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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922.
SERVlCE-iOtUMH A News of Wireless Talking Activities and De- velopmcnts, Musical and Other Programmes of Broadcasting Stations and Answers to ' ' Queries Will Be Found in Trese Columns. By Capt. Robert ScoRcld Wood , (D. F. C, M. C, Croix de Guerre With fou- palm) formtrly Command s' 167th Squadron, Royal Air Force.) AT W D Y. Miss Virginia Burt wliosa imitation of tho Ilawltan Stcelo Guitar Ih known J to thousands of vaudeville audiences, la coins to bo tho star of this eve ning's performance at the Koselle lark studio. Mtsu Hurt played In support of tho famous Krltzl Scliflff in "Plorlanna," and Is now making an other claim to famo by way of tho ladlo phone. So remarkable nro her Imitations' of the Hawaiian guitar that In a duet with Frank Kerrera, tlm famous guitar soloist, it Was Impos sible! to tell whether tho music was coming from her throat or tho Instru ment. She has written hr own music and lyrics, some of which will bo heard for tho first time to-night. ON "LOUD SPEAKERS." One of the greatest problems that has been presented to tho radio engi neer a.nd which Is pressing him harder and harder overy day is tho develop ment of a "loud speaker." Tho market flooded with "loud speakers." but schemes that promise Improvement and a great many hao turned their attention to tho development of tho loud speaker with startling Jesuits In a great many cohch The accompanying sketches lllus trato tho methods used by two enter prising "fans" who have suceeodeil In obtaining good icuults In this line. Th; , first Is a common wooden tmwl, the ( inside of which has lx-on sciaped nnd nuuu-jtu-1 I'll lllllll cvvi) 1 1 1 1 mm 1 ty has liecn removed. Tho Interior was wirnlshrd and sand-papered with great care. K611owng this It wai treated to several thin coats of 'onnmcli each coat being sand-papered Ireforo the next was applied. Throo coats In all were applied lioforo the surfaco waa perfectly smooth. A thltn etrip of mahogany was then stretched across tho bowl, n Indicated In tho picture, and tho ear phono sot In two unles mndo In this mahogany slat Two metal tubes were then attached to tho phones by means of rubber 'wilds, i "o tulies can also lie of glass or hea . l board, open at loth ends. The tulxs should bo of sufficient diameter to n -I on tho hard rubber part of tho phou Ho not. under any circumstances, '( the metal, glass or cal-d tubes gel through tho small vent 'and touch tho diaphragm of tho phone, as this will prevent nny thlng lielng heard. Tho tubes should bo of such length as to glvo them at least ono-half Inch clcaranco from tho bottom of the bowl. The tulcs are hehl In placo against tho phones by the iso of rubber bands. This little liomc mailo loUd speaker gave tho excep tional results nnd tho toneB camo from It with plenty of volume and remark ably clear. Tho other Illustration shows tho top (OWL- --A Kbolf r N. 4TR or LMMIOGANV V- VI uZ7 wm Ca eotvoAUD mm s MiiLi i 0 mi m " w or tho ordinary phonograph with tin- sound-box and urm removed and a Phono placed over tho hole. This simple operation can bo done without Injury to thu phonograph nnd will give very good results. Try It. Wo received a letter "rom our friend t&Mlo Cantor, who was no popularly icclalmed by ladlo enthusiasts uflcr his recent visit to WUV, Kddle says nothing about shirts (Illdo Dudley please notc, but he does sny that nmong tho thousands of letters of commendation and npproclatlon that he has received from radio fans there have boon quite a number of dimes to m nothing about subway tickets and pieces of gum. You will, of course, remember that Mr. Cantor Jokingly requested his audience to remember him with a nlco thin dime. Ho hns been remembered to tho tuno of about $18, and ho wants to give It to tho American lied Cross. ICddlo nays: "It was a very pleasant experience, and I hopo ro bo ublo to attend another party. Itegords to Hn.tllo-I.dimt." Hagcr, will give the following pro- ginmmo I'AUT 1. Th.. Jiutln Itlni