National Geographic : 1923 Dec
Egypt and the Mediterranean Color, warmth, beauty, mystery! Alex andria,Monte Carlo,Algiers, Gibraltar -names that conjure up a world of colorful romance-places that offer a world of pleasure. See them all-and many more fascinating cities-on a skilfully directed voyage de luxe. The White Star Liner Adriatic January 5 and February 23. The Red Star Liner Lapland-January 16 and March 5. West Indies Leave winter behind and follow the summer sun to the age-old cities of the Caribbean. See gay Havana, Trinidad, Bermuda, Kingston, San Juan. See the Panama Canal. Twenty-nine glorious days of interesting re laxation. White Star Liner Megantic -specially constructed for cruising-January 23 and Feb ruary 26., All sailings from NewYork For detailedinformation apply to No.1 Broadway, New York, oranyauthor ized steamship agent. WHITE STAR LINE RED STAR LINE %rg . _ . _ _ . . _ _ _ _ J CLARK'S 4th CRUISE AROUND THE WORLD From N. Y. Jan. 15, by specially chartered New Cunarder "Laco nia, 20,000 tons, over a fascinating itinerary, including Havana Pana ma Canal Los Angeles Hawaiian Islands. 18 days in Japan and China (Pekin optional), Manila, Java, Singapore, Burmah, option 18 days in India, Cairo, Jerusalem, Athens, Naples, Riviera, with stop over privileges in Europe. 4 MONTHS, $1000 up Including Hotels, Drives, Guides, Fees, etc. Best accommodations on ship, without bath, $3750 CLARK'S 21st CRUISE, FEB. 2nd TO MEDITERRANEAN By specially chartered, sumptuous S. S . BALTIC (White Star Line) 23,884 tons. 65 days' cruise. 18 days in Egypt and Palestine; Spain, Athens, Rome, Constantinople, Riviera, etc. $600 up, including Hotels, Guides, Drives, Fees, etc. We expect to carry 600 to 700 passengers. Frank C. Clark, Times Bldg., N. Y. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."