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STEAMBOAT COMPART
THE PERNICIOUS PA
OF RHEUMATISM
WILL YIELD TO IT
Balleyl le acid compounds are
recognised by phyaielana to be
Moat effective In relieving rheu
mattam. and especially 1a thla true
when the compound la aaplrin.
Aaplrin la not a narcotic or habit
forming drug:. Pure aaplrin doea.
however, disturb digestion often
timea, and because of thla discom
fort which follows Its uss in the
old form, many people wrongly
believe aspirin to be a heart de
pressant
TINGLE'S LAXO ASPIRIN dis
pells the drawbacka of Indigeation
which confronted ordinary aspirin
for yeara It contains a digestant
that Is aeparately prescribed by
physicians for dyspepsia. Within
a short time after taking. usually
ten mlautes. the salicylic acid la in
the blo'dd. distending the tiny cap
illaries and bringing about relief
from ctgigestlon and consequent
pain arm stiffneaa. The laxative
which it also contains aids In rid
ding the body of toxlna and poi
sons, assuring you of permanent
relief. Remember the three polnta:
A
TINGLE'S LAXO ASPIRIN
?It's sbaorbed easily
?It relieves pain quickly
?It's a gentle laxative
Aik Your Druggist for the "Three Point Bo*"
Therapeutic Research Laboratories,
Washington, D. C.
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Den t wait until your eyas picture the effects af errors in vision. Defeats of eye
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Iseerrectly ground or badly fitted glasses hart the eyes. Even if you are able
to seje with them, they may he causing eye-strain, just as roing without classes j
whoa yea seed them oaases eye-etraia. though you may not realise it at the time.
?aklM aad tttiag giaaoee takes scientific knowledge, skill and eare. It ia the
work of a spociaUat. Xasy headaches asd other physical and norvoua disorders Oi
from the eyoe. aad are relieved when the eyee are property treated. So you ei
afford to ha to anything hut the beat treatment for your eyeaight. This we can glee
yea. We examine year eyee aad meba and fit all kinda of glasses. Don't wait for
eye trouble to develop late a serious matter. Come ia new aad see if you have aay.
If yea de not need gleoeee oar expert will gladly tell you ee.
POSITIVE PROOF?Get aa
yea are
Kfadaa) at SI M eack.
extra pa* *f classes,
we wil duplicate the
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a yoar
leases (except
REPAIRING?We repair
anything in the optical
line. Bring ua your repairs
L0IISIICK SCO.
610 9th St. N.W.
MAIL ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
ATTENTION
TIME CHANGE AFFECTS BROADCASTING
RADIO FREQUENCY
WORKS WELL WITH
UNDERGROUND COIL
Experiments Successful
Over Range Within
1,000 Miles.
P. B. Lyon. vice president of the
Radio Instrument* Company, follow
ing the receipt of a report from
James W. Cook who has Just con
cluded experiments with the radio
frequency amplifiers designed and
manufactured by the company and
used with loop antenna stated yes
terday that the underground loop
antenna has been proved practica
ble for the reception of radiophone
signals over long distances.
"With a loop In a concrete lined
cellar, in a galvanized iron housing
and in a hole six feet deep," the re
port said, "It was demonstrated that
the use of radio frequency ampli
fier in connection with the under
ground loop antenna was practi
cable for distances up to 1,000
miles."
Although local stations which
were evidently of high power In
terfered to some extent, there wan
a very noticeable reduction of
these disturbances and an almost
entire elimination of static com
pared was made at Intervals with a
straight overhead serial, which
gave no greater distahce, but in'
creased static effects through the
receiving set.
During the* experiment with loop
in hole, a magnavox win attached
to the receiver and the received
signals amplified and made audible
for a distance of several hundred
feet. On Tuesday evening in spite
of a heavy rain, and considerable
water in the bottom of the pit the
reception of radiophone signals was
excellent. Schenectady. Detroit,
Pittsburgh and Newark were heard
rloarly. The recent experiments
were conducted in Cincinnati, and
were previously a continuation of
those conducted by Dr. J. Harris
Rogers, of Hyattsvllle, Md.
