Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 08, 1922, Page 5, Image 5
lrih BEE: uMAHA. THURSDAY. J UN hi 8. Ui'i. Three Features on Friday Night Radio Program Hoffmann Quartet, Jas Clastique Dance Band and Girl Violinist to Give Numberi. ' Tne Bee invites iti many radio friend throughout the middle eit to ltkten in next Friday night, June 9, 8:1$ to 9, when another concert will be broadcast through arrange ment made with the Omaha Grain exchange broadcatting nation, WAAW. -- Three excellent fraturet will be presented. The Hoffmann quartet, tnrougn the courtesy of Leo A. Hoffmann, will open the program with three aelectiont: -On the Sea." oy Dudley Buck; popular air, se lected, and "Land of Mine." These singers are tmmett Moore, M. J. Flanagan, Thtl Helgren and Gus 1'. Swansou. Oirl Violinist Following the quartet Miss Ger trude Thiem. daughter of Mr. and Mri. C. II. Thiem, 5351 North Twenty-eighth avenue, will give a violin aolo. The third feature will be the Jas Classique Dance band, whose per sonnel are talented students of the University of Nebraska. These in strumentalists are J. L. Barritt, Bob Lee. W. A. McBride. LeRoy T. .-J I " II.. 4Puiieiii aim J vwniicuy. Heard In Michigan. ' ' The Bee radio concerts are being enjoyed in homes and business places in many towns and cities of Nebras ka. Iowa, Illinois, Kansas. Missouri and even as far as South Dakota, Minnesota and Michigan. A postal card has been received from Leon L. Simkins, who received a Bee concert oi his radio aet at Martin, Allegan county, Michigan, more than 500 miles from Omaha and about 40 miles north of Kalamazoo.- Radio Telephony Wonder of the Age Development of Wireless Pre sages Practieal Use of Talk ing Through Ether. By JOHN E. XENNEBECK. (Tfcte ta IK Mr4 laaUUraaat a The Baa". asar M r.) Science never stops. Every day we hear of new inveir tions and developments of some scientific art. and just as the tele phone and the automobile were de vcloped for commercial use, so may we look forward to radio becoming one of the world's greatest factors for communication. Eery day the spirit voices of radio are about us. When we sit comfortably at home or walk the streets, the electrons of radio are rushing about us at the rate of 186, 000 miles a second. Waves Carry Voice. We are amazed when we hear of a person in Los Angeles listening to a friend's voice in New York. In reality, the man in Los Angeles does not hear the voice of his friend in New York. The easterner's voice is translated into electrical impulses and these impulses are carried along the wire to the distant receiver. where they become audible. The two most important parts of the telephone are the receiver and the transmitter. We speak into the transmitter and hold the receiver to the ear. When we speak into transmitter, the, sound waves that our vocal organs set up strike against a thin metal diaphragm, which is set vibrating: in sympathy with the voice of the speaker. At a distant station, this vibrator creating a current, enters the receiver and produces an audible sound by causing another diaphragm to vibrate in unison with the diaphragm of the transmitter. Voice) Modulation.' In radio telephone, instead of sendim these voices over a conduct ing wire, wt must send them through the ether. Direct currents must be used to carry the voice without die tortion. Continuous electromagnetic waves must be used in radio tele- Phony. Various devices are ued in the broadcasting stations, which will be treated in later installments. Among them are the vacuum tubes, alternators, condensers and trans formers . Continuous waves are created in a transmitting set and if we place a telephone transmitter in the proper part of a continuous wave transmit ter, we can cause the voice to alter the waves in such a way that it will be reproduced in the telephoue re- - t . I. . A. 1 ' ccivrr oi inc oisiani receiving ela tion. We impress the voice upon these waves in much the same man ner as we impress it upon the con tinuous current in a wire telephone rircuit. This is called "modulation," and the vacuum tubes are used to increase this modulation. Receiving from broadcasting sta tions will dc