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May 06, 1908 - Image 4

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_______________________________ 'IR ICI4GAI DAIL.Y _____________________

3O Days
for you
To try a Razor at our expense. Either
the famous Carbo Magnetic or the;
Gillette Safety will be loaned to you.
Ask us about It
1E. E. CALKINS, Druggist.
324 south State Stiet.
AMUSEM ENTS
New Whitney Thieatre
D LPHONE 480 HOME PHONC 200
*%ri'ida , ay 8 Matinee and Night
TilE SEASON'S GREATEST 'GIRL SHOW
HMARRY KELLY
IN THlE BIG MUSICAL SUCCESS
"HIS HONOR THE MAYOR"
WITH
TRIXIE rRAGANZA BODY DAKR.LY
L OLA LEIB HUGH F IrAY
75-People Mostly Pretty Girls--75
Ann Arbor is the only stop between New York and Chicago,
where this company goes to the AUDITORIUM for the sumnlner.
IGHT PRICES:-35c, $Oc 75c, $1.00, $1.50
MATINEE ,PRICES:-25c, .50c, 75c, $1.00
SEATS GO ON SALE .WEDNESDAY MORNING
To Care for Hardwood Floors
The Simplest Way-the Easiest Way-the Best Way ,
ito use Old Eglish Floor wax. It is economical easly appled and ~
produces the rich, subdued lustre which is so highlyprized and which
cannot be obtained in any other way.
It is btter wax and it's this qaaliiy that's put inod Engish Fler
Wax that puts the quality look on your floors
utas god for furiture and you can ;use it ii your grand piano
with the astrance that it cannot injure-but It will bit rae the'
scratches and most beautifully polish,b-
Atzh axivria ltteaaete
Makes your woodwork look like new and-
the whole room more sanitary
You can gel it here tput up in , 2, 4, and
8 lb. tas). I t. covers 300 square feet.
Come to our store and lot us tell yu how to
use it to makehardwood itoors beautiful.
FOR SALE BY
C. H ~Or E.CO.}
We believe ilil teStudents_
Their credit is good with ns

~ANARBORIGARAGEA
AUTOMBIL6, W~IT~i OR'TS, ENGINES, STORAGE, REPAIOS AND SUPPLIES
SALES AGENTS FORn
ROYALTOUVRIST -a
TEMMALS DETROT
% CA WTEAL C0jL
TOVItJOT, THOM~bAS d~f4 MAX WELL In stook., I

CALENDAR.
.May 7-"ThteIDeelopment of Wash-
tngtot, tce Capital City," Charles Moore,
lecture rooot physics laboratory, 85 p. ttn,
No admission.
May y.7-F'Acltr concert, '1-~gh Sool
bhall, 8 p. to,
MayY 7-"L'Avare," a lectre it Eng-
fish, ly Prof. Moritz Lei, aspices of
Cerce Dramnatique Fratcais, Tappan
Hall lectttre rottm, 4 p. t. Admission
free.
May 8-"L'Asare,' presetted by tle
Cercle lDrattatiqteFratcais, atIMaestic
theaer, 8 pItt.
May 8-Stttdetts' Medical soeety et-
tertainmett itt Barbor gytttasittm. Ad-
dress by Dr Walter Cotrttney, chief sr-
geotn of Nortlternt Pacific railway.
May -_o-"Frenclt Arclitecttre," illis-
trated leturee iy Prof. Emtil Lorc, ans-
picers Cerce lDrataatittte Francais, Sarah
Castwell Atgell hall, 8 p. t.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Jtttior lit aselall teatt retort at fair
grossnds at 3:30 tis aftertoott
Ali y tltg stmtett ttet'tat gymtti'lsrs-
say at' olock; eletots l=krtsudt.
'Ile et tmeetig of tie Scatditnaians
club will be held Thursday at 7 s. m.
Electiotsofof(ticers
All marine engineers who went on
Detroit trip April 25 come to Room 321,
NetwEtgineering bilditg, today.
Retresenttatiessof ts' arios las-
guag Clubls are reqested to stares at 4
so'cssck rriday, it Room g, TappanaIiall.
I';suits R. Johttson.
Associattetmbers of Cercl Dramta-
tiqtuerFrantcaisalo Iaetot obtite
reservedi seato for "LAare" are re-
sisestes tis sdt so today, 4 to 6 p. tm., at
WVat's. IBring tmemblershistieks.
''hsose sshotshase sats reservedl for test
ame askesd tsalIfo samte tssda~y.
NOTICE3
Attentiont of class, oianAf ono ansI
trans treasurers is again called to their
ills for relresentation in te ioS Mich-
tasesia. 'These sotld he settlesi at
otte. Asdsress tso8 Micligasetsiat.
Kososmt t, Attt Aror Press Blg. Office
housr, i to 2 p. tt. daily. J. XW. Me-
Cattdless, Butsitess Msaa~ger tf
Nosy is tetimhoe to ae yor roons
papered, decorated or panted. We are
amakittg special Iprices. Your credit is
gsod. C. H. Maor & Co. Both phones
237. tf
Private itstruction in cenistry._ 631
S. tIngalls St. s, totf
Amnatesur Photographers Notice-Tank
developttaett gets best reslts. II oar it.
Lyndson od-f
Lonagttaan Co, Photographers. Group,
.vesws, lanttertn slides, atd postardo. D-
velopitng atd prittitg for atatero a
specialty This firm consists of Will-
iats, formerly with Lyndon. Thompoot,
swho has ad several years' experience,
and Lontgtman 36 Soth State street.
Photte o. tf
See our complete line of Michigan
pins, fobs and souvenirs. uller's
Jewelry Store, 216,S. Main street. od
NOTICE-Class teats and fratersi-
ties can save money. by getting ther
baeball supplies at Cushigs. tf

