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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY,
JANUARY S3, 192a, If
News of Wireless Talking Activities and De
velopments, Musical and OthertProgrammes
; of Broadcasting Stations and Answers to
Queries Will Be Found in These Columns.
CM I M. Tuning and brondcastlnir
for tlio appoint hcncflt of atnntoum,
HPHCIAI, SOTV.The programme
above in r til in ned is the only one that
tii he tadialcd in the -metropolitan
dhhlct. W 1) Y and W J Z have made
ait aniecmenl of mutual benefit tchcrc
hi the cvrnlnn feature trill be broad
in'el on alternate itlphtu from, Kcui
nil. cud llnt-rllc park. To-nipht'M pro
prammc ivill be broadcasted from Jio
W D Y (Roselle Park) ,
8 1. M,: Premier Quartet, J. C.
Htnillcy. 1-. W. Cole, J. A. Mor and
12. Ilniscli; soprano aololnt, l, J, An
drrwH of the Church of tho Redeemer;
Frank Krinch of the New York Qlants
will Klv a "hort talk on bunflxill.
DgCapt. Robt. Scofield Wood.
(D.'F. C, M. C, Croix de Ci'erro
wlth""four. palmii formerly Comiran
def i, '167th Squadron, Royal Air
J', ; "SOME SERVICE."
Gtlli Hllclreth of Shlnnslon, W. Vn.
writes to WJ55, statins: 'I llvo on o
farm In the country, anil the commu
ty' lino to which 1 am a subscriber
jfes about thirty other parties on it,
wliom l nightly entertain by connect
ing the telephone line and ground n
scries with my receivers. last night
wo-liad news and music from IvDKA,
W'JZ and WDY,"
Wo 'New Yorkers' are wondering If
similar circumstances explain the
ctcrniil "Husy" whon wo are trying
to 'get a number.
"'FROM STAGE COACH TO RADIO
n. K. Arklnstnll of Railway, N. J.,
writes the following to WJZ: "You
have entertained over sixty persons at
ouristatlon, ranging lit age fi-om forty
to eighty-four years. The oldest
member of tho party has ridden the
Western trnlls In stago coaches and
now thinks that he has seen every
thing thero Is to bo seen after listen.
lng.16 the wireless telephone.
Owing to the great ncnslttvlty of tho
crystals It in no longer necessary to
hunt for a sensitive, spot with a buz
zer. Tho crystals aro always ready
for operation. In the baso of UiIh unit
Is n blocking condenser which Is con
nected to tho telephone receivers.
Tho Gnlcnn crystal tlctector Is tho
latest Improvement In this typo of In
strument. This detector Is a very scn
fUlvo instrument and gives excellent
results. Its receptive powers arc al
most perfect and Its tninsmlKsion Is
mngulnrly free from distortion. It Is
protected from dust, dirt and weather
by nn encasement of glnss which pre
serves It from weather effects for an
Indefinite period, -
KDK A (Pittsburgh) -353
W J Z (Newark)
Under the river.
Hero Is the reason why track -walkers
nro. now nil applying for the Sat
urday tube dotall. Last Katurduj
afternoon u telephone In the river
tubo'JuO feet beneath the bed of the
river, rang und n track walker an
eurr,i it. a voice from tho other
end'said, "How would like a little -
"Sure." cried tho weary walker,
"wnlt, till I got tho gang." When
the.gang had assembled tho music
, started; and lasted for some time until
the, section boss called a halt and led
hls-hUn back to their work) "This Is
probably the first time that muMc has
been, 'sent from one Stnto .to another
by air and then transmitted 10 nn
audience in u tunnel beneath a, river.
Okulindlo operators have nt some
time, or other tried various kinds of
detectors. Somo hnve given better re-,
suits .'than others but always - thero'".
has-been trouble. There Is nothing
more (aggravating than Jo bo cut off.
rlghVta the mlddlo of some Intensely
Interesting story or to be sliut'out
from 'the melody of u song you havo
been' waiting to hear all evening.
lrythe crystal detector, It was form
erly a common occurrence to havo the
crystal al to operate just when you
wanted It most. Costly experiments
iiavtaibeen performed which have re
sulted n many Improvements In the
crystal. detector, until It Is now a very
reliable Instrument. There Is at pres
ent, ori the market a duplex crystal
detector which Is very popular because
of Its, low price and absolute relia
bility. This Instrument consists of a
pair of highly sensltlvo crystal aeiec
tors'.'Vnounted on a common base with
a selective two-point switch foe con
nection with cither of the two crys
tals? Jills devlco leaves one crystal
in reserve for emergency nt all times.