discussed in the radio columns of The Bee tomorrow. - T Spark Revenue officers, seeking the dis tillers of the far famed and hard hit ting "white lightning" in the moun tains of Kentucky have found evi dence that the mountain men have radio communication 'With confed erates at jiear by railroad towns who warn them of approaching danger of raids. This accounts for' the code messages that have often been picked up in that vicinity and also for the unsuccessful raids during the past few months. The officers found that when they raided a location where a still s known to exit the place was deserted. Radio will pilot the U. S. S. Iowa into battle maneuvers with the At lantic fleet off the Virginia capes, according to a statement issued by the Navy department. The fleet is now en route front Gusntanamo bay. The Iowa will be guided entirely by radio and will be moving target for the gunners. A transmitting set aboard the contro hiisr shio will con trol the Iowa by means of an aerial and special apparatus the latter. Quettion a. St. T . - tr.fc Q Caa ana iwa ih aaiaa "A" halt.ry ior Ban ma aaitcior ana ampun.rr A. T.a. . B. F. ., VaJaaliaa, Kah. Q Caa 1 uu last ohm racclvar .o inn rcivrr till ' A. Ttaca. rrlvr caa ba awd ta. f.th.r. Rrivra. how.v.r. ahauld a w" vamv. bvnnvci invm ia arlti. . Omaha. Haiti. Editor: What la in rrara aitianc that aroaaeaatinf ha bn rclv4 with a alnila talx mi ? What wa langtha could I cover with a :i foot atrial, a varlsrunlw of iha rl. lowini dtmanalona: Primary a tub at caroooara win lurna or no. is wlr; IB eacondary, a eroqu.t ball a-lth r eoila . dlvidd equally on each hair. S Urna all loitthtr hava a errata! ae; would a varloroupltr cut the atnnath oi in aianaia ooa 10 a point lower than l( 1 uattf, a ri lndurlaneT St. M. Ana. I. PHt.burth and Newark. N. 1 nave beta beard hare ea a alalia tub aet. J. TPP to so meter wava Itniih. ). Probably not. Parents' Problems What course should be followed in the case of a little girl of 9, who is too intense, feeling both pleasures and disappointments too keenly? A child who feels keenly is blessed. but she should have only the sim plest pleasures. Such a child is as excited by the anticipation as by the event. Let her live out of doors and sleep as many houra a day as possible. Above all, lead her to take a keen interest in the joys and disappointments of others. If she is impulsive and warm-hearteir this wil be a safeguard against selfish ness, to be which her tendency to be self-centered will inevitably lead. Ford Club in Each District Plan of Leaders President of Dearborn Organ ization Says Crisis Demand ing Leader Now at Hand. Detroit. June 7. (By A. P.) Plans for a nation-wide movement to bring about tht candidacy of Henry Ford for president in Ii4 were mapped at Dearborn. Mr. Ford's suburban home, at a perma nent organisation meeting of the Henry for President club. Similar clubs should be formed in each congressional district of the United States, it was decided, in order to perfect a more closely knit organization. This method, it was pointed out, would show Mr. Ford's strength in each district and insure him of the prober congressional sup port, should his ticket be returned the winner. The club decided against adopting a platform, preferring to leave Mr. Ford free to work out hia own ideas should he consent to enter the pres idential race and to set forth for himself the principles upon which he would go before the people. Rev. Dr. William Dawe, pastor of the Dearborn Methodist Episcopal church, was elected president of the club. In addressing the gathering, he declared Mr.. Ford was "the best known citizen of the world today" and was well fitted to head the gov ernment and take the lead in launch ing reforms he declared were nec essary. Every few centuries, Dr. Dawe said, "a man appears at the time of ?;reat crisis and such at crisis con ronts the world today. Perhaps Mr. Ford has appeared for just such an hour as this. The country needs to start anew under the sort of lead ership of which he ia capable. He had many critics, but natural lead' ers often are called fools and fana tics. 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