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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, '1922.
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THE EVENING WORLDS
sSFRVICE
By Capt. Robert ScoRcld Wood
D. F. C M. C, Croix de Querre with
four palm, formerly Commandsr 1S7lh
Squadron, Royal Air Forcea.
THE FLEMING VALVE.
Amonc the many widely diversified
laments that have contributed to tho
uocessful development of radio as we
know It, Is the Fleming valve, which Is
the. offsprlns of the Kdlson electric light
and the mother of the jrreat revolution
tier, the three element vacuum tube,
commonly used for radio reception nnd
transmission at tho present time.
Prof. Fleming, after studying the
ordinary electric Unlit, found that the
excited filament emitted llttlo particles
of necatlvo electricity which are known
to science ns electrons. One of tho
peculiarities of this Inrtnllcslmal sub
division of matter la that normally in
the Incandescent lamp tho electrons do
not travel far from the heated filament
because they are attracted hack by the
positively charged atoms from which
they have been thrown off. Uclng neg
ative In their construction they are
naturally attractud by the poslttvo
clement.
Fleming; watched thla very closely
and then decided to place another ele
ment In the vacuum chamber which
would attract the electrons when
thrown off by the excited filament. To
attract tho now of electrons It was
necessary to raise me new eiemcui.
io rans wis n ,.. v ..,
which was called a plate, to a positive ,
Dotentlal. This wos done and It was
found that tho flow of .electrons could "Meioaio-i m uarcarouo; id i-oiaa
be controlled by varying the current j de W. II." III. (a) "Proludo In C un
applied to the plate, thus making tho nor"; (b) "Star Spangled Banner. As-
fllamcnt the negative element in me
combination. Tho ercatcr the potential
of the plate the greater the flow of
'electrons to It. This tube or valve, as
It Is sometimes called, was used for
wireless reception with moro or loss
'sjuccess until tho grid was placed in the
vacuum chamber by De Forest, creat
ing the throe element tube which hao
proved to be tho ono factor so essential
to tho development of radio. The
patents on the second clement of tho
vacuum tube the plate cxlper this
coming November, which will help
change the complexion of the present
shortage of audion tubes.
c
TESTING CONDENSERS.
Very often in testing a clrcut It be
comes necessary to test the condensers
to see if they are In working order. This
'is a very sLmplo matter hut one which
la quite likely to give the uninitiated no
little trouble.
Connect one terminal of the condens
er to be tasted to one lead from a small
dry cell battery and one lead of a tele
phone receiver. Then touoh the other
terminal of the condenser with tlie
free battery lead and then with tho
free load from t!he phones. It the con
denser la In order a click will be regis-
tered In the receivers every time the
gwone leaa IS appuea io u.c ku lucii.cr
terminal following the application ori
the battery lead. If no click la heard
-condner I "ot '"nt'n'nI5 rflS," I
cny. ii may oe me rosuu u tuiv mi 1 1
circuiting due to the dUlcctrlc substance
liavlng deteriorated and the plates
...rfv,t . .wv.n inrmin.l mniup.
tlon.
ESPERANTO DY RADIO.
lh0..E'e
fsts of areator New York at No. 600
VrSSS-? IT."t',Mp'rk c'u,Tler- BCCOn1 Programme:
that on Monday. June 1, at 7.S0 P. M .,. ..tr,inr amr." Bnllnrd:
Tn T" I I. .. n . 1 M t A . . .
WJZ on "Radio and
the Auxiliary I
rrj " .. "v.,
language, Esperanto,"
It is stated
In the Universal language but that he
i a pioneer wireless telegrapher, having
vortri nn it.. n,Hii ih. dd
worked on the Pacific Coast for the old
United Wireless Company In the early
days of wireless telegraphy.
f-vtot, "Shadow March," Protheroe; "Hid
nllCCTinMO ttln AMOIKICDC 1 Away," Reed: "She Oavo Them All to
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Me." arranged; bam solo. "King
J Phnrloa" WTiltn hv Mr. Onrrler! duet,
,J1!!U
V - . . .. .... i -
tne niament or a vacuum tube in a
Ingle tube sell" Answer Tho average
dry cell battery runs a llttlo more than
a volt to a cell. UV lamps are 4 volt
tubes, consequently If you hook up 4
dry cells In series you will get enough
voltage with which to light tho flla
ment. This method of filament, exclta
tlon Is rather expensive and while the
wh!