Trio nlll ,lay "Stvanco fttntli-p," plartrj, hanja und naxophune. TiMinr Mlo by Lewis Jnmei, "My Heart In WfllllMB." Ku ...phone eolo, by Nathan fjlantt, will? hl laughing aaxoplione, playing "ilrondway 1'rolicn." Minn Virginia Hurt, noprano, -vlll Introduce her own eomiolllona and original Hawaiian otrel Rultar Imltallona, aim "That Dreamy Hawaiian Shore." Iianjo folo, "Crary Joe," by Harry Tleser. PAP-T 2. . Thr JuMIn Itlng Trio, "Tho Kour Home, nun, ' a noielty with aaxophone obligate, by Nnl Cllnnt. ' Kjrnl lnterpre tatlnna and aongn, Jum'pIi I'hllllpa, builtonu, In musical com i dy numbers. Hleuart Hlfltern, vocallfttn. In 'Mo-no-lu," by linau, coinpoMer at tho piano. timt by MlM Hurt nnd Taenia .Tamea, Kii-lu-ii," nR.lntid by Hnwnllan Orcbnutra. linind flmili', "Alolin," Willi in Hjiivt Land chnruft, uicheatrit. "Tio Mlllo Girls In Dlue" was broadcasted from St. Louis on Tues day nlKht and afforded tho Middle West Its first complete musical show by air. K D K A (Plllsburflli) 340 Metres J Mlko Hprtlal nnd his famous or chestra from tho Carlcton Terrace, Now York City, Is going to bIvo a symphonic Jazz concert over thn radio phono on Washington's ltlrthday afternoon. Charles it. Scott, Y. M. C. A. Sec retary, who has Just returned from u visit to twenty-four countries, will deliver a lectin e to tho radio audience on Sunday, Feb. '19, at 4 I. M. from WJY. at Newark. The subject of this address will be "What tho Hoy Scout. Ilcd Cross, Near Hast Relief, Sunday Schools and other denominational or ganizations aro doing for boys in many countries." W J Z (Newark) 360 .liclrcs Music, 10 A. M. to 10.15 A. M., U' 30 to 1 1. M 2 1 M. to V. M. and i to 4.20 I'. M. "I'nclo Wiggley Ucdtlmc Stories" loi tho children at 7.30 1". M. , Special news, Government market reports, summary of thu New York Slock Kxchaugoiund weather reports, 7.I.1 l'. M. "I''utidamentals of tho 19-1 Incomo Tax Laws; 1'artncrshlps and Cor porations," by It. Wcckllnc, b P. M. Century .Male yuurtct tiom tho I'ltlsburRh Chamber of Commerce Knhritson Tlltou, tenor; Hoy Straycr, tenor; Dr. 11. II. Kirk, baritone, and .1. A. Croft, bass, assisted by Oskar 10. Ilrownc, violinist, and Karl B. Col- llns, plonlst, of the Pittsburgh Musi cal Institute, at 8.30 V. M. It Y IV (Chicago) 360 Metres J Alter W D Y has signed off for tho night tho following mny bo picked from the ntr; "Mavis," "dive a Man n Horse He Can Hide," "Ave Mnria," Minuet In !: tlat. "The Awakening," "Ilellcvo Me." "Snow Flakes," "Tho Old He finln," "Tommy Lad" and "Vlcncso Melodic and Waltz." Tho nrtlsts-ppearlng in tills pro gramme nro Gladys Hasten soprano; Jarnrs Itnupt, tenor; Comfort Hin di rllo, accompanist; Kbba Frcdrlck son. violinist, nnd ltcna Parsons, pi anist. This programme Is broadcasted On Central Time, and starts, according to Kastcrn Time, at 9 V. M., and run through to midnight t Questions and Answers J Charles S. Woods, Statcn Island, wntes: "I have a crystal set that! brings in the concert without any In- teiferencc. I also get several other far distant stations regularly. Can' I convert u phonograph horn Into u loud speaker to work with this set7" ,tui. It mny bo possible, but 1 do not think tho outlay of converting tho horn will repay you for the service you will get. J. '11. h- writes: "How can I con-! nect a tickler for use with a loose couplet?" Aus. Sec diagram In Wednesday's Questions and Answers. Hourly features of tho dally pro gramme: News service and music from 11 A. M. to 8 P. M. Weather forecasts, 11 A. M 12 M., 5 P. M. and 10.01 P. M. Arlington official time, 11.56 to 12 M. and 9.62 to 10 P. M. Shipping nows at 2.05 P. M. j Agricultural reports at 12 M. and 0 P. M. f W D I (Roselie Park) j 360 Metres Okeh Artists, directed by Fred W. r RESINOL We Give Service Our rtprrta nlll aurr your crttlng prrfrct arrticr und any tube art purchased of at will be INSTALLED FREE within .1 nillrs radlua of New York City. 1 RADIO Supplies in Stick Finiihed SeU, ParU for Receiving & Sending " 1 Radio tr on TuJbcs uv-zoi UV-202 UV-20S UV-218 For Immediate Delivery