National Geographic : 1911 Nov
NORH GERMAN ITALY- EGYPT-INDIA MODERNTWINSCREW STEAMERS; LUXURIOUSSUR ROUNDINCS; UNEXCELLED CUISINE; LICHT, AIRY * Writefor raT elers' checks good "Around-the-World BooAleiK all over the world. SOELRICHS & CO.,GeneralAgents,5 BROADWAY,N.Y. SH. CLAUSSENIUS& CO. ALLOWAY & CHAMPION, i HICA CO R.CdPELLE WINNEPE SANFRANCISCO Cunard Winter Cruises ITALY -RIVIERA- EGYPT Madeira, Gibraltar, Algiers, Villefranche or Genoa, Naples, Alexandria, and Fiume tCARMANIA 20,000 Tons LACONIA 18,000 Tons FRANCONIA 18,150 Tons CARONIA 20,000Tons tLargest Turbine Steamer Ever Sent to the Mediterranean. Jan. 6, Jan. 20, Feb. 3, Feb. 20, Mar. 2 Feb. 20th and March 2d Sailings omit call at Fiume. Special Fall Sailing from New York to the Medi terranean-S.S. IVERNIA, November 30 A LA CARTE service without charge. Stopovers permitted. FOR PARTICULARS,ETC., APPLY TO DEPT. Y TE THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO., Ltd. THE New York, Boston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, St. Louis, San Francisco, Montreal, Toronto, and AMERICAN RIVIERA innipegor Local1Agents. Equal scenic beauties and more delightful SOUTH AMERICA climatic conditions than the Mediterranean Semi-Annual Grand Tour leaves New York Jan. 27 . resorts, and right in America's front yard. AROUND THE WORLD Bermu-a Where the Sun Is Small select party leaves Jan. 6. Travel de ILuxe. Always Shining TOURS TO THE ORIENT Lowest rates that ever prevailed by the pala- Select limited Tours to Egypt, Palestine, Turkey, Greece, etc., leave Jan. 6,10, 20, 24; Feb. 3, 14, 20, 21; tial Transatlantic liner "Tagus," 5,545 tons. March 2. Itineraries are varied and inclusive; every detail the best. See the Canal Before Panama EGYPT AND THE NILE the Water Goes n Cook's luxurious Nile steamers leave Cairo every few Guides appointed by the Gov't Commission days during the season for the First and Second Cat show R. M. S. P . tourists over the Isthmus. aracts, the Sudan, etc; also elegant private steam ers and dahabeahs for families and private parties. Cuba Quaint Ancient Cities Illustratedbooklets for each series and Impressive Ruins Still retaining its Spanish splendor and fas- THOS. COOK & SON cinations, but fast assuming modern ways. NEW YORK: 245 Broadway, 264 Fifth Ave. Garden of Eden in BOSTON PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO Garden of Eden in Jamaica SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGEIES theCaribbean MONTREAI, TORONTO Declared by travelers to be more beautiful in Cook's Travelers' Cheques are good all over the World its tropical splendor than any other country. The West Indies Fleet TRAVEL WITH DUNNING Thames, 5,621 Tons Clyde, 5,618 Tons EGYPT, PALESTINE, TURKEY, GREECE Oruba, 5,971 Tons Orotava, 5,980 Tons February 3 and 20 THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO. Fou unsurpassed tours with maximum time on land. Efficient American leadership. Dr. A. E . Sanderson & Son, Gen. Agts. 22 State St., N. Y. Dunning, Editor-in-Chief of "Congregationalist," 15 South La Salle St., Chicago, Ill. special lecturer. Thirteenth season. Other tours W. H. Eaves, 200 Washington St., Boston March 2, April 20, and June 15. also all Local Agents EUROPEAN TOURS in Spring and Summer, covering all countries. Wide range of prices. Write for advance booklet. Motor Tours. H. W. DUNNING & CO., 109 Congregational Bldg., BOSTON, MASS. "Geographic readers may depend upon the integrity of our advertisers."