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May 22, 1908 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1908-05-22

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MERRY WIDOW
SUNDAE
EAT THE HAT
E. E. CALKINS, Druggist.
324 South State Street.
AMUSE M ENTS

New Whitney Theatre
BELL PHONE 480 HOME PHONE 200

CALENDAR.
.\tay 22-Prof. Victor C. Vaughan will
add~res Sigma Xi on "The Chemistry
of the Living Cell,' west amphitheater,
Medical building, 8 p. m.
Mlay 23-" Leap Year" party, auspices
of Woman's League, in Barour gym-
nasiutn, 8 p. n.
May 27-Judge E. Finlay Johnson,
one of the supreme justices of the Phil-
ippines, speaks. at open meeting of Taft
Republican club, Scott's academy, 8Sp. m.
May 3-Omega Phi open meeting,
May a3-Junior lit banquet at Union.
May 28-"Twelfth Night," presenta-
tion by Mrs. William Hofmann with a
cast of Uoivrsity students, Majestic
theater, 8:15 p. m. Seats on sale daily
at Water's
June a2t-Catholic Students' club dance
arid reception.
UNL$IVtTY NOTICES
CANDIDATES FOR UNION oFFIcES
For president-W. W. Merritt, 'o8,
II J CLOgle.07,d'091.
o; FN Smith, '8, 'om; M M
Kcena oce
Literary vicepresident-H. A. Bund-
sctu, '09; J. F. Wurz, 'o; J. K. Wat-
kins, 09
Engieering vice-pesident-S. J. Da-
vison, 'og; H. A. Treat, 'og; M. 3.
Quinn, '09.
Law vice-president-Floyd Olds, 'og;
Dan J. Heyfron, '09; W. A. Herbruck,
Medic vice-president-G. 1. Fox, '09;
Stanley Cox, 'io; A. H. Giddings, 'to.
Phatmic, dental, and homceop vice-
presidei -A. B. Smith, 'ogh; R. R.
Mellon;, 'o9h; L. W. Doxtator, 'o9d.
IIOX%'ARE YOU GOING TO
SPEND YOUR VACATION?
W'hy not by writing insurance for the
Grand Old Quaker Company, the Penn
\luttual Life Insurance Company of
Philadelphia, Pa. Our policies are un-
surpassed. We offer liberal contracts
to agents. It will cst you nothing-to
snake inquiry. Locate anywhere in 'ich-
gan. Geo. L. Bal, General Agent, 48
McGraw Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 7-2
The new stock ties in all shades, at
Allen's. 70-eod
See our complete line of Michigan
pins, fobs and souvenirs. Haler's
lewelry Store, 2i6 S. Main street. eod
Genuinie 1oleproof sox. Wagner &
CO. State St. 70-5
We carry full line of extreme cut, tail-
r waist trousers, at Allen's. 70-codl
ear the latest sng hits and see a
'1ood( shosv at the-Theatoriuim. f
Knee-length, no sleeve, union suits.
Henry & Co., N. University. 71-3
Saice 1858 we havesmade Va tA Re-
pairing one of our strongest fatres.
Haler's Jewelry Store, 216 S. Main
street. ed
First showing of men's straw hats.
Wagner & Co., State St. 70-5
Soft collar shirts-large assortment to
select from. Henry & Co., N. Univer-
siy. 7-3
Our stores will be open Sun-

days this year for saie ofj
candies, tobaccos, etc., and
Sunday papers,
BILLIARDS, BOWLING, LUNCHES,
ClGARS, CANDIES, TOBACCO.
tlz S. State - SflMayrd
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
"O5 xVv~kutsity AWS
0. A. YOB.

HATS

HATS HATS

Every fashionable effect, every color
of the season.

CAPS

CAPS,

CAPS

The nattiest and most approved fash-
ion, faultless in finish, reasonable and
seasonable.
Stein-BlockClothing
Every Garment a fashion plate
THE ACME OF STYLE
STYLES HERE NOT TO BE FOUND ELSEWHERE
LINDENSCHMITT, APFEL & Co.
HOAG'gS
We are offerirg a good line of
medium priced
BASE BALL GOODS
arnd FISHING TACKLE
HOAG'S, Cor. Mmin snd Wavwsngtoa
faye 1'ru e Mar
-. BRIGHTON
Flat Clasp Garters
for solid comfort. The newest shades
and designs of one piece, pure sil.-
web. All metal parts heavy nickel-
plated brass, cannot rust. 25c. a pair,
all dealers or by mail.
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO.,
718 Market Street Philadelpa
MAkers of Pieer spnders
Twelve Good Breakfasts Pcaeo
ICCn OneSBREDDED WHFAT
If you buy two packages of SHREDDED WHEAT
Biscuit for a quarter(the regular price)you have a delicious,
muscle-making, strength-giving breakfast for j cents-
more real nutriment than is to be found in any other food
in the world for the same money. It contains ALL the
body-building elements in the whole wheat, made digesti-
ble by steam-cooking, shredding and baking.
If you serve
SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT
properly you will like it better than any other cereal food.
IT SHOULD ALWAYS BE HEATED IN THE
OVEN just enough to restore crispness and flavor. For
breakfast, pour hot milk over it, then add a little cream
and a dash of salt. It is also delicious in combination
witruits If you like the Biscuit for
creame breakfast, you will like TRIS-
oysters CU IT-the Shredded Wheat
vegetables. Wafer-as a Toast with but-
ter or cheese, for luncheon or
any meal, as a sub-
stitute for white
flour bread.
ThNralfoodco.

To Care for Hardwood Floors
The Simplest Way-the Easiest Way-the Best Way
is to use Old English Floor Wax. It is econornical, easily applied and
prduces the rich, subdued lustre which is st highly prized and which
cannot he otaised in any other way.
wtis better waxeand its this quality that's put into Old English Floor
Wax that puts the quality lush on your floors.
gust as good for furniture and you can use it on your grand piano
with the assurance that it cannot injure-hilt it will ebhiterate~th t
scratches and most beautifully polish.
"The Wax with a uarantee
Makes your woodwork look like new and
the whole room more sanitary.
You can get it lire (put up in , 2,4, and
s$ts. cans). zIDl. covers 300 squareftet.k
Come to our store and let us tell you how to
use it to make hardwood floors beautiful.
FOR SALE BY
C. H. Major t& Co.
203 E. Washington
We believe in the Students
Their credit is good with us
ANN ARBOR GARAGE,
MAYNARD STREET
AUTOMOBILES, MOTOR BOATS, ENGINES, STORAGE, REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES U
SALES AGENTS FOR
ROYAL TOVRIST
THOMAS DETROIT
CAR T;E. CAKR
TOURIST, THOMAS sand MAXWECLL Ift stock.

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NSw Filmo
eues., Thur. and Sat.

T A R3 N O,0

Pianist, MISS MAUDE STANTON
ILLUSTRATED SONG SOLOIST
MISS OLIVE STANTO0

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