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 - TESLA'S WONDERFUL LIGHT The Incandescent Pales...
TESLA'S WONDERFUL LIGHT The Incandescent Pales Before Its Brilliant Glow, One Bnlb Makes n Room Bright as Day « Photographs Taken by It-Greater Things Promised Shortly. New 'York, May 22.—Nikola Tesla hag solved the problem which he set before himself many years ago, and which may, revolutionize the system of electrla lighting. It is, electrical experts say; the nearest perfect adaptation of tho great force ot nature to the use of man. In Tesla's laboratory, In Houston street, Is a bulb not more than three inches Iri length, which, when the current turns Into it, becomes -a bulb of light. W Ith It a very large room is so lighted that It is possible to read In any corner. Yet this is done without flues ie.\d attachments necessary in existing lights. rht rays are so strong th'ait the sharpest photographs maiy be taken by them. No new dynamo is required to produca the current. There is no danger .ol harmful shock In Its use.

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  1. The Pomeroy Herald,
  2. 28 May 1896, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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