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The United States Railway System, An Oil-Cleaning Machine Based on the Milk Separator Principle

"The Freedom of the Seas", Academic Freedom Again and more

The Women Workers of Canada

Personal Experiences in a Canadian Rifle Factory

By Mary J. Huestis

New Light Upon Our Eyes

An Investigation Which May Result in Normal Vision for All, Without Glasses

By Mary Dudderidge

Strategic Moves of the War, January 3rd, 1918

By Our Military Expert

Cotton as a Food Plant

Congressional Action Needed To Give It the Place Which It Can Fill

from the article:
ON almost every public building in the United States
we find the slogan " Food Will Win the War;
Don't Waste it."
 

By Lehman Johnson

New York State Barge Canal

Completing a Great Waterway from the Lakes to the Atlantic

By D. B. La Du

World Markets for American Manufactures- January 12, 1918

By William W. Sniffin

The Phonograph in the Remote Districts of India

Departments

  • The Dye Problems of India, The Pink Ball Worm in Texas

  • Letters

    Correspondence- January 12, 1918

  • Recommended

    New Books, Etc.- January 12, 1918

  • Departments

    Inventions New and Interesting- January 12, 1918

  • Recently Patented Inventions- January 12, 1918

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January 12, 1918Cover Image: Building American Locomotives for war service in France.

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