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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12,, 19,2 2,
17 THE EVENING WORLDS f SEVICE jCOLUMN. By Capt. Robert Scoficld Wood. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS I Charles Schmidt "I have a crystal detector set consisting ol a tupped coll, crystal detector, a 43-plato variable condenser, a phono condenser and a pair of 2,200 ohm phones. The aerial consists ot two strands of phosphor bronze wire, each measuring forty-eight feet and a lead-In of twcnty-flvo foet. jj Used to get good results but now "all tfets are off." Sometimes I get fairly loud reception, but so 'chuck' full of noises that It Is useless. What Is my trouble und how can It b romedlod?" Answer From the meagre Information contained In your letter It Is impossible to tell Just what itlnd ot a nolso you aro hearing. If It Is a hum, a loose- con nection or open circuit In your hook up Is responsible, It may also bo that your crystal has become Insensitive and needs attention or replacing, write gain and bo moro explicit. Your aerial Is too short by about fifty feet. A Ingle wire strung In a straight line .bout 100 feet long will give the best results. won NKWAmc 400 MI3TIU2S. J 2.10 P. M. Medley of American songs, 2.J5, P. M. Heading of the' "Life of Christopher Columbus." 2.45 P, M. Song recital by Chrystal Brown, Scotch-American tenor. Pro- irramme: (a) "Where E'er Tou Wallt," (Handel): (b) "Tho Joy of a Kose," (Tarbox) : (c) "Flow Gently Sweet Alton," (Bums): (d) "Who Knows,' (Ball): (e) "The Caravan," (Lohr). 3.10 P. M. Oswald It. Itauth on "The Value of Port Newark to the Nation's Commercial Future." J.40 to 4 P. M. "Practical Applica tion of Analytical Psychology to the Problems of Child Development and Ed ucation," by Alfred Plnnco. (.15 P. M. Baseball scores. 20 P. M. Bob Whlto of Barrlnger Igh School. Programme: (a) "Kitten on the Keys:" (b) "Blue;" (c) "Nobody IJod;" (d) "Three o'clock In the Morn ing." 6.80 to 7 P. SI. Women's fashions, household suggestions and other topics of Interest to women by Maude Hall. be announced by radio. 9.18 "Columbus Day." by Joeph Cashmat! ot the National Security League. 9.30 J'Tho Merchant of Venice," a dramatic reading by Mona Morgan. WlfWIBW Y.OUK 3(10 METnUS. l.lfi to 2.18 P. M. Italian programme In honor of Columbus Day. I. To Colum bus, by the Chairman; II. Aria from "fa Bohcnic," Puccini; Questo o quella O'lUgolotto). Verdi; Alfonso Itomero, tenor; J. airard Hughes at the piano, III. "La Mamma Morta." Giordano "Muslca Prolblta." Stanislaus Oastal- don: Miss Itoso D'Esopo, soprano: Mr, Hughes at the piano. IV. A Night on Venetian Waters. Tavcrna: Ilcmo Ta venin, pianist. V. "Face to Faco with Strnrielln." Charles D. Isaacson. Nea polltan Folk Songs, Carmine Giovanni tenor; Mr. Tavernn at the piano. WtSl MKDKOItD niM.sinn 3.28 P. M. Musical programme. 6.30 r. M. Boston ifbllco reports, Boston Police Headquarters; late news flashes; curly sport news. 7.00 P. M. 1. Sleepytlmo Story, Miss Eunice L. Randall. 2. Music for the little folks. 3. "Your Eyes." by Burton A. Welcome, Executive Secretary De partment of Junior Ited CroM. 4. "Your Car and Your Dealer," by A. J. Shorey, President of the New hniland Veils Company of Boston and Director of tho National Automobile Dealers' Associa tion. 8. "Well. Whafa the Answer7 by Prof. Samuel L. Conner of Tufts College Engineering School. 6. Final baseball scores. 7. Concert Miss Mabel Frlswcll, Miss Emma Treadwcll, pianist: William Walton, violinist; Lo Tloy Johnson, accompanist. WAAM NKWAltK 300 M UTILES. 7.4S P. M. Musical programme as follows: Instrumental selections, medley of "popular football songs, Union College instrumental Club. Address Tradition In College Edu cation. Dr. Abraham Brubacher. Songs of various colleges, union Col lege Glee Club. Instrumental selections of popular songs, Union Collego Dance Orchestra. campus humor set to music. (Jivu Engineering Quartet. ' 11 to 11.68 A. M. "Star Spangled Banner" on the Duo Art. 3 to 4 P. M. Agrlogram from the United States Department of Agricul ture. Musical selections. New Free Public Library Information Service. 1VOY SCIIESECTADY 400 METniCS. 12.00 M. United States Naval Obser vatory Umo signals. 12.30 P. ,11. Noon stock market quo' tatlcms. 12.40 P. M. Music. 12.48 P. M. Weather report on 485 meters wavelength. 2.00 P. M. Music. 0.00 P M. Stock and produce market quotations; news bulletins. Friday Is Pie Day Consumers I J fruity PIES Order One from Your Grocer A "Everv Bite a. Real Delitht" L 1 1 WJZ XEWAItlC 300 MISTIIES J .UU lsany morning reports ana hiuh on farm products. ll.CS Standard time signals and weather forecast. 