and Quickest; Be Our Guest
As usual, the EVENING NEWS has arranged for the most complete and quickest returns on the evening of Election Day, and in connection with the flashing of returns the customary excellent moving picture show will be given.
Extras, with complete returns to the time of going to press, will be issued about 7 o'clock and shortly after 8 o'clock.
The moving picture show will include Mary Pickford in "How Could You?," Douglas Fairbanks in "Headin' South" and Fatty Arbuckle in "Fatty's Garage." In addition there will be the Pathe New picture of current and interesting world events.
The EVENING NEWS has also arranged to have the returns sent out by radio-telephone so that all points in Western New York where there are stations to receive messages will be put in touch instantly with the latest developments.
"In behalf of the Men's Brotherhood of the Presbyterian church of Lancaster, allow me to thank you for the complete election returns sent out by radio. They were heard by some 300 guests of the above organization by use of a Deforest audion and regenerative set, with four sets of phones and a loud speaker, operated by Winford Jones and Gerald DeFrees of Lancaster.Harry E. Frost, druggist, 249 Pine street, entertained his friends, among them Dr. Louis LaMantia, P. V. Mazuka, Frank Mendola and Charles Sciolino. He writes:
"You are to be congratulated upon the promptness of these returns as they beat out the Western Union service which was also installed in the church parlors."
"In regards to receiving the election returns by wireless telephone, I wish to say that we enjoyed it immensely. We sat around very comfortably smoking our cigars and commenting on the election, while every few minutes Mr. Klinck's voice would roar out the results as he received them. It was enjoyed immensely sitting in a nice warm room, while outside the elements were doing their worst."Mr. Frost's letter says that a two-step amplifier and a magnivox, with a large horn, were used in receiving the returns.