Initial outlay is comparatively small In
the beginning, extended operation will
run very high. It Is far better to get
a rix volt storage battery of forty to
sixty ampere-hours which will cost
more to start with but which will be
rar cheaper in tho long run.
rnosns m uir- i recenuy ooukoi
a Jiydrometer for testing the condition
or. my storage battery. Tho hydro -
meter would not float In the electrolyte
and when tested In water It also stayed
at the bottom. What Is tho trouble 7"
Answer. The float Is either damaged
rr your nailery is run down completely.
mat you icnea u in water
and did not get It to register Is not
Criterion of Its condltlnn. Th hvdrn.
meter that vmi hv ..
testing the specific gravity of an acid
no win noi regiiier m water at all. I herts "Over tho Btepple," Qrotchanl
.Oet a : tr.il! vcltrr.etsr and test ths bat- noff: "Hark. Hark the Lark." Behnbnn :
itery with it. If the voltmeter shows the
paiiory up to strength men the Hydro-
meter Is defective; If on the other hand
inn vn lm,Tr run ti,.. .v. KiAn .
li-un down you will In l nrnhaiiintv
ji. nyaromeier ia in gooa
condition. It Is, however, good prac-
uce io nave a couple of hydrometer
'"' u" ,uula lor cnociung purposes.
vacuum tubes a detector and three
WVIIHCII. TVIVII WIllUIl WB naVB Den
reotlvlnr the concerts from Schenec-
,tady, Medford Hillside, SpringfleU and
.various stations in Newark, all of which
.operate at 1(0 metres. Is there any
...j ,.i mutii wmiuui cuunging
"1! sei. get Uie concerts irom the UOV
wrnmsni siavion ai ueaioe a isianui
.wmcn Droaacasu on litu metres 7'
SAnswer Yes, You can receive Fort
Wood by merely connecting In series
with your antenna a leading coll, or
duo-lateral honeycomb coll designed for
1000 metre reception. There is no need
Tor altering the Instrument.
T. U-'Can I use an old eight-volt
fcOto storage battery on a radio setT"
Anncn-Tti. An lrht.vnlt httrvl
ran be uaed, but the six-volt Is prefer-
ai iiia. inaamiirn aa it la in nin naitrvi
itnd of the type Jeslgned to give
heavy discharge It might be advisable
to out out one of the cells and work on
three Instead of four. Thla will give
th 4et!rcd six volts.
Vn-"What Is the cause of the for
Watlon of a bluish-black powder on the
nlament and plate of a detector tuueT
Answor The powder you refer to Is I
un oxide of tungsten and Is causec
the presence of a quantity of air In the I
tube due to some delect In 1U censtruo-
COLUMN.
Frank Wolf, Croton "What parts
arc necessary to construct a two-step
amplifier which Is to be hooked p to
a single tub" reRenerallvo set7 Will
you kindly publish a hook-up for the
detoctor and to steps?" Answer
Inn will need two audio frequency
transformers, two tube sockets and one
or two rheostats depending upon whether
you want to regulate the two tubes
separately or from one rheostat. You
Mill also find It necessary to Insert at
least two phone jacks In the set. The
hook-up will appear In the near future.
"1
W W Z New York
360 Metres
RATUllDAY
1.40 r. M. Drlef Song Itecltat by
r.dna Beatrice Bloom, soprano, J.
Thurston Noe at the piano.
2 to I. M. nrlcf Programme by the I
Hackelbcrge Trio: (a) "Who Knows."
llalli b "C'est Tol." Fyshcr; (c) "To
n Wild Hose." MacDowell.
3.10 P. M. Brief Bong Recital by Bdnal
Beatrice Bloom, soprano, J. Thurston
Noe at tne piano.
4.40
V. M. Story time, by Anna i
Ascher. Subject
"The, Little Hero of
Holland."
10.30 P. M. Programme of Itachmanl-
noff Compositions, played by Hachman
Inoff for the Amp loo Reproducing piano.
.,,..., , ,.. ..,..
ti ? "'""'" r '..
morcsKo ; id mucranni t. it.
slnted by the Metropolitan Opera Quar
tette Caruso, Alda, Jacoby and Jour-
net In "Martha." by Flotow.
1
W J Z Newark
360 Metres.
Features for the day:
Agricultural reports at 12 M. and 6
P. M.
Arlington official time at 11.66 to 1 I
P- JI- ... .
Baseball scores from IP. M. to 7
p jr.
