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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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llockillg Valley Ry.
CONTINUES ITS EXCEILLENT.'
TRAIN SERVICE
You will find
Four Trains Daily~
.From Toledo,'
1.Carrying Parlor Carson Day Trains
Steeping Cars on Night Trains
Union Depotoain Toledo and Co-
lumbus
S. I.. CLARK, 321
Campus Martius
Detroit, Mich.r
F. J. SCH UH
SANI"TARY PLUMBING
Glas and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. Washington St.
iILEY & EDMUNDS
voA tno oobo
t2t East Liberty Street.

NEW REGAL STYLES ON
THE ANN ARBOR CAMPUS
7 Every sessons we have taken special pains to pro-
tioe at least seven or eight models that
tmen--and every season sse are strontger
's f in ll tesbg Universities of the
Fo ~ Iifty-eigiht ness Regals its the
Spring squad atid sevens of
Campus. theistthse sappiest its thie
list-hve already timade~'
$3.50 -the N irsits.
. Full of clever style, and
A os 5 frtbli wa onsl foll, hottest nootee'
th 'lat ri " wn f*wos ts of wear in every 5)ne5
teteMaeo lc ig of theist Quarier Sizes, too.
AL V Tie Stoer Ye Stud n S o
that proesde tS o
61i1 E.WI ieser St. Sote Ageats

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SUN DAY 1
MONDAY 2
T TUSDAY 3
WEDNEDAY4
THURSAY 5
FRIDAY 6

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'rl storslots is msstnse popuilar.
Wliy ?11 toss stir svalsies it reliahle
Clothing andFurnis hingsarassunequatled
It wsill pais yoss to itvestigate these offer
is- of y oturif,sieniss stitsits overcoats asid
REULE, CONLIN & FIEGEL

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To Engage the Assembly Rooms or Orchestra, call at
Granter's Academy Office, 312 Maynard Street
Attsssstsi ss Ier~(t)w scnIe t~e ctttsttttt dinoatle se requste tts -

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FUR ISHINN SDIRTS
New Colorings INNCWA
IN FHOSIERY
New Styles " " IN CLAS
HENRY and KYER

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Suits and Overcoats Buy( Directhtntan(daSanve
ro mr 'J6. t0 JL cosumrs lotig p oney. 118=120 E. Liberty.

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Uo of f4 BARBER SHOP Photographe? RiNTCfjlER 319 E-. Huron'R A N D A ILL
Trojonowski State St. P1H O TO G RA P11 E R

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THE product of sixteen years'
experiment ; the successful re -
suit of an effort to make a Turkish
cigarette better than the best !
M URAD
1CIGAHL0011TES
are unequaled in richness, smooth-
ness and mildness-the one Turk-
ish cigarette that offers these
S qualities perfectly, and in perfect
harmony.
10 for 15 Cents
By mall postpaid-If you as't get Motlrac Cgarette at yeur
dealer's, send e/r.5.frten; 75c, fere.fifty; $r,5a fer ene hundee
ALLAN RAMSAY, 211, Fifth Avenue, New York City

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Nad set11SsitoofiisiMisiscatt2
its it-la s tsmeetigof i i ith c- P11,
sIll hi heitsi s ts, - - 1 430 T i
sr risiior tait.
i~rst--slawsect itsfrtsssof Isiswibuildi-
The loo i lsss willtht d i t s c-ssisr
for fit ball t55 IIlI lait - fii o iset dit- oi
C. Untiverttt ssftity hal. B ischti
SNI' i/iUs5 51is 5sfWILL, ii PANs/UN.
i'rr-siiicit \5sf sti lossi-sis cled
a meeftinof te SitsscissisuIsiorthsir
sturuti-ivrs.. Altltsembirs site5requestedi
to ssss-tiirs'titsst TppnOtis its2aso'csock
thi ufternoonsi. Ni rssit-yol ill i i ll si _1
fi sissitutu sti -111 issitliassi-osr trats-
icrr5s stsitusis. 55 rinito blsck and
wshitse. Aii issrsssta-srseiurgto t is
siut andtu i s- t he it-rit ds
The ssohotmorsei engiersimt at. :1
ii f sts- soleiire ar. Th isrt-s-sbse
A 55555 is-s-stis]]laks-st siel tsstst fsi-
ia ih xrisets s app,-it~ed an-dis
it sis-raiiscie htutill uSMs-isgi 1(lt'is III's
hollow tssissin bd. 1Ute-siislt Basiliin
earne55stly reque5sts tutalli s urniout
Notiiig s-llstse stoury fikt Otis of
is o' piirtusrrs. Orsder nsuits n
-vis ssi ts-e 55a15 of sts- litst fewsis iaiys.
Satisfactory tailorisng at satisfartor\
prices. Fuller & O'Connor, 61g E. Wil-
lam strret. if

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I ALittle %w
vl~t-tIIap
ilsstrates the triumph of cereal foods
5 in s.heb ti i trdy sid indu-
slitedifis.Ii s i.'ii-scuit " is e
fosit risIndchress-toutuss-heits
It this making oI listsors- s'sits
is isa s istsriupen osvsr Meat.
Otswhenss 'ou 5esO aiwhreitfood bs
'00a isitu tst ib o hto s isi
SHREDDED
'WHEAT BISCUIT
kaibuildsersof hrasssn and brain-keeeps
ihe trh sweect sod clean and the bowsst
itesalith dativie.
_ite " -Pore Food Miovemsent" by eating
Shsreddedt Wicatt, the cleaneot, purest, msost
nutsritios c ereal food made in the world.
The is te floor smiller gives you te starrh
is te i tests berry, discarding the outer fleshs-
Isir,.lug eleisento. Yost rant msake msuscle or
seraiiout of starrh. l Inte obredding proces
ALL the flesh-formng, strcengths-givinsg ehe-
ies ci.-sored in the wshole iwhseat berry are
pressented IN DIGESTIBLE FORM.
Shredded Wheat is made in two forms, BISCUIT and
TRISCUIT. The BISCUIT is delicious far breakftast
with hot or cold milk or cream, or toe any meat °a
combination with trait and vagatabtes. TRISCUX'
is the shredded whote wheat teacher, crisp, nourish-
tag and appetiziag. Delicious as a toast with bev-
erages or with cheese or preserves.
tahe «VsilQuestioni CohBokSs shaen fee fothesingu
"It's All in the Shreds"
THE INATURAL FOD0C1 Niagora all55N. y

A&LWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THE BEST OF EVERY
THING IN TAILORING

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