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NEW nniTAIX DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, :iAr.CTI 25, 1020.
20 Gtf THE AIR I'll t ItMl V. lriigrani cm I "vlern Miintlurtl Tlinr y. i:iv WTIC, T:;ii- II' li' tiull Itt H."i'.'!lS' , I'll It, HellC s .-xi.Obi- WI.SI, -dl r, Pell- italic"." WPC. s: I i- atliil 111. lie KI'KA. Mil Club prou'l WPZ. H Tii WKNY, Hi- I ni i.i -nun i lUiir'.i t. Miini'.i. mi. Aiii-!i; "Aruii'i'J aid Whig World in P Music" recital. WOY. in -"A Nisi Slop ." WI.W. i " J.aduV WIIVA. I -1 . j m : I WJZ, l";li 'I':. harinonv . W J : I '. 1 1 . 1": l."i -Tli Land. ..ri Hoy Sand;, y S.-M.I1. j I K II MM I WIII- 1T ::. Cull livir rin '. '"nv'iity! Mllint. H l'i il;.: LillU." l'.'im. KimlMll H--: C : " l.'ii il II' mi'" it' r'n Hot 1 I'.OI'.i HI'l. ' 7:'.;ii iiii'.uin '.h'Ti'i-. i ' " i ini'l i w -al li' r r.-Mit't-. , iiu.'i l'r"i;rniii Tom txpo.H ion at ti" l'i ;i' H i .- '-Ml I ii" ihlls iiii'l His iH' ii H! y. r.. l..i.'iloii. ; inuiiii'. jii'l liut i r Homes armory. Worthy K '.r.L K. I'. At will, ini; CI' m- 1 1 ; i.rlml.. j: 1 1 1 i t v : o fniin t-iU' i'tain 'riLlic Jloomtf, iolims' : L'imi Kiml ij ratio an 1 r- a,. r; C 11 Heath, ku- i '. lia. J rury, l'i -,'i.lie Kosinska, I I '.I. I) !!!! ijiali: l.ai'iloiii ; N liianl."1. UllZ Nl'IIIN.! ij ; 2 Market rrport. ,i:;(ij Hot I Kitnli.ifl oriiiicst ia tm- ,. r tht iliiTi.'iioti u Hob rmt'-rson. 0:4.1 Hot-1 I.hio.1 ' 1 1 s ' t " ' ' I " 7 Coiitinua' ion o'' Jlot'.l Kimball, orcli'.stra. 7::;ii lUiniiiinli-a s-l rtlons Iiy l'. i I'aroti. 7;4.1 N. A. i.'. Uadto I'orimi. gl,co K.isiiKin's orclu'St ra; .iflen r: Imoii'J. liariloiH-. assis'.ins solo-; I.St. 3 ilonrcrt by thr- Ansolus ijuartet; Mrs. Antha MimS' ll Hoot, soprano; i l.'liailcs II. Yonntf, t.noi': Nora, Ulaii'l' ti Vttiton. i.-omralto; JamH 1.. Mai'ih'sc, baritone; Mrs. Thomas, aci.'omiiaiiist. i j;45orpHii i'f:ita! by Arthur Clif- i ton from Ksti-y orwan Btudio. 10 WfUtlu-r reports; missing per-j tons. I 10:ij3 Continuation of organ recital; bv Arthur Clitlon. j 10:50 Concert by the Springfield : orchestra ensemlile, Annur ji. Turner, eomlue'cir, assisted by Mrs. .1. W. Morrison, xylophone soloist, direct from the, Capitol theater. u woiti i:sti:h 2 b-Ao "The Story Teller." S "The harkinlt. s." s : :; o Travel talk. y 1 1 Program same 8 WEAK. Wj ,il'ROYlDKSCE I'owers' orchestra. WLSI l'KOVlDKNt I. 1 1 1 sjwrelta, "Tirates or rmi WNAC ItOSTON 2 SO (! The Hmilers, MrArdle. conducted by Clyde i:.'.iit. li. fook's dinner dance, di l ection Koy Stewart son. 7 t Talk, J. 1 . Mitchell. 7 4n Talk. I'.oston Better ll usin ess Commission. --I'l-oerum. arratigeil by the Amer- i.-an Legion of l.ynn Mass. '.' Varini program arranged oj ijhaties Pearson. 