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THE DAILY HERALD OF UTAH COUNTY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26. 1922 SPANISH FORK SOCIETY Mrs. Wallace Brockbank entertained the members of the Sorosis Junior club Thursda evening of last week. Luncheon was served at 9:30. Besides the members, invited guests were Mrs. Harvey Nielsen, Mrs. Wallace Hales and Miss Allie Creer. The Fidelous club members met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bailey Hughes, retiring president, and attended to the business of electing officers for the ensuing year as follows: President, Mrs. D. C. Bowen; vice president, Mrs. William Jarvis; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Lorin Creer; club reporter, Mrs. Frank Thomas. - A committee of arrangements was appointed to plan for the annual Mother's d luncheon. Miss Melva Hanson entertained the girls of the JoViaiit club Thursday 'evening of lsst week. Reading and -- fancy work were enjoyed. The mem Ders will join with the girls of the B. P. A. club to give a party la the near ruiure. lmiss Etta Lawhorn was present as special guest Luncheon was served at 9:30. Mrs. Ray Jones of Mammoth and her little nephew, C. Merlyn Richards, spena me week-enhere with Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Johns, who lias beea sick for some time. y electro-magnet- THINGS BEGINNERS electro-magneti- REVISTD VERSION. . 4l nnais me om one about a penny 11 4 savear something about being able to save himself a lot of trouble by saving a mtie money!" Wayside Tales. INDEED WISE, "Solomon was the wisest man." "He was," assented Miss Cayenne. He knows how to manage a large number of wives without a elnglo scandal." y APRIL I Ml I I XX.. I I I 16 17iBBl9 2Q 1 II 2ltj2 11 Xbur coal bills will tell you-inst- ARCOLA all jvowf in and year out coal has always in the spring. Your coal dealer knows it; your coal bills show it Arcola, too, costs less now, this month, than ever before in its history much less than last falL To take advantage of that low price YEARless Explanation of Terms Used in Radio and of its Basio Principles. Due to the great Interest taken In radio since broadcasting stations hav been started, many radio terms an seen and heard that may be unfamiliar to the novice. Some of the most commonly used terms are explained and Like light, heat and sound, radio energy Is propagated In the form of a wave motion. Every one Is familiar with the wave motion set up on the surface of a still body of water by the dropping of a stone Into It Every time a point on the surface of the waves goes through a complete set of motions and starts to repeat those motions the wave is said to have gone through a cycle. The number of complete cycles gone through per second is the frequency. The human ear Is responsive to sound frequencies up to a few thousand cycles per second but Is not capable of responding to the higher frequencies encountered in radio. Arbitrarily a frequency of less than 10.000 cycles has been called an audible frequency one which can be heard and frequencies above 10,000 cycles, radio or inaudible frequencies because they cannot be heard by the human ear. The particular type of wave which propagates radio energy Is an electromagnetic wave. AH of us have seen bits of Iron and steel attracted by the I'.tle toy magnet" made up In the form of horseshoes. This attraction of the magnet for the bits of Iron and steel showed the existence of a magnetic one-tent- electro-magneti- The letters are of "gossly" nature. somewhat after the order of "Fcpy's Diary," The author modostly tolls us In his introduction that "The name of Balsac is not confin'd within the Orbe of one Kingdome: his pen hath made him known unto all that pretend to KliKjuence and politer Learning: And had his language been more generall, bis worth had been more known." One of the early readers of the book was evidently of a critical nature, for In the first sentence a letter to Monsieur do la Motte-Algroreading, "The Indian canes which you sent me were prety, but you have so embelHuht them that I doubt me they are not for myturne." the word "embelllsht" has been replaced by "beutlfiod." The book was purchased by Mrs. Gates In Boston in 1892, and is now placed in thu Alice loui.se Reynolds library. Mrs. Susa Young Gates has shown her esteem for Prof. Alice Reynolds and her devotion to the B. Y. U. by presenting to the Reynolds library a rare volume, published In 1639. The Parent-Teacher- EZIXIKXXZZZZSS: UNCLE PCEI1 JOHN'S EZXUUKXXZZXXZXXXSSI I HAVE HAVE YOUf Did you ever go a flshln' on a sunny afternoon, when the crick's alive with stickers say, about the fust of June with a pliiK o' Star tohacker an' a can or two of bait, when there's nothln' much adoin' to prevent yer stayln' late? I id you bait yer hook dell-ratwith yer heart swift, as you thought about the sucker that yer polo would hardly life? IHd you slide tho hohher upward, with a swellln' In yer , into soul, an' shoot "er out, Did you set the old swimmln'-holethere, like a