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The Bemidji daily pioneer. (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, August 15, 1922, Image 3

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Material* That Ar Necessar
'MWim^^.
J[' simple nohregenerative
vaouuin |-|he receiver, the? ari&^ ^i
scteral set* wlU b* giveiB, belore^k
lor UP tht eipWdllttoa.^ the vacuum
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ah ampllflftr. The circuit*
which wilt be dcrlbd dtpead Bpon
tbft -vacuum tube for a detector or as
a re^ifler i ^avii^
function of an OBcliiatbr..
The flra iet described will bj that
of Wimtog cmti
tal base: Tl^foUowl mAt
rial necettti for Iti^n^e^laa
,3":,li'.:""boards7
jie -i^a^^^^^
f,
A piece of cardb%r itublng butslde
diameter, three inebea, and ttte tuxbee
Ion*. It Will ebjjt about i^ceiii*^
One buodred feet of No,:22 DCC
manet
:w^^rdb?:
abbilt'
8S^iirtB::-'
&&- atandard slider to fft^fc%-M'
Inch brass rod, Jl about 41 cents.
-A iix-lricli leagM of:?#^hieb
a^aare brass rod. Cost about 20 cents.
eii^armocki^^^w^r vftm.
TWM
:ifv::
diameter of the cardboard tubing iild
bewreen and %^nch* mjfi:^'
TWO biadug posts. Some, orange
.AtfSii"^-V--
P^t^-f^-
type^ ^dlotrol^vacmiiin. ttil
lirtjjcl* sells for 5.
\Tlte''stddard -TiCTnmvtu^ij ^jfl^gijapriW^
costing .attfmfrheosfat::f |1 ^\0:^?^
.V
A fflame^t ^64F^iM^.
i
sisfattce costing about |ij^v,:^
A combination grid cdndttlier and
grid leak for tbi 0 200 Ridtogep
coeting 58 cents: 'V-'-
In addlUon ar
ing 60 cents.
t:!-':
phone condemgf^
cost
i '7^-
W^^-:
One pair id! MUrdock tf'^viwv-
cojtto|sW.. :.v|
''4!ii'mbTOOTg ^m':ba'b.^^^'ll:
One piece of wood eight Inches
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Australian City la Building Radio 8t
tion for Dir*rt CewmuhlcatJonh v-i
irSv^rv-V^
The wotk of establishlni.the mam
nioth Australian radio station in Mel
bourne fo* dire*t commdnicsUon with
Great Britain has been beginV
The substations for overseas'^ipc
wlB be afibut t|ire times as powerful
as any European station today. It will
take twqffear*1Jief$rt:fh^ cr|il ind
feeder stMons are completed, As a
normal pfoormancelthe chief station
will be W* to fp^at- dlre^iJyer'nf"
O0 O DiUepfor tl| greater jpart of any
worktog:iy, ^./i^M:^^
5*celviBg and? aendllSr 'tefen^, to
correapond Willi**M#i*.-fiftM*
a
mg^the aam p^Hbl^ TBe^H*fc fit*
the maltf atatteif Wl^ bfe linpbi*ed
fro* England, Sut the piiint.-^nr3.iftj.
feeder stations will be manufactured
in La.ustrtUia, one .for,".^.T: e^^ t||e
states. ,'n
7'ivv- r*''
The combmed "cost of all theae ata
tiois will be abo!w:
WBW*&> ^he
^^KiK.niabi |ttn wjll e^mi^^ |^r#o#r
^fes -ter and receiver tertainaf thirty
apart, the latter Including-tw^n
M -oi* towers each 800 feet
^.iirea* oer a
a4*rIPJ8a!begone-' N^fla 'The wireless ratta wlH
less tba* the pteseiit ca^rpeilfo
Europe.
NOW READ THE WANT AD COLUMNS OF THIS PAPER
as
mm? to ifiht ih| ^i&stnb* Mi
ment itndi Jwltte^ totofT0ithe
be a six-yoit atdjriiigfe ^ery of not
Jes^tbso^.!^
Ohe 22$*vbitj^" batfery^^i^l^niM^
^ary for,a'^aoui^fiipi^ potent^
.^teikssUffi
No. 2? DC03
ittch^orf th^l
fttbe
en oae nf of th ln4int to the
o&or
ttgl
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'JD
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li
square blocks and then shelJa^pr^ajj-,
nlihttieBi for a^peartnce' sake.
