National Geographic : 1926 Mar
Go to Europe on one of your own ships DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR, your money buys more on United States Lines ships. You enjoy the utmost in comfort, cuisine and service for whatever price you pay. Tourist III Cabin from $95 With special round trip from $170. A new type of accommodation introduced to con form with American standards of comfort and economy. Commodious two, four and six berth staterooms. Snowy linen, courte ous service and best food. Rates vary with choice of ship. Second Cabin from $136.25 For this modest sum you can enjoy the com fort of Second Cabin on that great Atlantic favorite the GEORGE WASHINGTON. Similar accommodations on the LEVIATHAN from $147.50. Long broad decks, deep carpeted lounges and comfortable smoking rooms. Luxurious travel at moderate cost. Cabin Class from $145 This is all it need cost you to travel aboard such distinguished Cabin (one class) ships as the PRESIDENT HARDING and PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT-the fastest Cabin ships afloat, or the AMERICA, the largest Cabin liner. The REPUBLIC, also a Cabin ship, is slightly smaller, with rates from $140. First Class from $231 This is the minimum first class rate on the GEORGE WASHINGTON, whose beautiful Colonial furniture and refined atmosphere have endeared it to thousands. First class on the LEVIATHAN, flagship of the fleet and most famous ship in the world, from $290. * * * Regular sailings from New York to Cobh (Queenstown), Plymouth, Cherbourg, South ampton and Bremen. Ask your local steamship agent for complete information or write to 45 Broadway, New York City. * * * First class rates quoted above are minimum summer rates effective April Ist. United State ines Operating the LEVIATHAN, GEORGE WASHINGTON, \, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, PRESIDENT HARDING, 45 Broadway REPUBLIC and AMERICA New York City to Europe.