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 APRIL 26th, 1964 TO OCTOBER 24th, 1964
Cznadum        ic
APRIL 26th, 1964 TO OCTOBER 24th, 1964
3PORTAT DISCOVER THE
run OF TRAVEL
OH The Canadian
The Canadian—Canada's Scenic Dome Streamliner—
is a most unusual train. It is a destination itself. You
sense it while dining. Soft music flows. You enjoy a
wide choice of dishes while cruising through the
countryside. Prices? Less than other fine restaurants,
less still on the All-inclusive Plan. Or, enjoy inexpensive meals in the Skyline Coffee Shop on All-inclusive
Tourist or Coach fares. See your Travel Agent or any
Canadian Pacific Office.
DAHCE YOUR WAY
TO EUROPE
OH A WHITE EMPRESS
There's a dance every night when you sail WHITE
EMPRESS to Europe. And a Masquerade Party. And
a Last-Night-Out Party. They're part of the extra
features WHITE EMPRESS puts in every sailing.
Others include superb food, a swimming pool, a
movie theatre, hostess service, an attentive staff and
acres of lounging room. WHITE EMPRESSES leave
Montreal and Quebec regularly for Liverpool and
Greenock. Isn't it time you left your worries in the
wake of a WHITE EMPRESS?
MONTREAL-WINNIPEG Sample First Class all-inclusive
fare, including lower berth, all meals ■
*43
MQNTREAL-GREENOCK-LIVERPOOL Tourist Summer
fare from
'255
FAST  FREIGHT  SERVICE
A wide choice of vessels. Refrigerated and regular
cargo space. Frequent sailings. Between Liverpool -
London - Southampton - Continental ports and Saint
John, N.B.- Montreal - Toronto - Detroit and all intermediate ports subject to inducement.
id all inter-
CARIBBEAN  CRUISES from New York
Dec. 1964 to March 1965
by Flagship Empress of Canada
Glorious sunshine cruises, exotic ports of call. Ship
is a floating hotel, with, cinema, salt-water swimming,
deck games, dancing. Information and fares from
your local agent or any Canadian Pacific office. The Canadian
SCENIC DOME   •   STABNLESS -
STEEL STREAMLINER
msr
TRANSCONTINENTAL SCHEDULE
ALL SPACE RESERVED - NO EXTRA FARE
For your added convenience, seats may be reserved for dinner in the deluxe Dining Room car.
Montreal to Vancouver 70 hrs. 45 min.            Vancouver to Montreal 70 hrs. 05 min.
Toronto to Vancouver 67 hrs. 20 min. Vancouver to Toronto 66 hrs. 30 min.
TABLE 1
Westward—READ DOWM
Scenic-Dome Train
The
Canadian
Daily
No.  I
1-45 pm
a 1-51 pm
a 1.58 pm
d 2.05 pm
3-45 pm
/ 4-38 pm
/5-02 pm
/5-30 pm
/ 6.12 pm
6.47 pm
9-30 pm
11.15 pm
No. I I
5-10 pm
a 5-25 pm
808 pm
8-44 pm
11.00 pm
No.  I
11.59 pm
12.50 am
4-00 am
c 5-40 am
7-35 am
c 8-11 am
c 8.35 am
c 9.03 am
clO.30 am
10.48 am
CI2.I9 pm
c12.27 pm
1-45 pm
2 00 pm
4.12 pm
5.29 pm
7.13 pm
9.40 pm
<7l0-57 pm
$12.08 am
12.27 am
s 1.24 am
2-55 am
4-37 am
5-42 am
7-52 am
9-33 am
12-55 pm
3.40 pm
4.45 pm
5-40 pm
604 pm
9 10 pm
11.25 pm
|.10 am
5-35 am
u 7-36 am
8-14 am
8-50 am
9.30 am
Example
Fri.
Fri.
Sat.
Miles
0.0
2.0
4.7
9.6
11.4
43.0
66.4
84.7
219.4
241.2
358.5
437.5
0.0
4.5
131.4
154.5
259.8
437.5
471.5
607.9
665.8
737.8
759.0
777-5
800.8
848.0
856.1
919.4
924.4
984-6
989.0
136-2
199.5
282.4
408.1
463.7
529.9
541.2
588.4
672,1
764.5
806.1
916.5
2063-9
2239.7
2321.6
2356.3
2376-3
2411.3
2502.0
2565.4
2630.8
2752.3
2811.2
2839.6
2864.8
2881.3
Altitude
110
152
157
89
214
450
300
416
381
523
662
857
254
393
790
686
857
857
378
412
097
225
200
976
703
896
996
682
642
614
617
I486
1224
1091
772
858
225
204
451
968
896
779
2432
2181
3439
4534
5044
4072
2583
1494
1157
1159
493
59
26
39
E.T.
C.T.
TABLE |
Lv.  Montreal 	
Lv  Westmount 	
Lv  Montreal West Ar
Lv.  Dorval  Ar
Ar  Ottawa  Ar
Ar  Carleton Place Ar
Ar  Arnprior Ar
Ar  Renfrew  Ar
Ar  Pembroke  Ar
Ar  Chalk River .. Ar
Ar... ...'.   North Bay  Ar
Ar  Sudbury  Lv
Toronto  Ar
West Toronto  Ar
MacTier  Ar
Parry Sound  Ar
Sudbury  Lv
Sudbury Ar
Cartier  Ar
Chapleau Ar
Missanabie  -....Ar
White River  Ar
Regan
Hemlo
Marathon
Terrace Bay
Schreiber
Nipigon
Red Rock
Port Arthur     Ar
Ar.    Fort William  . Ar
Ar  Ignace  Ar
Ar  Dryden  Ar
Ar  Kenora  Ar
Ar        Winnipeg        Ar
Ar Portage la Prairie Ar
Ar...:... Douglas (Shilo Camp)  Ar
Ar          Brandon         Ar
Ar  Virden Ar
Ar       Broadview      .......... Ar
C.T.
M.T.
M.T.
P.T.
