National Geographic : 1924 Oct
Autumn SOrient ... a time of enchantment... Japan aglow with chrysanthemums ... the ancient streets of China gay with lan terns and flaming banners of red and gold... the chiming bells of old Manila . all this next door to the comforts and conveniences to which you are accustomed. Plan your trip now. Send the infor mation blank below for details of the wonders of the Orient and the five great "President" ships operated by the AdmiralOriental Line. These American vessels provide every travel luxury and make the fastest time from the United States across the Pacific. Asailing every 12 days from Seattle over the popular "Short Route" to Yokohama, Kobe, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Manila. Admiral OrientalLine 32 Broadway . . New York City 112 W. Adams St. . Chicago, Ill. L.C.Smith Bldg. . Seattle, Wash. Managing Operators for U. S. SHIPPING BOARD INFORMATION BLANK To U. S. Shipping Board Information Office 1557 Washington, D. C. Please send without obligation illustrated literature, including "To the Orient from Seattle," giving com - plete information about travel to and in the Far East and theships and service of the Admiral Oriental Line. I will go about . There will be persons in my party. Name Address - 'v-------- Fine Art Reproductions of Distinguished Works of American Art For 29 years a hall-mark of good taste in pictures For Gifts, your Home, and Schools One can live without art--utnot so well Extensive choice of subjects, including ABBEY'S HOLY GRAIL, depicting the Triumph of Right Over Evil Prices from $2.00 to $100.00 Pictures for every room in your home THE OATHOF KNIGHTHOOD,by E. A. Abbey WE SEND PRINTS ON APPROVAL Send 2 5c for Illustrated Catalogue (Stamps accepted) It is practically a Handbook of American Art ALSO YOUR OLD FAMILY PORTRAITS done privately in the Copley Prints from old daguerreotypes, faded photographs, tintypes, snapshots, etc. They make unique gifts to your relatives. Above picture copyrightby Edwin A. Abbey; from a Copley Print copyrightby CURTIS & CAMERON, 106 Harcourt Street, BOSTON Salesroom: Pierce Building, opposite Public Library PinUp YourFavorite Pictures From Geographic Mounted or unmounted prints are easily fastened up without injuring Iwalls or pic tures, with Moore P ush-P Co., Ph iadelphia, Pa.ns Glass Heads-Steel Points CLARK'S 5th CRUISE AROUND THE WORLD From N. Y. Jan.For the framed pictures, or any other and Anchor heavy woil-burnin S. S. "Califdeorati000 tons,user a fascinatinitinerary Moore Push-less Hangers Riviera, w stop-over priviHanger with the Tist 4 MONTHS, Evewh1250 up MoorIncluding Hotels, Drives, Guides, Fees, etc. CLARK'S21st CRUISE,JAN. TOE MEDITERRANEAN AROUND THE WORLD FromBy speci Jan by speally chartered, sumptuous new oil-burninard S. S. "Laco oil-burning S. S. "California" 17,000 tons, over a fascinating itinerary, including Havana, Panama Banal, Los Angeles, Hawaiian islands. 18 days in Japan and China (Pekin optional), Manila, Java, Singapore, 20r0h,option 18 days n India, Cainro,gyt an aleAtine Spain, Riviera, with stop-over privileges in Europe. 4 MONTHS, $1250 up es, Including ees, Hotels, Drives, Guides, Fees, etc 700 passengers. CLARK'S 21st CRUISE, JAN. 31 T& MEDITERRANEAN By specially chartered, sumptuous new oil-burning S. S. "Laconia," 20,000 tons. 62 days' cruise. 17 days in Egypt and Palestine; Spain, Athens, Rome, Constantinople, Riviera, etc. $600 up, including Hotels, Guides, Drives, Fees, etc. We expect to carry 600 to 700 passengers. Please ask for the program that interests you. Frank C. Clark, Times Bldg., N. Y.