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JNEW-YOKK DAILY TRIBUNE, sr\?MY. APRIL t& 1010.
RECEIVING WIRELESS MESSAGES THROUGH A DISHPAN.
Joined me in the hunt, and the air was warm
w:ih such mpFsap"s aa '«'haxnl»ers, your wife
vasts you'; Chambers, you're going to get It
MRS. CHAMEERS AT HER HOME WIRELESS KEYBOARD.
CATCHING MESSAGES ON A WIRE CLOTHESLINE.
when you get home'; 'HeUo. rhambera, bot
f■ t M to Mn street.' and so •s. I learned
when he came home that he had <-a::ght most of
th*> mrasaiyr?, and the following night be amirefl
him?* If by raTTlng up the wire Jen ■tattoos and
jollyinET the operaton who had been Un.i tnousb
to join in th« wireless hunt for him.
•It is thi.; novel fmture of the wlcele— 0] • r it-
Int; tnal maki it so cliaimlng; Ail unkaovn to
t' • ctttMtna, then ia Boteg m in the .iir above
th<:n a constant exchange <«: i.i.i- l.y wir.-leja
operaton who have never s<>.-n one another.
My husband and I sit la our wireless r. OZH in
the eVOUng and talk by the h.»ur to the b ifl
who have ilggad up stations at th.ir rooaa It
is HU|lilalßg how many th.-par"' ar" «he ate -triv
ins? to beeoßM profldeat in the Mom code. We
sometimes i:ave a doaefl boyi talking to UJ lOd
to one another. We give them all an invitation
to come in. and by and by one will caß, make
him?»lf known and talk Wlftteaj until going
home time.
••<«•<• how valuable It will be d'iring the COBV
ing summer, when these boys so away from
home for th< ir vacation?, to know that they can
be in communication with the fan:ily. No mat
ter where they may bury themselves in the
woods, they . :in always k»ip in touch with the
home drcMl without additional expense other
than that entailed in th.- i-unhise of ■ teW
feet of Wire, and eren this m;iy be avoid' d, as
my hi:sband has shown, by usint; some l art of
the camp equipment for an aerial."'
.1 ORATE MISTAKE
J. W Hohnan, th*' c>%-"rnm>-nt\s < • tTi » - i poi
■oner, baa >tro] ed 750.0 M ;>ra;rie dips in the
last eigni months, Mr Hobnan, «>-n;:i!iy >i^
cussing that liolocaust in Waahingtoa. amid:
"Work like mine is best done by an expert
The farmer who poisons his >-.vn prahic daga
may pet Into trouble. CheinJcahl are serious
things for the average man to f »»1 with.'
Mr. Hoi man nailed.
■\\} ■ n I think< f nta foclini
Id, 1 t'n;nk Invol v : Hiram I
man. of Gandy. It w.i.s a wet, cold, nasty Do
ty, like t: - I

Ln thi.s window, !>• tw< en tw< »
: w:th a beau . • ■ ■ th«
WIRES OF UMERELLA USED AS RECEIVER-
other .vith a beautiful clear red one. II •■"-'*
eye rested on a sign that laid:
No Mirn "' 0 f:3.
No Mom CoM»
2^. .1 CoiUe.
4 — *
"Hiram entered the sh">r: *he 'titK I**1 ** B>id h^
could suaraniee the anti-co!d iCUJCdy, and tha
forms man bought a bottle.
"Two days Uiur he returned, tfcroagll m!r»!
and sleet.
"Tve drunk that mixture.' be gasped, r.J it
seems to lia-v^ plu;^' J up n:y throat. I can
hardiy bfeatbe! 1
"The dfUMtot started.
"Ton drank HT he cried. "Wby. nan, in aa
India robber solution to put on th ■ sol' s oC
your shoos! ' "
nn.LR I.YD BULLS.
T. P. O'Connor, the witty Irirh perUamenta
; rian, discussed of a dinner la Sew Torn the buH
"The bur,." said be, "i.n't con.ln ■ d to bviand
It Tsa.s an BEgUahmaa, jroa know, ar. Er.^'ish
Judge, who, betas tolJ by a trasxp that be \\:\3
j unmarried, replied: "V .•::. thaX'u a good iLlns
; fur your wife.'
"And it v.tj? a French soldi- r who, sleeping in
J his teat, with a atone jar for a pfCov, replied a
1 being asked II the J:ir wasn't hard. 'Oh, bo; '.vo
} stuff -"1 it. you tee, with !r>y.'
"And it KMM an American poiiti'-'an he:>- in
New York who cried the other nieht from tIM
I tailboard of a dray: 'If we resnaia -.:■ n tl.es
people will not L.'ar our heartrending crie>!' '
For BILIOUSNKSb Try
Hunyadi Janos
NATURAL APHR^NT WAXXK
Avoid Su£biitutes
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