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Michigan Daily, 1925-08-09

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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High Grade
ig and Decorating
erty Dial 7594

"WE NEED TEACHERS"
Free Registration Many Vacancies
WESTMORE TEACHERS' AGENCY
706 Old National Bank Bldg., Spokane, Wash.

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Our Bargain Counters
should be of interest to

Summer School Teachers and stu-

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LEGAL NOTICE OF APPLICATION
TO THE
Michigan Public Utilities Commission
In accordance with Act No. 206 of the Public Acts of 1913 and Act No. 419 of the Public Acts of 1919, notice is
hereby given that an application will be presented by the Michigan Bell Telephone Com pany to the MichigaPublic
Utilities Commission, at the office of the Commission in the Cityof Lansing, on the 20th day of August, 192, at 10:00
A. M. of that day, for authority to put into force certain rates or the furnishing of telephone service in the exchanges
of the Michigan Bell Telephone Company in the State of Miehigan, by the establishment of the Schedule set forth
below and the said Commission will be then and there requested to fix SEPTEMBER 8,1925, or such other day as may
suit the convenience of the Commission, as a day of hearing of said application.
PROPOSED SCHEDULE MONTHLY EXCHANGE RATES:
Business Service Residence Service Rural Service Ser vice~ttlon
Flat~ Rate Fiat Rate Flat Rate Se
One Two Four Exten- One Two Four Exten- Busi- Resl- Bus!- Resl-
Group Party Party Party lion Party Party Party sion ness deuce ness deuce
2 $9.00 $7.00......$1.25 $4.00 $3.25 $2.75 $1.00 $3 75* $2 50* $2.00 x$1.00
3 8.00 6.75 1.25 3.75 3.00 2.50 1.00 34.25* 2.25* 1.75 .90
4 7.00 6.00 .........1.25 3.50 3.00 2.50 .75 3.25* 2.25*~ 1.75 .90
5 6.50 5.50 .... 1.25 3.50 3.00 2.50 .75 3.00* 2.00* 1.50 .90
6 5.50 4.75 .... 1.25 3.00 2.50 2.00 .75 2.75* 1.75* 1.25 .40
7 4.50 .$4.00 1.25 2.75...........2.00 .75 2.50* 1.75* 1.25 .60
8 4.25..... 3.75 1.00 2.75........... 2.00 .75 2.25** 1.75** 1.00 .70
9 3.S.. ......... 3.00 1.00 2.50........... 2.00 .65 2.25** 1.75** .90 .60.
10 3.00.......... 2.50 1.00 2.25..........1.75 .65 2.25** 1.75** .75 .30
Private Branch Exchange Trunk Lines: Business, each, per month.............................Ind. Bus. Line Rate plus 50 per cent.
Private Branch Exchange Trunk Lines: Residence, each, per month............................Inal. Res. Line Rate plus 50 per cent.
* For stations located within 2 miles of the Base Rate Area boundary line; 25 cents and 50 cents additional, resec-
tively, for stations located from 2 to 4 miles and more than 4 miles from the Base Rate Area boundaryle.
** For stations located within 5 miles of the Base Rate Area boundary line; 25 cents additional for stations located
beyond 5 miles of the Base Rate Area boundary line.
Authorization will be requested for the rates specified in the above schedule for Group 6 for the Ann
Arbor Exchange to supersede the rates now in effect as listed below.
PRESENT SCHEDULE MONTHLY EXCHANGE RATES:

New additions daily.

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Business Service
Flat Rate

Residence Service
Flat Rate

Rural Service-Fiat Rate
Distance from Central Office
Within 6 Miles Beyond 6 Miles

Service Station
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One
Party

Two
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Four
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One
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Party Party!

Exten- Busi-^ Reel- Busi-
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$.50 $2.30 $1.75 $2.50

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$2.00

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$.75

Resi-
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$,75

$4.00 $3.75 $3.45 $1.00

$2.60 $2.30 $2.00

Early Fall Hats

Private Branch
Private Branch

Exchange Trunk Lines: Business, each, pte. nonit. Ind. Bus. Line Rate plus 50 cents.
Exchange Trunk Lines: Residence, each, per month. Ind. Res. Line Rate plus 50 cents.
TOLL RATES

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Our new Fall hats are here.

New velours.
splendid Felts.

Velvets and
This showing

of early fall hats includes all
the favored new styles in the
delicate new shades.

Application will also be made to modify the present schedule of toll rates.
The present schedule with respect to the initial period rates for Station-to-Station "day" messages provides for a
minimum rate of 10¢ for distances up to 12 miles, writh 5¢ additional for each 6 miles or fraction thereof over 12 miles
up to 24 miles, and 5¢ for each 8 miles or fraction thereof over 24 miles.
The proposed schedule with respect to the initial period rates for Station-to-Station "day" messages provides for a
minimum rate of 10¢ for distances up to 12 miles; 5¢ additional for each 6 miles or fraction thereof over 12 miles up to
48 miles; '5 additional for each 8 miles or fraction thereof over 48 miles up to 96 miles; 5# additional for distances be-
tween 96 and 112 miles, and 5 additional for each 8 miles or fraction thereof over 112 miles.
The present schedule provides for initial period -Person-to-Person rates approximately 25% more than the initial
period Station-to-Station day rates.
The proposed schedule provides for initial period Person-to-Person rates approximately 40% more than the initial
period Station-to-Station day rates.
The, present schedule provides for initial period Appointment and Messenger rates approximately 50% more than
the initial period Station-to-Station day rates.
The proposed schedule provides for initial period Appointment and Messenger rates approximately 70% more than
the initial period Station-to-Station day rates.
The proposed schedule provides for Overtime'rates which will bear the same relation to the increased initial period
rates as the present Overtime rates bear to the present initial period rates.
All rates under the proposed schedule to be based on air line distance and computed in the same manner as under
the present schedule.
In all other respects and particulars, the rates and practices set forth in the Local and General Exchange Tariffs
on file with the Michigan Public Utilities Commission and on file in each local office- of the Michigan Bell Telephone
Company to continue in force and effect.
MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY

Prices from $5 to $25

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