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Array ALGONQUIN HOTEL •
CIRCLETOURSTO EASTERN CANADA
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A. E. EDMONDS
General Agent
anadian Pacific Railway
FORT ST., DETROIT.
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.'•&£^<-k&i^-2&-iMW.&x££ Introductory
We all grow stale at times. When "the good old
summer comes" especially do we feel the monotony
and grind of our every day environment, and we do
long for and need new surroundings—new scenes and a
change.
And we're all the better for it if we get these things,
men, women and children. As a result of a rail or
water trip we enjoy life more keenly—do our work
better and experience increased efficiency mentally
and physically.
And to help you along these lines we have outlined
a number of rail and water trips herein that will not
exact too much of the most modest pocketbook and
which will appeal to those who are compelled to keep
their expenses down to a minimum.
Every variety of summer land you will find along
the lines of the Canadian Pacific Railway, from the
beautiful Isle studded lakes of Ontario to the beach
of Old Orchard, Maine; from quaint, historic Quebec,
pronounced by Theodore Roosevelt to be the only
individual city on the North American Continent,
to the golf courses of St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, where
one scents the salt tang of fresh ocean breezes.
Fares and other details covering a number of interesting summer tours are enumerated herein. Drop us a
postal for descriptive literature and other details to
address shown on cover. It will be a pleasure to
serve you.
DATES OF SALE
Season Limit Summer Tourist also Circle Tour
tickets are on sale May 15th to October 15th, inclusive.
Short Limit (30 day) tickets are on sale June 1st to
September 30th, inclusive.
LIMITS
irele Tour Tickets bear final return limit of sixty
days (but not later than October 31st) from date
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of sale, and original starting point must be reached
on return journey within final limit.
Summer Tourist Tickets. Short limit thirty (30)
days.    Season Limit, October 31st.
STOP-OVERS
Stop-overs are allowed within final limit at all points
in Canada; also at principal cities in the United States
for a period of ten (10) days, not to exceed final limit
of ticket. When stop-over is desired at cities in the
United States conductor should be notified and ticket
must be deposited immediately upon arrival with the
Ticket Agent of the Railway or Steamship Line by
which passenger leaves point of stop-over.
BAGGAGE    (Customs)
Canadian Customs officials are located at Central
Station (12th St. and Park Row) Chicago, 111., and will
examine baggage destined to points in Canada.
FARES FROM OTHER POINTS
Correspondingly low fares are available from other
points and may be obtained on application to your
local ticket agent. Failing in this, however, we will
be very glad to hear from you direct.
FREE SIDE TRIP,
NIAGARA FALLS AND RETURN
Passengers holding tickets from points west of Detroit to destinations in the United States, east or
south of Sherbrooke, Que., Newport or Swanton, Vt., or
Rousew Point, N. Y., via Canadian Pacific Ry.,
will be furnished Free Side Trip tickets Toronto
to Niagara Falls and return, via rail lines, or during
Season of navigation via steamer across Lake Ontario,
thence the Great Gorge Route to Niagara Falls and
return.
MEALS AND BERTHS
Meals and berth are furnished by the Old Dominion
Steamship Company (New York and Norfolk) and
by the Merchants and Miners Transportation Company (Boston and Norfolk) while at sea; on all other
steamer lines charge is made for meals and berths
en route.
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SUMMER   T
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Season Limit (October 31)
FROM
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Battle Creek
Bay City. . ...
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Jackson 	
Kalamazoo. . .
Lansing......
Muskegon....
Petoskey	
Saginaw.	
