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May 19, 1908 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1908-05-19

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TRt MICRIOAN DHAILYS

IT'S EASY TO
The ladder of social and busine
your garments bear evidence of soun
refined taste. But a color or a
to you, lowers your stock in other pf
First we consider your built and
then suggest becoming fabrics. NN
ments to please your purs-e.
Better drop in on your w-
AMUSEME+

C LiMBCALENDAR,
Mai o--MeNcting of Kansas club, 7:15
1)1 1° J lcton of officers.
\I Ii 2- hoech (Chateaund Cil ath-
erl,' ilustratedI lectnre in English,
Pr of.1Enitl Icho, auspices C. D. F.,
-arah )Cai-swelnogell fHll, 8 p. in.
Maly 2o-Lecture in Room 409, New
En ginering builing, by F. C. Baldwin,
it :,I p.iin. SnifO :i "The Relation
of1 the Aritecti and111 Client w 0itlh the
of 1ia 1 1 11111 11i f Bahonr ps-
;ss success when l im'uls-8.1.1
"djdmntad N lI s -fnel Phi (11111nimeetiing.
1C judgmIns an 11 ay 23 --Jn ilit11111111111atiUnioii.
design unsuited NI t I0 i"inds of 11rdVNsis," lIc-
coniplection anti in, ) 111. Nihmission free
Ve price our gar=_____________
aiy by. UNIVERSITV NOTICES
htnascliii uci tttti d Nc\Iiilii I1x1ll
\.lilltbe 1st sol I to fSitltta, Alay24.
it :3 It l1.
Istay out itat 7:30, i i e t H ll. 1Isle-Ic
N icn o f o lices tw ill be h ld. 1)Duthie .
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01A4. lse, St o tnravci tinf, itays 23.

-~ 'o SPECIAL SALE

aw .

ON TWO PIE;CE
SPRKING VTN
HENRY ( CO.
709-711 NORTH UNIVERLSITY AVENUE
dPEN EVENINGS
GENUINE
~GUYO0T
SUSPENDERS
d -i0 I i pe n odr.
Town & Country W t niale.. °
Shirtsa
Fit 'It' oe, I1 101 sergeainepairhanm 3
or7 0floa1. _ I t_ ,Ca O stot MPEDHERE c~uo
CLIIETT, PF.AO3INT&CO, llf~fozt O5C7¢ e leiteeygood hap
profTH usaby snil os.a. It
p~r OSTHEMER BROTH RS1

New Whitne,,-%y Theatre
BELL PHONE 480 HomE PHONE 200

To Care forw Hardwood Floors
The Simplest Way-the Easiest Way-the Best Way ,7
is to use Old English Floor WVix. Itlls eeonomiical, easily applied anrd
produees the ri ch, .otitied litseic sils_1 highly prized and which
cannat he obtained litoi ni oher'y
Illis beller w0aiittd it's tis dua liti a's list ino Old English Fleer ,\
Wax that pusthe 0)1ullyly hi on so .1)10fltors. \ t
Just as giod for futaranodtoticanouse it no yoar grand piana 1N
with the assranc tht it tints 'I iinjare'--but it will obliterate the
scratches aiid most heautifull%- polisht,r
"The Wax witha a e~aratee" -a
Makes your waodwiirk tick like nowad
the whateroommor1 sanitarp.
You can get i it'ee (pt upipn15F,024,11nd
8 lb.eas). 10. covers 300osquarle feet.
Came to our store anid liet us telt pots how toa
use it to make haodil to os batifI.
FOR SALE BY
C. H. Major ft. Co.
203 E. Washingtorn
'WAe believe iin tit Studenits
Their ,credit is goodti vllt is
ANN4 ARBOR GARAGE;
MlAYNdA I)STREET
AUITOMOBILEIS, MOTOR BOATS, [NGINES, STORAGE, R[IPAIRS AND SUIPPLIES I
SALE S AUELNTS FOR
ROYAL'TOURIST
THOMAS DETROIT
CA WTEC- CAR,
TOURIST, THOMAS a imd MAXWELL It, stock.

