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Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 06, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Image 11

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AFTER
7 YEARS
strapq
I Vas Cured by Lydl'aE Pink,
ham's Vegetable Compound
WnurlUn, Okl.i. "I had female trou
llust for uveti years. aa all rundown,
and so nervous 1
coma not do any.
tiling. Tlio doctors
treated me for dlf.
frrent things but
did me no good. I
got bo had that I
could not sleep day
or night. While In
this condition I read
of Lydla K. l'infc.
ham's Vegetable
Compound, and
beran ita nsn and
w roto to Mrs. Pinkliam for advice. In
n Nhort tlmo I had gained my average
ni-iHiiiiiuu uiu iiiiw siring aim wen."
Jlrs. Halt.ii; St.v.nsi, h. F.D., Xo.
S, Uox 31, Waurika, Okla.
Another Grateful Woman.-
Huntington, Mass. "I w as In a ner.
voiis, run down condition and for three
years could Hud no help. .
"I owe my present good health to
Lydla 11 Finkham's Vegetable Com
jHdind mid Wood l'uriller which I be.
Iluo rtfvrd my life.
"My doctor knows what helped me
and does not say ono word against It."
Mrs. Maui Janktte Bates, Box
li)4, Huntington, Mass.
Because your case is a difficult one,
doctors having done you no good, do
not continue to suffer without giving
l.yrila K. riukham's Vegetable Com.
pound a trial. It surely has cured
many cases of female ills, such as in.
Humiliation, ulceration, displacements,
lihruiil tumors, irregularities, eriodlo
mil, a, luckache, that bearing-down
fool lug, uud nervous prostration.
TRADE EXPERT SEES BETTER 'HOW A TROLLEY
ulS, MM iii lC.
CAR IS HI N
OUTLOOK FOR BUSINESS SEASON
Henry Clows' weekly commercial situation Is tlie continued exrianitlo'i
letter, referring to tho outlook, In of our export trade. In Soitember our
more optimistic than usual and a SR''" f'!?"m(?,,5,,e,,1l0 M-':
.mini roseate color to business general- I'0"0' 'h J"?"38.1, Ju ?Snn"iSw. T.I
1- is seen In splto of Home drawbacks. ,,' a.nlm f? iJ V ' ii i
The letter mus" excess of this tlmo last venr. Till
"A moderate dcKree 6f Imnrovement L"0.'.""6. " .ex'.rt" wn" fortunntely
has taken place In the financial mar- ""' '""' , n""ertcn S?"aV J:
ketr. which should-make further pro- J?,' nf ,i it, t ' . " i
re. If nothing unfavorable Inter- ,"" ". iV!T J' ?"' y.! Tl
S vallc" ? preS fi Ihe abnor- ?' 1re,Mrn?l,ir nvS"f aro ?,no riT!' aml ""n "?' """l 'V'"'
uinl plethora and ease of money. This Bure ,,e Kratlfjlnsi. This creation notch to notch up to the last point.
Is usually a period of approaching '? I"?,?, ".'"YJ " "rp '"." '" tho ' - vlilcli Is usually tho ninth notch. But
This Is to tell bovs and Rlrls how a
trolley car Is run and what Is Inutile
the nisterlons box with tho brass
crank on top. We have seen the tnn-
tnminri mmn Ihn prnnk hnliiltn n
potch to start the car and then In mi
Instant another notch a llltlo later
another and another. If he nnnts liN
car to make Its best time he quickly
passes from the tilth to the jllh
lrllinm.v nwlllnr In rn .toman,!, nn.l ,raI YeK"1 OI "wer J.riCeS MIU 1101
nMi.,ii i .-.! r.,iin.. i ik. i.t. Brought our foreign trade back to.
