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preferred, andremit to Mniui &amp Co.. Sfil Broadway, New York. Canadian patents may now be obtained by the in-vontnrs for auy of the inventions named in the fore-going list. For terms and additional particularsaddress Mans &amp Qo,, 361 Broadwafi New Xork. By GEORGE M. HOPKINS. 20th Edition Revised and Enlarged. 914 Fagres, 820 Illustrations. Price tag .00 In cloth .00 In half morocco, postpaid Thi.s is a book full ofinterest and value lorTeachers, Students,and others who desireto impart or acquire apractical expertise ofPhysics. Ihis splendidwork offers young andold something worthyof thought. It has in-fluenced thousands ofmen in tbe option of acareer. It will give any-a single, young or old, in-formation that will en-in a position him to compre-hend the excellent im-provements 01 the day.It furnishes sugges-tions for hours of in-structive recreation. ISend for lar^e Illustrated Circularand full Table of Couteuts. Munn &amp Co., Publishers, Workplace of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN,361 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.

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ELECTRICAL ENCINEERINCTAUCHT BY MAIL. Write for our Cost-free Illustrated Book. CAN I Grow to be AN ELEC-TRICAL ENGINEER? We tr.Hi-h Elfvtrtciil Kngineering, El«-ttnr Liglitms,Electrii Railways, KlechHiiioal Engineerintr Sttjaiii Eiii^iiieeriiig, Mechanical Drawing, at voiir luiiiir by mail.Institute iTuiorst-.l hv Tlios. A. F.dison ami othtrS.ELECTItl C A1/ KN ( I N KK li IN KTITUTE,Dei»t. A, a4«-a4a W. a»d Nt.. Now York. 7 ANTED, DRA.FrSMAN.-A COMPETITIVE EX- amination of applicants will be held at the NavyYard, Norfolk, Va., July 16, 19(11, for structural steelwork draftsman at ?l,5(ii per annum. For applicationand added data, address (Commandant,Navy Yard, ^Tnrfolk, Va. JOHN D. Long, Secretary of the Navy.

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hld, Pape &amp Witter. 677,203Oven for baking, roasting, and so forth., Bram- mertz &amp Fausten 077,173 (Continued on poye U) n- IF YOU ARE Creating ^• AN AUTOMOBILE.WECAN Supply YOUWITH PARTSandTITTINCS. , jIN OUR SEVEN FACTORIES we make. Running.GLAR5, TOOL SJLLL BALuS,STEEL RIMS, STEEL STAMPINGS, CKAIN.S, SHEET STEEL AND FORCINGS.ALL FOR AUTOMOBILE. Building CS,UOTATIONS • ON APPLICATION. THE AUTOMOBILE &amp CYCLE Parts CO. ,-. ^ ,,,^ , » ,..,-, OHIO. METAL POLISHES.—FORMULAS FOR Putz Pomades, Pastes, Liquicis, Fowdersand Soaps,forpolishing metals, are contained in Scientific Ameri-can Supplement Noa. l!i8:i, I^SS and l28!l.Price ten cents eacb, trom this office and all newsdealers. YOUR BICYCLM Might require a new crank haneer or greater gear. We canfurnish crank hangers comprehensive with cups and cones,to match any wheel. Create us for full data.The Avery &amp Jenness Co., 60 S. Canal St., Chicago, III. INDUCTION w vj i L&gt ^ for experi-ments in X rays andother electrical work.

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Catalogue Fixe. E. S. RITCHIE &amp SONS, Brooklinc. Mass.

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e at alighthouse at Grande Polnte au Sable, in Michigan,says The Architect. The lighthouse, which is about80 feet high, is formed of brick with a stone base. Itwas erected in 1867, but nearly from its completion ithas suffered from the violent rain storms of the dis-trict. For a long time pointing was undertaken regu-larly, but at length it was determined to Incase thelighthouse with metal. The bent plates used varierl A NOVEL TWINE HOLDEB AND CUTTEB. A device which is specially adapted for guiding andcutting twine to be utilized in tying up packages has re-cently been patented in the Uplted States by RaymondD. Weakley, of St. Louis, Mo. As our illustration shows, the device comprisesessentially a lower compartment and an upper com-partment, the former of which contains the ball oftwine and the upper of which incloses the operativemechanism. This operative mechanism comprises a toothedwheel meshing with a rack formed on a carrier. Thecarrier is tubular in type and receives the cost-free end of

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Lraphers use that can be Bent through themail, and promoting for 91 or less. Inquiry No. 977.—For makers of taperedaluminium tubing. Inquiry No. 978.-Wanted the name and addressof a manufacturer of water motors answer statingdifferent sizes made. Inqniiy No. 979.—Wanted the name and addressof a manufacturer of a profitable cow milking machine. Tnquiry No. 980-—Wanted the name and addressof a manufacturer of machinery for shaving off thebark on a specific foreign tree (name not given). Inquiry IVo. 981.—For manufacturers of monu-ments other than stone. Inquiry No. 982.—For makers of appli-ances for light mining, such as gold pans, portablesmelters, and so forth. Inquiry No. 983.—For makers of cheap* efficient writing duplicators. Inquiry No.. 984.—For manufacturers of coffeeroasters and mills. Inquiry No. 985.—For companies of hoistingmachinery and tools appropriate for developing purposes. Inquiry No. 986.—For companies of steelriveted masts for vessels.

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