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TI1E GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1022.
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J. C. JERVES
KALAHAEO, KAUAI ,
Agent for Same
Teachers desiring to spend the
summer vacation In Honolulu,
by communicating with the
Roselawn, 1366 King St., Hono
lulu, celebrated for its excel
lent cuisine, reservations with
board can be secured, and at
the Beach Annex, 2517 KaU
kaua Ave., Waikiki, at reduc
ed summer rates.
The Garden Island Radio Column
By MIKE O'FARAD
This Is station B.V.D. talking. We
adopted this call so we are sure
ol Keeping cool, radio broadcasting
is hot work. Did you ever see a
j.-o.idcudtihg siution at work" The
Honolulu broadcasting stations ex
lend an invitation to you to visit
them whin,, you are in town.
Have you heard the radiophone
yet? Prop in at the Lihue radio ata
lion either noontime or in the ev
ening and listen in. The evening
program begins at 6:30, noon pro
gram at 12:30 p. m."
One of the latest types of radio
hone receiving sets is working at
.he wireless station. If you like the
results we will even let you take
the set home with you providing
you leave some iron men on the
Hello, Mr. Menefoglio, thanks for
your phone call, we are glad to
hear you picked up two radiophone
stations from tiie mainland and heard
part of their concerts. K. U. Y. is
located at El Monte, California.
Hale C'hratham holds the record
Last week 1ms picked up the Desert
News station at Salt Lake City and
reports music and voice very loud
Mr. Menefoglio, that other station
you heard might he K.D.Z.L. of
Radio broadcasting is still on the
increase. There are over 300 statiors.
now in operation in the United
States. The air from morning to
night is filled with music and news
and data of various sorts.
Radio receiving sits are getting
to be as essential in the home as
the Victrola and the piano. Even
today there is on the market a
combined phonograph and radio set
built in beautifully designed cabinet
using the same horn. By means of
a switch the horn is connected to
tLe radio set or to the phonograph.
The magnavox people of Oakland
recently manufactured a magnavox
lond speaking horn with sufficient
strength to carry radio music and
voice over an area of 29, square
Hello, Makaweli Hall.
How are you getting the concerts?
We have a three step amplifier for
your magnavox which will give you
all the noise you want. I believe
Mr. Wood is going to bring it over
and show you how it works.
DID YOU KNOW THAT
When a phonograph record is
played at the broadcasting station
you don't have jump and stop the
machine, or wind it up or put in
a new needle?
The call letters of the Detroit
police radio station are K.O.P.?
Next Sunday morning at 11 a.m.
you can hear the church service of
the Central Union church of Hono
lulu at the Lihue radio station.
The radio sets you buy today will
be good for several days. The next
improvements are being centered on
the broadcasting stations with the
hopes of being able to greatly in
crease the power of these stations
in order to cover greater distances.
The actual reception of a photo
graph by radio from across the At
lantic has been accomplished.
The first step in history was the
transmission of messages by tele
graph; the next was the transmis
sion of human voices by telephone;
the next was that of messages with
out wires; fourth, the wireless tele
phone ' and now the wireless photo
graph. At present the pictures are
not perfect but are adaptable for
reproduction in the daily papers.
If there, is any question you wold
like to ask or nny help you need
the radio editor will be glad to help
Tonights feature will be a brief
tulk by Mrs. Sharp-Shears on the
"Wave Length of Bobbed Hair."
Last night, Monday, we picked up
K.Z.N, of Salt Lake City. Voice and
music were good, but K G.U. of
Honolulu was also In, so spoiled
our cliancp of hearing music 3000
Siiy, folks, watch out for a storm,
static whs rolling in heavy last
Hello. K.D.Y.X. of Honolulu, we
iipiin-ciaie your thoughlfulness in
ki eping as much of the canned mus
ic out of the air as possible, espe
cially when the records are getting
Kauai would ;ipir date it If you
would dispose of most of your fox
dots. Can't you find some instru
mental music such as violin solo,
cornet solo or duets or trios?
wireless. The wave trains are pro
duced at a frequency in the neigh
borhood of BOO times a second. As
long as the transmitting Ration
holds down his key these wave
trains come In and an audible note
is produced in the receiving tele
phones. By making and breaking
the transmitting circuit in accord
ance with the wireless code signals
are sent which are easily read by
George H. DeKay, superintendent
of the Antl Saloon League of Ha
waii; gave the school a talk on the
evil effects of alcohol.
