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Array O X
THE
CHARMS
OF
CANADA
ISSUED BY THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
 , Traveling Pass'r Agt., 725 Olive Street.ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. J. BLAIS DELL, City Pass'r Agt., 725 Olive Street ST. LOUIS, MO.
E. MERCHANT, Trav. Pass'r Agt., 442 Sheidley Bldg KANSAS CITY, MO.
C. W. SMITH, Traveling Pass'r Agt., 232 So. Clark Street.. .CHICAGO, ILL.
C. L. WILLIAMS, City Pass'r Agt., 232 So. Clark Street CHICAGO, ILL.
ROBERT KERR, WILLIAM STITT,
Passenger Traffic Manager. General Passenger Agent,
MONTREAL MONTREAL
A. C. SHAW
General Agent, 232 So. Clark Street, CHICAGO r~
Summering in Canada
Canada is rapidly becoming a popular summer play ground
for thousands of people of the United States, who, desiring a
change of scene, also find rest and recreation in this northern
land whose refreshing climate and charming surroundings
combine to make vacation days most enjoyable. With unexcelled travelling facilities, capital hotel accommodation in
restful watering places, and famous fishing grounds that
are easily accessible, there need not be any monotonous moments, and so many interesting places are there to be visited,
that one's time may be fully occupied during the entire trip.
From the Western and Middle States several American
railways at Detroit, Buffalo and Niagara Falls, connect with
the Canadian Pacific Railway, whose lines traverse the. most
inviting parts of Canada, reach all the largest cities and summer resorts, and curious old places, which, as if transplanted
PROVINCIAL   PARLIAMENT   BUILDINGS,  TORONTO,  ONT.
from across the ocean, give a glimpse of the Old World without leaving the new. There are besides the journey by rail a
number of watering trips through the grandest rivers and
lakes, and in all there is a splendid equipment of day, parlor,
sleeping and dining cars and capacious steamers by which the
ideal luxury of travel is actually attained.
DETROIT
Holders of tickets reading over the Canadian Pacific Railway, via Detroit, will find the City of the Straits one of the
handsomest cities of the Union, with many points of interest.
Across the Detroit river is Windsor, one of a number of prosperous towns through one of the richest agricultural districts
of the Province of Ontario to Toronto, the capital of the
Province.
NIAGARA FALLS
This unrivalled natural wonder has lost none of,its attractiveness, and is still a place where tourists gather from all parts
of the civilized globe. The immense flood pouring over the
American and Horseshoe Falls has a peculiar fascination, and
the whirlpool and rapids above and below the mighty cataract
are sights worth seeing. The excursions which may be made,
about Niagara are numerous and interesting.
NIAGARA   FALLS.
TORONTO
Toronto is pre-eminently a tourist city, and every summer
attracts many thousands of visitors from the United States and
Europe. It is beautifully situated and has a fine climate. Toronto's streets are wide, asphalted, and run at right angles to
each other, after the American fashion. The city is at its best
in June, July and August, as then the parks have lost none of
their freshness, and the carefully tended gardens are bright
and fragrant. Automobiles and Tally Ho coaches from the
hotels afford delightful drives and thereby an excellent idea
of Toronto's beauty is obtained. The island, reached by steam
ferry, is a favorite resort for visitors. The city is famous as
an educational centre—Toronto University, Trinity College
and Upper Canada College being amongst the principal seats
of learning.
From Toronto the Falls of Niagara can be visited, either
by steamer across Lake Ontario, or the trip can be made by
train around the head of the Lake, via Hamilton, one of Canada's most progressive cities, and through the fruitful Niagara
peninsula to the brink of the great precipice.
MUSKOKA
From Toronto the lines of the Canadian Pacific traverse
the wilds of Muskoka and Parry Sound, which form a great
natural park, covering an area of over 6,000 miles and embracing over 800 water courses. The elevation of this region,
which is about 1,000 feet above sea level, gives a healthy atmosphere, always charged with ozone, and the balsamic odours of
the great forests of pine and spruce have won for it a high
reputation for the cure of hay fever and pulmonary troubles.
The Muskoka Lakes contain nearly 500 islands of every shape
and size, ranging from one of over 2,000 acres to those con-
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taining but a single tree, or a rugged mass of rock. The majority, however, are densely crowned with pine, balsam, cedar,
birch, maple, oak, and other varieties of tree life. The principal lakes are Muskoka, Joseph and Rosseau. These lakes vary
in width from narrow channels to stretches of water about six
miles wide. Muskoka Lake is twenty-one miles long and twelve
miles from Bala to Port Carling; Lake Joseph, fourteen miles
long from its junction with Lake Rosseau at Port Sandfield
to Port Cockburn at the head of the lake, and Lake Rosseau
is twelve miles long from Port Carling to Rosseau. These
attractive lakes do not monopolize all the attention of the vacation-seeker. On the many rivers of the lovely region will
be found hundreds of explorers who annually discover new
beauty in their favorite stream. Some are so narrow that only
a canoe can penetrate their wanderings, and frequently may
be seen a graceful deer or fawn upon the banks.
Boating and fishing are Muskoka's most popular sports, and
there is excellent bathing in waters of great softness. On
many of the islands cottages have been erected by Americans
and Canadians, but there are numerous charming places where
summer visitors are at liberty to take up their abode for the
season.
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KNIFE   RAPIDS,   FRENCH   RIVER—MUSKOKA   DISTRICT.
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PARRY SOUND
North of Muskoka is the Parry Sound district, which is
equally interesting. Amongst the principal streams is French
River, connecting Lake Nipissing with Georgian Bay, and
which is really an extension of the first named body of water
filled with islands.    In it capital bass and lunge fishing is a
temptation to the angler, and in the forests moose and deer
are plentiful.
The most interesting points in Muskoka and Parry Sound
are reached by the new Toronto-Sudbury line of the Canadian
Pacific Railway, which paralleling Georgian Bay touches at a
number of picturesque harbors.
THE UPPER LAKES
From Toronto, Georgian Bay is reached at Owen Sound,
from which sail almost every day in the week one of the magnificent steamers of the Canadian Pacific Railway across Lake
Huron, through the Soo River and canal, and across Lake
Superior to Fort William, the gateway for the great fertile
plains of the Northwest, from which return can be made to
the east by the Transcontinental line of the Canadian Pacific,
either to Toronto or Montreal. The trip is practically an
ocean voyage in tranquil waters, and one of the most interesting that can be made.
GEORGIAN BAY
In Georgian Bay are 30,000 islands, which cluster around
its irregular shores. There are land-locked channels with
devious twistings and turnings through this incomparable
archipelago, and through which the local steamers are safely
guided. On all sides are islands of every size and conceivable
shape, and the scenery is amongst the finest and most romantic
in America. These islands afford the greatest opportunities for
campers, fishermen, tourists and all who seek a complete change
from the bustle of strenuous city life. Sheltered from the winds
of the open bay, boating, canoeing and bathing can be indulged
in to the fullest extent. Many are occupied by cosy camps,
pretty cottages, or the more pretentious summer residences of
the wealthy.