Weather report at 11 M.. 1 P. M., 8
1iVnM.-"UrrcloM,WlKglly,s Bedtime
Storlw," by Howard R. Claris. In
I.B p. M.--WOC." ay Mirarfl at-
ran in mo nitiiuiiiu uitcu iw,u:t I
Association. I
8 P. M.-Jpoplar dance music by Quln-
riTf' m
mnnn, violin: P. Mullenthaller, qltolcccds II. S. Morton, resigned, as Gen
saxophone! aeorge R- Morton, swprana
saxaphone: William Berger, trombone:
P. Frutchoy, drums. The programme i
Includes violin and saxophone solos.
v io LT7 ""J,"
Recital by miss
- - ,,,;,. " ,-, ,, M f I
. " i I
e,oven y" c?n,lutor 0J ." 1 a,r,.ii,,a
pmro!mi; "Hu'morke' akl
Humoreske." Dvorak
. " " , r ,
Schubert: "Meditation,"
Th'. ,Mn"n,e!
Rondlno." ICrelsler;
"MaiurKa." weinawauKi; - nonson in
dou." nimsky Korsakoff, Miss Itapoa-
tort at tho piano. Concert by the Lo
tus Male quartet, under Uie manage
ment of Frank J. Smith: deorge Bonard,
first Vinor? Franklin Katies, second
tenor; Edwin Zlmmcr. flrst bass: Har-
n 1 -
Rub r Dub." VlncPnt: tenor solo, nrla,
La Boheme. Puccini, by Mr. iiernariii
nuartct.
'Nlcht Witchery." Stored:
"?.""' ,f 'Vr".. h
JVmm.r- ln Peel" Ami
Zln"ir! quartet, John Feci. An-1
Fischer; baritone
drews; "Alexander," Brewer; "Lucky
Jim," arranged: tenor solo, "My
Dreoms," Tostl, by Mr. Karples: quar-
tot, "Shadow March," Protheroe; "Hid
Charles." White, by Mr. Currier: duet.
8am." Brookhouse; "Lullaby." Brahms.
SUNDAY.
T HTJln Miinxl .orvWn .or- 1
mon "Salty Freshness," by Rev. Christ-
lan Rclsncr. D. D., of the cnenea I
Methodist Episcopal Church of New
lork: sacrod muslo selections by the I
I Cathedral Choral Club. I
I 4 P. M. "Books I Like," by S. S.
McClure. .
6.31 P. M. Readings and records
from the "Bubble Books that Sing," by
I Ralph Mayhew.
I C.45 P. M. Sandman Stories, told by
i Kasper So!del.
I 7 P.M. Adventure ktOrlCa In the Far I
form lor iwys ana gir s ,rom eigni io
fourteen years of age by a Macmlllan
1 author.
7.45 P. M. "Renovation of the Fam-
I lly Clothes," by Prof. Laura I. Baldt,
school of practical arts. Teacher's Col-
I lege, Columbia University.
8 P. M. "Eat and Urow Thin," by 1
I Miss Husanna cocrolt.
8. IS P. M. Recital br Miss Hedwle
nm. ,..r,. T-m m.i.
1 ,ii. ..1 i.. d .
saret at the Bplnnlna- Wheel." Schu-
I "Mon Coeur B'ouvr Ta Volx." Balnt-
Saens; "My Love's a Dashing Mule
teer," dl Nogoro; "Isla," Ward Sto
.. ... n , . . .. ...
It..i.'. ..!.. t ii. r.
I Skee." Clough-Llghter "Jalmle," OId',lrouB" .vo mm men
English; x:ity Four Square." "O horses. I've always loved horses, bo
Saviour. Hear Me," Gluck.
8.4S P. M. Recital by Sari Issner,
pany. and Orlentes Blora. tenor. Pro-
irrammn S .1.1 nn. frnm "III, . T) ,
and duet final, "Lulla Tomba che rln-
serra," Lucy and Edgar, by Orestes
Blora, tenor, and Mme. Radomsha, so-
prano. Soprano solo, mad accne. by
i jjme. imaoiiutia. Tenor solo, roclta-
- lllvn "lrri nam a m rli-nvra TtAr,
by ureslou mora.
"1
,1
K D K A Pittsburgh
340 Metres.
3 P. M.-Conert br th. nraadwav
Syncopators.
I 3. IS P. M. Baseball scores.
1 in t x ii.nnrf. n it,, n.u.nii.
Annual Unlvcisal Trophy Automobile
Kama in h. tw-iii at nn nninun iin
a 7 P. M. Baxebull scores. News.
7 15 P. M. Entertainment by the Ox-
I ford Entertainers.
8 P. m. liaseball scores. "Triple R
Club. History and Activities," by Mar
garet A. Keller. McKecs Rocks, Pa.
- I 8.10 P. M. "The Burning of the Rice
I Fields." a bedtime story for the chll-
uren-
s i-. ju. unaicai ptogramme.
10 P. M. Baseball scores.
10.65 P. M. Arlington time signals.
BU.NDAY.
