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Array  Canadian Pacific
Chalet-Bungalow
c
amps
French River
Centre for wonderful fishing. . . bass,
muskies, pickerel, great northern
pike . . . canoe trips through a maz,e
of waterways. Golf privileges, too.
New log cabin camp at Pine Rapids.
French River Station is on the
Canadian Pacific, 215 miles north of
Toronto, 45 miles south of Sudbury.
P.O. address, Asinka, Ont.   (See p. 9.)
Nipigon River
Near the mouth of the far-famed
Nipigon River. Outlying campsites
at St. Ignace Island . . . for square-*
tailed brook trout, lake trout and
pickerel. Tennis, swimming, dancing.
22, hours by train from Toronto ... or
go via the Great Lakes. 2 hours from
Port Arthur and Fort William. P.O.
address,   Nipigon,   Ont.     (See p. 14.)
Devil's Gap^ Kenora
An ideal vacationland in Lake of the
Woods. Golf, tennis, swimming,
boating, fishing . . . for muskies, bass,
lake trout and pike. On the Canadian
Pacific, 126 miles east of Winnipeg.
Detrain at Kenora. P.O. address,
Kenora, Ont.   (See p. 16.)
in
Ontario Special bulletins on fishing
and hunting are obtainable
from A. 0. Seymour, General Tourist Agent, Canadian Pacific, Montreal.
Ontario
Individual leaflets have also
been issued by French River,
Nipigon and Devil's Gap
(Kenora) Chalet-Bungalow
Camps.
Myriad lakes make Ontario an aquatic paradise
ORANGE, cerise and yellow em'
bers smoulder at the base of the
pale green sky; giant pines and red
granite islands soften in the purple
dusk; and cool night breezes take
the sting of the sun out of your
face. The rhythmic drip and swish
of the guide's paddle; the merry
rattle of the ripples under the bow of
the canoe. Under the foredeck a mess
of bass such as will inspire much "arm
stretching'' on winter evenings. And
that fifteen pound muskie—whew,
what a battle! Hooked on a six ounce
rod while casting. Fought you, like
the great warrior he is, for fully half
an hour. Broke water four times—once
to stand on his tail and shake the
flashing copper spoons in his gills like
a terrier shaking a rat. . . Wood smoke
tingles pleasantly in your nostrils.
Half a mile ahead in the clearing the
tents are flushed by the glow of the
camp-fire. The frogs begin their
nightly organ recital; the little green
chaps piping a high • tremolo to the
booming bass of the big marums; the
piccolo of the whip-poor-will and the
reeds of the cricket supply the air.
Something breaks the shadowy waters
off to the left, a loon chuckles with
you and there is a deep and binding
content in your heart.
Of course, "going native11 is by no
means the sole delight of this wonderland. For you, who are feverishly
striving to reduce that handicap, there
is golf—and such golf! And Lake of
the Woods, Muskoka, Pointe au
Baril, Kawartha, the Rideau and the
resorts along Lakes Ontario and Erie
cater to sophisticated and naive alike:
aquaplaning, beach dinners, dancing,
bathing, moonlight flotillas, flirtations
—a kaleidoscope of fun to suit the
tastes of the devotee of the dinner
jacket or the lad who scorns anything
more elaborate than his old khaki
trousers and sweater.
Or, if you want to "hit the trail,"
to lose yourself in that sanctuary of
the soul, the remote, unspoiled wooded
waters where bass, lunge and trout
are not as yet man-wise, the French,
Nipigon, and Severn Rivers, Lake
Nipissing and the hinterland of Algoma
and Temiskaming offer you unexcelled
sport amid the Forest Primeval.
Such is the lure of Ontario. Cradled
in its forests are thousands of lakes
and rivers that teem with fish and
game, far more than enough to satisfy
the most avid sportsman. The Canadian Pacific Railway has brought the
best of them within easy reach with
its network of lines interlacing this vast
paradise above the Great Lakes, and
has, at various points, built its own
Chalet-Bungalow Camps for your
more perfect enjoyment of them. Each
resort is a paradise of health and
recreation for the kiddies.
To more than seventy-five million
people these Happy Hunting Grounds
are but little more than an overnight
journey away by Canadian Pacific,
with Toronto as the gateway.
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Printed in Canada, 1932 Toronto skyline, showing the Royal York Hotel
Beautiful Cities
Toronto, the " Queen City," so-
named for the beauty of its tree-girt
boulevards, its gracious residences and
delightful parks, is situated on an
island-sheltered bay in the northwestern corner of Lake Ontario. All
main lines from Chicago, Detroit,
Buffalo, Ottawa and Montreal converge upon this natural jumping-off
spot for the Resorts in Ontario.
Notwithstanding  its  proximity   to
these primitive beauty spots, Toronto
is a vast cosmopolitan city with a
population of nearly three-quarters of a
million. No city in Canada has a more
enviable record in industrial, artistic
and educational achievement. In
Queen's Park is the famous University of Toronto, which draws its
20,000 students from all over the world.
To the Ontario Parliament Buildings,
also in Queen's Park, is but a few
moments' walk. Or perhaps, you would
view the city with its great stores and
exclusive shops from the 300-foot clock
tower of the City Hall down town.
Just below you, along the entire city
waterfront stretches a marvellous boulevard all the way from Sunnyside, that
mecca of summer gaiety: canoeing and
bathing inside the breakwaters—or
swimming in the palatial outdoor
pool—yachting beyond the breakwater, and a summer carnival in full
swing up the beach.
Following the boulevard into the
city you will pass through the beautiful
grounds of the Canadian National
Exhibition, the largest annual fair in
the world. Its mammoth Coliseum is
the scene of the Royal Winter Fair
as well as great military tournaments
and sporting events.
Perhaps your fancy strays sport-
wards. International League baseball,
upwards of thirty fine golf courses,
lacrosse, polo, tennis, soccer, badminton and hockey are at your command.
Or if you seek the art galleries, the
great libraries, museums or theatres,
the Information Bureau at the Royal
York Hotel will give you courteous and
accurate information.
The Royal York This palatial
Canadian Pacific Hotel, the centre
of Toronto's social life, is connected
with the Union Station by subway. It
is the largest hotel in the British Empire,
Spanish Suite—Royal York Hotel
[2] one of its features being the huge
convention facilities. Despite its
enormity, the Royal York preserves
that atmosphere of comfort and restful
charm so characteristic of all Canadian
Pacific Hotels. A fine golf course is
operated by the Royal York Hotel
Golf Club for the guests' convenience.
Hamilton Between Toronto and
Buffalo, on the extreme western bay
of Lake Ontario, situated in the
heart of that wonderful garden, the
Niagara fruit belt, and with its background of green mountains, is Hamilton.
McMaster University is outstanding
amongst its educational institutions.
At Hamilton Beach aquatic sports
of every variety flourish, and several
fine golf courses are within easy reach
of the city. Or, if you are historically
minded, Stoney Creek Battlefield is
worthy of a visit.
Niagara Falls If you would see
the great cataract at Niagara, you
may sail there or take the Toronto,
Hamilton and Buffalo Railway through
the beauteous Niagara peninsula. And
if you have the rare fortune to pass
through its endless reaches of orchards
at blossom time a vista of overwhelming
loveliness awaits you. The Falls itself!
Mere words can never describe the
majesty of that terrific sweep of water
that thunders down from Lake Erie
and roars along the Great Gorge.
Ottawa Capital of the Dominion
of Canada, Ottawa is easily accessible by Canadian Pacific main lines
from Montreal or Toronto. Here an
entirely different spectacle may attend
you. The opening of the Federal
Parliament is a glittering function,
carried out with all the pomp and
circumstance of Westminster on a
smaller scale.
Majestically enthroned upon a high
bluff looking across the Ottawa River
to the Laurentian Mountains, the
stately Gothic buildings of the Houses
of Parliament are a worthy setting for
Canadian Government. And out of
them rises the beautiful Peace Tower,
containing the world's largest carillon.
In Ottawa is situated Rideau Hall,
the official residence of the Governor-
General. It is the centre of the city's
brilliant social life. Other points of
interest include the War Memorial
Chapel, the Royal Mint, the Victoria
Museum, the enormous pulp and paper
industries in Lower Town. Miles upon
miles of beautiful driveways and parks
abound, while to the north of the
city are the excellent Pontiac and
Gatineau fishing districts.
Gore Park, Hamilton
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Niagara Falls
3] Bala, gateway to the Muskokas
Muskoka & Severn River
fROM golf in spotless linens on the
beautiful course of the fashionable
Royal Muskoka Hotel to sleeping under
the stars on a bed of moss, dreaming of
tomorrow's battle with a four-pound
bass, is a far cry. Yet it is all here in
Muskoka. Here, incidentally, the hay-
fever victim may breathe freely. For the
cool, invigorating, pine-scented breezes
of Muskoka offer him immunity.
Four hours from Toronto by Canadian Pacific to Bala and this magic
country is at your feet. Bala, itself a
delightful resort with a tricky 9'hole
golf course, is situated on the western
shore of Lake Muskoka at the mouth
of the Muskoka River, and is a convenient outfitting post for the angler
and camper. Or you can step out
of your train onto the wharf where a
comfortable steamer of the Muskoka
Lakes Navigation Co. waits to ferry
you over the twenty-one mile expanse
of Lake Muskoka and beyond.
If you are going to Bracebridge or on
into Lakes Rosseau and Joseph, you will
change steamers at Beaumaris.
Port Sandfield stands at the junction
of Lakes Rosseau and Joseph. The
latter, a yachtman's paradise, is famed
for its eighteen miles of clear open
reaches.     But  there  are  many  calm
stretches of water in lee of the islands.
At the northern extremity of Little
Lake St. Joseph, Muskoka Natural Park,
a beautiful sloping woodland and
plateau, is a favourite picnic resort.
There need be no jaded moments in
the Muskoka Lakes, what with bathing,
sailing, canoeing, motor-boating, tennis,
steamer excursions and dancing in fine
pavilions to excellent music. Of golf,
there are seven courses in play: Beaumaris, Rosseau and Windermere consisting of 18 holes, and Royal Muskoka,
Elgin House, Monteith House and
Judhaven of 9 holes. The fishing in
the lakes shows yearly improvement
owing   to   successful   restocking.
One hundred miles in a single day
is the lovely cruise now available on
the spacious steamers of the Muskoka
Lakes Navigation Co. Lakes Rosseau
and Joseph, Mirror Lake and Muskoka
National Park are visited.
Wigwassan Lodge, a unique holiday
resort, is situated in a beautiful natural
park on Tobin's Island with three miles
of waterfront. This summer centre of
Canadian Chautauqua offers a programme of lectures, music and dramatics that is an annual delight to people
of culture from all over the continent,
including many well-known Canadian
poets and authors. Recreation facilities
and accommodation are comparable
with the best in the Muskoka region.
Apply Canadian Chautauqua Limited,
Wigwassan, P.O., Ont.
The Severn River One hundred
and eight miles north of Toronto by
Canadian Pacific lies Severn Falls
Station, the gateway to the Severn
River, that haven of incomparable bass
and pickerel fishing. Lost Channel in
the Severn is a favourite haunt of the
exacting angler. And by canoe or
launch to Gloucester Pool and the
Lower Georgian Bay resorts is a
picturesque   fishing   trip.
Hotel accommodation in the Severn
River district is good and includes the
Severn Grotto (Mr. A. J. McAlpine)
and the Hotel Waubic, prettily situated
up river about a mile from the station.
Free camping sites are also available.
Severn Lodge, one of the attractive
and well-equipped camps on the Severn,
is situated at Lynch's Portage.
Detailed information regarding the
Severn district may be had from the
Chamber of Commerce, Severn Falls,
Ont., or the Trent Waterway-Iroquois
Trail Association, Peterboro, Ont.
4] Royal NLuskoka Golf Course
Kawartha & Orillia
"JjRIGHT waters and happy lands."
All that significant meaning have
the Indians packed into their word
"Kawartha." The very names of the
lakes are music in the ears of holiday
seekers-—Rice, Katchewanookna, Clear,
Stony, Lovesick, Deer Bay, Chemong,
Buckhorn, Sandy, Bald, Pigeon, Balsam,
Cameron, Sturgeon, Scugog-—a chain of
lakes 150 miles in length. It is possible,
in fact, to traverse the province from
Lake Ontario to Georgian Bay by
means of these beautiful waterways.
Bobcaygeon, in the heart of this
region, is reached by branch line from
Burketon Jet., on the Canadian Pacific
main line from Toronto to Montreal
via Peterboro.
West of Bobcaygeon lies Sturgeon
Lake, a beauty spot frequented by the
people of Lindsay, itself an ideal resort.
East of Bobcaygeon lies Pigeon Lake
with its picturesque islands and summer homes. Through Gannon's
Narrows into Buckhorn Lake and the
popular hotels at Hall's Bridge and Oak
Orchard are headquarters for 'lunge
and bass fishing.
Peterboro The eastern gateway to
the Kawartha chain is Peterboro on
the main line of the Canadian Pacific
from Toronto to Montreal. It boasts
the highest hydraulic lift lock of its
type in the world and has a picturesque
18 hole golf course, excellent hotels and
fully stocked outfitters.
During the summer months a motor
bus service operates from the Canadian
Pacific station to Lakefieid and
McCracken's Landing, connecting at
the latter point with rapid launch
service to Kawartha Park, Burleigh
Falls, Juniper Island,  Mount Julian,
Viamede, Glenwood and Crow's Landing, all resorts with good accommodation  on Clear and Stony Lakes.
Clear Lake boasts a popular resort,
with a splendid hotel, at South Beach
near Young's Point. And Kawartha
Park is the Lake's largest cottage settlement. Shallow sandy beaches make the
bathing extremely safe.
Black bass and 'lunge provide good
sport around the Stony Lake resorts.
On Lovesick Lake, not far from Stony
Lake, is situated the Burleigh Falls
Fishing Club, Inc., open to the public.
There are numerous other resorts of
this type in the Kawartha Lakes
District, notably Beachwood, on Deer
Bay, and Buckhorn Lodge on Buckhorn
Lake, with guides and boats available.
About twelve miles by good highway below Peterboro lies Rice Lake
whose immense beds of wild rice
make for excellent duck shooting.
'Lunge and bass are also plentiful.
Chemong Lake, a popular resort
north of Peterboro is reached by six
miles of good motor road.
The Chamber of Commerce or the
Trent Waterway-Iroquois Trail Asso- .
ciation at Peterboro, Ont., will furnish
detailed   information   regarding    the
Kawartha region.
Orillia Two large lakes make Orillia
an ideal centre for summer holidays
and here there is a 52-acre Tourist
Camp. Lakes Couchiching and Simcoe
offer in all more than 40 miles of inland
waters and the steamer Couchiching
makes daily trips on the lakes during
July and August. Pickerel, bass, and
'lunge keep the angler's hands full.
