THE MICHIGAN DAILY
The proposal to lease the three
roads which have been controlled by
tthe New York Central through stock;
oweship was made with a view to
effecting economy of operation, as the
(By Associated Press) New York Central proposes to pay a
yearly rental equivalent to 50 per cent
ALBANY, N. Y., Sept. 29.-Stock- of the outstanding stock of the Michi-
holders of the New York Central rail- gan Central and 10 per cent of, the
road meeting heer yesterday voted in outstanding capital stock of the Big
favor of increasing the capital stock Four, which is the nickname of the
by $100,000,000 and of leasing the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St.
Michigan Central, the Big Four and Louis road. A relatively small amount
the Chicago, Kalamazoo and Saginaw of the stock of these railways is out-
railways for a 99-year term. standing, it is understood.
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Cashclassifiedis receiveda at the Daily offce
inl Thle P ress Bild (1ing 0O1i ayVn ard Street.
Special standardized rates given on applica-
FOUND-Automatic Pencils which we
sell at a low figure, $.50 to $1.50 that
work as well and last as long as the
best. Rider's Pen Shop. tfU
O N campus or off campus, rain .
or shine, night or day, a Stetson is 1
thle smartest hat and the longest lived.
Styled for young men
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Identify the aristocrat
of pens by this
;+. white dot
Dad, too, buys this pen
for economy's sake
The cheap and uncertain pen costs much more in
the lone, run. The Lifetime* is the pen of no re-
pair costs. So accurately is it built, and so un-
failingly does it perform, that we unhesitatingly
guarantee it without reservations whatsoever.}
And because it is also a beautiful pen, built of
enduring green Radite, it is a pride of stu4ent-
dom-and a coveted possession always. Spot
it by the dot-at better dealers everywhere.
Price, in green or black, $8.75. Student's special, $7.50. Pencil, $4.25
Blue Label Leads-fifteen, cen
S.krip is the bet ink for-all founainenas
HPENS PENCILS - SKRIP
W. A.SHEAFFER PEN COMPANY
FOR RENT-Pleasant front suite, al-
so front single room. 736 So. State.
Phone '21777. 4-5-6
VERY desirable front room for two
persons. Convenient locaiton. Call
anytime"at 1204 Oakland. 4
FOR RENT-One single at $3.00; small
suite, $6.00, double, $4.50 single. 600
E. Kingsley. 4
ROOM for rent at 309 So. 12th. One
half block from campus. Write co
Dr. Stryker or call 9610. 4-5-6-7
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SWI M AN
Jo0 reig Quality
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FOR RENT-Suite of rooms, men,
twin beds, study room. 330 Maynard,
NICE double front room at 801 Gran-
ger. One block from Ferry Field.
Dial 21425. 3-4-5
ROOMMATE WANTED for man in a
large front room. 425 S. Division.
ONE LARGE SUITE for two, three or
four boys. Very cheap. 301 N.
State. Phone 8747. 3-4
FOR RENT-Room for one man in
nicely furnished suite. Steam heat.
Dial 8544. 422 E. Washington.
ROOM-Single or double, southeast
section. 1515 Brooklyn Ave. Phone
ROOM-Campus, 811 E. Huron. A
double room on first floor, private
entrance, your price. 2-3-4
FOR RENT-One comfortable suite,
two blocks from campus, for two
students. Equipment and room prac-
tically new. Also three roommates
wanted. Call 8167 or 917 E. Huron.
FOR RENT-Suite, $8; double room,
$6; one and a half blocks from cam-
pus. 612 Hill St. Phone 6637.
TWO very pleasant double rooms for
men, $7.50 per week for two or $6
for one at 1002 Cornwell Place.
Phone 3138. 2-3-4
FOR RENT-Large room, will rent
single or double: 425 S. Division.
GRAPE JUICE and sweet cider. Call
R. E. Wagner. Telephone 9534 or
FOR SALE-5 tube tuned radio, Fre-
quency Radio, $35.00. 333 E. Ann.
FOR SALE-Remington standard type-
writer; practically new; price $40.
