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April 26, 1908 - Image 4

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THE MIC14IZA*$ DAIL~Y

Ice Cream Soda
5cents
5All flavorrs except chocolate
Chocolate Soda loc with douible
portion of Ice Cream
E. E. CLKINS, Druggist.
324 Soth State Street.
AMUSEMENTSL 1
New Witney TheatreI

SELL PHONE 480

HOMEC PHONE 200

WEDNESDAY,7 APRIL 29
Inlet lVi ujc AP si 55
America's Favorite Indoor Show
A1.G.FIELDu
GREATER
PRICES: 25c, S50c, 75c, $1.00

THURSDAY, APRIL 30
Th'le Season'sGte~t Drac matic
Success
Charles Frohin&ari
PRESENTS
J. M. BARRIE'S
! Great Fairy Play
Peter
!Pan
A First-Class Conmny of Platyers.
Prices: 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Seats on Sale Tuesday Morning.

CALENDAR.
April, 27-Vesuvius in Action,"iltts-
tratetl lecture by Prof. VW. H. Hobbs,
High School auditorium.
April 27-Senior girls' play and dance
at arbour gymnasium, 8 p. tn.
April 27-Senior girls' stunt par . I
April 2$- iThe City of Pars," i1oUg
irated lecture by Theodore W. Rot,
auspices of Cerele Dramtique I rancais,
in Sarah Cawell .Anel Dal, 8 p. m.
April 28-"Fublic Recreation," lls-
trated lecture by Graham R. Taylor. in
museum lecture room, $ p. m.
April 30-Gov. Johnson of Minnesota
on S. 1,. A. course, 8 p. in.
May 1-2-Coun1ty Fair in the gymina-
"May 5-Concert by University orchtes-
tra of 45 Pieces High School auditorium.
S. 1. Lokwood, conutr.
MIay1-Facuts cocetiIigi School
hall 8 p5M
51 y 8--"LAavre," presetel by the
Cerole Drnaique Francais, at Majstic
bheter 8 pi,
May 8-Stuents' Medical society cu-
ts riuntet in Barbour gymntasiu. A-
(re ss 1 srWalter Courney, chief sur-
geotn of Northerit'Paciic railway.
\VI KIING LOG ENTERTANS
SCHOOL O(F MUSC GIRS
'le ost ovtsel entertai nent that has
heens giscit for yeartok place last
~ight at Wasi Kink Ieo's ecop-siey
house where Mrs.Hocftiatun, of the
Schtosol of Music, gave a unique nn-
sarintinnitier, sersed in true Chitese
'style.Amuog te sue s serei were
bids-necsh yacatmietn atdlLi ung C'hii
stb'gum, and v*sariousth tler Chinese
delicacie. It was itt'htntr sf oetf
thte youug ladies of tet'Shool of .ltsic,
who its isooni to start for Cinia where
shte sill teach itt the teweCiese edt-
cationtal itstitutiotts. IBesies rs. Hof-
mantn, those preset twere : Mrs. Per
rnt Misses terrhn, Shearer, Pellowc antI
Casey.
'Te Friars of te-University of Ci
cagos sill ptblish ihlsomesnplee score of
teir oera, "The Sigt of the Double
Nasgle," which is to e giveti in May.
%W5mm tie i'tgressWetitoPIt theto"
was presenteci by the Princeton 'triangle
chibts tiColtubuts, Butffalo, antI Corell
utniversity.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
There will be a seeing of the Mutsi-
ct cltbs"Motday at 5I. it. itt Rsom 3'
Utiversity Hall. Clark.
Itdiania stae club dace will be hest
at Cosuntiry clots Wedniesday nigt, April
29. Special car will leave Ani Arbor
at 8:5tp.mit. Beeieti, Cairmat.
LOS -Mit Phi Epsilon pin; iame
ott back, Ages E. Zeller. Reward for
resrnto 5an Cutrchs street. 49-50
Lonigmtan Co., Photographers. Groups,
views, lantertn slides, adt postcards. D-
velopinig atd printing for amateurs a
specialty. This firns consists ofWil
lil-as, fortnerly wills Lyndon, Thompson,
who has had several years' experience,
andI Longmatn. 3o6 Soth State street.
Photie to.. tf
Since 189 we have made Wa ch Re-
pairing; one of our strongest features.
HaIler's Jewelry Store, 216 S. Main
street, ,e d
OUR LEADERS-Etspeiiella and Eler
Hlavanta cigars, 5c and o. By the box,