Apply to the Secretary of the Board of
Trade, Orillia, Ont., for information.
Tweed and the Trent   On the
main line of the Canadian Pacific
between Montreal and Toronto via
Peterboro lie Havelock and Tweed,
where some of the finest 'lunge, bass,
and pickerel fishing obtain, as well as
good duck shooting. Write the
Secretary of the Board of Trade, Tweed,
Ont., or the Trent River Game and
Fisheries Protective Assn., Havelock.
.
Yachting is popular in Ontario's Resorts
[5] Lake Ontario
Sea Shore
ONE hundred and eighty miles of
inland seashore. That is Lake Ontario's
gift to the holiday maker, equally
alluring as an escape to secluded farm
house and cottage, or the more hilarious
fun-making in gay summer colonies.
Port Hope, picturesquely situated
where the Ganaska River flows into
Lake Ontario, has fine bathing beaches
and, in a lovely pine grove, camping
quarters. Overlooking the lake is a
sporty 9'hole golf course. Port Hope
is the home of the Summer School of
Ontario College of Art and Trinity
College School. And it is but ten
miles to Bewdley on Rice Lake.
At Cobourg beautiful summer villas
are set on the lake. Visitors may find
accommodation in the one summer and
three commercial hotels, and in boarding houses, or in the cottages of nearby
colonies on Rice Lake—Gore's Landing
and Harwood being quite popular.
Victoria Park has a fine bathing beach
with Tourist Camp adjacent. Besides
bowling greens and tennis courts,
Cobourg has a pretty 9'hole golf course.
For information regarding hotel accommodation, apply to the Secretary of
the Board of Trade.
Brighton is a pretty little rural town
two miles from the shore of Lake
Ontario, with an excellent hotel.
Presqu'Isle Point, six and a half miles
away, lies like a finger five miles long
stretching into Lake Ontario. On
Presqu'Isle Bay is a row of cottages for
rent, a summer hotel, dancing pavilion,
tennis courts and golf course.
Where the Trent River empties into
the Bay of Quinte, stands Trenton,
starting point for the cruise through the
Great Trent Waterway to Georgian
Bay. Here are attractive hotels and
boarding houses as well as good accommodation on adjacent farms, a good
bathing beach, golf course and camping
place. The Bay provides bass, 'lunge,
and other varieties of game fish. For
fuller information write the Trent
Waterway-Iroquois Trail Association,
Peterboro, Ont.
Belleville, situated where the Moira
flows into the Bay of Quinte, is noted
as a yachting centre, the International
Yacht Races being held there. There
is also good fishing. The city offers all
aquatic sports and has two golf courses
and tourist camps. Around the Bay
are cottages for rent, while boarding
houses are found in the city and surrounding country. The Chamber of
Commerce will answer all enquiries.
On an Ontario beach
On and off
the Rideau
1HOSE delightful lakes adjacent to
the Rideau Canal have become familiarly known as the Rideau Lakes. While
the canal lies through river, lake and
lock from Ottawa to Kingston, most
of these lovely waterways lie within
a triangle, the base of which is a line
drawn from Sharbot Lake through
Perth to Smiths Falls, the apex being
Kingston.
Smiths Falls is 210 miles east of
Toronto. From the town good roads
radiate, while twice a week a comfortable little steamer calls and, after
following the Rideau River for ten
miles or so, enters Lake Rideau—a
beautiful stretch of water more than
twenty miles long. On its shores are
Rideau Ferry and Portland, with hotels
and boarding-houses. Beyond Upper
Rideau and Newboro, Chaffey's Locks
is becoming popular. In Rideau and
surrounding lakes, salmon trout, pike
and black bass are plentiful. Full
information may be obtained from the
Board of Trade.
Perth is a pretty little town whose
churches, public buildings and beautiful homes are built of native pink-
tinted Perth stone.   It boasts a sporty
[6]
9-hole golf course. Northwest are
Dalhousie and Bennett Lakes; south
are Otty, Black and Pike Lakes, all
offering bass and pickerel. Silver Lake
to the west harbours salmon trout.
Southwest, Christie Lake containing
thirty-seven lovely little islands, is
becoming a popular resort. For information write the Secretary of the
Board of Trade, Perth, Ont.
In Sharbot Lake and its companions
—Clear and White — bass, pike,
pickerel and salmon trout are plentiful.
North are the famous fishing waters of
Cross Lake; south, Crow and Bob's,
equally popular with hunter and angler.
At Sharbot Lake are a commercial hotel
and a comfortable inn.
Kingston, that fine old city of grey
stone, is known as the Limestone City.
Here are the beautiful stone buildings
of Queen's University and the Royal
Military College. The Chamber of
Commerce will supply information
regarding Kingston and the surrounding lakes, particularly referring to
accommodation, fishing, and hunting
in the Rideau Lake district.
Where the first of those remarkable
"Thousand Islands" thrusts its granite
nose above the St. Lawrence, lies
Brockville. This beautiful city has
a famous rowing club, tennis and golf
clubs, the latter offering the usual
courtesies. Luxurious motor boats offer
4>2'hour cruises twice daily through
the Thousand Islands.
Fishing in this part of the St.
Lawrence is especially good, maskinonge
up to 45 pounds having been taken.
Northwest of Brockville, Charleston
Lake offers bass, pike, salmon and
pickerel and on its shores are a summer
hotel and cottages. The Chamber of
Commerce  will  furnish   information.
Along the Rideau Erie, Huron & Georgian Bay
After the Battle
1 WO of the most popular resorts on
Lake Erie — Port Dover and Port
Stanley—might have been transported
by magic carpet from the Atlantic
seaboard what with their piers and
vast sandy beaches.
At Port Dover this illusion is
enhanced when the fishing fleet arrives
attended by flights of wheeling gulls.
You may reach Port Dover by electric
railway from Gait. Fishing, tennis,
dancing and golf at the Simcoe Golf
Club seven miles away are the attractions. Hotels, boarding houses and
cottages provide ample accommodation
and there is also a large Tourist Camp.
Full information may be secured from
the Board of Trade, Port Dover, Ont.
Port Stanley has two approaches: by
electric railway from London or daily
steamer service from Cleveland. A
board walk, miniature golf club, dancing pavilion, bathing houses, cottages
and a road all find room on the beach
at one point between the lake and the
great bluffs. Horseback riding, an 18-
hole golf course and good fishing are
among the many attractions.
Preston, three miles north of Gait,
owes its fame to its springs of mineral
water, which are of the sulphated-
sulphuretted-alkaline-saline type, and in
many respects resemble the famous hot
springs of Teplits in Austria. In
addition there is a fine outdoor swimming pool. The Waterloo Country
Club is only a mile away and horseback
riding and tennis are immediately at
hand. Puslinch Lake, a lovely spot
for bathing, is also within easy reach.
The lake offers good fishing for bass
and perch. The Board of Trade will
answer all enquiries.
Goderich, on the east shore of Lake
Huron, is reached by Canadian Pacific
from Hamilton and Toronto. The town,
built on the terraced bluffs overlooking
the broad expanse of Lake Huron, is
famous for its mineral water. There are
splendid beaches, and two and a half
miles away, where the Maitland River
wends its way among great bluffs to
Lake Huron, is Menesetung Park with
attractive cottages, a summer hotel
and picnic grounds. The lake contains
lake trout, perch, bass and some
sturgeon. Half a mile from the town
is a 9-hole golf course.
Owen Sound Situated at the
southern corner of Georgian Bay, Owen
Sound is a city of commercial importance. It is one of the terminal ports
of the Canadian Pacific Great Lakes
Steamships and its docks are always
thronged with pleasure boats. The
Harrison Park fish hatcheries keep the
Sydenham River well stocked with
speckled trout. Of the two golf clubs
near the city, one is especially devoted
to cottagers, campers and summer
residents from out-of-town.
Owen Sound is the key to the Bruce
Peninsula, seventy-five miles of lake-
strewn . woodlands where game and
fish abound. This country affords
generous catches of trout, perch, pike,
pickerel, bass and 'lunge. The Board
of Trade, Owen Sound, Ont., will supply fuller information.
An intriguing cruise is offered by the
steamer Mid land City through the
beautiful Thirty Thousand Islands in
Georgian Bay. The steamer makes a round
trip from Midland to Parry Sound. Midland is attractive to the holiday-maker
as headquarters for the fishing nearby.
There is also a 9-hole golf course.
Midway between Port McNicoll
and Midland is the Martyrs' Shrine
which attracts pilgrims annually from
all parts of the continent.
Parry Sound One hundred and
fifty-four miles north of Toronto, on
the Canadian Pacific is Parry Sound,
overlooking the Thirty Thousand Islands
of Georgian Bay. Here rock ledges yield
a harvest of small-mouth black bass, lake
trout, 'lunge and pickerel. There is a
9'hole golf course on the edge of Portage
Lake. Interesting trips may be taken
by launch, steamer, or canoe. It is but
a short run to the popular hotel at
Pleasant Point and there are cottages
a little further afield at Sans Souci,
Copperhead, Go Home Bay, Whalen's,
Minnicog or Honey Harbour.
One of the most beautiful of the
adjacent lakes is Crane, famous for its
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'lunge—55 miles of intriguing bays and
inlets. Near Crane are other lakes
offering bass and pickerel. Arrangements must be made in advance with
the hotel proprietor to meet trains at
Black Road station, nine miles south
of Parry Sound.
Seven miles to the east of Parry
Sound lies Otter Lake where salmon
trout, bass and pickerel are plentiful.
Motors from the hotel will meet
visitors by appointment at Dockmere.
A mile north of Parry Sound lies
Mill Lake where bass, pickerel, pike
and an occasional musky are found.
Accommodation is good and there is a
Tourist Camp site and cabins here.
Apply to the Parry Sound Board of
Trade for further particulars.
Almost due east from Georgian Bay,
25 miles south of French River, lies
the Magnetawan River, a fishing
challenge par excellence. Indian guides
are procurable, and outfits and canoes
may be obtained from Graves, Bigwood
and Co., at Byng Inlet, the gateway
to this region. Located on the Toronto-
Sudbury line of the Canadian Pacific,
Byng Inlet offers modest accommodation. Similar lodging may be obtained
at Ahmic, Cecebe Lake and Magnetawan, all situated along the famous river.
Centrally situated in the wild and
beautiful Ka-Wig-A-Mog Lake region,
between the Magnetawan and French
Rivers, is Ka-Wig-A-Mog Lodge, a
famous fishing and hunting camp.
Pakesley, 206 miles north of Toronto
is the entry station.
Why caption this'? Pointe au baril,
lying 180 miles north of
Toronto, is very accessible by direct routes.
On week days during
the summer months, special sleeping car
service is maintained between Toronto
and "the Pointe," leaving the former in
the evening and reaching the latter
early next morning. Here the "sleeper"
is set aside so that you may rise at a
reasonable hour and if necessary catch
the first boat to the islands.
One of "the Pointe's" chief attractions is its climate. Here you breathe
deeply and gratefully of the invigorating breezes that sweep down the vast
expanse of Georgian Bay, catching the
incense of pine from the islands as well
as the clean warmth of sun-heated
granite—joyful relief for the hay-fever
victim. In the lee of the islands, the
water is pleasantly warm for bathing;
and there are many bays in this rocky
region with splendid sandy beaches.
Seldom have bass, 'lunge, pickerel
and wall-eyed pike persisted so tenaciously in such close proximity to fine
hotels and well-populated islands.
Moreover, the clear cold waters keep
them as "gamey" as could be desired.
And this excellent fishing is to be had
with all the delights of the summer
colony and the comforts of home.
Boats of all types and guides are
available and the hotel accommodation
Good fishing close by fine hotels
Pointe an Baril
Armstrong Roberts
is first-class. The latter
include the Ojibway,
located on a forty-two
acre pine-covered island,
and the Skerryvore, on
two hundred acres of well-wooded
mainland adjoining the fishing waters
of Maskinonge Bay, while in Pointe au
Baril village is the New Bellevue House,
smaller,   but   with   all   conveniences.
Both the Ojibway and Skerryvore
have secluded cottages, occupants
enjoying the hotel dining-room and
privileges. The Ojibway has tennis
courts, a putting green, bathing beach,
and gift shop, while the Skerryvore
has shady woodland walks, sheltered
channels for canoeing and beautiful
bathing beaches. Dancing is provided
regularly at both hotels.
A fascinating trip, offering good
fishing, may be arranged through the
country back of Pointe au Baril. This
cruise is up the Shawanaga River
through Five Mile, Black Oak, Partridge, Trout, Ox, Big Wilson, Little
Wilson and Six Mile Lakes, where
Naiscoot Station is reached. Continu'
ing through Cranberry, Twin, One
Tree, Unknown, Clear, Deep Bay and
Miners lakes, and down the Magnetawan River one arrives out at Byng
Inlet. For further information write
A. O. Seymour, General Tourist Agent,
Canadian Pacific. Montreal.
At the Ojibway
[8] FreilCh   River    Chalet-Bungalow Camp
PERCHED on a cliff overlooking a
broad river that sweeps down between grey blue rocky walls is a group
of artistic bungalow cottages. This
lordly stream in the forest is the French
River—noted alike for its swarming
game-fish, its scenic beauty and its interesting history. The group of cottages is
French River Chalet-Bungalow Camp,
Fishing and golf are the major
activities at the camp—and such fishing
and, such golf! Fishing? The vicinity
of the camp is an angler's paradise.
In eddy and backwater, in the shadow
of huge boulders that block the channel,
lurk wily old "muskies," great northern
pike, large and small-mouth bass,
pickerel and other game-fish. Fighting
gamesters are these, worthy foe for
the best of anglers.
And as for the golf. Mr. E. F.
Seagram of Waterloo, Ont., extends the
courtesy of his own lovely 9'hole
course to camp guests at a nominal fee.
You don't take a car. You pack your
clubs in a canoe or take an outboard
motor boat or the camp launch and go
ashore at the first tee. And if you are
neither a fisherman nor a golfer; if you
neither canoe nor swim nor play tennis,
there is the quiet and rest of nature
to banish the cares of city life.
French River station is on the
Canadian Pacific Railway, 215 miles
north of Toronto, 60 miles north of
Parry Sound, and 45 miles south of
Sudbury. The Chalet-Bungalow Camp,
within 200 yards of the station, commands a magnificent view of the
French River.
An outlying sub-camp is situated at
Pine Rapids, at the head of Eighteen
Mile Island, in the heart of the best
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fishing waters of the upper French
River, where guests have the option of
spending part of their stay.
Let us say quickly that a Chalet-
Bungalow Camp has nothing at all to
do with tents. It is like living in one's
private house, without the bother of
meals or servants yet with all the
conveniences of civilized existence—
and the added pleasure of friendly
companionship. Each little bungalow
is self-contained and cosily furnished;
some have two rooms, some one.
