National Geographic : 1904 Dec
MEN'S HAT DEPAR T NT WE ARE showing the newest and most correct blocks in Men's Headwear for the present season, and call special attention to the BOSTON DERBY at $2.00 which compares very favorably with hats usually sold for a dollar more, We show this in several styles, but in black only, for men of all ages, and in the proper proportions for large and small men. Attention is also called to the BOSTON TOURIST at $2.00 a soft felt hat in black and pearl gray; also to a line of soft felt hats, espe cially for young men, in black, pearl gray, laurel, and russet. They have low crowns and rather wide brims, and can be worn in any shape desired, Other Hats at $3.00, $4.00, and $5.00, including Stetson, which stands for all that is procurable in hat elegance. WOODWARD AND LOTHNOP New York Washington Paris SPECIAL AS PUBLISHED BY TH NAT ONAL EOGRAPHIC SOCIETY Map of Manchuria and Korea (36 x 42 inches). Prepared under the direction of the War Department. Map of the Philippines (5 feet 2 inches x 3 feet). Prepared under the direction of the War Department. Map of South Africa (46x33 inches)o Prepared under the direction of the War Department. Map of Northeastern China (36 x 28 inches), Prepared under the direction of the War Department. Map of Alaska (28 x 24 inches) Prepared under the direction of the U. S. Geological Survey. Map Showing Alaskan Boundary Award (12 x 12 inches). Prepared under the direction of the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. A Series of Twelve Maps on the Alaskan Boundary Dispute. Prepared under the direction of Hon. John W. Foster, ex-Secretary of State. Chart of the World on Mercator's Projection (48x 27 inches). Prepared under the direction of the Hydrographic Office, Map of Cuba (18x73 inches). Prepared under the direction of Robert T. Hill. A Series of Twenty-five Full-page Charts, showing storm tracks and methods of weather forecasting. Prepared under the direction of Dr. Willis L, Moore, Chief U. S. Weather Bureau, Panorama of the Wrangell Mountains, Alaska. A remarkable picture, showing scores of lofty peaks in an area as large as the State of Delaware. By Mali for Tweaty-five Cents Eacih NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, Hubbard Memorial Hal, Washington, D. C. PRESS OF JUDD & DET'%EI%R,WASI'GTON, D C.