National Geographic : 1928 Jul
E'n!" 7 4nnuae SCruise De uxe from New York Jan. 29, 1929 66 Glorious Days! Mysterious Egypt, fascinating Africa, the Holy Land, beautifulMadeira, gay Seville, Granada with its Alhambra, mighty Gilbraltar, ancient Cadiz, Algiers, Biskra, Timgad, Tunis, Malta, Dardanelles, Constantinople, Bosphorus, Athens, Dalmatian Coast, Cattaro, Cettinje, Ragusa, Venice, Florence, Rome, Naples, Messina, Taormina, Syracuse, Palermo, Monte Carlo, France, England. Exclusively chartered palatial S. S. "Scythia" Cunard Line's finest first-class cuisine and service Membership limited to 390 guests-half capacity This Cruise is the Annual Mediterranean classic. The very comprehensive itinerary, the unusually large and comfortable cabins of the "Scythia"-all with hot and cold running water-the suites and private baths, the spacious decks, the passenger eleva tors and the reasonable rates, all combine to offer the most attractive of all Cruises to the Mediterranean. Free Stop-over In Europe, including return by S. S. "Berengaria," "Aquitania," "Mauretania" or any Cunard steamer. Early Reservation Advisable FRANK TOURIST CO.,atJ8 542 Fifth Ave.NewYork Philadelphia, 1529 Locust St. Chicago, 175 No. Michigan Ave. Boston, 33 Devonshire St. San Francisco, 29 Geary St. Los Angeles, 756 So. Broadway llIIM miM Mlnlll ^|l .i . , |.ll ,ll i llIII IIMI II IIIIIII i .-- III .. lll.. I. III.... ll..i. . lllll...l llr.....ll- . . i....... -- , . .| on SGreat Lakes and Georgian Bay (30,000 Islands) VISITING ,T, Dalayda Parry Sd. Canada ,,,, ,4 o Buffalo coo *1withafullday at oo NIAGARA FALLS --- ° .. 5 0 ,TheGreat Oil-Burning White Liners °°.",' elsondB North American included A a South American .-^- A trip of over 2000 miles with alluring scenery enroute-new experiences and thrills. Plenty of time These Great Cruising Ships allowed at all points of interest to see the sights. in comfort and luxury are equal to the fine Ocean Liners. Semi-Weekly Sailings from Chicago, Promenade and Sun Decks of unusual width: Large Grand Salon and Lounge Rooms; Canopy Covered Palm Garden. All Buffalo, Detroit, Cleveland & Return Staterooms and Parlor Rooms are outside rooms with win- Tickets bearing railrouting between Chicago, dows or port holes. Bath and toilet in connection with Parlor Buffalo, Detroit and Cleveland will be hon Rooms and convenient to all Staterooms. Excellent meals of ored for transit upon additional payment. pleasing variety, daintily served. Plenty of restful nooks for Apply for illustrated pamphlet any Railway those who seek quiet.For those who enjoy gaiety there are Ticket Office or Tourist Agency or write Deck Games, Entertainment,Music and DancmgwithaSocia Chicago, Duluth & Georgian Bay Transit Co. Hostess to look after the Enjoyment of Guests. Open air play. W. H. BLACK, Traffic Mr. W. E. BROWN. C-' Agt. ground screened in with attendant to amuse the children. 11 W. Aams St., Chiease, l. 13 S. Diida St., Buffale. N.Y. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."