1' Hroadeast jrotu 'Tuna. llusso's liansoiuan on-iienna. WI,i;HOSTON 31U ;,::'! Lost and pound. To-Ih-"k stork market and hUSlll' SU II' ti lOvi-nts of the .lay. iLi;, Pig UroMn r idub. 1:S.,IUrk. nl.avk.f Olde Jlomc- S!iad Group. J. l Prom WLA I". ,, I V Ml k I ')' R::;: Mark, t iiiotatio:is. ;;:, I'iiiain ial summary. 7 Vuii'i. ri.iT confer! orchestra. 7:11 J'l'lR'' 8- Malle i's or.-l.'i'r;:. j, ::. .. ,-. Na i'.ui il l'i"tures. Mine. Modist.-."' 9 Kov;'! Salon u '.'stra. n Political Si"i::ti"n in Washing ton." l-iv I' nek William Wile. P,. r- iininy 1":!.' Tin. I'.... .rd r.oyr, t'li.i.k Kainp!ain. . 4:, - IT. ddi' Li I A I N 1 AV Vine n: Ln'," ': .1 linii. nia-i-'. . Midw- k : danci or- VOllh 102 orchestra. it-e. 1, wr.Ai". T' ... I.. 11,1'. all : - 'iii' Wl.liv ,,. I.,,,,. ..rcn . M A YtMlK :!l M .1 lb. 0-1 ieiga'O. Mm-'i K - I Volih- ... ; . ,w-',bor: gac.tr. - Pill 1..I- P: 11 1 !'. eU' - 1 5 Win 1 If ' i - t n tot? 'i' ; Vo'ga 7 io. Pne "Are i the World I '4 I 'I M.l.'dc" Kli iiii'ir 'l i in:. l! I' IVI ' III V. VOICf II II I J,;, i. WNVC M.W Olllv l-irki ' lilirl, sjin'M. : I"- -! ! aii. J"1.i..-iii, I'ldi. . alarms. -1 '.in. r I l'li;nLi'"s - i'i.i..!' ly Ktiii.v .U '"I Pl'IlP, KOl.'vir Hl.'l, .1 I' Is. Jin-, .tins, ry. Miiii- I 'i' III if C Mmiriii . IM-.Mir I T'm I U'ltinm 1 Sen Mt li I'll. : Kaymut.'l .M.ilj. r. i. nor. " ; 1 ' ! k ey Kv;j A 1.. ins. I'ulic alarm.-: i - t' 'i-t. Mr M VOltk an 'I ". 'I . . -Pan. Iv 'rum mi. .li. iiir ' '.I Si.-' I';. iirngraiu. M.I.V - S. ' j - . I, VY.-ir. ,,,,i'i'i,i,. . v!.'i 'I'o )., ; 1 1 i i ,j i i r. ' 1. i:.- N'..iv,- ..dill i. "' -Ta'ifco or. Iumm. Uriii' I b....'irs (if 1 1 ' i".. IV- Hni:i lv.'..v 1:1k!. t. s - Minnie i:u.,s. .i;iiii'. ' : 1 -- Angus' in 'loiual.M, -.antone. s::iA-",i..anii.- A'Jair. hopiaiio. i:a" Ho.: (lone.'i.ir, )iianit. li : it." - - .1 route J.ania, musii al sa w. a:l:e - i u-rh.'si im. to--'ani'y H.-siauran'. .r-t;vittra. AiM.WI, M'AV V(M!K 2KS ' : Z '- Ale l .'ii.-ry's etit.-rluine'rk.. '.' - ' ill' slion I. ox. !';3'i John von .p. , t. nor. ii:4'. A i T. d Lositisky. pianist, in nook I'l-vli w. Wal: t fi.'i'-lgan. l'i: I '- (irace Liddan. , soprano; mu i.: . wiipii. 'oitit aa ti Knii.. Kriekiti, orclies; ru; talk. W N.J M.W A KK i.12 7- l;obi n Treat's String ens. mble. H I HII MAV YUKK 273 .1 Murray Schwartz, piano, a:ir, Co iirgn Writ J. ricitatlons. Alice V"ndi II. srins.s. .1:4.1 Hot' y McLean, Leo Ford, SnllgS. 0: 1 .1- Smi' li's Paramount orch. 7 Vork ilb ( nt. rtainers. WlilUl STATLN ISLAM) 27:! Clarion Ptass uuartet. 4:1" L. Marion Prown, soprano. S::i.i Hiblo lecture, 11. ,S. Seklemlan :4" L. Marion Urown, (soprano. ; s:10' Clarion Prass quartet. I YX'KST HAY SIIOKF 210 8-10::!n Musical and educational. Oll MAYAKK 1115 6:1 a Hill Wathey, "Sports." 