National Geographic : 1929 Sep
See JAPAN... An island, many-colored and picturesque. Stranger than any dream ... more fascinating than any Arabian Nisht. Snow=girdled sacred mountains towering over pavilions misted with peach bloom. Immemorial temples dominated by huge images with golden eyes. The chime of temple bells...lanes haunted with the fragrance of cherry blossoms. Kyoto ... the regal city of enthronement. China...and the golden and inscrutable East. Strangeness and won der...and the comfort of modern hotels. Luxurious transport on the three new motor liners of the NYK ... days of enchantment leading you to the Orient. First Sailing...M.S. ASAMA MARU from Los Angeles....November 1st from San Francisco...November 6th Regular Sailings every other Wednesday from San Francisco, $230-$300 up. Every other " Friday from Los Angeles, $240 -$300 up Fortnightly from Seattle direct to the Orient, $195 up.*** Round-the World in either direction with privilege of stop-over at More ports of call than by any other route. $910 up, in cluding rail fare to and from your home. ** * Round-the Pacific Tours with privilege to start from any point en route. Rates from $852.40 up. JAPAN-CHINA-PHILIPPINES with stop-over at HONOLULU For detailed information, sailing schedules and descriptive literature, write Dept. 9 NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA NEW YORK . ... .. 545 5th Avenue, 10 Bridge Street CHICAGO ........... 100 West Monroe Street LOS ANGELES . ...... 605 South Grand Avenue SAN FRANCISCO . . . . . . ... .551 Market Street SEATTLE............... 14044thAvenue Our General Agents or any local Railroad or Steamship Agent "Northern Prince," "Eastern Prince," "Southern Prince," "West ern Prince"-already these names are a byword in the trip between New York and Rio de Janeiro, San tos, Montevideo and Buenos Aires. Already the prospects of travel are brightened by their modern luxury, by their safety, by the speed and vibrationless power of their twin Diesel motors. Accommodations for first-class pas sengers only. Reservations and lit erature at authorized tourist agents, or address Furness Prince Line, 34 Whitehall St. (where Broadway be gins), or 565 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Prince Line Service has been continuous between New York and South America for 35 years. j1FIl1aN E SSS- 1r"2c. C_ uuiC I "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." A DELICIOUS NEW TYPE Bran Food Contains but Conceals the Bran B ECAUSE it's whole bran concealed in whole wheat, doctors and nutritionists everywhere advise using New Pettijohn's. For Pettijohn's is much more than just roughage, it contains a vital part of the wheat that practically doubles the effective ness of the bran. Pettijohn's bran is concealed in steaming, flavory flakes of delicious whole wheat, softened by cooking, so that it's kind to nervous digestions. Here is the fine protein, splendid minerals and vitamins A, B, and E. And most important of all a delicious food which cooks in 4 minutes. Order it today for breakfast tomorrow. Send to The Quaker Oats Company, Chicago, for a new free booklet of menus and recipes called "The Truth About Bran." TRAVEL INTEREST TURNS TO SOUTH AMERIC J'