10 A. ii. Mows and music.
11 A. M. Weather forecasts for tho
11.15 A. M. .Musical piograinmc.
12 M. Weather report nnd time,
Kpoclal agricultural report.
12 IS 1. M. News and music.
1 1. M. News and music.
, S 1'. M. Musical programme.
I'.Oi 1. M. Maritime News.
2.10 1. M. Musical programme.
3 I. M. Sows end music.
3.53 V. M. Weather forecast.
4 P. M. Musical programme.
5 I'. M Arlington olnclnl time.
6.03 1'. M. News nnd music.
I XI N.n,id (final,. U,i..nl.il
farmers' report of PToduco Market. I
10 A. M.-12 M. Musical programme.
2 I'. XI. -4 P. M. Musical selections.
7. l!i P. M., special market reports,
rtoclc reports and wcathor forecast.
8 P. M. Mrs, Enoch Ralib, direc
tor of Department of Charities, Pitts
burgh, will deliver a lecture on "The
Woman In Public Mfe."
8.30 P. M. Concert by the Fellows
Club Orchestra of Pittsburgh.
9.30 P. M. Hndlo nudlcnco will bo
nddtessrd by (lov. H. J. Allan of
I X Z iMedford Hillside,
Mass.) (360 metres,)
8 P M. The Cltv of Boston Pollco
Reports will be broadcasted.
'.he Uurrau of Public Health uHll
bioaficail through ihiit New U upland
sUilion bjj special arranpement itn
It allh lullcttn&. 7 Ms is in addition
In the Health llroadcatting from the
Naral Uadlo station at Anacostia, Va.
8.30 P. M "The Federal Reservo
System ns Related to American Busi
ness" will be tho subject of the lec
ture for the evening.
Cunned music between' features.
concert but slnco then I can get
nothing. What Is the matter?" Ans.
It Is Imposslbto for me to tell you
anything nbout ' the sot without
seeing It, but I would recommend that
you go over very carefully your ncrlal
and see that It Is properly Insulated.
Your ground wire my have worked
loose, so I would suggest that you
also give It a thorough overhauling
or find a new ground. Bee that your
hook-up Is correct nnd that your
connections on the binding posts arc
Albert Carr, Port Jefferson, L. I.,
vnubj to know: "Hdw can 1 reduce
the natural wave length of my aerial
which Is about 3G0 meters?" Ans.
Reduce tho length of your aerial. That
Is the most practical method. Another
way to rcduco tho wave length Is by
copncctlng a variable condenser In
scr.os with it.
' Will two wires a hundred feot long
In my aerial glvo mo better results
thun one wlro a hundred feet long?"
Ans. No. The double length will not
lncrcnso the Intensify of reception.
I io ward Thornas wants to know
which Is bettor, a crystal deteutcr or a
vacuum tube for short range work.
Ans, Tho vacuum tube is by far the
v: N., Hobokcn, wants to kno'v Is
It posslblo to have vacuum tube fila
ments replaced? Ans. Tho manufac
turer would bo tho only ono to answer
ycttr question. -
Robert Krskln, No. 39 Third Street,
Weehtiwken, wants to know: "Can I
get good results with a crystal detec-
,.. mwl nnn Men nmnllflor?" Ans.
Yes, you enn get good results with tile
"About how much would an ampli
fier cost?" .In. One-step amplltlers
run be bought for $10 nnd up. They
can bo nssembled nt even less cost.
ilnUmufii T unlllil nltiri?PMt n. visit to A
good electrical supply store specializ
ing In radio cuuipmeni octoro man
lug a purchase.
C.iT. R., Now York, wants to know
what slzo Insulators aro best for n re
ceiving ncrlnl. Mow much will they
cost? ln. Any Insulator about five
Inches In length Is sufllclcnt. Tho
price varies, but good ones can bo had
for about 35 cents apiece.
