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HOMESEEKERS
GUIDE
RETURN FARES
VIA
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TO
MANITOBA
SASKATCHEWAN
ALBERTA TRAVEL
CANADIAN PACIFIC
You are assured a quick, comfortable and interesting trip. The
entire journey is via Direct|Route
without change or transfer.
THROUGH TRAINS—WITHOUT CHANGE GOING DATES
FROM POINTS IN ONTARIO
VIA
ALL RAIL ROUTE
Daily, March 1st to Sept. 30th
TICKETS ON SALE
DAILY
Until Sept. 30th
1923
inclusive
RETURN LIMIT SSSTXJ
two Calendar months from date of sale.     See
page 7 for conditions of extension. GOING DATES
FROM POINTS IN ONTARIO
VIA
"LAKE and RAIL ROUTE"
Tickets Will Be Issued
Good Going Via
STEAMSHIP "MANITOBA"
Sailing    from    Owen    Sound
EACH MONDAY EVENING
During Season of Navigation,   but  not
later than September 24, 1923
$10.00 additional to cover meals and cabin berth
on Steamer will be added to fares when ticket is
routed via "Lake Route."
RETURN LIMIT ™£L?%S5£
two calendar months from date of sale.
Tickets   are not good to return via "Lake
Route." HOMESEEKERS'
TICKETS
TO
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
Second-Class Fare and One-Half
for  Round Trip
Canadian Government War Tax
1% Additional Conditions
of Tickets
Tickets are Second
Class and entitle passengers to accommodation free of charge
in Colonist Sleeping Cars.    (See page 8.)
Tickets are also honored in Tourist Sleeping Cars, in which berths may be secured
at moderate rates.   (See pages 9, 10, 11.)
Tickets will not be honored in First
Class Sleeping Cars.
Tickets are not transferable and
will be valid only when presented by
original purchaser.
STOP-OVER Stop-over will be allowed,
on application to conductor, at Hurkett, Ont., Dryden, Ont., and
intermediate stations, and at Winnipeg
or West thereof going and returning
within the final limit.
STOP-OVER, as per preceding paragraph,
WILL BE ALLOWED on the return
journey on TICKETS WHICH HAVE
BEEN  EXTENDED. Extension
of Limit
An extension of time
limit not exceeding two
months on Home-
seekers' Tickets may be had by paying to
t the agent at destination $10.00 for each
month or part thereof, but in NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL AN EXTENSION
OF LIMIT BE GRANTED BEYOND
NOVEMBER 30th, 1923.
Tickets will be issued:—
Canadian Pacific rail route,
via Sudbury and Port Arthur.
Train
Service
Homeseekers should consult
Canadian Pacific Ticket
Agent regarding times of
trains from Toronto.
Arrangements have been
made at various stations
along the line at convenient
intervals to provide meals.   See stations
in Folder " A " marked "I!"
Meals
en Route One hundred and fifty
pounds of baggage (personal wearing apparel,
etc.) will be checked
free to destination on each full ticket,
seventy-five pounds on each child's ticket.
Baggage
Allowance
Homeseekers may, if
they so desire, take advantage of the "Great Lakes
Trip." The Steamship "Manitoba" on
which Homeseekers' tickets will be honored, on payment of $10.00 additional to
cover meals and berth, sails from Owen
Sound each Monday during the season of
navigation, calling at Sault Ste. Marie,
Port Arthur, and Fort William, connecting
at the latter point for Winnipeg and
Western Canada.
Colonist
Sleepers
Colonist Sleeping Cars
will be attached to each
Homeseekers' train.
The berths in these cars
are free, but cannot be reserved and
passengers must supply their own bedding.
Cars are supplied with cooking ranges.
8 TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
InterioriView Tourist Sleeping Car
The comfort and economy of Tourist Sleepers
appeal particularly to Homeseekers, and on each
train a limited number of these cars run from
Toronto through to Winnipeg and Calgary.
They are well furnished and "fitted with every
travelling convenience. The berths are roomy
(easily accommodating two persons) provided
with mattresses, blankets, pillows, and linen
changed daily (similar to standard sleepers). A
cooking range is provided. In charge is an attentive porter to make up berths and attend generally to
passengers' comfort.       for berth rates see page io
9 interior view Tourist Sleeping Car
Tourist car berths are wide enough to comfortably accommodate two persons, if necessary, and
in this way a little economy may be practised by
relatives and friends travelling together, the berth
rate for two persons being the same as for one.
Tourist Berth Fares
Toronto to Fort William ..
* Winnipeg	
■ Brandon	
■ Regina	
■ Moose Jaw	
Medicine Hat..
■ Calgary 	
Canadian Government War Tax 10%  additional.
