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LITERATURE—(Concluded) The work has the unusual merit of being entirely original, not copied after any other. It is a product, not of one man, but of many men, each of long experience and recognized authority in his special line. It is concise, yet ample in the space devoted to each topic to insure adequate treatment; free from heavy technicalities and suited to the common understanding, yet broad enough to meet every probable need in the way of accurate and reliable instruction. It is conveniently arranged and indexed so as to make its information readily available ; and abounds in minor features of special value, such as hints on improved methods of doing work, and “short cuts” in the accomplishment of all kinds of tasks. It is profusely illustrated with original photographs and drawings, special care haying being taken to make the illustrations more than usually instructive in connection with the text. It is handsomely and substantially bound in red, in four 34morocco volumes of library size, giltstamped and with marbled edges. It is a most valuable addition to the bookshelf in any shop or home, and is a worthy companion to the other standard reference works published by the American Technical Society, which are recognized authorities along engineering and mechanical lines.
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A Western mule's tail was blown off by a recent blizzard. What became of the blizzard is not stated, but it is safe to presume that it had the wind kicked out of it.
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A LANE OF LIGHT. Mammoth Cunarder Mauretania making her way to sea at night from New York har bor, along new Ambrose
Channel, guided by light-buoys.
Mammoth Cunarder Mauretania making her way to sea
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O annihilate a quarter acknowledged before, but the time of the distance from was not ripe for immediate action. western Canada to Now, however, the recent industrial Liverpool, bring un- awakening of Canada and the great counted millions of influx of home-seekers to her vast acres in the wheat agricultural lands, have brought the mat
belt of the Provinces ter of transportation to a crisis. But a thousand miles nearer to market, and what is the key to the problem, and wlio cut in half the annual transportation cost will grasp the situation and secure the on fifty million bushels of grain—this is trade, are the questions industrial kings the tremendous opportunity waiting to- are asking themselves to-day, while the day for some commercial titan who will commercial world is alert, and watching cut in twain the North American con- with keen interest the coming titanic continent.
flict. Keen business men know that a revolu- James J. Hill thinks that he can contion in traffic routes through Canada is trol the situation from the "States" end bound to come. The freight now goes by building a road through Winnipeg through the Great Lakes and the St. and then north and west. Two CanLawrence River, to Montreal, New York, adians, Mackenzie and Vann of Toronand Boston, and from there to Europe to, believe that the road they are financ
-a long, devious, and expensive route, ing, the Canadian Northern, a belt line requiring considerable rehandling. That running between the Canadian Pacific there are much cheaper and quicker and the proposed route of the Grand ways of shipping from the Canadi- Trunk Pacific, will give them the upper an Northwest to Europe, has been hand in the fight for freight. But the Copyright, 1906, by The Technical World Company