Screened porches and deep wicker
chairs make it easy for you to live the
veranda life; illumination is electric
light, not candles, and maid service
relieves you of all work.
The snug little cottages are built of
British Columbia fir. The interior
equipment consists of single Simmons
beds, dressing table, washstand, a
little stove—should weather prove
chilly—several chairs and a fine large
clothes closet. The floors are hardwood.
Cheery cretonnes give an added note
of gaiety to the cabins.
Toilet and bath buildings are centralized, containing baths and showers,
and there is always abundant hot water.
The camp has its own ice houses,
pumping and electric light plants.
For meals, you seek the club-house
with its spacious dining and recreation
rooms. Afterwards the comfortable
wicker chairs about the great stone
fireplace of the lounge-room satisfy
all longings. The dining-room opens
onto a wide screened veranda, where
rocking-chairs and bridge-tables suggest
the quiet rubber between more strenuous pursuits. From the veranda,
winding paths lead away to the
bungalows, the dock, the station, and
the tennis court. In the evening, the
receation room, equipped with piano,
radio and gramophone, is in popular
demand for dancing.
The best proof of the camp's success
is the fact that approximately one-
half of its business is repeat business,
the same guests—and their friends—
returning year after year.
For further information, write the
manager, French River Chalet-Bungalow Camp, Asinka, Ont., or Hotel
Dept., Canadian Pacific, Montreal.
Up the Wolseley River at Trout
Lake, the fishermen will find salmon
trout, 'lunge and bass, the latter being
exceptionally good. Trout Lake Camp,
and Edna Mayer's Summer Resort
and Hunting Camp offer good accommodation and excellent sport.
The Main Chalet overlooking French River
[9] Lake Nipissing,
Temagami & Mississauga River
North Bay, on Lake Nipissing.
is in the centre of that unrivalled
sporting country of pine, rock and clear
cold water that comprises the district
around the lake. With a population
of 15,000 people, it has a splendid
harbor and miles of sandy beach
fringing the lake. A modern city in
every way, with excellent hotel accommodation, golf course, tourist camp
and many stores where all equipment
may be obtained before starting out
into the North Country, North Bay
itself offers many opportunities to the
summer vacationist. Daily excursion
boats thread their way through Lake
Nipissing's myriad islands.
Sturgeon Falls and Rutter are important towns on Lake Nipissing and
may be used as detraining points for
the resorts on the lake. Camps on
Lake Nipissing offering excellent fishing
for bass, pike, pickerel and maskinonge
include Memquisit Lodge, Samoset
Camp, Kervin Bros. Camp, Pedneault's
Camp and Tomahawk Lodge, while
Kervin Bros, also operate a novel houseboat excursion to the fishing grounds.
Information regarding the type
of accommodation available at these
camps and camps further afield
may be obtained from the   Board  of
Trade at North Bay or Sturgeon Falls.
Trout Lake Three miles above
North Bay lies Trout Lake, a beautiful
body of water, twelve miles long and
from two to four miles wide. Mile
after mile of pretty cottages extend
along its shores. Six miles across the
lake, reached by motor boat, is Camp
Champlain. Trout Lake is a part of
the Champlain Canoe Trail so that
motor boats or canoes have access to
the Ottawa River or Georgian Bay.
While fishing in Trout Lake is mostly
for bass, wall-eyed and great northern
pike are to be found, and good trout
territory may be reached with a guide
in one day's canoe trip.
The Temagami Forest Reserve, that
unalloyed joy of hunter and angler,
covers 3,750,000 acres of forest lakeland. The principal lake, Temagami,
covers 100 square miles and in its nine
long arms, that span the Reserve, are
more than 1,600 lovely pine-clad
islands. This alluring spot for summer
outing or fall hunting excursion is
reached by Canadian Pacific to North
Bay, thence by Temiskaming and
Northern Ontario Railway.
There are many hotels, boarding
houses and camps available with
excellent  beaches.     Complete  equip
ment and guides are obtainable from
the Temagami Outfitting Company,
Ltd., which operates the Ronnoco
Hotel, and H. S. Lloyd, at Temagami
Station; the Hudson's Bay Post on
Bear Island, or at Rabbitt Chute Camp.
Lake Penage In the heart of that
rocky mineral country, about twenty
miles north of Lake Huron, lies Lake
Penage. The Red Man called it
"Crooked Water" from its innumerable
peninsulas and the five hundred islands
that make it such a labyrinth.
Whitefish, West River and Willisville on the Canadian Pacific are the
chief gateways to the region, although
Whitefish is the most convenient. Here
equipment may be obtained, and the
five-mile drive to Vermilion River
arranged for, beyond which a lumber-
road leads four miles farther to Lake
Penage. If planning a canoe cruise
through this district, start at Sudbury,
where guides, canoes and outfits can
be furnished by the Sudbury Boat &?
Canoe Company.
Seven miles by motor road from
Sudbury lies Long Lake whence by
canoe through stream and lake, Lake
Penage is reached where wall-eyes
and sporting bass abound. Camps on
Lake Penage include Sheehan's Camp,
Bonnieview and Mountain Cove Camp.
Curiously shaped like a letter "H",
Lake Tyson is one of the most popular
of the Penage group. In the cross
channel are over one hundred islands,
each an ideal camping site, with bass,
lake trout and pike most plentiful.
Tyson is but a day's trip from any camp
on Lake Penage.
Or take the Canadian Pacific from
Sudbury to the station of Fox Lake,
West River and Willisville, any one
of which are ports of entry to the Fox
Lake district, famous for fish and game.
Another angler's paradise, the Bay
of Islands, is exactly what its name
portends. At McGregor Bay and
Birch Island motorboats meet every
train; and here in the cool clear waters
of Georgian Bay, bass and pickerel are
to be found.
Little Current The gateway
to the Grand Manitoulin Island is
Little Current. The Island extends
over 100 miles in length, and includes
in its area one hundred lakes and a
variety of scenery from barren rocks
and virgin forests to cultivated fields.
The waters on Manitoulin abound in
fish.    Located ten miles northwest of
The end of the struggle
10] Little Current is LaCloche View
Bungalow Camp. Enquiries for detailed information regarding camps at
MacGregor Bay, Willisville, Whitefish
Falls and Manitoulin Island should be
addressed to the Secretary, Board of
Trade, Little Current, Ont.
Webbwood, west of Sudbury on
the Soo Branch, lies in a superb lake
district of practically unfished waters,
and Cutler Lake, 12 miles south,
abounds in black bass. There is a
well-equipped hunting and fishing camp
situated on the heavily timbered land
that separates Cutler from Maple Lake.
The Mississauga River This
name is magic to sporting writers and
artists for its impressive grandeur, its
highly prised speckled trout as well
as its lake trout, bass, 'lunge and pike.
The astounding variety of beauty in
these waters ranges from the serenity
of the lake, to the magnificent spray-
sheeted falls of Aubrey Gorge which
are higher than Niagara.
Full information on canoe trips in
these waters may be obtained from
the Board of Trade, Thessalon, Ont.,
and by application for a special bulletin
to the General Tourist Agent, Canadian Pacific Railway, Montreal, P.Q.
Basswood Lake, a few miles north
of Thessalon, is one of the finest lakes
in the district for trout and bass.
On the lake there is a new camp.
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The "Soo" Country
Desbarats is full of Indian lore
and legend, and from Kensington
Point, four miles away, may be seen the
island on which Longfellow lived when
he wrote his "Song of Hiawatha."
At this point Lake Huron is dotted
with islands, high and woody. Across
the water lies Campement d'Ours
Island, and on it one straight road leads
to the top of a hill, from which beautiful
St. Joseph's Island may be seen, green
and inviting, on the other side. On
Kensington Point, Range Lights, and
on the islands are many beautiful
homes—for Desbarats has been the
summer home of many distinguished
people for a number of years.
Fishing near the shore and around the
islands is good, pickerel, herring and pike
being caught by rod and line, while
the Indians still capture the sturgeon
as Hiawatha did with net and spear.
Sault Ste. Marie From Sault
Ste. Marie innumerable trips may be
taken after the many historical points
of interest in the city have been
visited. Silver Creek, with its beautiful
falls, and the Agawa are never-to-be-
forgotten points of beauty, while many
good fishing lakes and rivers may be
reached by train and motor car. By
canoe there are delightful trips through
inland lake and silvered stream, lasting
from a few days to several weeks, with
a wide choice of lakes to choose from,
famous for bass, pike or trout. In
Sault Ste. Marie all equipment may be
obtained before starting on tour or
cruise, and information will be supplied
upon application to the Board of Trade,
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.
About seventy miles west of Sudbury is Metagama, an attractive hunting, fishing and camping district that
is deservedly popular with lovers of
the outdoors, who like to get away
by themselves into the bush. Here
Mr. M. U. Bates operates 15 log-
cabin camps.
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OOME day," you tell
yourself, "I'll take an
ocean voyage." But did
you ever stop to think
that just next door to you
is an inland ocean where,
for two glorious days aboard a Canadian
Pacific ship, you can enjoy your long-
dreamed-of voyage? Likely you never
did; or long before this you would
have taken this most delightful of
cruises across Huron's blue waters,
through the lovely St. Mary's River,
and away over the broad expanse of
Lake Superior, the largest body of fresh
water in the world.
Whether you take it as a trip by
itself, or as a break in your rail journey
across the continent, this voyage
between Port McNicoll and Head o'
the Lakes is one you will always
remember. You are in a region of
beauty and romance—the romance of
emplorer and missionary, of Champlain
and Nicolet and that devoted Jesuit,
Father Marquette.
The great white ships of the Canadian Pacific speed along with all the
swift grace of the gulls that circle and
dip at the mast-heads. A bright sun
gilds the edges of gently rolling waves,
and fresh winds from the north blow
across the spacious decks, bringing ease
to fagged brains and weary bodies.
The perfection of Canadian Pacific
service adds a last pleasing touch to the
meals, the comfort of the staterooms
and the social affairs on deck and below.
During the summer months there are
three westward sailings a week, two from
Port McNicoll and one from Owen
Children, too, enjoy the Great Lakes Trip
The Great Lakes
Sound. There are the
same number of eastward
sailings from Fort William and Port Arthur.
The Canadian Pacific
Great Lakes passenger
fleet consists of the Assiniboia,
Keewatin and Manitoba. Built on
the Clyde, the Assiniboia and the
Keewatin are very much like ocean
liners and each accommodates 300
passengers. Their gross tonnage is
3,880 and their principal dimensions—
length, 350 feet; breadth, 43 feet
8 inches; depth 26 feet 9 inches. With
their spacious decks, finely appointed
public rooms and their large airy
cabins, the Keewatin and Assiniboia
can challenge comparison even with
the most luxurious ocean vessels.
From Port McNicoll or Owen
Sound, the route lies across Lake Huron.
Second largest of the Great Lakes,
Lake Huron is 207 miles long and 101
miles wide, with an area of 23,200
square miles. On the east is Georgian
Bay with its thirty thousand islands.
Over Lake Huron, through St.
Mary's River and the ship reaches
Sault Ste. Marie, half way point of our
journey. The great Soo Canals are of
absorbing interest. Here the waters
from Lake Superior pour down into
St. Mary's River on its way into
Huron. The drop in elevation from
Superior to Huron is at times no less
than 21 feet and the water hurls itself
through the river channel in a series
of rapids, long and dangerous. To overcome them, two canals have been built,
one  on Canadian  and  the  other  on
S. S. Keewatin leaving the Locks
[12] United States territory. The canals
are international, ships of either nation
using them indiscriminately.
Through the locks, bounded on
either side by beautiful gardens maintained by the Dominion Parks Commission, and the ship enters Lake
Superior, the Queen of Waters.
Across the ship's bows cut innumerable small water-craft. Great, ungainly
freighters steam past, the Marthas
of the Great Lakes. Some of them are
as long as 600 feet, and it is said that
the entire fleet of them can transport
8,000,000 bushels of wheat at a time.
Soon land disappears, for Lake
Superior is the largest body of fresh
water in the world. Gitchee Gummee—
"Big Sea-Water" as Hiawatha called
it—stretches in a wide crescent from
Sault Ste. Marie to Duluth, a length of
354 miles, a breadth of 162 miles with
an area of 31,800 square miles. It
drains an area of 80,000 square miles
and is the source of the St. Lawrence.
The morning after leaving the Soo, the
ship reaches the Twin Cities at the
Head of the Lakes, Port Arthur and
Fort William and our two day journey
across the Great Lakes is over.
The Twin Cities Built side by
side, the Twin Cities are nevertheless
two separate cities and form the spout
through which the huge grain crops of
Western Canada pour out every year.
Fort William is the point of contact
for the Eastern and Western Lines of
the Canadian Pacific Railway and
naturally wheat is the greatest factor
in its industrial life. Here and at Port
Arthur are the terminal elevators and
to these vast containers the wheat
which has been garnered into Western
Canada's 3,000 elevators, inspected,
graded and standardised, is shipped by
rail. From these points we continue to
our destination by rail or return by the
route we have traversed.
The Twin Cities are also the portals
to a comparatively unexplored territory
of lake, stream, forest and mountain,
alive with fish and game. Good roads
radiate in all directions.
Clear days and cool nights prevail
in this the centre of a continent, a safe
retreat for the hay-fever victim. And
the "Twins" are headquarters for
the tourist seeking the outdoor Northland features of the Nipigon or Thunder
Bay districts above which are 48,000
square miles of forested lakeland, an
ideal playground for tourists, fisherman,
hunter and health seeker.
A very attractive holiday retreat
is the resort of 300 acres of virgin
forest in the Chippewa Indian Reserve,
established by the city of Fort William.
A soo, dancing pavilion, and tourist
lodge are among its desirable features.
It's just like being at Sea
How and where you go
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The "Nipigonian," one of the camp's palatial launches
A.S.N. Photo
IN the heart of the wildest
country in all Canada, on
resort renders more completely the comforts of civilisation than Nipigon River
Chalet-Bungalow Camp situated on Lake Helen, an expansion of the lower Nipigon River.
Detraining at the special camp
station, which is one mile east of
Nipigon Station, you reach the camp
in a few minutes, where home awaits
you in one of the delightful bungalows
scattered about the Central Clubhouse which is used for meals and
recreation. Single cabins for two, or
double cabins for four or five, half
hidden among the balsam and birches,
are electrically lighted and made cosy
with small heater for cool nights. All
face the west and each has its own
porch from which the glory of the
Nipigon sunsets may be fully enjoyed.
Bath houses with tubs, showers and a
constant supply of hot water are just
a few yards from the sleeping cabins.
