National Geographic : 1930 Apr
COO D NIGHT Jlht ':8ook,-Cadillac tofol DETROIT 9ood night If you'd ask, or if you'll listen, you'll hear folks tell great tales of the Book Cadillac Hotel. They'll tell ofbeautiful, colorful, pleasant rooms for 3 and 4 and 5 dollars a day; most of them at 4. They'll tell of a kindly, friendly wel come and of young men who serve so swiftly, so quietly. You'll hear them tell of fragrant coffee and of savoury, strange and appetizing foods, by Garces, chef, incomparable. They'll tell of a lobby brave with the colors of Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac; seablues, pennon reds, rusty golds; and of passing, con stantly passing people, lean and eager adventurers on life's business. Always they tell of sleep, of sleeping in the softest and sleepiest beds in all the world, in the softest and sleepiest in all the world. Good night. See you soon. hoe Bookl-adillc otl ON WASHINGTON BOULEVARD THE STREET OF FINE SHOPS DETROIT CARL M. SNYDE A .. MANAGING DIRECTOR N ~5ffA'IR~AV I WW~ on the GREAT LAKES pLAN that vacation you'll never forget-cruising the cool Great Lakes! TakeanyofthefamousD&C restful trips, visiting Buffalo and Niagara Falls...Cleveland... Detroit ... Chicago . .. Mackinac Island and St. Ignace in the heart of Michigan's summer play-land. YOU'LL enjoy these attractive places and the luxurious life on D & C steamers. Comfortable state rooms, spacious lounge rooms, dance bands, social activities, splendid cuisine-with very low fares! DAILY SERVICE 1 WAY R. T. Detroit-Buffalo $5 g10 Detroit-Cleveland $3 $ 5.50 3 SAILINGS WEEKLY-Beg. June26 Detroit-Chicago $31 $52.50 Detroit to Mackinac $15 $26.50 Liberal Stop-over Privileges. Autos Carried. Send for illustrated book "Vacation Days." DETROIT & CLEVELAND NAVIGATION COMPANY E. H. McCracken, P. T. M. 4 Wayne St., Detroit, Mich. b,~ b r_-b- I -b-~- I-~- ~ _- "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."