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Phantom Ships, Measuring Impact Effects on Roads and more

American Lignite Coals

Canada Blazes the Way to Put Them on a Par with Anthracite

By Robert G. Skerrett

Recruits for the World's Biggest Fish Show

By James Anderson

What Happens to Ground Water and Why

By S. R. Winters

The Vest-Pocket Automobile

European Super-Flivvers that Are Designed to Get 75 Miles, or More, Out of a Gallon of Gas

Banking Electricity for Universal Use

Making Use of Water Storage and Transmission Lines for Providing Power at Low Costs

By Reginald A. Fessenden

A City Without Water

How Winnipeg Brought the Essential Fluid 100 Miles Across a Barren Plain

By J. F. Springer

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A Department Devoted to the Physical Problems of the Plant Executive

Dyspepsia After Six Months

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April 1921

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