National Geographic : 1918 Feb
Boston Garter LANTERN SLIDES from Photographs in National Geographic Magazine SO MANY requests are being constantly received regarding lantern slides from the copy right 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 used for advertising purposes. Slides cannot be sent upon approval and a remittance must accompany each order. The slides will be carefully packed and sent by express collect. Prices in the United States (standard size), black and white, 75 cents each; colored, $1.50. Address, Dept. L, National Geographic Magazine, Washington, D. C. SAV5 STEEL FLOWER AND PLANT BOX SELF-WATERING AND SUB-IRRIGATING Pour water in the tube but once a week. Perfect air circulation and drainage. Rust-proof and leak-proof. No surface watering. FOR WINDOWS, PORCHES, AND SUN PARLORS. You can move Savo Boxes indoors or out and have beautiful Flowers and Plants the year around. Six sizes; artistic in design and beautifully finished in Aluminum or Dark Green. Write For Free Catalog. Patented Jan. 23, 1917 SAVO MANUFACTURING CO., 315 N. Y. Life Bldg., Chicago NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY WARD in the American Ambulance Hospital Neuilly, Paris, France EAGER to contribute their share in miti gating the suffering which will be the lot of many of our boys who are now or who soon will be in France fighting the battle of civilization for those who must remain at home, members of the National Geo graphic Society are subscribing to the fund for the establishment of a National Geographic Society Ward in the American Ambulance Hospital at Neuilly, in the environs of Paris. Subscriptions in any amount sent to the National Geographic Society for the Geographic Ward will be wisely expended, without one dollar of overhead expense. Each contributor may feel secure in the knowledge that every penny given will alleviate the suffering, add to the comfort, or assist in the resto ration to health of some American soldier who has risked life and limb in the cause of his country. Send all remittances to GILBERT GROSVENOR, Chairman, National Geographic Society, i6th and M Sts., Washington, D. C.