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Splitting Hairs With Close-Limit Tools, Shifting Lines, and more

By Alfred Longville

Turning the Skoda Works from Swords to Plowshares

How the Austrian Krupp's, Under Czecho-Slovak Auspices, Is Producing Munitions of Peace

By Arthur J. Herschmann and Carl Scheid

The Greatest of Floating Cranes

By Ralph Howard

Succeeding in Safety Engineering

The Man Who Makes Industry Safe for the Worker, and What He May Hope to Get Out of It

By Raymond Francis Yates

Names That Live in Our Language

Some of the Men Whose Exploits Are Commemorated by Nouns and Adjectives

By D. Waterson

Water Pipes of Wood

The Surprising Permanence and Tightness of This Unusual Construction

By J. F. Springer

Checking Up the Gas Meter

How New York's Consumers Are Assured That They Get What They Pay For and No More

By William R. Andrews

America's Bid for the Gordon Bennett Cup

By Austin C. Lescarboura

A Queer Visitor in the Garden

By Hamilton M. Laing

Malaria Control


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