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THX HARTFORD HSRALD
Construction of Two Is Da
scribed, With the Materials
That tfuit Bo Purchased.
Theoroticnlly nny manlier of r:m
former coilel Kfiios f audio fre
quency millflestion oun be nel.
Howercr, due to Hn amtillflrntlon of
ptntlc dKurnnnces, iowit lino Induc
tion, tutw? nolfi-M, fir., tlirw stnpo
re about the prm-fini! limit. If inoro
Uinn three KtngMi ure ustvl the nolnMi
become Bo loud In comparison w'Oi
the sienal Hint It U dltlirult to hoar
Since mitUo freijuiwy niwillfylns
trnnxforniers n he purcluiw-il Ht iy
radio shop and tlio simplest method of
coupling, the constnu tion of two auitlo
frequaucy . amplifier units wilt be do
scribed. ' .'
The! first unit will l Brrnn'-ifd to
pe s!wa in wiijuhllhiu wiut hmt h !...
kn Mnnli aH IlUtllll I .fl mi IllP PiL'TlN !
Inch square horluntal Iiumo bourd, pre
viously mentioned In th! column. The
tetrer that were rlglnnlly connected
to the telephone receiver I connected
to the terminal et the amplifying
transformer. One, aide of tne eecowl
ary of the amplifying transformer I
cnunei-ted to the RTld, and Uie other
lde of the -om1nry to the fllMiiicnt
end common tiatttry lead. The fila
ment rheofitat Is In wrlcs wllh the pos
it I re side of the fllnmcnf. The plate
termlnnl on the tube' socket Is com
nnrtert to one side of the phone, the
other sldo of the phone bolwc connect
ed to the positive aide of a -ffi-volt "HH
battery. I'se a "hard" tube as an am
plifier. When using the amplifier unit for
the llrst time, tune the receiver with
the detector only. To connect the ter-
?' 0x0 '
O 1 p-o 1 0 ;
ininul T-T from the amplifier unit In
-.ii of ib? phnfu"; in tbe plate circuit
of the. amptifl'MV B'ljust liulh. the filn
muut rlieoxIftlH unlit the slKual
atrenglli is iiiuximuin.
If it Is de.divd to still farther am
plify the Incoming nIiihI two iimpll
tier linils nn be constructed, the out
put of each unit bring connected to
the input of (ho next, and the phonos
being paired In the plate circuit of the
Inst Miuplllier tulip.
In cjiisti-ortliiK lite second unit Kiutie
the piiecl inn) Use .i .-ntoard of the
mime thicl-.ners. Hud of wood. Hiid tin
as used fur the receiver. The panel
should be four inches wlrto and fits
Inches hih, the baseboard three Inches
wide and four inches deep to "match
up." Use (he tjime kinds or binding
posts' nnd tiluniei:t rheostat that were
uscil on the receiver.
ML'. XXXIV Is a plan v'ew of the
amplifier milt, hnd Kip. XXXV la en
cleviillon of the front view of the
panel. The diuxrain of connections Is,
of course, the same aa for the previous
ly dCMTihed mill and Is shown In Fig.
-Yheso amplifier units rnn he used In
eonjnsctlon with any radio receiver.
Tt)e Mime unit connected etectrlcalljr
as shown In Vlg. XKXII1 can bo mount
el to suit the bulldera own l-mta.
AfXHIIJNTO HIKXNI TO
IHHKA8RH IN KEWTlft'KY
Louisville, Ky., Sept. H. More
persona came-to their death In 1(21
In Kentucky by violence and in ao
cldon'ji thsu wore carrod off by
Any dioeaaea except pnonmonta and
tuborculoBis, it Is shown by flgurel
mad 9 public here today by tbe Bu
reau or Vital Statistics of the Slate
Board of Health. Violent and acci
dental deaths were 1,799, according
to tho figuroe, . while deaths from
tuhorru?o:l3 were J, 135 and pneu
monia was responsible for 1,031.