NOTE.—Passengers should purchase tickets through
to their final destination; if tickets are purchased to a
Eoint short thereof, regular local fares will be required
etween such points, and under.no circumstances will
anyone be sold tickets at the difference between the
Homeseekers* fare to the point they purchase and the
Homeseekers* fare to the point beyond. THIS IS
MOST IMPORTANT, 10
Lower Berths
Upper B
$3.60
$2.90
5.65
4.50
6.25
5.00
7.20
5.75
7.35
5.90
8.45
6.75
9.25
7.40 To Secure
Berths
Applications for berths
in Tourist Sleeping Car
should be made to the
ticket agent from whom
tickets are purchased, and to insure
accommodation application should be
made as early as possible, and in no case
later than five days preceding starting
date. Ticket agent will send application
to R. J. Foord, City Ticket Agent, Southeast Corner King & Yonge Sts., Toronto,
for space required.
If Homeseekers find it necessary to apply
direct to City Ticket Agent at Toronto
for Tourist Sleeping Car berths, application
must be accompanied by cash remittance
covering cost of accommodation required,
plus War Tax. Dominion Express Money
Orders will be found a convenient method
of remitting cash.
(See Page 10 for Berth Rates)
When berth tickets are
purchased and unused,
refund will not be made
unless    such    tickets
Refund of
Berth Fares
are  returned  to  the  agent  from  whom
purchased, at least 24 hours before date for
which reservation was made, so that sale
of berth may be cancelled.
u Variations of Route
Winnipeg
Variable Routes on Additional
Payments
(a) At Winnipeg westbound, and at Regina, or any exchange
office west thereof, eastbound, holders of Homeseekers'
tickets to Regina or points west thereof may have their tickets
exchanged via diverse route on payment of additional amounts
as follows:—
One Way Both Ways
Via Kirkella and Bulyea $2.85 $5.70
Via Portage la Prairie, Yorkton & Lanigan... 5.30 10.60
Via Portage la Prairie, Yorkton & Colonsay . 7.50 15.00
Via Portage la Prairie, Yorkton & Saskatoon. 9.55 19.10
Via Kirkella, Lanigan and Saskatoon  9.55 19.10
Via Deloraine, Schwitzer and Areola  3.65       7.30
Via Reston and Wolseley  3.65       7.30
(b) At Winnipeg, westbound, and Moose Jaw or any
exchange office west thereof eastbound, holders of Homeseekers' tickets to Moose Jaw or points west thereof may have
their tickets exchanged via diverse routes on payment of
additional amounts as follows:—
One Way Both Ways
Via Deloraine, Napinka and Estevan $2.60      $5.20
Via Glenboro, Souris and Estevan  1.35       2.70
Via Brandon, Napinka and Estevan  1.55       3.10
(c) At Winnipeg, Brandon or Regina westbound, or at
Calgary eastbound, holders of Homeseekers' tickets to Calgary
or points north may have their tickets exchanged via diverse
routes on payment of additional amounts as follows:—
One Way Both Ways
Via Lethbridge and Aldersyde or via Macleod. $3.75      $7.50
(d) At Winnipeg or any exchange office west thereof to
Medicine Hat on westbound trip, and at Macleod eastbound
holders of Homeseekers' tickets to Macleod may have their
tickets exchanged via diverse routes on payment of additional
amounts as follows:—
One Way Both Ways
Via Calgary and Main Line $3.75      $7.50
Via Calgary, Aldersyde and Lethbridge  4.35      $8.70
12 Optional Routes Without Charge
Homeseekers' tickets reading simply "Canadian Pacific
Ry." will be honored by the following routes in one or both
directions as passengers may desire without additional charge.
TICKETS TO WOLSELEY, SASK., OR BEYOND will be
honored between Winnipeg and Wolseley, via:—
(1) Main line through Brandon and Kirkella.
(2) Glenboro, Souris and Reston.
TICKETS TO REGINA, SASK., OR BEYOND will be
honored between Winnipeg and Regina, via:—
(3) Main line through Brandon and Wolseley.
(4) Glenboro, Souris, Reston and Wolseley.
(5) Glenboro, Souris and Stoughton.
(6) Brandon, Souris and Stoughton.
TICKETS TO MOOSE JAW, SASK., OR BEYOND will
be honored between Winnipeg and Moose Jaw, via.:—
(7) Main line through Brandon and Wolseley.
(8) Glenboro, Souris, Reston, Wolseley and Regina.
(9) Glenboro, Souris, Stoughton and Regina.
(10) Glenboro, Souris, Stoughton and Weyburn.
(11) Brandon, Souris, Stoughton and Regina.
(12) Brandon, Souris, Stoughton and Weyburn.
TICKETS TO  BULYEA,  SASK.,  OR BEYOND  will be
honored between Winnipeg and Bulyea, via:—
13) Kirkella.
(14) Regina.
TICKETS TO LANIGAN, SASK., OR BEYOND will be
honored between Winnipeg and Lanigan, via:—
(15) Portage la Prairie and Yorkton
(16) Kirkella and Buljrea.
(17) Kirkella and Regina.
TICKETS TO SASKATOON, SASK., OR BEYOND will
be honored between Winnipeg and Saskatoon, via:—
(18) Portage la Prairie, Yorkton and Lanigan.