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Season
Limit
15.50
14.54
17.75
15.09
18.93
13.10
13.99
18.37
16.06
18.67
15.97
19.81
22.39
14.97
Short
Limit
•  •   •
•   •   • • •  •
Season
Limit
•  •   •  •
19.90
18.94
22.05
19.39
23.23
17.50
18.99
22.67
20.46
22.97
20.38
24.67
26.95
19.27
Short
Limit
21.10
21.10
21.10
21.60
21.10
21.10
21.10
21.10
21.10
21.10
21.60
26.00
21.10
Season
Limit
25.65
24.69
27.65
24.99
28.83
23.25
23.89
28.27
26.21
28.57
25.87
29.71
32.29
24.87
Short
Limit
21.10
21.10
21.10
21.60
22.26
21.10
21.10
21.10
21.10
21.10
21.10
21.60
26.00
21.10
Season
Limit
27.40
26.44
29.76
28.64
32.48
25.00
27.54
31.08
27.96
30.68
28.50
32.66
35.94
28.52
Short
Limit
26.00
26.00
26.00
26.50
27.16
26.00
26.00
26.00
26.00
26.00
26.00
26.50
30.90
26.00
Season
Limit
32.21
31.29
34.61
33.49
37.33
29.85
32.39
35.93
32.81
35.53
33.35
37.51
40.79
33.37
Short
Limit
31.60
31.60
31.60
32.10
32.76
31.60
31.60
31.60
31.60
31.60
31.60
32.10
36.50
31.60
Season
Limit
47.40
46.44
49.76
48.64
52.48
45.00
48.20
51.08
47.96
50.68
49.38
52.66
55.94
48.52
Short
Limit
36.60
36.60
36.60
37.10
37.76
36.60
36.60
36.60
36.60
36.60
36.60
37.10
41.50
36.60
Season
Limit
55.65
54.69
58.01
56.89
60.73
53.25
56.45
59.33
56.21
58.93
57.63
60.91
64.19
56.77
Short
Limit
28.80
28.80
28.80
29.30
29.96
28.80
28.80
28.80
28.80
28.80
28.80
29.30
33.70
28.80
Season
Limit
35.40
34.44
37.76
36.64
40.48
33.00
35.54
39.08
35.96
38.68
36.50
39.70
43.94
36.52
Short
Limit
30.50
30.50
30.50
31.00
31.66
30.50
30.50
30.50
30.50
30.50
30.50
31.00
35.40
30.50
Season
Limit
35.40
34.44
37.76
36.64
40.48
33.00
35.54
39.08
35.96
38.68
36.50
39.70
43.94
36.52
STEAMER MAY BE USED ON ST. LAWRENCE RIVER FROM TORONTO OR KINGSTON TO MONTREAL FOR SMALL ADDITIONAL FARE
6
Train Schedules
Subject to change without notice.
READ DOWN
The Canadian
6:10 P. M., Mon.
12:45 A. M., Tues.
12:53 A. M., Tues.
8:40 A. M., Tues.
6:30 P. M., Tues.
6:15 A. M., Wed.
7:11 A. M., Wed.
7:58 A. M., Wed.
7:30 A. M., Wed.
11:20 A.M., Wed.
6:45 A. M., Wed.
READ UP
The Canadian
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Ar. Montreal
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{Direct   connection at Portland with Bar Harbor
6:20 A. M.
Monday Used as Illustration Only.
7:53 A. M
12:05 A. M
11:55 P.M
6:30 P. M
8:45 A. M
9:30 P. M
8:39 P. M
7:55 P. M
8:30 P. M
4:40 P. M
11:30 P.M
Express
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leaving
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The Dominion
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3:35 P.
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8:44 P.
9:35 P.
8:50 P.
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2:00 P.
8:00 A.
10:00 P.
9:35 A.
7:27 A.
6:40 A,
9:30 A,
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§Effective June 28th.
*Michigan Central Station,
Equipment
Compartment-Library-Observation   Cars,   Standard   Sleeping   Cars,
Modern Coaches and Dining Cars operated on daily schedule.
leeping Car Fares
Lower
BETWEEN Berth
Chicago   and Detroit.  2.00
Chicago   and Toronto  3.00
Chicago   and Montreal  5.00
Chicago   and Portland  5.50
Chicago   and Old Orchard  5.50
Chicago   and Boston   5.50
Detroit    and Toronto  1 -. 50
Detroit    and Montreal  3.25
Toronto and Montreal  2.00
Montreal and Quebec  1.50
Montreal and St. Andrews  2.75
Montreal and St. John  3.00
Montreal and Halifax  4.00
Montreal and Portland  2.00
Montreal and Old Orchard  2.00
Montreal and Boston. ..   ..  2.00
7
Upper Com- Dr'w'g
Berth p'tm't Room
1.60      7.00
2.40 8.50 11.00
4.00 14.00 18.00
4.40      20.00
4.40      20.00
4.40      20.00
1.25 5.00 6.00
2.60 9.50 12.00
1.60 6.00 7.00
1.25 ..... 6.00
2.20      10.00
2.40      11.00
3.20      14.00
1.60      7.00
1.60      7.00
1.60      7. Circle Tours
The specimen tours enumerated herein will
be found to cover a wide scope of beautiful
country, including a charming combination
of rail, river, lake and ocean trips.
