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Lightening the Diver's Load, Relation Between Solar Corona and Prominences, and more

Also includes an editorial on the post-war outlook for soldiers returning to the workforce.

Sub-Aqueous Mining of Anthracite Coal

How Pennsylvania is Cashing In the Waste of Previous Generations

By P. A. Roche

Scientific Sponging

One More Conquest for Intensive Industry Made by an Englishman in Florida

By Norton S. Roberts

A Week's Review of the War, January 19th, 1917

By Our Military Expert
Includes the Entente's reply to President Wilson's request for both sides to state terms for peace.

A Storehouse of Sleeping Energy

The Unique Chemical Advantage Which Acetylene Possesses Over Other Fuels

By J. M. Morehead

Economic Conditions in Germany--II

A Great National Bread Trust

By Albert K. Dawson

Paper Ribbon Films for Home Cinematography

By E. A. Dime

New Process for Manufacture of Artificial Milk, A Novel Periscope, and more

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January 27, 1917

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