Wired Wireless
Heard on Ships
Metal Lines Guide Radio Fre
quency Waves for Long
Distances.
Washington radio enthusiasts
who heard the chimes as played
from Watervliet. N. V., on Thurs
day night and the recent radio
phone communications between
Harrisburg, Pa., and the S. S.
America several hundred miles at
J sea were listening to result* of
| important developments in so
called wired wireless.
By such a system, waves of radio
: frequency are guided by ordinary
line wires to a distant radiophone
j transmitting station, there to be
re-radiated into space from the
transmitting antenna. These re
radiated waves because of their
unguided directions would not
travel as Car considering the power
used, but of course by traversing
space they were most practicable
whereas wired wireless is imprac
ticable and extremely expensive
over extremely long distances.
In usual telephone conversation
the frequencies used are from
100 to 3,000 cycles a second. Radio
frequencies run as high as 3,000.000
cycles a second-. The ordinary
t telephone transmitter which does
, not |>tfr essentialy from a micro
| phone often used, permits the
| sound vibrations of the voice to
' produce corresponding vibrations
in an electric circuit, containing: in
part an electron tube generator
and a modulating tube. .Radio
waves sent out by this apparatus
| follow telephone, telegraph, trolley
and power lines. At the receiving
| station these radio waves are con
j ducted through a filter or fre
! quency selecting system, thence
through a detector tube as in
usual radio receiving. It is pos
sible by a proper selection of fre
quencies to carry on several con
versations at once. Recent develop
ments In this field have accom
plished inland to ship, train to
train and wire phone to radio phone
conversation.
Fireman Hurt; Blaze
Routs Three Families
Three families were routed from
their homes and a fireman was In
jured in an early morning blase yes
terday at the home of George Case.
1417 Thirty-third street northwest.
The flames spread to the adjoin
ing homes of John H. Mclntyre. 1419
Thirty-third street, and of Robert
Shaw. 1415 Thirty-third street, do
ing a total damage of nearly $4,000.
John Engle., 32 years old. of No.
5 truck company, was injured when
a windew fell on h!\ head.
"QUICK RELIEF
FROM NERVOUS
HEADACHE
Do you ever start the day
with nerves tens*, head throb
bing, your whole frame taut and
"on edge?"
Pure aspirin alone, you may
fear to take beoauae it give*
you heartburn?but fear It ne
longer.
TINGLE'S LAXO ASPIRIN,
the new perfected aaplrln, com
bines the wonderful pain cora
i bating powers of genuine aa
plrln with a digest&nt added t?
prevent this after-discomfort.
Its laxative qualities further
benefit the general system, en
| abllng the body to throw off the
toxlna or poisonous wastes,
which when pent up in the sys
tem are the cauae of headache*
and pain.
No aspirin on the market can
so readily attack the pain of
nervous head
? aches. Be sure
when you a?k
for aspirin to
ask for TIN
GLE'S LAXO
ASPIRIN. thus
aapirln with
the t h r ? ?
I points:
?If. s>sii>i< really
?It relieves pale ssMlr
?It*, s lestt, laxative
TINGLE'S LAXO ASPIRIN
Ask your druggist for the
Three Point Box." Therapeutic |
Research Laboratories, Wash- I
QftSB. D. C M
SHIP, 1,500 MILES DISTANT,
CORRECTS ITS TIME BY RADIO
Arlington Connected With Master Clock at
Washington Observatory.
The photo shows a navy man j
making: direct wire connection be
tween the Arlington (NAA) trans
mitting: apparatus and the master
clock at the Washington Observa
tory, Thirty-fourth street and Mas
sachusetts avenue northwest. This
circuit is plugged in simultaneous
ly with line wire circuits through
the American Telephone and Tele
graph. Western Union. Postal and
other companies. Then follow the
automatic flashing:, by wire and
wireless, the noon and 10 o'clock
evening time ticks over many
thousands of miles. The powerful
transmitting station at Annapolis
(NSS), sends these name signals
In the Air Today.