18     P.T.
Ar  Regina
Ar       Moose Jaw
Ar  Swift Current
Ar  Medicine Hat
Eastward—READ UP
Scenic-Dome Train
Miles
The
Canadian
Daily
.. 3
2879.3
2876.6
2871.7
2769.9
2738.3
2714.9
2696.6
2661.9
2640,:
2522.8
2443 "
2703.6
2699.:
2572.2
2549.1
2443.8
Calgary         Ar
Ar  Banff            Ar
Ar    Lake Louise Ar
Ar  Field           Ar
Ar  Golden             Lv
Ar  Revelstoke  • Ar
Ar.  Salmon Arm Ar
Ar  Kamloops       Ar
Ar!  North Bend      Ar
Ar      Agassiz          Lv
Ar!  Mission City    Ar
Ar      Coquitlam       Lv
(New Westminster)
Ar  Vancouver      Lv
E.T.
C.T.
C.T.
C.T.
M.T.
M.T.
P.T.
P.T.
No. 2
8.45 pm
a 8 37 pm
a 8-30 pm
" 8.19 pm
6.30 pm
/ 5-42 pm
r 5-17 pm
/ 4-53 pm
/ 4.14 pm
3-40 pm
12.45 pm
11.10 am
No. 12
5.00 pm
a 4.40 pm
2.05 pm
1.28 pm
11-15 am
2443.8
2409.:
2273.4
2215.5
2143.5
2122-3
21Q3.8
2033.3
2025.2
1961.9
1956-9
1896-7
!892.3
1745.1
1681.8
1598.9
1473.2
1417.6
1351.'
1340..
1292.9
1209.2
1116.8
1075.2
964. S
817.4
64" :
559.7
525.0
505.0
470.0
379.3
315.9
250.5
129.0
70.1
41 7
16.5
No. 2
10.35 am
9.45 am
6-25 am
c 4-57 am
3.00 am
c 2-26 am
c 2.00 am
29 am
c|2.|7 am
11.55 pm
clO-30 pm
clO-23 pm
9.05 pm
7.35 pm
4-35 pm
3-21 pm
1.30 pm
10.35 am
9.35 am
8-32 am
8-10 am
7.13 am
5-42 am
3-25 am
2-26 am
11-25 pm
8.30 pm
5.10 pm
3-00 pm
2.15 pm
12-10 pm
10-44 am
7-20 am
5-20 am
3-30 am
11-20 pm
u 9.26 pm
8-50 pm
8 !2 pm
Example
Mon.
Mon.
Mon.
Sun.
0.0    7.40 pm
Sun.
Sat.
Sat.
Fri.
Fri.
EXPLANATION OF SSGNS
a Does not carry local passengers between Montreal, Westmount
and Montreal West, nor between Toronto and West Toronto.
c Stops on request for revenue sleeping car passengers from or to
Sudbury and east and from or to Winnipeg and west. Westward
until June 25, inc. and after Sept. 8.    Eastward until June 27, inc.
and after Sept. 10.
d Stops on signal to entratn or detrain revenue passengers to or
from Ottawa and points west.
e Arrives and leaves from Pier A3 in Vancouver.
/ Stops on signal. k
g Does not carry local passengers from Winnipeg to Portage la Prairie.
s Stops to entrain or detrain revenue passengers from or to Sudbury
and east and from or to Medicine Hat and west.
u Stops for revenue passengers to or from Calgary and east.
4 Inquire from Agents regarding connecting services at Nanaimo via
E. & N. Ry. and Vancouver Island Coach Line to and from Victoria
and other points on Vancouver Island.
% No baggage checking facilities at Vancouver Wharf.   All checked
baggage is handled through Vancouver Station Baggage Room.
E.T.—Eastern Time. C.T.—Central Time.
M.T.—Mountain Time. P.T.—Pacific Time.
EQUIPMENT
Trains 1-11 and 2-12 "THE CANADIAN"
Scenic-Dome Lounge Sleeper with Drawing Room and Bedrooms.
Scenic-Dome Coffee Shop.
Stainless Steel Streamlined Sleepers with Drawing Rooms, Compartments, Bedrooms, Roomettes, Duplex Roomettes, Standard Berths.
Tourist Cars.
Stainless Steel Streamlined Coaches with reserved seats.
Dining Room Car.
P.M.
♦ 7«30
10.15
P.M.
B.C. Coast Steamship Service — Vancouver—Nanagmo and Victoria — SeaitSe — (Daily Service)
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A.M.
♦ lleOO
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P.M.
A.M.
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630
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Lv
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5*"     A.M.
A.M.
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A.M.
P.M.
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P.M.
A.M.
e 2.15
Lv            	
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Ar	
Ar	
       Seattle     	
    Nanaimo   	
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 .Lv
♦ 1*130
P.M.
April 26, 1964
Printed In Canada Canadian (/acffic
TABLE 2
CONDENSED TRANSCONTINENTAL. SCHEDULES — WESTWARD AND EASTWARD
WESTWARD—Read Dowm
SCENIC-DOME TRAINS
The
m
The
m
The
m
Dominion
3
Dominion
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3
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Canadian
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3
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Miles
Daily
CO
Daily
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CD
Daily
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CD
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8.05pm
Fr
8 05pm
Fr
1.45pm
hr
0.0
10.15pm
"
10.15pm
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3-45pm
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II 1.4
10.35pm
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10.35pm
"
3-55pm
"
1.50am
Sa
1.50am
Sa
6-47Pm
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241.2
5.05am
"
5.05am
"
9-40pm
"
358.5
6.50am
6.50am
II.15pm
Fr
437.5
No. 3
No. 3
No. 1 1
10.00pm
Fr
10.00pm
Fr
5-IOpm
Fr
0.0
2.15am
Sa
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Sa
8 08pm
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131.4
6-15am
6.15am
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259.8
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7.45am
Sa
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Sa
ll.59pm
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437.5
8.45am
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TABLE 2
Canadian Pacific
Montreal E.T Ar
..    Ottawa     Lv
..    Ottawa     Ar
Chalk River     Lv
.. North Bay Ar
..   Sudbury    Lv
Lv...
..   Toronto   ..
...Ar
Ar...
..  MacTier    ..
...Lv
Ar...
..   Sudbury   ..
...Lv
Lv.
Sudbury    Ar
Ar     Cartier     Lv
Ar Chapleau   Lv
Ar     White River    Lv
Ar Schreiber Lv
Lv     Port Arthur     Lv
Ar.. Fort William E.T. .. Lv
Lv.. Fort William C.T. .. Ar
Ar       Ignace    Lv
Ar     Kenora     Lv
Ar Winnipeg Lv
Soo Line
.   St. Paul    Ar
Minneapolis    .... Ar
Noyes  Lv
Lv..