6:31) Jacques Jacobs' ensemble, ':') News bulletin. YY4 iC i'S I AV A UK 2.12 t'i Irving 1'irstenberg, jiianist. 15 i'iotfi and Val, songs. i 10 Jimmy Clark. 311 Strickland's orchestra. i: Lb Moine orchectra; Midnight b'rolic. ! WODA I'ATLHSOX 22 I 5 Studio program. j .1:3" News: sport, talk. C Colonial or.'hes'ra, S: 1 5 Mid-wck devotional service. 9 Ann I'orl, soprano. 0:10 Parent -Teacher association. 9: 3u Vocal selections. 'j:41 Talk; music. 10:2 Hill Walsh's orchestra. 11:20 Jimmy Murphy's Owls. 12 mid. Midnight liettdezvous. WOO I'll I LA 1)1 il.l'HIA 508 7:3" Dinner dance music. WCAI l'lllLADI.I.I'HIA 278 C:3" Hilly Hays' orchestra. 7:3'i Snellenburg Symphony oreli. 8 Norman P.nrr, liarilone. ' S: 15 Klisabeth Lapetina, Michael Konticoli, songs. 8:4,1 The Kandy Kids. 9 Parry tr Moore, tenor. 9:3u The Musical Chefs. 9:4.1 Comedy Iwou. I ri Sesquicetit 1 nnial Hour. I I roil isms' onhestru. 11:30 Club Hfvin. wi 1 piiii.ADii.piuA :m. 6; 5(1 t.'om.'f'n orchestra. 7 Dance orchestra. ; S Program from WKA P. LIT IMIII.AIM.LI'III.A 3o i 7:3" I in am Daddy. ' WIP I'HILADLI.IMUA .108 ipof, i'agoda orchestra. I 7 Holt cull: soners. . j $ "The S"sqiiief,n!tnnial." 1 ' .- :i:i J-lajipy Lour quarto;. 1 n: in Talk. Hishop T. Lowe, li.-ro- S. S. Leviathan orchestra. : I'd ATLANTIC CITY 11(10 .::1.1- Sports talk, Hilly T:ocap. ; i;:3'i - l.ast-inliiute news Hasn.-s. ;:41 I minute organ r-cital. 7- Klk home dinner music. Per: , Kstelow. oi red or. i- World Wonder Incursions. Alfred Jam's 1'. Mci.Ture. 1 1. Pi. s. 1 I'ouer rt un li'i- auspices of At-iaii-ic City board of education in .i'idi:oriiiiii o: tl'.e Atlantic City l.ign school, by I'ntvernity of PennsyUania male quartet: John J. O'lgul-". first tenor; Clyde. Deng . r, sc-oti 1 tenor: llaymond Fred .ri'.ks. bari'oue; Leon T. Moore. l,as; V. I.atirci.'.j i.'urry. accom 1'anist. 1. !!airic City Ks'.C's' .ii.nvt orch Xyll Ml ATI A NTH t II V 277, 7.:;-' s--ries o:' 'i.i.itoi naii tacts. Sea-id" Trio. , 1 P.. '!; I.. ll''f "I' lc s'-a. WIIXM lt III Nil H 278 7 : I to. .k chat. 7.41- -I 'rocra in ' rem W I PL. li 1 HIIY IOW N 27:1 Wis'chestir Cien,t I'hap t.r. Am-rican 1 - tri. .n, n'- rtain- .V- Ml M ("TAI'V ".HO and nc.vs items, oer.-im by let) Pivck N. V. .k c:,a- ' 'A a . I' S' oi r. por s .3 " - 1 iiv 'i--r p' Trio. Albany. .::..- -w; it Jacou. nbrari ll- m i I.i- c'rut coin illy. :4e -PrOKram by .y ra sit v. A ra cii . N. . use P'tdver a.so broad- . ,s i. Wl-l'.P. Uiijal H.iitr T..m WJZ. " Nigat i-i t .iinry mi . tic- Corn Husk'-rs or'-!. I :" i iic m f 'Hal l.v St. jh n P P l.ro . roin pro. "or Hail. A. '.an: t l y W I PI. . .- I ni ' - im Harm .ill is P. -ck N. V. lalf-O broi l W'l'. S'. I .aw I i - .r. N X r. i. mad l Hi" Vo- el .I"' lllf fain on ;6X in- 'e'-s i W(.K 1" I I Al.l S r.'