Call evenings from 7 to 9. 1108
Prospect St. Phone 6810. 3-4-5
FOR SALE-Ik is the life blood of
your Fountain Pen. You will always
get the right kind at Rider's Pen
Shop. We sell no ink substitutes or
kinds which clog your pen and makeI
it useless. Your pen and ink spe-
cialist knows. tf
FOR SALE-Good 'Cello and Ludwig
snare drum in excellent condition.
522 S. 4th Ave. Dial 6430. 2-3-4
LOST-All desire to promote highly
colored pens, necessarily made of
celluloid, at a great sacrifice of sta-
bility to attract the eye and assist
the advertising. Our pens are made,
almost without exception of PURE
VEGETABLE GUM RUBBER, the
most stable material ever found for
fountain pens. Rider's Pen Shop.
WANTED--Students to sell fastest
selling life insurance on market.
Write to B. N. Garrod, Whittaker,
FEMALE HELP WANTED-A nation-
al firm with local olice near the
campus needs a capable woman to
act as hostess-maybe some simple
clerical work; suitable part-time art-
rangement. Phone 9592 Saturday
after 1 P. M. 4-5
WANTED--Roommate to share large
front room. 1216 E. University Ave.
YOUNG MAN to help about house and
yard for his room. American. Call
mornings or after 6 P. M. 1014
WANTED--Suite or double room for
two in quiet home with shower, near
campus. Box 113. 4
WANTED-Student's wife as assistant
in dental office. Hourse reasonable.
Call 7380. 3-4-5
SITUATION WANTED-Cooks, color-
ed couple want situation; can plan,
buy, and do own pastry work in Fra-
ternity or Sorority. Can sleep in or
out. Phone Dial 2-1109. 3-4-5
GARAGE--Near Wells and Lincoln.
Call Reichart. Phone 3768. 3-4
WANTED-Musicians for dance or-
chestra. Apply 1108 Hill St. be-
tween 3 and 5 P. M. 2-3-4
WANTED--Students to know that we
have a $5.00 pen which is unequalled
at the price. Call for Wahls new
$5.00 pen, any style of point and in
three colors Hard Rubber Holders.
Rider's Pen Shop. tt
WANTED-Experienced colored cook
for a Fraternity. Home made bi-
cuits and pastries. Dial 7726.
ROOM MATE wanted by a Senior law
in suite in good location. 429 S. Dli-
WANTED-Ushers. Arcade Theatre.
Apply to doormn. No phone calls,
TWO STUDENTS want weekly ash
jobs. Phone 6736. 2-3-4
INSTRUCTOR wants room, with gar-
age and breakfast, if possible. Phone
MICHIGAN DISTRIBUTING ACENCY
Announces the opening of a store
handling an extensive line of im-
ported tapestries. All sizes and
prices. Come in and look around.
119 So. Main St. 4
NOTICE-Just arrived, Ted Lewis'
new record "The New St. Louis
Blues" Allmendinger's Music -hop,
305 Maynard. 4
NOTICE-TYPEWRITERS of all the
leading makes, sold, rented, ex-
changed and repaired at prices con
sistent with good quality and work-
manship. Best service department
in Ann Arbor and one of the largest
in the State.
0. D.. M ORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Phone 6615. Established 1908.
EXPERIENCED piano and pipe organ
teacher. Emma Fisher Cross, for-
ner faculty member School of Mu-
sic and pupil of Leschetizky of
Vienna. Studio, Apt. 8, 610 E. Lib-
erty. Phone 3566. 1-2-4-6
We haveassembled the
finest and most widely
assorted display of im-
ported suiting fabrics
that the European con-
tinent can offer.
Tailored by us in our
store on State street in
a distinguished fashion.T
That Nat. Luxenberg
& Bro. of New York
City, with their totally
new varied line of col-
lege tailored clothes,
have established their
local agency Ipith us.
Each suit is individ-
ually cut and tailored.
Popularly and reason-
ably priced from
$40.00 to $6o.oo
3 MONTHS $7.50
AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE CO.
310 SOUTH STATE ST.
Seeus before buying or renting.
We Can Save You Money.
All Machines Guaranteed.
AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE CO.
310 South State St. Dial 21143
ings. Dial 8794.
and student wash-
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