6
SATURDAY 7

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Every Day ~~
Thtis stoic grows mtore popular.
Wh B ecitise our values ini reliable
Clothing and Furnishings art unequaled Y
anywhere.
It will pay yott initvestigate these offer-;.
ing of yomitg metn's suits, overcoats anid riot.
REULE, CONLIN & FIEGEL

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SIGNS OF SPRING
Thte cold, (dattp weathter can't last nmuch longer,
andi whetn it btegitts to warm tip yotu will want a news
suit. Get bzasy and let us show you our
NIEW DOPE;,'alto our Niew OVERCOAT.
HENRY an~rd KYER, Tekllovs to Men~

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Suits and Overcoats (thni(mnnr Buy Direct and Save
To Mensje $ 16.00 to $28.00 Con sumltliin UoinpJaIIIJy Money. 118=120 E. Liberty.

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U. of M. BARBER SHOP PhotographerRj T $CHfl _R 319 E. Huron R AN D AL L
Trojonowski State St. P H OTO GR A PH E R

U S D w erv ather, and on(

rconnoisseurs
awery occasion ,

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where good taste and courtesy
demand the best!
MURAD
C AI E T have exclusively proven that fine
both richness and mildness, and
) in the combination of the two,
present a flavor and aroma never
equaled before.
in for 15 Cents~

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
(sf0. .stat OvsterI ts. I h etri
A sieestits of t t ir]n-l'' tn i lb........
houasr gmit, ands electtin ofofieswl
be held. IPlucky
''Thestttetittg oftilsie Gire'Gee11(
Mlandtllins ehills tlhave berIts c Fi ;
slay hats tests ltstitasi'ldit to usdalyvo
evnint, b tsI oftihe msst cti tsg
of te 'etnior itsthisa ftertooassit 4:1tO
it Rsostt CbUiieersiiy sall. Thetssitsp
tax tiwil Its ettledl siont atthlit titte.
Mari «'rt~r, icepresden. + ,,i1 illustrastes the triumph of cereal foods
\st leessttt si eeet ea itiacstsinthtat Iuildig at a sturdy anid Indus-
triattara~e- Thejat lim esaoncereals and
edistras tte 41 ieligsttettstats soitrd aieed fish.iHis "army biteuit"itsine-
etrti the juntiore lit clasi tll Its held fasthtl rice and three-faurthis wtheat.
Satura issl r taetitg, f1lsy 2,o m stot In the toaking of Ihistory VWhIeat
Rttsttt . Usssessii s IIs hs salitaysa trtumtpheudaor Meat.
12 o'eloekl oo , ns. t) al. But wen youeat a wheatfload be
Gatle, aresident. tsre toatre getting the wihole wsheat
Am itmtens iihoe insametsiwee sat ini indigestible torms. TIhat's
the' listt tf b Utuitslstt'futeetssulishsedlS HR ED D ED
ini Vise lDilye tsiseligille ts sate its"' W HEAT B IS CU IT
te leetionsit Stuitrday. 'lTose nists a builder of brawn and brain-keeis
regiseredl to rots' easis dii'slet lesaringte stomaeh siteet and clean and the bowels
'ir nisieam esiss tsitslt ' etsitittiltyan ctv.Jins the ' Pure Food Movement" by eating
'I'easre Stvesonin healuniSharedded 'Wheast, the cleanest, purest, msost
oiffice'. nutritious cereal food msade in the soand.
__________________ The whlite flouir silher gives you the stareb
ti'NTED-To retont sisasvorale in thseswhteat berry, discarding the outer flesh-
'Pa ~formsiing elemtenits. Vou ean't msake msuscle or
termts, it s asiieratsiouniof gotodilcere, baraiti aut of stareh. In the shredding process
esomsfisrtale fitrnishledthostie feteAugstt ALL te flesha-formsing, strength-givinig ole-
andsi par tif Sepiidtee. Aeddress, ewithliisments sored in the iwhole wheat berry are
tast tisilat, 'i'Zeste Nieligsii l~iil. tres ented IN DIGESTIBLE FORM.
partculrs, '7,car 1'lchian Dily , Shredded Wheat is made in two forms, BISCUIT and
hi)75) TRIStCUIT. The BSIUT is delicious tor breakfast
________________with hot or cold milk or cream, or tar any meat an
comination with trait and vegetahles. TRISCUI'7
LI 1811' hleitheit Cliins. tR- is the shredded whole wheat cratker, crisp, nourish-
setst~i F ets rel le Reisirl.ifng and appetizing. Delicious as a toast with hev-
turn 10 Cor~nwll pace. ewar. tferages orwith cheese or preserves.
_____________The " utlQuestion Cooh Booh"tisseeosfreefor thernshiog
Satisfactory tailoring at satisfaetory _____,
prices. Falter & O'Connor, 61g E. Wit-
tiam street. If
WVANT'ED-Stusdents as eativassers.
Pleatans tiaprofhtabile luseof wartsasit
seliels a hstsler ran snake $25.00 a sweets. "It's All in the Shreds"
btteLsaee Framse Co., Pekiiss.Ill. THE NATURAL FOOD Ct Niagara Falls N. lb
Glasses repaired.
Eyes carefully fitted and tested.
GEORGE HALLER, Mains St.

deae', end ry5c. forene; 75c. f
U ~ A RASAl11rifte

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Malrad Ciartes eatyeur
fty; $r.yofore eunreatrd
LvnuYNe ork Ci y)

A'LWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLE

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THE BEST OF EVER Y
THING IN TAILORING

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