Hi-ports that the Bcven thousand
patrolmen of the Now York police do
pnitmont were subscribing $15 each
to u fund for use In buying legisla
tion providing higher pay for tho
forte, li.ivo been In circulation for
sewral days.
t m
A granite shaft to jierpctuato the
memory of Confederate soldiers and
sailors who aro burled In the Pitta
field National Cemetery, Philadelphia,
was unveiled with appropriate ceremonies.
n good mortonnan runs his car on the
drill or the last notch, nccm-dlng tot
whether he wants half speed or full'
enabling us to recall our loans the;-. Men, and never lets mo nnnnioilwcu
whenever necessary. n the other notches inuio than n
'Tlif.ru la nnn nthAc il,i.inr Mw ncennflH. If there Ih Rome real
&."$ nacSn,aeh; jxrde nwhd,c!hsBthr'Vhno1 - over'!r S" ", ,ry T ??.""' ,pwd;
iu. .. .i. .. i.i looked, and that Ih tho mora reflfuin- ho will en half mwod. If hi mnv tint
dltlons aro generally sound cannot but .e,a"lt"1de,1"f our,l",l,",,,rlBl le2'1 nin nt nalf ",ec,! ho wl" Ue ",0
car a siari ny using ine Becond or
?" J '"." r'rj ,."."' i""'a. normal position, thus further strcneli-
. .-.,,,. cuu.ch ,umi , nxumu- lh.Bln.tni.rl... ......til l..n.l ....!
mo, hence our anility to lend many "J,,?V:"V;i .... ":.'.."
millions abroad, when, under oidlu
nry conditions, we should bo consld
crlng gold imports Instead of gold ex
ports. Such an unusual condition li
tho money market when banking con-
!., o .,.. .,,..11.. irt., " lowuru ine mauaaie 01 ine ail'
"To the ordinary buJor stocks look ZZ "? '"s- T 'eS 1KC,,,le,mn a
cheap when the returns on high grade now0 , nkln a "'"i,,0' ,h6, " "
securities aro compared with current "a"m ' ,Th coimlie hat ohedl
rates for money; and with tho psr- '?,,honllaw..""lC.rntlVe- J"0.1'
tlal revival of confidence that has al- "" "'"L , ..r" i,ro.)e.rly '"
ready taken place there has been 1 B m iLlf .1 T " 'f ,er.,on
some Improvement In the Investment 1 f ft'" "ff"' ,hat, t,,e Jtorat,0!l
..i,. ii. ui. ...... ,i.i.. i of the competitlvo basis anil the check
tho greater activity of bonds. There i .JJ?",0'!01 '"' 'epower which has re
aro Indications that the bond market 'en"y toc1na,p,,lei,wl,,1 "ll.c0 tl,?ml"
Is receiving stronger support from a ,",V'ch , S n.,U"(IS tov,ani lho.
banking interests who wish to have K'b",c.a.'l.ilaV ,,.heP frm. ma,Yy of
tho market In better conditions Tor ,h '"f'"1 lvo eM which have
r..n i-.., !.... t, .fci.t , "een so disturbing In the past. In
bo forgotten that municipalities have I",,," !5S!l""lJ:2fl'..?, "l.!
been walling for favorab o opportun i" "., ,' """"' " ; no in
ties to make new loans and that our S!"!"1,,?, e0 ?" "ne,r- , I1"11,,
railroads aro still In need of large "'1 ,1 " In dividends will he
sums. Our Eastern trunk linos have !? "W "B ml,,,t h dll"
....i.. ... i ..n... . ..v.. t at any time from trade reactions, nmt
rTXnmZZZXu "J""?-' W than tl,at
Ihrrmc whicrUcMca.iytt XShS?T2i ir "'-ys about the same-,00 .o.t,
tS . i'II . .!- pr "-""'. -"I hare of the country's business nnon voU bol"B n measure of clertrlcal
third notch nnd then quickly shut off
the power entirely, letting the car
const" along by Itself slnnly until
nnother Impulse Is needed Hut you
never see a good motorman run for
any length of tlmo with the control
ler on thesa Intermediate notches.
Why?
