National Geographic : 1924 Oct
Tm s- rANIA GOES TO SEGYPT This far-famed liner, an oil-burner and one of the world's most commodious, comfortable and up- to-date steamers-will sail from New York Feb. 17, 1925, on a special trip to Egypt via Mediterranean ports. AN OPPORTUNITY UNEXCELLED to enjoy the inimitable Cunard service and cuisine while trav eling to the land of the Pharaohs for the Egyptian season, with ample time to visit many of the most interesting Mediterranean points en route. Ports of call: Madeira, Gibraltar,Algiers, Monaco, Naples, Athens, Haifa (for passengers wishing'to visit Palestine) and Alexandria. Round trip tickets returning via North Atlantic. WEST INDIES CRUISES by S. S. Tuscania Jan. 22 and Feb. 24, 1925 CUNARD-ANCHOR STEAMSHIP LINES 25 Broadway New York or Branches and Agencies mention the Geographic "Mention the Geographic- -It identifies you." Check for Safety AN investment is not an in vestment until it has been checked for safety-prompt payment of both principal and interest, when due. First mortgage securities offered by S.W.STRAUS &. CO. have always been paid in cash when due for 42 years.Inves. tigate these sound bonds they check for safety. Call or write for BOOKLET J-1408 S.W. STRAUS & CO. Established I88z Incorporated STRAUS BUILDING STRAUS BUILDING ,55 Fifth Avenue 6 North Clark Street at 46th St. at Madison St. NEW YORK CHICAGO 6t h ANNUAL AMERICAN EXPRESS ----- WsWth The plend A most exceptional Tour--Trwo distinct Cruises in One. All the most interesting countries on both sides of South America. The inspiringtrip-Across the West Indies, on the way back. The Splendid Pacific Liner-S. S. Ebro-going down-the new S. S. Voltaire (Lamport and Holt Line) coming back. Cost -from $1950 up, including all shore excursions. The best of every 65 Broadway, New York Always carry American Express Travelers Cheques.