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February 13, 1908 - Image 4

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________________TlH 1ttdHA DtAMt

Valenmf Inc
Pos*ta~d
Remnemaber the children at home
10c, 5c., and 2 for 3c
D. D. S. COLD AND GRIP CURE
Take it in time suet don't msiss a class :.25c
CALKJN'S COUGH BALSAM
For the tight cough and sore throat 25c
13. E. CALKI NS, Druggist.
324 South State Street.
A-MUSE-MENTS
ALWAYS LOOK FOR MAJESTIC PENNANT
For the Entire Week
COMMENCING
M5AJESTIC F EB R UARY
THEATRE 10
The flilowing Aitracilons will be.
Presented:
1.--Overture.
2.-Frank and Edith Raymond. WreAt.
3.-Pauley and Healey. si'spi n-- nd inn.
4.-Russian Rappo Sisters. Rusin ,, n ad Dnce.
5.-Theresa Jacobs Irieians-
6.-Sadie Aitorabi,.Europe iii A oair ic ninsu.
7.Harry Walters.. i1 ~i nk "i~an
3.-Polo. 'P1cIio' it Mu 'i cisv..
9.-Malestiscope.
PRICES-Enire , l Iirto ori,35c;Uainily Cice,,3te; tisiey, 25e: Gallery,
1Se; Box Seats, ro.

CALENDAR.
teb eli;-"Le.Romantisme Francais."
_leture by Prof Mortz Levi. Tappan
HaI-ll leter, room 4 p. i. Admission
ieb.3 \ saliitline luncheon' of the
senior grilsin farbour gymnasium.
Feb i4 Ctholic Studens' club dance,
?arbour gymnasium.
Feb 4-Sophomore engineer dance.
Liraugers
Feb. Ia-.Seat sale for, "ichigenda"
commences at g a. i. in University Hfal.
teb. Tj--Girls' Gleu club coceert and
dance, Barbour gymnasium, 8 p. t.
Tickets onl sale at War s and at Root's
music store.
Feb. 17-"'tmnperatrice Josephine"
iustrated lecture by NIL Louis Madein
of the University of Paris (a Sor-
bonne), Sarah Casiell Angell Halal, 8
p. it.aispices of Cerle tDrattatique
Francas..
Fc. i8-The Scol for Scandal"
Whitney theater.
Feb. 20-La Principaut de Monaco,"
alk y Herbert Vaughan, Tappan Hall
'ecttire room, 4 p. im. Admission free.
te. 20-uanctdres party of \Wo-
mns Legte
Feb2t-Tisxs' Nets'Whites thea-
Feb. r-rSuiio girls' eal) year party
-nBrbu ynnasium dtrig the een-
IFeb 2tAthletic carnival, high school.
Ieb 4--ST,.A. John Temple
G~r'ises Uivsersity Halal.
Feb 2y-Jane Cochrne in "The D)olt
Hocuse" New Whitnney theater.
Ieb 2--"athematics," a lecture of
enejl interest by Prof. Cassius J.
Key sri of Columbia university, at Sarat
Ca.swell Angel flal, 8 ip.Im.
Feb 26, 27 28-"M~ichigenda," Wed-
te lay'IThurstdayand Friday eenings.
veiWtitney theater.
Ieb 7-'Ie Theatre au College," a
talk by Herbert A Kenyon 'Tappan fiail
ecttre room, 4 p i. Adisision free.
Feba28-Lelnd T. Powers, on S. IL.
A. cottrse, Umiversity Hlal.
Feb. 29.--Catlerite Otenman in "The
,GirtlTat Looks Like ie" (natiniee and
ight).
Mtar. 2 -letlali Pin,in "L en Riv-
rs."
'ar. i-Vanitithlnditadae, Barbour
.yettasuntn.
ENIVESTV NOTICES
Orait(rical association picture 'Friday
t 12:30 Renshers studio.
Rehearsal for the cast of Micigid
at 4Jco'clock, aid chorus at 7.
ifop representatives meet at Theta
Dlcta Chii hostse today at5 o'clock.
'lTtere swit be a metiig of the girls'
chits of fHobart Gtild in Harris fal
today at 3 p. ii.
French 2: 'Mr. McLaughlii's ti
o'clock secioni kindly ieet in RomtiC.
Univsersity Hlal, at same hoir.
Gratduate club nieets in Barbotr gym-
tasi mu toiight at 8' o'clock. Prof. We'in-'
Iey ssil steak. lmpprtant btsiness,
The first regular netitg of the Scan-
diniasiaiicli will be held in Room G.
t'iisersity fll, tonight at 7 o'clock.
Aniiual election of officers for New,
York cltbswil tke place at clubhouse
Saturday at 2 p . Aill1 members must
be present.
Whets this heavy snow breaks up you
sill need Rubber Boots and Rubbers.
Remember we hae a complete stock for
mni and women. Mt~odern Shoe Repair
Sop, 61u E. Wiliami St. 96-ot
There is a differeince in billiard

ibles. Wheni you play on a
Struinssvick-tlalke you kntow it
is ihe best.Mie hasve no otherI
miiake.
..$LIAI*. 8,SWLI,*O. LUNCHES,
CIOAR~I, CANI1S a.TOBACCO.
A12 S. S~t Ei. ma'st
MOV'S, ARBER SHOP
7fSNlN~ul ntvetiF'A ve.

The Best Store. in Town
For~oung Men's Clothing-
That's what our maniy well satisfied younuger set
customers tell tis. Tile best store, for the reasoni
that here can be seen the greatest. variety of snappyr
styles aiid attractive patterns. The Isest store,
because the values we toffer fit
Stein-Bloch Fine Clothing For
Young Men
haven't got their etnal in this cite.
Everything First Class
LINDENSCHMITI, APFEL & Co.
1.4 Qff HO0A G'S14 Qff
Begiting Wednesday morning Jait. 2. and ending
Saturday' night Febi. 8, we offer for this period of ten
days atnythiing it our eiitire establislintetit at a
Di scounxt of 25 per cenxt
E. G.HOAtC

Flat Clsp Garters
for solid coor t.Tb' newest shades
and designs of one, piec - , pare sil1k
LL web .11sAll ..'Ch" "toc ,
SIK plated brass, cannot rust. 25c. a pair.
SIK all dealers or by mail.
PIONEER StUSPEitIJPR fC0.,
718 Market Street ' Philadelpia
Mkr o ioiI'ni,rs sni.nie

FLAT
CLASP

New Whitney Theatre
BELL PHONE 480 HOME PHONE 200

WINTER JO-YS,
cotme only to those who are fortified by abundat
health and vigor against cold amd cx-
posure. Bodily warmth comes from
good digestion and good food, not from
flannels and overcoats.
Shredded Who le Wheat
is the food that brings fullest enjoy-
mnent of Winter Work or play,;.
because it is rich in the heat'
m a k i n g, muscle-building
elements and because i4t is
so easily digested. It gives
the litheness and supplenessa
of limb that make the human
body a thing of power and
beauty.
A breskfast of SHREDDED
WHEAT BISCUIT, with hot or
cold milk or cream, wilt supply
: ~ .ee~rgy for,,a&halt day's
work. TRJSCUIT is the same
as{:the $iscuit. eatept that-pit-is
compressed itoea wafer sod to
used asn.a TOAST for any meat
instead of white flour bread..
At all grocers. Our. new
illustrated Cook Book is>
sent ┬░free. ,iii;
'IT'S ALL IN THE SHREDS."
THE NATURAL FOOD CO., Niagara Falls, N. Y. a

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