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Dress 0 a period of a baa been found w in the treatment of catarrh and disease* of catarrhal The of the altered. 'ÆTfldU Only baa hate packing and reduce break age in shipping, the paper wrap per which has identified the Pe-rn-na bottle for many years has been displaced by a substan - tial pasteboard carton. Pe-ro-na cannot be made any better. t Three generations ot that Pe-ru-na is the in the world for catarrh and diseases of catarrhal testify best remedy :*x remedy oar fathers and grandfathers used with so mach satisfaction is still the standby for the ills of everyday i thousands of American homes. PE-RU-NA w* ft The -is A Long Wait Cobbler (to customer who wants bis shoes repaired at once)—Can't do 'em till Wednesday. Customer—But you announce "Re pairs while you wait" Cobbler—Ay—and you'll have . to wait till Wednesday.—London Punch. f Children's handkerchiefs often took hopeless when they come to the laun dry. Wash with good soap, rinse In water blued with Bed Cross Ball Blue. —Advertisement. That Perron, Bill She—Why did the referee call that foul on Bill? He— For holding. "Now, isn't that juat like Bill)"— Texas Ranger. « » Neurafê ia u f' - . à i 7 it & «T --i . __ PIR Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for Neuralgia Colds Neuritis Lumbago Headache Pain Toothache Rheumatism r j DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART ïï!l "gasT EÉ 2 S Î ^ i Jgjg uZZr which contains proven directions. 24 and 100—Druggist# ie vr He*» Probably Bight "In my opinion, tbe girl who thinks she is too good for most men Ie right" "Tee, and mostly left, tool" Catty Mrs. Leonard—Mrs. Harker Is thirty three, but you couldn't tell it Mrs. Lennox—Nevertheless, I wllL Tbe honest theatrical manager be lieves that every man la entitled to a show for fais money. Tbe hardest things to tbe world to keep are your money and your tem / I i 1 i MOTHER:- Fletcher'» Cantoris is e sp ec ia lly pre- v to relieve Infants ia and Children aS ages of ■ a I r Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Gofic and Diarrhea; allaying Feverishness aristae therefrom, and, by regulating the Stomach aids the sssntdalioa of Foot 4 * giving ? and of a >' ' V; Fair Story Once there was a young co-ed who was Invited to a social function by two students, one a football hero and the other a poor member of the de bating team. She chose the latter, say ing athletes gave her a pain ln Ute bead.—Life. Cutlcura Soap for tba Complexion. Nothing better than Cutlcura Soap dally and Ointment now and then as needed to (bake the complexion dear, scalp clean and banda soft and white, Add to this the fascinating, fragrant CuUcura Talcum, and you have the Cutlcura Toilet Trio.—Advertisement, '■ Through much enduring come things that cannot be endured.—Latin Proverb, „ - ■ —" ■ — . m ACMAL ■' fj.' .. ij m GiflO « : TUBE SOCKET TUNING COUPLER [AT 0005 15ER .GROUND Bn A+ A' c 3 Bat^ "K BATI BATT'SWITCH Pictorial Diagram of Throo-CIreult Regenerative Receiver That Is Selsctive and Hm Wonderful Rang*. Three-Circuit Tuner Ueod. By CARLTON K. BUTLER, (M«mb«r, American Institut« of El«e trtoal Engineer* and Institut« ot Radio Engineer*.) Superheterodynes and tuned radio frequency receivers are the eventual goal of most set builders in radio. For the beginner, the usual start should be with a one-tube set, amplification coming later. One of the encouraging things about radio for the novice that the ultimate set may be built on the Installment plan, yet give en tertainment from the moment that the InlUal unit with a single tube assembled, foundation for the big set later there are many freak or trick circuits each having a following of booster». The little points of difference between the majority of these circuits usually rests In the manner In which regener atlon is secured. The best circuits use regeneration, without which it In the realm of one-tuhe sets, the sa next to impossible to tune through In terference, or bring In distant stations. Regenerative Feedback. The ultra-audlon circuits known under a variety of names and very popular a few years ago. secure re generation by the direct method, hot as this Is nsed with single circuit receivers n* h rule. It Is not selective enough for present-day needs. The variometer in the plate circuit method Is good, but requires additional space, and the purchase of additional ap paratus The capacity feedback method is good but also requires an additional Instrument The tickler method of regeneration Is very popular and can be secured by the use of s small rotating coil Inside of the tuning Inductance. The three circuit tuners, of which there are a number of popular makes on the market nse this form of seeming a regenerative feedback. This type of re ceiver Is by far the easiest and cheap est to build, when selectivity and DX reception are taken Into considera tion. Tip and Lug Combined for Extension Corda A combination tip and binding post lug for ase on lond speaker extension cords, battery wires etc., can be easily made in the following fashion. A piece of metal about one and one-eighth inches long and five-eighth inches wide, copper, tin or brass is cut with FT t L. - w o.i CUT OW DOTTED UHE 'AND SC MO SIDES OF PROJECTION UP, TIP IS THEN SOLDERED INTO BCNT PARTS. I i/AMOce CORO TIP SOLDER N C ITtWStOMCOR O-) OR U.AO WIRE * How to Make Combination Tip and Binding Post Lug. a pair of tin shears as shown to tbe accompanying Illustration, dotted line, fold sides together, and then solder to folded tin.