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S. State. Matoon, Ill.. 783
Sybil. Mason, 2114-M
>mpson. Newport, O., 2139-R
Sauer Ct. Newark, N. J., 1066-M
lison. Manchester, 1328
eenwood. Erie, Pa., 2863-W
1430 Cambridge. Detroit, 544-W
Eiuron. Ilighland, 1010-M
V. Thayer. Marquette, 1416-R
Church. Muskegon. 178-W, 2r
Division. Cleveland, O., 1188
Ingalls. Detroit, 1$08-M

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Big Rapids, 630-3
. Port Huron. 2975-M
ron Mountain. 2866-M
Rochester, N. Y., 636

321 N. Thayer, Lansing
. 523 E. Madison. Detroit, 1755-W
Weddes. Crystal Falls, 2112-W
15 E. University. Youngstown, O., 1925-R
State. Youngstown, O., 1963-J
530 Thompson. Lakewood, 0., 1579-W
344 E. University. Detroit, 2445-J
Washington, 1306-W
P, 416 S. Fifth. Grand Rapids, 2816-J
i. University. Philadelphia, Pa., 1656-J
0 Haven. Beacon, 1196
D, 407 E. Huron. Corning, N. Y., 1384-W"
Martha Cook bldg., Detroit, 217
321 N. Thayer. Chicago, Ill., 2246-J
L5' Arbor. Fenton, 932-J

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EVERY day MURADS
are held higher in the
estimation of the men
who smoke them.
They are the standard of

never fail-never change-"
You are proud to smoke
them in any company-on
any occasion.
They are the largest sell-
ing high - grade cigarette in
the world.
The cigarette smokers of
America DO prefer Quality
to Quantity.

Taste.
They are 100% pure Turk-
ish tobacco - of the finest

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. varieties grown.
They never disappoint -
Makers of the LfAiIGrgJ Turhish
and Egoptian Og es in the Wdd

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ver K., '23M, 114 N. Ingalls. Lexington, Ky., 856-R
ifrey S., '25, 326 Sixth. Detroit, 2061-W
iry R., '25, 326 Sixth. Detroit, 2061-W
Rss, '23, City Y. M. C. A., 258
A., '22E, 804 E. Monroe. Sarnia, Ont., 114-W
H., '23M, 110 S. Ingalls. Sunbury, Pa., 1722-M
Lenore, Grad., 907 N. University. Toledo, 0., 2272-W
.ore,,Grad., 236 S. Thayer. Toledo, O., 1657-W
n, '23, 329 Catherine, 1858-M
n D., 509 S. Division. Jackson, 293-M
(To be continued in Wednesday's issue)

St A 10-Day Tube of Pe:
FThbeei btty wee Present the coupon
store named below. Make this delightful test this week. Watch the quick
=Adk e e Te benefit: will be a "revelation to you.

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cities as well.
the K. and K.
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concerts: the
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Liberty street,
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URGE GOVERNMENT CONTROL OF
COMMERCIAL WIRELESS 'PHONES
Recommendtion has been made by
the three committees of the govern-
ment radio conference that the gov-
ernment assume control of all om-
mercial wireless traAsitting telephone
stations, and that the' assigning of
transmitting time be placed under the
control of the Commerce department.
No provision is made, however, for
government control of the receiving
stations.
It was further recommended that
the allocation of 20 wave lengths
.among the various classes of wireless
telephone senders take place. Ama-
teur transmitting stations would be
given exclusive use of wave lengths
from 150 to 200 miles.
The local station, which has a maxi-
mum length of nearly 300 lengths,
would be but slightly effected by the
enactment of the committees recom-
mendations.

