Makes a Specialty of Fitting Young Men and Women to Fill Lucrative Positons as Stenographers and TyPEWRITER 'OPERATORS SCHOOL OPEN During the Entire Year. Rates Reasonable. Cali at the School, No. 20 South State Street, or adress The School of Shorthand, Ann Arbor, Mich., for full particulars, rates, etc. Over 1,000 pupils have been taught n the school since t was organized n 1884. Read what some of them have done. FRANK HOLL1STER Took our course in Shorthand in eleven weeks, and the next day after complet _ ing the work, took a position as St enographer for Col. Rogers of the Michigan Military Academy, at Orchard Lake, where he'is receiving a salary of $100.00 per month and living expenses. L. H. CARPENTER AND F. C. COBB, Both of the Law Department, took our course while in College. The former is now court reporter in California at a salary of 82,200.00 per year. The latter took a position as circuit court reporter in Kertucky at a salary of $2,000.00 per year. MISS EMMA SAXTON Was teaching school near Ann Arbor at ii"j.ix)per month. She came here, took a course in Shorthand, and is now in a real estáte office in Chicago, where she receives $75.00 per month, just three times her former salary. THEODORE ROEHM Of Ann Arbor, took our course in Shorthand and ohanged from a position paying him S15.0O per month to a position with the Manager of the C. B. & Q. R. R. at $05.00 per month and traveling expenses, which makes his salary equal to $75,00 per month, or more than f our timeshis formerjsalary. : FRANK MERRY Of Ann Arbor, took our course in Shorthand and Typewriting in a little over three months, and is now stenographer for the ínter State Commerce Commission, at Washington, I). C, at a salary of over 8100.00 per month. LEWIS W1NANS Of Jackson county, took our course in Shorthand while he was attending high school, and almost immediately took a position as stenographer in one of the corset factories in Jackson at a salary of about $50.00 per month . MISS ANNA FISHER Of Ann Arbor, took our course in Shorthand and Typewriting, and is now employed as one of the assistant teachers of Shorthand in our school, at a salary of sii i.OO per month. MISS DORA BOWEN Of Ann Arbor, took our course in Shorthand and Typewritig summer before last, and is now stenographer for one of the largest lumber companies in the United States, at Tonawanda, X. Y., where she receives a salary of $G5.00 per month. MISS ROSE REIDLINC Of Ann Arbor, took a course in Shortliand and Typewriting during a former summer term, and has since been with a wholesale house in Toledo, Ohio, as Stenographer' at a salary'of J845.00 per month. We could cite a large number of other cases where our students] have, through our help, secured splendid situations. We are always pleased to assist competent students to good places, and seldom fail in our efforts to'do so.