Chicago: Published by P.F. Volland Company, 1918.
Small octavo (19 x 13 cm.), 127 pages. Index. Stated Wartime Edition, evident Second Edition, expanded significantly from the 1907 original published by the Rogerson Press. This new edition was a response to the demands of the First World War, in particular, the national need to save wheat. Hiller was "formerly Principal of the Chicago Domestic Science Training School". Some light pencil annotations to a few pages. In publisher's tan cloth, decorated and titled in gilt and red. Generally very good. Scarce in the marketplace. [OCLC locates thirty-one copies (and only one of the 1907 first edition)].