- I 'inn' r music . --' S-1I Tie- P.irkitit'es .Imntlv v.i' ii WV Al l HI, M ItU'l M -'- -' 1 f--1 .inn'-r music. r.;l i'J.'i-T ..'-i -Ko.l'tme SlltP' Cue :3,1-7. .". 1 atk : aimounc rn'itts :4r,-S Syracuse Vnhcrsity iiiusi cle. ! I.' U:S"-l-'::. - ni-tfan recital. vi; v xiii,To- - " i "uiicit. i li in T N'.-w Wllldi'd C'l'i-lii'blia, S-- StllithjuilililTl t.llll. V!u ltil dlu-IIH IH IilrH 'III, HI lull, '.i Ijoyal Kiilon orch'.-Mm from New i ork. I I": l'i- "Tin,' Peeord P.oy." j J 0 : 4 .". .M.'.m. i Jiiviu' kind. i kdk ri i tmh ucii son i ;.: li I " 1 1 - J IM, Pcet n ii.llu. 1 i! : S" - I l.im r roii. i r . i- S;..rl,i)i."!i-r;ii in' i' in s ini'l mar In t n ri."i v. i' 'i i . nulls on nil Jni -1 o it ur, 1 in si n K. jjraln. ft not, col li, i) an. I iH'O lur.' mark'4. l-:K,- I'iimii )ii i'H! :uii :i it iny,i'.d by ' 'n, Stijekllia 'I .il 11 111). -l'i. s'l'H -iiy 'I'': '.rum vi I i .... .'''li' i dub ' : l "1 tiy i li.. tin ini- BI.J I 1- -l'i" I'. ml iiiisiil I'' viu ( AI'W AMIIM. ION Kll 7:1." i " 1 1 1 1 li':. ',.' riuii. ,.; i -! ...T,, in :-.ini' as ivu.u i i; ci i i i.ami auo ell ! r. Pi-' ii sane lis 1 LAP. lint.- nrtUts. a from W KA P. . 'A . IT' 0". in :-.o:ie ; a r: is1 UIAV t IN( IN.NAII I oi: I'hiUs. - Musical 'Ian Ishakcs the j.--:. y Hello Hoys. : Li Lyis Nave p ," I r;.'c WI a'l.er foteca-' and market repors. ' I .- ll.it. 1 (iii.son or.'licstr.'i. j '::"-- IvlucatUuial l.-atur-. Wild an- I inials in ,'ap'ivity. j l'i--t'lilison llot' l concert. H1 Ladies' lirasx band of tin; Lnlt- , ...J Spaiiisii War V eterans Auxil-; iai y, I i.'tyton, 1.1. , ) i--l'onular concert by the Dolierty , M-lody Hoys. li liuckey.- Malo quartet from N. ilia, 1 1. I 1:11 Sigh' Howls by the Crosley Skv T.-rri-rf. WKIK I IN( INN All :!2fl ! 1 Organ r cital, Eugene l'erazzo. 1 l:5i.i Swiss- Uardeii program. 1 2 Popular song recital, 12: II .Marion McKay and his orch. from tie. Swiss Gardens, dance music. V .1 1 1 I'O-N 1 1 AC .1 1 H 7 Jean Coldkette's Petite Symphony urches'.ra ; soloists. 7:30 "Me and Meginnity" program. 3 Jean Coldkette's orchestra, tin der the direction of Owen ParT' tt; soloists. 10 Jean Goldkett-'s Ttecording or ches'ra, broadcast from the (Jray (itonc ballroom. WCY DKTHOIT 51 5 Dinner music, 's Studio recital. vVii in ;i noli ;i7ji! .j Dinner music. Same as WKA F. IllaO LANlNl. 2S," r,--Dinner music. 1 H: 1 .1--P.eo orchestra and string qtiar 1 t. i. Kiu'e soios. I WSAI CI.NCI N -N A I I IS2 ! Same as WKAK. KYV C'HJC-H.O 530 I fi -"An Hour of Music." I n "Evening at Home" program. 12 Time signals. 1 Coon-Sanders Original Nighl i hawks. ; 2 . "insomnia Club" conducted by ! Coon -Sanders. ' WKIill HI( At.O 370 i il Children's half-hour. j s Special recital. ! 