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ULTRA-VIOLET RAY !IS HAY FEVER CURE > Results Declared Satisfac tory in Many Cases —Sun Compared to Radio. r.r »*,<■ AswK-ialpd Pros. Ij)UIHVIIJ<K, Ky.. October —Sixty I thousand cases of hay fever. bronchial asthma, rickets, fractures, wounds) and industrial injuries have been j cured by American physicians and ( surgeons during the last two years with new instruments that furnish I artificial light and heat many times! more intense than natural sunlight, j | Another Important Radio Opportunity Even Exceeding Last \ ear's Wonderful H.C. Radiola Sale /^\ *50,000 Worth of Radio Sets y Type HHL, Three-Tube Receivers Complete With Genuine RCA-LIV 201-A Tithes. Batteries, Loud Speaker. Antenna Equipment * )’•=“ > A f\jO I r J= r i. 1 I /IV I Ir% delivers yj A it. What You Receive # CL '»"i| ” 1 1-Threctube Clapp Eastham Set I ' ' Jb- ■ —Radio Corporation of America UV W 0 ‘ SIZe special Ray-O-Vac Dry | 35 feet lead-in wire, rubber covered Everything That’s Needed— ... Complete in Every Respect Combining our own great purchasing powers with that of stores affiliated /f j f j* with us, we have at last reached a goal lor which we have been striving for # some time. AT LAST WE ARE ABLE TO OFFER THE PUBLIC A sOlll6 ©f til© FedtUFeS ' j 1: ! !■ RECEIVING SET AT A PRICE EVERY ONE CAN AFFORD TO PAY. j I 1 ' lou if ill Be Able to Enjoy This Winter i -T ■ - „ . , , „ tor This One Moderate Outlay, $49.50 Here is the Story WorU „ ie . • PJPjIWiT Our own engineers, working together with a radio concern Boxing matches (title bouts) . famed for their experience and craftsmanship (one \vho manu- Candidates^speeches Pa * gn “ factured radio sets long before the era of broadcasting), have at Recitals by vocalists and instrumentalists ; last evolved a radio set meeting every requirement of the pub- Symphony and band concerts I r r/ V} 1 j.-. lie. No new circuit has been used. We still retain the circuit Dance programs by the best orchestras j£€ 1 # * • used todav as the standards for- • Religious and community programs. * fV IfcnjcT# . Expert installation Advice C 1 The Commercial Radio Companies of the World You will find that the attendants in our / iPVYjf' The United Slates Army Radio Studio are versed in the intricacies / . > The United States Navy and the general knowledge of the radio ap. paratus they offer to you. W*<m. » And the Armies and Navies of Nearly Every Foreign Nation They are courteous and will be pleased \ \ to answer any question regarding installation This is the — or about set you now have or one ■ f A' n you contemplate buying. Installation can be Avmciivmd P arranged at the time of purchase. Monumental Entertainment Armstrong Kegenerative Circuit Every Night With Your Radio We have developed a 3-circuit tuner that is capable of receiving all local - and nearby stations. The volume produced by the set is sufficient to be heard with ease throughout a large living room. Tone quality is soft, mellow and */) IL tj Mi M M/ M/ .fj _ life-like. Just one tuning control and one volume control is used. A child can Mi Mjg] mTf) a! Ml m MfW) m! ) This Entire Set is Operated on Dry Cell Batteries—No Storage Batteries Necessary „ Radio Studio , 624 F Street jfe ■ V; * * Li k Dr. A. J. Pacini, Chicago. told a meet i ing of the health section of the Thir i tcenth Annual Safety Congress of the i National Safety Council, in session I here. Dr. Pacini formerly was chief I of the X-ray section of the United i Slates Public Health Service. One of the new instruments, the ! ultra-violet lamp, accomplished in 15 j seconds what natural sunlight re j quires two days to complete, Hr. i Pacini declared. Hay fever, one of | the diseases he listed as susceptible I to treatment by the new methods, is a cause of industrial disability which is demanding more and more alten j lioji. it was said. Sun Kmndciisting Station, j Hr. Pacini described the sun a.s I being in effect a huge broadcasting j station that is perpetually sending I out wave-lengths of heat, light and ' ultra-violet. These waves are re ) ceived by the human body, which is j supplied with different forms of re j ceiving stations, each station being “tuned in" to the proper wave-length, j The messages received at the surface !of the body are transmitted along ; the nerve fibers to the * various in- THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C M THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1924. - j ternal organs and they effect -a balancing of the functions of the “ organs, thus bringing about a nor i mal condition. f This modern scientific method of I treating Injuries and disease grew out of the vast experience with the • rehabilitation of World War Veter ■ ana. in which work Hr. Pacini has been an authority. ; • MARINES FIGHT FIRE. ! | Detachment Sent to Battle Blaze | in Forest. I SAX HI EGO, Calif., October !!.—-A i detachment of 50 marines was hur ( ried by motor trucks last night from j the marine base here to Hescanso, in ; the mountain section of the county, to | aid in fighting a fire that had burned I for more than two days in brush and | timber, threatening homes, ranches and pleasure resorts. A call for ad j ditional tirellgjiters camt- from lies- j I canao last evening. • KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES —Pa’s Prepared. —By POP MOMAND. ON oc?^ L ™‘,l- jy i"l 1■ 1 X vast to 6n. twt a lor of uuo yf\ WW ' SM, ( V°o, J I~oT. To v —V—^ « DUEL SHA.PONE . 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