Victor Helncs, No. 437 42d Street,
Hrooklyn, says: "In my receiving sot
I havo a mineral detccter, a two-slide
tuning coll, condenser nnd variable
condenser set .001 MF und Federal
phones. My two-wire aerial Is forty
feet long and nbout fifty feet high. I
nm unnblo to obtain tho concerts men
tioned In your paper." Ans. You make
no mention of a ground In your do
hcrlption. ir this Is moro oversight
on your part, would suggest that you
follow the Instructions recommended
for Samuel Fried, atxivo. IC after
completing this procedure you obtain
no results, 1 would ndviso n longer
The Hvrninp World telll conduct a
rolimii devoted to the new lladio
Phone Service and tctll dustier ;t's
fion concrnilitp f?ic service. Pro
gramme of the different broadcasting.
I AfafioMs will be printed in Tile Evc-
tiitif World. Address lladio Phone
I Editor. AViu York r.venina World.
Questions and Answers
Harnuol Fried of No. Vo Eldridgo
Street, New York, writes. "I would
like to know what Is tho matter with
my appuratus. My receiving set con
sists of a single wire aortal 125 feet
long, a gcllna detector nnd a 1,500
ohm car phone. The Friday before
Christmas I heard very clearly WJZ's
f Complete D D,
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no batteries or source of current needed simply erect the outside wires,
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A Wireless Telephone
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A Wireless Telephone small,
moderate in price and easy to put
up so that you may conveniently
have it in your own home ! That
is the latest Radio achievement.
Tomorrow on our Seventh Floor
we open a Radio Room, built and
equipped especially to demonstrate
this Wireless Telephone.
Here you may "listen in". on the
news items, concerts, lectures and
other features that are recorded and
distributed every hour for fifteen
minutes at a time.
These receiving sets so easy to
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2.5o m m mo
PROGRAMS FOR THE
First, we should tell you that there are
certain features that run every day
Hourly News Service Week days, hourly
from ti A.M. to 8 P.M. on the hour.
WtiierFortxa3a-(0Hcial)daiIy n A.M.,
12 A.M., 5 P.M. and io.ox P.M. sharp.
Shipping News Week days 2.05 P.M.
"Man-In-The-Moon" stories by Miss Jose
phine Lawrence, daily 7 P.M.
'Program will be cAnnounctd Daily by iJio
Ttltphont 74i P.t5W.
8.20 P.M. Winifred Marshall
8.20 P.M. Franco Pino, Violinist, will
make his debut in America by Radio Tele
phone. Courtesy the Aeolian Company.
8.20 P.M.Ignatz Friedman, Celebrated
Polish Pianist, accompanied, by Ernest Uchs.
-Courtesy of the Aeolian Company.
Tfx Mrtltii Ttttpkme BrosJctiting wnict f vhUh
tkt abort prop im is t tjpicd txtmpU-iiainluttly fitt.
Simply enmini tkt ttUphetit tntitUi you to thiittrvict.
VISIT OUR NEW
News events are announced here,
and lectures and concerts are trans
mitted to the listeners in the Radio
Room even from distances of as
much as 200 miles. These pro
grams are arranged to last for fifteen
minutes on the hour every hour
from ir A.M. You are cordially
invited to drop in at your leisure
some day this week.
You will enjoy listening to one of
these programs in our Radio Room
which is thoroughly equipped for
your comfort and convenience.
During the day News Events, lec
tures, and reports of sporting events.
And if you own a Radio-Phone, you
may hear in your own home
Every evening Concerts by popular
orchestras, vocal selections by favorite
artists, stories and comedy.
Lord & Taylor
DANCE TO THESE
Today's Three Most Popular Hits
Ty-Tee (Tahiti) jFox- 7Vof
Eddie Elklns' Orchestra
When Buddha Smiles Fox-Trot
Eddie Elkina' Orchestra.
Tho Sheik Fox-Tror
Ray Miller and His Black
and White Melody Boys
Weep No More (My Mammy)
Ray Miller and His Black
and White Melody Boys,
Leave Me With a Smile
The Happy Six Medley Fox- Trot
How Many Times
The Happy Six Medley Fox- Trot
Any Columbia dealer will
gladly play for you any or.
all of these records on any
Columbia Graphophone Company, New York J
Aladdin rubbed his lamp
The result wa wonderful!
The Aladdin Company
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home bullalng "year ever known In the city.
with this tremendous business In sight, we feel In
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