National Geographic : 1917 Oct
"" F SQuaint and curious-the gg Kind you cannot get • elsewhere-for men, I women and children; are beautifully illus trated (many in actual , t Scolors) and accurately de scribed in this fascinating "Book of a Thousand Gifts," which is mailed postpaid,. on request. Address Dept. 100. Vantine's Gift Suggestions Order by mail anty of the following, with Vantine's assurance "" of satisfaction or theprompt refundof thepurchaseprice. A copy Sof our catalog will be included with your order. 4 No. 1815N--Men's or women's imported Japanese slippers of i genuine monkey skin, white or spotted rabbit, and marten ; fur lined strong, one-piece leather sole; warm, comfortable slippers for indoor wer, or when ordered in larger sizes may be used as overshoes to keep the feet warm when motoring in cold weather. Sshaped Oriental boxartis- cigarette, cigar, or trinket box, with Ni. Si247N-Cyindrical- No. 7933N -Japanese inlaid wood tically decorated, contain- pretty design, inlaid with colored Sng 3 triangular-shaped woods. Box can only be opened by t glass-stoppered bottles of pressing secret slide on side. Size, Vantine's fragrant Ori- 2l x 5x8 inches. Price, prepaid, $1. * ental perfumery, each 4 odor different. Price, pre paid, $1. 2 . O Sm sNo. r 9986N-Japanese foot-warmer for No. 19272N-Japanese keeping the feet warm when motoring, *. marble ash-receiver or etc., in cold weather; idealfor warm Spen-tray-size, 2% inches ingtentsandmaybeusedintrenches; 0 High by 6 hinches in made of heavy reinforced tin covered ' " diameter-of mottled with velvet; burns a blazeless, smoke Sgreen marble, with real- less, odorless fuel, one tube of which istic bronze tiger on rim. will burn from 6 to 10 hours. Price, r Price, prepaid, $8.50. prepaid, including 2 fuel tubes $1.75. ii ii SMNao. 7922N-Wooden field gun and ammunition (one of over 100 different toys, shown in our new catalog). By pulling chain, gun fires . •a wooden "shell," at the end of which is fastened a paper cap Which explodes, causing smoke to issue from the gun. Absolutely harmless. Five shells and liberal supply of caps with each gun. * ^ Price, complete, prepaid, $1.25. SA-A VANTINE"F-CO-Inc- " Importers of " Things Oriental" exclusively Fifth Avenue and 39th Street, New York ImportersI~ of" Things Orental"exct il * THE AUTHORIZED SERVICE FLAG FLAG PIN 36x24 inches 9-16x 11l-32inch $2 a 50 CENTS SHOULD BE FLOWN FROM EVERY HOME Do as Col. Roosevelt does at Oyster Bay-fly the "Badge of Honor" from your home, telling all the world that some one from your family is serving the countryin army, navy, marines, or other service. This is the original flag so crudely imitated. Approved by War Secretary Baker. Bill in Congress to make it official emblem. Fast-color, strong wool bunting, 36 x24 inches; red border, white field; one large blue star for every man in service; sewed throughout, not printed. Sent postpaid for$2-1 to 5 stars. (Larger sizes for clubs, churches, business houses, etc., made to order.) SERVICEFLAGPINSto wear in lapel or waist, 14k. gold plate and enamel, 1 to 3 stars, pin or screw back, high-grade quality, 50 cents; sterling silver, $I;solid gold, $2. * The United Service Flag Co., 1255 Schofield Bldg., Cleveland, O.* HOME GUARD ARMY BARGAINS 20,000 Rides 200 Machine Guns 5.000 Revolvers 100 B/L Field Cannons 5,000,000 Cartridges 50 B/L Navy Cannons 300,000 Equipments 15 Revolving Cannons S 40,000 Knapsacks 50,000 Explosive Shells 2,500 Tents 25,000 Uniforms (Blue) We have supplied from our largest in the world stock of army auction goods, the U. S. Government and many states and cities witt obsolete serviceable rifles and equipments, some of whicl were sold to us just prior to the U. S. Declaration of War High Army Officers say: "Bannerman's stock is a Godsend to us." Six hours after receipt of order from state of Massa chusetts 4,000 rifles and 6,000 equipments were en route Gov't auction sale terms, cash with order. Examination and testing at our arsenals. Immediate deliveries. Large Illustrated 428pp. encyclopedia catalog, mailed SOc. Francis Bannerman, 501 Broadway, N. Y. $5.00 by mail, Made of thick furred glossy black dog skins Above are lined with lamb skins. Price with mohair fleece linings, $4.50. Any buyer not entirely satisfied may return them before soiling and have his money. Our illustrated catalog gives measure directions and a whole lot of other information about custom tanning of hides and skins with hair or fur on; coat, robe, and rug making; taxidermy and head mounting; also prices of fur goods and big mounted game heads we sell. THE CROSBY FRISIAN FUR COMPANY, Rochester, N. Y. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." JUDD & DETWEILER, Inc. Master Printers 420-422 Eleventh Street N.W. WASHINGTON, D. C.