The Land of the Nipigon is world
renowned for its famous speckled brook
trout fishing, the most productive
territory for this sport being along the
southern coast line of the islands that
lie along the north shore of Lake
Superior just south of Nipigon Bay
at Squaw Harbor.
On St. Ignace, the largest of these
Islands, there has been established a
base for fishing parties who go to this
territory for a few days'  stay with
Nipi
Chalet-
gon River
Bungalow Camp
cruiser
Some of the cabins
guides and outfits which are
supplied to guests by the camp
management. The trip which
covers thirty miles of the
finest scenic inland waters on
the continent is made in
two hours in the fast motor
J\[ipigonian. "Coasters," as
speckled brook trout are called when
caught in this area, range in weight
up to seven pounds and are among the
gamest fish obtainable. They rise
readily to a fly. Rainbow and Lake
Trout also abound in these waters.
Good fishing for brook trout is also
obtainable within five minutes of the
main camp. Pike and pickerel fishing
may also be enjoyed nearby. The camp
has available launches, skiffs, canoes
and a limited supply of fishing tackle.
Good bathing, tennis, ping pong and
dancing make life at Camp very jolly.
Nipigon River Chalet - Bungalow
Camp offers the finest of sport to
fishermen, and an ideal place to spend
a restful vacation for those who seek
a comfortable, well appointed resort
in the north country.
Fishing permits are obtainable at
the camp and, since the Nipigon is
under the special protection of the
Provincial Government, a license fee of
$10 per week is charged to visitors from
outside Ontario.
Reservations should be made to the
manager at the camp; or prior to the
opening date, to the Hotel Dept.,
Canadian Pacific Railway,  Montreal.
14 All the fish you wish
A.S.N. Photo
Lake Superior Shore
.LITTLE known and seldom visited
are a number of streams which find
their source at or near the Height of
Land and flow through densely wooded
forests in a primitive country till they
empty into Lake Superior. These
streams present unusually appealing
attractions to the sportsman who is
willing to go a little farther afield and
forego some of the comforts of a shorter
though easier trip.
But the reward is more than worth
while. You travel through practically
virgin country, along streams which
have seldom felt the thrust of a paddle.
The fishing is exceptionally good.
Speckled and rainbow trout will supply
all the sport you wish. The district
is also well-stocked with moose, deer
and bear, and there is no reason for
anyone leaving without securing a
trophy of the hunt.
Among the many unfrequented spots
of this locality which will delight the
outdoor enthusiast are the Montreal
River, Missanabie, the Steel, Prairie,
Kama and Cypress Rivers.
The Montreal River A canoe
trip of unusual interest, through
country which has not yet been
opened up, can be made by travelling
south from a point 3 miles east of
Chapleau through a string of lakes to
the headwaters of the Montreal River,
and down that stream to the Algoma
Central Railway. Chapleau is 430
miles northwest of Toronto and 609
miles west of Montreal.
Up to the present very few sportsmen have taken this cruise; but fire
rangers, Indians and others report
that the route passes through a district
of impressive beauty, and that the
waters along the way are well stocked.
While it cannot be termed an
extremely difficult trip, it presents just
the required number of portages and
rapids, through virtually unknown
country, to appeal to the more adventurous type of outdoor enthusiast.
There are some 28 portages stretched
over a distance of nearly 100 miles.
While large, vicious Great Northern
pike predominate in most of the lakes,
lake trout are also taken.
For further information apply to
A. O. Seymour, General Tourist Agent,
Canadian Pacific Railway,  Montreal.
Missanabie Located some 230
miles west of Sudbury on the Canadian
Pacific main line, Missanabie is the
entry-point to a country of wild and
fascinating beauty, where some splendid canoe cruises can be made either
north or south and capital trout fishing
can be obtained. Amongst these
cruises are: To Lake Superior via Dog
Lake—a trip of over 100 miles and of
about a week's duration, traversing
Stoney River, Manitowik Lake, Pigeon
River, White Fish Lake and Michipi-
coten River; to James Bay (Moose
Factory)—a fine exploration and pleasure trip via Crooked Lake, Missinaibi
Lake, Missinaibi River and Moose
River. The length of this trip is nearly
400 miles, and it can be covered in
about 14 days. For return trip there
are alternative routes via either the
Abitibi and Frederickhouse rivers,
the Moose and Mattagama rivers, or
the Albany, Kenogami and Nagagami
rivers. Outfitting and guides for these
trips can be arranged for through the
Hudson's Bay Co., Missanabie, Ont.,
the company maintaining an excellent
store well equipped with provisions.
A picturesque canoe trip involving
about 175 miles of interesting travel
can be made by "going in" at Jackfish
(402 miles west of Sudbury) and following a chain of lakes to the headwaters
of the Steel River, and then coming
down this fascinating stream to Lake
Superior, emerging at Jackfish. This
trip is described in detail in a bulletin
issued by the General Tourist Agent,
Canadian Pacific Railway, Montreal.
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15 Devil's Gap
Chalet-Bungalow Camp
Picturesquely  located some
three miles south of Kenora, in the
heart of the great island lake resort region
of Lake of the Woods,Devil's Gap Chalet-
Bungalow Camp provides every convenience for the comfort of guests; one and
two-room bungalows with electric lights,
hot and cold running water and toilet
facilities are available, also special de
luxe bungalows with shower baths.
A screened veranda fronts each
bungalow, where one may enjoy the
companionship of friends, lounge in
the hammock, read or indulge in a
quiet afternoon's nap. The Camp is
one of the finest of its kind on the
Continent, with accommodation for
approximately one hundred guests.
The club house contains the great
dining room, off which is a spacious
screened veranda with easy chairs
inviting rest and relaxation—a popular
rendesvous for an after-dinner chat and
cigarette. Adjoining is the new lounge
room for social and recreational purposes. Here parties, bridge, dancing
and other amusements speed too quickly
many a pleasant evening in the cosy glow
of the huge fireplace. Along the front of
the lounge room and facing the lake is the
glass sun room, from which an excellent
view may be obtained of Devil's Gap,
the "Broadway" of Lake of the Woods.
Kenora, the gateway to this beautiful resort country, is situated on the
main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, 126 miles east of Winnipeg, and is
served by the transcontinental trains
of the Company in addition to special
week-end trains from Winnipeg operated during the summer season. The
Camp launch meets all trains.
All kinds of aquatic sports are
possible at the Camp—sailing, paddling
and rowing—all truly splendid, and
swimming, especially for children, is
an attractive feature. Launches, row-
boats and canoes are available at
nominal renting charge, while those
who desire to go further afield may
procure outboard motors from any of
the boat-houses in Kenora, or rent
launches from the Camp with competent
boatmen and guides.
For those who desire more strenuous
sport, a first-class tennis court, ideally
situated amongst the tall pines, is
available. The golf enthusiast may also
enjoy a daily round at the Kenora Golf
and Country Club, a very attractive
nine-hole course set in the midst of great
natural beauty, and affording a very
sporty game. Green fees are $1 per
round or per day. A regular boat
service is provided between the Camp
and the Golf Course.
Golf privileges extended here
Lake of the Woods district has long
been famed as one of the greatest
fresh-water fishing regions in the
Dominion of Canada. Here the
devotee of the rod can test his skill
against small-mouthed black bass, pickerel, Great Northern pike, muscalunge
and trout. With a guide many enjoyable canoe trips may be made to
numerous lakes tributary to the Lakes
of the Woods.
A large silver trophy is competed for
annually for the largest bass caught.
The winner's name is engraved on the
trophy which remains in the camp, a suitable personal memento being donated.
Requests for reservations should be
addressed to the Manager, Devil's Gap
Chalet-Bungalow Camp, Kenora, Ont.,
or to the Hotel Department, Canadian
Pacific Railway, Winnipeg, Man.
Some of the Bungalows
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Town
Proprietor or
Manager
Plan    No. of
Rooms
Rate
Day
Rate     Distance
per from
Week     Station
OTTER LAKE (Station, Dockmure)
Elliott House H. W. Hill    AB
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OWEN SOUND
Comely S. Leach      A 48
Georgian Lodge.... R. H. Brigham      A 10
King George J. A. Oliver     A 30
Paterson House G. Marron      A 70
Queen's A. Findlay      A 50
Seldon House A. B. L. Wright...    A 45
SEVERN FALLS
Severn Lodge G. N. Crummel. . .  ASB 35
Waubic Mrs. E. Niepage...  ASC 25
TROUT LAKE (Station, Rutter. P.O., Noelville)
Camp Mayer O. R. Mayer ABCS 20
WANAPITEI
G rand Union D. W. Gauthier...    A 8
3.50 up 18.00 up V2 mile
2.50       10.00 up Mmile
3.00       18.00 4 miles
3.00       10.00 up 5 blocks
4.00 up  l/2 mile ,
3.00       10.00 up Kmile
4.00 up 24.00 up 3 blocks
3.25 up 20.00 up
2.00       12.00
3.00       18.00
5 miles
1 mile
21 miles
2.00       12.00      300 yards
LAKE ONTARIO AND THE
ST. LAWRENCE
BATTERSEA (Station, Kingston)
Granite House C. Lake	
Loughborough
View J. C. Enders	
Sanger's E. Sanger	
BELLEVILLE
Belvidere. W. F. Allore	
City H. Johnson	
Crystal  Mrs. Munro	
Munro Hotel Mrs. M. Byles ....
New Queen's J. B. Ryan	
Quinte J. V.Jenkins	
BEWDLEY (Station. Port Hope)
Kennedy Hotel.... W. W. Kennedy...
Lakeview House... W. Kennedy	
Rice Lake Inn P. W. Farr	
BOWMANVILLE
Bowman House... .W. Fisher	
Balmoral H. F. Minns	
BRIGHTON
Clarendon D. E. Harrison....
PAUDASH (By Bus from Peterboro)
Six Point Lodge. .. A. D. Greene	
PETERBORO
American M. J. Costello. . . .
Empress G. N. Graham....
Grand M. J. Watters	
King's D. N. King	
Montgomery E. H. Brown	
White House G. White	
AB 30
ACS 14
AS 25
A 40
A 15
A 30
E 23
A 74
AB 100
ACS 15
AB 9
A 9
A 30
A 28
A 30
ABS 35
A 32
A 85
A 24
A 25
A 30
_^^_^^_^^_^^_        A 35
PLEASANT POINT
Pleasant Point Inn.Dr. A. L. Morgan..ABCS 40
STURGEON POINT (Station, Lindsay)
Lake View Inn F. Walkey   ASB 20
THURSTONIA PARK (Station, Dunsford)
Leeborough Inn. . .Mrs. H. Lee ABS 15
Swastika P. H. Skitch ABCS 27
WASHAGO (Station, Orillia)
Riverdale Hall J. A. LeQuyer   ASC
Seminole R. A. Milne      A
4.00       25.00 16 miles
5.00 up 30.00 up    16 miles
4.00       25.00 16 miles
3.00 up 17.50 up 300yards
3.00         A mile
3.00 up  l/2 mile
1.50        10.00 I mile
3.25 up  3 blocks
4.00 up       400 yards
2.50       15.00 10 miles
2.50       14.00 10 miles
2.50       15.00 10 miles
3.50
3.00 up ,
2 blocks
A mile
3.00 up 17.50      175 yards
5.00       32.00 55 miles
2.00 12.00 up Kmile
4.00 up 28.00 up A mile
        14.00 up    10    *
3.00
3.00
2.50
4.00
18.00
min.
A mile
A mile
600 yards
2.50 up 15.00 up 2i/2 miles
2.50       15.00 10 miles
2.50 up 15.00 up
2.00 up 12.00 up
15
20
2.75       	
3.25       17.50
YOUNG'S POINT (Station Peterboro; reached by Motor Bus)
------ - 20       3.00       18.00 up
10 3.00 18.00
26 3.00 21.00
50       3.50 up 20.00 up
Carleton W. McFarlane. —    A
Kearney's Mrs. J. C. Kearney   A
Lakeview House... H. B. Simons      A
South Beach W. E. Brooks ABSC
PAKESLEY
Ka-wig-A-Mog
Lodge C. C. Courtney....    AC
Lost Channel Inn. .A. Gregoire      A
PARRY SOUND
Adanac. J. L. Haggart ABS
Belvedere A. G. Peebles   ABS
Camp Franklin.. . .Christie Bros      A
Kipling A. J. O'Neill ABS
Kitchener A. Gilchrist     A
Mansions C. W. Thompson..     A
Rose Point W. F. Thomson.. . ABSC
Victoria T. J. Calder     A
PICKEREL
Camp T T. Tupper ASC
Camp Wankeeta.. .R. F. Skelton     A
Kagamaga Lodge. .A. E. Burkhardt...    A
POINTE AU BARIL
Bellevue  Mrs. E. O. Finley.. ACS
The Ojibway H. C. Davis ABCS
(P.O., Ojibway Island)
Skerryvore E. M. Barker ABCS
PORT LORING (Station, Pakesley)
Lake View D. W. Clapperton.    AC
PORT McNICOLL
The Inn. Mrs. H. Spencer.. .     A
PORT SEVERN (Station, Lovering)
Bayview G. Brown   ABC
Camp Rawley F. O. Rawson ABCS
BROCKVILLE
Clifton House W. J. O'Connor...     A
Commercial J. Archinal.      E
Elderslie Miss C. Morgan.. .  ASB
Franklin House J. Guiney      A
Garbutts E. R. Ashley     AB
Grand Central Allan Leeder      E
Manitonna Hotel. . H. D. Duby     EB
Revere R. Johnston      A
2 miles
2 miles
12 miles
12 miles
14 miles
14 miles
14 miles
15 miles
25
16
16
110
125
40
20
35
75
20
16
15
17
25
80
44
32
30
60
14
21
15
10
20
55
76
100
4.50 28.00 up 15 miles
2.00 up 14.00 10 miles
3.00       17.00 up   21 miles
5.00          A mile
3.00 up 18.00 up 17 miles
2.50 up 15.00 up P/2 miles
3.00        14.00      200 yards
3.50          1/2 mile
5.00 up 28.00 up 3 miles
3.00       18.00 1/2 mile
3.00       18.00 1/2 mile
3.00 15.00 400 yards
7.00      40.00 4 miles
4.00 17.50 up 7 miles
5.00 up 30.00 up     7 miles
5.00
2.50
21.00 up     6 miles
16.00 30 miles
3.00        14.00
3.00
3.50
15.00 up
20.00 up
2.50       10.00
1.00        5.00
3.50       17.00
2.50        9.00 up
3.50 up 20.00 up
1.50 up	
2.50 up	
3.50 up	
A mile
6 miles
6 miles
Y mile
A mile
4 blocks
V2 mile
A mile
V2 mile
V2 mile
V2 mile
LAKE ONTARIO and the ST. LAWRENCE
—Concluded
Proprietor or
Manager
Plan    No. of
Rooms
Rate
8.