12.00 Opening prices on active bonds and stocks, grain, coffee and sugar; midday reports and prices on farm pro ducts. J2.10 Musical programme. 4.00 Closing prices on stocks and bonds, grain, coffee and sugar. 9.52 Standard time signals. 10.01 Weather forecast. ' 5.30 Smart suits for winter (two piece and three-piece modes) by Vogue. 0.30 "Economizing Space With Prop er Wardrobes and Closets for Men's Clothes," by Vanity Fair. 7.00 to 7.30 "Jack Babbit Stories" by David Cory. 8.38 Musical programme, artists to. "four Child Needs -at least a. quart of every day in ihe week. Ask your doctor about theeconomy and value or plenty ofvood milk for growing children. si mm BORDENS Farm Products Co, Inc. Franklin 1425 1 . LATIMER Since Gfahteen i The Season's Newest in Living Room Suites THE LATEST CREATION OF THE UP HOLSTERER'S ART SHOWN EXCLU SIVELY AT LATIMER'S THIS WEEK Red and Taupe Mohair $ Three Pieces 265 LATIMER'S R-U-G 7.6x9 Seamiest fe0 vets $2J '.SO WYMi Tmtet Decoration ' Ii beautiful red nd taupe mohair contrasting wtth valour on borders and backs, this specially featured suite has genuine mohair reversible cushions, Marshall springs and handsomely carved frame with tassel decorations. Other Suites on Which Quality and Price Are on an Equitable LeVel. NOW Was 3-pcs. Spanish leather . . .$145 3180 3-pcs. Velour 185 230 3-pcs. Tapestry 210 265 3-pca. Velour. ... , 280 350 3-pcs. Mohair 280 350 3-pcs. Velour 300 385 3-pcs. Leather 415 475 3-pcs. Silkyelour 475 575 3-pcs. Mohair, polychrome frame 700 825 E B.G. Latimer Sons Q) 33-35 Flutbu&h Avenue, Brooklyn Piano solo College melodies, Vf. It. Kowlett. Malo quartet Medley of old-time songs, Civil Engineering Quartet. Address College Athletics and New Footbnll Ilules, Lieut. Elmer Q. Oil pliant. Instrumental selections Union Col lege Instrumental Club. Collego bicker Ilurdett Gibson. Closing number Union College alma mater, Union College Oleo Club. PRIDE THE FARM TOHATO AlStlp Listening In If you could "tap 'the wires" and "listen in" to hear what everybody says, about "Pride of the Farm Tomato Catsup" you'd find the ideas all sum up to one 'opinion: It Is Great Millions of Bottles Sold' Annually in Grocery and Delicatessen Stores in a ONED FEDERATION for the Support ofJewUh Philan thropic Socletle fNewYorkCltr. THIS is what the 91 organiza tions of Federation did last year: Our hospitals and dispensaries cared for 145,663 sick. Homes re provided for 3,000 or phansanddestitutechlldren,330aged men and women, 600 delinquents. Aid was given toS thousands of needy families, deaf persons and crippled children. Preventive work and education saved 3,500 from delinquency, gave jobs to 1,054, taughtusefultrades to l,500and gave religious instruction to ; 0,000. Summer vacations and wholesome recreation were given to 32,850 chil dren and mothers. Federation needs one million dol lars more to give all the helpless all the help they muse have. Give of your comforts for their necessities. cA Million More for FEDERATION ARTHUR LEHMAN. Pnmldtnl FSI4X M. WARBUKO Chmirmmn. BomrdofTrwi MRS. SIDNEY BORO ChmlrtnMn, Womut'i Dtriiion PERCY S. 8TRAUS CTUrmM, Buaneae jlfen'e Council Checks ehonldbe made parable to H. A. Qulntbnrf. Treae., 114 Filth Avenua. New York Cttr This space denoted by The Farmers Loan and Trust Co. BANKING AND FINANCIAL. BANKING AND FINANCIAL. What was the market price last month J What was the "high" last year ? What was the"low water" mark? IF you arc interested in New York Curb Exchange stocks, these are your natural questions and they are all ariswercd in the October 'Trice Range" the most complete record ot prices on New York Curb Exchange stocks published. Opjjm n rtjuist New York Offices (0 Broad Stmt . Tel. Bread 7150 (05 Fifth Avenua Tel. Mur. Hill 71Z0 225 Fifth Avenua Tel. Mid. Sq. 1)77 Jones &. Baker Mtmberi New yorfe Curb Exchange Dlreet Private Wlrea NewYerk Chlc.ro B.n.n PollXel.ttl Fhttburth Detroit RalUta.rc CtrvcUii 1 s Special fOTMetiwlitanlMst TOMATOES l& 3 Cans"IONA" W . T0MATOES15! mmmmmmmmimmmmmmmiltmmaammmai ' Tail CanPlSlTr!; SALMON Rolls "PACIFIC" Boxes Double-Tip Gmiidmotlierls FiEAO the Biggest Bread Vahx of the Hour ;0 CRACKER SPECIALS '53S"22SSE3f 3 Cakes IVORV SOAP, 2o Campbells qc oid.Uutch qc BEANS can CLEANSER can O Guldens Lea SPcrrlnlp if"Ioiia" MUSTARD jr 13 I SAUCE tattle 25 I CORN flwlO KIRKMAN'S SOAP , cake 5 c Beech -Nut Chili Sauce hotde 334 Catsup batik 17 Sliced Beef jar 28 v Products Sliced Bacon jar 39$ Gmgerale bottle 11 $ Peanut Butter jar 15 , W RED CIRCLE9' COFFEE JouV enjoy Us fidl-bodJat strtnpth'- Us dtlihtfid aroma- Us satisfuinp tsstt. It's the big&st coffee, value in town-Ot 4 k - 4 5 A" ' kit A 'A " -i 'A t . t A 3 .-'4 "V 1' f : T V.