10 Ivlgewater Peach Hot-1 Oriole I orchestra, dance numbers. i Kuth Liulil Flick, stories; Orioie I Smoky Si ven Jazz baud. I 10: 15 ill raid and Examiner news I flashes. MI Kdgi water 'Peach llot'l Oriole. orchestra, dance number; Kuth Fisher, Huhl Flick, siories; Mark sont's: Pita Mcluuvn, song WEN II HICAt.O 2110 7 Daily dinner concert. Ranland- Lyric Trio. Vocal numbers. 9-11 Popular program. Frank Westplial and his All-American ; Pioneers. Popular number. MAI," ( lilt At.O 1 18 ! 3:1,1 Comni-i'ce talk; music, j luFniversity of Chicago b-cture. ' 1 fi: 30 M usica!,. ! lo:55 (thimes. W.1A. ( IIICAI.O 11- Malo (iiuirtet; Hetty Gold, so prano: W. Davics. tenor; Swedisli- Anierioan Women's quartet; An- nette liooliiian. piano. WHT CHICAGO 10O I ii : SO Kntertainers; pongs. 11:1" tjuartet; vocal duo. 1 2 : u" Went her; ent e rta i n ers. I Popular music. witii.Mt iiu .o .': 9-1 1 Trio; orclvs' ra: solos. I I -1 I 'opnlar concert. ,s I HICAt.O S to S T.uilaby time. S::fJ Artists' recital. (.N . iiicACO so;i T:3"-S--IUnner music; songs, 'j-1 1 -Same as VF.AT". 1 1 Old-time songs; playlet. 1 1 :4'J Musical-. unto rriic.u.o 226 7-S Orchestra; trio; songs. 1 Popular music. , , ,M ( il )S I ; H K A It 1 3 :o S Children's p'-riod. .i.S'ti.y recital. 1 ; ft i Popular music. wi in i i.t.iN r.f" ? "r'uiuh and Judy"; almanac, t : 311.3 Same as WKAF. 1 2 Paiice luaic; duds. iin .ion i n v si. j.j 1 ' irch' Stra; male utiarTt; solos and ilu-ls. I1VA-1III IIMOM) 2.8 fi'. Market reports. I Klgeworth Proiic and music ! feast. 5 Moment Musical Trio. . y - -1 , Soloist at.d novel'v numbers. i jo Country tiddlers in old time dance musi-. 11 Carrv M" Pick to Old Virgmny. WHAs-I.IIIIMll.l.t I'") S;-,,..,Mus-icale: Int. Sunday school b-sson: welfare talk. I w IIMIIAI TIMOUI 2I ,1 -WP-M. Sandman Circle. "WI I" I Avake S'orles for Sle py Time," i rv llai-l Kno. FIRE INSURANCE Geo. A. Quigley , 308 Main St. New Britain j 0 : " Pinner program; YVBAT. dln- IliM' tirclie.sira, 7:"'i 1 Tgati proa rum. p.'cli.il from the concert hall of the IVahody Oniisorvub i y o' Mif ic. i-l Mimical program. Elsie Sam uel, idum:; EliAihe'.h S'l.lnian, bo prun.i; E'lgitiiu i;.np Arnold. 0011 riilto; William Ik II. baritone; A mos S' I liiiay, L nor; Matga'"t Tip wit. r, v iolitilsl. Wt.-T A l l.AYI 270 a -Lula Clark King, voi-'e t..iih.r, and pupils; I all; on rmtlneering, WSH ATLANTA UN C Musicians' Pnlou pi ogrntii : e'ui.- dreti meraanc. ! 1 : 1,1 Hi t; 111 !'' cpal, W.Mt MCMI'llls (ion 1: 1,1 II. dlliiie stories. :i:3" peiital .society talk. '.1: 4.1 - -Cot ' esc Kliscinbh . HID MIAMI KIl.U 11 218 I .i.:i'.'.':5'' I iiiiuv iiiuslc. :i:3e-l I -S.ti lio recital. ! ll:4e-l:':l J Dan,:,, music. ! WMP.I MIAMI HLAtll 381 1 0. 1 2 1 lance music, j V(. Ill I t I I OKU 278 I o; 311 1 irchestra ; olos. j H.l I'OJti' WOIMTI 170 I ;:?," Classical concerf. ! )o:,",o Camp Fire (Jlrla. 