Electrical World and Engineer, August 5, 1905, page 212:
THE MURGAS WIRELESS SYSTEM which was described recently in these pages, was tested satisfactorily last week between Wilkesbarre and Scranton, Pa. The tests were conducted by Father Murgas, Joseph F. Stokes and Ferdinand Muckley, of Philadelphia, who are backing him, by Mr. E. W. Stevenson, the electrical expert, and some expert telegraphers. The test was between the station in Wilkesbarre and the one in Scranton, and the first message sent over the wire was "Thank God for His blessings." Other messages were sent. Father Murgas receives a lump sum for his patent and also gets royalties.