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February 08, 1908 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1908-02-08

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T14E M1Cefil-AN D1AILY

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ooboth -lihilren at borne
I , c, rid2 for Sc
D. DSCL AND GRIP CURE
T I i id(1)0 t tiss class 25c IIN SU H B L A
F(- t S ti Iu isi~lsore throat 25c
13.-4ALINs,-Druggist.
324#'youthState'Street.

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(Iauzicant). drama
THlE tUCKY DO. -
'A Lucky Dog," which appears at the
New XWhitney tonight, may be said to
be oe of the biggest "rapid ire" musical
attractions of the season, for the con-
pany presenting it consists of Frank
Jones and Hlda Cale, ;wo are sup-
ported. by a -large number, of 'singers,
dancers and comedians, each as artist
in his particular line.
T1he- cast inclutdes Hilda Cre as
Sarah Drnly, the school-mistress; Ad -
aide tarland, as Angelita Petijoshnt;
Zella Call as Madeline Carey; Atita'Zorn
as Cora Norman, the adeturess;
Charles Udell as Reuben Haskins, te
country lout; Frcd Rennold as Gregory
Kent; Joseph Eggentoss as,al Clsuder,
atn East Indian; Jamses Vincentt as Her
bert Dalton, ans Amserican' villain; Carles
Hlomsan as Victor Strotng, Madeline's
ovr; Peter Griffin as Sam Lsrke, a
race track tott; and a celeratet beaty
chorus itcludsingte fatos "tt Red Rasets
Cadet."
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
ilieligetssa reearsal toay ,o o'clock.
Es eryhosly ot.
All Catchers atd pithers nmeet its the
gymtnasiusmTuesday at a olock Can-
d(ittsG for oter possitions sot the base-
blsli teasmswaeit for furher noice. EStlli-
*Granger's pogramo of sdanitg tonigt
swill include four barn dances, Nos. 3, 7,
o. atnd 15. rogramt start' pronptly at
o o'clock.
LOSbT-A pair of rimless spectacles,
between Quarry's drug store and Uni-
sersity museumt. Retr to Daily office.
Rewsard. 92-3
YELO)W AND) tLU!
This fatous Miehigans college sotg is
nst issuedl in seet forts witis a trett
title page is the satme colors. Te ar-
ransgemnt is for solo voe ad iao
accompatnitnt, wit the qartette form
(on the last itside page. Coies sill te
mailed ipostiaid it special mailitg tube
to Michigatn alstnnsanadsoteroutstide
psrhasers, upnt receipt of twenty-five
centls. Atddress Root's Music ]louse,
Ann sArbor Mich.
Pyrography goods at Fosters. tf
Two dollars insures you against all
loss by. ire. Geo. J. Haller & Co,
Real Estate and Isurance, 26 South
Main street tf
Hand hammered jewelry at Fosters.
Maude Miller B3isell-Voice Plcig.
t6 The Cutting; both phones 428. sat-f
PALMIST.
.Miss Louise St. Germaine. Returned
to Cook House, Room 7; opposite par-
lor. H-atds, 25 cetts; cards, 25 cents.
Will remain only a short ,time. tf
Since t88 we have made Watch Re-
pairig one of our strongest features.
Haler's Jewelry Store, 216 S. Main
street. eod -
All late books for ret at oster's.! tf

B~eginting WVednesday isornuig Ja
Saturday nighst Feb. 8, wxe offers for
slays anything itt onertntire establislss

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BELL IPHtNE 4810 HOME PHONE 200
SF :AN JONES AND HILDA CARLE' ^ 7
IN ___
BlI BEAUTY C-t~ O SONGS-HEAR THE BIG SONG HIT
SEATS NOWN ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE
Prics:-2c, 5~c, 5c, 1.0

The Best Store in Town
F o o u g M n s C oA m Thats what otrt any well s tisfid iiiisei e
-customers tell ti's. Thse best stoic, for lbc reasois
-that here can be seen the greatest varityfsnapp
* styles atnd attractive latleiis. TI (? hst'- store,
*because te valuses- we offer int
Stein-Bloc'h Fine Clothing For
*Young Men
hsaven't got their equtal itn this uls%
Everything First Class
LDENSCUMITI, APFEL CO.
1-01 HOA' ro f

Discocxit of 25 pea-esst
for solid cons o-t7 - e. s
and desi1 Os . , -,y
web.AllsoALLr -"iv iCkcl
plated crass, cann oSBca pair,
CLAP SLK alluseaers or byos
PIONEEIRIfJi,, 0.
718 Market 'street sas eI a# i
WINTEK
come tonly to those who arc fortissed l ; ;;
health and vigor against" cold ;snide-
posure. Bodily warmth comnes fr oi
good dtgestton and good fosod, notseon
flannels and overcoats.
Srde Whl'I ha s the food that brings ftullest en1o),7
ment of Winter \Vork tr play,
because it is rich in the heat - ,msl-uligeeet n eas ti
so easily digested. It gives ~
the litheness and supplenessr
of limb that make the humatn
body a thing of power and
eauty.1,, i
A breakfast of SHREDDFED ) -
WHEAT BISCUIT, with hot ort
cold milk or cream, will supply b x
the energy- for a half day's
workd. TRISCUIT is the- same
as-the Biscuit, except, that it is 3
-compressed into a wafer and is
used as a TOAIIT for any meal
instead of white floor bread.
At all grocers. Our new
illustrated Cook Book is y }
sent free.
" IT'S- ALL IN THE SHREDS."'
THE..NATUTRAJFOOl)C"('0 l,,Nii II i, N Y.

An-Abores Pioneer Moving Picture Theatre
Re Purn of MISS GEORGIA INGALLS
Thua cl . i" l, all next week.

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Continuous Perfonnia nce, 2 to 10 p. M. JOE GILLARD, Prop.f

Weabb's foriliglh grade Canldies
Ice ('Caumtsit le,,PsuncIhes, Shsesrbets, Frozen Liquid
avsnfor l Oceaions. l-'ancy Napkins and Doilies Salted
Webb's Chocolates are Unsurpassed. 109 S. Mx ai, t.

We recommend Espenella Havana
cigars. 'They are made especially for us
anid in ts ow sn boxes. .5C to 25c each.j
I-I
IIILLIARps. 150W14NQ, LUNCHES,
LCIGARS. CANDIES, TOBACCO.
*1 S. States31-l~i yAed
MOdeSBARRER- SHOP
703 North Uslveealy Ave.
O0.A.:MOL

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