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"693" in "691," To the Kaiser, and more

The ship "Kaiser Wilhelm II" in drydock in the U.S.
Editorial "To the Kaiser"
The War and British Industries
and more
 

By H. C. Hardy

Astronomy- September 8, 1917

Science- September 8, 1917

Electricity- September 8, 1917

The Multiple Arch Concrete Dam

A New Type of Construction Much Used in Western Hydro-Electric Work

Chemical Products from the Forests

By A. W. Schorger

Strategic Moves of the War, August 29th, 1917

By Our Military Expert

The Hair-Spring of the War

How the Council of National Defense Keeps the Wheels Running Smoothly

By C. H. Claudy

Ninety Per Cent of Water

What Its Elimination by Dehydration Means to the Farmer and the Housewife

Making Food from Fodder

By O. R. Geyer

Motor Car Emergencies

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September 08, 1917Cover Image: Sweeping out a captured dugout with a broom of fire (see page 179)

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