Ar..
Canadian Pacific
Emerson
Winnipeg
Canadian Pacific
... Winnipeg Ar
andon    Lv
.Ar
.Lv
.Ar
.Lv
.Ar
.Lv
. Ar
.Lv
.Ar
.Lv
.Ar
Lv.
Ar.
Lv    Brandon   .
Ar       Broadview
Lv....     Broadview
Ar      Regina     .
Lv      Regina     .
Ar..
Lv..
Ar..
Lv..
Ar..
Lv..
Moose Jaw
Moose Jaw
Swift Current C.T..
Swift Current M.T,
..   Medicine Hat  ...
..   Medicine Hat  ...
Ar
Calgary {See Table 27)
Lv
Lv.
Ar.
     Calgary    	
 Edmonton	
Ar
Lv
Lv  Calgary (See Table 27)   Ar
Ar      Banff      Lv
.Ar
.Lv
.Ar
.Lv
.Ar
.Lv
.Lv
.Lv
.Ar
.Lv
.Ar
.Lv
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Lv       Banff
Ar     Lake Louise
Lv     Lake Louise
Ar Field M.T. .
Lv Field P.T. .
Ar     Golden
Ar     Glacier    .
Ar....      Revelstoke
Lv       Revelstoke
Ar Sicamous .
Lv Sicamous .
Lv....   Salmon Arm
Ar Kamloops .
Lv Kamloops .
Ar     North Bend
Lv      North Bend
Ar     Agassiz
Lv    Mission City
Ar....     Coquitlam
(New Westminster)
Ar..     Vancouver P.T.
EASTWARD—READ UP
Miles
28813
2769.9
2640.I
2522.8
2443.8
2703.6
2572-2
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2443.8
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0.0
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525.0
505.0
470.0
419.5
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Tu
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EXPLANATION OF SIGNS—THIS PAGE
a From St. Paul until June 25 inc. and after Sept. 8.      b From St. Paul June 26 to Sept. 8 inc.        1   s Stops for revenue passengers to or from Calgary and east.
c From Winnipeg until June 26 inc. and after Sept. 9.    d From Winnipeg June 2.7 to Sept. 9 inc.      |   E.T —Eastern Time.   C.T —Central Time    M.T.—Mountain Time.   P.T -Pacific 1 ime.
Note-Soo 2/9 -CP 107 & CP 108-Soo 2/10 will operate between Glenwood & Winnipeg during same period as Soo 9 - CP 111 & CP 112 - Soo 10 handling local passengers. For Schedule see raoie 32.
9 EQUIPMENT SHOWN IN TABLE 3 tables J Ca/mdm^ac^
TRANSCONTINENTAL. TRAINS — EQUIPMENT
Regularly assigned cars are all AIR-CONDITIONED
For Equipment of "The Canadian" see Table h
WESTWARD "<//     J& *     " EASTWARD
No. 7—Montreal to Vancouver (Daily) cr,CMir  hnMC  to aim No' 8—Vancouver to Montreal (Daily)
Nos. 3-7—Toronto to Vancouver (Daily)       SCENIC  DOME  TRAIN       Nqs   8-4—Vancouver to Toronto (Daily)
Prior to June 25 and after September 7
Coaches
Parlor Car  (Train  7 only)   (Except Sat.)   Montreal-Ottawa
Bedrooms,   Roomettes,   Compartment,   Standard  Berths  Montreal-Sudbury
Skyline   DOME  Coffee  Shop  Coach   Montreal-Winnipeg
Bedrooms,  Roomettes, Compartment, Standard Berths  Toronto-Sudbury
Drawing   Room,  Compartments, Standard  Berths  Fort William-Winnipeg
Buffet-Coach    Winnipeg-Vancouver
Nos. 7-5—-Montreal to Vancouver (Daily) Nos. 4-8—Vancouver to Montreal (Daily)
Nos. 3-7-5—Toronto to Vancouver (Daily) Nos. 4-8-4—Vancouver to Toronto (Daily).
June 25 to September 7 inc.
Coaches
Parlor Car (Montreal to Ottawa) (except Sat.)
Dining  Car
Drawing Rooms, Compartments,  Bedrooms
Roomettes,  Duplex Roomettes
Standard Berths
Tourist Cars
MONTREAL - TORONTO - VANCOUVER
IMPORTANT
Trains 4, 5, 7 and 8 will operate as follows between WINNIPEG AND VANCOUVER
Westward—Train 5 from June 27 to September 9 inc. only.
Train 7 from April 26 to June 26 inc. only and after September 9.
Eastward — Train 4 from June 25 to September 7 inc. only.
Train 8 from April 26 to June 24 inc. only and after September 7.
Coach St. Paul-Winnipeg
Winnipeg-Vancouver
Bedrooms,   Standard   Berths    St. Paul-Winnipeg
Drawing   Room,  Compartments,  Bedrooms,  Roomettes,  Standard   Berths   (July-August)   St. Paul-Vancouver
Dining  Car   (July-August)    Thief River Falls-Vancouver
EXPLANATION OF SIGNS —TABLES 4 to 7 INCLUSIVE
<g> Meal Station where food and news supplies can be obtained at city prices.
V Air-conditioned R.D.C. (Rail Diesel Car).
4* C.P. Air Lines Service to and from Yukon District; Prince Rupert via Charlotte Islands; Kamloops,
Williams Lake, Quesnel, Prince George, also to Calgary via Penticton, Castelgar and Cranbrook.
«fb C.P. Air Lines Service to and from Vancouver, Williams Lake, Quesnel, Prince George, and
Yukon Districts.
A Revenue passengers handled to and from main line trains by taxi service on application to Ticket
Agents at New Westminster or Coquitlam.    Approximate transfer time 30 minutes.
© Taxi transfer for revenue passengers travelling to or from Brandon, Man., or beyond, may be
arranged through Agents at Agassiz or Chilliwack.    Baggage checked to Chilliwack will be
handled via Mission and subject to possible delay.
♦ For particulars of bus service between Salmon Arm and Kelowna, see Table 31
0 Pressview Bus Line.   Bus to and from Timmins connects at Chapleau with Trains 7 and 8.
No checked baggage.    Rail tickets not honored.