1 2 Theater artists. ! tiKW it INI ( I , Cuba 388 ! 1 1 ; 3 " -1 :!:3o 1 'ance fuiislc. 711 SI. LA, ubu 205 S Conci rl. i KSH SI. LOCI' 515 ) S Same as WEAK. I .1:20 Esmeralda .Mayis, piano. I 9-11 - Same as WKAK. I WOC DAVLM'OJIT 181 j !:3" Plow Hoys' quartet. ' 9-1 1-7-Prograiu from WEAK. 1.12-1 -Le Cinirv orchestra; P. -Mae Arthur, baritone. , vt ( ) M 1 N N I A I 'OL I II II i-S:ii Same as WKAK. S:3" -Musical". 9- 1 l--Program from WEAK. 11 Weather; safety talk. 1 1 :0f, Traffic talk. 1.1:2" Marigold orchestra. KIKX HASTINGS 28S ; 3 0 Same at KDKA. 1 Marke's; healtli talk. ( ,. w O.MA1I A 520 7:50 Kandall's orchestra. 1 0 Classical concert. 1 1:30 I lance music. 1 Frolic. Through the Static Eg.id, sir! To say nothing of Od's Hodkinsand forsooth! Ycstorcve was right fair, but notuing to rave about, There was plenty of volume and I i clarity, but interference at various times in the course of the evening, cramped our style, oh, you should guess how much I There was no un usual distance, although 'lie stations we brought in were with an ad vanced doeree. of volume. The old ! familiar on-an.l-off buzz was uppar I out after 10 o'clock and there w-as j also some disturbance on the lower i waves; in fact, the entire dialing s i torn was covered at times. Put it was possible to bring in sta tions, so why worry'.' A commendable program came, through from WTIC, the numbers being furnished as part of the en tertainment program at the state armory, Hartford, where the Letter Homes exposition is being held. Worthy Hills' orchestra dashed oft several foxtrots, including a few very old ones, but all of them were played well and so we'll forgive Worthy for not keeping his library right, up to snuff. 1 here was also a vocal program, including a quartet group which rendered very touch ingly "When The Heart Is Young." We heard descriptions of a group ' of strange animals which existed, j we hitherto thought, only in the i minds of those who had been drink- . ine loo much Bpiriis of ani-Prohlb. This was a part, of the Zoological serbii and the talk was given by a SMOOTHTOP Gas Ranges .Tl ST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF NEW MODELS 0 0 This is the GAS RANGE that cooks a whole meal with one burner of gas 0- STEP IX AND A. A. Phone 381 Wal 20 to 50 SAVING TO YOU DURING OUR CLEARANCE SALE FIALiL'S 179-1S3 ARCH tiinn who Ins baeq tn P.mi li Ane rl .'ii doing re-i' iireii work. ili be hadn't iilicoM red so much, becuiise sume of 1 1,0 i. scrlptions liu kuvc mi ru a'l 100 lvid fur our teiub r 111. ntality. This was broadcast from WJZ. WIINT. New York, was one of the rtar stations of the eculiig. You kuqvv, . Very evening has its star Ma. 'ion, sonic l.roadciiN'.r nhich coiner' li rough wlt)i t.