National Geographic : 1924 Mar
The binocular used by Capt. Hartley and 20 other Carl Zeiss models are shown in our catalogue, sent on request. ]]ii S.S.LEVIATHAN S UNITE STATES LINES My dear Mr Benett e I cannt find words to xt h e Carl ewodez rs worked by are the Cal Zes glasses They for powe last in binoculars for Power, feel, weight and ease on the eyes I e them day and night, .d u se themo could Print regardi nthe qualou fications of these gasses oquld explain how perfect they are, Captain "Leviathn You can see seven tines as far with this Carl Zeiss Prism Binocular, so highly recommended by Capt. Hartley. Carl Zeiss are the only wide angle binoculars-the field glasses with the extreme field of view and remarkably brilliant illumination. Over 20 models, from 3 to 18 power the theatre-glass, the bird-glass, a bin ocular for the hunter, yachtsman, ex plorer-a glass for every purpose. At opticians, camera- and sporting goods stores. Write us for catalog. HAROLD M. BENNETT, U. S. AGT. RLZESs 155 WEST 23D STREET, NEW YORK General Distributing Agents for Canada: THE HUGHES OWENS CO., LTD. Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Ottawa CARL ZEISS Prism Binoculars SWITZERLAND, the irresistible magnet which draws Americans year after year to Europe, offers an endless variety of fascinating resorts: LAUSANNE-OUCHY, chief point on the Simplon line, headquarters for excursions in all directions. Educational center. Golf. GENEVA, with its classi cal lake, ever attractive as a resting place, and for its beauty, wealth and intellect. Excursions to Mt. Blanc. Golf. GSTAAD, a picturesque mountain village on the Montreux-Bernese Oberland Railway; also KANDERSTEG, on the Loetschberg-Simplon line. INTERLAKEN, the garden spot of the Bernese Oberland. Here the JUNGFRAU RAILWAY car ries you to the "Top of the World." Near by, the lovely resorts of GRINDELWALD and WENGEN. ZERMATT, reached via the LOETSCHBERG RAILWAY, and Visp, basking at the foot of the Matterhorn; GORNERGRAT, by rail, with its superb panoramas. LUCERNE, its loveliness prover bial, its variety of sports and amusements most inter esting; the excursion center of central Switzerland. ZURICH, the country's metropolis. The GRISONS, an alpine wonderland, with invigorating climate, cur ative springs and sport facilities. Write for packet No. 1o7-"Guide to Switzer land"-many illustrated booklets and maps; mailed on receipt of Ioc. to cover postage. Address Official Agency of the SWISS FEDERAL RAILROADS 241 Fifth Avenue, New York "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."