When, thoroughly dry slip the two
end t^Qcfs latovthe wou^d rube ind
'dfiiren tbcougb:-
jviati.: .:-vRi.,:.')i..i,
tue^rdbbard tube
fstea the ea^d blecii lo the wound
Nii*^^v^^^*g.
A The irtlder, ltvfem^ on top
^^^su^^|blJ4= be capable of
mkking c^n^ct'WJth any turn of the
wirfeon^e^be. In order to remove
tfie h^Blaawn^^iittie wlreTijusfun
dee- the-rod where the slider moves
b*ek Wid forth.^i^ 4 Pl^ sand-.
pipe* kipoiund" a thft?W ofAwuod
and, Hing^othpiee of wooa.as a
gtilde, sno^pef.ths lnsttiadpn fw
the.winding. I v,-7..VVv
DHll a 'hole one^lthth Inch to dl
atotrterthnmgl* the sUd^ red about
wiir^mmltmiAm
If
to
AfiaemFle the^irittil^cirt pttfees of
wobtt|^ tkiif |gji|pjpMj|. ce|p
is?fe ?^'-ht.'it
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end. ohe-feurtfa Inch In 'fi
^bat^jf^sttiiil^^^^
^at'tib*?:cbniiciiiiniir%B-^^
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ttmB
goodcontact with the wlndlngm Mount
I^iSla|^"po)ft -dit "''iri*#dfe^^tt
c6H,^a^0Wng one by meana of a wire
^Mor.tlnjtheetingai.iiii
t% |oih|^t#al|t*.ft*^
an^'vc^injne^t/.^tteoi'-Bp.- ..y,--^ .-i ^ijfr!
i^fcSli^itfg||pijpiir-iTrelal^'poifc:
tibha eCfb5 bi|cttie^t mounted on
ah eight-Inch square base board, with
fte aettwl Wlrthfr, ^fgjaa. F*I 1?
ij^:%^^fl^|WU!a of, the
wiring of: th* same set.
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FLASHES
San Francfscb is receiving
concerts broadcast *t gcbenec*
tady N,
In New TJrh squad of sols
die^Wai drilled in an armory
Uptown at the commands,-life a.
Piid*coaatiaeaslrj
^vtosfeM. -:N^iJ*urylni.
rei
trr^We^ to ihe sany(^th*
young ladles damp oa.tb^lr ear
pieces and kill time between
wjtns listening'to radio musfe
Bdi^flOQalj experts iay:JBat
minds of subnormal children.
:\''JiTjyk^g^E^o&^ie ijnheir edu
trb^ iriterest^ It JflbelleTed
ti*|-rad^ .wffl greatly stimulate
stitfb Intereit, -:-"^--:r
j Ahd^how It is t^f:demists wh*
are profiting by radlb. It Is a
great advabtage to keep the
mind of a patreot o* his tt#
U** When a radio ear-pttcj
Ja.clamped on, what regtsfers
on the ears:of the sofferer makes
nihil more or leas indifferent to
Qrfat poswbuithai the sui
Uyr talker^
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tO#lM^g|#^B^^Clota^^ Dehionstra-
-ti#i-Sea^i vU give al^^oxisiratioii on
t||^i^andstaHd.
:i"'
The first act of Ae^Gigantic ^hree^Diay
Pitgeanti depictin^CBemidii in the 'mw-^.
'...daya^iwiHbegin^rop^ptlx-.at 7r:30/
9:00 O'GlockJudging Stocks Jtnd
Agricultural exhibits. Viewing of 4teu
plays,^tc. ,v i: ""^v-
10i30t),GloclP-Girls,
Teant-\vill bafe bread in Agricultural
lat^^Prdiminaries ih Hor|ieshoe Pitch-
ApERNOQ^:
1:00 prGIock^-Racing pro^r^m jyiljl
star^f-*K^^- fi''X"
^I^g^^uii
W,-.m,
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JX'. flf fi't.B rf*j
J:ftdj 8'.Si..,c .V
iWrif.tllfi-
i-p .=Wi
?^7"***^Jp O^Clc^|^o|g:^:a i
y!'N^1^-Eirst-heat oiFree-for-all Race
NO 2First heat of....