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When film removal
teeth shine

When film-coats make
teeth dingy

Pearly teeth which one
delights to show

When teeth do not
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and teeth they don't--the difference lies in a new way to combat film

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A new method of cleaning has brought
prettier teeth to millions. Also cleaner, safer
teeth.
You see the results wherever you look.
Teeth now glisten which before were dim.
They show in smiles now where folks once
concealed them.
This is to tell you the reason, then to urge
that you make a free test.
They remove the film
These millions have gained whiter teeth
by simply combating film in this new way.
Film is that viscous coat you feel. It clings
to teeth, gets between the teeth and stays.
The ordinary tooth paste does not effec-
tively combat it. The tooth brush, therefore,
has left much of it intact.
Film absorbs stains, making the teeth look
dingy. Film is the basis of tartar. That is
why teeth become cloudy and discolored.
And some teeth-like smokers' teeth-be-
come badly stained.
Film holds food substance which ferments
and forms acids. It holds the acids in contact
with the teeth to cause decay.
Germs breed by millions in it. They, with
tartar, are the chief cause of pyorrhea.
Thus most tooth troubles are now traced
to film. Those troubles have been constantly
increasing for lack of a proper film com-
batant.
Now you can fight it
Dental science, after long research, has

found two ways to fight film. Many careful
tests have proved their efficiency. Authori-
ties now advise them, and leading dentists
half the world oer are urging their adoption.
A scientific tooth paste has been perfected
to comply with imodern requirements. These
two film combatants are embodied in it. So
one may now attack that film twice a day at
home.
The name of that tooth paste is Pepsodent.
Other new effects
The saliva contains two great tooth-pro-
tecting agents. One ,is a starch digestant.
That is to digest starch deposits on teeth be-
fore they ferment and form acids. The other
is alkali, to neutralize the acids which cause
tooth decay.
Certain food elements will multiply those
tooth-protecting factors. 'But modern diet
often fails to supply those elements regu-
larly. Authority, therefore, desires the tooth
patte to apply that stimulation twice a day.
Pepscdent does that. It multiplies both
the starch digestant and the alkalis in the
saliva., Every application gives these natural
tooth-protecting agents many-fold effects.
Means a new dental era
Old-time tooth pastes, based on soap and,
chalk, depress these factors in saliva. They
reduce this tooth-protecting power on which
so much depends. And they do not end the
film.

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So Pepsodent brings a new
people who employ it. It brin
effects which old ways do not
lions of people have come to a
by dental advice.

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RONISLAW CLAIRE
[IABERMAN DUX .
Violinist Soprano. Chicago Opera Co.
CORAL UNION CONCERTS
Hill Auditorium
UESDAY EVENING
MARCH 14-- 8 P. M.
American debut of Claire Dux with the Chicago
ra Com'pany was, like the first appearace of
iislaw Huberman, Europe's master violinist, a
ical sensation of the season.
I of these artists record exclusively for Brunswick.
your 'nearest Brunswick dealer to play these,
other records, for you.
30022-LaBoheme-M ichiamano Mimi (My Name
Is M imi) in Italian, Act I........ Puccini
Claire Dux
30027--Air for G String.............. ....ach
Bronislaw Huberman
Any Phonograph Can Play Brunswick Records
E BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO.
Manufacturers-Established 1845
|HICAGO NEW YORK CINCINNATI

One week will bring
delightful changes
Pepsodent will quickly prove itself.
changes vhich you see and feel will
soon convince you. -

PAT. OFF.
REG. U.S.
The New-Day Dentifrice
Endorsed by authorities, advised by leading dentists every-
where, and supplied by all druggists in the large tubes.
Present the coupons this week to

Present the coupon this.week for a 10-Day
Tube. Note how clean the teeth feel after
using. 'Mark the absence of the viscous film.
See how teeth whiten as the film-coats dis-
appear. Watch how every use leaves ,the
mouth in fresh, alkaline condition.
One week will show you what this method
means to you and yours. Go start the test
today.

10-DAY TUBE F

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Mack and Co
Dawson Drug Co. S. Main St.

Present this coupon, with your name and address fill
in, to any store named. It is good for a 10-Day Tube,
Pepsodent. -
Your Name ..................................---.
Address .. ............... ............... .............
Out-of-town residents should mail this coupon to T
Pepsodent Company, 1104 So. Wabash Ave., Chicago, a;
the tube will be sent by mail.

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