11 X. M Ssrrlces of the
How Three Boys, Following Same Rules,
Rose from "Nothing" to $30,000 a Year
n..ii - i. ft A A
uuiliJCK. J uuillLJouti itiiu mt-
Elroy, New Standard Oil
Directors, Climbed from
Bottom of Ladder by
"Work, Ambition and Be
ing Prepared for the Job
Ahead When It Came."
First choose your orpanUntion.
Then use your brains and work.
Thcio Is the formula for success ns
It Is measured by tho world that
hatted 1,000 per cent, for each of the
three newly elected directors of the
Standard Oil Company of Indlnna. All
three of tho men rose from the
, ,
humblest positions to their present
places which, Lit Sallo Street, nays,
'" f 'hem welt over J30.000
year,
The mcn( Thomaa j. Thompson
, , , , , m ,
Edward J. Bullock and Robert H. Mc
Eir - oy were elected to Hoard of Dl
May 15. Mr. Thompson buc-
eral Malinger of the Sales Department,
. ,
" "" uuiet meit tut inures uru
Inted for them on tho board. None of
tho three bouts n college education.
That, thprn Is nlwnv, rnnm nl Ihn
toD for thoso wno want to Bet thcrQ
badly enough to work for It was em-
Iphatlcnlly asserted uycach of the trio.
"But you must work," they
all
agreed.
Oddly enough the three are of
different nationalities. Mr. Thomp
son was born in Blosaop, Derby
shire, England, Mr. Bullock in
Cleveland of Welsh parents, and
Mr. McElroy of Irish parents in
Chicago.
ionB ' "lam '
Ilovcs that tho best part of life
rru.m
None of them is old and each bo-
Is
u' , h""i.
oiucsi, is iiuy-mim r. iui-
lock, next In age, Is forty-nine, nnd
Mr. McKlroy, forty-flvo.
Mr. McKlroy, f(
The story of
gtory of th' trlo
f 7 . .
ono is practically the
Inru nf thn Irln Wftrk. nmhltlnn nnil
. , -,, fn. ni, ,,ri wi1Bn
It enmo tells it
Mr. Thompson began his career with
the company anving a uray in urnna
IVUPIUH, ..lltll., niliui " lllKllljr
years old. At tho end qf the flrst
year no was a uras-wusun unver, a
slight advnncomcnt. From then on It
Wnj n Rt nn.lv rlao.
"Vo im " tin nlv inninn. tviotr
, hl rMar "I've held cverv tnh
.w i. i .h nrtmn(
. .,
been a tank driver, construction man.
salesman, equipment man, division
manager. Of courso that's good train-
ng for a man if ho can got It."
r- Thnmiwnn'a nrfllrntlnn rnnol,o
f gmmlncr school and a business
., nllrn nrnni, n..,,,. ,,
" - "' " u ,
'"r years of correspondence school
wont.
"Thoso four years of correspond
ence work," ho said, "were four of
ih0 hardest years I've ever spent."
n Thnmnsnn tnrtp,i ,ih
.. . " ...
Oil company uieu puncmng
cows. In the Texas cattle country
Mention of that short period In his
life brings a smile to his fnco now.
"When I finished the business col
lege course," ho declared In telling
about It, "I decided to see the world
I landed In Dallas, Texas. Thero
were a bunch of comboys going
I I decided to stay right there and work
with them. I hired out to herd cattle
h .f.or,5 nnd Went back lo
I U1UIIU IVW.',""'
"I never had the same Job over
t hrco yoars In my Ilfo," ho uald. "One
reason for that Is a principle that un
old Scotchman drilled Into me when I
Methodist Episcopal Church, puts-
hurrfi. Sermon by the pastor, Dr. W
W. T. Duncan, on - ies -ne Uospel
Demand Too much oi iiumnn Nature?
5 45 P. M. "The Lost Hoy Who
Wasn't Lost," Bib'0 B'ory for the
children.
S P. . M. Radio cnapei at station
I KDKA, conducted by Rev. W. V. Bacon,
pastor of the Baptist Church, Du-
Iquesno, Pa,
I 7 1' M. liaaeuau "cures,
M. Services of the Point Breeie
i i'rianvipnaii v.ii..i... i.iouiiik iir.
I P. H. Barker will preneai on "Can a
I Fearless I'reacuer iinain ins iuipt
I To-day?"
JONES RADIO SETS
$29.00
F.uu'l'i) Hie
Bapr-nltlf Armalrpm ClrroU
(ths tllanduia In lindio)
and art lirvniiail thvii-undtr.
Jones Ratlio Laboratories
Ut Munrm t. tlruvkljo. .. j.
Ttleptiona lSll-lt Latarclu.