\lcois tof members.p Jcoctteo
)uir elct. or ltfti 1111oom h, gull
1 )citir Nll, Nt. p. m. tdy ~sh
Am', . lttdtts1'.) 11)1studet h p tuf rin
ihe 1S)1)er l l csndichirit tatead
of o olit Shut i Sm it est
W\I S NII:NN I'110
is e mIa l ub of11.1111rt hi li lIm"'i
dit lot rccck'c iitltyil ace1110 lti n te r-
c i-it pht-a ic xit i o n js.tV
heldat te, llic ''stoo nn }it' io,
The)1 ligitittilig it th s sesittrtio awa
I ito ionin oo.;to lito so ltt Ii-awitrd,
iart-,tI t it's fsn aid Pel-clsyl
cluris-altheiitslt clbietrdillry.,)0t
an. M07.g Ithas is ~lt t s so, -
OwSti ittthil ito() l w ih sall tarvar
-T e ll o."b lttoitc. T. -leilhr
'he To l iiiof toil)Shore' b Jme
:IluxRes bOWLIS.MNLNCH pesi-
CIGARS th, lar CAeTOacCOthr.
hionorSatle metins Ier adedad
MoE'Sw:- AIrBERCttge"SOP.
703 Noht- Drtm h ; 'S eer Sit en,"
0. Cwes arto.O

Sumxmer ED a .x c rm School
GRANGwER'S
'viry Tuay eva nict-ari n- of ill ii i f I ' I I tpit 17 stlnm er 5s110o1
(irantger's Academy (Oround IFloor Maynard Street

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Twelve Good Beakfasts
In OneSRDE UA
Package ofSRDE WHA
If you buy two packages of SI IREI)I)ED WHEAT
Biscuit for a quarter~thte regular price) ,ott have a delicious,
muscle-maaking, strength-givitnglbreatkfats for 5 cents-
more reatilnu~tinient titan is to lie foollld itnIlay other food
in the world foir the same mtoney-. It cotntains ALL, the
body-biuilding eletttets in the wh=ole wheat, made digesti-
ble hy steapm-cooking, shtredding anldhalking.
If you serve
SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT
properly you will like it bsetter tihan any oither cereal food.
IT SHOULD) ALW1AYS BE IlIEA'T I) IN THE
OVEN justenioutgh to restoire crislitesstonl flatvor.lFor
breakfast, pour hsot mlilk over it, thtettas-d a little cream
and a dash of salt. It is also dleliciottsitn conmbination
withfrutsif you like the Biscut for
oysterlorib-aofJast, s-OUill 11likeI RIS-
Osters or (Ill -thae Slhtedded Wheat
vegetaliles. W N - as1 a 'l.oast wtth hut-
is- or chteers0., for luncheon or
-Pt'' t for white
f o re a d l ai raI~ o o d C o . /
Siit a- - F-Ils, N.5, , - /

ASK TO SEE
New Fabrics
Just Received
4251 and 4395
FREDl W. -GROSS
Liberty St. and 4th Ave.
THEHARAR MEICA SHOOL
BOSTON, MASS
av~lt-lcometiofh ) i-i'iii ldit'll) ich I iil bt i1% G,
ous b'ranche osof m sdi inep o e I Ill, Ill uall i Illis n tiyeiv 1ull
hspitatilstaff r tile n o potuntisltwclnic ltol,4ti ne icite al
Ail'Ihou'iiearn ourtse. opetotiil r o r. ic~tne Il yoriithece.
ext nds tro Otobr t.t 5 1 to. ru e:.,109
The diplamealofthe University af 'Suchuan ts acceltdot tr atlamssuta d'rtall-
HIARVYARDOME1)10AL SCHtOOLIBoston Mua

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New ]Flmsr
T~zes., Thusrs. anid Sat.

IE C CMAIN TIDT

Pianist, MISS MAUDE STANTON
ILLUSTRATED SONG SOLOIST
MISS OLIVE STA1NO'~

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