EASTWARD FROM TORONTO
There are a. number of attractive routes eastward from Toronto. The steamers of the Richelieu & Ontario Navigation
Company run down the whole length of Lake Ontario, and
through the Thousand Islands of the St. Lawrence and the
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rapids of that river to Montreal. The Canadian Pacific Railway—should one wish to see the Province of Ontario—will
take him to Kingston, where the R. & O. steamers may be
taken down the St. Lawrence.
KAWARTHA LAKES
The beautiful Kawartha Lakes are reached by a line of the
Canadian Pacific Railway. The terminus is at Bobcaygeon,
where there is very good bass and maskinonge fishing within
four hundred yards of the station. Steamers connect with
trains both at Lindsay and Bobcaygeon. There is a yacht or
canoe route of seventy miles on these Kawartha Lakes and
many streams and lakes by which canoe trips can be extended
to all points of the compass.
Peterboro is another excellent point from which to start
upon a canoe voyage, or a jaunt into the woods. Canoeing is a
prominent feature among the airiusements of the sport-loving
community, and from Peterboro, some famous shooting
grounds, a great chain of lakes, and the River Trent, with
reasonably good fishing for black bass and maskinonge, are
readily accessible.
OTTAWA
Ottawa, it is claimed, is the most picturesque capital in the
world, and in many ways it is striving to be the Washington
of the North. The waters of the Ottawa, which are here set
between the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec, pour over the
Chaudiere Falls—resembling in shape the rim of a huge cauldron or kettle; and the Rideau Falls are half a mile distant,
where the Rideau's flood leaps into the Ottawa.^ Its water-
power has made Ottawa the chief lumber and milling centre of
the Dominion. It is an attraction to the tourist to ride down
the timber slides by which the square timber of the Upper
Ottawa passes uninjured down to the navigable waters below.
The national buildings stand out boldly on Parliament Hill, a
steep promontory rising 100 feet or more from the Ottawa
River, in all the beauty of varied architecture. The octagonal
library in the rear of the Houses of Parliament—much like a
chapter-house of a cathedral—is one of the most complete in
the world. These buildings with the Departmental Blocks, flank
the square fronting the main structure.
Above Ottawa the Gatineau river is full of beauty, the
scenery occasionally rising almost to the verge of sublimity.
The Gatineau Valley is equally picturesque, and, like the
Ottawa, is a paradise for sportsmen.
CALEDONIA SPRINGS
Caledonia Springs, one of Canada's great watering places,
is located near the Ottawa River, almost midway between
Montreal and Ottawa. The location is an ideal one, and the
medicinal properties of the waters are so efficacious that, receiving the endorsation of the medical faculty, they attract
people from all parts of North America. From the hotel can
be seen the long stretches of the Ottawa river, one of the largest waterways of America, and the Laurentian mountains,
which scientists declare are the oldest of the world's mountains
and formed the first continent that emerged from its waters
in the days of creation.
THE THOUSAND ISLANDS
Just below Kingston, the West Point of Canada, and an
interesting city of historic value—at the foot of Lake Ontario,
and at the head of the St. Lawrence River—are the famed
Thousand Islands, which extend to Brockville, 45 miles down
stream. The daylight trip by steamer through these magnificent islands affords a scenic panorama of great beauty and
diversity. A great proportion of the larger islands bear the
handsome residences of wealthy people, and at different points
grand hotels have been erected, the most popular of them being
surrounded by cottages and presenting the appearance of thriving villages, while the snowy tents of camping and picknicking
parties are here, there and everywhere upon the smaller isles.
From the deck of the steamer is a beautiful view of crystal
water, and island after island, stretching away as far as eye can
see. Alexandria Bay ranks amongst the most popular water
places on the continent, and it has commodious and attractive
hotels. With the passage of the Thousand Islands the interest
in this entrancing river trip does not cease. There are several
rapids, the passage of which are thrillingly exciting—^amongst
them the Long Sault, a continuous descent of nine miles, with
a current of twenty miles an hour, the Cascades, so called from
their resemblance to a series of short leaping falls, and the far-
famed Lachine Rapids where the angry waters fume and fret.
The experience is a sensational one. The rush of seething
waters is exciting, and the surging of the staunch steamer in
seeming abandon to the fury of the swirling froth and foam,
intensifies the feelings and moves the senses of even the dullest
observer in a thousand delicate thrills. As the calm waters of
the broad river are reached the domes and minarets of Montreal are limned before the horizon, and from that city the
river trip may be continued down the St. Lawrence to Quebec
and the Saguenay and other points which are attractive to
sight-seers. CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY
EASTERN   LINES.
IN   THE  THOUSAND   ISLANDS.
MONTREAL
Montreal is picturesquely situated on an island in the St
Lawrence—an ocean port although 600 miles from the Atlantic,
and one of the handsomest and most interesting cities in America. It is distinctively a modern city, presenting all the aspects
and elements of modern life, in which are closely interwoven
the romance and tradition of the early discoveries of America.
In many ways the most striking features of Old and New-
World cities are here combined, and nowhere else in America,
except in Quebec, will be seen the marked contrasts which
Montreal presents. Mingled with the luxury and culture of
the Twentieth Century is the picturesque quaintness of a vanished age. The costly public buildings, massive business
blocks, and handsome private residences, evidencing the concentration of great wealth, rise side by side with quaint old
grey churches, and sombre looking convents and grand cathedrals which rival those of the Old World in their magnificence
and splendor.
The immense French Church of Notre Dame, which seats
sixteen thousand people, is a magnificent edifice; in St. James'
Cathedral, on Dominion Square, one sees a reproduction of
St. Peter's at Rome on a reduced scale, and the quaint old
church of Our Lady of Bonsecours, dating from 1658, presents
a fine type of the habitant's place of worship. With the Universities of McGill and Laval, the Royal College for Women,
and nearly a hundred colleges, schools, seminaries and convents, there are public art galleries and museums.
The famous Lachine Rapids are at the city doors, and the
passage of them can be made either in the morning or afternoon. Above the Rapids is Lake St. Louis, one of the great
yachting courses of the continent, and the scene of many international cup races in recent years. At the western extremity
of Lake St. Louis, and twenty miles from Montreal, is Ste.
