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The Difficulties of Railroad Maintenance in Alaska, A National Calamity, and more

By Kirk McFarlin

Industrial Preparedness for Peace

VII. Cutting Costs in the Paper Mill

By Miner Chipman

Feeding a Pumpkin with a Sugar Solution

By S. Leonard Bastin

Strategic Moves of the War, May 12th, 1916

By Our Military Expert

How the United States Weather Bureau was Started

By Cleveland Abbe

The Size of Naval Guns

Are Twelve l4-Inch or Eight 17-Inch Guns to Be Preferred?

By Richmond K. Turner

Modernizing Mississippi River Transportation

The New Steel Barges Which Usher in the Revival of Traffic on the Great Inland Waterway

War Game—X

The Trenches— Use of Pick and Spade in Modern Warfare

By Guido von Horvath

A Pen that Permits of Writing with the Mouth

By Alfred Gradenwitz

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    Correspondence - May 20, 1916

  • The Motor-driven Commercial Vehicle

  • Recently Patented Inventions - May 20, 1916

  • New Books, Etc. - May 20, 1916

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May 20, 1916Cover Image: Screwing the fuze plug into the base of a large-caliber howitzer shell.

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