National Geographic : 1938 Sep
GD FURNESI PRINCE TO .... THE "ROYAL ROUTE" TO THE BRILLIANT EAST COAST A MAGNIFICENT CRUISE VOYAGE . . . WITH FAULTLESS BRITISH SERVICE AND SEAMANSHIP When you add Rio-Santos-Montevideo Buenos Aires to your travel treasures ... choose a ship that reflects the charm of these rich, worldly capitals . . . with all the lux uries of modern pleasure voyaging-and the superb maritime efficiency and service of British seamanship. FURNESS PRINCE provides you with such a liner-in any one of the gracious Four Princes expressly designed for and regularly serving South America's East Coast. -3 iIiiw FEED HIM RED HEART'S 3 FLAVORS How can a fella keep his appetite up when every meal is just the same? Give your dog a break, and feed him Red Heart's 3 flavors ... beef, fish, and cheese .. , in rotation. Red Heart is rich in minerals and vitamins, contains Fleischmann's Irradiated Yeast, gives a dog the real nourishment he needs. Send for booklet, Dogs-Their Care and Feeding. Address Dept. NG9, Jo John Morrell & Co., Ottumwa, Iowa. Champion-International Company Manufacturers of the paper used in THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE acid other high-grade coated paper Office-Mil LAWRENCE, MASS. Aboard the Eastern Prince, Western Prince, Southern Prince or Northern Prince,your name on the passenger list assures you of a well ordered voyage in traditional Furness fashion. Your comfort, your pleasure, are the prime con siderations of the alert, capable staff. Sailings every fortnight from New York, with call at Trinidad on return voyage. Reservations and literature from your own TRAVEL AGENT or Furness Prince Line, 34 Whitehall Street or 634 Fifth Ave., New York City. IF"MJIl ESS tion te G hict i s "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."