National Geographic : 1931 Jul
"GO EMPRESS" ... the fastest crossing * Empress speed gives you extra days for the Orient. Empress luxury surrounds you... aboard Empress of Japan, the Pacific's largest, fastest liner. You enjoy talked-of cuisine... service in the Orient tradition. via Honolulu orDirectExpress * With Empress of Canada, her sister-ship-in-luxury, she goes via Honolulu, connecting with San Francisco and Los Angeles sailings. On the Direct Express are Empress of Russia and Em press of Asia. Both routes from Vancouver and Victoria. Now, also, "Empress" Cabin at much lower rates. Also "Tourist" and "Third." * Independent travel-touring round-the-world and Orient conducted tours. Low-cost Round Trip Sum mer Fares! "First" from $450... "Cabin" from $285 Information and reservations from your agent or Canadian Pacific: New York, Chicago, Montreal and 32 other cities in U. S. and Canada. THE ARGOSY OF GEOGRAPHY An old-time "Square Rigger," from a photograph by John Oliver La Gorce. Blue graphotint, 27 x 20 inches, on fine art paper, $1.50; framed, $8.00 For Summer Home or Camp HEIR pictorial charm, outdoor subjects, size, and moderate cost make Geographic pictures ideal for beautifying summer places. Illustrated are two very popular subjects. . .On request-descriptive circular of entire series priced at 50c up. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY WASHINGTON, D. C. Prints and framed pictures postpaid in U. S. and Can ada. Unframed prints shipped abroad, 25cadditional. MAPS OF DISCOVERY Giving the effect of age-worn, time-colored, fanci ful Fifteenth Century charts, these mapstrace the courses of great discoverers. Superbly colored. 18 x19 inches. Print of either hemisphere, $1.00 framed, $6.00. '///////////////////////////////////////////////////////^w I OTO THEnT O ifenT HONOLULU YOKOHAMA C *.. iKOBE anadian NAGASAKI Pii SHANGHAI Pacific HONG KONG MANILA World's Greatest Travel System "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." Whatever Your Question about words, persons, places, 3 look it up in the " Supreme Authority" ... WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY 462,000 Entries, 2,700 Pages, 12,000 Biographical names, 32,000 SGeographical subjects, 0,000 IIlus trtions. Regular and India-Paper Edi tions. Write for specimen pages, etc., mentioning this magazine, to G. & C. Merriam Co., Springfield, Mass.