You will understand this better
when you know what the controller
Ir designed to do. Its function Is to
control the amount of electricity sup
plied to the two motors uinlor the car
t.0 as to coutrolithe speed of the ear
Itself. This It does by regulating the
amount of electrical "pressure" ap
plied to the motors. Tho greater tho
pressure applied , to tho motor the
higher -the speed.
The pressure In the trolley wire It
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bloa every ten years. Many of our
o reusonnhlo prnfltablo basis, Our
Army officials hope by tho first of
the j ear that nil members of that
ten Ice nro Immune from typhoid
feer. This will be accomplished
through typhoid prophylactic. '
layor Shank of IndlanapollB con
tinues his war on the alleged potato
I nut. although he may "have to send
IIm hundred miles to get his supplies
for tlio local market.
Western roads arc vastly more defl- SE'.lBZ ZZ?
lint omenta than eastern roads, and hl lC'wlv ex,OHed to opular
miring tho next few years enormous wini '.Wn Vnl f ,1."S ''I1?'
outlaws will bo necossarv to meet ba w"'even,ua.1 ' l" beneficial
these Imperative demands. For near- ",..'! "10 Blw,lty of 81:h Invest
moats."
ly six months the railroads have been,
practically out of the market as bor-
rowers. Improvements have been' The French Minister of Marine Is-
curtailed and rigid economy enforced ""ed orders that hereafter no powder
owing to the frequent shrinkage In shall bo kept aboard warships over
traffic and a heavy Increase in ex- four years. The order Is the result
iwnses arising from higher wages. In of an Investigation of the explosion
some cases economy Iish been carried on the battleship Liberie at Toulon
m u HJiui ui mai vukiuu, uuu wiu ruin
lug of funds to carry on needed Im
provement win soon ue a matter oi count Wolff-Metternlch nenliew of
n-.i -..ii-.ii.,- i... tk. .-ii-.i. urltaln, whoso wife recently com
for new capital, whether. In the form mlU.?,, ""'"-We. was found guilty ut
of bonds or Short-term note, remains, ""'" ' outaining goods under false
'-msrkeflH In! i"" "" semenceu xo nine
a few weeks ago.
h
ta.be.BesrCThe money:
good position to finance such move
ments, provided the terms are satis
factory to Investors who are likely to
insist upon good returns.
months In Jail.
Owen Wlster, the author, says the
rumors of his Ill-health are un
"Another satisfactory feature In thufounded.
pressure just as a pound is n mea
sure of water pressure. Now, since
the trolley has n definite constant
pressure, and tho pressure mi tho mo
tor must bo varied to chinge tho
tpeed, a way must bo found to choke
down the trolley, wire pressure so as
to bring only port of It to tho motors
ami this Is what the controller Is
for.
In tho controller Is a row of "fin
gers" arranged on one fide (mm top
to bottom of the 'pox. Attached to tlio
motornmn's crank-handlo Is a c Un
der or "drum" with projections on 1(
bo arranged that when the motormin
turns tho handle? theso projections
come In contact with the fingers ono
after another in a certain, definite or
der. Hut until he turns It there Is a
space betwcentttfrirnEers "nd"th'o
projections on tho drum. A wire runs
from the trolley pole to' two of tho
fingers and carries to, thorn tho trol
ley pressure of 500 volts.
When the motorman turns his
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Another dash of the Empire's fampus
Bill of Attractions
POSITIVELY d
LAST TWO NIGHTS
Lucia
Lottie Collins
1 all 1il '
' 8,1ii
The Idol of the London Johnnies
The card at the famous Empire Music
Hall . v
The Pet of Hawaii
On Monday and Tuesday Evenings she will give
imitations of her famous mother,
The Great Lottie Collins
As
"The Little Widow"
i i
George Eldridge - Popular Songs
New Pictures and New Attractions Weekly
Bijqii Theater
Here is the greatest demonstration of the power
of one mind over another. Thoughts pulled
from the brain cells of the audience like easy
money. . f
VEOLETTE and OLDS
I U
Nothing like it seen here since the visit of the
late Washington Irvine Bishop. The Greatest
Mind-Reading Act on the stage. No con. game
just pure scientific fact.