dummy, flghtiii' skeeters, gnats, an' tints, while the mud was soukin' deeper through yer derned old greasy pants an' weren't it mortifyin' when yon landed home that night, an' had to tell tho fellers that you never got a bite? ZR..OWN UNOLB JOHN. ker-zip- Lloyd George warned against execs slve ambition when he said, "the mountain of fame has great responsibility, the higher you climb, the colder and lonelier It becomes; you are exposed to every attack of tho elements, also It Is necessary to deny yourself the comforts of peaceful home life." Best Paint Costs Less in the long run When you use the beBt paint for work you are doing, you make worth while savings In many ways. nest paint Is easier It covers more area per RADIATOR to spread. It saves labor costs. gallon. Saves material costs. But more Important, tho best paint servos for years longer than ordinary paint. iii SHOP We have been making best paints for 73 years. They are scientific in formula and preparation. They contain the best pigments, oils and zinc and, in addition, contain Pioneer White . ilA-ad- a w il j I I; i li a "! 1 we nave just msiaiiea a new, plant which jij will take care of every- - ij jjj thing in Radiators. ii: Our "Service Department" will gladly give you free advice on any kind of painting. Take advantage of Fuller service and Fuller quality. up-to-d- !:: ;; Service First j Quality Always iii " Telephone your Steamfitter today : ;Tx nf . I , iji Department of the ill For Sale by Dixon-Taylor-Russ- .Arcola means an American Radiator in each room no more cold rooms; no more spotty heat. It means better health for the children, for it gives the same healthful radiator warmth that florists insist upon for their delicate flowers. And it pays for itself in the fuel it saves. Arcola News and Notes e MUST LEARN FIRST book Is in an excellent state of preservation, and Is Interesting, not only as a relic, but as a study in literature of the seventeenth century. The title page contains the inscription, "A Collection of Some .Modern Epistles of .Monsieur De Bulzac. carefully translated out of French. Being the Fourth and Last Volume Oxford, Printed Leonard Lichfield for Francis Bowman, MOCXXX1X." Prof. William 11. Boyle was a speakassoer before the ciation of Salem, Sunday. Last week Professor Boyle visited the Kast and West high schools and the L. D. S. V. In Salt Lake City, and the Murray, Granite and Jordan high schools. Salt Lake county. On all sides he finds a friendly feeling for and Interest manifest in the B. Y. U. B. Y. U ic vavs-l6Sgt!- defined below. Your dollar II buys mere coal in the Spring KII The current Is known as the carrier-wav- e and Its function Is to radiate Into space In the form of waves and by Ita variation in amplitude carry with It the variation in the tone at the transmitting station. It Is the tiequency of the carrier-wavs that detsnaises ha on which a radiophone station is transmitted. By eiperlment It has been c waves found that travel at the same velocity that HgM waves travel, that U, 180,000 miles per Wave-lengt- h second. is the distance between any two similar points on two successive waves ; for example, the distance from crest, to crest of any two successive waves In the same direction, measured in meters, a unit of length equal approximately to one and yards. Converting 188,000 rollea to meters, the equivalent is 900,000,000 c meters. The length of an wave is equal then to 800,000,000 divided by the frequency. Suppose station was transmitting on a wavelength of 860 meter. The frequency would be approxiof the carrier-wav- e mately 835,000 cycles. Just as a violinist tunes his instrument, that Is, makes a certain string emit a note of higher or lower pitch, or, technically speaking, a sound wave of higher or lower frequency, by the tension on the string, so may the electrical constants of thi antenna circuit of a radiophone transmitter be changed in order to have of i the station emit a carrier-wav- e different frequency. If a tuning fork having a natural period corresponding to middle C be placed near a violinist who Is playing, the fork will vibrate when the musician plsys middle O, but all other times it will remain quiescent. This phenomenon of the tuning fork vlbflatlng whenever the musician plays the cor responding note on the rlolln is known as mechanical resonance. If a radio receiver be adjusted so that electrically Its natural period of vibration will be 839,000 cycles (360 meters wavelength) every time a station transmits on a wave-lengt- h of 300 meters, current will be set up in the receiver bj Parry Battery j Station Saved these Coal Dealers One Third -- "About a year ago we installed Arcola. Formerly wa used two large stoves which required constant attention aiic gave us poor service. Today we have uniform heat and the saving of fuel was a revelation to us. We are not using as much coal by Murphy $ McMullen, Coal Dealers, Dayton, Ohio. "THE ONE PRICE HOUSE" Phone 544. 