Rate    Distance
per from
ay        Week     Station
COBOURG
British E. Calighey & Son. A 50
Cedarmere W. P. Luke  ABS 52
Lakehurst Miss M. Lucy ABCS 23
Lakeview J. Roberts  A 25
New Dunham Mrs. B. M. Green. A 32
New Royal S. Fisher  E 20
The Baltimore J. Cauley  A 35
COLBORNE
Brunswick J. F. Wolfraim  A 35
New Queen's Hotel.W. E. Wilson  A 34
CORNWALL
Algonquin J. R. Duquette... .ABCS 150
Carleton Z. Runions  A 18
Cornwallis N. Fall....  EB 84
King George E. L. Denis  A 60
New Windsor A. Laplante  A 40
GORES LANDING (Station, Cobourg)
Rice Lake House.. .A. E. Harris  AS 20
HAMILTON BEACH (Station, Hamilton)
Lakeside Miss G. Perry  ES 20
HARWOOD (Station, Cobourg)
Lake View J. Moore  ASB 30
KINGSTON
Anglo-American. . .J. Unsworth  A 22
British-American.. .M. Bohan  E 45
Chateau Belvidere.M. C. Fenwick... . E 50
Frontenac J. A. Hughes  A 60
LaSalle A. S. Randolph.... E 140
New Windsor J. S. Gilmour  A 40
Plaza H.M.Johnston... A 30
Prince George G. Rothwell  AC 30
NEWCASTLE
Elmhurst Inn W. E. Purdy  A 12
Oriental Mrs. L. J.
Glendenning. ... A 20
OSHAWA
Central Hotel McCrohan's Ltd... E 50
Commercial T. B. McTaggart.. A 50
Genosha Hotel E. A. Leach  AB 105
PORT HOPE
Craigieburn Mrs. C. Oswald. A 9
Ontario Mrs. M. Lowe. .. . A 21
Queens F. Keeler  A 40
Spruce Lodge C. Jacob  A 10
PRESCOTT
Alexandra E.T. Horan  A 40
Daniels B. H. Cochrane
&Son  A 40
Royal Palm L. McKnight  A 15
PRESQU'ILE POINT (Station and P.O., Brighton)
3.50         1/2 mile
3.50 up 22.50 up 1 A miles
3.00 up 15.00 up A mile
3.00          A mile
3.00       21.00 Mmile
1.50         Mmile
3.00       20.00 1/2 mile
2.50       10.00 up P/2 miles
2.00 up 10.00 up      1 mile
5.00 up 30.00 up
2.50  10.00
3.00  	
3.50 up 17.50 up
3.00 up 17.50
3.50      21.00
1.50 up ,
10 miles
A mile
A mile
V2 mile
V2 mile
11 miles
7 miles
4.00      21.00     12'/2 miles
2.50       12.00 up 75 yards
1.75       10.50 100 yards
3.00 up  A mile
4.00 up  1 block
2.50 up ..... A mile
3.50       Apply A mile
3.50 up 20.00 5 blocks
3.00       14.00 100 yards
3.50       18.00 Kmile
2.50       10.00 A mile
2.00 up 14.00 1/2 mile
3.50       21.50 Y mile
3.50 up Apply 1 mile
3.00 up 18.00 up V2 mile
2.75         A mile
3.50       18.00 Mmile
2.50       12.00 4 blocks
3.50 up 21.00 up   3 blocks
3.50
3.00
  A mile
12.00      100 yards
Presqu'ile.
TRENTON
Gilbert	
Quinte	
Royal	
WHITBY
Royal......
Whitby	
G. Quick ACS        38      Apply     Apply 6 miles
 J. B. Crawford....     A
. ...J. Orrill      A
....T.H.Long     A
.A. Rosseau     A
.L. S. Bandel     E
52
22
16
35
15
3.50 up
2.50
2.50 9.00 up
        P/2 miles
10.00 1 mile
1 mile
3.50       12.00 up    Kmile
1.50 up 21.00 Imile
RIDEAU AND MAZINAW LAKES
BON ECHO (Station, Kaladar)
Camp Mazinaw
(Boys' Camp)... K. Ketchum     AB 	
CALABOGIE
Legree House Mrs. F. Hayword. .A 15
2.50       12.00
23 miles
A mile
CHRISTIE LAKE
Red Cedar Inn.... R. W. Marks ACS
Tom's Inn T. Marks    ACS
CLOYNE (Station, Kaladar)
Wickware Mrs. S. S. Drysdale   A
CROW LAKE
Idlewild W. Reynolds      A
HAVELOCK
Armstrong House. .C. Armstrong     A
KALADAR
Bayview J. R. Perry     AC
(P.O. Myers Cave)
Do Drop In W. W. Villneff. ...    A
MARMORA (Station, Bonarlaw)
Tipperary House.. .J. P. McGrath. . . .ASCB
MERRICKVILLE
City G. Louis     A
OTTY LAKE PARK (Station and P.O., Perth)
Ouneta Inn T. A. Consitt ACS
30
12
19
3.00       15.00      300 yards
2.50 up 15.00 up 100 yards
PERTH
Imperial F. A. Lambert. . .
Perth Hotel N. B. Nicoll	
Revere House Mrs. P. J. Kehoe.
SHARBOT LAKE
Hillcrest D. Buchanan....
Munro T. J. Munro	
A
A
A
A
AC
SMITHS FALLS
Arlington Mrs. C. Hallinan. . E
Rideau F. M. Powers  A
Russell W. J. Burchill  A
35
10
10
40
25
18
30
30
30
10
20
30
60
35
2.00
2.50
3.00
3.00
2.00
3.00
3.00
10.00 14 miles
16.00 4 miles
9.00 30 yards
  15 miles
10.00 500 yards
16.00 7 miles
  V2 mile
3.50      21.00      31/2 miles
2.50
3.00
3.00
10.00 Mmile
  4 blocks
12.00 1/2 mile
2.50       15.00 5 min.
2.50       15.00      100 yards
1.00
3.50
2.50
3.50 up      1 mile
         7 blocks
  A mile TOURIST HOTELS
BOARDING HOUSES AND CAMPS
IN ONTARIO
The following abbreviations are used in this Directory:—
A    American Plan (i.e., rate includes room and meals).
B    Hotel sends out its own booklet to enquirers.
C    Hotel has also cottages to rent.
E    European Plan (i.e., rate means room only).
S    Open in Summer only, in some cases extending into Fall.    AH other hotels
.   not so marked are (so far as is known) open all the year.
RAILWAY STATION.    The railway station (or port of landing) for every point
is always that bearing the same name as the town, unless otherwise
mentioned, and unless shown as on another railway, is always a Canadian
Pacific Railway station.
POST-OFFICE  ADDRESS.    The  post-office  address  of  the  hotel  is  always
that of the station, unless otherwise mentioned.
DISTANCE.    The distance shown is that from the station mentioned.
RATES.    The rates quoted are the lowest stated by the hotel itself.
MUSKOKA LAKES
LAKE MUSKOKA
Town
Plan
Town
BALA
Bala Wharf Inn...
Birch Haven Inn.
Cinderella Lodge..
Eagte Crest	
Fairview Lodge...
Grassmere House.
Highway Inn	
Highview Hotel...
Kimberley Lodge
Marbeth House.. .
Moon Chute House.
Musquash Lodge.
Pine Grove Lodge..
Proprietor or        Plan
Manager
J. Paterson     AS
J. D. Forsyth ASB
Mrs. W. McBride..    AS
A. Ferguson     AS
Mrs. E.Wright.. .    AS
Patterson Bros.. . .   ABS
Mrs. M. White....    A
Mrs. A. H.
Sammons      AS
Mrs. C. S.
Bottomley     AS
Mrs. O. McDivitt.. AS
T.A.Edwards.... AS
Mrs. E. M.Allen.. ABS
Mrs. J. R. Brush. .    AS
Rate
Rate
Distance
No. of
per
per
from
Rooms
Day
Week
Station
12
2.50
15.00
at dock
28
3.00
12.00 up
1 Y± miles
20
2.00
14.00
A mile
*  12
2.50
15.00
3^mile
10
3.00
14.00 up
Y mile
11
2.50
12.50 up
2i/2 miles
12
2.50
14.00
100 yards
12
2.50
14.00
1/2 mile
40
3.00
15.00
2 miles
6
2.50
14.00
1/2 mile
14
3.00
18.00
4 miles
10
2.50
15.00
3 miles
10
2.00
14.00
500 yards
Proprietor or
BALA-Con. Manager
Roselawn Hotel... .Mrs. I. Marcey... . AS
Swastika F. W. Sutton  ABS
Tree Lawn  Mrs. C. H. Pike... AS
Twin Cedar Lodge. A. Nelson  AS
Windsor  J. Malcolmson.... A
BALA PARK (Station, Bala)
Bala Park House... W. E. Ham  AS
Clovelly Inn W. E. F. Colwill... ABCS
BEAUMARIS (Station, Bala)
Beaumaris J. E. McDonald... ABS
Roseneath. • Mrs. T. Mears  ABS
BRACEBRIDGE (Station, Bala)
Albion A. W. Tingey  A
Bracebridge Inn. . .Mrs. W. B. Moore. A
Queens J. Thomson  A
DUDLEY (Station Bala)
~aPe May  .. R. Mortimer  AS
Cottage Camps... . L. Keeley  AS
No. of
Rooms
Rate
per
Day
Rate
per
Week
Distance
from
Station
10
56
12
12
60
2.50
3.50
2.50
2.50
4.00 up
12.00
20.00
iS.'od
22.50 up
1 mile
Y mile
A mile
A mile
V2 mile
10
25
2.00
3.00
14.00 up
16.00
2'/2 miles
2V2 miles
112
15
5.00 up
3.00
35.00 up
15.00 up
10 miles
10 miles
30
40
30
2.50 up
2.00 up
3.50 up
14.00
10.00
25 miles
25 miles
25 miles
Town
Proprietor or
Manager
Plan
20      Apply      12.00 up V/2 miles
2.50       15.00       21/2 miles
GRAVENHURST (Station. Bala)
Albion Mrs. M. Wasley...     A
Fern Glen  Mrs. M. F. Baillie.  ACS
Gilmour House.. . . J. F. Gilmour      A
Glen Ridge Lodge.. C. B. Pitcher     AS
Pine Dale Inn J. D. Brown ABCS
HUTTON HOUSE (Station, Bala)
Hutton House Mxs. J. Hutton ASB
Scarcliff C. W. Riley    ABS
MILFORD BAY (Station. Bala)
Cedar Wild H. J. Sawyer   ABS
Inglewood Misses Riley     AS
Milford Bay House R. J. Stroud ACS
MORTIMER'S POINT (Station. Bala)
Pleasant View A. H. Bickmore. . .ABCS
ROSSCLAIR (Station, Bala)
Rossclair F. W. Foreman...     A
No. of
Rooms
40
20
28
12
100
Rate
per
Day
Rate
per
Week
Distance
from
Station
3.00 up 15.00 up 22 miles
3.50       18.00 22 miles
3.00       12.00 up 22 miles
2.75        14.00 up 9 miles
3.00 up 14.00 up 22 miles
20
15
100
11
40
2.50 up 16.00
2.00 up 12.00
10 miles
8 miles
4.00 up 18.00 up 11 miles
2.00 up 11.00 up 11 miles
3.00       16.00 up    11 miles
40        3.00       14.00 up     7 miles
10        2.50       12.00 up     8 miles
LAKE MUSKOKA—Concluded
Town Proprietor or        Plan
Manager
TORRANCE (Station. Bala)
Camp Pine Crest
(Boys) Y.M.C.A  ASB
East Bay House.. .Mrs. S. Packer  AS
Fairview House.. .. W. G. Jeslin  AS
Muskoka Springs
Resort W. O. Whiting. ... AC
Torrance Pavilion..J. S. Davidson. ... AS
White House Farm.T. Jeffery  A
WALKER'S POINT (Station, Bala)
Montcalm Villa.... M. J. Burnett ABCS
Walker House H. Walker    ABS
WHITESIDE (Station. Bala)
American House.. .T. F. Walker ABS
No. of
Rooms
Rate
_per
Day
Rate
per
Week
Distance
from
Station
J5
8
Apply
2.50
2.00
12.50
12.00 up
12.00
4 miles
6 miles
3 miles
11
16
2.50
'2.50
15.00
1*5.00
2 miles
2!/2 miles
4 miles
9
19
3.00
3.00
16.00 up
I2.00>p
14 miles
9 miles
20        3.50        13.00 up     5miles
LAKE ROSSEAU
FERNDALE (Station. Bala)
Ferndale House    ABS
GREGORY (Station. Bala)
Nepahwin-
Gregory Mrs. Graham-Bell. ABCS
JUDDHAVEN (Station. Bala)
Ernescliffe A. Judd ABS
Rest Harbor R. Judd     AS
The Bluff T. L. Snow . . .ABCS
MINETT (Station, Bala)
Balmoral House. . .Mrs. H. Wallace...    AS
Cheltonia.. Mrs. W. E. Fraling ASC
Clevelands House. .S. A. Minett......   ASB
Leefholme E. C. Leef '. . .  ACS
Paignton  R. D. Pain     AS
MORINUS (Station, Bala)
Morinus House. . . .E. Jacques      AB
PORT CARLING (Station. Bala)
Arcadia R. H. Duke     AS
Beverley Lodge.... J   H. Burton......   AS
Havington Farm.. . W. K. Foreman
&Son ABSC
Oak Crest Lodge... W. Wroe    ABS
Port Carling House.G. Cannell     AB
Riverdale Lodge.. .Mrs. J. Seehaver. .     A
Sunnybrae Miss Leaf.     AS
Wharerah Miss Hughes     AS
PORT SANDFIELD (Station. Bala)
Edsrewood Cottage.Miss James  AS
(P.O.. Elgin House)
Elgin Lodge L. M. Hall........ AS
Gleniffer Braes. . . .Mrs. J. E. Hurrell. AS
Hillview ....W.Hall....  AS
ROSSEAU (Station, Bala)
Bay View Lodge.. . .Mrs. M. E. Morris.   AS
Bide-a-Wee Mrs. V. Einarson..    AB
Canadian Inn W. R. Meads     AS
Glenburnie. .Mrs. J. K. Brown..    S
Maplehurst Mrs. J. P. Brown..    AS
Monteith Inn R. J. Abbs.   ABS
Rossmoyne House..J. Ariss  .ABCS
ROSTREVOR (Station. Bala)
Rostrevor Major E. Trump. .  ACS
ROYAL MUSKOKA (Station, Bala)
Royal Muskoka. . .C. R. Creighton.. .ABSC
THOREL HOUSE (Station, Bala)
Thorel House G. Thorel     AS
WIGWASSON (Station. Bala)
Chautaugua Inn.. .S. W. Carriere   ABS
Wigwasson Lodge. .G. A. Martin      A
WINDERMERE (Station. Bala)
Fife House....... .A. W. Fife ABSC
Ingleside W. W. Brooks......  ABS
King's Park J. C. Wilson..... .ABCS
Maple Leaf House. I. Hough ABSC
Newtonia Inn F. W. Newton. . ..  ACS
Windermere House.L. Aitken   ABS
WOODINGTON (Station. Bala)
Woodington House.M. Anderson    ABS
56        2.50       13.00 up    13 miles
40        3.00 up 18.00 up     7 miles
75
14
34
10
14
100
18
32
40
30
35
15
50
10
12
15
12
14
6
15
15
18
10
17
100
30
50
LAKE JOSEPH
CRAIGIE LEA (Station, Barnesdale)
Carlingford  . F. J. Ames ASBC        20
Ma-Le-Ha-la LodgeMrs. C. Campbell.    AS 8
ELGIN HOUSE (Station, Bala)
Elgin House L. E. Love   ABCS     200
GORDON BAY
Gordon House Mrs. A. J. Clegg...      AS 14
Island View H. G. Ball........    ASB        33
HAMIL'S POINT (Station, MacTier)
The Highlands. . . .Bremner &
McKeig ABCS       50
LAKE STEWART (Station and P.O., MacTier)
Buckeye Inn H.O.Clinch     AS 10
PINELANDS (Station. Bala)
Belmont House.... W. H. Fairhall. ...  ABS        75
pinelands House... E. H. Jones ABSC       35
STANLEY HOUSE (Station. Gordon Bay)
Stanley House Mrs. W. Bisonnette ABS        30
3.50 up 21.00 up 8 miles
3.00 14.00 up 7 miles
3.00       18.00 up     7 miles
2.50       15.00 up
3.00       20.00
3.50 up 21.00 up
3.00       18.00 up
3.00       15.00 up
18 miles
17 miles
17 miles
18 miles
17 miles
27        3.00 up 15.00 up   20 miles
3.50 up 15.00 up 12 miles
3.50 up 18.00 up 12 miles
2.50       14.00 up 12 miles
3.00        14.00 up 12 miles
3.00 up 16.00 up 12 miles
2.00       20.00 up 12 miles
2.50        14.00 12 miles
Apply      14.00 up 12 miles
2.00
3.00
2.00
2.50
18.00 up
14.00
6 miles
7 miles
6 miles
10 miles
2.50       12.00 up 26 miles
2.50       14.00 26 miles
3.00       16.00 25 miles
Apply     Apply 26 miles
3.50 up 22.00 up 25 miles
4.00 up 28.00 up 26 miles
2.50       15.00 up 26 miles
5.00 up 25.00 up 8 miles
167        7.00 up.