XAA?XAVAL RADIO STATION, j
10:30 a. m.?Meteorological report I
on 5,950 meters of arc transmitter, j
12 m. and 10 p. m.?Time signal,
weather report, ship 0rders.
10:30 p. m.?Naval press news, j
Wavelength. 2.650 meters.
8:50 to 9 P m?Radiophone. 1,200
meters. News.
3flO METERS IM F.M OTHERWISE
NOTED.
CHI K< H OF THE COVBXAMT, |
Com. Ave. and S St.
11 a. m.?Morning service, sermon
by Dr. Charles Wood, D. D., pastor.
3:30 p. m.?Afternoon service,
address by Dr. Wood: "Scientific
and Unscientific Spiritualism."
8 p. m.?Evening service, sermon
by Dr. Wood. Spiritual messages
from literature and art: "The
Message of the Painter." Luke,
Angelco, Angelo and Tissot.
kUKA?PITTSBIKGH.
11a m.?Services of Point Breeze
Presbytexian Church.
2:45 p. m.?Children's Bible sto
ries, "The Wee Sheep and the Great
Shepherd."
3 p. m.?Radio Chapel at KDKA
station, conducted by Rev. A. W. S.
Garden, of EmanueJ Episcopal
Church.
7 p. m.?Services of the Calvary !
Episcopal Church.
KYW?CHICAGO.
Central time. Deduct one hour.
6:30 p. m.^-Sunday radio chapel.
WJZ?NEWARK, X. J.
3 p. m.?Radio Chapel.
4:30 p. m.?Duo art piano and I
aeolian orchestrelle.
6:30 p. m.?Reading by Ralph j
Mayhew and records from the j
"Bubble Book That Sings."
6:45 p. m.?Sandman stories by I
Abbie Phillips Walker.
7:30 p. m.?"History of Sugar,"
by Mr. Green, of the American
Sugar Refining Company.
8 to 10:15?Musical program.
WBZ?SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
3 p. m.?Radio Chapel.
8 p. m.?Church service.
Mellon Revokes Order
For Wilson Fund Taxes
Secretary of the Treasury Mellon
yesterday ordered withdrawn the rul
ing of Internal Revenue Commission
er Blair that contributions to the
Woodrow Wilson Foundation fund
are not deductive from income tax
returns.
The ruling will be reviewed, Mr.
Mel'on said, but he indicated he be
lieved it should be completely over
ruled.
Policeman's Bicycle Stolen.
The bicycle of Park Policeman J.
W. Sheedy, 2301 N street northwest,
was stolen at Ninth street and New
York avenue northwest yesterday.
(C) Underwood and Underwood.
through Its arc transmitter on a
wave length of 17.000 meters.
The dashes, as transmitted from
Arlington are made at one second
intervals starting five minutes be
fore the hour. The last second of
each minute Is indicated by a long
er dash.
Hears \JBm Miles.
At the exact hour of 12 noon and
10 p. m., a very ion*; dash termi
nates the time signals. Under or
dinary atmospheric conditions these
time ticks are heard from 1.500 to
3.000 miles.
It might be thought there would
be a fraction of a second lost be
fore the tick was heard on a ship
4.000 miles distant. Radio waves
traverse that distance in some
thing less tftan one two-hundredth
of a second, and the most accurate
timepiece known is not sensitive
to a fraction of time less than one
fifth of a second.
Ship's Chronometer Vneknnged.
When the time ticks are being
received in the radio room aboard
ship, the quartermaster on watch
stands with phones on head watch
ing a small ship's clock in his hand.
At the exact hour as indicated b>
the long final dash he Sets the clock.
