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March 25, 1908 - Image 4

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TIII MrCHIfGAWIDAILY' _

ice Cream Soda'
5 cents
All flavors except Chocolate
Chocolate Soda 10c with double
portion of Ice Creamn
E. E. CALKI NS, Druggist.
324 South State Street.
AMUSEMENTS
Always a Refined Entertainment for the Entire Family
SELECFTED ACTS FOR THIS WEEK
Iysterioxs Crucible
Yo ith rdc of the Magie Kettle -You will see
ii bilea1iser on a cake of icc', iake snow and strow ball the
aii cc i etc.,detc.c truly a wonteerful creation.
6-- Other Furn Making Ntmbers-6
Also Edward Kellie, of
Are Vosi A i Nlson, famre. A $1.50 Star at Majestic prices
r.,ee ber the Elk's Benefit
Tttcsday Night, March 24
R 3BRVE YOUR SEATS BY P'HONE
P ICES: i --sI1ae, 25C, 3O0C, 3$i. tBox5Sieais Soc..Mtineies~
ly m .:10i. Arlri'ix'rroniAiut25c.Chlreni Ise.

CALENDAR.
l~r 5Atrnrre-Geeral Wiade Ellisi
addres aI ft Retublicani clilife
metiing" 8 p 111., Scott's danrcig rad-
Mar. 26-1eiriero Cromtanr in "Te
\ciw Mrs Loring"
Mai r6-Settir egineer aqtatxi
iciga li Urniroir cubhouirse, 6:30 p. Ii.
liar. 27-Jaries ODonniell Bennett,
drarmartic critic for te Chicago Record-
H1craldixwiiilecture xiii"Richard M~as-
fiedtire Actor andthtieSar," ii Sarah
Ca swel Anigell Hall.
"dat. 27-1Lectre errl'fie Mkig of
Iitraturrc"ty Charles Wh~litig Baker,
mainat~gintg editor of Engineering News.
Mitric28-Juiorii banqxuet andnca! r
1arbur gymniasiumrt.
Mar28-J tt Kaeliek, violinist, Nei
WitneIiiy theater.
Miar. 28-Juniioreit iisuer antIdarte,
inora, ai Barbrour gymr, 79:30 p. Il.
kila. 3-Atpril 3--Frry leturies. Hutgi
Black,tD.D.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
rrunior r i ii Scctini1illmet nii
Room itiC, Uivrityi Ha ll at 5 ro'lic
The tirn of teliorii i l iitre rs
lciixchanged fromi7:30 t71)Pi, -ii
tth re ill he 'a meeingii"oif tiejno
grstoday at- + p. . i nix iRomtC, lii-
i x, 1 x llal L itstc tc i l lx
J ,cisiiiCoruintyicbhil u n r seening
:It 32 EastJefferxonistreet'xxai,Ir'.
Jr lx cxxiii xbanqeturn.iI F ir~ia t8 . mi.
\'icig Unii ion iriirxclbthouse. 'Iicket irxis
c hadxfi I iN tier,IlRhoxadeis,GCnritand
Al canidairiticslfo' runtpheenginecer hase~-
l llterunmeet i n t ip-yroomrr of te
gnlsu tis ieveingit at 7 o'clok.
Therecwill b ie axieturing f tie 'I-
peraniice lRsrc lubit hunt''irday'night
/_to7: - t NciNiilixiriHIlli. Alrdesirig
toi ciiierthe catiit g contesitmusit le
Clasis-ide'iiirinntso fxiedri iiigt
benefi tics to diitiuteyeterdaxrs
wxi llisecllaWarsi-xi b Nxie tweenriccit8
surd o ai. oi.nr lbetweenittand 2 piim.
cANOl",S-._-rp ipostal irephoneIwott-l~
C'. KII, 1371"F.il11am. anrdisxrrrxe
hy Inian Girl ircanos iare best. 120J.
Sitter 1858 we ave made r t-a h Re-
pairinig one of our strongest fneatres.
I-aller's Jewelry Store, 216 S ain
street. ed
Ii inning & Koche foe rievelr repairing
lishinrg tackle of aiii kindrs. 23tf
See our comrpete ling of Michigan
pins four arid soveirs. I-aler's
jeiwery Store, 216 S. Main street. eod
Yountgs hats-"none etie riadi"-
iii sale hr Alien, Main street. 30-
'ley the 00013 BOARD at Mrs.
LauraxiHones', 61r Churrchi St. 27-32
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT
If a $ per day guarantee interests you1
ee M. Phelps at Jolliffe & Kizriler's
over Co-op, Stale street. f
Undrer anti hosiery fire rntott
sal bl lcn in Viiistreet 305
* I JNCPI S
DE1LIVEYRED

