National Geographic : 1918 Jul
FITS AIR-TIGHT CAN'T STICK This lid seals Witt's Can and Pail tight as a vault. Dogs can't scatter the garbage; flies can't breed; odors can'tget out. The Witt's lid fits air-tight and stays tight; but it never sticks. Witt's outlasts two ordinary cans. Made of deeply corrugated, galvanized steel-rust-proof and 29 times stronger than plain steel. Buy Witt's for your home. It saves you money. Write for booklet and name of nearest Witt dealer. THE WITT CORNICE CO. Dept. B -2 Cincinnati, O. Look for the Yellow Label THE MAP OF THE WESTERN THEATRE OF WAR Showing practically every place mentioned in the press dispatches from the Western Front The National Geographic Society's Map of the Western Theatre of War, size 26% x 31 inches, cost $20,000.00 and six months' labor to produce. It locates all places, forests, and river systems which are objective points in the battles for liberty being waged by our millions of soldiers and our allies. An alphabetical index, referring to the ten-mile squares into which the map is di vided, determines the location of a place at a glance. Extremely small places are now suddenly made important by military opera tions; hence the great value of the Geo graphic's new map. The map is available printed on paper or linen. Price, paper, 75 cents each (including index); linen, $1.50 each (including index). Index alope, 25 cents. Postpaid in the United States. Foreign postage, 25 cents extra. Experts say this map is almost indispensable in conveniently following the progress of the world war. Dept. H, National Geographic Magazine WASHINGTON, D. C. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."