-rrlllc voltune and I!, on fades into th .jwtano.. for ati olie r :.i ijiontlis. W.il, W1IN did ! : 1' h:st liighl. For tin- p.i.T HeVef.il ! !:.i"iithM tlii.! s'n'l.in 1ms be n hiding i .in a t-iivo. dasiiing on' only bpau-! I iineiically to see whetlcr or not lie' sou was shilling. Jt uus never shin eig when tin 'n-uloii dashed out, mi. u always went back and cov red II m P' i!h a butf.iii.i roi.e or vnat". r i f'ni's en. r le-m.-elvcs with, j 1'. Te ti'm r bi . n a hermit, Lip th" .' iopositlon iii'er s's us. Wo long to1 grow a great 1" up, forego Ablution of everykln I, oxe pt Internal on. s o: 1 ru h whusk'S. and hoard our p-unhs 'In some deserted cabin on the bro, th" iiliis, the gauii;, gra tr.ink of 1 '"!. siia""!''! oak iM-iiu; our only o'lip.inioii for yi ,. and yiars and yi .us. At.d Mien we'd like to go down town and look Into baby carriages and scars the lupin:.1-, j orciii s-1 well Liil- j The l.oew's Stat, t'.jeat ; ra was tooling around In 1 lined style, when along comes this' 11 urn and says, "Who was that lady ! I se n you on the street with last j night?" Well, the noise kept up fin al. out 15 minutes and 1 1 1 11 it van-' ishe.l Into thin air. l'.y that time the "rrhes'ra had dor," a disappearing act through the hidden trap door in 'the stage and the audience was deeply engrossed in shelling peanuts. Then came the ipjilio Entertainers, so styled, who played selections good, bad and indifferent. A guessing con ies was In Id, as to the name of one of the numiiers, and i' turned out to he "Throe; O'clock in the Morning.", thereby causing us to lapse lino . some roseate memories of tho dead past. Th" Musical Chef, purloined : rom Well, sang and played one of what -,cas presumably his own coin positions, "Come Out From End' r Tliat High Hal." On looking back at the construction of that sentence, we'd say that it is very bad. So w-'d change it. He sang one of his own compositions, presumably. "Come Out From I'nder, etc.. etc." Joe then made a remark to the effect that, there were four men in a boat and they iad four cigars, not each, but, among 'em, and they had no j matches, so one of the cigars was thrown overboard and that made the boat a cigar lighter. We don't know ; what we shall do about that one, but something drastic should be done. WTndall Hall, the Red Headed Music Maker, was c.t WJZ, which station, by the way, came in strong and nennv. and vou'd tie poppy, too, if you had as much electricity run ning through you. He sang "Paddlin" Madeline Home," and tiien seeing ; that it failed to register perceptibly, ' ' lie sang one of his own, "Jtokcy-i ' Pokey," which sounds just like the f I title, pardon the trite remark. J:V I absolutely the craziest thing wo, have heard. There s no S' ttse to