Anne de Bellevue—once the most famous shrine in New France
—but now a popular summer resort. Here lived Tom Moore,
who saw something of the early voyageur's life, and was inspired by the beauty of the environments to write the melodious
Canadian Boat Song, which gave fame to the locality. Beyond
Ste. Anne's is the Lake of the Two Mountains, on which shore
is the Trappist Monastery of Oka, which has about it an Old-
World flavor which attracts many visitors each summer. Here
the silent monks, in the garb and simple habits of the Middle
Ages, till the ground and have brought it under a high state of
cultivation.
THE LAURENTIANS
The great expanse of hills, which occupies a large portion
of the Province of Quebec, forms a continent away back at
the dawn of creation, when the Alps and the Himalayas and
the rest of the world were as yet submerged. The whole region
is an endless labyrinth of peaceful lakelets, fleecy waterfalls
and glittering streams, in which the angler finds great sport.
The Canadian Pacific extends from Montreal through the range
for one hundred miles, and along it are many pretty little villages. The principal summer resort is Ste. Agathe des Monts,
near the summit of the range, but this is only one of a score r
NOTRE  DAME   CHURCH.  MONTREAL.
of places to which tourists are attracted. Trembling Mountain
offers a day's scramble to its summit from which delightful
views of the surrounding country are obtainable. Along the
railway are many pleasing scenic surprises, not the least of
which is the Great Horseshoe—a fitting rival to that of the
Pennsylvania  system.
QUEBEC
The quaint old city of Quebec is 172 miles from Montreal,
through the old-fashioned French settlements on the north
bank of the St. Lawrence which are still as primitive as in the
days of Champlain. Quebec has peculiar attractions to the
visitor, so many indeed, that it is called "the tourist's treasure
box." There are many interesting things to be seen in and
about this quaint old city, but the greatest charrn of all, perhaps, is the air of old-time antiquity which predominates. It is
the only walled city in North America, and it is here the
mediaeval France and Twentieth Century America stand curiously side by side. Here are beetling crags on which is perched
the strong citadel, once known as the Gibraltar of the St. Lawrence; broad plains on which the destiny of half a continent
was decided in battle; historic spots remindful of early wars
between the red man and white and between Gaul and Anglo-
Saxon; grim old monasteries and convents and cathedrals that
are receptacles of rare gems of art and invaluable relics; here
are pleasant walks and drives, and peerless promenades, like
that of Dufferin Terrace on which is situated the magnificent
Chateau Frontenac, a modern hotel in ancient design befitting
the environments. Quebec has irresistible charms for the
student of history, for the delver in matters archaeological, for
the lover of scenic beauty—for here is the spot from which, a
few centuries ago, the whole region from Labrador to the Gulf
of Mexico was ruled, and here nature is to be seen in her
grandest mood.
Around  and   about   Quebec  are  many  interesting  places.
Amongst these are the Falls of Montmorency, higher than the
CHATEAU FRONTENAC, QUEBEC.
cataract of Niagara, close by which is the house once occupied
by the Duke of Kent, father of Queen Victoria, now a fashionable hotel; the famed shrine of Ste. Anne de Beaupre, where
yearly reported miracles attract pilgrims in countless thousands,
and curious little French and Indian villages.
This year additional interest will centre in Quebec owing
to the tercentenary celebration of its foundation. Commencing on July 20th and continuing until the end of the month,
there will be a magnificent pageant, illustrative of historical
scenes, on a most stupendous scale, which with the presenceof
the Prince of Wales and other guests and 10,000 Canadian
troops and 10,000 British marines, a review of the British,
French and American fleets, unique displays of fireworks both
day and night, and other attractions, will commemorate the
founding of the city three hundred years ago.
ST. JOHN
St. John, New Brunswick, is a natural centre from which
tourists branch out to all parts of the Maritime Provinces of
Canada, and it has many attractions. The tides in the harbor,
which have a variation of twenty to twenty-seven feet, produce a phenomenon on the water front that never fails to astonish and surprise the visitor. The remarkable Reversing
Falls have no counterpart in the world. With each turn of
the tide the cataract turns. Sometimes there is a fall up-river,
sometimes a fall down-river, and at times a placid surface over
which a canoe or racing shell can be sailed.
ST. ANDREWS-BY-THE-SEA
St. Andrews-by-the-Sea is a popular seaside resort beautifully situated on Passamaquoddy Bay, N. B., which is seventeen miles long by six miles wide. It is built upon a slope
which rises some 150 feet in 2,000 feet from high-water mark.
Beyond the town for about two miles, rounded hills form an
amphitheatre 250 feet high. Good fresh water and deep sea
fishing may be enjoyed within a short distance; the roads are
perfect, making driving and motoring most enjoyable. The
facilities for yachting, boating, fresh and salt water bathing
cannot be surpassed. Yachts, boats and canoes are procurable.
The air has proved wonderfully beneficial to malaria and hay-
fever patients, and many cases of long standing have derived
benefit from a sojourn there. The Algonquin Hotel is under
the management of the Canadian Pacific Railway Hotel Department and offers accommodation for tourists.
HALIFAX
Halifax, Nova Scotia, is situated on Halifax Harbor, in
which, with Bedford Basin, a thousand great ships can find
anchorage.   It is the most thoroughly English city on the con
tinent, with the possible exception of Victoria, B. C. In the
harbor lies the fortified St. George's Island, and at the entrance, three miles away, are McNab's Island and York Redoubt. The crowning fortress is, of course the citadel, and
from it the tourist may have the finest view of the city, harbor
and surroundings. There is no lack of amusement for visitors.
A more interesting spot for the tourist than the city by the sea
would be difficult to find, and here he can profitably spend several days.
FROM MONTREAL TO BOSTON
t Boston can be reached direct from Montreal, or Of one
wishes to penetrate the White Mountains), by way of Portland,
Me., near which are many of the famed fashionable watering-
places of the Atlantic Coast. Through trains run between
Montreal and Boston. The line trends southward through a
hilly country and enters the State of Vermont, shortly after
which the popular summer resort of Newport, charmingly situated at the southern end of Lake Memphremagog, is reached.
Thence it traverses an exceedingly picturesque region and follows the windings of the Passumpsic River for some distance,
affording fine views of the Green Mountains. Below St. Johns-
bury, Vermont, the Passumpsic River is crossed and re-crossed
several times ere its mouth is reached, a few miles before
arriving at Wells River Junction where the Connecticut River
is crossed, and proceeding southward over the hilly region
that divides the tributaries of the Connecticut from those of the
Merrimac, by way of the gorge of Baker's River, one of the
headwaters of the Pemigewasset. The towns of Haverhill,
Wentworth, Warren and Rumney are passed. Fine views are
obtained of the White Mountains.   Further on Mount Wash-
MOUNT   LA FAYETTE   AND   CANYON—WHITE   MOUNTAINS.
ington is grandly revealed across Lake Winnipesaukee. At
Plymouth, N. H., which appears like a scrap of outside civilization deposited among guardian mountains for safe keeping,
the surroundings are wonderfully pleasing. Soon Winnipe-
saukee's shore is reached. From Laconia, nestling near the
base of Mt. Belknap, the line follows the valley of the Winnipesaukee River to Concord, the capital of New Hampshire.