$200o atnd400.
IIILLIARDS, DOWLING, LUNCHES.
CIGARS. CANDIEIS. TOBACCO.
All S. Stu".fit Jilt mard
1VoQ os HARDER SHIP
7"3 NorEt U@ttGY Ais.
O. A. MOL

CAPS

CAPS

The nattiest and most approved fash=
ion, faultless in finish, reasonable and
! seasonable.
Stein-Rio ck Clothing
Every Garment a fashion plate
THE ACME OF STYLE
STYLES HERE NOT TO BCE FOUND ELSEWHERE
LINDENSCIIMITI, APFEL& CO.
HO AG'S
We are offering a good line of
mnediusm priced
BASE BALL. GOODS
andISHING TACKLE
H O G'S Cor. Ma~ira a..xid Wsimt
ofa atl ertieta h e si ot
a $ p r R ea b. it's a511s e}).
PIONER S iSPNE l iD Msit1 . ab s is,. Ntt4tg i t :,:t ~tiIl tl B tt
Muefa t c aulN ate NP PISREER SUSPENDER

,

HATS

HATS HATS

Every fashionable effect, every color
of the season.

CAPS

To Care for Hardood! Floors
The Simplest Way-the lohst Way-the Best Way J
is to use Old REsglish Flooatx. tt is economical, easily applied and.
produceslbhescis, susbdaued luselhichis15s0o highly prized and which
cannot he obtaintesiits aty otisr way
It ins geterwaxndstssds tis p ti6 that' put into Old English Floer
Waxthtatpsuts ths qtuity lot1) s tn ourflors.
Juts as gossd foe fsrtradvNiouvat use it on your grand piano
with the asitsine te it eCstijure--but it will obliterate the +
scratches anidsmost heau tiully aolsh,.
The Wax with at guarantee"
Makes your svodworkI loItllfe new and
the whole room osore sntary,
You can getithere(Putoup in,,qand
8.1b anst i t. n oensr- 'ssssqst-re feet.
Cometo ou tsr it 15=; slltyou how to
use illsto sksis lards .s 13floors atiful.
F.Ok ALE BY
C., H. Majoir (4 Co.
203 l;. Washligtotx
WVe believe in tts Stlilettts
Their creditisgwit5 tth sltits ;
ANN ARBOR GARAGE
MAYNARD STREET
AUTOMOBILES, MOTOR BOATS, ENGINEIS, STORAGEL, REPAIRS AND SUIPPLIES
SALES AGENTS FOR
ROY.AIL TOURIST
THOMAS. DETRO'IT
C AR T ERWCAR.
TOVR.IST, THO0MAS MAXWELL Iti stock.,

TO KEEP IN THE PROCESSION YOU HAVE TO
KEEP ON THE JUMP IN BUSINESS OR AT PLAY
This means that you must bte kepst itn the best possible
mental and physical conditiotn.'Ihis end is beat reached
thru nourishing, eaaily digested foods, combihned with rational
exercise and a careful observantee of the laws of hygeine.
SHREDDED WHEAT is rich inthtie proteids that repair
waate tissue and the elentents that btuid te perfect human
body, it contains all the nutritive, strengcth-given muaterial itn
the whole wheat, made digestible bsy steuts cooking, shredding
and baking.
A treakfast of uS nun;D Et 55WHEAT'S 1 'x i 't '. It s ilkor ra i
sply tihe energy tisr a iahadys 'woik l lS 0i . I i '( icase Bis uitia e x-c
oftwhite flour sreit. ht ovis.

"TS ALL IN THE SHRrDS"
THE NATURAL FOOD COMPANY, Niagara

Falls, N. Y.

L

* a ,. -

New F iflms
TresThxxrs. and Sat.

TH MCASINOW~

Pianist, MISS MAUDE, STANTON
ILLUSTRAT'ED) SONG SOLOIF
MISS OLIVE STANTON~

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