SI Imperial Taxi, Brandon, Man.—Passengers from or to points Sudbury and east or south; also
Agassiz and west furnished free taxi transfer between Brandon and Wheatland.
CONNECTIONS AT FRANZ
Algoma Central  Railway
Ex. Sun.
see Note
Effective May 11
Ex. Sun.
see Note
7.00am
1.00pm
Lv.
Ar.
.Sault Ste. Marie.
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.Ar
Lv
5.00pm
II.15am
1.15pm
2.25pm
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Ar.
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II.00am
9.57am
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400pm
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Ar.
Ar.
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.Ar
.Lv
.Lv
9.57am
8.15am
6.30am
Note: Trains will operate Daily July 5 to October 1I, inc.
a Stops to entrain or detrain revenue passengers from or to points east of Fort William and from
or to points west or south of Winnipeg.
b Stops on request for revenue sleeping car passengers from or to Sudbury and east and from or to
Winnipeg and west; Westward, until June 25 inc., and after Sept. 8; Eastward until June 27
inc., and after Sept. 10.
c Stops to detrain revenue passengers from Winnipeg and east and from Medicine Hat and west.
d Stops to detrain revenue passengers from points Fort William and east.
e Stops on signal to entrain passengers for Sudbury and west.
/ Stops on signal.
g Does not carry local passengers from Winnipeg to Portage la Prairie.
h Stops on signal to entrain or detrain revenue passengers to or from Ottawa and west.
* Stops for revenue passengers from Kamloops and east.
k Stops on signal to entrain passengers for Ottawa and east.
m Stops to detrain passengers from Broadview and east and to entrain passengers for Regina and west.
n Stops for revenue passengers to or from Winnipeg and east and Regina and west.
g Stops Sunday only to detrain revenue passengers from Ft. William and east and to entrain revenue passengers for Kenora and west.
r Stops to detrain from Regina and west and entrain for Broadview and east.
* Stops for revenue passengers to or from Calgary and east.
t Stops to detrain from Winnipeg and east and entrain for Calgary and west.
u Stops to detrain revenue passengers from Ottawa and west.
v Stops to entrain only.
w Stops Monday, except when Monday is a holiday will stop Tuesday, May 18 to Sept. 8 inc.
x Stops to entrain or detrain revenue passengers from or to Sudbury and east and from or to
Medicine Hat and west.
V Stops Friday and Saturday, May 15 to Sept. 5 inc.
2 Does not carry local passengers between Montreal, Westmount and Montreal West.
E.T.—Eastern Time. C.T.—Central Time.
M.T.—Mountain Time. p.T.—Pacific Time. TABLES 4 and S
MONTREAL-OTTAWA-NORTH BAY-TORONTO-SUDBURY-
PORT ARTHUR-FORT WILLIAM
EAST—READ UP
WEST—BEAD DOWN
FORTWILLIAM-IGNACE-KENORA-WINNIPEG-
BRANDON-BROADVIEW
WEST—READ DOWN	
EAST—READ UP
THE
Dominion
7
Daily
P.M.
8.05
v 8.12
v 8.20
10* 15
10.35
11.22
11.55
12.20
1.04
1.24
1.50
2.00
r 2-21
3^0
e 4.18
4.50
THE
Canadian
I
Daily
P.M.
1.45
z 1.51
z 1.58
h 2.05
3.45
355
/4.38
/5.02
/5.30
/6.I2
6.* 47
Y4I7
Tue
Thu
Sat
A.M.
11.001
/11.13
11.21
11.30
11.40
/11.48
12.05
5.05
5.34
6-50
12.15
/I2.20
/I2.47
1.10
1.39
2.02
Z2.27
2.42
/2.52
2.59
/3.04
3.20
3.50
4.10
5.00
/5.20
5.36
6.01
6.18
6.51
/ 7.43,
8.30
3
10.00
_6-15
7
7.45
8.45
P.M.
8.55
10.30
10.55
11.30
12.25
12.40
/ 1.46
2.10
2.47
4J5
6.55
9.30
0.0
2.0
4.7
9.6
1.11.4
111.4
143.0
166.4
185.7
219.4
229.5
24 U2
241.2
246.5
256.2
291.6
31.3.0
325.0
331.9
339.1
358.5
9.40
/I0.04
11.15
5.10
ii.00
11.59
12.50
12.55
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s 3
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4.00
4.25
4.56
/5.23
5-47
6.07
7.36
7.55
8.05
9.31
9.40
11.25
11.25
11.40
P.M.
4.15
o 5.40
7.35
358.5
368.5
373.0
381.9
384.9
392.4
401.5
413.6
425.6
429.7
430.9
437.5
TABLE 4
THE
Canadian
2
Daily
Eastern Time
Lv... Montreal @ Wind. Stn. ... Ar|
    Westmou nt   	
   Montreal West	
.. -  Dorval        	
Ar   Ottawa, Ont. ©   Lv
Lv Ottawa, Ont Ar
Ar Carleton Place 19, 21 Ar
     Arnprior 21    	
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Ar   Pembroke 21    Lvj
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Ar Chalk River21© Lv
Lv  Chalk River Ar
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       Mattawa 	
      Eau Claire	
.     Ruthergien .......
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*'"••• North Bay © Lv
Lv     North Bay  Ar
       Beaucage 	
    Meadowside 	
Sturgeon Falls	
Cache Bay 	
Verner 	
Warren 	
Markstay  	
Wanapitei 	
Coniston 	
       Romford 	
Ar Sudbury 23, 25 ©	
0.0
259.8
Ar Sudbury 2
437.5
444.8
449.8
454.7
461.0
464.5
471.5
471.5
475.0
491.4
508.1
525.9
542.3
557-7
567.6
574.1
579.0
581.4
592.4
607.9
7.42
& 8.11
& 8.35
6 9*03
610.30
10.48
10.55
612.19
612.27
1.45
1.45
2.00
P.M.
607.9
630.2
644.1
651.8
665.8
676.0
689.3
717.7
737.8
P.M.
8.45
2 8.37
z 8.30
h 8.19
6.40
6.30
Z5.42
r 5.17
/4.53
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3^48
Lv.
Royal York Hotel, Toronto
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/ 25 ©	
Sudbury 23, 25
Azilda
.   Chelmsford   .