18 miles
40 2.50 up 14.00 up 16 miles
46 3.50 up 18.00 up 15 miles
60 3.50 up 16.00 up 15 miles
31 3.50 up 18.00 up 15 miles
28              10.00 up 16 miles
30 2.50 up 13.00 up 11 miles
40 3.00       16.00 up 16 miles
20 5.00      30.00 up 17 miles
100 4.50 up 25.00 up 26 miles
62 3.00 up 20.00 up 20 miles
2.50
2.50
14.00 up   25 miles
15.00 25 miles
4.50 up 24.50 up   20 miles
Apply      Apply        A mile
3.00 up 18.00 up      1 mile
Apply      18.00
6 miles
2.50       12.00
1 mile
3.00       17.00 up
3.00 up 18.00 up
9 miles
9 miles
3.50 up 16.50 up
3'A miles KAWARTHA and SIMCOE LAKES
Town Proprietor or Plan    No. of      *£?        *?    ^om"
Manager Rooms      Day        Week     Station
ATHERLEY (Station. Orillia)
FirnVrn,yilU ?'Aiister:      AS 20 3.00       16.00 up     3 miles
Fern Cottage J. H. Pettapiece...     AB 41 Apply     Apply          5 miles
Lakeview House... A. LO'Connell...   ABS 50 3 50       18 00 up     3 m es
?i±ardI P?nt Inn'^' Thuerrien    Ax¥ 86 30° UP «8.00 up 21/t m es
BOBCAYGEON'                     *'" * 60 ^ "P       ^ "***
Braden Villa Mrs. E. E. Braden. EBS 12 1.00         5.00 up   3 blocks
Kenosha Inn. D. Irving       AB 22 2.50 up 15.00 up200yard8
Lakeview House...!. McL. Oliver....    AS 30 2.50       14.00           3mues
R°$URL£lge K^X-T-JP*"'    AS 38 2.50 up 17.50 up    Mme
Red Rock Inn Mrs. W. J. Thomas   A 12 2.00       12.00 up     5 m  es
Rockland House.. .H. R. Davis ABC 50 2.50        15.00 up30o£rds
Stonyhurst Inn....N. Beck   ABC 20 2.50       14.00         Mmies
The Cedars C. Crowe          ACS 25 2 50       14 nn           a    .,
ThewhyteHou.e.c.H.p.rdy-;::::: abs ii iSo«piioo„P3oJy^s
BRECHIN
Victoria W.B.Wikinson...       A 13 3.00       18.00            1 mile
BURLEIGH FALLS (Station. Peterboro; reached by Motor Bus)
Burleigh Falls 7
Fishing Club.... A. E. Wagner ABS 33 4.0C up 28.00         20 miles
£ark Kr4>°lV*k^ ABC 45 3-50                 20m es
Somerset Mrs. N. Davey....    AS 10 3.00 up .   .             20 miles
CAESAREA (Station. Nestleton)
Glen Lake.. L. M. MacDonald.    AS 10 2.50       15.00           3 miles
Hiawatha ^.Reynolds     AS 20 2.50       14.00       31/2 miles
Pf°4a F.F. Harran     AS 50 3.00       15.00       3 A miles
klkMeWi £* Sarran ASP ] 5 3-00        ! 50°           3 miles
The Maples G. Humpage     AS 5 2.50       14.00           3 miles
CROWES LANDING (Station, Norwood; Reach by Motor Bus-Motor Boat)
Belvidere R. Lennox     AS 17 2 00        14 00          14 r!f;iL
Bide-A-Wee Mrs. C. W. Waters   AS 0 2.50         5 00           4 Sits
Burnham Lodge. . .F. M. Burnham...  ABS 12 3.00       2L00         14 miles
HALL'S BRIDGE (Station. Peterboro)
West Beach Mrs. J. Jones     AS 7 2.50                 20 miles
Windsor G.Fulton     AS 17 3.00       18.00         20miles
JACKSON'S POINT (Lake Simcoe)
Lakeview House... H.W. Sanders.... ASC 70 3.50       17.50 up   40 miles
Simkincoe J.H.King     AS 24 2.50       15.00         20 m es
JANETVILLE
Bradburn House...W.G. Bradburn...    A 6 1.50 up   6.00           2 miles
KAVKAR7I?A ?AR£ (Station. Peterboro; reached by Motor Bus)
The Maple Uaf... JL Cassidy.        AS 15 2.40       11.00 up   20 miles
Woodside D.H.Charlton....    A 15 2.50       15.00         19miles
LAKEFIELD (Station, Peterboro; reached by Motor Bus)
Bay View Inn W.H.Pearson....    A 26 3.00       17.50         20 miles
Buckhorn House...M. A. Swinn ACB 40 4.00       25.00         20 miles
Commercial W.H. Peacock....     A 12 3.00        18.00 up    10 miles
Lakefieid Inn A. G. Lawless ABC 41 3.50       18.00 up   10 miles
LINDSAY
£enson. Hyatt & Wellman.    A 45        3.75 up       200 yards
£fntral J. S. Fraser     A 30 2.50         8.00 up 6 blocks
^lsm«re S.A.Fear     ? 42 1.25 up   8.00 up 4 blocks
Grand J. H. Cowan     A 17 2.50       10.00 up ...	
McCRACKEN'S LANDING (Station. Peterboro; reached by Motor Bus)
Wantasa Inn C. E. Strickland... ABCS 20 4.00 up 25.00 up   22 miles
MOUNT JULIAN (Station   Peterboro; reached by Motor Bus and Motor Boat)
Glenwood      ....     Mrs. H.Lowe     AS 40 4.00       25.00         25 miles
(P.O., Juniper Island)
Mt. Julian W. Thompson     AB 21 3.50       20.00         29 miles
Viamede Mrs. W. L. lanson. ABS 50 4.00       20.00 up   28 miles
OAK ORCHARD (Station and P.O., Peterboro)
OakOrchardLodge. P. Alexander ABSC 25 8.00 up 56.00 up    16 miles
ORILLIA
Big Chief Lodge... W.A Cody....        ABS 35 4.00       22.50 up    3 miles
fca.,.e SKore House- •R- G- Dockstader.. ASC 25 3.50 up 18.00 up    A mile
Orilha House O. Morrissey     A 50 3.50 up 16.00 up    A mile
RoyalHotel....F  Doyle.          ....     A 31 3.50 up 21.00 up   18 yards
The Hermitage Inn. W. T. Stephens.... ACSB 35 3.50       20.00 up      Imile
GEORGIAN BAY—Concluded
I)
No. of
Rooms
Town Proprietor or        Plan
Manager
OTTER LAKE (Station. Dockmure)
Elliott House H. W. Hill    AB
OWEN SOUND
Comely S. Leach      A
Georgian Lodge.... R. H. Brigham....     A
King George J. A. Oliver      A
Paterson House G. Marron. A
Queen's     A. Findlay.......!     A
Seldon House A. B. L. Wright...    A
SEVERN FALLS
Severn Lodge G. N. Crummel. . .  ASB
Waubic Mrs. E. Niepage...  ASC
TROUT LAKE (Station. Rutter. P.O.. Noelville)
Camp Mayer O. R. Mayer ABCS       20
WANAPITEI
G rand Union D. W. Gauthier...     A 8
Rate
per
Day
Rate
per
Week
Distance
from
Station
LAKE ONTARIO and the ST. LAWRENCE
—Concluded
RIDEAU and MAZINAW LAKES—Concluded OTTAWA   TO   SAULT   STE.
MARIE—Condud
40        3.50 up 18.00 up   Vl mile
48
10
30
70
50
45
35
25
2.50       10.00 up Mmile
3.00       18.00 4 miles
3.00       10.00 up 5 blocks
4.00 up  i/2 mile
3.00       10.00 up Mmile
4.00 up 24.00 up 3 blocks
3.25 up 20.00 up
2.00       12.00
GEORGIAN
BIGWOOD
Commercial H. H. Porlier     A
BLACK ROAD (P.O.. Rosseau Road)
Crane Lake House. Mrs. M. Van
Koughnett     AS
FRENCH RIVER
French River Bungalow
Camp   ABS
(P.O., Asinka)
Outlying Camp at Pine Rapids.
French River
Supply Post H. Elder	
(P.O.. Bigwood)
Bon Air G. R. Elder   ACS
(P.O.. Bon Air)
Masterton's Sportsmen's Camp Mrs. A. W.
Masterton ABS
(P.O.. Bigwood, Ont.)
MAGNETAWAN (Station, Parry Sound)
Camp We-Na-Nak.F. J. Schmeler. ...  ACB
Klondike W. M. Laughlan. .     A
MANITOWANING (Station. Little Current /
Queen's.  T. Ham     A
MIDLAND
Georgian J. A. Bell      A
Queens  D. Hogben      A
MONETVILLE (Station, Rutter)
Samoset Camps... ."Lucky" Cameron.ABCS
NOELVILLE (Station. Rutter)
Camp Cunningham J. Thomas      A
Edna's Camp O. R. Mayer ASCB
BAY
15       3.00
19.00
100 yards
15       3.00
9 miles
300 yards
Apply     Apply     150 yards
18        3.50       24.00 Kmile
12
3.00       20.00      31/2 mile8
5.00      Apply 24 miles
21 1.50 up 10.00 up 14 mile8
E. Ry.)
50        3.00       10.00 22 miles
80
40
20
12
20
3.50 up 21.00 uP350yards
3.00 up 17.50 up 150 yards
5.00                32 miles i
3.00       21.00
3.00       18.00
24 miles !
18 miles !
LAKE ONTARIO AND THE
ST. LAWRENCE
BATTERSEA (Station. Kingston)
Loughbo^gh C*Lake     AB 3° 4-°°       25°°         16miIe8
q View. J- C. Enders ACS 14 5.00 up 30.00 up    16 miles
San*ers E. Sanger     AS 25 4.00       25.00           onSes
BELLEVILLE
5.e,lvidere " W. F. Allore     A 40 3.00 up 17.50 up 300yards
£*ty  •• H.Johnson      A 15 3.00             P   Mmile
Crystal     ...   Mrs. Munro      A 30 3.00 up                      1(fc m  e
Munro Hotel Mrs. M. Byles. . . .     E 23 1.50    P   6.00             I mile
New Queens 4-B.Ryan     A 74 3.25 up          3 blocks
Quinte J- V.Jenkins     AB 100 4.00 up ..      .      400 yards
BEWDLEY (Station. Port Hope)
KennedyHotel....W  W.Kennedy...  ACS 15 2.50        15.00          10 miles
Lakeview House... W  Kennedy     AB 9 2.50        14.00          10 miles
Rice Lake Inn P. W. Farr      A 9 2.50        15.00          10 miles
BOWMANVILLE
Bowman House....W. Fisher     A 30 3.50       .                 2 blocks
Balmoral H. F.Minns      A 28 3.00 up .     ..         M mSe
BRIGHTON
Clarendon D. E. Harrison....    A 30 3.00 up 17.50      175 yards
PAUDASH (By Bus from Peterboro')
Six Point Lodge... A. D.Greene ABS 35 5.00       32.00         55 miles
PETERBORO
American M.J. Costello. .. .     A 32 2.00       12.00 up    Mmile
£"**?"• &I?-S/raham""    A 85 4.00 up 28.00 up   £J3£
S^ n*A*^atterS     A 51 3'00       14.00 up    lOmin.
