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The Scarcity of Capital

Mine Fires and their Prevention

By Herbert M. Wilson

The Formation and Structure of the German Potash Beds

Deposits of High Economic Value and Peculiar Geological Interest

By H. Boeke

Compound Locomotives and Superheat

Modern Shoe Polishes and Dressings

By J. T. Donald

Harvesting Tan Bark

And the Problem of Meeting the Demand in the Future

By Samuel J. Record

The Manufacture of Carbon Disulphide

Advantages of the Electric Furnace

By Edward R. Taylor

Occupational Fatigue

To Raise a Draftsman's Protractor

Fuel for Oil Engines

Qualities Required

The Humanitarian Side of war

Red Cross Sanitary Equipment for the Field

By W. J. Murray

Tables of Cubes

Proposed American Engineering Association

The Sanitary Sleeping Car

To the Editor of the Scientific American Supplement:

The Scientific American Supplement Index for Vol. 75

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June 28, 1913

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