National Geographic : 1914 Mar
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD The Key to Europe The leading passenger carrier between Europe and the United States in 1913. having repeated its marvelous record of 1912. THERE ARE MANY REASONS WHY North German Lloyd ships brought 20 per cent. of all first-class passengers into New York in 1913; 15.66 per cent. of the second cabin and 20.98 per cent. of the steerage, with over twenty lines competing. THERE ARE MANY REASONS WHY. Reemeber These Few: UNEXCELLED SERVICE DELICIOUS MEALS LUXURIOUS FURNISHINGS IMMACULATE LINEN FREQUENT SAILINGS FAST, STEADY SHIPS BUT ALWAYS-SAFETY FIRST Three sailing days a week from New York-Express Steamers Tuesdays, Fast Mail Steamers Thursdays and Saturdays to LONDON-PARIS-BREMEN Sailings, too, from Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, New Orleans, Galveston and New York by one cabin (II) steamers at remarkably low rates. Saturday sailings from New York to the Mediterranean-Gibraltar, Algiers, Genoa and Naples. Connections at Genoa and Naples with North German Lloyd Imperial Mail Steamers for Egypt, India and all points in the Far East. Through rates from New York to South America via Europe, combining two great trips in one. Independent Around the World Trips, $620.65 THERE IS ALWAYS A LLOYD SHIP IN PORT TO TAKE YOU WHEREVER YOU WOULD GO For Detailed Information Address OELRICHS & CO., Gen. Agts., 5 Broadway, New York he H. Claussenius & Co., Chicago Robert Capelle. San Francisco y Central National Bank, St. Louis Alloway & Champion, Winnipeg Eur Europe "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."