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Fighting a Great Flood . ....... M. A. Rose 640
To Save Ships from Icebergs . . . . . C. Lintern Sibley 648
Head Hunters and the Scientist . .... H. M. Hyde 652
Canal to Follow Gulf Coast ..... W. D. Hornaday 663
Telephoning Under Water ...... J. G. Donaldson 675
Housewife Need Drudge No Longer . . . Bailey Millard 681
Wealth Dissolved in Brine . . ... Robert Franklin 685
Making Weights and Measures Fair. . Richard Benton 690
Submarines Up-to-date : .... Charles Frederick Carter 697
Farm Management Made an Exact Science . Carlyle Ellis 706
Imported Weevil Destroys Alfalfa . ... . R. E. Bachelor 715
Transplanting Wild Elk ...... I. Newton Greene 729
State Protects its Aliens ....: Constance D. Leupp 733
Rag Babies to Increase the Corn Crop . . Robert H. Moulton 740
Where Electricity Competes with Coal. Randall R. Howard 754
The Get-Rich-Steadily Catalpa . ... Harlan D. Smith 756

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