National Geographic : 1927 Oct
S" 1' PagodaandTemple, Tokyo Glorious Days In Orient Lands Strange, new, enchanting. Days ofkeen delight in the ancient East. Japan, China, the Philippines are filledwith adventure unlike that in any other section of the world. Go nowaboardpalatialPresident Liners, broad of beam, steady and comfortable. Outside rooms with beds, not berths. Luxurious public rooms. A world famous cuisine. And attractive, roundtrip fares that includeyour accommodations and meals aboard ship. $600 Yokohama and Return. Sail from Seattle, returning via Honolulu to San Francisco. Or re verse the itinerary. $692 Shanghai and Return. Sail from San Francisco via Hono lulu, Yokohamaand Kobe,return ing direct from Yokohama to Se attle. Or reverse the itinerary. $7 0 Manila and Return. Sail from SeattleviaYokohama, Kobe, Shanghai and Hong Kong,return ing through the same ports and via Honolulu to San Francisco. Or re verse the itinerary. Liberal stopovers of one week, two weeks or longer at any port. Every two weeks an American Mail Liner sails from Seattle for Japan, China and Manila. Every week a Dollar Liner sails from Los Angeles and San Fran cisco fortheOrient (viaHonolulu) and Round the World. Fortnight ly sailings from Boston and New York for the Orient via Havana, Panama and California. Fortnightly sailing from Naples, Genoa and Marseilles for Boston and New York. Complete informationfrom any railroadorsteamship ticket agent or American Mail Line Dollar Steamship Line 32 Broadway . . . New York 110 S. Dearborn Street . Chicago, I11. 604 Fifth Ave. & 25 Broadway . . New York 514 W. Sixth Street . . Los Angeles, Calif. 1018 Bessemer Bldg. . Pittsburgh, Pa. Dime Bank Building . . Detroit 177 State Street . . . Boston,Mass. 101 Bourse Bldg. Philadelphia, Pa. Robert Dollar Bldg. . . San Francisco, Calif. 1519 Railroad Ave. South. . . Seattle, Wash.