Telephone Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine ..., 24. köide

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Fred B. De Land, John C. McMynn, Frederic Auten Combs Perrine, Carl E. Kammeyer
Telephone Magazine Publishing Company, 1904
Vols. 1-2 include a "Syntopical index to current electrical literature".

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Page 20 - In battle or business, whatever the game, In law or in love, it is ever the same ; In the struggle for power, or the scramble for pelf, Let this be your motto, — Rely on yourself!
Page 153 - York. $2.00. In presenting the new edition of this work, the publishers announce that the book has been thoroughly revised, and in large part rewritten. There is a vast amount of useful information packed into its 644 pages, and it is so well arranged and so clearly stated that the reader cannot fail to find and comprehend the information given. The general principles of automobile construction and operation, including steering devices, undcrframes, wheels, tires, bearings, lubricators are included...
Page 153 - The general principles of automo: bile construction and operation, including steering devices, underframes, wheels, tires, bearings, and lubricators are included in the opening chapters. Then follows an exhaustive account of the theory, construction and operation of gas engines, occupying over 100 pages. Several typical engines are taken up and discussed separately, and their properties, as regards balance, speed and power, are discussed in the light of fundamental principles. The explanations of...
Page 101 - ... (20) words to be more than forty (40) cents, nor on an additional word more than two (2) cents. The rate between all points in any State, Territory, or the District of Columbia shall be twenty (20) cents for twenty (20...
Page 19 - but that depends upon what you want to make of yourself. When God wants to make an oak, he takes one hundred years, but when he wants to make a squash he takes six months.
Page 19 - A pan of water and two thermometers were the tools by which Dr. Black discovered latent heat; and a prism, a lens, and a sheet of pasteboard enabled Newton to unfold the composition of light and the origin of colors.
Page 92 - ... bread and butter, and coffee, tea, cocoa or milk ; or, descending the expense scale another notch, for eleven cents one may have meat pie or an entree, and tea, coffee, cocoa or milk. The more economical may bring their lunch from home and eat in the restaurant, supplementing from the lunch-counter bill of fare, or not, as they choose. In view of these facts, it is gratifying to be able to report that the club has arrived at a point where, after all expenses, including renewals and repairs, have...
Page 20 - ... foreign savant once called upon Dr. Wollaston, and requested to be shown over his laboratories in which science had been enriched by so many important discoveries, when the doctor took him into a little study, and, pointing to an old tea-tray on the table, containing a few watchglasses, test papers, a small balance, and a blowpipe, said, " There is all the laboratory that I have ! " Stothard learnt the art of combining colours by closely studying butterflies' wings: he would often say that no...
Page 90 - ... intense, concentrated light is necessary, as in handling some of the microscopically minute parts of the instruments, the operator is provided with a conveniently adjustable and properly shaded incandescent lamp. Sanitation. In designing the plant, aside from the general adaptation of the buildings to their specific work, the prime purposes of the company were to create an attractive environment, and the best possible sanitary conditions. Drinking Water. Drinking water of excellent quality and...
Page 89 - The basic idea of this social experiment, however, was the conviction of the head of the concern that the weightiest question confronting the twentieth century is the relation between capital and labor; that there must be a drawing together, or a still further pulling apart; that harmonious relations, community of interest, must be established; otherwise there must come between employer and employe a conflict more potential of disaster and destruction than any war this world has yet witnessed, and...

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