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THE 11ICHIGAN DAILY

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ilockinig Valley Ry.,
CONTINUES ITS EXCELLENT:'
TRA[N SERVICE
You will find
Four Trains Daily
From Toledo;
Carrying Parlor Carson Day Trains
Steeping Cars on Nighst Trains
Union Depotosgin Toledo and Ce-
lumbus
S. E. CLARK, 32-1
Campus Martius
Detroit, Mich.'
F. J. SCHUH
SANITARY PLUMBING
Glas and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. Washington St.
BILEY & EDMUJNDS
BA f GooCWN
121 East Liberty Strret.

NEW REGAL STYLES ON
THE ANN ARBOR CAMPUS
livery season we have taken special pains to pro-
v ide at lea ;t seven or eight models that
would appeal most especially In college
\ m~en and every season we are stronger
ยข ' . inall the biE Universities of the
Fifty-eight new Regals in the
_________Spring sqnad and seven of
them-the snappiiest in tihe
l' r list-have already "made"
$j,,} j tlhe Varsity.
Fuill of clever style, and
A ns enfral r k w a gand, full, honest money's
the slan an swi", o 44 woi th of wear in every 01ne
the oe.Mad of ae . Kn,- -I0 Etti of them. Qtuarer Sizes, too.
R AL The Oboe Ye Studn Shop
611 E. W1lilaro St. Sole Agents

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SUNDAY I
SMONDAY 2
TUESDAY 3 /.
WEDNESDAY 4
THURSDAAY 5
FRIDAY 61
Every ay=::=f<<
'ibis store growvs more popular
\VhyT' because oor valsues in reliahble
Clothing and Furnishings art unequaled
anywhere
It will pay yoio to investigate thoese oife
ing of yours m loelws suoits, overcoats and(
raun coats.
IREULE, CONLIN & FI EGEL

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To Engage the Assembly Rooms or Orchestin, call at
Granfer' s Academy Office, 312 Maynard Street
As Thersi~denceisconasect ed l wilt lildin-s.cailesr s e rs'quested baa-
110nnetheiseles. 'lese i ng.ob

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Thoe cold, idamop weather can't last muocho longer,
10111 whteno it bleginls to o'arno up you wil want a nosy
stilt. Gxet busy anod let 01s show youl our
.NiW 1D0PE," also our No xvOVoERCOAT.
HENRY an.rd KYER, Tekllovs to Meun

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Suits and Overcoats Co im (1nhn (manj Buy Direct and Save
TMeasre~ $1 ,6.00 to $28.00 110C11111si10 UILotIII5UU01IIIJnyMoney. 118=120 E. Liberty.

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U, of M. BARBER SHOP photographer7 VA TSP r fir 39;E.vH _u_____RAN _DAL
Trojonowski State St.. P HO TO G RA PH E R

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Soolrooo r.
Praticeof 01Girtl s aitoliiiicl1btisi
alfternoon at 115 'clioctk, t egym. Last.
P,1ce wiill toe iian ii rtanti me1110 g
Of lie ('1Ca ea clubiti i 7 o'clock,. in
icres toobelieredilinothi ie conest.
1 Th nua11111.1eleitiioiiof ooficers.of lie
C', ivIie-its'of ii ani Ileisieritie
Sol 1' H ron liic. i liersoiii Pres.
111Thereiwill the a1meetinig o il~e 'of
1110s iin [ioomiiiC, t~iier sits tiolll.at04
1001110xt yearii llttbeeleteid ;iimor~otant.
OR his o n enjoyment, and 1los r~dlt
O~fTIhe S1110r lite(rar clas's tax of $30
as a criterion of his good tastemisheadatoc.NIcls ntx
bion wil111heo '11g(ive iiiiutil the lax
and hospitality to others, the man, Cpill ,OA siiini roliretr . 111l101
who knows, selects Alis i ts who wishetrivita
Iin us t heirIn ord: ~eirisefore
~ ~I U R A D'ilockt tonight The101,foilloiig-iiog lsi-
1ais i chairman ii: iRobert iAtkoiis, lot
I atlcr Lcpttakroad iliol A dossieer.
CIG A R E. T SC lilssitr e nol1as aeodr
is so5 t aumiisisroomois. Casts willsall orders.
Rich, mild, and fragrant, alwaysTh:nlAbrPes(omlya-
ocr & Snoyder), printers of the Micholgan
uniform, made throughout with Dalily, The Alisisist,Inlanoder, Ys'
great hioio on fosotbasll, the 'technic, S.
the skill that only an expert com- C.- Alanidbook, etc.,rec.,are pitr
to the student liody 117 Kl Wasiog-
mands and perfects after sixteen ton street. tf
yer'unce.asirigeffort ! \Whenii I ii wis1 to11urilaeiaiy cot-
ea log nespe1nnan sts 01 piltlows,0 Iall t
1ju for i15 Cents biss,1( t l~0 l's, i327eiThompsoI~lnosteet.i
By mail, posttaid-If yoga coss't get l/urud Cogaretoes at yursoottellei f
deaier's, sesiaoJc.foo; 72c.12orlifly; $,-.5ofor one hundrea
ALLAN RAMSAY, 111 Fifth Avenue, New York City Ohio CentraIlLines
PARLOR CARS
on allt r'ains between Tuleido and Columnbus.
Eing'ant modern Parlor Cars, with terst-class
Caie Service between Taledo, Columbus and
Charleston..

Plucky
~ ,,, oltoustrates the tiump h of cereal foods
iin 1e ilitdi, f astulrisddto5us
tesios;Le. lhe0001115 ton l0. 111
fousrthlirice soid tlreo.-f ourto 'Whiat.
Iito1he miaksing of listsrye lpto~
iss itiays triumphlotedtover lilcat.
Bu %%Id i nlos you eat a wxhest otiod be
'le oruant re les tills the xxhole wett
1o1odiogesible torin.'that'
d SHREDDED
}X WHEAT BISCUIT
a boulder of brawn la.und tbrain-keepts
the stosisch oil eel and clean antd the hoNxels
healthyandiaot ile.
(oiii tihe" Pure Food Moverment" hy eating
Shureddod X theat, the cleanest, purest, mlost
ntritiouos cereal food msade 001 the wo rld.
The uht liouir miiller coxes yo00 the starchx
iu the %ihtiibterry, odiscardlig the outer fles-t
foriniieelceeits. Vou can't maesusotiosole oor
1brain out of stoirch. In thle shreddong process
ALL the fleshs-formiing, strength-giinlg etc-
mtisoistooredt in the whosile wrheat herry are
poresented IN DIGESTIBLE FORM.
a Shredded Wheat is mode in two foras, BISCUIT and
TRISCUIT. The BISCUIT is delicioss for breakfast
with hot or cold milk or cream, or tor any meal =n
combination with trait and vegetahles. TRISCUIT
is the shredded whole wheat cracher, crisp, nosrish-
log asd appetizing. Delicious as a toast with bev-
erages or with cheese or preserves.
The eosVitl Quetionokook "is set fee fothe sing
"It's All in the Shreds"
THE NATURAL FOO0 C Nosera lsea N.10 Y,3

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THE BEST OF EVERY
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