The Adventist students in the University are rapidly gaining in numbers. This year they have a boarding house of their own. It is oknown as nthe JBattle Creek Sanitarium Home and is ocated on the corner of Jefferson and Thompson streets, and is managed by Mr. Hubbard, a medical student. It has already twenty-flve boarders. The menu is that given at the Battle Creek Sanitariuni and most of the food is irepared in Battle Creek. Board is $3 a week, but no meats, tea, coffee or pie s allowed. The bread is the celebrated Swabuck, baked several heurs, and ooks as if toasted clear through. Our nformant sampled the food and speaks n high terms of praise of jt. The students who patronize the house hold services in the house every Saturday, which is the Sabbath of the Adventists. The establishment of the home will have a tendency to increase the numbers of the advent students.