&f m , RULES FOR SUCCESS
TOy Jfade and Foltmced 6jy BuIIocfc,
vLf - .Ml Thompson and McElroy, and to
Jfcfte which Tlcv Credit Their HUe. ;
Bp ' 3dfw5sl Be ,oyal to yur employer ;
WtmBm mmW)m '; without that loyalty failure It
r. J. THOMPSON'S l"g-2frVP imminent.
HR5T JOB VYA.3 hHM
DRIVING A RRA.Y kYZ&j( t. . , , ,
jl yTPW7 man who plays, clean, ab
JSr w. (i line lJ ' solutely above board, will arrive,
Zyj llr The man wno grumbles about
3? I ' M "k lV-St. Poi'tion about his com-
rJ Awyff- " I'llVb'N''' Pany nai on'v himself to blame.
f&-frr&rp' Uj4Wn(f Nobody can become a success
ft fWyNtlll without loyal men around him.
yj Jf J V college eduoation is not a
jfsX'' necessity, but a wonderful help.
O- Know what you are going to ;
was Just beglnnlnpr with the company
" 'If you're determined to do, do
well and better than your prcdeces
sor,' he used to tell me. It's a good
principle, too. I know that most of
tho men nhead of me were good and
If I was to get recognition I had to
bo better than they."
Six yenrs after Mr. Thompson en
tered the oil company n small boy In
knee breeches nnd a high faltering
voice applied for a Job In tho Mil
waukee odlces. Ho had finished gram
mar school and ono year In high
school, walking four nnd n hnlf miles
each way from his home to the school
to get that one year. He wns given
a Job as olllco boy. He is now Mr.
Bullock, director of purchases.
Mr. Bullock's flrst duties woro to
run errands, carry papers from one
olllce to another, open the office each
morning at 7 o'clock and stay there
until It closed, which frequently was
10 and 11 o'clock at night, for which
ho received $3 a week. A short timo
Inter ho was made a clerk. To be sure
of being on time nt tho office young
llullock walked from his homo to the
office each morning.
Mr. McElroy, tho only one of the
trio who con claim Chicago as his
birthplace, was born in a church at
Dayton and Center Streets. Ho was
grndunted from tho Alcott school at
Wrlghtwood Avenue and Orchaid
Street, aftqr which he nttended night
school.
They used to call me 'flying mer
cury' nt tho old school," ho said
laughing heartily. "I've heard many
times slnco I grow up that I was the
worst boy they had nt tho time."
Mr. McElroy began working on his
thirteenth birthday, "and I've been nt
t every day slnco that time," ho said.
His llrst work wns ns n messenger
boy for the Chicago, Milwaukee and
St. Paul Railroad In tho Chicago of
fices, where he worked from 6.30
A. M. to 6.30 P. M. and a half day
Sundays for which ho was paid $15
a month. Ho was quickly advanced
to olllce boy in the trafllc department,
graduating, Into a clerk, rate clerk
tnrtff clerk to chief clerk of tho de
partment.
He was thon called, In 1909, by the
Standard Oil Company and becamo
assistant traluo manager. Two years
later the railroad offered him twice
tho salary ho was receiving from the
WHAT IS A PACENT1ZED RECEIVER?
Ooerating a radio phone receiver without PACENT
RADIO ESSENTIALS is like driving a car without the many
accessories that add so much to the pleasure of motoring.
The PACENT PLUG, TWIN ADAPTER and MULTI
JACK will enable you to get the most out of your equipment.
Ask your dealer to show them to you.
Send for Bulletin No. N-100
Dealers: Our plan will interest you.
PACENT ELECTRIC CO.
150 Nassau Street , New York City
Member Hndlo Section. Assoc. Mfrs. Elcc. Supplies.
REAL ESTATE.
West
NEW STATION ON LONG ISLAND RAILROAD
Will be opened before the end of this month
10 Minutes from Perm. Station at 33rd St. and 7th Ave.
do before you .do it.
Recreation Is necessary, but
I j play jUBt as hard as you work. i
Your three biggest assets are
a healthy body, sane mind and
good habits.
oil company to go back to their trafllc
department. He turned It down and
Is to-day director of araffic of the
company, whoso annual freight bills
exceed J30.000.000.
While the offices of tho three are In
different parts of tho Standard Oil
building, No. 910 South Michigan
Avenue, each ofllco is a practical rep
lica of the other. Each man Is sand
wlchcd between a long glass-top dealt
nnd u roll-top ono. On none of tho
desks nre any papers to bo found.
clerk or nn official enters sometimes
carrying an armful of papers needing
attention. A few minutes brisk con
versation, decisions nre made and the
man leaves tho room.
