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The Art of Being Interviewed, Safeguarding our Military Ideas, and more

The Government's Vast Building Program

Two Billion Dollars Worth of Construction Required for our Army

By W. A. Starrett

Is the Motor Car a Non-Essential?

How Conditions in the United States Differ from those in England

By A. Russell Bond

Tricks and Acrobatics of the Air Fighter

What a Pilot is Taught at the French Finishing School

Teaching the Worker to Feel the War

How the Men in the Shipyards are Responding to the Spur of Patriotism
By Dr. Charles A. Eaton, Head of the National Service Section of the United States Shipping Board

By Charles A. Eaton

"The Wasters"--and Fair Play

Some Comments on the Congressional Investigation of the Aircraft Program

By C. H. Claudy

The Cousin of the Cafeteria

A New Type of Self-Service Grocery Developing the Cash-and-Carry Plan

By A. G. Vestal

A Portable Gasoline Drag Saw

By Frank C. Perkins

Making Soaps and Munitions from the Garbage Pail, The Liberty Aero Oil Which Meets the Requirements of Aviation, and more

A Department Devoted to Pioneer Work in the Arts

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  • Letters

    Correspondence- September 7, 1918

  • Recommended

    New Books, Etc.- September 7, 1918

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    Inventions New and Interesting- September 7, 1918

  • Recently Patented Inventions- September 7, 1918

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