3Vaudeville Stunts.:%
^^O^^Sicond heat of tiie Free-foirall
fM6J. 9-ThimJieat ot,^.,
No. iOSecond heat, Runnihg.Race.
ily^-:
ii
b':K Joirv
.-v^ 'A%tli%is^ *f:.'#S:i,''---^lsl^i:gibV^-4Q-
'^r^.^'-^^^r-v .r-
GoiripJe^t^Af displays and exhibits in all
r
Li
?i^{:
5 4 i:^ G'C16cit-r-Racing^nS Vaudeville,
ilH^ |||:|oildwing
o^r::'^^^^
Jfe^oZ-lT-iSrsf^t1^^^^^^
/,Troi'
$lo. 2Pir^theatbf the I .fate.
rV Na I^l^jfo^^te% frbWt
^^kBi
l^o. 4Sec6M heatWrr:. :Tiit.
Ho 5-Second het^vyv,*. .^1.
No."6Vaudeville Act in front
oiihe^'''
^ffc]-': Grandstands||
^17-First heat of l^nnirig Race.
fa 8-ThirdtoaliQfc*iq
,^^^*SThiridr heata o|^
JJ& 10Second heat pf Runing Race.
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n-.* :ybfa.
Bread:-.$ ak i:n'*'V g^
sTrot.!^
hd heat of .^Trofc:^^i
nts."
Np# ,g-iVaudeville Stunts.
rrrN^kftJlFirsiheat of RunningrRane. ^i^n*.-
hea4 or^ee^
No. ilMonster Parade of Livestock
EVENING: ,--"'.._,
.Seco nd act of Gigantic Three-Day Pagf-
V-.-.-- i'.1 ^^t'*.-- 'i
J-.?/'-?
$
ii ._ *feiii'-..'./
EVENING
y-^jf^--*-^
-Jfto
:i.
Frfslay, 4uouf
^7iiftrl)jf6
IPitiemng Tournament
fo
"!:\'f"^",^^' i,
iurdcy, AuguBi
'v*jiftfci8.-.ss!i',.:i!'.jl''
fir.
4. 4
-41|!' SS*b^J3^ H5B&'-1
W-V..A-'.._
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1 i1
ii!PIIIIIIIHHWHH
i-W4:
l~r-First heat of\ .Pace.
MO 2First heat of,..:". SM,
Noi SVaudeville Stunts. j
"Tliird and'fii%^a^^'^j^^p Pageaiit.
ledby Fire* Wbrksr
^iMf^V*"
:''i'^'i. :i'
"U
S'irliii Is Automotive Day
^j^-Ciockrr^^.big sale of Livestock
slaril'at tfns^Sr?-:
I ,i.jw, ifi/-r*"!'
AFTERNOON:
'J
|gl|i(iid op^tunliy to. buy first-class
,:^iiKtQckat'wgH'pBices.'^
.v#- r*.
x'(..r---
f!!i-i-K'..
1:3 0'Olock-^-Autp Racing starts
l^PirstH^ of Five-Mile: Free-
No. 2Vaudeville Stunts.
^o. 3First heat of Motorcycle Race
}$&. 4rgecond heat
pf Free^ornall
[Auto
^f,::/o'l^ ^Secondheat Motorcycl^|laeg,
I^VaudevlV Stunts S^^t.
cars. ^miMtfe, Rac^ Jjj
Bal^Mile stops ami star^
No? 8Aiistraliah Pursuit Racei
IIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
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SiftO O'Cloc^yiwinl Prize Winning
Exhibits and Stocks,
'X-
if
A
"S^-'-iiKt''.'*
y$Bf-
of Horseshoe?
X:M~B]
r-vi.
No. 4Second heat*of
No. 5Second heat of..ifr..,.ipac0. .^pot
No, 6iVaudfiiviUe Stunts. $,
No. :?First heat of Hunning Race.
Sto 8Third heat 6t.J^Ur.iP^^,-
Ho^ 9Tfiird heat of...: %oJ.
o. iO-P&Sc6nd heat, Running %ce.',
.to^paril^ijW(6^iv-',':^r
'^tiLj^stocSipai?afe iWv,
EVENING: '-:^'?W|fc^^
ri^r-^^r!*
:rf.,-..-,
.".Sn'i.' .Vr-'!,
liuhdreds of farrha*
.^,'Ioriall"Aut6 Race. ":i"
i
Race by -Fa
tts
'1
AS .15
li i III?

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