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The Military Carrier Pigeon Photographer, War will not Halt the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, and more

The Horning Pigeon in the Army; Battleship versus Submarine; Scientific Men and Conscription; The "California" Class of Battleship

Laying the Aqueduct Siphon Across the Narrows to Staten Island

New Method of Making Flexible Yet Water-tight Joints

Flowers Photographed with Invisible Light

High Reflecting Power for Ultraviolet Rays of Certain Yellow Blossoms

By F. Tristan and G. Michaud

Our Merchant Marine, Past, Present and Future

By Winthrop L. Marvin

Sewing Broken Bones with Bone Pegs

By Leonard Keene Hirshberg

The War in Europe

Letter from the Military Expert of the Scientific American, October 1, 1914

A Final (?) Word on the Benzoate of Sodium Controversy, Foreign Students at American Colleges and Universities, and more

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