jS,n* s D. N. King     A 25 3.00       18 00         M mil*
Montgomery E.H.Brown      A 30 2 50                           Mme
White House G.White     A 35 4 00       MM.     60o£rds
PLEASANT POINT y
Pleasant Point Inn.Dr. A. L. Morgan.. ABCS 40 2.50 up 15.00 up 2V, miles
STURGEON POINT (Station, Lindsay)
Lake View Inn.... F. Walkey   ASB 20 2.50       15.00         10 miles
THURSTONIA PARK (Station, Dunsford)
Leeborough Inn. . . Mrs. H. Lee ABS 15 2 50 un 15 00 «r>      7 «,;i«o
Sr-s?-• ■ • v' • •p-H-skitch abcs 2? loo 5 li-gg 11 1 st
WASHAGO (Station, Orillia)
RiverdaleHall....J.A  LeQuyer   ASC 15 2.75                   12miles
Seminole R. A. Milne     A 20 3.25       17.50         12 miles
YOUNG'S POINT (Station Peterboro; reached by Motor Bus)
Carleton. W. McFarlane....    A 20 3.00       18.00 up    14 miles
Kearneys     Mrs^ J   C. Kearney    A 10 3.00       18.00   P     4 miles
Lakeview House... H  B.Simons     A 26 3.00       21.00         14 miles
rARLbLEY
Ka-wig-A-Mog
Io^°rgL;,H,--A,r,CoVrtney-'    AC 25 4.50       28.00 up    15 miles
^RRY^OTND           reBO,re     A '6 2-00up,4-°0         ,0mile«
Ad,anac J. L-Haggart ABS 16 3.00       17.00 up   21 miles
Belvedere.        AG. Peebles    ABS 110 5.00        .   .        P    A me
Camp Franklin.... Christie Bros      A 125 3.00 up   8 00 up    17 rn  es
^feeV A* r-,°uNeiU AFS i° 2'50 UP 15.00 up H/2 mlks
^cSteoria°int y.F-T&=S?r::AAc I f.^upio.OOup   1 31
PICKEREL T'J'Calder     A 20 3.00       18.00   P   i/2 mile
gv«^v.:5:Sra5ii::::: ^° \i 33o°o0   ^   4o/§yn£:rdes
POrNTE8\ulARtLE,BUr^^          A i! ':°°      40™           4m^
TheOiibw;; HrrEr^a.FinIey-A9?o 25 4-00       17-50"P     7miles
^pS^SS^YJLS^^ ABCS 8° 5.00up30.00u^     7miles
tes^'i^^ 44 5-°° 2Kooup 6miies
WZZ^"'0™-*"-    AC M 25°        ,6°°         3°mil-
TheInn Mrs. H. Spencer...     A 32 3.00        14 00          U mile
PORT SEVERN (Station, Lovering)
CaLTRawle; F' n™*" /££ 30 30°        150° UP      6 miles
mJS^^I ?^' *'             Rawson ABCS 60 3.50       20.00 up     6 miles
CommerdX T'J' ?'Cc—• • •     A 14 2.50        10.00          Y mile
EfdeSle        L^tCr\*}'      E 21 I-00          5-°0           Mmile
Franklin HouVe ' ' " ¥r* ^ Morgan- "ASB 15 3.50        17.00         4 blocks
Garbutts HoU8e--J-Guiney      A 10 2.50          9.00 up   l/2 mile
GrandCent;alV:.::Ailalnfe     ^B % 3 50 up 20.00 up    A mile
SSSr-1^-^?^'-"-- ™ % 2:55°ouP:::::    &3ft
KeVere R.Johnston      A 100        3.50 up          Vl mile
Town
COBOURG
British	
Cedarmere.. . .
Proprietor or
Manager
Plan
. E. Calighey & Son.    A
.W.P.Luke   ABS
5 miles
1 mile
3.00       18.00 21 miles
2.00       12.00      300 yards
Lakehurst Miss M. Lucy ABCS
Lakeview J. Roberts      A
New Dunham Mrs. B. M. Green.     A
New Royal S. Fisher      E
The Baltimore J. Cauley      A
COLBORNE
Brunswick J. F. Wolfraim      A
New Queen's Hotel. W. E. Wilson     A
CORNWALL
Algonquin J. R. Duquette... .ABCS
Carleton Z. Runions      A
Cornwallis N. Fall     EB
King George E. L. Denis      A
New Windsor A. Laplante      A
GORES LANDING (Station, Cobourg)
Rice Lake House.. .A. E. Harris     AS
HAMILTON BEACH (Station, Hamilton)
No. of
Rooms
50
52
23
25
32
20
35
Rate
Day
Rate
w'eek
Distance
from
Station
Town
Proprietor or
Manager
3.50         l/2 mile
3.50 up 22.50 up 1 M miles
3.00 up 15.00 up    Mmile
3.00
3.00
1.50
3.00
21.00
20.00
A mile
A mile
A mile
V2 mile
35
34
150
18
84
60
40
20
5.00 up 30.00 up
2.50  tO.OO
3.00  	
3.50 up 17.50 up
3.00 up 17.50
3.50  21.00
Lakeside Miss G. Perry..
HARWOOD (Station, Cobourg)
Lake View J. Moore	
KINGSTON
Anglo-American. . .J. Unsworth	
British-American.. .M. Bohan	
Chateau Belvidere.M. C. Fenwick... .
Frontenac J. A. Hughes	
LaSalle A. S. Randolph.. . .
New Windsor J. S. Gilmoui
P^za H. M. Johnsi
Prince George. .
NEWCASTLE
Elmhurst Inn. .
Oriental	
OSHAWA
Central Hotel. .
Commercial.. .
Genosha Hotel
PORT HOPE
Craigieburn...
Ontario	
Queens	
Spruce Lodge.
PRESCOTT
Alexandra. . . .
Daniels	
Royal Palm.. .
nour.
nston..
ES
ASB
A
E
E
A
E
A
A
20        1.50 up
.G. Rothwell  AC
..W. E. Purdy  A
....Mrs. L. J.
Glendenning.... A
 McCrohan's Ltd.. . E
 T. B. McTaggart.. A
 E. A. Leach  AB
 Mrs. C. Oswald.. . A
 Mrs. M. Lowe.... A
. . . . F. Keeler  A
. . .. C. Jacob  A
.. . . E.T. Horan  A
. . . . B. H. Cochrane
& Son  A
 L. McKnight  A
30
22
45
50
60
140
40
30
30
4.00      21.00     12>/2i
2.50
1.75
3.00 up
4.00 up
2.50 up
3.50      AL,
3.50 up 20.1
3.00       14.00
m
12        3.50       18.00
20
50
50
105
9
21
40
10
2.50       10.00
2.00 up 14.00
3.50 21.50
3.50 up Apply
A mile
A mile
Vl mile
Yt mile
1 mile
3.00 up 18.00 up 1/2 mile
2.75         A mile
3.50       18.00 Mmile
2.50       12.00 4 blocks
40        3.50 up 21.00 up   3 blocks
40
15
PRESQU'ILE POINT (Station and P.O., Brighton)
3.50
3.00
12.00
Mmile
100 yards
Presqu'ile G
TRENTON
Gilbert.
Quick
ACS        38      Apply     Apply 6 miles
Quinte	
Royal	
WHITBY
Royal.....
Whitby....
.J. B. Crawford.
• J. Orrill.
.T. H.
Long.
A
A
A
. . A. Rosseau      A
. .L. S. Bandel      E
52
22
16
35
15
3.50 up	
2.50       10.00
2.50
P/2 miles
1 mile
9.00 up      1 mile
3.50       12.00 up
1.50 up 21.00
Mmile
1 mile
2.50       12.00
RIDEAU AND MAZINAW LAKES
BON ECHO (Station, Kaladar)
Camp Mazinaw
(Boys' Camp)... K. Ketchum     AB 	
CALABOGIE
Legree House Mrs. F. Hayword..     A
CHRISTIE LAKE
Red Cedar Inn R. W. Marks ACS
Tom's Inn T. Marks    ACS
CLOYNE (Station. Kaladar)
Wickware Mrs. S. S. Drysdale   A
CROW LAKE
Idlewild W. Reynolds      A
HAVELOCK
Armstrong House. .C. Armstrong      A
KALADAR
B%v^wKyf-• •'•£• • 4 R- Perry  ac
(P.O. Myers Cave)
Do Drop In W. W. Villneff. . A
23 miles
Kmile
30
12
19
35
3.00        15.00      300 yards
2.50 up 15.00 up 100 yards
2.00       10.00
2.50       16.00
14 miles
4 miles
3.00 9.00        30 yards
10
10
3.00
15 miles
Plan     No. of
Rooms
TICHBORNE
Kennedy's Resort.. W. Kennedy      A
Lake View J. Steele     AS
Tichborne C. B. Clobridge...    AC
Tourist s Home....H. M. Shillington..   AC
TRENT RIVER (Station. Havelock)
Cedar Isle Mrs. A. Wight ACS
TWEED
Huyck House H. Courneyea     A
Rate
Day
Rate
V/eek
Distance
from
Station
Town
Proprietor or
Manager
5
9
8
15
26
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
17.50
14.00
15.00
15.00
3'/2 miles
3 J/2 miles
175 yards
6 miles
SAULT STE. MARIE
AJgoma B. Cohen	
Algonquin T. Nault	
Grand View M. O'Brien	
Windsor P. M. Everett.
2.50       16.00       3V2 miles
Royal. .
.. C. E. Keenan. .
Plan
No. of
Rooms
E
40
A
50
E
52
E
160
E
40
Rate
Day
1.00 up
4.50 up
1.50 up
Rate
per
Week
4.00 up
7.00 up
42        3.00
2.50       10.00 up P/2 miles
2.00 up 10.00 up      lmile
10 miles
A mile
A mile
Vl mile
Vl mile
11 miles
7 miles
LAKES HURON AND ERIE
12.00 up  75 yards
10.50       100 yards
  A mile
1 block
M mile
M mile
5 blocks
100 yards
GODERICH
Bedford Litt & Litt	
British Exchange. . W. T. Pellow	
Goderich Inn L. J. Baker	
Menesetung Park. .B. H. McCreath..
Sunset C. C. Lee	
PORT BURWELL
American H. Butcher	
Lakeside Mrs. J. Fick	
PORT DOVER (L. E. & N.. from Gait)
Commercial Mrs. J. Henderson     A
Erie Beach J. W. Storke..   ABS
Norfolk C.E.  Gamble     A
Orchard Beach W. M. Buck......  ACS
A
E
A
ABCS
ABS
A
A
50
40
17
25
100
6
27
15
70
25
50
3.00 up 12.50 up
1.50       	
3.00       	
3.00
5.00
2.50
3.50
3.00
18.00
29.00 up
9.00
10.00
1 mile
Vl mile
A mile
\Vi miles
A mile
150 yards
100 yards
MARMORA (Station, Bonarlaw)
Tipperary House.. .J. P. McGrath. .. .ASCB
MERRICKVILLE
City G. Louis     A
OTTY LAKE PARK (Station and P.O., Perth)
Ouneta Inn T. A. Consitt ACS
PERTH
lmP*£rw ■: *, ?• A- Lambert. ...
Perth Hotel N. B. Nicoll	
Revere House Mrs. P. J. Kehoe..
SHARBOT LAKE
SiUcrest D. Buchanan	
Munro T.J. Munro	
SMITHS FALLS
^J}nngton Mrs. C. Hallinan..
£ldeau"        F.M. Powers.
2.00       10.00      500 yards
A
A
A
A
AC
Russell.
 W.J. Burchill.
E
A
A
40
25
18
30
30
30
10
20
30
60
35
3.00       16.00
3.00
7 miles
Vl mile
3.50      21.00      31/2 miles
2.50
3.00
3.00
2.50
2.50
1.00
3.50
2.50
10.00
12.00
15.00
15.00
3.50 up
A mile
4 blocks
Vl mile
5 min.
100 yards
1 mile
7 blocks
A mile
PORT STANLEY (London and Port Stanley Ry. from St. Thomas)
Chfton House Mrs. S. Vollans  A 25        3.50       16 0
Golden Inn Mrs. W. W.
Williams ... A 10
Hillcrest Inn Mrs. C. Raynor-
_ . Shipp  AS 40
Orion J. Bartholomew... ABS 45
PRESTON (G.R.R. from Gait)
Braeside Lodge Miss J. L. Robb... AB 25
Central F. Church  A 22
Kress W. F. Kress  AB 50
Preston Springs  AB 70
20.00 M mile
5.00 up 30.00 up 400yards
2.00 up 10.00 1 block
3.50 up 20.00 up  2 blocks
3.50
3.50
4.50
4.00
5.00
3.50
4.00
16.00 up
18.00
24.50 up
20.00 up
8 miles
8 miles
8 miles
A mile
35.00 up 200 yards
24.50 2 miles
20.00 up     1 block
7.00 up 45.00 up 100 yards
OTTAWA TO SAULT STE, MARIE
ARNPRIOR
New Byrne J.R.Byrne      A 40
BEAR ISLAND (T. & N.O. Ry. Station. Temagami)
3.50 up 21.00     220 yards
Lake View House. .Mrs. j. Turner
BLIND RIVER
Harmonic A. Berthlette      A
DAYTON (Station. Thessalon)
'Tween the Lakes.. Mrs. D. S. Morin..     A
DEAN LAKE
McDonald Hotel... J. A. McDonald...     A
(P.O., Iron Bridge)
Huronic  W. J. Beharriell...     A
DESBARATS
Desbarats J. E. Corran     AC
Diamond Lake Inn.T. J. Parker   ABS
GORE BAY (Station, Spragge)
Ocean House T. R. Porter ACB
Queens A. C. Bryan    AC
HILTON BEACH (Station, Desbarats)
Lake View N. McDougall     A
KAGAWONG (Station, Spragge)
Havelock A. A. Hunt ...    A
LITTLE CURRENT (Algoma Eastern Ry.)
La Cloche View
Camp H. C. Hawkins....  ABS
Mansion House J. A. Johnson      A
MASSEY
Clifton Hotel J. C. Hunter     A
Cutler Lake Lodge.W. McKnight ABCS
MATTAWA
Trans Canada A. Emond.      A
Royal L. Morel     A
Mattawa. : A. McKechnie ABC
MOOR LAKE
Moorlake  Mrs. E. Lee     A
NAIRN
King George N. J. Zangari      A
NORTH BAY
Continental J. Symington. ....     A
Empire Hotel L. Devine.
ABC       25       3.00      21.00
17 miles
King George.
Queens	
PEMBROKE
Copeland.
Mackay	
Leland	
Pembroke	
Windsor	
RENFREW
Central Hotel.
..W. Brazeau     E
 M. C. Shepherd...    A
...I.Roy     E
.. .T. Laundrauilt..,
...M.J. Needham..
.. . J. B. Teevens...
.. .Mrs. J. Cecile	
. . . F. Foy. .
Dominion House.. .J. M."George.
Exchange Mrs. J. Dunbar. '.
Ottawa House..
Renfrew	
SAND POINT
Young's	
. .A. Gravelle..
. .A. Thurston.
. .J. Young. . ..
