National Geographic : 1915 Aug
T HE old-style inflammable wood joist must go. It is being fast Consider Moons' Evergreens replaced in stores, schools, apartment for August Planting houses residences, etc., by Kahn 'THEY make lawns attractive 365 days in Pressed Steel Beams. These make 1 the year. In Winter, when one misses the possible fireproof floors at a low cost- fleeting flowers of previous months and the easy to build, vermin-proof, rot-proof, verdure of leaf-dropping trees and shrubbery, light as wood, and permanent. Evergreens brighten a place and provide a wholesome enjoyment out-of-doors. No forms are required nor special Send for catalog-better still, tell us of your equipment, but only the use of Hy-Rib planting problems and get lists of varieties above and below. Such a construction that will solve them, and estimates of cost. never shrinks, causing ceilings to crack THE WM. H. MOON COMPANY and plaster to drop. Satisfactory in NURSERYMEN every way. Yardley Road Morrisville, Pa. You cannot afford to build without at least Philadelphia Office The Moon Nursery Corporation learning about this splendid type of modern 21 S. Twelfth Street White Plains, N. Y. floor construction. Write today for special Pamphlet B-78. TRUSSED CONCRETE STEEL CO. YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO Lantern Slides from Photographs in National Geographic Magazine O MANY REQUESTS are being -z constantly received regarding lan tern slides from the copyright photographs in the GEOGRAPHIC that arrangements have been completed to supply them to members of the Society. Slides are not kept in stock, each order being made up as received, and will be delivered within two weeks after receipt of order, unless otherwise advised. The copyright notice must appear on each slide. The purchase of lantern slides does not carry with it the authority to publish the pictures and they cannot be This little ivory elephant is used for advertising purposes. a mascot; also the "Grand Slides cannot be sent upon approval and a remittance Old Party" emblem, always popular and now must accompany each order. The slides will be care more glorious than ever. A work of art, beautifully 'fully packed and sent by express collect. Prices in carved. A cabinet ornament or charm for good luck. the United States (standard size), black and white, Sent postpaid, delivery guaranteed, for one dollar. 75 cents each; colored, $1.50. Address, F. W. KALDENBERG'S SONS F. W. KALDENBERG'S SONS Dept. L, National Geographic Magazine, Artisans in Amber, Ivory, Meerschaum, Briar, Pearl I gr WASHINGTON, D. C. Correspondencesolicited. Sendfor Catalog 95 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK CITY 'Mention the Geographic--It identifies you.''