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THE MIC HIGAN DAILY
CALENDAR.
Mar. 4-Taft Republican cubh'smoke, ATSc
/I r E l3aet ar. -Raugs from Rcines "A
ro aqu,' by rof. Andre Reiat de Every fashionable effect, every color
3'4 uspien f er Is rsoatqe of the season.
pt. di. n~fre
Neauberey I o atCA PS CAPCA Sw
Mar 6-'v'rsty anddaneBarbour
THE NEWEST INo TOWN gynasium'.
Mar. -Fresh-Soph meet. The nattiest and most apoe ah
Mar. - TiheCollege Widow,' moati- ion,- faultless in finish, reasonable and
Made as you'd tmake theme yourself. Different from star. 9- -Little Johnny Jones."seonb.
the cndie tha youhave een uyin andbeMar. Mao-Lecture by Bliss Knapp, in
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall, tinder Uni
vest hita cc oity s St i - l ck (lot.hiiig
A rew &Kpren xst inMXar. "13-Stetsons "Uncle Ton'
Cabin.'
MaE-vrit m13.veyGamn a fashion plate
324 Suth State Street. Union clubhouse. 0 H A M F~ STYLE
Mar. 20-ITe PrsaxPrne, Styles here not to be found elsewhere
lecture by Prof. Louis oiseaux, of C-
iutinbia university, auspices of Cercle
Aia M2 ~ A riqu rt egiment of Illinois LIND ENSCIIMIT, APFEL & CO.
Mar. 2-ent Greet company in "Jt-
is Caesar," 2:30 p. in.; "She Stoops to For a limited time
Contuer," 8:15 p. ti., University Hall. g we offer a good Stem
'Mar. 23-Ben Greet company in ':Ro- widan te e
ALWAYS LOOK FOR MAJESTIC PENNANT tWo ad Jtliet."wn ndse e
Mar. 25-Address by Attorney-Gn-wtha
For the Entire Week cral \ade Eli, under aspice'; of Taft .!
COMlrMENC1ING Republicni cltb, 8 p. nm..89
M K Mar. -6-Henrietta Crosnan in 'The Warranted entirely
M . New Mrs. Lring." .
IIAJESIC s I ar. 28-Jan Kbelick. violinist, New satisfactory.
ITHEATRE~'5,.. Whitney theater. . HOA'S BIOE[ SIII'V
The, following Attraiinnt will be SOR[
Presented: OIE
L=-Overtusre.+
2.-We0noaxa..ftb Franis 'oi ds gieesile so ests There will t a jnior lit smoer Fl at Clasp Garters
3.- am<alyl. Laeckay.. PrimanaCeiidenn. decluhlotse Friday ighty
.-Don ft Mae Gordon. Trio. 0; ails Nvelty tcylists report at 4:15 today. Matager.-Dmcniae anfehlt'rck emfrsd estgns ofeonewpe, p hn'e s
S.-Vaienore. Iii',tinoital Mimic. The Edtcational clui will 'meet otfSweb.All mtal parts hevy nckel.
6.-The Danoina DeMutha'i. crotesqueWirii~wnd Dane rs oclock tonight, Room 6, Tappan Hal. FAT Au e. plated brass, cannot rust 2k. a pair,;
7.Te iade amiy ,i41iiii'ii ,, Isenior lit, meti RoomC ni CAA-OLSP SILK IIeaesobyml -
8.-Majeatiecope. ~~~ersity B al, at 4:a5 today; important POERSSEDRC.
and meet Wedestay night at Ic- 718 Market Street Philadelphia
PI C E :$.-F,seniiiig. o.25e, 30c, Ss. sBosSeatis 30 . M1atine';s hlitla:'Hal fur last rehearsal preceding ratiii!o icPwr n e'n 1
WediedaytndiiSurdays ai 230. Admsesion Adults 25c. ChildeitiISa. daice; 7 P. il.___________________________________________
1-lAR THE MCHIGENI3A HITS I, T ~ WD T f%'

ill this week at the ITneatorium, East
FOR SALE-Trombone, cheap. J. C.
ft ' w h it Be T eat 2,e W atts. 331 h. Liberty St. 12-14
FO)R SAtE-A mmbntr. of dental in-
Sattarday, Mar. 7 Monda.y, Mar-. 9 ;trnicitts in good condition,. Inquire
Matinee and Night The Greatest Musical Hit 'Melr. tt, Michigan union. 11-I2
~ ~ ,t)ST-A gold filigree bracelet, either
t?~~ **+~ *+* ~f~f Vi flfl. at M "ciigend a or in street car, Wednles-
da.Phone 251: 11-12
I E NRY WSAVAG EOF-L S - -
LIII[E VACATION ABROAD.
Earn your way. Opening for five good
IJOhNNY mnn niiors or those who can stay five
m aonths preferred. For informnationi see
J N~ R.'&. Church, erg S, Tb yer fit. to-ti'
Souvenir edition of X1iehigendg songs
~- B Y GEo. A AE . yFS O NO6 S bdnd with an autograph' fours-page i11-
M MIrt U SI1C set, at Root's about Thursday. Price,
n1Id 1 $zoo. Edition limited; numbered copies
0 S f reserved for all wh sign the book at
Matinee-1-25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 .N 0 I S [ Rot's Music House. 11-14
Nght--35c, 50c, 15c9 $1.00, $11.50 rites-35c; 50c, 75c, $1;00, $1.50
Bowlers like to have long
"rn-a-ways,' Ours are
21 feet--5 feet longer
bhan regulatton.
Webb's For High GradeCale
BILLIARDS. BOWLING, LUNCHUB.
Ice Cream, Fruit Scent, Punches, Sherbets, Frotnn LiquidCIA ,CNIS. OB C.
Favors for all Occasions, Fancy Napkins and Doilies Salted CIGASLAND .Sis OBACO
Nut Casts,AMS t/ 3#Iji4.
MfOE'S DAI1SERt sHoF
Webb's Chocolates are Unsurpassed. 109S. kM.wa'St. 765N.rm Unlve"iiyAV,*. L

W 1111 LAx J'j10-
Come' only to those who are fortified by abunda,1t
health and vigor against cold and ex-
posure. Bodily warmth comet from
good digestion and good food, not from
flannels and overcoats.
Shredded Whole Wheat
is the fo~od. that brings fullest enjoy-
ment of Winter Work or play,
because i t is rich in the heat-
it a g, muscle-building
elements, and bcause it is
so, eisily digested. It gives
the litheness and suppleness
of limb that make the humasn.
body o thing of power and
beauty.:

A breakfaat' of 'SHREDDED
WHEAT= BISCUIT, with hot or
'14 }ink or'creatn, will supply
the e.p for, *. half day's
work. -TRISCUI T,. #w@ps
AS the Biscuit, except that ititi
compressed into a wafer and is
used "aa TOAST, for any meal
,jzaslad of white flour bread.
At all grocen, "04rIw nrw
illustrated Cook Book. is
gnt free.
",IT'S., ALL IN THE SJJEflSV"
TFWE NAT URAL FOOD CO., Niagara

Falls, N. Y.

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