Not only in Ciwuugo but the cntir'
Middle West Is still recruiting to get
the big men for tho big positions from
thoso at tho bottom of the ladder, ac
cording to the men. Chances for ad
vancement have never been bo groa
ns they are at presont, they assert
Not nn olllco boy Is taken Into thi
Standard Oil Company but what h
Is sized up as to his possibilities U
some day carry on the work of th
company. The Bame is true of al
big organizations, they say. Tho tall
that tho only way to get to the tor
is to be pulled there Is only tho talV
of tho disgruntled employee In Chi
cago nnd the Mlddlo West the rlcl
and the sons of the rich have no bet
tcr chance than the poor.
The men point to their own rise
to financial Independence and the rls
of many others to prove their conten
tlon that opportunity has not ceased
to knock on the door of Chicago's
youth. Preparedness to tnko ndvan
tago of tho opportunity when It ar
rives Is tho only requisite for the
next step upward, they said.
"To be prepared for that," one
of them said, "means that one
can't be running out all the time
with the flappers. Recreation is
REAL ESTATE.
HUNTER SENIORS
HOLD THEIR LAST
CLASS FUNCTIONS
Tliis Is the Big Class Day
With All the Traditional
Exercises.
The Senior Class Day, celebrated
to-day at Hunter College, Is the last
of tho class activities to be celebrated
at the college building. Tho cere
monies were opened by Beatrice
Kohn, the college song leader, who
bade all the audience fall Into a
trance until they Imagined they
'wero 100 years from now nnd could
hear soft muslo."
Anna Droraberger. voted the most
poetic by the 'class, bestowed the class
gifts. Among these wero a balloon,
to reach alt heights, to Anna Meade,
the most "nil nround"; Locke's
Conduct of Understanding" to Sarah
Farber, the misunderstood genius;
a fresh roll to Elizabeth Hatch, as the
most dramatic: a bottle of cream soda
to Concettn Hau, ns the most effer
vescent; a string to tho most loyal.
Dorothea Hubschmidt; a halo to Ruth
Sallfcy, the class supcrsoul; an old-
fashioned lace paper bouquet to Flor
ence Wcstln, the flapper fashion plato,
and some yeast to the most promising,
tho class of 1922, which rose In re
sponse.
Tho class gift to the college, a book
reproducing tho Violet Oakley mural
decorations, was then presented by
Olla DavlnsKy, tho class president.
who also gave to the class of 24 the
banner bequeathed by 1918 to all the
even year classes following.
After the planting of the Ivy on the
campus and the lawn party tho class
disbanded to meet for tho last time
to-morrow evening for the class sup
por nt the Hotel Astor.
5AVY TO PRECCDB ARMY.
WASHINGTON, Juno 17. Rear
Admiral Simpson will enter all din
ing rooms in Honolulu in advance of
Major Gen. Summerall, it was de
elded by the Cabinet to-day. Secre
tary Donby's visit to Honolulu raised
tho question. Secretary Weeks
agreed that the Admiral bo recog
nized as the superior officer for the
time being.
essential, but use your brains
Just as much In that at in your
work."
No barriers of offlco boys, stenog
raphers or secretaries guard any of
tho three directors. Their doors nre
open to any one who has to do busi
ness with them. It Is said that each
of tho three men know the names of
every one employed In their depart
ment and know most of them by their
first names. Office boys go to them
not only with their troubles but also
with their Ideas.
All of tho men are married and
have families. Mr. Thompson lives
at No. 725 Irving Park Boulevard
Mr. Bullock In Oak Park and Mr.
McElroy at No. 704 Sheridan Road,
Wilmette.
Cuticura Toilet Trio
Satisfies every want of the
most critical in cleansing,
purifying and beautifying
the skin and complexion.
Nothing purer, sweeter or
more effective for every-day
toilet purposes.
luasUlMarMkTMan. Aildrm "OlMtmrsI..
tnurlM, Dipt. too. Mkld.i 1I.KMI." Sold Kerr-
I... a.n. nl.ta.anl PR .fullQ. T.lpum 2ft.
uuueura sop wimoui mug.
I Sweeten the Stomach I
1 striiiysK-j
SUMMER RESIDENCES TO LET.
SEASHORE BUNGALOWS, 5200 SEASON UP
NOW IIOOKIWJ.
'I ind 4.room an&rtmtnta. furnished for
houaekecplng, by week, month or seasons
rooms, 110, 1S. 50. $1.1 weekly; 1 block to
uitming, DO&linK. USIIIIIBi u minute. ...
