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  • Cowles, Bertha
    Introduction: During the last ten or fifteen years great progress has been made in all lines of scientific investigation. Especially has this true regarding the science of the nutrition of the body, both animal and human. ...
  • Hall, Mary Elizabeth Longfellow
    Introduction: In medical practice of recent years physicians are realizing more and more the truth of the statement that the health of the patient depends upon the food taken into the body. Let us consider for a moment ...
  • Criss, Ella
    Introduction: The correct feeding of persons in perfect health is of very great importance, but when disease takes possession of the body then the food consumed becomes a question of supreme importance. It is said by learned ...
  • Smith, Marjory C.
    Introduction: Thought the use of nuts not only in this country but in foreign countries has attained considerable proporitions, if a careful study of their food qualities were made it would lead to their largely increased ...
  • Forsyth, Hattie L.
    Introduction: As civilization advances, and the composition, and cookery of vegetables are known, there is a larger amount of them used in our daily food. The potato, now so widely used, and forming a part of our daily ...
  • Cole, Amy
    Introduction: Material from Statutes of United States of America. First and second sessions 1901 - 1903. Passed at the first session, which was begun and held at the City of Washington in the District of Columbia, on Monday, ...
  • Roberts, William Harry
    Introduction: The time for taking food, the selection, preparation, and proper distribution of it in appropriate meals are questions of considerable importance, notwithstanding the fact that they have ever been influenced ...
  • Voiles, Alberta Suena
    Introduction: The Diplomatic Relations of Cuba and the United States. In the beginning of our study concerning the relations of Cuba and the United States, let us first take a brief review of the relations of Spain and the ...
  • Oman, Harry G. F.
    Introduction: It has been said that nine farmers out of every ten treat their live-stock exactly as they treat themselves; that is to say when they feel out of sorts they take a dose of physic and if that does not help ...
  • Montgomery, Joseph Shaw
    Introduction: Every successful breeder realized the importance of keeping his live stock free from disease. Whether a breeder is a success or a failure depends largely upon whether he is giving his stock constant care, ...
  • Bates, Frank Dorin
    Introduction: How often in recent years do our morning papers reveal such headings as; " Negro Fiend Lynched,"" Body Filled with Bullets," " Crowd Fights for Pieces of his Clothes". Such an announcement should lead every ...
  • Thompson, Charles Henry
    Introduction: My object in presenting this compilation and original research on a subject of so great importance to the agricultural and horticultural waves of today is not to give a full knowledge of the innumerable ...
  • Brown, Frank E.; Wilson, Edgar M.
    Introduction: Telephone lines were first built with only one wire, the earth being used as a return circuit. It was soon found that the telephone receiver was so sensitive to electrical disturbances of all kinds that lines ...
  • Stingley, Caroline Scott
    Introduction: Whenever for a while our thoughts turn upon self, what we are doing, and what we might do, we come to realize the fact that we are not doing as much as we might; that we have a tendency to indifference, to ...
  • Poston, Adeline
    Introduction: The terms manual and industrial training in general mean the training of head, eye and hand in order that the individual may work quickly and intelligently with the least loss of energy and at the same time ...
  • Spohr, Wilhelmina
    Introduction: “What then does cooking mean? It means the knowledge of Circe and of Media and of Calypse and of Helen and of the Queen of Sheba. It means a knowledge of all herbs, fruits, balms, spices and all that is healing ...
  • Finlayson, Elizabeth
    Introduction: Manual training originated in Europe many years ago. It was used first as a means of developing industrial skill. The men who secured this training were thus enabled to enter the factories and advance the ...
  • Berkey, Charlotte Almira
    Introduction: In all achievements we have our ideals. We try to bend every effort toward making that ideal complete. While broad culture is a beautiful thing, it is those who put their whole life into one subject, one ...
  • Barnhisel, Clara Florence
    Introduction: Where ever a large number of people are found, making their home in close proximity to one another, a great amount of water is necessary and a supply of a sufficient quality and quantity becomes a sanitary ...
  • Davis, Guy R.
    Introduction: Every modern agriculturist of today should have a fairly accurate knowledge of the draft required for pulling the different implements on the farm under varying conditions. That this question should be seriously ...

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