Passing on from Concord and following the Merrimac River,
thence the route passes through the busy "cotton" cities and
flourishing towns of New Hampshire, including Nashua and
Lowell, until the train rolls into Boston, and the run of less
than twelve hours from Montreal is completed.
TO THE ATLANTIC SEA COAST
There are several attractive routes from Montreal to
the favorite summering sea side resorts through a territory
of great natural beauty.   The way to Portland, Maine, is the
HE   MAINE COAST.
same as to Boston as far as St. Johnsbury, from which the
route lies eastwardly across the lovely valley of the Connecticut, with magnificent views of the White Moutains in unobstructed sight, and the scenic grandeur of the environments
is impressive. At various stations are pretty mountain resorts,
and from them paths lead to other resorts—some of more
than continental repute—in the very heart of these monarchs.
Profile House, Fabyan's, the Flume, Crawford's, North Conway are a few of the well known mountain places where people are glad to pay a summer visit, and Bar Harbor, Old Orchard Beach, Poland Springs. In the immediate vicinity of
Portland are several noted resorts much frequented by visitors,
including Cape Elizabeth, Prout's Neck, Cushing's Island,
Peak's Island and other attractive places.
A  QUEBEC  CALECHE.
TRAIN SERVICE
Condensed time-table via Wabash-Canadian Pacific Route.
Leave Chicago, 'Wabash R. R. (Dearborn
Station)	
S.OO p.m.
10.50 p.m.
ll.OOp.rn.
7.30 a.m.
Arrive Detroit	
Leave St. Louis, Wabash R. R	
Arrive Detroit	
8.SO a.m.
8.50 p.m.
8.30 p.m.
IO.OO a.m.
Leave Detroit, Can. Pac	
12.45 a.m.
8.10 a.m.
11.16a.m.
2.00 p.m.
3.10 p.m.
4.55 p.m.
6.50 p.m.
12.30 p.m.
9.15 p.m.
12 31 a, m
Arrive Toronto	
Arrive Peterboro	
Arrive Sharbot Lake	
Arrive Smith's Falls	
Arrive Ottawa	
6.25 a.m.
7.45 a.m.
Arrive Montreal	 r~
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES
NAME OF HOTEL, Etc.
MAINE
Bangor
Bangor House	
Belmont	
Penobscot Exch....
Windsor	
Jerrard House	
Bar Harbor
American	
Bar Harbor House |
Belmont	
Louisburg ,
Lyman's	
Marlborough...,
Newport House
Southard ,
Blddeford
Hotel Thatcher
Goose Rocks House|
Greenville Junction
Bartley Hou*e	
Mount View House
Kennebunkport
The Arlington
Cliff House ...
Forrest Hill House
Oceanic	
Rhode Island H's'e
Highland House.
Nonantum House
Parker House....
Riverside Inn	
Seaside House...
The Columbia ....
Old Orchard
Atlantic House...,
Billow House	
Boyden House.	
Granite State H'fl
Hotel Everett....
Jones House	
New Linwood....
Seaside House...
The Vesper	
Montreal House-
Ocean  House  and
Cottages....
Old Orchard House|
Revere House —
Staples Cottage..
The Bay View....
Portland
Congress Square
New Falmouth..,
Preble House....
Columbia	
Lafayette Hotel ...
Rockland
The Samoset.
St. Nicholas..
Narragansett.
Lindsey	
$2.00to$4.00
1.50 up
2.50 up
2.50
1.00
NEW BRUNSWICK
Frederlcton
Barker House	
Long's	
Queen's	
York	
Dalhousie
Quebec	
Baker's	
Moncton
American	
Brunswick	
Windsor	
Point du Chene
Depot House	
Point    du    Chene]
House	
St. Andrews
Algonquin	
The Inn	
American	
Bay View	
Windsor Hotel	
St. John
Royal	
Victoria	
Edward	
Grand Union	
Park	
St. John	
New Victoria	
Clifton House	
NEW HAMPSHIRE
Berlin
Berlin House	
Bethlehem
Altamonte House.
Arlington House...
Bethlehem House.
Elm House	
Highland House...
Hillside Inn	
The Mt. Wash'gton
Mountain View House.
Strawberry Hill House
The Sunny Side.
The Columbus ...
The Gramercy...
The New Howard
The Sinclair	
Rate
per  day
Kate
per week
2.50
5.00
3.00
2.00 up
3.00 to 5.00
1.00
2.00 to 8.001
1.00 to 2.00]
3.00
2.00
2.50
3.00 to 4.00
1.50 to 2.00
3.00 to 6.00
2.00
2.00
2.50 to 3.00
2.50 to 3.00
2.00 to 2.50
2.50
2.00 to 5.00
1.50 to 2.50
2.00
1.50 to 2.00
1.50 to 3.00
2.00 to 3.00
1.50 to 2.00
2.00 to 2.50
2.00
2.00 up
1.50 to 2.50
2.00 to 2.50
4.00 up
2.00 up
1.50 to 2.00
2.50 up
3.00 to 5.00
3.50 to 5.00
3.00 to 5.00
2.50 to 4.00
3.00 up|
5.00
2.00 to 3.00
2.00 to 3.00]
1.50
$15.00 up
7.00 up
12.00 up
Special
7.00 up
4.50 to 5.00
4.00 to 5.00
Special
Special
15.00 to 19.00
14.00 to 21,00
17.00 up
5.00 to 10.00
8.00 to 21.00
7.00 to 14.00
2.00 to 2.50
1.00 to 1.50
2.00 to 2.50
1.00
1.50
1.50
1.50 to 2.001
1.50 to 2.5(
1.00 to 1.50
1.50
3.50 upl
2.00 up
100
1.50
1.50
3.00 upl
2.50 to 3.00
1.00 to 1.50
1.50 to 2.00
1.50 to 2.0f
1.00 to 1.50
150 to 2.00
2.00 to 2.50
2.00
2.00
2.5G to 3.50
2.50 to 3.00
1.50
3.00 up
2.00 to 2.50
2.50 to 3.00
1.50
2 50
1.50
2.00 to 2.50
1.75 to 2.50
3.00
3.50 upl
5.00
10.00 to 18.00
10.00 to 40.00
7.00 to 11.00
14.00 up
9.00 to 12.00
7.00 to 14.00
14.00 to 26.00
L2.00 to 17.50
10.00 to 25.00
10.00 to 15.00
12.00 to 40.00
10.00 to 18.00
8.00 to 18.00
7.50 to 10.00
10.00 to 15.00
8.00 to 16.00
8.00 to 12.00
10.00 to 15.00
9.00 to 14.00
10.00 up
8.00 to 15.00
12.00 to 15.00
21.00 up
7.00 to 18.00
8.00 to 12.00
12.00 up
Special
Special
17.50 to 28.00
Special
17.00 up
128.00 to 40.00
14.00 to 21.00
14.00 to 21.00
"L00
NAME OF HOTEL, Etc.
