National Geographic : 1916 Jul
- ess- ves J- 1 licro Camera ACAMERA that reproduces on a permanent print-as many as you like-nature's own colors. It registers every shade and tone in color just as the eye sees it. Takes portraits with the same degree of fidelity to colors as it does landscapes or seascapes. Any amateur of ordinary experience will readily understand it. Hess-Ives Corporation 1201 Race Street Philadelphia S STERLING BRONZE CO FOUNDERS AND WORKERS IN BRONZEWROUGHT IRON AND OTHER METALS ELECTRIC FIXTURES OF DIS TINCTION FLOOR AND TABLE LAMPS IN CARVED WOOD. IRON AND SILVER ANDIRONS AND FIRE-PLACE FITTINGS. CLOCKS, BOOK ENDS AND WRITING DESK SETS BRONZES AND ART OBJECTS WORKS AND 16-18 EAST 40TH SHOWROOMS NEW YORK. The people we meet are mostly neutral, as if a kind Providence had fixed it so thatthey could fade into the background. And then along comes someone who flashes on your mind's eye and shocks you into the realization that this is a living person-an in dividual-no mere cog in the wheel of exist ence. When such a man enters the office, be it ever so quietly, everybody knows he has come in. When he speaks, people listen, with out eye-wandering, until he has finished. PERSONALITY. Is such a thing true of a cigarette ? Smoke one Rameses, and see. They call it "The Aristocrat of Cigarettes." You know the saying? "Nobody ever changes from Rameses." STEPHANO BROS., Inc. PHILADELPHIA Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."