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Our Record-breaking Crop

The Figure for 1912 Reaches Nine and a Half Billion Dollars

“The American Danger”

How Germany Views Our Automobile Industry

A Multi-cellular Tire

The Hamburg Elevated and Underground Railway

How Germany's Principal Seaport Has Provided for Local Passenger Traffic

The Latest Motors at the Paris Aero Show

Some of the Most Striking Exhibits Described

Drop Forging

Its Relation to the Bicycle and Automobile Industries

By Frank W. Trabold

The Auto-Truck for Coal Delivery

From Railway Car to Consumer

By Frank C. Perkins

Recent Development of the Locomotive—II

The Latest Stages in Its Evolution

By George R. Henderson

Diffusion of Education and Knowledge

Illiteracy and Literary Productiveness in Different Countries

By Arthur Macdonald

“ Life after Death ”

The Survival of Isolated Tissues

By R. Legendre

Enlarging the Agricultural Unit

By E. Davenport

Battery-Ringing Telephones

System Specially Adapted for Small Installations

War and the Survival of the Fittest—II

Does Physical Conflict Between the Nations Select the Highest Type?

By Robert M. Dickie

The Trend in automobile Construction

The Views of Automobile Engineers and Designers

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    January 11, 1913

    Think Outside the Gift Box