5.00
10.00 to 14.00
5.00
4.00 to 6.00
6.00
5.00 to 10.00
6.00 to 10.00
5.00
5.00
7.00
17.50 up
14 00 up
5.00
5.00
5.00
7.00
6.00 to 8.00
4.00 to 6.00
7.00 to 9.00
10.50
8.00 to 12.00
17 50 to 21.00
12.00 to 15.00
8.00 to 10.00
20.00 up
8.00 up
14.00 up
8.00 to 10.00
12.50 up
9.00 to 16.00
10.00 to 14.00
10.00 to 18.00
14.00 to 30.00
21.00 up
NEW HAMPSHIRE—
Fabyan (See White M
Lancaster
Lancaster House..
Mansion House....
Lisbon
Lake View House..
Breezy Hill House.
Littleton
Chiswick Inn	
Mountain  Home]
House	
Thayer's Hotel	
The Maples	
Woodside House..
Hillside Cottage..,
North Conway
f Arcadian Cottage
Centre Villa	
Hotel Eastman ....
Hotel Randall	
Kearsarge Hall	
Moat Mt. House ...
Moat View Cottage
The Kearsarge.
Plymouth
Elmwood Farm....
Pemigewasset H's'e]
Prospect Cottage
Portsmouth
Hett's Hotel	
Langdon Hotel..
The Rockingham
Twin Mountain Sta'n]
McMillan House...
The Maples	
Rosebrook Inn	
Twin Mountain
House	
Twin Mountain
House Annex	
Weirs
Aquedoktan	
End icott House....
Fernside Cottage..
Lake View House..
Lakeside House	
The New Weirs	
Winnecoette House
Whitefield
Cottage Hotel,
Fiske House	
Forrest Lake H's'e]
Lindsay's Inn	
Mt. View House....
White  Mountains
Crawford House...
Crawford Annex...
Fabyan House	
Fabyan Annex	
Flume House.......
Profile House	
The Mt. Wash'gton
Summit House....
Twin M't'n H's'e.
Twin M't'n An'x..
White M't'n H's'e.
NOVA SCOTIA
Halifax
Halifax ,
Queen ,
Revere ,
Albion	
Royal ,
Carlton ,
Birchdale ,
King Edward..,
North Sydney
Albert ..........
Queen	
vendome ,
Pictou
Aberdeen ,
"Wallace ,
Sydney
Central House
Minto	
Queen ,
Sydney ,
Victoria ,
Cont'd
lountains,
$2.C0to3.00|
2.00
1.50
2.50 to 3.50
2.00 up|
2.00
2.00 to 3.00
2.50 to 3.00
1.00
1.25
1.50
1.50 to 2.001
2.00 to 3.00
2.00 to 3.00
2.00
1.50 to 2.00
1.50 to 2.00
3.50 to 4.50]
1.00
2.50 to 3.50
1.00
2.00 up
2.00 up
3.00 up
1.50
1.50
2.00
3.50 up]
Rate
per  day
N. H.)
$10.50 to21.00
10.50 to 14.00
8.00 to 10.00
12.00 up
1.50 to 2.00
1.00
1.00
1.50
2.50 to 3.00
2.00 to 3.00
2.50 to 3.00]
2.00
2.00 to 3.00
1.50
2.00 to 3.00
3.00
4.50 up]
3.00 to 4.00
4.00 up
2.00 to 3.00
3.50
6.00
6.00
5.00
3.50 up
2.50
3.00 up
2.00 up
1.50 to 2.00
1.50
1.50
1.50 to 2.00
2.50 to 3.00
2.50 upl
2.00
1.00
1.50
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.25 to 1.50
1.50
3.00
1.50
Rate
per week
8.00 up
7.00 to 12.00
10.50 to 17.50
10.50 to 21.00
7.00
7.00 to 9.00
7.00 to 8.00
7.00 to 10.00
8.75 to 15.00
8.75 to 21.00
8.00 to 10.00
7.00 to 12.00
8.00 to 12.00
15.00 to 35.00
6.00 to 7.00
15.00 to 21.00
6.00
10.00 up
10.00 to 14 00
21.00 up
7.00 to 10.00
7.00 to 10.00
7.00 to 10.00
14.00 up
12.50 up
7.00 to 12.00
5.00 to  7.00
5.00
7.00 to 10.00
10.50 to 17.50
10.00 up
10.00 to 17.00
10.00
8.00 to 15.00
8.00
10.50 to 14.00
14.00 to 21.00
21.00 up
17.50 to 21.00
21.00 up
14.00 to 21.00
14.00 up
35.00 up
35.00 up
25.00 up
14.00 up
10.50 up
10.50 to 14.00
Spc'l arra'g't
9.00
Spc'l arra'g't
6.00 to 8.00
Spc 1 arra'g]t
Spc'l arra'g't
Spc'l arra'g't
5.00
8.00
5.00
6,00
6.00 to  7.00
ONTARIO (For Hotels in Muskoka. Kawartha,
Parry Sound and Georgian Bay District, see
under "Muskoka," "Kawartha Lakes,'' "Parry
Sound and Georgian Bay," on following pages.)
Bon Echo (Lake Mass
Bon Echo Inn	
Brockville
Revere House	
Grand Central	
Hotel Strathcona..
Imperial	
St. Lawrence Hall.
Caledonia Springs
Caledonia Spgs Htl
anoga)
2.00 up
1.50to2.0oi
1.00
2.00 up
1.00
1.50 to 2.00
3.00 up]
9.00 to 15.00
10.00 up
6.00
14.00 up
;6.00
10.00 up
on applic'n
KAWARTHA LAKES DISTRICT
Bobcaygeon
Hotel Royal	
Kenosha	
Rockl and Hotel.
1.50 to 2.00
1.00
1.50 to 2.001
Special
NAME OF HOTEL, Etc.
ONTARIO—Cont'd
Bobcaygeon—Cont'd
Boarding Houses
Mrs. A. Braden...
Mrs. Annie White
Mrs. A. Mclntyre
Mrs. Ed. Smith..
Mrs. Jno. Kennedy..
Walter Ventress.
N. Crowe	
Lake View Farm...
Lindsay
Benson House	
Simpson House	
Pym House	
Central House	
Rate
per day
$1.25
1.25
1.25
1.25
1.25
1.00
1.25
1.00
1.50 to 2.001
1.00
1.00
« 1.00
Rate
per week
Special
Special
5.00 to 12.00
4.00 to 5.50
3.50 to 4.50
3.50 to 4.50
MUSKOKA DISTRICT—Lake Muskoka
Bala
Bala Falls Hotel..