Phlone Bell 892 or
Home 951"
101-LIARDOS, BOWLING, LUNCHES,
ICrARS, CANDIES, TOBACCO.
:2 S. State - 31t Maynard
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
706 North University Ave.
O. A. MOE.

HATS

HATS HATS

Every fashionable effect, every color
of the season.

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ewWhitney Theatre
SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 28
iCVR'AIN - _-__-------_ ----:00 P. M. Sbisr-p
DANIEL lF'ROHMAN PRESENTS
TH'E EMINEGNT VIOLINIST
ASSISTED BY
M' li. Berthe Roy, Herr Ludwick Schwab,
SOL.O PIANIST ACCOMPANIST
PRICES

The nattiest and most approved fash=
ion, faultless in finish, reasonable and
seasonable.
Stein-Rio ckClothing
Every Garment a fashion plate
THE ACME OF STYLE
STYLES HERE NOT TO BE FOUND ELSEWHERE
LINDENSCHMITT, APFEL & CO.
For a limited time
we offer a good stem
wind and stem set
Warranted entirely
\ t rsatisfactory.
- __ 11A'S HOME SUPPLY
W flxt-theiittiyxtsni- Tire ateros ae
lae t laaspigarer , unexelusre-;rr
ithe hrigirtoi. 3li i- 'i' 2" ripy noughr in siii
is there, anthiey cas stlya r t ec I -oure dele un't sppy ,rr ta
a pair. Remoember it. parc'nr II bsntcii onirptcenipiof pii ii
PIlOiNEERSUPEDE CI 7tt MAKET ST., PIMtA.. N EXTRA CHARGEFIt HADSMtE HOLIAY BOtES
MEaRS OF PINEt SUSPENEtS
You Cannot Get Strength from
unless you supply ma-
terial for repairing~
muscular waste-for
replenishing the energy /
expended. The human
engine must have fuel.
Strength comes from '
a nitrogenous food $t
that is easily digested.
SHREDDED WHOLE WHEAT
ts mch in the proteids that repair the
daily waste of tissue and nerve force.
It contains all the body-building ele-(
ments in the whole-wheat grain, made
digestible by steam-cooking, shred-
ding and baking.
No process has ever een devised that v, il1 make
oata or Corn as nutriios or as easily degesed as
whole wheat-the food of te homan race for
4,000 years.L
A breakfast of SHREDDED WHEAT BI-
CUIT with ht rcoald milk or cream wilt
supply the energytfor a whole day's wrk-
TRISCUITi sthe same asthe Biscuit, ecept
that it is compressed into a wafer atd is
used as a TOAST for ay meal, Instead of
The Natural Food Co.
NIAGARA FALLS, N. . "ITS ALL IN THE SHREDS"

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lPARQ VET 1st 4 Rotwa ------------------------------
Netleawa- - - -
Non eats- - -- -
BALCONY tt4 Rat---wa$1.50--- Next 3 Roars----
Las 6 Rows-T----?5---- --------GALLERY------
Seats go ont sate Thursay .toratlag, 10o'clock

$2.00
.$1.00
_$1.50
_$1.00
_$1.00
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BENEFIT *PERFORMANCE
TO AID STUDENTS CHARGED WITH RIOT
TCESNOW ON SALE
MAJESTIC THEATRE
FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1908. Price $1.00
GET BUSY

Webb's For High Grade Candies
Ice Cream, Fruit Ices, Punches, Sherbets, Frozen Liquid
Favot's for alt Occasions. Fancy Napkins and Doilies Salted
Net Gases,
Webb's Chocolates are Unsurpassed. 109 s. Maim St.

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