II. A. HUUL.TIIU1U', UOI l". Ilisnianup, n. J
The World's 1922
SUMMER
Resorts Annual
and Good Motor Roads
TOUR GUIDE
Now on Sale
Price 10 Cents
AT ALL
World Offices, Subway and
Street Newstands.
By Mall. 10c.
Arlr.. Mrrr Rummer Resort Bureau
World Building, Park Row, N. Y. City
WHERE TO OQ AMP
To Vacation Resorts
DAY LINE
You enjoy a delightful outing at the very beginning
of your vacation when you travel part of the way by Day
Line. Swift, palatial steamers tho ever-fascinating
panorama of the glorious Hudson a vacation in itself I
The Ideal Route Between New York and Albany
Connections Tor the CatskllU, Berkthires, Adirondack. Sara
toga, Lake George, Lake Champlain, Niagara Falls and all points North
end Bist Rail tickets accepted, New York to Albany, Albany to
New York.
I)nllj Inclndlng Sundaj. For tNntburlb, troufhkrple, Kingston Point,
rntsklll, Hudson and Albany. Bteamer leaxes Dcibroues St., 0.00 A. M. ; West
2d St., 0.30 A. M.i West 12th St., 0.40 A. M.I Vonkers, 10.18 A. M Direct nit
connections. All rail tickets New York to Albany and Albany lo New York
accepted.
l)nlly, Includlne Sunday For tHear Mountain, fTVett Tolnt (ficrpt Sunday),
f.Vewbursli and tl'oufhktfn.lf, leaves West 424 St., 10.00 A. M. ; West 129th St ,
iu.u a M.i lonKers, iu.ou A. M.
Saturdays only For tnear Mountain,
moany leaves ueiorosses hi., i.sii i m.i
St., z.iu i'. u.i vonKers, z.40 l. M.
Hundays only For tltpar Mountain,
Washlnrton Irllna leaves Desbrossts St..
Str. Itobert Fulton and Do Witt Clinton will make special trips ts the
Intercollegiate Koat Knees at Toaglikeepsle, Jane M.
tlleturu steamer same day from points marked t. Daylight Saving Time
UeUghtfnl one-Day Outings.
Hudson River Day Line
DesbrossesSt.Pier, Tel. Canal 9300 NewYork
ft C C TD r I A M" 'FW fork's Mott AKKmAljUlJM
U O.O. IjKUJAIl Popnlar Outing. MWjTOBl
L Z-IIoiirVta jnNewburgh. nhone CanaOOOO. KsEs4LWBjB
W Hudson vgTt'on comp'ain!y gSajj
ONE DAY
OUTINGS
LAKE HOPATCONG,$1.75
Every Sunday
Leava West 23d Bt., 7.17 . Liberty St.. 7.4U
A M.; Jackson Ave., Jersey City, 7.58 A. M.
MAUCH CHUNK, $2.40
Sundays, June 18 and 25 j July 9
Leave W 23d Bt , 7.17; Liberty St.. 7.30
A. M.i Jackson Ave., Jersey City, 7.48 A. M.
ATLANTIC CITY, $3.60
Sundays, Juna 18, July 2 and 16
Leave West 23d St., tj.4Si Liberty Bt., 7.00.
Jsckson Ave., Jersey City, 7.17 A. M.
PHILADELPHIA, $3.00
Sunday, June 18
Leave West 23d Bt.. 7.17; Liberty St., 7.30.
Jackson Ave., Jersey City, 7.61 A. M.
Tickets good only on special train.
Eastern Standard Time Shown.
June 25th LURAY, VA. $6.00
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL
TO
BOSTON'S
METROPOLITAN UNB
Via Cap Cod Carnal
'onnrctlng at Bonton for FsrtUaC
.ockland. Dansor, Bt. John. N.
Varmantb. N. 8.
learner leates t'ler 11, N. R. (ft.
lurray Bt,), New York, dally. Incna.
ng Sundays, at S P. M (Dayliitil
tvtng Time). TeL Barclay VlOi
EASTERN STEAMS KP LINES
SUNDAY AFTERNOON
UP THE HUDSON
TO NKWHUItOII AND nETOIlN.
Str. "Newburgh"
Leaves rilANKI.IN MT., 1 I. M.
W. ItO St., 1.39 r. M.
Muslo. ltestauraat. Lunchroom.
CENTRAL HUDSON LINE
BOAT
2. 6.30, 8. 0.30 P M.
SPECIAL MOONLIGHT SAIL
to Krunsburg and Heturn
TO-NIGHT, ALSO JUNE IB Bp.M7
Mu.lc, Uonrlng, refreshments.