Larchwood
Levack
.   Windy Lake   .
.    Cartier®
Cartier
Geneva
,   Pogamasing   .
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.    Biscotasing   .
Ramsey
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Kinogama
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Lv.
Chapleau       .. Ar|
Nicholson     	
Bolkow
Daiton
Missanabie
Lochalsh
Franz
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Ar White River <$
737.8
759.0
760.1
771.1
777.5
793.0
800.8
804.6
812.2
815.8
837.4
848.0
856.1
856.1
870.4
919.4
924-4
936.6
941.3
952.4
958.1
970.2
984.6
984.6
989.0
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  Mobert
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  Hemlo
  Heron Bay
  Marathon
  Angler
  Coldwell
  Neys
  Jack Fish
  Terrace Bay
Ar  SCHREIBER ©
3.40
1.00
12.45
/I2.I6
11.10
12
5.00
11.15
THE
Dominion
8
Daily
A.M.
9.30
9-22
9.15
u 9.07
7.15
6.45
5.51
5.18
4.44
4.04
3.51
3.35
3.25
/3i00
1*30
£12.51
12.25
12.10
11.41
10.10
2
10.35
9.50
9.45
<
6.40
6.25
6 4.57
3.07
Lv.
.      SCHREIBER
Ross port
Nipigon
Red Rock
Hurkett
Dorion
Pearl
Leon
. .     Mackenzie
. .   Port Arthur
. .   Port Arthur
Fort William©
Eastern Time
3.00
6 2.26
6 2.00
6 j*29
612.17
12.02
4
7.00
10.30
8
9.10
8.20
8.10
6.43
6.21
5.47
4.50
V4I8
Wed.
Fri.
Sun.
4-35
Z3-24
3.03
2.23
i.'io
1.00
12.19
11.59
11.41
11.21
/I0.59
10.25
/ 9.29
9.00
11.55
610.30
610.23
9.05
9.05
8.50
P.M.
1.00
12.22
11:5
11.19
9-58
9.45_
9.35
8^07
7.57
6.45
6.45
6.25
A.M.
A.M.
THE
DOMINION
7
Daily
P.M.
11.05
<zl2.56
2.10
2.25
3.40
tf .4.11
5.35
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DIAN
I
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1.15
>
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4.12
5.50
5.59
w6'.23
7.30
8.40
20
CD   <
7.13
Miles
989. q
991.q
ooi :
012.4
.021.5
1028.9
1042.0
:060.3
1072.6
1085.6
1099.9
■108.5
118.5
136.2
TABLE 5
Central Time
Lv    Fort William © .
   West Fort William
         Murillo
    Kaministiquia  ..
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Ar         Ignace
THE
Canadian
2
Daily
36.2
41 :
50.4
64.1
71.4
81.1
86.7
199.5
1206.1
■211.5
.216.2
1221.5
1226.2
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257.8
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5
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10-401
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7
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9.55
2
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5 ...
f11:30
: 12* 15;
12:41
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7.21
a 8-44
940
10.05
010.57
zl2.08
12*27
282.4
285.5
292.3
301.9
302.6
313.7
326 :
334.5
348.0
354.5
360.4
365.9
370.2
377.3
382.1
388.9,
394.8
J398.2
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1423.3
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Osaquan
Raleigh
Tache
Dyment
Dinorwic
Wabigoon
Dryden
Oxdrift
Minnitaki
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Margach
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7.35
i 2
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.     Keewatin
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Julius
Molson
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WINNIPEG ®
Royal Alexandra Hotel
1448.6
1456.9
1463.7
1471.7
1479.2
1485.9
1492.9
1501.0
1506.4
1513.9
1522.6
1529.9
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1430.5....      Meadows     ■...
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Lv Portage la Prairie .
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2.55
A.M.
1541   ,
1549.4
1556 '
1566.0
1573.2
1581   ,
1588.4
1596- 6
1605.3
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1618,9
1627.5
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Ar         Virden
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Ar .... Broadview © .
Central Time
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all.58
11.00
10.35
9.35
x 8.32
8*. 18
THE
Dominion
8
Daily
A.M.
5-00
1.55
1.40
12.22
10.30
8-10
x 7.13
10.15
10.03
1/9.52
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8
P.M.
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11.15
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FOR EXPLANATION OF   SIGNS —SEE PAGE 3 BR0ADVIEW-REG1NA-M00SE JAW-SWIFT CURRENT-
CALGARY-BANFF-LAKE LOUISE-FIELD
WEST—READ DOWN
EAST—READ UP
THE
Dominion
5
Daily
P.M.
5.05
m523
m 5.47
6.15
t 6.29
708
7.35
8.20
8.50
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P.M.
4.35
mA.52
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5.40
« 5.55
6.30
7.55
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Strath-
more
6.30
7.30
12.00
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9.00
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Canadian
I
Daily
A.M.
3.03
4.371
4.57
542
Z 10.35
i -
I 11:37
12.45
% 2.25
Z. 2-45
J/2.59
3:25
4Tl8
4:58
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7:10
8.25
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9:40
10.10
10.05
10.20
10.45
10.55
li.'os
11.05
I i -" 50
11.50
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5.57
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7.52
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672.1
680.2
687.7
695.2
702.9
711.8
722.4
731.5
740.4
749.3
755.9
1764.5
.764.5,
i 773.9
1781.3
1789.0
799.2
1806
TABLE 6
THE
Canadian
2
Daily
Central Time
. Broadview © .
Oakshela
Grenfell
. Summer berry.
Wolseley
Sintaluta
.  Indian Head .
.    Qu'Appelle    .
McLean
Balgonie
.   Pilot Butte   .,
Regina©    ..
7.00
933
9.41
12.551
125
3^0
3-50
18143!
8223,
831.7
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851
859..,
865.0
872.6
879.8
888.1
896.2
905.4
16,5
916.5
,9253
1937.4
943 .
951.4
959 _
,.966.5
19733
1983.6
..„ 5
1992.9
2001.0
2013.8
2019.8
2031.7
2042.2
2049.I
2056.8
2063_
2063.9
2069 _
2078.4
2089.7
2098.8
21173
2 30.7
2 37.4
2 53.5
2 61.5
2 69.7
2 80.2
2 88.7
2209.4
2202.9
2208.5
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Skyline DOM E Car (Meal Service)
EXPLANATION  OF SIGNS
THIS  PAGE
© Meal Station where food and news supplies
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▼ Air-conditioned Rail Diesel Car.
