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IS braidings and embroidery with j *' j -i> , - v ►Vi Ur* I BY RADIO TODAY .f 1 Schedule of Wireless News and Entertainment. LOCAL STATIONS. N A A— Naval Radio Statioa, Radios Va. trio Mater.). 3:25 p.m.—Complete UVe stock mar ket comment. . 3:45 p.m.—Weather bureau report. 4:05 p.m.—Crop report and special Items. 5:05 p.m.—Dally market report. I 8 p.m.—Concert by the United [ States Marine Band Symphony Or- I chestra of seventy-flva pieces, under 1 the direction of Capt. William H. Santlemann, leader, and Taylor Bran son, second leader. The program fol lows; “Symphony, No. 2’’ (B dur) (Franz Sohubert), (a) largo, allegro vivace, (b) andante, (c) menuetto. allegro vivace, (d) finale, presto vivace; violin solo, “Concerto, Opue 26" (Majf Bruch), prelude—allegro moderto, adagio, finale —allegro en ergico, Musician Herman R. Hoffman; overture, “Tannhaueer" (Richard Wagner); “The Star Spangled Ban ner.” 10:05 p.m-—Weather bureau report. WlL—Continental Electric Company (360 Meters). 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.—Phonograph selec tions. WM V Doubled.y-HUI Electric Co. <360 Meters). 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.—Program of music. WlAV—Woodward A Lothnp (*6O Meters). 1 Daily schedule omitted for the pres : ent. | WJH—White A Boyer Co. (SBO Meters). ] 1 to 2 p.m.—Music and features. ! WEAS—The Hecht Company Mnsle Building (360 Meters). , 3 to 4 p.m.—-Selectlond an the vlc jtrola and reproducing piano. 17 to 8 p.m.—Special concert by the I Better ’Ole Club Orchestra, under the direction of Roscoe Dee. The pro gram follows: ‘‘lvy’’ and "Chicago,” 1 orchestra; Johnny Hawkins will sing •’ln My Honey’s Lovin’ Arms”: "Long ing for You Blues” and "Dearest." orchestra; Warren Adams will render a violin solo, “To a Wild Rose” (Mac- Dowell); "Ingenue Baby” and “Just One More Dance,” orchestra; piano solo by Roscoe Lee. "Chopin Noc turne”; song by Johnny Hawkins. "Buddy”; "Jl-Jl-Boo,” "St. Louis Blues.” “Sweet William,” orchestra. Closing announcements. THE EVENING BTAR, WASHINGTON. I>. C.. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1923. DISTANT STATION*. All Programs Scheduled (or Eastern Standard Tim*. WlP—Olmhel Brothers. Philadelphia (4*6 Helen). 2:10 to 3:80 p.m.—Dance orchestra concert. 7 p.m.—Reading of limerick prises. 7:10 p.m.-i-Bedtlme story. WDAK Kansas City Star (406 Meters). 4;30 to 5:30 p.ra.—Concert. 7 to 8 p.m.-y-Educational features and music. 9 to 10:30 p.m-—Concert. 13:46 a.m. to 2 am.— “Ntghthawk” frolic, Coon-Sanders Orchestra WHAS LoaUriUs Cearier-Jearaal (PSP Msters). - 5 to 6 p.m.—Concert by Alamo The ater Orchestra; organ recital. 8:30 to 10 p.m.—Concert by Ben sing’a Orchestra; historical episode. WSB—Atlanta Journal (466 Meters). 6 to 7 p.m.—Twilight concert. • to 1:15 p.m —WBB Radio Uni versity. 8:18 to 9 p.m.—Rosa Cefalu. colora tura soprano; Bertha Sims, contralto. 11:46 p.m.—Radio owl concert. WWJ—Detroit News (460 Meters). 8:80 p.m.—Town Crier: Detroit Col legians’ Orchestra; Lenten speaker. WO Y—General Electric Company. Schenectady. N. Y. (870 Mctere). 6 p.m.—Produce and stock market quotations; news bolletina KSD—St. Louie Peet-Dtapntch (I*6 Meters). 9 p.m.—Program by singers and in strumentalists. WEAFi—American Telephone end Telegraph Company. New York (466 Meters). 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.—Solos and re citals. 7:30 to 10 p.m.—Continuous pro gram of concerts and recitals, in terspersed with lectures. KDKA Westlnghouse, Pittsburgh (360 Matem). 6:15 p.m.—Dinner concert. 7:l* p.m.—Theatricals. 7:80 visit by the Dream time lily fit! p.m.—News and stock reports. S p m.