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CONTENTS OF FEBRUARY NUMBER
A Visit to the Hanchow Bore. Dr. Charles Keyseb Edmunds.
The Relation of Color to Chemical Constitution. Dr. WilliAm J. Hale.
German Influence in Latin America. Alfred F"
The Problem of International Speech. Anna Monsch Roberts.
Infant Industries. Professor Theodore D. A. Cockerell.
The Future of Economic Entomology. Professor H. T. Fernald.
The Instinct of Feigning Death. Professor D. J. Holmes.
The Progress of Science:
The Chicago meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science ; Lord Kelvin, Scientific Items.
CONTENTS OF MARCH NUMBER
America's Intellectual Product. Professor Arthur Gordon Webster.
A Grain of Truth in the Bushel of Christian Science Chaff. Charles Clarence Batohelder.
A Visit to the Hangchow Bore. Dr. Charles Keyser Edmunds.
Railway Accidents and the Color Sense. Professor George M. Stratton.
The Influence of Technical Schools. Professor John J. Stevenson.
Kelvin in the Sixties. Professor W. E. Ayrton.
Man's Educational Reconstruction of Nature. Pro- fessor Edgar James Swift.
The Progress of Science :
The Nobel Prize in Physics for 1907 ; America's Contributions to Science ; Scientific Men at the Meetings of the American Association; Scientific
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