National Geographic : 1930 Aug
Leave routine... for a 73 DAY PARADISE * Slip away to new sights, new sounds... to Algiers' "Gate of Grief" ... to gondoliers singing in the soft Venetian night. The Empress of France suggests a luxurious yacht... English manor service... Paris-restaurant cuisine. Also, her cruise has a "5th Ace". . . one management, ship and shore, by the world's greatest travel system. 8th season. From $900. Booklets, ship plans, from your own agent or any Canadian Pacific office: New York, Phil adelphia, Chicago, Boston and 31 other a cities in the United States and Canada. IU 31EDITERRANEAN CRUISE C WORLD'S GREATEST TRAVEL SYSTEM anadian Pacific Special Sailings to BERMUDA by S. S. Pan America (21,000 tons) every Thurs day from New York. Also by regular South American Liners from New York and Bermuda fortnightly -40 hour service--Round trip $70 and up. SOUTH AMERICA-Fortnightly from New York to Bermuda, Rio de Janeiro, Santos, Montevideo and Buenos Aires. Cool, airy, out side, amidship rooms. Excellent cuisine and service. Fastest and steadiest ships. NASSAU MIAMI HAVANA Special 12-day all-expense cruises - $140 and up. Fortnightly from New York. For information see local tourist agent or MUN SON Steamship Lines 67 Wall Street, New York City Summer Readables BIRDS, WILD FLOWERS, FISHES, DOGS, HORSES, CATTLE: these six Geographic Nature Books are essential to owners, fascinating to their guests at country places or hotels. First three, $4 each Others, $3 each Postpaid U. S. and Canada. Foreign mailing, 25 cents each. Illustrated list of Books, Maps and Pictures sent on request. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY Washington, D. C. *J "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." ~1: X~~ iti~look~eu-~k~UY~~ -;t ; ~ .