National Geographic : 1929 Jul
IT/ MYSTERY AND ENCHANTMENT UNFOLD BEFORE YOU on t§ ke age olJour reams' NATIVE hawkers sell India's treasures for a song . . . chrysoprase and curios, silks and saris. Resist them if you can i See lantern-lit Hongkong . . . with sampans scooting around like mad in a heavenly harbor. Step into another world ... through the portals of Peking's Hall of Harmony ... where gold dragons writhe on flaming pillars. Abandon yourself to the hyp notic beauty of Waikiki . . . in Hawaii's flower scented air. 33 countries . .. more places than any other cruise. Over 38000 miles... a lifetime's experiences in 140 days. All the luxury and cool comfort of the REOLUTEQUEEN LUTE OF CRUISING mOLUT E STEAMERS on its uniquely planned 7th Around the World Cruise. Sail eastward ... from New York Janu ary 6th, 1930, arriving in every country at the ideal season. An extraordinary program of shore excursions included in the rates- $2000 and up. Write for descriptive literature Hamburg-American L I N E 39 Broadway New York Branches in Boston - Chicago - Philadelphia St. Louis - San Francisco - Los Angeles - Montreal Winnipeg - Edmonton - Or Local Tourist Agents The Changeless Wonder of the CAPES W HEN Cartier's tiny ship hove to beneath the stupendous mountains of rock that guard the mouth of the Saguenay River, un broken mystery lay beyond. Even today there hangs over these giants, which men have called Trinity and Eternity, the impenetrable secret of the north. Like the northern lights, that shoot green and silver at night above their black heads, there is something unexplained in their eternal majesty. Your luxurious steamer passes near on un fathomed waters on its trip from Montreal and Quebec. You will have seen fashionable Mur ray Bay and quaint Tadoussac. The Saguenay by moonlight remains as the climax of your cruise. IMPORTANT-Our ships sail from the head of the Great Lakes down the St. Lawrence River, through the Saguenay Canyon, nearly 2000 miles of beauty and grandeur. The river varies from roaring rapids to a vast expanse of blue water 18 miles wide. Steamers may be boarded at Lewiston, Rochester, Duluth or Detroit in the U.S.A., or at Queenston, Toronto, Montreal or Quebec in Canada. Send for illustrated Booklet, Map and Guide. For full information, rates and reservations apply CANADA STEAMSHIP LINES 715 VICTORIA SQUARE - MONTREAL Agents in the Principal Cities of the United States and Canada, or your own Tourist Agent S12M "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."