3rd West and Center Sts. The New Furniture Store. Provo, Utah. ( West Center II Open 7:30. Close 7:30 1 Phone 730 213-21- Co. ell 5 l - jjj . one-third- At Boilers and Radiators for every heating need Amerjca 402 Seventeenth Street Denver, Colo. One-thir- d 3 of your coal 1! I ii. A tm electro-magneti- Telephone your Plumber or for an estimate; it costs nothing. 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Good Rice Attorney-at-La- Room 7, electro-magneti- y y w Knight Block, Provo, Ut Phone h 360-met- ORDER YOUR ARCOLA TODAY FROM THE FOLLOWING DEALERS: II. G. ULUMENTHAL CO. E. 0. MOE & CO. P. L. LARSEN PLUMBING & " DUCK LEY & HAWS HEATING CO. SAVE ABE W. TURNER electro-m- FREE y LIFE COMPANY District Agent L. T. Epperson Phone 307-- J. Provo, Utah. BANKERS Amateur Radio Operators Erecting Aerial on the Roof. field about the tips of the magnet and this same kind of a Meld propagates electrical resonance. Stations transother than c the force, except that mitting on any wave-lengt-h unlike the toy magnet, its power comes 360 meters will not cause a current off In the form of wavy motions. This to be set up in the receiver., The portion of a radio receiver that c force propagates raat which It changes the wave-lengtdio energy in all directions. Is electrically resonant , is called a The medium that transmits the waves Is the same me- tuner. Suppose that "A" station transof 200 meters dium that transmits light the ether. mits on a wave-lengtof 360 meThis medium is surnosed to fill all and "B" on a wave-lengt-h ters. the tuner By until the adjusting even fluids and that occupied by space, constants of the receiver make It elecsolids. Little Is known about Its propwave trically resonant to a erties. wave, either of the two In radio It Is more common to speak or a of wave length than frequency. The stations can be picked up, but both wave length of any wave motion Is the stations cannot be picked up simultadistance between any two successive neously. . This is the reason that more crests In the same direction. The than one transmitter can be operating wave length depends upon the fre- at one time and yet only one can be quency. If the frequency Is high the heard on a receiver without Interferwave length is short. On the other ence from the others. The other necessary part of a radio hand if the frequency is low the wave receiver is the detector. The function Is wave the long. Numerically length length is equal to the distance trav- of this portion of the receiver is to eled by the wave in one second divided utilize the small currents in the tuner by the frequency. Suppose, for ex- that are set up by a transmitting staample, that it were desired to know tion and make them audible through the medium of a telephone receiver. If c the wave length of an wave having a frequency of 835,000 the telephone receiver were connected c waves travel directly to the tuner the cycles. at the same speed as do light waves, current would not operate the diathat la, 186.000 miles per second. Di- phragm of the receiver and even If the viding the 186,000 by 835.000 the wave diaphragm were set In motion It would length would be .223 miles or 306 be too fast a motion to be picked up yards. In radio work It Is measured by the human ear. In a simple receiver the detector usLin meters. A meter Is equal to ap- nrnrlmntplv 11 varda. Onnvprtlnir SOB ually consists of two pieces of mineral In contact or a piece of mineral In conyards Into meters the wave length tact with a metallic spring. Either 1.1 be divided 360 396 or would by meters. This Is the wave length on combination Is known as a crystal dewhich KDKA operates. It also means tector. A detector of this type is nothc waves sent ing more than a rectifier ; that Is, when that the out from this station have a frequency an alternating current Is applied at the terminals the current fs allowed to of 835,000 cycles. flow only In one direction. ' FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES In a radiophone transmitter there How On Editor Uses Radio. are two requirements that must be The editor of a paper In an Isofulfilled. First, there muBt be a source of current, say, between lated town in the northwest Is using 15,000 and 1,500,000 cycles so con- the radio In a most Ingenious and efnected to an antenna and ground sys- fective way. An aamateur radio friend tem that energy In the form of electro- In a big city 50 miles away buys the magnetic waves will he radiated. Sec- latest editions of the city papers as soon as they are off the press, reads ond, there must be some method of current the best news Into his transmitter, and controlling this or modulating It so that the variation a typist In the country office copies the news as It comes In over the office rein the amplitude of tli current will be directly proportional ceiver. The editor, threugh this into the voice or music to be transmitted. genious plan, is always "First With the Latest" la bis home town. h IP Steam-fitt- BUSINESS and Professional - bill is worth saving; get an estimate on I IJ electro-magneti- Arcola today 1 ..f ." 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