National Geographic : 1917 Oct
Kings Really be Abolished? HE CZAR HAS FALLEN-the kings are trem bling. In this country we are pleased to look for ward to the day when all kings shall be abolished. SYet--there is a serious second thought-suppose Eng land should lose her King, what would become of India? Would India with a franchise make a good citizen? Would Canada and Australia be satisfied with an English President? Or would the whole English Empire fall to pieces? To understand this-which is really one of the most vital questions arising out of this War-you have to know the map thoroughly. Doubleday, Page & NEW ATLAS The Story of the World Company's in Maps 240 pages of maps. Maps Political, Economic, Geo- With the graphic, Vegetation, Population, Language, Racial, Phys- neath the st ical, Historical. Dictionary of Vegetable, Animal, and racial antag Mineral Commodities Automobile maps of every State sand and o in the Union. Postal and Railroad Guide for the United areafewt States. Maps of the Battle fronts. What is th This is an Atlas with a new idea-it not only gives the loca- Where is E tions and boundaries-it shows by colored picture maps the What is the story of this world and the standing today of the nations. hri These are maps that call forth for you the imagination- Where is R the thrill of undiscovered countries. They are adventure What is Ru for the man who stays at home. 'e d After-the-War Maps FREE To you who order this Atlas-a complete set of maps showing the changes after this war will be furnished free of charge, just as soon as these changes are made. There will be a place in the center of the ATLAS to which you can fasten the new maps, so that, while you have a complete ATLAS of the World now, your ATLAS will still be com plete and new when the War is over. It will be very interesting to com pare your old maps with your new ones. This Atlas has a most complete set of war maps of battle fronts. Re member that newspapers sometimes make mistakes. Special Low Price on One Edition Only The great men of the world have always studied maps. Cecil Rhodes drew a red line from the Suez Canal to the Cape of Good Hope where today the Cape to Cairo Railroad runs. Rockefeller drew his oil pipe lines on the map, Harriman dreamed his railroad on the map, and Lord Strath cona built the Canadian Railroad empire on a map. All people who amount to anything read and study maps. For one edition the price is the price of an ordinary hook, yet this is the life of the world in maps such as you never saw before. Send the coupon now. It costs you nothing and brings this big, rich, complete Atlas free for examination. Look it over and find out the true fascina tion of map hunting-of reading the news with a map at your side-of interpreting history with the help of maps. Send the coupon for your copy of this sumptuous Atlas, now. Send the coupon now, before the edition is gone DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY Garden City, N. Y. help of this ATLAS you may look back be irface actions of this War and realize the basic onisms that caused it. You can answer a thou ne questions that come up as you read. Here hat perhaps you don't know: e hottest place in the World? rzerum? Skagerak? ur new ally-Siam? .s sia's new port on the White Sea? Sit rain every day? DOUBLEDAY, PAGE&CO. / GardenCity, NewYrk : Send me, all charges prepaid, Doubleday, Page & Co.'s New SAtlas, measuring tx12% inches- . bound in fine red silk cloth, stamped in gold. If it is not satisfactory, I will 1 return it within 10 days, at your expense. S Otherise, I will send you 95 cents at once S and $1 00 a month for 4 months. If you prefer you may send $4.50 with this coupon. Name Address For rich limp leather binding, change coupon to six months instead of four; $6.50 cash instead of $4.50.