Huggets House ...
Jackson House	
Moon Shute House|
Musquash Lodge.
Renshaw's House.
Windsor Hotel....
Beaumaris
Beaumaris Hotel.
Roseneath	
Camp Sutton	
Dudley
R ockl ey House....
Hutton House	
Milford Bay
Cedar Wild	
Milford Bay House]
Mortimer's Point
Pleasant View....,
Rossclair	
Wingberry House
Torrance
Brighton Beach..
Whitesides
American House.
Acton Island	
1.00
2.50 to 3.50
1.25
1.00
1.00
1.50
2.00
1.50 to 2.00
1.50
1.50
1.00
1.50
7.00 up
5.00
6.00
6.00 up
6.00 to 8.00
5.00
8.00 up
12.00 to 25.00
7.00
5.00 to 6.00
6.00
7.00 to 9.00
8.00 to 10.00
8.00 to 10.00
6.00 to 8.00
6.00 to 8.00
6.00 to  7.00
6.00 to 10.00
7.00 to 10.00
5.00 to  6.00
Indian River
(Connecting Lakes Muskoka and Rosseau)
Port Carling
Bayview House	
Endiang House	
Port Carling House
Stratton House i
1.50
1,50
1.50 to 2.50
1.50 to 2.00|
7.00 to  9.00
7.00 to 10.00
10.00 to 12.00
[10.00 to 12.00
Lake Rosseau
Cleveland (See Minett [
Ferndale
Ferndale House ... 2.00
Gregory
Golf a House  1.50
Clover Hill	
Juddhaven
Ernescliff  1.50 to 2.50|
Juddhaven...  1.00
The Bluff  1.25tol.50|
Maplehurst
Maplehurst Hotel. 2.00
Minett
Cleveland House... 2.00
Paignton House.... 1.00
Morinus House 1.00 to 1.50]
Paignton House (See Minett)
Rosseau
Bay View  1.00
Cedar Grove  1.25
Monteith House.... 2.00 to 3.00
Rossmoyne  1.50 to 2.00
The Beach  1.25
The Retreat  1.00
Royal Muskoka
Royal Muskoka Hotel. 3.00 up
Windermere
Fife House  1.50
Ingleside House... 1.00
King's Park House 1.25
Rosstrevor  1.25 to 1.50
Waskada  2.00to2.50|
Windermere House 2.00
Woodington
Woodington House! 1.50 to 2.001
Lake Joseph
8.00 to 12.00
8.00 to 12.00
Barnesdale
Barnesdale House.
Craigie Lea	
Elgin House	
Gordon Bay
Gardon Bay House]
Island View	
Harhill's Point
Hamill's Point Hotel..
Pinelands
Belmont House....
Pinelands	
Redwood, Ont.
Gleniffer Braes....
Redwood	
Staney Brae	
Stanley House	
Owen Sound
King's Royal Hotel
1.50
1.75
2.00
8.00 to 12.00
6.00 to 8.00
7.50 to 12.00
12.00 to 18.00
10.00 to 12.00
7.00
on applic'n
6.00
7.00 to  8.00
12.00 to 20.00
8.00 to 12.00
7.00
6.00 up
15.00 up
7.00 to 9.00
5.00 to 7.10
6.00 to 8.00
7.00 to 10.00
8.00 to 15.00
10.00 to 14.00
8.00 to 12.00
8.00
10.00 to 12.50
9.00 to 12.00
1.50
1.50
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
2.00 up
8.00 to 12.00
8.00 to 10.00
Families on
application
6.00 to 7.00
7.00 to 10.00
6.00 to 10.0'>
9.00 to 12.00
10.00 up
NAME OF HOTEL, Etc
Rate
per day
ONTARIO— Contin'd
Ottawa S
The Rupsell 1
Grand Union	
Windsor	
The Cecil j
PARRY SOUND AND
Byng Inlet
Temperance Hotel|
Parry Sound
Belvidere Hotel..
Hotel Kipling	
Mansion House	
Montgomery H's'e|
Rose Point Hotel.
Victoria House...
Point au Baril
Bellevue House...
Ojibway Hotel ....
Sans Souci
Sans Souci	
$1.50 up
3.00 to 5.00
2.50
2.00 to 3.00
2.50 to 3.50
1.50 to 2.501
Rate
per week
European..
American..
American..
European..
GEORGIAN BAY DIST.
Pembroke
Copeland House...
Pembroke House..
Albion Hotel	
Windsor Hotel	
Manitoba House...
Mackey House	
Leland Hotel	
Grand Union	
Hotel Pontiac	
Renfrew
Dominion House..
Ottawa House	
British Hotel	
Albion Hotel	
Exchange Hotel..
Bonnechere Hotel.
Sharbot Lake—Union|
Temagami
Hotel Ronnoco ...
Temagami Inn	
Lady Evelyn Hotel]
Toronto j
King Edward.... (
Queen's	
Walker House	
Palmer House	
Rossin House	
Arlington	
Hanlan	
Grand Union	
Iroquois	
Elliott	
Albion	
QUEBEC
Cacouna
Mansion House....
Dufferin House....
Kipawa
Kippewa House....
Kipawa River (Camp)
Camp	
Montreal
Place Viger	
Windsor 	
St. Lawrence Hall
Queen's	
Albion	
Welland	
Carslake	
Bath	
"La Corona"	
Grand Union	
Riendeau ,
Savoy  	
Stanley 	
St. James	
Russell House	
Murray Bay
Manoir Richelieu
Lome Hotel	
Warren House.	
Quebec
Chateau Frontenac|
St. Louis	
Victoria ,
Clarendon	
Mountain Hill House.
Neptune Inn	
Blanchard's	
St. George's House
Boarding House, 4l|
Esplanade	
Boarding H's'e, S3Ber
thelet St. (r'ms. only)
Burlington Rooms,   12]
St. Stanislas St....
Ste. Agathe
Castel des Monts.
Boarding Houses
Madame Bedard.
Mons. Godon ...
Mons. Belisle...
Mrs. L. T. Dick.
Nap. Fournel ...
Timiskaming	
Bellevue House...
VERMONT—Newport]
The Raymond....
Newport House..