Total deaths from accidental
causes were 1114, tho largest sln
glo( r.era, according to J. F, Blar.k
orby, director Of tho bureau, being
burr.a of various k'nds, which were
'roaponaiblo for 140 deaths, and then
road accidents occasional the next
1arg3Rt number of fatalities, being
responsible for 140 doths, and then
tn order come mine and quarry acci
dents, 138 deaths; automobile acc
donts, 93 deaths, and accidental
poisonings, 0 deaths.
Ot the 875 deaths by violence,
173 were suicides and 201 homi
cldoa. In connection with these,
Mr. Blackerby pointed out. referring
to tho nod of more Mrlngent legis
lation agaliibt the carrying of lire
arms, that over' halt of the suicides
wero by means of some kind of fire
arm:!, and that in tbe case of the
homicides firearms were used In 90
per cent of tho murders.
A. V. OF Ii. TJKGKH, lMI'EACH-
MFNT OK W. M. IMUGHKKTY. 1
SEEKS STftWDARD APPARATUS
second unit will he mounted on a vert I
cat panel four inches wiilo and s!
inchcH hiKh lo "mnteh up" wilh the
aiz-by-eiKht vertical panel vacuum tuho
described recently in thiM column.
Ttie rollowinj; hlamliml apparalua
will have to be piircliaxeil lit a rudle
supply store In order to construct an
ampiiner linn 10 no usei in conjuuc
tlon with cither receiver.
One Hiiiplifyinu iruiisformnr, cost
One vacuum tuho (for iimpllf)cr)(
One viieiium lulie Hocki'l, cii.st $1,
One (lltiment rheestnt, cost iiliout $li
Seven binding posts, com! about 70 1
The aniplllier unit to lie used with
the t'lKht-iiieh Hiut.e lioityjinml hiiw
hoard is iniiiinlcd on u hiisn thnm
National Radio Chamber of Commerce
la Nesotiating With Federal
The NiiLlojiiil Itadlo Ch.imher of
Oomiueree Is neitiattns with the vari
ous government departments, such as
the bureau of standards, Department
of Commerce, United States signal
corps and United States Navy depart
ment., with a view to cn-0Mrating wltn
these departments in the standardiza
tion 'if radio apparatus, methods of
manufacture, methods of testlnc, etc.
The National Itadio Chamber of Com
merce Intends to work with these
departments jtud assist them la their
Atluntic, City, N J., Sept. 14.
The cxe-ciitive roiiocll nf the Amerir
can Federation ot Labor' today de
manded the Impcechment of Attor
ney General Daugherly and Federal
Judge WUkeraon of Chicago in con
nection with tho Injunction proceed
lngB brought by the Government in
the rail ehopmen'8 strike.
Immediate steps looking toward
impeachment will be taken by the
Federation, fcaid a ionnal statement
embodying tho labor organisation's
OHj I'TtVKR IHTH MONKOR
AS FliOWINO WKMi 18 STRUCK
Tompkinsville, Ky., Sept. 14.
incitement is running high here as
the result ot tbe striking of flow
ing oil well on the Keers farm on
Kettlu Creek, this county. A West
Virginia syndicate owns the well. A
local company has been formed and
will start drilling on an adjoining
lease tomorrow. " '
The doputy sheriff was trying to
break tbe bad news gently.
"Are you the Widow Jones, ma'
am?" bo asked the woman who
came to the door.
"Widow Joucs?" she retorted
with asperity. "Not so you could
notice It. 'My old man is sittin'
back the-ro in the kitchen this min-
"Sorry to have disturbed you then
ma'am." replied tho deputy polite
ly. "Guess the boys down to Hoop
enhollor must have gone end lynch
ed the wrong feller." American.
TIPS FOR FANS S
O O O
O 2F O ij
( 0 ) $
A radio amateur in Krunee
has tuujih luck, tie can't send J
I hi mi ami ih nri pernuiiea 10
A euiideiiiimd murderer In a
Huston in. I is Mieii(!!n' his re-
tint i ii in t; hours in the construe-
i tlon of a riidin receiving net '
J that t tie inmiites may enjoy pro- i
uniiiiH during their hours of un- J
De .pile all udviee lo the con- i
, trar.v, peip!e si ill insist on us-
trig dry i'iIIh for Iho rilainent
a supply of viieuuiu lulies. The J
hatterh's will held up for about
The host was nervous and iner-
porieuced aud be rose hurriedly at
'the conclusion of a song with which
' one of the guests had been obliging.
