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The Vindication of the Battle-Cruiser

THIS ARTICLE with its illustrations was received from Mr. Ohas. B. Barnett whose letter of transmission says: " I am sending an article, just received from my son, Pte. M. K. Barnett, who is now
serving in France, together with two drawings which he has been able to make in a cellar there." Mr.
Barnett will be recognized as the contributor of several drawings of warships which have been published in the SCIENTIFIC AMEBICAN.--EDITOR.

The Ships of Our New Naval Program, Ozone as an Antiseptic, and more

The Ships of Our New Naval Program
International Scientific Relations After the War
Ozone as an Antiseptic
and more

Combining Graphite with Alloy in the Manufacture of Self-Lubricating Metal

By Raymond Francis Yates

Scientific Annihilation of the Tobacco Beetle

By Robert G. Skenett

Strategic Moves of the War, September 29th, 1916

By Our Military Expert

Binocular Vision

Some Remarks on the Mechanics and Psychology of Seeing

By Frederic Campbell

Armored Tractors in the European War

A New Weapon Which May Break up the Deadlock of Trench Warfare
[the article follows the earliest battle use of tanks, during offensives on the Somme in September 1916. The images are artists conceptions and bear little resemblance to the actual vehicles used]

American Red Cross Ambulance Service in France

Personal Experiences of a Volunteer at Verdun
By Neal Truslow

By Neal Truslow

What Plants are Responsible for Hay Fever

By William Scheppegrell

Industrial Preparedness for Peace

What the Bureau of Standards has Done for the Clay Industries

Government Experts Discourage American Drug Plant Farming

German Thymol Now Produced from American Horsemint

By L. William Thavis

A Serum for Typhus Fever, New Russian Export Regulations, and more

Motion Pictures and the Chinese Theatergoers

Conservation in the Manufacture of Coke, Hardening Tools for Cutting Castings Containing Chilled Spots, and more

Power from the Sun, Storm Warnings for Herders of Sheep, and more

Departments

  • Letters

    Correspondence- October 7, 1916

  • Recommended

    New Books, Etc.- October 7, 1916

  • Departments

    Inventions New and Interesting- October 7, 1916

  • Recently Patented Inventions- October 7, 1916

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October 07, 1916

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