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Popular science monthly . success-ful for drawing wine from a jarwithout disturbing the sediments, at atime when a syphon was not available.A li-in. hole was bored in the side of acommon spool on a 45 dcg. angle with thehole already running through the spool. Ithen rolled a couple of sheets of cleanpaper into tubes and inserted one intoihc hole just bored and the other into theother hole, making the syphon in the formof an inverted V. The hole in the top ofspool was tightly corked and my make-shift syphon was ready for business. Thatit proved satisfactory goes without saying.Such a syphon can

Popular science monthly . success-ful for drawing wine from a jarwithout disturbing the sediments, at atime when a syphon was not available.A li-in. hole was bored in the side of acommon spool on a 45 dcg. angle with thehole already running through the spool. Ithen rolled a couple of sheets of cleanpaper into tubes and inserted one intoihc hole just bored and the other into theother hole, making the syphon in the formof an inverted V. The hole in the top ofspool was tightly corked and my make-shift syphon was ready for business. Thatit proved satisfactory goes without saying.Such a syphon can Stock Photo
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Popular science monthly . success-ful for drawing wine from a jarwithout disturbing the sediments, at atime when a syphon was not available.A li-in. hole was bored in the side of acommon spool on a 45 dcg. angle with thehole already running through the spool. Ithen rolled a couple of sheets of cleanpaper into tubes and inserted one intoihc hole just bored and the other into theother hole, making the syphon in the formof an inverted V. The hole in the top ofspool was tightly corked and my make-shift syphon was ready for business. Thatit proved satisfactory goes without saying.Such a syphon can be utilized in photogra-phy for removing the clear fluid from mixedchemicals.—Edwi.x R. Mason. Utilizing the Waste Heat from anOpen Fireplace ALMOST all the heat produced in a fire-I^lace located in a wall between theliving-room and the dining-room of acertain house was used for heating the waterfor the bath and to heat the dining-room inthe following manner: A coil of pipe wasput in the opening just back of tiie flames. mantel was placed a fireiess cooker, builtinto the chimney-breast directly againstthe brick and lined with jisbestos. The A coil of pipe is run in the fireplaceto heat the water in the range boiler and connected to a range-boiler. Pipeswere run from the boiler to the bath andsink. Instead of a solid brick back to thefireplace a thin wall of metal was insertedin the dining-room side. A false mantelwith open grill-work covered the metalwall. /Xbove the grill-work and on the

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