Electric Servlca Itolnm'm f.n l0i XT. inn ST. Uryapt 2T43. Open Kva. therfl Is hanlly ono that Is worthy of the name. Some aro able to glvo lots of volume to the tone hut In so doing laTwlably distort It. Others, giving good, clear tone, produce It ho that It Ib 'almost Inaudible at a distance of twenty feet. Thcro are plenty on the market, somo bettor than others, but nono really good. Amateurs are always trying new TUB I1EST ADVERTISER fill' Tiro MARVEL 1 wmi:i,r:ss tklkphone outfit IS THE MAN WHO 18 U8INO ONE. COMPLETE, $15.00 riti:i:o.i!isiiMANN haiiio roni. .Urs. ol high and oj poucr Itaito Appamtut. ISM Fourth Ale.. Jf. Y. dir. I Urtler from dealer or diitci SICKNESS THIS TIME OF YEAR If You Tire EnBily and Feel Run Down, You Need Gude's Pepto-Mangan. AiIJ'i.lJ, cai'ITAIj and factory facllltr. avalliWe tn Hadlo manufactufera i liaiini Artnaf rnriB nrrtnlta nrlimtnul. ...... WorM ,,lmvn 1 ' 1 I NOTICE: BRANDES "Superior" "Matched Tone" HEADSETS Trad Mark lies. U. S. Tat. Otf. FORM a component part of the radio receiv ing sets produced by many of the leading manufacturers. Among these are the Westinghouse Aeriola Jr. and Aeriola Sr. For your protection be sure that the set you buy is so equipped and the package con taining the phones is labelled: BRANDES "Superior" "Matched Tone HEADSET C IftAftf fVJU RBamUl PftTOfP STYLE No. P. 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Chil dren love Cascaretj, too. Mother's Cout-h-i nnd PCold Go Ouicklv She cannot afford lo be tick nd ntglect htr household duties. At the first mp toms she ptrpiru the uy lor ireovfry fy ie Immediate use of C-tv's Of Syrup-4 housho!d preparition of suty yw" sisnoing. Teeth Without Plate DHAND UAI'IUS I'UIlNITUnB LOWK3T nilCES E.ME8T TKHMS reiwiilt On .1 5 7 Ml in IS 2.1 ou n joo r,o :oo sou Bed BprmK and Mattrrai net. .Jit). 73 up 4 l'c. lledioom Suite, compltte. . .(US ui riiU.slzed Phonoiraphs, teltlr.f 3 Pc. LtherctU Davtuo Suit :.fhi up up Dlnlnc Table and 4 Chalm. com plMo f3t.50up 3 l'c. Mahogany Flnlpti l arlor Multea, uiiliulntered m durable Irathomtie ... G0 up Dressers, Chiffoniers. Tables, llcds, it. BVKItVTHtN'f1Kii TIIK MO.MVJ ll'KN NATlllll.W l'i:SIM!s, Nrur llillli HI "I s...tlon 1 i Aim - . . . 1 oM uttaytd Tttlh, Tifhttn T Loott Tttlh, Ttnt Diuutd Cams J. BET8 OF1 TEETH a Gold and l-orcfltln Crown. 8 ., v'?f ' Prices "T Hani v n vnrl Ti.il . a cr.(uJly".Vtr.r,ed TA PI.ATUO n n. . - w , rtl A ourhlT cleaned. IIIIOKEN J i I 7 l E. l2SlhSl M-.Cor.Blh Av 169 E. 34lh ?i N-W.Cor.3d Av 40,i5xmf,on Ti 5JlhSt "CS! 7'H 5? 'rn " Nandnr an.1 Tburedire uatll ) v. m. Houri f X. U. lo $ f. A, oolfj Is.afIls,!!.,! World Wants Work Wonders J BROOK LYN: Oppenheih.llins & FULTON STREET-BROOKLYN , Saturday's Offering in New Spring Millinery Shows Decidedly Clever Models for Sports, Tailleur and Dress Wear Remarkable Values at 8.75 Fashioned of Timbo Italian Milan Milan Hemp Distinctive brim models of decided individuality. Trimmed with ribbon, feathers, ornaments and flowers. Hats Also on Sale in Our New York Store :BROOKLYN- 0PPgWHH6LLINS& FULTON STREET BROOKLYN Special for Tomorrow A Dress Event for Misses Made Possible by a Huge Purchase of Newest and Most Correctly Styled High Cost Dresses of the New Spring Season Panel Tunic Surplice Straightline Effects Hand Embroidered Beaded Braided Values to 55.00 28.00 Tan Henna New Gray French Blue Periwinkle Navy Blue Black Flame Rust Canton Crepe Taffeta Charmeuse Georgette This sale has set a new record in dress values -and with good reason. Hundreds of fasci nating, high cost frocks are being offered at a price that has created far-reaching comment Misses' Department 3d Floor BROOKLYN Broadcloth Spats, Value 2.75 1.50 Oppenheim.Sllins& FULTON STREET BROOKLYN Another Unusual Offering Tomorrow Women's and Misses' Fashionable Strap Pump 5.00 Up-to-date Dress Pumps developed in high quality Patent Leather, Black Satin and Black Kidskin; flexi ble soles and Louis heels. Handsome one-strap i Walking Pumps of Black Kidskin with collegiate heels. Shoes Also on Sale in Our New York Store