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Hlockillg Valley Ry.
CONTINUES ITS EXCELLEN'TI
TRAIN SERVICE
You will find
Four Trains Daily
From Toledo,
Carrying Parlor Careson Day Trains
Steepinog Cars on Night Trains
Union Depotsin Toledo and Co-
lumbus
S. E~. CLARK, 32-i
Campus Martius
Detroit, Mich.'
F. J. SCHUH_
SANITARY PLUMBING
Glas and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. Washington St.
BAILEY & EDMUNDSH
Zportfno Ooobo
j 121 East Liberty Street.

NEW REGAL STYLES ON
THE ANN ARBOR CAMPUS
7Every seasons we have takeo special pains to pro-
v ide at least seven or eight models that
woul5 d appeal most especially to college
snen-aod every season we are stronger
inall the big Usiversities of the
-~coosstry.
Fifty-eight ssew Regals in list
_________Spring squad assd sevess of
camps =thenm-the snsappiest its the
list-have already ''smade''
$3.50 the Varsity.
Full o fclever style, and
A os ofrtbe IA a g~od, ftll, hottest muoney's
th "lat"and "sii fwo th of wear in everyonse
te e.slade ofBlack tile"ofIthemo. Quarter Sizestoos.
qter lisnsass
ALThe e Ye Stuadent Shop
tht 611 E. Wiili&rrs St. SoerAgernts

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SUNDAY 1I
SMONDAY 2 s
WEDNESDAY 4 Nl u.
THURSDAY 5
FRIDAY 6S
SATURDAY 7 t' .'
Every Day
Tisis store grows more popuslar.:
Wiy ? Becanse ottr values its reliahle t
Clothing and Furnishings arcnequaled '.~
anywhsere.
It will pay yotu to insvestigate thsese offer-
ing of yossssg mess's susits, sovercoats ad ' >:
rafts coats.
REIULE, CONLIN & FIE GEL

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To ]Engage the Assemhly Rooms or Orchestra, coil at
Grangers Academy Office, 312 Maynard Street
A-s thessi enesis cosnss ecstssd wit thsesldsing, 5callers arOsrsqseserd eess-
aonets eves . eaeIs ng

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IrVRNIkiIN~i "DUPE"
NwColorings ?INECWA
~IN HOSIERY
New Styles IN CAPS
IN COLLARS
HIENRY and KYER

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Suits and Overcoats (nnim (lnhna(nmni Buy Direct and Savef
Froem $ 16.00 to $28.00 U1~~11~~)UUII~ UIFaI Money. 118120 E. Liberty.
. ofM. BARBER SHOP phtgahrRENT H E 319 E. H uron R AN DA L L
Trojo nowaki State St. P H O T O GR A P HEiR

t e r
(Ago

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THE product of sixteen years'
experimeflt; the successful re-
sult of an effort to make a Turkish
cigarette better than the best !
MURAD
CIGARLTT S
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 postpaidZf yas can't get Mur-ad Csgaretes at yoar
dealer-a, sendaycfor ten; 75c. for- fifty; $i.yo for one shundrea
u ALLAN RAMSAY, 1ll Fifth Avenue, New York City

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
teI e i ss istissgein itss e t1 a7t R - I
ditll'stts. Ii. tossav.lPstsidemsss. lu c k
\I- i uni or tts git itrs me t il t s 5t -1 Iit
s55i se-itta rIttigts'ontigt at :lt ;at to 11
Ist junit tits meesf li a r'tistrrgyIt tlt 11
71; tist gh~lt t arIch isi ll bdyto ses"''Is
tsiagswiisa1 ts be2.eldi setst y
li u i r e g n e e e t o o h s ca t e it rs oit ti le s itu ta a a ti it alr a e is r lt' tt s f a r a a d
will hiteh 1)ldinst Iivts'ts sihltslt. fts --gRooitImsliss. I lr C.dsor'
Irs or- tameIplatcetaIsthtsasittrrecsisss
1st in theb ii. of satra'ninIts
noon.lalitlls ls ar tire sustdito dried1 ish.0 Hisrmstss bet iscuir " ieal c
OuistsiseIfriasssssara isvted.shasals riumpheasdaoIt eras eatd.
3asr-e yousate getingl tbs. swlole aswheat
NVi NiiE1 RFUI. PERFOR'MA'NC1'S inldiget'ible isaces That's
IN IN'fER'11SCUIIAS'l'l NI I~f"T S H R ED D ED
s~ssssisaad sosaPaz eet HE~AT BISCUIT
(Cis ueds-rl m Pageste-is)Iisalatbu i lder at brassn and bran-keeps
ltelstmtth asweat and clean and the boasl
Inlstitulte,7 las-I 9issess, ttirdi Jorantl, laaltty an' ts e-ive.
Le-sis tInstitutea,;fe-at N issesafoufthsai. stiss ltae PusreFood Movsem'ent" by eating
Brasd jumssp-Cok hilcoh,3Shtreddtd \Wheaat, the cleaneat, purest, smost
Ussss. C'liiiiesstis, Inutraitiosscer-eal food smade in the wrld.
faats inchese-'first;Nicholali, 1e-taitth'lisaeswhite floor statler gases you tbe starah
stlssla 22 fe-at j incastseosst; W'as- iss teetbarry, discading the outer firsts-
Io, ewssItsitute,2tfeeal S I-a insse-teforImasing alsesents. You caattmake otuscle or
thrd kie-hards, AntsArbotr, as fe-atibratisn t of starcal. 1sn the shredding process
fouth.ALL te flesb-farsming, strength-giv'ing ale-
- ~~r ssse-s sto-lred in ttaeswhole wrheat berry are
'ITe ssfinas in5alitrackenl ''s stssndillprsenssted IN DIGESTIBLE FORM.
the- aeighl t ee-slts e-asil tis msssrninsg at Shredded Wheat is mote to two ferms, BISCUITad
TRISCUIT. The BISCUIT to delditos for breokfast
:05 ~with hateor cold milk as cream, or fos soy mesSal.
_______________cembination with froit aod vegetablts. TRISCUIT
is the shredded whote wheat cracker, crisp, nouorish-
Thle-a'ee-clsionsssschsdtlsat to leats-aitgsod appetizing. Delicios as a toast with he'v-
Nsss Arissr, Sosts Nity aS Dcerages or with cheese us preserves.
Ani iror srdy.la 2,far DeaTe rsVitaQestioe Cask Beet " issent fee foi the oasen
I asit, hatssbe assansclledl.
LOS''-lisaaDIelta Uli pits. Re-
turnsa 110Corsnwall plaaa. I-assar-,tf. t
Satisfactory tailoring at satisfaactory -
prices. Fuller & O'Connor, 619 E. Wil- "It's All in the Shreds"
fiain street. tf THE NATURAL Fe-OOD 0 Niagara Falls N. Y
Classes repaired.
Eyes carefully fitted and tested.
GEORGE HALLER, Main St.

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

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