National Geographic : 1939 Nov
IN ALGERIA. The Sand Diviner draws an occult, six-pointed star upon the sand and, with the aid of his book of magic, foretells what will happen. But though the Sand Diviner tells what the future holds in store, he offers no help in meeting the problems that arise. INMALABAR. The Kanisans are astrologers of great repute. IN CHINA. By studying the cracks on the back of a tor The rich and poor, young and old regularly consult them toise shell after it has been cast into a fire, the Chinese to have their fortunes read in the stars. Like the Sand soothsayer interprets the future. But though attempting Diviner, he only guesses at your future; he can do nothing to trace the pattern of things to come, he, like all his about it. fellows, does not attempt to do anything about it. IN AMERICA, you have a man who, though no sooth sayer, looks into the future and helps you do some thing about it. Should anything happen to you, this man helps Cyou provide an ample income for your family and education for your children. Should you be the vic tim of fire or theft, he sees to it that you won't lose a cent. Should you get in an automobile crash, he protects you from lawsuits. Should an accident lay you up, he arranges it so that all hospital and doctors' bills are paid, and so that a check comes in to you till the day you go back to work. This man, as you of course know, is yourTravelers Insurance man. Moral: Insure in The Travelers. All forms of in surance. The Travelers Insurance Company, The Travelers Indemnity Company, The Travelers Fire Insurance (Company, Hartford, (:onnecticut.