The ship's chronometer, a timepiece I
of precision located in the navigat- 1
ing officer's cabin is then compared
with the clock as corrected by the'
quartermaster. Although its er- ?
rors are noted daily, the ship'*
chronometer is not changed, for it j
is set accurately to Greenwich
mean time.
Greenwich is a hamlet on the'
Thames river a "short distance from
London. Geographic positions In
our part of the world are all de- 1
termined with reference to their
distance east or west of Greenwich,
longitude 0 degrees.
Hast Allow for Extra Hoar.
In 1883 the United States was di
vided into four meridians. 75. 90.
105 and 120 degrees west of Green-1
wich, respectively. Between de
grees of longitude represented by
these figures the time belts estab
lished were: Eastern. Central.
Mountain and Western. There is a
difference of one hour between each
time belt. Thus 12 o'clock noon in
Washington is 11 a. m. in Chicago:
10 a. m. in Denver: 9 a. m. In Los
Angeles. Cal. Keeping these facts
in mind It will help in tuning the
radiophone set to know that KWY 1
Chicago, transmits on Central time,
and that to correct the transmit- j
ting time of WJZ and WVP. which
may starting today, operate on day- I
light saving time, one hour must
be added to the above figures. The
time sent from NAA each upon noon :
and night is Eastern Standard.
PLAN TWO RADIO
FACTORIES IN D. C.
The organization of a new radio 1
corporation and the reorganization of -
another company long established in j
Washington has resulted In some 1
confusion, due to simultaneous an
nouncements from both concerns.
The Radio Instrument Company,
recently reorganized with Brent Dan
iels as president, already has secured
a factory site and expects to beuin
production within a brief period. Mr.
i Daniels, the new president, formerly
! was connected with the Bureau of
Standards, and perfected the radio
' frequency transformer which is the
I distinguishing feature of the ampli
| fier sets manufactured by the Radio
j Instrument Company.
The Washington Radio Corpora
j tion. an entirely separate and dis
tinct enterprise. Is officered by
Charles N. Schneider. president:
James Lawrence Endicott. mechan
ical engineer, and .T. N. Halper, sec
retary-treasurer. This concern an
nounces K soon will begin the man
ufacture of sets on a large scale.
Broadcasting Programs, Dates and
Wavelengths for This Week.
LOCAL STATIONS DAILY.
NAA?NAVAL RADIO STATION.
10:30 a. m.?Meteorological report on 5,950 meters of arc trans
mitter. 1
13 m. and 10 p. m.?Time signal, weather report, ship order*.
8:30-9:00 p. m.?Radiophone news, iaoo meters.
10:30 p. m.?Naval press news. Wavelength, 3,650 meters.
WWX?POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENT STATION.
10 a. m.?Weather report; 10:30 a. m., market gram; both radio
phone on 1,160 meters.
13:30 p. m.., 2:4s p. m, 3:30 p. m., C. W. telegraph marketgram on
1,980 meters; 5 p. m., dairy products for New York, and grain report.
Radiophone 1,160 meters.
7:30 p. m. and 8 p. m., radio marketgnuns; 9:50 p. m., weather re
port. All radiophone on 1,160 meters.
360 meters unless otherwise noted.
WMU?Doubleday-Hill Electric I WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY
Company.
4:30-5:30?Music. Baseball scores
from The Herald.
3YN?Radio Institute, spark
transmission 6:30 to 7:00 p. m.
MONDAY?WPM?Thomas J.
Williams, Inc.
8 p. m.?Lecture and music. *
TUESDAY?NOP?Naval Air
Station.
4 to 4:30 p. m.?Music, 1,100
meters.
WJH?White and Boyer.
7:30 to 10 p. m?Music and lec
ture.
NOF.
8:30 to 9:50 p. m.?Music, 910
meters.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY?
WMU.
7:10 to 8:*o d. m.?Music.
DISTANT STATIONS DAILY.
KDKA ? Pittsburgh; WJZ ?
Newark; KYW?Chicago; WBZ?