A
A
AB
A
A
A
A
A
A
20
50
12
20
20
25
18
20
12
50
9
30
40
40
40
14
80
102
22
65
80
30
25
65
40
29
50
25
50
60
3.50 up       150 yards
3.00 up 18.00 up    10 miles
3.50       21.00
7 miles
2.00        9.00      160 yards
2.00
4.00
3.50
2.50
10.00
25.00
21.00
10.00
3.00      20.00
2.50       16.50
6.00      24.50
4.75 up 28.00
3.00
3.00
3.50
2.50
3.50
2.50
15.00
18.00
21.00
20 yards
10 miles
22 miles
25 miles
7 miles
30 miles
10 miles
80 yards
100 yards
9 miles
A mile
  A mile
21.00 up 50 yards
. 4.. .        50 yards
2.50       10.50 Vl block
3.50       15.00     250 yards
4.00 up 31.50 up 200yards
1.00 up	
3.50 up	
1.50 up	
2.50 7.00 up
2.50       12.00
4.00 up
2.50
50 yards
30 yards
3 blocks
3/5 mile
A mile
7.50 up 200 yards
2.50
2.25
2.50
2.50
4.00 up
8.00
10.00
10.00
7.00 up
10.00 up
1 block
P/2 miles
A mile
Vl mile
150 yards
1 block
16
2.50       14.00      200 yards
STURGEON FALLS
Kervin Camps Kervin Bros...
JVrkup C. E. Hawley     A
Memquisit Lodge. .Capt. C. Britton...  ASB
Windsor F. Chaput     A
SUDBURY
Balmoral J. T. O'Connor.... E
King Edward C Johnson  A
Nickel Range D. M. Morin  E
New American A H. Raby  E
New Queen's W. H. Riddell  E
TEMAGAMI (T. & N.O. Ry.)
Ashigan Andach... W. Friday ACS
Camp Bigive G. Mcintosh ..    AS
Camp Chimo G. S. Gooderham..  ABS
Camp Eucaroma...R. D. Morgan ABCS
Camp Ojibway W. K. Gunn ABSC
Camp Timagami
(Boys) A. L. Cochrane.... ASB
Ka-Kena Inn G. C. Smith ABCS
Keewaydin Camp
(Boys') Keewadin Camps
Ltd	
Ronnoco A. Stevens ASC
Timagami Inn A. P. Dolwick ABCS
3.50 up Apply
1.50 up   7.00 up
Oista
fronj
Statii
\lb mi
3 m
%m\
4 bo
lm
37
18
30
42
100
150
80
40
25
20
34
35
Apply     Apply      I.
3.50 up 21.00 up 200ya
5.00    " 35.00
3.50 up 21.00
1.50 up
3.75 up
2.00 up
1.00 up
1.00 up
6.00
22 mi
lOOyaj
4 bod
Cld
M mi
3 bo]
4.00       25.00
Apply     26.00
5.00 up 30.00 up
4.00 up 25.00 up
5.00      30.00
17 mil
20
45
75
5.00
4.00
Apply
5.00
35.00
25.00
Apply
30.00
4.50 up 28.00 up
TEMAGAMI ISLAND (Station and P.O.. Temagami. T. & N.O. Ry.)
Wabi-Kon Camp... H. W. Wilson ABS        .. 4.00 up 32.00 up
THESSALON
Heffernan  J. G. McCartney. .     A 40        3.50        	
TROUT MILLS (Station. North Bay)
Camp Champlain.. E. L. Hughes ABCS
22 mil
18
27
100 y
17
WEBBWOOD
Windsor F. A. Van Norman    A 30
WHITEFISH (Station and P.O.. for Lake Penage)
Bonniview H. G. Hutchinson.   ABS 21
Penage P. Falzette      A 18
Sheehan Camp. . ..G. E.Brown     AB 20
WILLISVILLE (Station, Espanola)
Green's Camp B. H. Green ASBC
Lehman's Camps. . F. B. Lehman ABC 40
5.00  24.50
2.50   15.00  400 y
3.50
2.50 up
24.50
3.50  24.50
11
150yal
15 ^
4.00
3.00
28.00
21.00
15
WEST OF SUDBURY
FORT WILLIAM
Adanac D. L. Crites  E
Avenue J. McCranor  E
I.O.O.F. Temple... H. A. Hayes  E
New Empire. .
Royal Edward.
St. Louis	
Victoria	
C. W. Forester....     E
...C.A.Mann     EB
...J.P.Doyle      E
. Harrison....     E
KEEWATIN
Miller's Lodge J. S. McOnie     A
KENORA
Devil's Gap Bungalow Camp  .ABCS
Commercial A. I. Katz      E
Dalmore J. Sauerbrei      A
Ottawa  .R. McKay     A
Tourist A. R. Hutchison...    A
LOON
Loon Lake Hotel.. .D. G. Andrews ASC
METAGAMA
Bates' Camps M. U. Bates EBC
NIPIGON
Nipigon River Bungalow Camp....  ABS
Nipigon Inn R. W. Davidson...  AB
PORT ARTHUR
Mariaggi M. Hurtig  EC
New Ontario J. B. Wallace  E
Prince Arthur Can. Nat. Rys.... A
VERMILION BAY
Boarding House. . .J.
42
100
40
50
105
50
50
30
50
21
22
110
1.00 up
1.00 up
1.00 up
1.50 up	
2.00 up Apply
1.50 up
3.50 up
8.00 up
4.00 up
Mm
Vi    L
Mmi
6boc
4b
A
1.50 up   6.00 up 3 bl
3.50      21.00     300 y
  3
1.00 up 12.00 lb
2.50 up 17.50 up 200 y
3.00 up 18.00 2 b
5.00 up 21.00 up   4 b
12       3.00 up 20.00    500 y
1.00 x
7.00 x
30
32
110
75
150
2.00 up
p      1 m
Mm
200 y
2.00 up 10.00 up 100y
1.50 up 5.00 up 300 y
4.50 up        50 y
Armstrong     A
2.50
75 y
Whilst every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy in this direct
the Canadian Pacific Railway cannot accept responsibility for mistakes or chan
in this information, all of which has been supplied by the proprietors of the var
hotels, etc., themselves.    This particularly applies to rates.    Nor can the Canac
Pacific Railway be responsible for the standards of service and accommoda
of any hotels in Canada, except those under its own management.    Travellers w
use this list and find any changes, additions or corrections necessary would con
a favor upon users of subsequent editions by reporting same to the General Public
Department. Canadian Pacific Railway, Montreal, which also publishes a full
of hotels at business centres along the Company's system as well as the tou ii
list.
CANADIAN PACIFIC AGENCIES THROUGHOUT THE
WORLD
CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES
Atlanta, Ga K. A. Cook, General Agent Passenger Dept 404 C. 6? S. Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
Banff, Alta J. A. McDonald, District Passenger Agent Canadian Pacific Station
Boston, Mass. L. R. Hart, General Agent Passenger Dept 405 Boylston St.
Buffalo, N.Y W. P. Wass, General Agent Passenger Dept 160 Pearl St.
Calgary, Alta G. D. Brophy, District Passenger Agent Canadian Pacific Station
Chicago, 111 T.J. Wall, General Agent Rail Traffic 71 East Jackson Blvd.
Cincinnati, Ohio M. E. Malone, General Agent Passenger Dept 201 Dixie Terminal Bldg.
Cleveland, Ohio G. H. Griffin, General Agent Passenger Dept 1010 Chester Ave.
Dallas, Texas H. C. James, District Passenger Representative 906 Kirby Bldg.
Detroit, Mich G. G. McKay, General Agent Passenger Dept 1231 Washington Blvd.
Edmonton, Alta C. S. Fyfe, City Ticket Agent Canadian Pacific Bldg.
Fort William, Ont H. J. Skynner, City Passenger Agent 108 South May St.
Guelph, Ont. . W. C. Tully, City Passenger Agent 30 Wyndham St.
Halifax, N S  .    A. C. MacDonald, City Passenger Agent 413 Barrington St.
Hamilton, Ont A. Craig, City Passenger Agent Cor. King and James Sts.
Honolulu, T.H .Theo. H. Davies 6? Co.
Juneau, Alaska E. W. Mulvihill, Agent
Kansas City, Mo R. G. Norris, City Passenger Agent 723 Walnut St.
Ketchikan, Alaska E. Anderson, Agent
Kingston, Ont  J. H. Welch, City Passenger Agent 180 Wellington St.
London, Ont         • H. J. McCallum, City Passenger Agent 417 Richmond St.
Los Angeles, Cal     .      W. Mcllroy, General Agent Passenger Dept 621 South Grand Ave
Memphis, Tenn   M. K. McDade, Travelling Passenger Agent 35 Porter Bldg.
Milwaukee, Wis F. T. Sansom, City Passenger Agent, Soo Line 108 East Wisconsin Ave.
Minneapolis, Minn H. M. Tait, General Agent Passenger Dept 611 2nd Ave. South
. . ,   _ JP. E. Gingras, District Passenger Agent Dominion Square Bldg.
Montreal, Que |F> c Lydon> General Agent Passenger Dept 201 St. James St. W.
Moose Jaw, Sask T.J. Colton, Ticket Agent Canadian Pacific Station
Nelson, B.C    J. S. Carter, District Passenger Agent Baker and Ward Sts.
New York, N.Y F. R. Perry, General Agent Rail Traffic Madison Ave. at 44th St.
North Bay, Ont C. H. White, District Passenger Agent 87 Main Street West
Ottawa, Ont J. A. McGill, General Agent Passenger Dept 83 Sparks St.
Peterboro, Ont J. Skinner, City Passenger Agent 343  George  St.
Philadelphia, Pa..... J. C. Patteson, General Agent Passenger Dept 1500 Locust St.
Pittsburgh, Pa W.A. Shackelford, General Agent Passenger Dept 338 Sixth Ave.
Portland, Ore W. H. Deacon, General Agent Passenger Dept 148A Broadway
Prince Rupert, B.C W.L.Coates, General Agent .
Quebec, Que C. A. Langevin, General Agent Passenger Dept  Palais Station
Regina, Sask J. W. Dawson, District Passenger Agent Canadian Pacific Station
Saint John, N.B C. B. Andrews, District Passenger Agent ..40 King St.
St. Louis, Mo Geo. P. Carbrey, General Agent Passenger Dept 412 Locust St
St. Paul, Minn      W.H. Lennon, General Agent Rail Traffic, Soo Line Fourth 6? Cedar
San Francisco, Cal F. L. Nason, General Agent Passenger Dept 675 Market St.
Saskatoon, Sask R.T.Wilson, City Ticket Agent 115 Second Ave.
Sault Ste. Marie, Ont J. O. Johnston, City Passenger  Agent 529 Queen Street
Seattle, Wash E. L. Sheehan, General Agent Passenger Dept 1320 Fourth Ave.
Sherbrooke, Que J. A. Metivier, City Passenger Agent 91 Wellington St. North
Skagway, Alaska L. H. Johnston, Agent rt1JiT     „   '._..
Spokane, Wash    : E. L. Cardie, Traffic Manager, S.I. Ry Old Nat. Bank Bldg.
Tacoma, Wash J. T. Hodge, City Passenger Agent.  . 1113 Pacific Ave.
IW. Fulton, Assistant General Passenger Agent Canadian Pacific Building
Toronto, Ont {S. E. Corbin, General Agent Passenger Dept Canadian Pacific Building
|G. B. Burpee, District Passenger Agent .%,. .Union Stn., Room 367
Vancouver, B.C F. H. Daly, District Passenger Agent 434 Hastings Street West
Victoria,-.B.C L. D. Chetham, District Passenger Agent 1102 Government St.
Washington, D.C C. E. Phelps, General Agent Passenger Dept 14th and New York Ave., N.W.
Windsor, Ont W. C. Elmer, City Passenger Agent 142 Ouellette Ave.
Winnipeg, Man E. A. McGuinness, General Agent Passenger Dept Main and Portage
EUROPE
Antwerp, Belgium E. Schmitz 25 Quai Jordaens
Belfast, Ireland W.H. Boswell 14 Donegal Place
Birmingham, England W. T. Treadaway • 4 Victoria Square
Bristol, England A. S. Ray 18 St. Augustine's Parade
Brussels, Belgium G. L. M. Servais 98 Blvd. Adolphe-Max
Dublin, Ireland A. T. McDonald, Agent 44 Dawson St.
Glasgow, Scotland C. L. Crowe • • .25 Bothwell St.
Hamburg, Germany .T T.H. Gardner Alsterdamm 9
Liverpool, England H. T. Penny Pier Head
t ™,4™ v^u^A JG- E. Jenkins  62 Charing Cross
London, England \G. Saxon Jones 103 Leadenhall St.
Manchester, England R. L. Hughes 31 Mosley St.
Paris, France A. V. Clark 24 Blvd. des Capucines
Rotterdam, Holland .'  . J. Springett Coolsingel No. 91
Southampton, England H. Taylor ■.■ .•' Canute Road
ASIA
Hong Kong, China A. M. Parker, General Agent Passenger Dept Opposite Blake Pier
Kobe, Japan B.  G.  Ryan,  Passenger  Agent 7 Harimamachi
Manila, Philippine Islands J.R.Shaw, General Agent 14'l6 Calle David, Roxas Bldg.
Shanghai, China G. E. Costello, General Agent Passenger Dept No. 4 The Bund
Yokohama, Japan  .E Hospes, General Agent Passenger Dept 21 Yamashita-cho
AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, ETC.
J. Sclater, Traffic Manager, Can. Pac. Ry., for Australia and New Zealand, Union House, Sydney, N.S.W.
A. W. Essex, Passenger Manager, Can. Pac. Ry., for New Zealand, 32-34 Quay St., Auckland, N.Z.
Adelaide, S.A Macdonald, Hamilton 6? Co. (H. F. Boyer, Pass'r. Rep., Can. Pac. Ry.
Auckland, N.Z Union S.S. Co. of New Zealand (Ltd).    Melbourne, Vic.. . \ 59 William St.,
Brisbane, Qd .Macdonald, Hamilton 6? Co. (Union S.S. Co. of New Zealand (Ltd.)
Christchurch, N.Z Union S.S. Co. of New Zealand (Ltd.)    Perth, W.A Macdonald, Hamilton & Co.
Dunedin, N.Z Union S.S. Co. of New Zealand (Ltd.)    Suva, Fiji Union S.S. Co. of New Zealand (Ltd.)
Fremantle, W.A Macdonald, Hamilton 6? Co. Sydney, N.S.W Union S.S. Co. of New Zealand (Ltd.)
Hobart, Tas Union S.S. Co. of New Zealand (Ltd.) f J. T.  Campbell,  Trav. Pass'r  Agent,
Launceston, Tas Union S.S. Co. of New Zealand (Ltd.)    Wellington, N.Z..{Can. Pac. Ry., 11 Johnston St.
iUnion S.S. Co. of New Zealand (Ltd.)
Always Carry Canadian Pacific Express Travellers' Cheques—Good the World Over ^y
canadia:
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