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Nauen--Germany's Wireless Voice, Manufacturer's Tools in Japan and more

Ironing Out a River Bottom

A Pneumatic Caisson Contract That Brought Up Some Unusual Problems.

By J. F. Springer

Some Industrial Uses of the Potato

Process Familiar to Europe, But with Which Uncle Sam is Not on Speaking Terms

By J. Paul Heritage

The Modern Terminal

Where the Conveyor Belt Conspires with the Automatic Elevator to Reduce Handling Costs and Save Time

The World of Neglected Dimensions

How Sub-Microscopic Colloids Are Assisting the World of Industry

By K. Knipe

Christmas Made in America

How the Tree Ornaments for Which We Have Always Depended on Germany Are Now Produced Here

Electrically-Heated Steam-Boilers, A Continuous Rail at Cross-Overs and more

World Markets for American Manufactures

By Lynn W. Meekins

Salvaging of Metal on Battle Field, Agricultural Reconstruction in France

Latest Patent Decisions

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October 18, 1919

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