Springfield; WGI?Medford. Mass;
WVP?Fort. Wood, N. Y.; Also
KQV?Doubleday - Hill Electric
Co., Pittsburgh, Pa., on Monday,
Wednesday and Thursday nights
at 8:30 o'clock.
WATCH HERALD DAILY SCHEDULE FOR PROGRAM.
New York Show Will Give
$500 for Exhibition of
Best Sets.
I " -
'The Important feature of the New
Jork radio .how to open at the
conatructed b, amateur, ^ TnJ
?f the United State*
awarded the .eta .Coring the moat
dirr1"!,"" m'n ln th* radio
ii. f th# Judgea
Anv .?.n,dlU?n* ?f ,he con,eat are:
MU .. t.eUr m?y "lttr u many
h? o' ?he desires. "Ama
teur la denned aa "an Indlridual
* ? "?l J'rectly or Indirectly
*1! he manufacture, pro
duction or aale of radio apparatu.
Purposes." Entrle.
*''' be Jud*'d o" the point
tern, the entry receiving the great
est number of polnta will be award
prl?er"itcPrl"; M*he,t' "??>d
Efficiency of reception. SO polnta
appearance. 1? polnta; simplicity ol
operation. 10 polnta; -wiring and
com fa 1" 10 poln,s: economical
tO polntaT" ' "hook-a?>" ?"???m,
Prlaes will be awarded aa follow.:
?7r ft. 5 ?I0#: ??end prime,
iok / ,5?: ,ourth prt??
?z?. nrth to fourteenth price, tin
?5CeachnfUenth to thirty-fourth.
* J,p*rla' Prl" of $50 will be
*ntry recelvinr the
. amount of vote, from
.how attendance at the rajjio
blank, may be had on
rommil. lpril"/Uon to Amateur
A?0l* 2^' Bhow. Hotel Mc.
Aipin, New ^ ork City.
Questions and Answers
"?stake Corrected.
r.?i ' .have h"" following your
radio column for romp we>k> with
e*L of * commercial op
teur radio i* '"l growlh of ?">?.
teur radio. In today', column 1
noted a ml.take In th, an.w?r to'
'J' ^ * ?'uestlon concemilnp the two
,l.C. tU,b" Th' an.w*er ata,?
taincH ?'?I? rlemin* valve con
ained a filament and grid. wherea.
' aio^8, n? ?r'd* ?>ut a pl.ee It ?
idea m" k n ?>'"?>"" a wrong
Idea M. K. O.. jr. Baltimore. Md
J . ,our rorrection I. appreciated
and It i. hoped any other error, will
?e reported The Fleming ^We iL
M.u .tat, i. . iwo-eiement tub?
p!?* a?d, "lament. Another error
curred In the I.Me of April 2?
when In an article on the B batterv
aentence ln*the Introductory
P4^Pk ?0,n,tt'd ,h* letter B:
blttee? ^ ?ry may b* * storage
naraVrnnif '. ,the read,nK of the
Thlf ,kP . Biv,n? "<e irapreaaion
that the A battery was ? drv or
primary cell. . a ?y or
'larr-KaatB.au ?,(.
Iin ? CI"PP-Ea.tham trpe
'lui K circuit reireneratiTe re
aving aet. and . two-stage audio
frequency amplifier. which ,
unSa* K??d 8in"e w,r' an
,rila> Y*"'d 1 be "b!* to hear Sew
P'ttsburgh juat a, loudly
with a similarly con.tructed ,et
employing two atage. of radjo fre
eUhe7.?am.Pi,nC*"0n- and c
w ??tdoor or ? loop antenna?