(19) Kirkella and Lanigan.
(20) Regina and Bulyea.
(21) Regina and Colonsay.
TICKETS TO WILKIE OR MACKLIN, SASK., or beyond
will be honored between Winnipeg and Wilkie or Macklin,
Sask. via:—
(22) Portage la Prairie, Yorkton and Saskatoon.
(23) Kirkella and Saskatoon.
(24) Regina, Bulyea and Saskatoon.
(25) Regina, Colonsay and Saskatoon.
(26) Moose Jaw and Kerrobert.
13 TICKETS TO CALGARY, ALTA., OR BEYOND, may be
routed between Swift Current and Bassano, via:—
(27) Main Line through Medicine Hat.
(28) Empress, Alta.
TICKETS TO CALGARY, ALTA., OR BEYOND, may be
routed between Gleichen and Shepard, via:—
(29) Main Line through Langdon.
(30) Strangmuir, Carseland and Indus.
TICKETS TO CALGARY AND EDMONTON, ALTA., and
intermediate points, also points beyond Calgary, Alta., and
points Red Deer to Rocky Mountain House, Alta., may be
routed between Winnipeg and Calgary, via:—■
(31) Main Line through Portage la Prairie, Regina and
Medicine Hat.
(32) Glenboro, Souris, Reston and Wolseley, Regina and
Medicine Hat.
(33) Glenboro, Souris, Stoughton, Weyburn, Moose Jaw
and Medicine Hat.
(34) Portage la Prairie, Yorkton, Saskatoon and Wetaskiwin
direct.
(35) Portage la Prairie, Yorkton, Saskatoon, Wetaskiwin
and Edmonton.
(36) Kirkella, Saskatoon and Wetaskiwin direct.
(37) Kirkella, Saskatoon, Wetaskiwin and Edmonton.
(38) Regina, Bulyea, Saskatoon and Wetaskiwin direct.
(39) Regina, Colonsay, Saskatoon and Wetaskiwin direct.
(40) Regina, Bulyea, Saskatoon, Wetaskiwin and Edmonton.
(41) Regina, Colonsay, Saskatoon, Wetaskiwin and Edmon
ton.
(42) Moose Jaw, Kerrobert, Wilkie and Wetaskiwin direct.
(43) Moose Jaw, Kerrobert, Macklin and Wetaskiwin direct.
(44) Moose   Jaw,   Kerrobert,   Wilkie,   Wetaskiwin   and
Edmonton.
(45) Moose   Jaw,   Kerrobert,   Macklin,   Wetaskiwin   and
Edmonton.
(46) Moose Jaw, Kerrobert and Lacombe.
TICKETS TO LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., and points beyond
to which the fare applies via Lethbridge, may be routed between
Winnipeg and Lethbridge, via:—
(47) Main Line through Portage la Prairie, Regina to Dun
more and direct rail.
(48) Glenboro, Souris, Stoughton, Weyburn, Assiniboia and
Manyberries.
(49) Brandon, Souris, Stoughton, Weyburn, Assiniboia and
Manyberries.
14 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
FARM   LANDS
IN
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
The Company have large holdings of choice farm lands in
many of the best proven districts and offer you a large choice.
There is no better or safer investment than good farm land.
The land will pay for itself from the crops in a few years
and rapidly increase in value. Those who come later will
pay more—while you can at present secure choice farm land
with a reputation of producing prize-winning grains and live
stock at nominal prices and on most exceptional terms. Perhaps
you can hardly realize it, but the Company are actually offering you a farm on payment of one-tenth of the purchase price
at time of purchase, and no other payment of principal is
required for four years from date of application. The balance
of the principal is extended over a period of 16 years at 6%.
During the first three years you are only required to pay
interest, and if you comply with the requirements of the
contract with regard to occupation and improvement, a reduction in the interest payable at the end of the first and second
year from 6% to 2% will be granted, and you can pay in full
at any time.
In certain districts applications for land on our ten-year
contract, one-tenth cash, and balance in nine equal annual
payments at 6%, which does not require improvement of land,
may be made.
Take advantage of your opportunity while in the West to
see these lands.
Before leaving get literature, maps and prices. Call or
write.
C. LADUE NORWOOD,
C.P.R. Land Agent,
Concourse Windsor Station,
Montreal, Que.
15 Bureau of
Canadian
Information
THE Canadian Pacific Railway, through its Bureau of
Canadian Information, will furnish you with the latest
reliable information on every phase of industrial and
agricultural development in Canada. In the Reference
Library maintained at Montreal is complete data on natural
resources, climate, labor, transportation, business openings,
etc., in Canada. Additional data is constantly being added.
No charge or obligation attaches to this service. Business
organizations are invited to make use of it.
Canadian Pacific Railway
Department of Colonization
and Development
335 Windsor Station      ...      Montreal
For Tickets, Berth Reservations
and Full  Information  apply  to
any Station or Town Agent of the
Canadian Pacific Railway
W.  FULTON,
District Passenger Agent,
TORONTO
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