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  • Uhl, Frank Edwin
    Introduction: The voters of this country are steadily becoming better acquainted with economic problems. The study of them is becoming more common in our schools. This discussion in public is fairer than formerly; and ...
  • Lill, Percy E.
    Introduction: The careful student of history cannot fail to notice the tendency, quite common among historians, to overestimate the influence of great men in shaping the destinies of nations. They make the story of national ...
  • Evans, William K
    Introduction:The last fifteen years in Western Kansas has been a period of great change, and the stockmen and feeders have been confronted with the question of economical beef production. This has been due to the increase ...
  • Adams, Joshua William
    Introduction: In preparing this paper it is not our intention to make it an encyclopedia of general information on the subject of economic entomology, nor do we expect to give an exhaustive discussion of any particular ...
  • Engle, Anna
    Introduction: It is the diligent in earthly and heavenly work to whom is given the promise, “Be thou faithful over a few things, and I will make thee ruler over many things.” Every true housekeeper, as she remembers amid ...
  • Corbett, Florence Ruth
    Introduction: In these days we read that the whole civilized world is going “crazy” over cooking and things pertaining to the Kitchen; and, we find those everywhere who protest against this apparent extreme to which we ...
  • Paddock, Kate
    Introduction: Nothing is more astonishing than what can be done by one person, yet how few compared with the many around us ever accomplish any thing at all. We need not restrict this to the building of some great city, ...
  • Robertson, T.M.
    Introduction: With each succeeding re-occurrence of a Presidential campaign arises the question of qualification for voters. Especially since the last campaign, has the general movement toward securing a more intelligent ...
  • Bessie Sarah Bourne
    Introduction: Man is influenced by his environments. He lives for himself in no respect. Material and social surroundings affect his ell being, developing the gifts bestowed upon him by nature either for good or for evil. ...
  • Failyer, Lois
    Introduction: Education was formerly considered in a narrow sense, as it was thought of as only brain culture, and that the mind depended entirely upon the cultivation of the brain as if it were a distinct and independent ...
  • Moore, Mrs. Elda Lenore
    Introduction: One of the great facts of our time, is the advancement which is being made in the education of women, It is a bold, forward movement, full of importance, and one that should attract the attention of every ...
  • Kinsley, Albert Thomas
    Introduction: The writer is not the originator of this subject but one among the many that have written about it, and one among the few, according to records, that have carried n experiments as proof of stated views. The ...
  • Arbuthnot, William Sherman
    Introduction: Although, the tropical regions were inhabited at a very early date, it is evident that the advance of civilization in this climate has scarcely been perceptible. In early times much more than of late the abode ...
  • Carlson, Torje S.; Stoddard, Albert D.; Dow, Jay L.
    Introduction: The dynamo tested is a 1.5 K.W. machine generating 115 volts at a speed of 1850 R.P.M. and is short shunt compound wound. It is constructed so as to require little care, having self oiling ring bearings and ...
  • Biddison, P. McDonald; Pittman, Tom Lawrence; Thomas, Henry
    Introduction: Revolving Field Alternator. No. 62299 Type A.T.B. Form D. Class 12 - 150 - 600 33 Amperes. Volts No load 2030 - Full load 2300. The above machine is installed in the Manhattan Ice, Light, and Power Company's ...
  • Cowles, Alson J.; Claudius, Stewart
    Introduction: At the present day the high cost of copper makes it imperative that the line construction for the transmission of power should be such as to require a minimum amount of copper. This condition is obtained by ...
  • Conwell, Hermon H.; Kahl, Grover Cleveland; Lindsey, Fred R.; Stauffer, Maurice I.
    Introduction: An alternator is a machine, having a field and an armature, which generates an alternating current. The field may be either stationary or revolving, though usually of the revolving type. Nearly all the ...
  • Carnahan, August Belmont; Barnard, Asa William; Thompson, Roger S.
    Introduction: Purpose: The purpose of the following is to set forth the mechanical efficiency of the Avery traction engine No. 2116, running as a stationary engine and as a traction engine; to determine the evaporative ...
  • Turnbull, William; Terrell, Wendell Phillips
    Introduction: The air compressor plant tested is a part of the equipment of the Mechanical Engineering Laboratory at the Kansas State Agricultural College. It consists of a vertical steam engine, an air compressor, an air ...
  • Stauffer, Arthur S.; Matthews, Vernon; Blair, Otis Neel
    Introduction: This is a horizontal, ten horse power engine of the usual four cycle type, ignition taking place every fourth stroke and the speed being governed by cutting out charges of gasoline, (commonly called the “hit ...

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