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A Destroyer of Destroyers, The Interstate Commeree Commission and Safety on Railroads and more

The Biggest Flying Machine in the World

The Remarkable Biplane of Sikorsky

Constructing a Building Upside Down

A Seven-story Building Suspended Over a Twelve-story Structure

Night Attacks in Modern Warfare

Shells That Illuminate the Enemy

By H. Bannerman-Phillips

Interesting British Locomotive Development, Ocean-going Submarines and more

By Our English Correspondent

Mechanical Baseball Bulletin Boards

Reproducing Hits and Plays in Miniature

Rapid Telephotography, The Food and Drugs Act Guaranty Label

By Robert Grimshaw

Electrified Chickens--Electricity as a Growth Stimulator, A New Language-teaching Phonograph and more

By the English Correspondent of the Scientific American

A New Bookbinding Device

Progress in Landing Zeppelins, Removing the "Shine" from Woolen Garmentsm, and more

By Carl Dienstbach

The Industrial Need of Technically Trained Men--VIII

The Possibilities of Railroad Engineering

By A. W. Johnston


  • Letters

    Correspondence - October 11, 1913

  • Departments

    Recently Patented Inventions - October 11, 1913

  • Notes and Queries - October 11, 1913

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