Our first game of baseball of the
1922-23 school year will be played
with Lihue at Lihue on the 2i)th
of this month.
The shop is very busy filling or
ders, the demand for its products
now being in excess of the avail
THE VACUUM TUBE
The vacuum tube used in radio
is rapidly becoming as familiar as
the ordinary electric light bulb. The
vacuum tube is the necessary arti
cle in most of the latest and popu
lar . radio receiving sets. It is used
as a detector of radio waves and
as an amplifier.
The vacuum tube or audion some
what resembles the ordinary light
bulb but on examination you will
find several differences. Two ele
ments in addition to the filament are
included in the audion. These two
elements are known as the plate
and the grid. The filament is sus
pended in the center of the tube,
around the filament is the grid In
the shape of a spring and the plate
encloses both the grid and filament
These elements are placed in a glass
bulb, air is exhausted, producing a
When using an audion in a radio
circuit two batteries are used. One
is a 6 volt storage battery; this is
used to light the filament. The ob
ject of the lighted filament is to
fill the surrounding space with free
electrons. The other buttery of 22
volts is used in the plate circuit.
When the filament is heated, the
electrons are attracted to the posi
tively charged plate and current
flows. A certain number of these
electrons are captured by the grid,
when the grid is charged positively
electrons will be permitted to pass
thru the grid to the plate. The grid
thus controls the current flow In
the plate circuit.
An oscilating current produced by
the incomiur; signal Is induced in
the receiving tuner coils. This os
cillating current is rectified in the
plate circuit. Therefore, throughout
the duration of a wave train, the
telephones are traversed by pulsa
tions, at the termination of the wave
train the plae current returns to
normal and pulsations ar not pro
duced until the next wave trains..
These pulsations create the buzz
one hears in the receivers which
form the dots and dashes of the
Can't Get Enough of It
Mil ile nutter is so good that
C we send clear to New Zealand for
it. Made in the heart of the dairy
district by dairy people who know
Kin rt, iippi t 'niiuj, irholtsome und nourishing. It
is thv uhal food for children und grotrn ujm.
(iive the children a chance at it.
They'll eat plenly.
Specify Maile when you order
Metropolitan Meat Market
Agents for Territory
Stock and Bond Brokers, Real
Estate Agents and Realty
No. 180-182 Merchant Street
P. O. Box 594
Twenty -two Elegant Kooms
in Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine Unexcelled in Coun
W. H. RICE, Jr.
Dr. Justin C. Smith
8 a. m. to 12 m.
1 p. m. to 4:30 p. m.
on the. HILLS
Make a fresh start get a clean
tankful of "Red Crown" and then
watch how your engine performs.
Watch it on the hills. Every
drop of "Red Crown" vaporizes
rapidly and uniformly in the car
buretor and is consumed com
pletely in the cylinders. You get a
continuous stream of power
more mileage at lower cost.
"Red Crown" is uniform in qual
ity you won't need to bother
with carburetor adjustments if
you fill your tank with "Red
Crown" and nothing else.
Fill at the Red Crown sign
at Service Stations, garages and
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
ra.-Sff &irVJ-raM ill 1 if II
Read The Garden Island
Jt is a noticeable and significant fact waiting list of buyers eager to get this good,
that you very rarely see u Studebaker on the dependable car at a saving price,
used car market. This, despite the fact that 0n every island of Hawaii, as well as
in the past two or three years this car out- throughout hu mainland, the Studebaker
sold practically all others in its price class llas imm.(i that it is better than most other
in Hawaii. . makes of cars selling hundreds of dollars high
Few Studebaker owners are willing to part er. It is difficult to beat in any class,
with their cars, and when they do, there's a
Have you noted the new low prices recently announced?
CASH PRICES HONOLULU
Light Six Touring $1290 Special Six Touring
Light Six Roadster $1290
Light Six Sedan $1925
Light Six Coupe $1560
Special Six CI. Roadste
Special Six Coupe
Special Six Sedan
Big Six Coupe $2800
Big Six Sedan $3015
Big Six Speedster $2220
JfflllA' Bifl Six Tourlna $2050
r Distributor for Hawaii
S. ICHINOSE, Kauai Agent, Koloa
Phone 291 for a demonstration