National Geographic : 1933 Mar
Highway of Happy Horizons A trip to the Orient! Japan! China! Philippines! Stopover at Honolulu! So near in dollars, you can take it. * Large, fast, motor ships with every 20th century convenience. Com modious public salons. Generously dimen sioned staterooms. Courteous, willing service. Your favorite dishes prepared with Oriental artistry. From San Francisco and Los Angeles. FIRST CLASS SECOND CLASS $310up * $190up Also new motorships from Seattle andVancouver direct to Japan...Cabin Class $250 up, Tourist Cabin $130 up. Write to Dept. 9, or call at One of the world's largest and oldest shipping companies New York, 25 Broadway, 545 Fifth Ave. * San Francisco, 551 Market St. * Seattle, 1404 Fourth Ave. * Chicago, 40 North Dearborn St. * Los Angeles, 605 South Grand Ave., or any Cunard Line office. Consult local tourist agent. He knows. Never neglect ankle injuries. Always pat on Sloan's as soon as possible. SWOLLEN ANKLE -bruises, sprains Injuries to ankles and leg tendons can become serious if neglected. In every case, pat on Sloan's as soon as possible. It rushes fresh blood to the injured spot instantly, re lieves the pain, keeps swelling down. At the same time, healing white blood cells mend broken tis sues and prevent complications... Always keep a bottle of Sloan's handy-at home and in camp. Costs only 35¢ at all drug stores. SLOAN'S LINIMENT ON THE AIR! WARDEN LAWES IN "20,000 YEARS IN SING SING" Every Sunday, 9 P.M., E.S.T. N.B .C. Blue Network Stations "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."