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mount and Montreal West.
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TABLE 9
BAY OF FUNDY SERVICE
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NOTE
When Statutory Holidays are observed on Mondays, Train Nos. 12, 13, 15, 16 and 17 will be
annulled on Sundays, and Train Nos. 15, 16 and 17 will operate on Mondays. When operating
on Mondays, Train No. 16 will leave Yarmouth 5.10 p.m., arrive Halifax 10 55 p.m., Train
No. 15 will leave Halifax 11.10 P.m. (Mon.), arrive Kentville 1.10 a.m. (Tue.).
EQUIPMENT—Yarmouth—Digby—Halifax
Nos. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 20— R.D.C. (Rail Diesel Car).   No meals or newsservice.
Checked baggage not carried in this equipment.
FREDERICTON JCT. — FREDERICTON
(BUS SCHEDULE)
Ex. Sun.
Ex. Sun.
TABLE  |   |
Atlantic Time
Ex. Sun.
Ex. Sun.
9-10
955
10.05
P.M.
A.M.
8.00
8.45
8.55
A.M.
Lv Fredericton Jet Ar
Ar       Fredericton      Lv
(York Street Station)
Ar      Fredericton      Lv
(Lord Beaverbrook Hotel)
A.M.
7.40
6.55
6.45
A.M.
P.M.
8- 50
805
755
P.M.
Canadian Pacific issue of tickets reading to and from Fredericton will be honored on S.M.T.
(Eastern Ltd.) bus.
Hand baggage only is carried in buses. Checked baggage belonging to passengers ticketed
to or from Fredericton is transported by truck between McAdam and Fredericton in conjunction with Trains 41 and 42.
Oromocto (Camp Gagetown)
Rail tickets will be honored on SMT buses between Fredericton and
Oromocto (Camp Gagetown), a distance of approximately twelve miles.
Checked baggage is not handled on buses.
Baggage should be checked to Fredericton only.
EXPLANATION OF SIGNS THIS PAGE
* Daily.
t Daily except Sunday.
§ Sunday only.
@ Meal Station where food and news supplies can be obtained at city prices.
▼ Air-conditioned R.D.C. (Rail Diesel Car).
a Friday and Sunday only.
b Stops to entrain only.    Does not carry local passengers from Windsor Station to West*
mount or Montreal West.
c Stops to detrain only.    Does not carry local passengers from Montreal West or West-
mount to Windsor Station.
d Saturday and Monday only.
g Monday only.
Z Stops on signal.
0 Saturday only.
TABLES 10 to 13
MONTREAL-NEW YORK
DELAWARE  &  HUDSON   R.R.—NEW YORK  CENTRAL
12
Sat.
only
IO
Ex.
Sat.
34
Daily
Miles
TABLE    |2
Eastern Time
9
Daily
35
Daily
P.M.
9.45
P.M.
920
b 9.27
b 9.35
3.05
3.25
6.30
A.M.
A.M.
11.05
611.12
611.20
5.05
5.30
8.20
P.M.
0
2
5
234
234
376
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c 6.42
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10.44
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Grand Central Term.
EQUIPMENT
Not. 34-35—A.C. Equipment; Through Coach, Parlor Lounge Obs. Car and Diner.
Nos. 9-10-12—A.C. Sleepers:  Bedrooms, Roomettes. A.C. Reclining Seat Through Coach.
Sleeping  Cars and Parlor Cars are  Railroad Operated.
Planning for expansion
a new plant, distribution point,
agricultural location?
Whatever your objectives, you can now get specialized confidential advice to meet your company's
particular needs, which will save money and avoid
lost time putting plans into effect.
Locate on a site favourable for markets, most effective distribution and sources of raw material. Take
advantage of a specialized planning service that
costs you nothing.
Write or call the
Department of Industrial and Agricultral
Development, 703 Windsor Station, Montreal
or the nearest Canadian Pacific office.
Cma^an&ac^cc
TRAINS / TRUCKS / SHIPS / PLANES / HOTELS / TELECOMMUNICATIONS
WORLD'S   MOST   COMPLETE   TRANSPORTATION   SYSTEM
McADAM—ST. STEPHEN—ST. ANDREWS
(BUS SCHEDULE)
Ex. Sun.
Miles
TABLE   |3
Ex. Sun.
A.M.
7.00
0.0
32.5
33-7
40.0
48.7
56.8
56.8
77.3
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8-54
8-42
8.30
828
7.40
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7-54
8.06
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8.18
8.20
9.02
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Ar..
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 St. Stephen Stn	
 St. Andrews Stn	
Canadian Pacific issue of tickets reading to and from the aforementioned points will be honored on S.M.T. (Eastern Ltd.) bus.
Hand baggage and a limited amount of checked baggage will be
carried; heavy checked baggage will be handled In wayfrelght service. TABLE 14
Pool Services
MONTREAL • TROIS RIVIERES • QUEBEC
Pool Services
C.N.
60
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2
1 Pool
24
1 C.N.
4
1'C.P.
1 ?152
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| Pool
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I Poor
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TABLE   |4
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1 C.N.
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MONTREAL  •  OTTAWA
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EQUIPMENT—Montreal-Ottawa
Table 15
Coaches on all trains
Not. 131, 132, 133, 134, 137, 138 R.D.C. (Rail Diesel Car)
No. 7 Parlor Car (Except Sat.)
Skyline DOME Coffee Shop Coach (seats non-reserved)
No. 8 Skyline DOME Coffee Shop Coach (seats non-reserved)
Nos. 232, 233, 234, 235 Parlor cars (Dining Service)
EQUIPMENT—Montreal-Quebec
Table 14
Nos. 149, 151, 152 ROC (Rail Diesel Car)
Nos. 142, 153, 154, 155, 156 Coaches, Diner, Parlor Cars, also Scenic DOME Observation
Parlor (including a drawing-room and 3 double bedrooms) and Scenic DOME Reserved Seat
Coach.
EXPLANATION OF SIGNS—Tables 14 and |5
¥ Air-conditioned R.D.C. (Rail Diesel Car).
