National Geographic : 1926 Nov
in the WEST INDIES and Souni AMERICA Here is an ideal Cruise-Tour of ad venture to the sub-tropics, to Cuba, the marvelous Panama Canal, to the picturesque places in Peru and Chile; the mighty Andes, loftier than the famous Alps and lovely Argentina. You see stately Buenos Aires, Mon tevideo, Santos, Rio de Janeiro and other beautiful Latin cities. You ex plore the trails of the pioneer Span iards. After Brazil, you cruise the warm Caribbean and visit Trinidad, Barbados and Porto Rico, the gems of the West Indies. Leaving New York January 27th. First class arrangements and expert American Express management, in suring comfort and luxury through out-$1950. It is exciting to plan ahead. Whether you intend to go this year or next, send for the illustrated "Deck Plan No. 4" containing itineraries, rates and complete information about every phase of the trip. AMERICAN EXPRESS Travel 'Department 65 Broadway, New York, N. Y. oAlways Carry cAmerican Express Travelers Cheques S. Is 5tirlii Different Kinds of Industries St. Louis has factories in 211 different kinds of business. Al most every line of manufacture is represented. Only eight per cent of the city's industrial force is employed in its largest branch of industry. This wide diversity of industries acts as a constant balance and makes St. Louis strong in times of business depression. It assures stability of labor and production. The westward trend of industry by which modern business is moving toward the center of the country has resulted in 196 new industries coming to St. Louis in the last six years. The central location of St. Louis makes it an economical distri bution point. Your factory in St. Louis would have an advantage over competi tors not so favorably located. Send for our booklet "Why St. Louis Grows" It tells the full story. Address Dept. 15 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ST.LOUIS, U.S .A "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."