National Geographic : 1927 Sep
•..t i i The 'Parian Gate, Manila Orient Lands where keen delight rewards each day's adventuring Across the Pacific the alluring countries of the ancient East offer you a multitude of fresh experiences. Go now. Select the cities or countries which most interest you, or make the complete trip and see Japan, China, the Philippines. You touch at Yokohama, Kobe, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Ma nila. Each port different in character and in its appeal to the traveler. Thus you see Japan, a miracle of loveliness and modern progres siveness. China, her ancient cities. Manila, a bit of old Spain in a tropical setting. Here is the opportunity for new vacation adventures at but small expense. Roundtrip fare to Manila and return by way ofJapan and China as low as $750 per capita. (Include Honolulu if you choose.) First cabin accommodations and meals are included. Or continue Round the World to other lands of keenest interest. Liberal stopovers at any port with identical accommodations on subsequent liners. Like a cruise on a private yacht. You sail on a magnificent President Liner, aristocrat of ships. Broad of beam and steady. Luxurious and expertly served. You sleep in a bed, not a berth. Rest or relax on wide, sunny decks. Enjoy the world-famous cuisine. An American Mail Liner sails every two weeks from Seattle for Japan, China and Manila. A Dollar Liner sails every week from Los Angeles and San Francisco for the Orient (via Hono lulu) and Round theWorld.FromBoston andNewYork fortnightly sailings via Havana, Panama and California. From Naples, Genoa and Marseilles fortnightly sailings for Boston and New York. Forcomplete informationcommunicate with any ticket or tourist agent or American Mail Line Dollar Steamship Line 32 Broadway . ... .. .New York DimeBankBuilding. . . . . ... Detroit 604 Fifth Ave. and 25 Broadway . .New York 110 S. Dearborn Street . . . . Chicago, Ill. 1018 Bessemer Building . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. 101 Bourse Building . . . Philadelphia, Pa. 177 State Street . .. . Boston, Mass. 514 W. Sixth Street . . . Los Angeles, Calif. Robert Dollar Building . San Francisco, Calif. 1519 Railroad Avenue South . . Seattle, Wash. ~6~t~-i? IF'B ^r '**ffik- *'