<g) Meal Station where food and new supplies can be obtained at city prices
• p®f,ular taxi service availab'e between Vankleek Hill and Hawkesbury'(distance 6 miles).
• Regular bus service between Trois Rivieres and Cap-de-la-Madeleine.
a Stops on signal to entrain revenue passengers for Vankleek Hill or beyond
b Does not carry local passengers between Montreal, Westmount and Montreal West.
c Stops on signal to entrain revenue passengers for Ottawa and beyond.
d Stops Saturday and Sunday only for revenue passengers
6 SeT7°an^9Mon3Octay|2nlyf0r reV6nUe passengers' also Mon- Ma* •& Wed. July |, Mon.
/ Stops on signal.
• SKII0i^^ Annes and east and
, Qti ll SnH.u Sftdaiy *P strain and on Sat and Sun> to detrain passengers.
Mon Oct 1l " passengers' also Mon- May 18, Wed. July |, Mon. Sept. j and
j Stops to detrain revenue passengers from Montreal
t Stops to detrain passenger only.
mStops on signal Sat. and Sun.; from Mon. to Fri. inc. Stops on signal to entrain only.
n Stops Friday only for revenue passengers. a o»w«u" uniy.
0 Stops on signal to entrain revenue passengers for Montreal.
r Stops to detrain revenue passengers.
w Stops to detrain revenue passengers from Ottawa or points west.
v Stops to entrain only. v ' TABLE 16
MONTREAL — OTTAWA — TORONTO — HAMILTON — LONDON — WINDSOR — DETROIT — CHICAGO
Note particularly the stations from which trains depart and arrive (See Note A below)
MORNING, AFTERNOON and NIGHT TRAINS—MonireaI—Toronto and Ottawa—Toronto
For train times, Montreal-Toronto and Ottawa-Toronto see Tables 17, 18, 19, 20.
Nos. 5,7, 15. 17, 21 and 105 also 6, 8, 14, 16, 22 and 114 are Pool Trains between Montreal and Toronto only.
on schedules shown as per Equipment Page 12.
They carry through equipment beyond Toronto
Pool 17
Pool 33
Pool
21-33
Pool 21
Daily
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Sat.
Ex. Sat.
Montreal
Ottawa
Montreal
Montreal
Toronto
Toronto
Ottawa
Toronto
Toronto
P.M
P.M
P.M
P.M
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k 10. 5
% 10. 5
10.22
10.22
e 1030
e 10.30
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p\ Itt52
w 10.50
w 10.50
§12.50
112-50
ttl?
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tio.no
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til.20
k 11.20
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on
tt i
0.3
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§ 1.20
t i -05
11.55
1.40
1.25
tt 4
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3- 5
t 4-20
A 5. k
"d 4
5
3. 5
4.05
4.05
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Via
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boro
tt 4
56
Table 20
Table 20
/ 4.58
ctt5
06
/ 5-06
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tt 5
42
5-47
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/ 6-29
tt n
6
6.23
6.42
6.^0
630
6.50
6
30
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§ 7.00
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A.M
A.M
A.M
A.M
?3
39
Daily
DAY
LINER
A.M.
8
• 00
8
.10
9
'•02
9
36
10
.10
IC
.20
II
.17
12
10
12
20
12
30
357
5.15
9-40
p.
w.
Pool 15
Daily
Montreal
Toronto
Pool 5
Ex. Sun.
Montreal
Toronto
Pool
105
Sun.
Montreal
Toronto
Pool 7
Daily
Montreal
Toronto
P.M
330
a 337
a 3-44
att3.57
A.M
8.45
Vg9. 2
tt 9.23
A.M
6\45
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tt 11.05
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tt   4-51
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11.25
11.55
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tt M8
tt 270F
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c
5.55
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tt 8*26
tti!02
tt 3. 3
tt 2. 3
d 2.23
11 tt35
tt 9^01
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tt 3^00
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tt 4^23
tt 332
I2tt47
9^45
P.M
435
P.M.
3'45
P.M
900
P.M
12.59
P.M.
9 00
P.M.
?337
Daily
DAYLINER
P.M.
5.20
530
6*26
7.00
730
7.40
838
9.25
935
9.45
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3.
A.
>9
30
40
M.
TABLE  | 6
Eastern Time
Pool 8
Daily
Toronto
Montreal
Lv.
Montreal
. .WindsorStation®..
.Ar
P.M.
L29
<?l tt04
Ar.
(Ste. Anne-de-Bellevue)
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.Lv
. Ar
Lv.
.. ..      Cornwall      ....
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Ar.
Lv.
Lv.
Ar.
Ar.
.. Brockville (Union) ..
. ..Ottawa (Union) .@..
.. . .Carleton Place. . . .
...Smiths Falls 17®. .
. Brockville (Union) ..
. Lv
. Ar
. Ar
.Lv
. Lv
. Ar
£ 11.10
CO
JQ
a>
Q.
Lv.
    Brockville 19	
Kingston      ....
co  11-07
PIOtt20
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.. Smiths Falls 17® .
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xr
Ar.
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.Lv
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.Lv
.Lv
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Ar.
Ar.
Lv.
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.... Trenton Jet	
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Trenton     	
& tt9.27
a.
o
£     ..
tt8-50
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iyBAA
        Whitby       	
tt   7-43
Ar.
.. .Toronto (Union)...
Royal York Hotel
. Lv
730
A.M.
Ar.
Canadian Pacific
.Hamilton Hunter St..
Table 24
. Lv
Canadian Pacific Ry.
Lv.
. .Toronto (Union)...
Parkdale       ....
.Ar
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          Gait ?         	
     Woodstock    	
Ar.
Lv.
London ®    ....
London ®    ....
Lv
Ar
Ar.
Lv.
Ar.
Windsor       ....
Windsor       ....
. ..   Detrost E.T	
. Lv
Ar
. Lv
New York Central System
Lv.
Ar.
... Detroit, E.T	
... Chicago, C.T	
(La Salle St. Station)
. Ar
Lv
Pool
j Pool 14
1 14
Sun.
Ex. Sun.
Toronto
Toronto
Montreal
Montreal
P.M.
P.M.