1.50
2.50 up]
2.00 to 3.00
2.00
1.00 to 2.00
2.50 to 3.00
2.00
1.50 to 2.001
2.50
2.00 to 2.501
2.00 to 2.50
1.00
1.00 to 1.50
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00 up
1.00
150
1.50
1.00
1.00
1,00
1.00
1.00
1.50
2.50 to 3.501
2.50 to 3.50
2.50 to 3.50
3.50 up
1.50 up
3.00 to 4.50
2.00to2.E0
1.50 to 2.50
2.50 to 5.00
2.00 to 3.50
3.00 up
2.00 to 2.50
2.00 to 3.00
2.00
1.00 to 1.50
1.50
1.25
2.00
3.50 up
I       1.50 up
2.50 up Am
1 2.50 to 4.00,
2.00 up
2.00 to 4.00
Euro.$lup
2.00 to 2.50
1 00 up
2.00 up
1.50 to 2.00
1.00 up
llupEuro
1.00 up
2.00 to " "
12.00
4.00
7.00
4.00
4..0
4.00
4.00 up
4.00
Spec'l arrange
n'tforfamil's
4 00 to 5.00
3.50 to 5.00
3.50
3 50
4.00
4.00
9.00
4.00 upi
1.50 to 2.00
1.25 to 1.50
4.00 up
2.50 to 3.50
2.00 to 3.50
2.50 to 3.50
1.50 to 2.00
1.50 to 3.00
1.50
1.50 to 2.00
1.50 to 2.50
1.50 up
1.50 to 2.001
2.00
1.50
1.00
1.50
2.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
7.00
12.00 up
12.00 to 16.00
10.00 to 14.00
5.00 to 10.00
15.00 to 18.00
10.00
9.00 to 12.00
10.00 to 14.00
American
European
10.50 up
10.50 to 15.66
10.00
6.00
j. arrgm't
Europ. only
LOOupEuro.
Sp. arrgm't
Sp. arrgm't
12.00 to 15.00
Sp. arrgm't
14.00 to 16 00
Europ. plan
Sp. arrgm't
12.00 to 20.00
Europ. plan
Sp. arrgm't
Eur.andAm
Sp. arrgm't
20.00 up
7.50 to 10.00
6.00
15.00 to 20.00
12.00 up
15 00 to 20.00
7.00 to 10.00
8.00 up
10.00 to 12.00
10.00 to 12.00
9.00 up
European
Special
Special
9.00
Special
5.00
Special
4.00 to  8.00
6.00 to 12.00
VACATION EXCURSIONS
TO
Eastern Canada and New England
Daily until September 30th, 1908, round-trip tickets will be sold as follows:
LIMITS.—Tickets will be limited to leave destination within 30 davs from
date of sale.
OPTIONAL ROUTES.-St. Lawrence River—Tickets will be issued via
Toronto or Kingston and the Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Company's
steamers to Montreal or beyond, upon payment of the following additional
amounts:
From Toronto to Montreal, $8.00       From Kingston to Montreal, $4.50
STOP-OVERS.—On Tickets to Canada-Stop-overs will be allowed, on
both the going and return trips, at any point in Canada on application to
conductor. Stop-over will also be allowed at Detroit, not to exceed 10 days,
upon notice to conductors and deposit of tickets with Depot Ticket Agent
immediately upon arrival.
On Tickets to New England—Stop-overs will be permitted on going trip
at Detroit, and any point in Canada for period not exceeding ten days and
within final limit. On Return Trip—Stop-overs will be permitted within final
limit at any point in Canada on application to conductor, and at Portland, Me., and Detroit, for ten days not to exceed final limit, upon application to train conductor and deposit of ticket with Depot Ticket Agent
upon arrival.
ROUND-TRIP FARES TO CANADIAN POINTS.
to?;
FROMg^-
Abenakis Springs Que.
Bala Ont.
Bobcaygeon  Ont.
Brace bridge Ont.
Brockville Ont.
Brule Lake Ont.
Buckingham Que.
Cacouna Que.
Caladonia Springs Ont.
Charlottetown P. E. I.
Dalhousie N. B.
Predericton N.B.
Grandes Piles Que.
Gravenhurst Ont.
Haileybury Ont.
Halifax N. S.
Havelock Ont.
Kaladar Ont.
Kingston Ont.
Kipawa Que.
Lakefieid Ont.
La Belle Que.
Lindsay  Ont.
McAdam Junction N. B.
Moncton N.B.
Montreal Que.
Muskoka Wharf Ont.
North Bay Ont.
Ottawa Ont.
*Owen Sound Ont.
Pembroke Ont.
Perth Ont.
Peterboro Ont.
Pictou N.S.
fPort aux Basques N. F.
Point du Chene N.B.
Prescott ,  Ont.
Quebec Que.
Renfrew Ont.
Rosseau Ont.
Royal Muskoka Ont.
Ste. Agathe Que.
St. Andrews N.B.
St. John N. B.
$St. Johns N. P.
St. Johns Que.
St. Stephen  N. B.
Sharbot Lake Ont.
Sherbrooke Que.
Smiths Palls Ont.
Sturgeon Falls Ont.
♦Summerside P. E. I.
Sydney N.S.
Temagami Ont.
Temiskaming Que.
*Toronto Ont.
Truro N. S.
"Waterloo Que.
fBerth on steamer included.
*Until July 1st from Chicago,
 fares will be as follows:
Owen Sound Ont.
Toronto  Ont.
$22.25
15.95
16.15
16.20
18.85
18.35
20.00
26. IO
20.00
33.05
29.50
30.20
22.90
15.90
22.65
34.00
16.65
18.05
18.50
22.30
16.20
22.95
15.65
29.25
29.50
2O.0O
15.95
19.40
20.00
15.60
20,65
18.85
15.90
33.75
39.60
30.10
18.85
24.00
20.0O
17.95
17.95
21.90
29.50
29.50
50.55
20.75
29.50
18.50
21.00
18.85
20.25
31.60
36.70
21.60
22.85
15.60
33.00
21.00
^o
t Berth 011
and until
14.20
13.60
$ 36.05
29.75
29.95
SO.OO
32.65
32.15
33.80
39.90
33.80
46.85
43.30
44.00
36.70
29.70
36.45
47.80
30.45
31.85
32.30
36. IO
30.00
36.75
29.45
43.05
43.30
33.80
29.75
33.20
33.80
29.40
34.45
32.65
29.70
47.55
53.40
43.90
32.65
37.80
33.80
31.75
31.75
35.70
43.30
43.30
64.35
34.55
43.30
33.30
34.80
32.65
34.05
45.40
50.50
85.40
36.65
29.40
46.80
34.80
steamer B
July 15 fr
28.00
27.40
E
©
$37.25
30.95
31.15
31.20
83.85
33.35
35.00
41.10
35.00
48.05
44.50
45.20
37.90
30.90
37.65
49.00
31.65
33.05
33.50
37.SO
31.20
37.95
30.65
44.25
44.50
35.00
30.95
34.40
35.00
30.60
35.65
33.85
30.90
48.75
54.60
45.10
33.85
39.00
35.00
32.95
32.95
36.90
44.50
44.50
65.55
35.75
44.50
33.50
36.00
33.85
35.25
46.60
51.70
36.60
37.85
30.60
48.00
36.00
nice inc
om othei
29.20
28.60
$ 28.05
21.75
21.95
22.00
24.65
24.15
25.80
31.90
25.80
38.85
35.30
36.00
28.70
21.70
28.45
39.80
21.40
23.85
24.30
28. IO
22.00
28.75
21.45
35.05
35.30
25.80
21.75
25.20
25.80
21.40
26.45
24.65
21.70
39.55
45.40
35.90
24.65
29.80
25.80
23.75
23.75
27.70
35.30
35.SO
56.35
26.55
35.30
24.30
26.80
24.65
26.05
37.40
42.50
27.40
28.65
21.40
38.80
26.80
uded.
points,
2O.0O
19.40
ROUND-TRIP   FARES TO   NEW ENGLAND  POINTSc
TOH
FROM2^-
Augusta	
Bangor	
Bar Harbor	
Barnet	
Barre ..:	
Barton	
Bath  -.