HATS

HATS HATS

Every fashionable effect, every color,
of the season .

CAPS

CAPS

CAPS

The nattiest and most approved fash=
io6, faultless in finish,, reasonable and
seasonable.
Stein-Rio ckClothing
Every Garment a fashion plate
THlE A{CME,.OPF STYLE
STYLES HERE NOT TO BE FOUND ELSEWHERE
LINDIBNSCIIMITT, APFEL & CO.
HOAG'S
Wfe are offering a good linse of
mxediu~m priced
BASE BALL GOODS
arnd FISHING TACKLE
IH A "4Cor. Main sh nd Wa.shingtolm y

lor

s ey. It's 5'. . " pssresi lk sets,
flt-ir ony ~' .- Thes' paternss are
1 eyfl t apgarer newto,exlsivs'-vari-
isth Bihtn.hji . g 5 e 4 ety enoutghsto satiafe
ais a ~ ko-ilsby s' eserylsosy. All ametal parts
thesmianssdsswerthsem. Thsolsteare arc of heavy nstele-plated brass.
is tisere, atnd they csa st ny a quas~rer If rosssealner can't stupp~ly yosu, a
a plair. Rememtbser st, paterstivthe senttuSponreceipt stf price.
PIDtIEERSUSPtNDSR COn.718MAKT'ST., PHILiiiA. i NOETRAAGEi FOeR NSOiME HOLIDAY SSIEUa
L. MAKtRS or PiIONERStUSPtNDERS

U

Twelve Good Breakrasts
In ,One
Package of
If cau buy two packages of SHREDDED WHEAT
Biscuit for a quarter(the regular price lyon have a delicious,
muscle-making, strength-giving breakfast for S cents-
more real tnutritnent thatn is to be found in any other food
in the world fist the sanmemntey. It contains ALI., the
body-building elenments in the whole wheat, made digesti-
ble by steam-cooking, shredding anld bakitng.
If you serve
SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT
properly you will like it better than any other cereal food.
IT SHOLTLI) ALWAYS BE HEATED JN THE
OVEN just enough to restore crispness and flavor. For1
breakfast, pour hot milk over it, thetn add a little cream
and a dash of salt. It is also delicious in combination
ci reamed If you like the Biscuit for
Oteamed breaifast, you will l ike T R IS-
oegtaes.orC U I'---he Shredded Wheat

I

Students are always wet-
comse at mur stores. Read
the papers, rse phones,
smoke, meet youtr friends.
We try to treat you right.

tee or cheese, for luncheon or
mint meal, as a sub-
stilsite for white 0:,,
floutr bread.
lhI4e alraIlFood Go./
S Niagara Falls, N. . I, %/iK/

I

. I I - -

Now F'*1mrn
Tises., T1. %r. &nd Sat.

F.-I LE C A$I- NO

Pianist, MISS MAUDE STANTON
ILLUSTRATED SONG SOLOIST
MISS OLIVE STANTONN

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