Everybody's Favorite
No let up in the enthusiasm with which "this
young lady is greeted nightly.
New Songs. Melodies from the Old South
Great Attractions at the
Saturday Matinee
4 M '
hnmllc to the first notch, ho mo.es
tlio drum mi that two projections on
It touch these two fliiKors and. at tho
aiiio time, nnother projection touch
es another fluwr of tho row further
down. In other nonls It hrhlKes tho
spuco between this tup pair of llu
sers ami the other flimer, ami al
lows the electricity to pass across
ihu Rnp, for tho drum Is nude of me
tal and tlio current ran flow llmmuli
It ery readily. From this ihiIhi a
wire curries tho current to the mo
tors, first, however, passing through
it scries of "resistance))," which choVso
down, or cut off part of tho pressure.
Tho current then flows under dlinln-
'shed pressure from tho Inst leslst-
nurn grid to one motor nnd from that
to the other motor. Ho each motor
Kcts only half the pressure remain
Iiik alter the resistance ttriils have
cut It down ami the car, therefore,
starts (semly nnd slowly.
Tho next notch on tho controller
bridge between tho upper pair of
HiiKcrs nml still nnother one lower
down. This second mine cuts oiu
part of the resistances and allows tho
mo'ors to have a little more pres
sure and develop a little more speed
The third notch cuts out u llttlo mire
tho fourth still more, nnd ttic fifth
cuts out the last of It. There Is iihw
a hrlilgo to the fifth of the lower tin
f.ers and the current from tho trol
ley passes dlreetly with undiminish
ed pressure to tho two motors, ineh
of whlchhaajialr of tho j)rcssure; or
4uu viiiih, pin upon ii, hiiiuu uiuy mi
"in series," the current passing from
one to the other. On this notch they
will therefore run about half speed
iii,l iki current Is being wasted In the
icslstnnce grids.
If It Is desired to run fnster tho
full tiolley pressure cm be put ill
icctly nnosB each motor by Itself,
when It will develop full power nn.l
rim full speed. Hut this Is too great
tt change to ninko directly. The car
would Jump violently if full pressure
were to lie thrown on in one move.
U Is therefore necessary to use tho
resistances again to mako tho steps
nioiu gradual. Tho tdxtli notch, then
kuhW tho current through nil tho re
iilstanccs, again cutting down the.
pressure so that what remains can
be put dlnctly upon each motor by
itself Instead of tho two In scries.
Tilts is done by tho controller send
ing tho current over a divided path
over two parallel wires to each motor
which thereby gets tho full pressure
less what has been taken off by tho
resistances. Theso nro then cut out
atop by step ns before till on the Inst
notch the full BOO volts of tho trolley
nro impressed on each motor and tho
car comes to full spooil no current nt
nil passing through tho resistance.-.
Tills Is called running "In parallel"
allien the current hns two parallel
paths, flowing, ns it docs, through tho
two motors nt once.
The reason, therefore, tho motoi
man docs not run on nny hut tho
two positions where the resistances
have been switched out Is becattso
Iherq Is a waste of power Just in pro
portion to the amount tho pressure Is
cut down. Tlio K)uer wasted Is
thrown away ns heat. The grids 1k-
come very hot even whon tho motor
man Is careful to keep them In uso ns
little as possible. If he should keep
on running on tlio notches where the
rcslstnnco Is used tho grids would gel
red hot nnd bo likely to melt or hum
up. You can see theso resistance
grids, by tho way, under almost any
car. Tliey nre liutig fnim under tho
car floor mid nro usunll In plain sight
right nt the edge of tho enr iihoul
half way between tho platforms.
Watch the Newspapers for Announcement
of New Stunts to Come
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