National Geographic : 1926 Dec
why St.Louis Grows HERE ARE adequate "reasons why" for St. Louis' remarkable growth and develop ment. St. Louis has an ideal combination of the chief factors in a successful industrial city and distribution point: Central location. Fuel, water and power. Economical distribution. Nearness to raw materials. River transportation. 28 railroads "to everywhere." Satisfactory labor conditions. 211 different kinds of industries. These are some of the reasons why 196 new industries have come to St. Louis in the last six years. St. Louis Manufacturers Ship from the Center-Not the Rim. The complete story is told in our new booklet, "Why St. Louis Grows." Write for it. Address Dept. 15 ST.I OIS OIAMSBERofCMMEE ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. A'2 and return SAIL from San Francisco for Honolulu,Yokohama,Kobe, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Manila, returning the same way. Or return direct fromJa pan to Seattle via the Admiral Oriental Line. Liberal stop overs. PalatialPresidentLiners. Outside rooms with beds, not berths. A world famous cui sine. A sailing every Saturday from SanFrancisco every fort night from Boston and New York for the Orient via Ha vana, Panama and California]. Dollar Steamship Line 604 Fifth Avenue . . . New York, N.Y. 25 and 32 Broadway . . New York, N.Y. 177 State Street . . . . Boston, Mass. 112 W.AdamsStreet . . . Chicago, Ill. 101 Bourse Building . . Philadelphia. Pa. 514 WestSixth Street . Los Angeles, Calif. 1519 Railroad Avenue So., Seattle, Wash. HUGH MACKENZIE, GeneralPassengerAgent Robert Dollar Bldg., San Francisco, Calif. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."