-aTi:A.Mi;it to-
MIDLAND BEACH
IDEAL
AMUSEMENT
25(
STOc
PARK
Rati. Sunt
Hnlldiv.
einf llaltery 10 A.M.. 1.30, B.ISASl'.M.
FOR SALE.
l'On BALE Burt rod nlth Inlaid butt lor
boat fishing. N. 11. Blnion, 175 Ilemsen St.,
Srooklyn, M. Y.
llflULvs. Uattery 0.30,
LL 2, 6.30 ! M Sat... U.30.
V.
HOW TO OCT THERE
19
tTVest Tolnt nnd tfewburth. fitr,
west tza hi., i.ou M.i west i:utti
Returning to ?a m.
tNenbursli and tPouchkr fnle sir.
M.30 A. M.
SUNDAY TRIPS
A day wall spant. Beautiful scenery, refreshing
braeies and Inttrestlns: hours ashore at New A
burgh, prang L-. Park. Washington's Head
quarters or famous Mt. Beacon. Wonderful all
day outings on the palatial steamer
"BENJ. B. 0DELL"
Auji'c Reilmironf Lunchroom
Nevrburgh-Beacon $1.25
Poughkeepsie $1.50
ROUND TRIPS
Utn Sundays FIIANKUN ST., A. M.i
W. 119th St., : A. M.. rain or shins.
CENTRAL HUDSON LINE
BDAY EXCURS:ONS TO
E A
MOUNTAIN
J Sir. Git AND III
LUnOSLV Lt, nntery I
Sunday Af ternoonTrip
Fast Bieel ntr. "uw.ttjm.Ti i.n. tner
A, North Itlier, 1.30; W. 13?d St.. I'.Sl.
Weekday Htramer !.. Itattery OA. M.i
W. 132d St., 8.30 A. M.
Dnillin TDID Weekday. AOc. Children 30c.
nUUriU I nil Hun.&llnN.l. Children 50o.
REFnESHMBN'Cfl SIl'SIC OA.N'CI.NO.
1'alUades Interstate I'ark Conmilnloa.
I'liones Bon ling Green ;5S5-107J.
Sunday Excursior
DelighUul tnp ot 15c mile throuih
the ttit Rvu and on Long Ulind
Sound Good Music Rdrejhments.
Str. Hichard reck
to New Haven
L.T. i'ler 40, N. H.. Houston Bt., U.30 A.
Heturn due New York, I'ler 40, 0.00 I
Ample time tor sightseeing in New llavi
laa "City or Kims."
Hound Trip Tickets, 11.50.
On sale Hnnday only at the pier.
STEAMER
MANDALAY
ini-a To Atlantic High.ands.NJ.
i t'lirrvn
Itattfry Landing I Atlantic ntghlands
0 M A.M.; 1.30, HV71A. 11 A.M., 3. 9.43P.M
ilornlnp Trip Urnlttod Mondays.
(Daylight Saving Time.)
Large Ballroom Deck Danc'ntFree
F Each Crt. Telephones
UC Way, JJC iiroad 7S80, 8034
CONEY ISLAND
Special Schedule (or SATUUUAV. JlfTE 11.
l.v.W. 1X9 St. I
I'ler 1, N. It.
Coney Island.
0.40
30
10.23
11 15
12.00
1.00
2.00
2.43
4.15
5.00
8.00
0.40
7 15
8,15
til "3
n.2:
10.80
11.15
12.IS
1.19
2.00
i.ti
4.10
B.1.1
0.80
T.30
8.3
12.20
1.10
12.10
3.10
8.45
8.10
7.10
7.f.0
o.sr.
P.M
8.30
0.30
4.83
10.30
Trios marked do not eo to 120th Hi.
Trips marked f do not stop at I'ler 1, N. 11.
Telephone Whitehall 12T0
SIGHT SEEING YACHTS
'T0l;IlI8T., Around New York; Lecturer.
Lv. Uattery Dally. 10.30, 2.30. Tel. Iiroad A8.H
To H.IMIV HOOK and OCEAN 1.30 r. M.
HELP WANTED MALE.
DRAUGHTSMEN wanted,
designers and detallers, ex
perienced In mechanical and
electrical work; give age, sal
ary desired and experience
D. J., 644 World.
R4
iFiini.it Of
a a. m. S
311 A. M. a
DRAUGHTSMEN wanted; 2
experienced locomotive do
signers; give age, experience
and Balary expected.
' J K 006 Worl d.
SHEET METAI, WOIUCElt, with thoiougl.
experience erecting riveted typo tor blor
systems conntctcd to nuodnorklng machines
and tor nil dust exhaust systems; stats cx
perlencs and present smployniant,
Address x ctti brld.
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