National Geographic : 1927 Feb
t ,l . - . ,Maya Temple, Near Kobe $750 to Honolulu,Yokohama, Kobe, '" Shanghai, Hong Kong, Manila i1 and return RESPOND to the lure of the Far East. Know the joy ofvisiting these strange and fascinating I lands. Glorious playgrounds easily reached. FirstHawaii, a tropic wonderland. ThenJapan, 4" B_' the island empire, home of a ceremonious and l' progressive people, a country beautiful be- yond compare. China, morning land of civilization, the Cathay of legendary fame,-here is the real flavor of the Orient. Finally the Philippines-- "'' Manila, both Spanish and international in character; Baguio, lovely mountain resort only a short day's journey away. Great President Liners take you in incomparable comfort. Large, out side staterooms with beds, not berths. Wide decks. Hospitable public salons. A world-famous cuisine. Return over the same route, or, go direct to Seattle from Japan on the AmericanMailLine.Thereis asailingeverySaturdayfrom San Francisco for the Orient and Round the World. Fortnightly sailings from Bos ton and New York for the Orient via Havana, Panama and California. For complete information communicate with any ticket or tourist agent or Dollar Steamship Line 604 Fifth Avenue, New York 25 and 32 Broadway, New York 177 State Street, Boston, Mass. 514 W. Sixth St., Los Angeles 1519 Railroad Ave. South, Seattle 112 West Adams St., Chicago 101 Bourse Building, Philadelphia Hugh Mackenzie, G.P.A ., Robert Dollar Building, San Francisco "The Sunshine Belt to the Orient"