National Geographic : 1934 Jun
lve WOMEN li/e Te 7/aILar Have you more things to do in New York than time to accomplish them? The pressure of crowded days is magically lightened by Waldorf services. Secretaries and personal maids are quickly available. And there is every facility for entertaining... in your own charming suite, or in any of the delightful Waldorf restaurants. f~te :IOLYMPI tl tle NO KINDLY GENIE could conjure for you a more glorious experience than the elec trified ride on the silent roller-bearing OLYMPIAN. 656 sootless, cinderless, fume less miles over four great mountain ranges! Open observation cars, friendly service, de lightful meals. Beginning this summer, club observation and dining cars will be air-conditioned. TRAVEL COSTS ARE DOWN! Go where you please, independently or on all-expense tours. Yellowstone Park, Mt. Rainier, Mt. Baker, Olympic Pen insula. Steamship sailings from Seattle for Alaska. For illustratedfolders, write Geo. B. Haynes, Passenger Traffic Manager The Milwaukee Road Room 415, Union Station, Chicago, Illinois zioo-n 1934-NATIONAL PARKS YEAR "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."