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Dredging Out the Culebra Slide, A New Source of Paper Pulp, and more

X-Ray Photographs of Microscopic Objects

How They Are Made by the Goby Method

By By the Paris Correspondent of the Scientific American

A Wind Shield For Bicyclists, The Renewed Siege of the Atlantic, A Modern Battle-Practice Target, and more

The Soot-and-Dust-fall of English Towns and Cities; 200 to 2,000 Tons per Square Mile per Annum

How it is to be Measured

By John B. C. Kershaw

Radium in Cancer

Its Scope of Usefulness and Its Limitations

By Worthington Seaton Russell

Going Through the Shops-III

The Associate Editor of the Scientific American Witnesses Some of the Methods Used in Obtaining Extreme Accuracyin High Grade Motor Cars

By A. Russell Bond

Farm for Jungle Folk

Feeding the Animals of a Zoo and What it Means

The Cleaning of Scientific Instruments Composed of Glass

By Albert B. Owens

The Industrial Need of Technically Trained Men-IX

The Possibilities in Iron and Steel Making

By S. T. Wellman

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January 17, 1914

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