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THE NEWEST IN TOWN
Made as you'd make them yourself. Different from
the candies that you.Ihave ueeu buying aud better.
A new sh ipment ju.st in.
Ei. E. GALKI NS, Druggist.
324 South State Street.

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AMUSEMENT

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ALWAYS LOOK FOR MAJESTIC PENNANT
Fror the E.tlre Week
., COMMENCING
MIAJESTIC FEB1RUARY, I
THEATRE 17
The following Attraciions will be
Presented :
1.-O0verture.
L-Elltott & West.D)m gA.
3.-Charles Marvelle. mjriost
4.-Signa Roberts. Contien,
S.-Kurttss & Busse. '.No elx sli At
6i.-Geo. W. Stewart. imtio.
7.-Nippon Troupe, o ipawt
S.-Majesttscope.
PRICES-ite i v.1 1floore35; a ac, .e: sCrcle, 30; Balconty, 25e: uallery,
15c; Box Seats, 50e.
New Whitnmey Theatre
BELL PHONE 480 HOME PHONE 200
Friday, February 21
BRWOADHURST tom, CUER.RY
____PRESTENT
William B onuselli
-I N-
TE]&.A S'
A TRUE STORY OF WESTERN LIFE
Seat sale opens Wednesday, Feb. 19
Prioes:-25c, 50c, 75c. $1.00
h ea 119 E. LIBERTY ST.
opiumA.. Arbor's Pioneer Moving Pcture Theatre
Continuous Performance, 2 to 10 p. m. JOE GILLARD, Prop.
Webb's For High GradeCade
tee Cream, Fruit Ices, Punches, Sherbets, Frozen Liquid
Favors for all Occasions. Fancy Napkins and Doilies Salted
Not Cases.
Webb's Chocolates are unsurpassed. 109 S. Malr St.

CAL04PAR.
Feb. 20-1La Renaissanec tascone,
a talk by Prof. Andre tBeziat d Bordes,
Tapple Hlltlecture roue. 4 p. it. Ad-
mission free
1 eb aty"2-asy dress party of W-
b. 2[- Kaitss state clb Ibaquet
Uion e leudbhouse, 8 p . it
Feb21--Lecture iby}:. 1. Rundell,
chaplain of Jacksont state prison. Tappan
Hall, 7:30.
Feb. 21-Texas," New Whtney tea-
ter.
tell, 2.-Senior girls' leap year party
itn Barbtour gymnasim durng te eve-
iug.
Feb. 2-Senior law Washington's
Birthday dance at Grager's.
Feb. 2-Athletic carnival, high school.
Feb. 22-Annual Founder's day exer-
cises itnedical department. Address
at 8 Ip. in. by Prof. Noy, on ZLia
Pitchter, formerly professor of obstct-
rics inth te University.
Feb. 24-S. tL. A. Jono Temple
(raves, University tiall.
Fecb. 25-Jante Coehrane in ''ihe Dolt.
Hotuse," New Whlitney theater.
Feb. 25-"Mathtematics" a lecture of
general interest, by Prof. Cassius J.
Keyser, of Coumibia untiversity at Sarah
Caswell Angel Hall, 8 p. in.
Fel. 26, 27 28-"Nficliigenda" Wed-
nesday Thursday cnd Friday evenings.
New Whitney theater.
Feb. 27-LIe Teatre at College" a
talk by Herbert A. Kenyona, Tappan Hlall
lecture room, 4 p. in. Admissons free.
Fel. 2--Lelantd TI. Powers. ottS L.
A. ctttrse, Univisersity Hal.
Feb. _,q--Cathierine Osterman in "The
Girl That Looks tike Me" (mttatinee ad
ight).
M.1r. 2-Beutlahi Point in 'Lena Ri-
Mar. 6-Varsity Iand dnce, Barour
gymitnasum.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
ttttior etgieer relay tryots totay att
4:30 int gymntasium.
All Ness York state ttett re itvited
to t clbsttoker at the cltduttose Eni-
lay. Fel. 2, 8 o'clock.
All Nesw York club men appear at
Ratttall & Pck's sttdit Sattrtay, t :30.
ftr Mihiganesiant pictre. Otuppert.
Can~didates for the ito etgieeritg
class relay teamt report at gyttntasutm
Saturday at 3 p.nit., for trials. Ketot.
Walter FPuyurger swill lealte 6 :5
dicu'ssiont meeting at : 7.lc.illatt Hall
this esetitg: sbtjet, "College Frindt-
ships.
'There sill be a btusitess meetitg of
thte University bcd at Miciga Utiot
toniightt, 7 sarp. All mteubers are trged
to be preset. Xanders, Fes.
All setior girls sellitg tickets ftr te
teatp year party should relort teir sales
between 3 ad 5 oclock tis tfternot
at Brbotur gytmntasiutm. Leta Sorg.
M.icigentda seat sale cotintes today.
4 to 6. at Whrs. All seats swhici ae
beett reserved musst positively be cllet
for today. Sats are reserved for fo-
loswing: Bosmnr, Butts, Flemntg, Ftel-
ter, Georg Gleason, Gotld, Hale, Heff-
ro, Hoffmatn, Lockwood, Lockwood.
Lttes, Miller, M.oroe, Paterson, Pret-
tiss Reytolds, Schmidt. Scott Stafford.
Uhl.
Baseball men: if you want the latest
its baseball goods, see Spalding's ine at
Ctshing's. tf