it. auo everything is all jumbled up., Vt-( don't see how any sane person could get the leaH hit of enjoyment out 01 it, in fact, we fell out of our chair 1 laughing, and broke a leg. Well. Mayor Walker of New ork, who had just dropped in for the evening, , ;'wrrinm&sctAi nek Mo Electric Service A. ABETZ TEL. 4185 114 FRANKLIN SQ. LOOK THEM OVER MILLS SO West Main Street ST., NEW BRITAIN -wr? -SSL -jvm -mm j ii stil l, "Pny, you'vo broken your leg." W "aid, "Oil, yis, ha-liu-lia-liu !" and laughing merrily, wo fell out tif our c'liilr and 1'roke the other one. (Tills game can bo kept up In definitely, since there are 200 botie In llio human body. This game can bo made Into a very pleasant pastime for a winter evening. ) The ferret. Is on'. Thin Fry fel'ow who sings ut AV.IZ with George Ol s. 11 and His Music lias a Hist naiiic mi l It Is Cn'Orse. Well, as we wild e.st-rluy. i-icorgc'.s singing certainly pleases us. As usual, the Ktatlon started tu fade when tin) danco )nti sic wit on. Lois of numbers wero played In tin- band's usuul ttybi utiil th. y got all bawled up ln "A Sailor's Sweetheart." Hy the way. tleorgo Fry sing "Indiana llirl" again last 1. veiling and we've ulmost. b uniuil tlm words of tlie chorus. Come around some time and we'll sing it to you, Some woman, yclept P.ceina lion s' r. nt WllW, Tnrrytown, saug, "Al ways" lis poorly lis we luivo over I heard it rendered. Honestly, flio sounded nil out of bp-alb., and aort of mad, and from her voice wo would say that she was an extreme lv biivon hiss who was peeved bc- cause her husband was delayed at I he office, until 3 o'clock In the morn- ill)f I)ri,i , wns waiting up for Mm Wjth n rolling pin or a dislipun or something. The station came in loud, too. "A Night in Hawaii" was proson'. e nt WSM, Nashville, by tho Ki waiiiH club. We didn't stay because wo were afraid that we might be come too Intrigued with the Island. "Pkulele Lady" was sung as a quar tet number, 1 lie Imritono coining out strong enough to drown out most of ' he other voices. "Lonesome and Sorry" crooned by Li' fie Jack Liflo from WLS, Chi cago, helped things considerably. . This station was at Its beat last eve ning and we were sorry that the number mentioned was the last on Jack's program. The College. Inn or- , ehostra. followed with "Lona." We've heard tell of this here College Inn before, where every fellow who doesn't wear garters can get. in, be cause it is "collegiate" not to wear 'em. Ho-Huml 1 The announcer at WHN later in the evening pronounce,! .w iu, j more queerly than we have ever u.i it Kr.'i.rp. ft sounded like "The . Ark City," bu' that was wrong. That's all for today thanks! P. E. I.. VOW Kit PLANT THANSFI.K Krederickton, N. K. 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