—Add re see a 8:10 pJD-—Concert by the KDKA little symphony orchestra. WJX—Westtaghenae. Newark, N. J. (S6O Meters). 6:10 p.m.—Musical program. 8 p.m.—Lecture. 7 p.m.—Bedtime story. S am.—Organ recital. 0:80 p.m.—Recital. S:4S pan—Humorous negro etoriesi K* W—Westing house, Chicago (466 Meters). 4 td 4 p.m.—News and sport*. 1 7:60 p.m.—Bedtime story. 9 to 10 p.m.—Program of music. 10 p.m.—News, sports and talk by Dr. Herbert Parkyn, who claims to be the originator of the theory of autosuggestion. WOB—Bamberger Company, Newark. N. J. (400 Meters). 4:13 p.m.—Dance orchestra. 4:80 p.m.—Radio cartooning. 4:46 p.m.—Danoe orchestra. 7 p.m.—Solos. WOO Palmer School, Davenport, lews (400 Meters). 6:36 p.m.—Sandman’s visit. 7 p.m.—Pipe organ concert. 10 nm.—fcrotto Band of Rock Island. • * < KAPLOWITZss XHOOBFORATKD 721 NINTH /T NW .SUMS ** O OWN/"**-WEAR/ Specializing in Fashions De Luxe Exclusively Unusually Attractive Prices Prevail | RADIO NEWS | Roscoe Las’s live-pleas aggregation of jaas artists that plays nightly at Washington’s little Bohemia, ’’the Better ’Ole,” will entertain the in visible radio audience from 7 to 4 o’clock this evening. The concert will be broadcast from station WEAS of the Hsobt Company musio building. The program will include solos by Johnny Hawkins, numerous ’’blues’ selections by the orchestra and some specialty numbers by Roscoe Lee, “king of the ivories.” The United States Marine Band Symphony Orchestra of seventy-five pieces will give Its weekly radio con cert tonight beginning at S o’clock, which will be broadcast through NAA, the naval radio station In Arlington. The first act of “The Laughing Lady” will be broadcast directly from the Longue re Theater In New York city Friday night by the Westing house station WJZ, at Newark, N. J. Ethel Barrymore has the leading role. A description of the stags setting of this English comedy will be given by Bertha Br&inard. The breadcasting of the act will begin at 4:40 p.m. and , continue until 9:20 p^m. It matters little what it is that you Want —whether a situation or a servant —a want ad in The Star will reach the person who will fill your nsed. 13-Year-Old Boy Hears First Time Over Radiophone By the Associated Praao. LONDON, February 88.—Wlre- Im> telephony has achieved an other wonder—made the deaf hear. Inspired by the report that a ■eventy-seven-year-old, deaf for thirty years, had listened suc cessfully at a friend's home, sci entists have conducted a aeries of experiments at the Marconi bouse, where Harry Shwer, aged thirteen, deaf from birth, heard music and the human voice for the first time in his life. The boy was taken before aloud speaking device, over which a fox trot was transmitted. He quickly IDdlarDayl < l 11.75 36-Inch 2 69c Baby “ i ► i ► Satin WhereVoterDollctrr Cbitnilffarf Dre»»e* 4 ► t 4 \ J O .* plece : 7th Sh, N.W. SSOTTO i > a r ' —— i ..i—.. I. ion* and abort. . 4 i [ p«m.mmOii Sale Fram 9 A.M to 11 A.M. 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Dr. MacLeod Tearsley, famous aural surgeon, said the fact that Shwer heard through one ear, but could not through the other proved that he possessed some remnant of ability to catch sounds which the ordinary tuning-fork experi ments would never have revealed. “The most hopeful line of dis covery,” said Dr. Yearsley, “Is that of the possibility of re-edu cating the deaf to hear by means of wireless. The cases of all deaf ■ persons, however, are Individual.” Dr. Yearsley Is consulting otolo gist to St. James' Infirmary, Bal ham, and former senior surgeon at the Royal Ear Hospital. Famous Uson NOISELESS Ckoassrs No. 4 Title Guarantee and Trust Co. (91 Machines) The Noiseless Typewriter Typewriter* rented. Factory refeaflta aold at attractive Klcea. Free trial macklae. one Main 837*.