Bellows Falls	
Berlin	
Bethel	
Bethel	
Bethlehem	
Bethlehem Jet	
*Biddeford	
Boston	
Brandon	
Bryant's Pond	
Burlington	
Concord	
Crawford's	
Danville Jet	
East S wanton	
Fabyan 	
Gorham	
*Greenville Jet 	
Groveton	
Hardwick	
Haverhill ,
Hyde Park	
*Kennebunkport	
Laconia	
Lancaster  	
Lewiston	
Littleton	
Lisbon	
Lunenburg	
Lyndon ville	
Meredith...	
Montpelier	
Newport.	
North Conway	
Northfield	
Norwich	
*01d Orchard	
Plymouth	
Portland	
Portsmouth	
Randolph	
Rockland	
Royalton	
Rutland	
St. Albans	
St. Johnsbury	
Scotts ,	
Sheldon	
Thetford	
Twin Mountain House.
Waterbury	
Weirs	
Wells River	
Whitefield	
White River Jet.
Wing Road.
... Me.
...Me.
...Me.
....Vt.
....Vt.
...Vt.
...Me.
....Vt.
• N.H.
...Me.
...Vt.
.N.H.
-N.H.
...Me.
Mass.
...Vt.
... Me.
...Vt.
. N. H.
.N.H.
...Me.
...Vt.
.N.H.
• N.H.
...Me.
.N.H.
...Vt.
.N.H.
...Vt.
...Me.
.N.H.
.N.H.
...Me.
• N.H.
.N.H.
...Vt.
...Vt.
■ N.H.
...Vt.
...Vt.
N.H.
...Vt.
...Vt.
..Me.
N.H.
..Me.
N.H.
...Vt.
..Me.
...Vt.
...Vt.
...Vt.
...Vt.
N.H.
...Vt.
...Vt.
N.H.
...Vt,
.N.H.
...Vt.
.N.H.
...Vt.
.N.H.
*Until July 1st from Chicago,
fares will be as follows:
Biddeford Me.
Greenville Jet Me.
Kennebunkport Me.
Old Orchard. Me.
$ 29.30
31.80
34.00
25.35
25.35
25.35
28.30
25.35
26.50
27.35
25.35
26.00
25.55
27.35
25.35
25.35
27.35
25.35
25.35
26.35
27.35
25.35
25.95
26.75
29.50
25.35
25.35
25.35
25.35
27.55
25.35
25.35
27.35
25.35
25.35
25.35
25.35
25.35
25.35
2535
27.35
25.35
25.35
27.35
25.35
27.35
26.75
25.35
30.20
25.35
25.35
25.35
25.35
25.35
25.35
25.35
26.20
25.35
25.35
25.35
25.35
25.35
25.35
and until
27.90
31.80
28.20
27.75
$43.10
45.60
47.80
39.15
39.15
39.15
42.10
39.15
40.30
41.15
39.15
39.80
39.35
41.15
39.15
39.15
41.15
39.15
39.15
40.15
41.15
39.15
39.75
40.55
43.30
39.15
39.15
39.15
39.15
41.35
39.15
39.15
41.15
39.15
39.15
39.15
39.15
39.15
39.15
39.15
41.15
39.15
39.15
41.15
39.15
41.15
40.55
39.15
44.00
39.15
39.15
39.15
39.15
39.15
39.15
39.15
40.00
39.15
39.15
39.15
39.15
39.15
39.15
July 15 fr
41.70
45.60
42.00
41.55
$ 44.30
46.80
49.00
40.35
40.35
40.35
43.30
40.35
41.50
42.35
40.35
41.00
40.55
42.35
40.35
40.35
42.35
40.35
40.35
41.35
42.35
40.35
40.95
41.75
44.50
40.35
40.35
40.35
40.35
42.55
40.35
40.35
42.35
40.35
40.35
40.35
40.35
40.35
40.35
40.35
42.35
40.35
4035
42.35
40.35
42.35
41.75
40.35
45.20
40.35
40.35
40.35
40.35
40.35
40.35
40.35
41.20
40.35
40.35
40.35
40.35
40.35
40.35
om other
42.90
46.80
43.20
42.75
$ 37.05
39.55
41.75
33.10
33.10
33.10
36.05
33.10
34.25
35.10
33.10
33.75
33.30
35.10
33.10
33.10
35.10
33.10
33.10
34.10
35.10
33.10
33.70
34.50
35.30
33.10
33.10
33.10
33.10
35.30
33.10
33.10
35.10
33.10
33.10
33.10
33.10
33.10
33.10
33.10
35.10
33,10
33.10
35.10
33.10
35.10
34.50
33.10
37.95
33.10
33.10
33.10
33.10
33.10
33.10
33.10
33.95
33.10
33.10
33.10
33.10
33.10
33.10
points,
35.65
39.55
39.95
35.50
SLEEPING CARS
Through standard sleeping cars are run between Chicago and Montreal,
leaving Chicago via Wabash R. R. at 3.00 p.m. and 11.00 p.m.
SLEEPING CAR FARES
BETWEEN
Standard
Sleeper
Parlor
Car
Chicaaro and Toronto. Ont 	
$3.00
5.00
5.50
5.50
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.50
4.00
1.50
Chicago and Montreal, Que	
Chicago and Portland, Me	
Chicago and Boston, Mass	
Toronto and Ottawa, Ont	
ii'Job
Toronto and Montreal, Que	
1.00
Montreal and Portland, Me	
Montreal and St. John, N. B.	
Montreal and Halifax, N. S	
Montreal and Oiifibfip.. Oup	
l.OO
.75
BERTH RATE ON RICHELIEU & ONTARIO NAVIGATION CO.
Between Toronto and Prescott en route to Montreal $1.00 to $2.00
according to location.      Meals on steamer extra.

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