"Ladies and gentlemen," he be
' gan. "Before Mrs. Smith startod
to ting she at told me her at
' voice was not In the best condition
and ehnskod me to apologize
' tor it, but I neglected to do and
'ah I apologize now." American
I - -
1 . TlctihOii KnouRh
"Say Pop, why are all tho drug
' litores on corners?"
I live miniiies aim men tney will J
slowly die down, until nothing
at ad can he heard.
Se.-r.-lary Wnliure bus an
nounced completion of plans for
lnchr4 wide and tl Inches Inn Tin
tube filament rhenhtal is iiioiinleil ii I
tbe front, the uinpllfyliix Iruimfuniii
era in tho buck uml thu tulu in tin
Klif. XX.MI Nhov.'s the relative po (
sltloii of Ihu .trui sifi.riner tulie .six k
and filament rloWnt wltn inountit
ou the bnseliKUrd. A dluram of con 1
nectlons of the mnpliflcr uult b '
shown in Kljr. XXVIII. The Inpu 1
fuming Iiciii the lerinliijU of the r I
I lii'iiadciisl Inj; kseulher, crop and
market news 1 liy radiophone '
J from Memphis, Tenn. ; Jackson- J
I vllle, Ma.; Itoswell, N. M, Slid I
J Milwiiiikec, V'!s., thus giving J
J I lie )i pun in. :;t of Ai;i'ii ulturo
I U htatiiiiis t! Tnugliont tie J
t'n't. it StnP's fu, ii which iiRri- I
I cultural news mav be itlisein- !
A r-iilfo iicrial whII L-pl,ii,i1l,,f :
i win i a lie an or (lie joy out of ' I
J liiililniiiK rnd Kalesinaiisliip. I'jm J:
a No. i c.ippcr wire dnwn from J
J yo :r l.yliiiilrif ii renter, as
si .eel lit d by t!i ne,v rci!.li,tionn '
J of the underwriters' code cone i :
'J plied , In Was'ilntrlon recently. J
J and your homo lit r amply l
.t nroteelHil from PvMnin. ir !
' you have (one dcp Into the
earth In iiialiing your grouud.
"So they will bo handy for auto
co'.lintons, my son."
Aimritan Legion Weokly.
Mrs. Huylor: "My ' buBband ba
In creased my allowance."
Mr. Cuylir: "What did you
catch him doing?"
Amerlciiii Legion Weekly.
Talking Movies Possible.
Thoutrh 'Vpeuhiiig nims" were first
inudo about lWKi, their comblnalloa
with picture libus bus Jut.t been suc
cessfully accomplished tor the lirA
Unc, b to tswed.sh uclentlsls, uu'i
ie talhlng movie nei-ius alaiut to be
cuiiie a rallty. The iiicIIkhI, says
I'opiiliir Meehuitlee ' Miittazlne, m
I'loys thu fuiidameiital niclliud of
te.rller ileveloiiinenlM, which makes us
of the properly of neleiilum for con
trolling u telephonic ruiieiit when ac
tuated by viulnlile llluiiiluatliiu. The
novelty of this latest wnrU seems tu
e. In the successful combining of
iiictiiic I ciir'iu "lid Stinud-reeoi-d bear
ing t'.'ms by ruiinliii! Ihian on the
aiiie hlniri. v. hi In tiik'ng uml ivpi'Mliic
tn ' the ihuililc record, mid In mulvi ?
e entimi colli rolled electric wtlHi.l
Hine a l.nnWu. enUnt 1 1 ! i-li v--
$230 Cut in Price of International 8-16 and a
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International 8-16 Now $670 Z&Jo .
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with all essential equiptment pulleys, fenders, platform, throttle-governor, ad
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aud necessary on any tractor to make it serviceable aud safe, included in our
price. No extras to buy.
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Between now and Oct, 1st, we will give to every purchaser of an Interna
tional 8-16 tractor a genuine 2 bottom P. & O. Plow FREE, f. o. b. Chicago.
But this is a special offer, good only until Oct. lbt, and demands quick action. '
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Beaver Dam, Ky,
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