—Radio Digest Cut on Use Electric Bulb for Testing Batteries A very simple method of determin ing whether an "A," "B" or "C" bat tery from six volts op. Is not below the rated voltage of operation, la to (site an ordinary electric bulb of 40 watts and bold the contact base on one ter minal. connect a abort wire to the op s poslte terminal and touch this wire to tbe ferrule of tbe bulb. If tbe bulb battery is dis not light The 22% «Ht "B" better, should give a very beedtby gl«rw to the lamp when op erettas at 30 volts or more. fl last MIS tnmp shows a Mg** the mtrinêl *TT batlery U to which s Ttie three-circuit couplers make dm O f an aperiodic or untuned primary. The secondary winding Is without taps, being tuned by a variable con denser, The rotor, or tickler winding. It connected In the plate circuit of the detector tube. Two controls tune the circuit, making It convenient for the beginner to obtain résulta Apparatus Needed. To construct a set of this kind, the following apparatus will be needed: 1 3-clrcult tuner of any good make. 1 23-plate .006 mfd. variable con denser of good low low construction 1 centralab rheostat (fi ohm for the WD 11, WD 12, ÜV 200 and C 300 type of tubes 80 ohm for the ÜV 201 A and C SOI -A, UV 100 and 0 280 types 1 fixed mica condenser of .00028 mfd. capacity. iJ 1 centralab variable grid leak. 1 centralab filament cut-off switch. 1 detector tube (WD 11 or WO 12). 1 22-volt "B" battery. "A" battery for tube to he used (1% volt for WD 11 or WD 12). Wire, binding posts, headphones. j etc. The receiver will take up hut little room and can easily be assembled on a baseboard 6 by 12 by % Inches After the set Is working satisfactorily it may be assembled on a bakellte or bard robber panel and inserted In a cabinet. As It la usually desirable to , add further amplification, It la best to purchaae a cabinet and panel that will accommodate additional appartus needed. The vaine of the grid leak required depends on the individual tul>e used for a detector. This value can he se cured best through the use of a vari able grid leak which will also be of considerable assistance in timing. Remarkable long-distance records have been made with receivers using this circuit, and It can conservatively be called the best one-tube receiver for the beginner to try. Some Good Suggestion« That Will Help Fa»« Because of the shrinkage, all guys should be made of rope Every connection of an serial will help to increase the volume, If sol dered. A dry-cell battery loses some of Its capacity while it ia standing unused on the shelf or between periods of serv M It is better to connect the ground wire to the water pipe before It reaches the water meter, if possible, tor there is considerable resistance in the meters. A crystal can be securely held In its cup by mixing a small quantity of mercury or quicksilver with a piece of ordinary tinfoil to the consistency of a thick paste. A squealing set will annoy tba neighbors' reception. Find the point on the dial where this oscillation starts on s given signal, and then al ways keep it below this point As earphones must be handled care fully. why not put a small screw eye or book on the side of the radio table so you can bang up tbe phones when through with them for the night) There Is ample current capacity in dry ceil batteries to produce s fatal shock, but ordinarily the voltage is not sufficient to force this fatal shock through the body. A good ground and aerial are tbe basla on which an efficient set can be installed. When s loop won't reach tbe longer wavelengths insert a 28 or 80-fnrn honeycomb coll In series with tbe loop. When it won't reach the low, or short, use a variable condenser wavi to series with the loop. If you want s "C" battery to the audio unit, connect the F posts on tbe tranefonuers, run tbe negative C this wire sad book tbe positive side tbe C to the negative A battery line. A layer or so of thread wound around the telephone cord where it ia wearing out will stiffen It and keep the Inside flexible conductor from breaking. Wave lengths of radio sored in meters, certain number of meters from ionics niog are to trough of the waves sent out fro« the transmitter. Om meter - — = — — 'A i S 1 I À M ] f i "Why, UncleJim! You look ten years younger!'* •'Wbcn I Mw you a couple of If I lode any younger, Ntyol months ago, I made up my gets the credit." mind you were getting old. At least you looked it, 7 * rvttpi$ iroflvflf § in Nature*s awn way "Yea, Billie, and I felt old. Middle age bring* on N», .ppetitt, couldn't nights —one day just like Itsuopfies the deficiency^ another, and none of them unüTubricsm. 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