Realm of Science November 20th 1913
Rigge, William F., S.J.
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First Paragraph: Wireless telegraphy possesses a peculiar charm of its own. To be able to send and receive messages without any apparent medium of communication, seems intensely marvelous. Even if one has become accustomed to read in the papers of the ships saved in distress and of the great distances to which signals can be sent, he cannot fail to experience a certain feeling of awe when for the first time he personally hears a message that is flashed to him from a thousand miles away.