Pitns set on out"Sttmplex"
spotters inttst ttecessarily
be spotted exacetly rtght.
Bowlers kntosw shitt this
BILLIARDS, BOWLING, LUNCHES,
CIGARS, CANDIES, TOBACCO.
.512 S. Stwt, . su iuasuj
MOE'S MBARESHOD
7" Marh UtverwiIa' Ave.
o. A.MO.

HIATS HATS HATS
Every fashioniable effect, every color
of the season.
CAPS CAPS CAPS
The nattiest and most approved fash-
ion, faultless in finish, reasonable and
seasonable.
Stein-Riock~lothing
Every Garment a fashion plate
THlE ACME OF STYLE
Styles here not to be found elsewhere
LINDENSCHIMITT, APFEL & CO.
For a limited time
IL we offer a good stem
wind and stem set
Warranted entirely
7' ~I 4- satisfactory.
1A6S IHOMEI SUPPLY
SOR
isettsy. It Mpi,..1 ie\
ltelytltlI atoe 5.111
themtiandweateli etc tlie elrl ay an Oo :t r^ niv c I IieI a
istere, and they cst only n itlltrl I It 11 1 (an 't1suplty yon,
a pair esetblelt .Ilr ll h eli t ,l~ l 1111 of1 ree
PIONEttR StSPENttR Ct ttt8 MRETS'TPItti, 51 N O TA CAtG E I ONSDett 3EID tat eea
MxEs sr5PItNEER SUSPtNDtR
WINTER JOY1S
coetanetnly tto those who arc fortified by abuudant
health and vigor against cold andc-
e-psure. Bodily warmth comes fronm
goosd digestion and good food, not from~
lannels and overcoats.
Shredded Whole Wheat
iu the food that brings fullest enjoy-
tment of Winter Work or play,
because it is rich in the hieat- 't'
in a k i rn g, muscle-building
elements and because it is
oeasly digested. It gives
the litheness and suppleness
tf limb that make the human
"body a thing of power and
beauty.
Il A breakfat of SHREDDED
WHEAT BISCUIT, with hot or
cold milk or cream, will supply
the energy for a half day'.
work. TRISCUIT is the same
as the Biscuit, except that it is
compresed into a wafer and is

used as a TOAST for any meal
instead of white floor bread.
At all grocers. Our new
illustrated Cook Book is
sent free. via,
"IT'S ALL IN THE SHREDS."

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'THE NATURAL FOOD CO., Niagara Falls, N. Y.

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