.lor, W?uld 1 with inch ampllflca
tion. and an outdoor antenna i>?
reasonably certain of hearing '.u^
distant station, aa Detroit and Chi
cago much louder than |. possible
tTon? stas? of audio ampllflca
. (miIJ*0"!* *JU*e ?' radl" ?nd
a Stage of audio amplification be
much better than two stages of ra
h?.Sm. .. ' " '?r B<-neral phone
broadcasting recepUon"'
Hft* radio frequency amplifi
cation any drawback, except con
finement to certain wavelength.?
a r R- E- W
A. (a) I would suggest that you
fhfs.^V <lealer* who h??'d>e
win .? Mt R*dl? '"luency
r { increa?e the strength of
a signal you would otherwise re
?l?e. Tt I. , feature of fSe
radio frequency amplifier to
amplify radio wave, before they
are of the requl.ite strength
10 be detected by the detector tube
In this respect the receiving range
of your set would be Aided by the
suggestions you make.
<b> You would hear those stations
with less adjustment, but without
Increase In the strength of signals.
To get the equivalent strength of
signals you would need to use two
stages audio in connection with the
radio frequency.
<c) For local work use one stage
DR. LEHMAN
DENTAL. SURGEON
PI.ATE SPKA'I A1.IST
Plate, Repaired While ca
lou Wait
Crown Bridge and Porcelain
Work. Painlesa Extraction*.
307 7th St.
K LADIES AND CHILDREN'S^
I PANAMA |? m
and STRAW llM I b
Cleaned, Blcachcd and Blockcd
by Experts
Vienna Hat Pactorv
435 1 1th St N. W
Pitt?TjurO
Automatic uas (i ater ..cater*
Ed*?r Morrii Salet Co.
I*** 0 rt- "? *?la 1M.1M3.
DENTIST
~o Pala
rtrat
N* High
Wnk
M Tmic
PhM? FiwiUb C54S
309 7tb St. N. V.
WESTTNGHOUSE
RADIO RECEIVING
- SETS
AND PARTS
FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
RADIO
Mn. eoaatriiet. InetaJI, operate
?M maintain your owa Ml: or
you can qualify for the remark
able opportunities which are con
etantlv (wn'nT In ?He men with
a worklac ltnowledce o? radio
m?y ?* d iele*Ta'by
Coca* ta and tall ua about your
plana. bat the oldeet-eatabllahod
achool la Washington aanre ye*
We have a complete llaa of radio
apparatus alao.
KATIOHAL RADIO IWM II I'll.
1MB P....7 l< ..I. A W.W.
Q.
? WF INSTAI I
III YOUR HO ME FOLLY EQUIPPED
OUR SETS
FROM $16.50 UP
Era the Kiddies Caa Wo* Our Set.
Westinfhouse Jr., Westinghouse Sr.,
$35.00 lust. $75.00 last.
Raase. Fifty Kiln Raaat lip ta 1?W Kfln
Larger Sets, Fol Line of Radio Parti
$150.00 aa4 $200.00' M - Stock
Listennf-la Concerts from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M.
Everybody Weicow?Cmbc ia aad Let U? Eiplaia Oar
NEW COUPLER LOOP
CAPITAL RADIO SALES
AGENCY
724 lltk Street N. W.
The Oaly Ezcbmre Radio Store ? Washington
L m. DI'KXAV 4Radio HI ), *aa?(rr.
s
Radio Equipment
- and Radio Service
When we opened this Department we de
termined to make service a feature of it
It s a new subject and there is much upon
which you'll want advice. Please don't con
sider whether you are buying or not, but
feel free to consult the experts you'll find
here. They know?and what they know is
at your "service."
Complete Sets
of Standard Makes
$15.00 to $375.00
Parts
Everything needed for assembling of Radio Outbt.
Fada Rheostats, Sockets. G. A. Dials, Rotors, etc., etc.
Head Sets
Dictagraph, 3,000 ohms, lightweight and
guaranteed.
"A" and "B" Batteries
$1.50 to $10.00
Radio Literature
The authorized Text Books. Blueprint* and Technical
Magazines.
10c to $2.25
Our receiving station is catching messages
week days from 4:30 to 5:30 p. m. Come
on and "listen in."
JSato&ftompatni
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