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February 29, 1908 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE NEWEST IN TOWN
Made as you'd make them yourself. Different from
the candies that yotu have been buying and better.
A new shipment Jusst i.
E. E. CALK INS, Druggist.
324 South Statei Street.

AMU5EMENT

S

ALWAYS LOOK FOR MAJESTIC PENNANT
For the Enstire Week
.. COMMENCING
TEATRE 2
The following Attraciions will be
Presented:
I.-Overture.
2.-W'eona.. ft)Francis Ws gates t uersies's
3.-Emnx'.alyrn Lackaye. Pima DonaComedienne.
4.-Dona t~ Mae Gordona Trio. Comedy Novtelty Cyc lists.
5.-Vaimnore. intru e i itmc
6.-The Dancxing Deffixth..Cr ut ~~it hir liatters
7.-The Hayden Famrily. Sestonalt ght WireAtists.
8.-Majestiscope.
PKICES:-Eveins c . a,3oc,35e. BoxSeaits 30e. Xlitinaes
Wednestday atid ludys t :l. Sdissio Adts 25c, Childritt 13 .
New Whitney Theatre
Saturday, F ebruary 29
I KATHRYN OSTERLYANI
Supported by ANNA BELMONT and a special company of players in
"Ihe 6irI Who Looks Like me"
Seats oni sale Thiursday
Prices:-$.00. 75c, 50c, 25c
Thhnhnium 119 E. LIBERTY ST.
A.. Arbr's Pioneer Movng Plictre Theatre
Coniuauefrac,2t 10 p. m. JOE GILLARD, Prop.

CALENDAR.
Feb. 29-Special " Miclgenda" mati-
tee, New Whitney theater.
teb. 29-Womiaot League leap year
party, 8:30, -Barbor gymnasium.
Feb. -2--Catherine Oterman in "The
Gfirl That Looks Like-Me.'
Mar. 2-Soph lit dance, Barbor gym.
Mar 2-Belah Point in "Lena Riv-
Mar. g land sale, 2 to 6 o'clock, at
Newberry H1l1.
Mara6-Varsty band dance, Barbor
gyminasumn.
Mat. at-Ben Greet ctmtpnty ii "Tl-
tat Caesar"2:30 p. n.; "She Stoops to
Cotnquer,"8:is It in., University Iall.
Mlar. 23-B3en Gret cotpany it "Ro-
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
lU'niotn dittier comttiittee tmeets for
tictre at Randall's today at Ii 30.
Michigeda cast will please report t
sage etranace of teater at 12:3 today.
Prof. A. 1t. Lloyt will give at ad-
tress ott "The Relation of Rigteoutess
to Brtte Facts," i te Uitariana chtrd,
Stnday, Maccit1, at 7:30 P. in. All
'tdentis are cordills invited.
Intotcollegiate Notes.
Crnell oss has 4,640 'tudeini-.
'The ftotball tproceeds for Clordtot's
'easoti terre $,87.
T'he University of Cicagt is erect-
tng ai $30,0o auditortumt.
Aniattemtt is baeingmaise at Drake
tt alolisli secret societies.
Track work atoteed at Califtria
withltwso hutndsred cattidates.
Swetdishi is sooni to be added to the
tittierti langtages taught at Nebraska.
T'he tudets at the Uiversity of Mlit-
tesota are tytting tiganite a stttent
theater.
Htarvey, Nebraska's gtard atd etd ott
last fall's team, has beeti elected captaiti
for t90.
Purdue utniversity held a tig-of-war
as a pireliminary to the Cicag-Purdete
basketalh game
'Te University of Wasintgoni is to
tree a full four yers cotrse in ortal-
ittmthe ttny oae in the ctotuntry.
'Te chaptter of Sigmtat i, the tnatiotal
sciettifc society, at Cliftrnia has start-
edcittmpatttignt agaist rats in Ierkeley.
M\intnesot ttiversity acd a cottest
recenttly ttt decide who was the prettiest
co-etd, the mtost pouilar professor, atit
the maetiest trofessor.
Of all te colleges ii the Utited
States te per capita edowtment of Le-
landt Statnford ratks first. Michigat
standes twettyfirst othea list.
A Colutnbia student has beena suspend-
ed from gymnasiumt privileges for te
rest of the year because he shared his
tcker with Leach Cross, a local pugilist,
witotsedthela gyttasittit for two hours'
traittitag daily.

Every fashionable effect, (eve-ry color
of the season.

CAPS

CAPS

CA PS

The nattiest and most approved fash-
ion, faultless in finish, reson able and
seasonable.
Stein-R io kC oting,
Every Garment azf,. ,pae
THlE ACME OF- StLE
Styles here not to be found elsewhere
LINDENSCH'MITI, "RFEL 17CO.

HATS

Ro-
I !
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n3
The ji
is Cary. Its
fiat-tile olRly alru-
111tely I] fit clast> -garter
is the Iiri'lltoli. M1111-
oils of melt know this-iny n
them and wear thern. The Wear r t..'
is there, and they cost o111Y a <tn.irter
a pair. Remember it,
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO .718 MARKET .ST., PHILADa.
MAKERS of PIONEER SUSPENDERS

Fralimited time
we offer a good stem
wn and stem set
wthat
Warated entirely
satisfac, tory.

!-dA' I1AT5

P OY Ioml SUPPLY
SIT
I'V'o,',a

comel oniy to those who are fortified by ahottdartt
health and vigor against cold anid ex-
po~sure. Bodily warmth comes frotm
good digestion Bud good food, tnot from-
flannels and overcoats.
Shredded Whole Wheat
is the food that brings fulles t enjoy -
ment of Winter Work or play, .
because it is rich itn the. heat- 9.~
m a k i n g, muscle-building
elements and because it is
so easily digested. It gives
the litheness and suppleness
of limb that make the humnn
body a thing of power and 2 3 ,;
'beauty.
A breakfast of SHREDDED Yt~d
WHEAT .BISCUIT, with hot or
cold milk- or cream, will supply t wr
the energy for a half day's
work. TRISCUIT is the same
as Ehe Biscuit, excepE that it is sr
compressed into a wafer and issdaa-T ATfraym l ' , ~
instead of white flour bread. 'r
At all grocers. Our new
illustrated Cook Book is
sent free.
IT'S ALL IN THE SHREDS."9
THE NATURAL, FOOD CO., Niagdhia Falls, N. 'Y

I

Webb's For High Grade Candies
Iceo Cream, Fruit Ices, Punches, Sherbets, Frozen Liquid
Favors for all Occasions. Fancy Napkins and Doilies Salted
Nut Cases.
Webb's Chocolates are unsurpassed. 109 S. Mali St.

OUR LEADIERS-Espenaella and Nlero
Hiavana cigars, 5c unit toc. By the box,
$.oo anid $4.00.
BILLIARDS, BOWLING, LUNCHEBS,
CIGARS, CANDIES, TOBACCO.
.557S 5.Steto - 311 Moyged
MOE'S BARBER SHOP'
705 North University Ave.
0. A. MOL

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