Rail
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ROUTE No. 1
Rail to Montreal.
Rail to Boston.
Rail to Buffalo.
Rail or Boat to Detroit.
Rail to Starting Point.
ROUTE No. 2
Rail to Montreal.
Rail to Portland, Me.
Rail or Boat to Boston.
Rail to Buffalo.
Rail or Boat to Detroit.
Rail to Starting Point.
ROUTE No. 3
Rail to Montreal.
Rail to Boston.
Boat to New York.
Rail or Boat to Albany.
Rail to Buffalo.
Rail or Boat to Detroit.
Rail to Starting Point;
or return from New York.
Via Rail to Starting Point.
Through Washington and Pittsburg.
ROUTE No. 4
Rail to Montreal.
Rail to Portland, Me.
Rail or Boat to Boston.
Boat to New York.
Return same as No. 3.
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Land of Evangeline
Here is a country of wonderful historic
interest and should be included in your trip
to the Atlantic Coast. It is a land of sweet
smelling orchards and leafy groves, with miles
and miles of coast line for boating and fishing.
Canadian Pacific Hotels
ROUTE No. 5
Same as No. 3 to New York.
Steamer to Norfolk, Va.
Return any direct line
Via Cincinnati,
Or Pittsburg,
Or Buffalo.
Rive
ROUTE No. 6
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CIRCLE  TOUR FARES
FROM
Adrian	
Battle Creek
Bay City.. . .
Cadillac....
Detroit	
Grand Rapid
Flint... .. ..
Jackson.. . . .
Kalamazoo..
Lansing.....
Muskegon...
Saginaw
TOUR  NUMBERS
$30.40
33.70
31.60
34.85
2$. 35
33.70
30.10
.05
.70
J.05
33.70
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36.30
34.90
38.20
31.75
36.95
33.40
34.55
36.75
34.85
37.60
34.35
$32.80
35.65
33.45
36.80
31.25
35.95
31.95
33.85
35.95
33.95
36.65
32.95
IV
$35.95
38.25
36.75
40.20
33.60
39.20
35.25
36.40
39.00
36.75
40.55
36.25
$39.35
41.80
41.85
45.50
39.45
43.00
40.00
41.00
41.80
41.00
44.00
41.30
VI
$35.65
37.95
36.45
49.90
38.95
35.00
36.10
38.75
36.45
40.45
35.95
Rail to Montreal.
Rail to Plattsburg, N. Y.
Boat to Montcalm Landing.
Rail to Baldwin.
Boat to Lake George.
Rail to Albany.
Rail or Boat to New York.
Return same as No. 3.
The Chateau Frontenac—Quebec
in the quaintest and historically the most interesting city in America. One of the finest hotels on the continent. It occupies a
commanding position overlooking the St. Lawrence, its site being
unrivalled.
Rates,  $5.00  per  day  and  upward.    American  plan.    One
mile from C. P. R. Station.    Transfer charge     Bus, 50 cents.
The Place Viger—Montreal
is a handsome structure immediately opposite the Viger Square, at
Place Viger Station IH miles from Windsor Street Station, and at
a convenient distance from Ocean Line docks, most tastefully furnished, the style and elegance characterizing the Chateau Frontenac at Quebec, being also found here.
Rates,   $3.50   per   day   and   upward,   American   plan;    also
European plan.
The Algonquin—St. Andrews, N. B.
(Open from June 20th to September 30th)
has recently been thoroughly renovated and much enlarged. Best
natural golf links in Canada. Rates, $5.00 per day and upward,
American plan; also European plan.
McAdam Station Hotel—McAdam, N. B.
located at Station.    $3.00 per day and upward, American plan.
f
If rail is used from Montcalm Landing to Albany,
fare will be $1.50 less.)
Steamer may be used from Toronto to Montreal at
extra charge of $8.00, and from Kingston to Montreal
at extra charge of $4.50, via all routes.
#
If rail is used via routes reading through Boston to
New York, rate will be $1.25 additional.
10
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Chateau Frontenac, Quebec—Canadian Pacific Railway
12 CIRCLE TOURS TO EASTERN CANADA
NEWENGLAND.BOSTON &NEWYORK
'or further information apply to
A. E, EDMONDS
General Agent
Canadian Pacific Railway
1 WEST FOJtf ST.,' DETROIT, MICH

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