4-50
6^20
vVA.25
VdS.SQ
tt 4.10
tt 531
tt 3-20
tt 4-40
tt 232
tt 331
215
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5.0)
4.05
3.47
3.13
2.10
3.05
£. L- J5
tt 2.08,
ttl2J5
^ Too
tt!2.IO
ttl2.40
tt.ll.58
tt!2.20
ttlU9
ttl2i04
tt 11/40
ttll.52
ttll.25
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ttll.13
ttll.23
ttll.03
ttl6.50
ttl0.55
ttlQ37
ttl0.45
ttlO-27
ttl0.28
ttlO-02
ttlO-02
930
930
A.M.
A.M.
635
635
A.M.
A.M.
I Pool 6
Pool 22
|    Pool
22-34
Pool 34
Pool 16
Daily
Ex. Sat.
Sat.
Ex. Sat.
Daily
Toronto
Toronto
Toronto
Toron 0
Toronto
Montreal
Montreal
Ottawa
Montreal
Ottawa
Montreal
P.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M,
A.M.
10.30
t 6.45
§ 835
7^00
0l6:22
637
8.27
g\0\5
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8.2)
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z 6.13
z
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x 6.00
x 7.55
d6ttll
I'd 834
t 3.55
§ 6.00
"d 5.14
tt 4.22
8-00
10.20
TT30"
4.05
§ 730
9.25
Via Bedell
Via Bedell
9.05
6.05
6-05
8 15
7.55
3.55
I'd 7. ID
>i 2.54
t 3.40
§ 5.50
t 5.50
3.13
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53)
tt 6-13
1.25
-d 1.44
tt 0*1.5
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t 1-20
1.25
tt 137
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§ttl.l2
Peter
Peter
boro
boro
/I2.2I
Table 20
Table 20
ttl2.48
I'd 5.29
/I2t08
/IL44
tt 12*38
I'd 4.58
11.29
ttl2.06
/II.0I
/11.50
/11.50
10.45
1132
1132
4.15
JI630
fell.15
tii.15
11.15
 P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
▼338
¥340
Daily
Daily
DAY
DAY
LINER^
A.M.
LINER
P.M.
A.M.
11.20
10.00
11-07
9.46
10.14
8.51
9.43
8-18
9.15
7.50
9.05
7.40
8.06
6.41   '
7.15
550
7.1)
5.45
__7.00_
366
 535
354
355
368
§ 6-45
t   730
&I059
t 12.01
9.25
P.M.       j
A
M.
A.M.
Note A—Pool trains 5, 7, 17 and 105 westward, 8, 14, 16 and 114 eastward stop at Canadian National stations; Pool Trains 15 and 6 Dorval and west, do likewise,
and arrive at Windsor Station, Montreal. Pool Trains 21, 22, 33 and 34 depart from and arrive at Canadian Pacific stations.
Tickets for Sleeping and Parlor Car space in Pool Trains will be issuer! by Ticket Agents of either Railway.
For further particulars consult nearest Ticket Agent of the Canadian Pacific or Canadian National.
Pool trains 15 and 6 depart from
t Except Sun.     § Sun. only,     t Except Sat.
® Meal Station where food and news supplies
can be obtained at city prices.
A For train times C.N. Stns. see Table 16.
V Air-conditioned  RDC (Rail Diesel Car).
d Canadian National Station.
? Convenient bus service via Canada Coach
Lines between Gait and Kitchener.
a Pool   15  does  not carry  local   passengers
between    Windsor    Station,    Westmount,
Montreal West and Dorval.
& Stops to detrain revenue passengers from
Belleville and beyond and stops on signal
to entrain revenue passengers for Montreal.
c Stops for revenue passengers from Montreal
and beyond or to Toronto and beyond.
10
EXPLANATION OF SIGNS—PAGES 10 AND II.
d Sun., stops for revenue passengers.   Other
days, stops to detrain revenue passengers
from Toronto and beyond.
e Stops on signal to entrain only.   Does not
carry local passengers from Windsor Station
to Montreal West.
/ Stops on signal.
g Pool   6   does   not   carry   local   passengers
between Dorval, Montreal West, Westmount
and Windsor Stations.
h On Sun., arrives Toronto 3.45 p.m.
i Stops to detrain only. No local traffic between
Danforth and Union Station.
j Stops to entrain   revenue   passengers  for
Montreal.       k Saturday only.
I Stops Sunday to detrain revenue passengers
from Montreal and to detrain revenue passengers for Brockville and West.
m Stops on signal to entrain revenue passengers
for Montreal and detrain revenue passengers
from points west of Smiths Falls.
n Stops on signal to detrain revenue passengers, also to entrain revenue passengers for
Belleville and beyond.
p Stops for revenue passengers to Kingston
and beyond.
g Does not carry local passengers between
Central Station and Dorval.
t Does not carry local passengers between
Toronto Union and West Toronto.
u Stops on signal to detrain revenue passengers from Montreal and entrain revenue
passengers for points west of Smiths Falls,
v Stops for revenue passengers on Sun.; other
days detrains revenue passengers from
Toronto and entrains revenue passengers
for Montreal and beyond.
w Stops on signal to entrain revenue passengers for Toronto and beyond.
x Stops to detrain revenue passengers frorn
Toronto and beyond.
y Stops for revenue passengers for or from
Cornwall and beyond.
2 Stops Sat. and Sun. only to detrain revenue
passengers from Smiths Falls and beyond.
E.T.—Eastern Time.     C.T.—Central Time. READ DOWN
MONTREAL — OTTAWA — TORONTO — HAMILTON
The Lake Ontario Shore Line via Belleville
TABLE 17
Pool
21-33
Sat.
P.M.
* 10.15
10.22
e 1030
w 10.50
ll«56
§!2w04
«I233
§1230
felO.OO
10.'44
/I i.05
1**20
§ 1.20
1-40
Via
Peter-
Table
20
/630
6.42
630
Pool
21
Ex.
Sat.
Pool
33
Ex.
Sat.
P.M.
JI0.I5
P.M.
10*22
el030
10^50
li»56
t!2«04
«I233
tl2.*50
110.00
10.44
/I j * 05
11.20
t 1.05
1.25
1135
11.55
/ 2*07
3J5
4.'05
4.05
Via
Peterboro
See
Table
20
/ 4*58
/ 5.06
/535
5-47
/ 6.29
/6tl0
6-40
t 7"00
A.M.
6.23
630
t 6.45
A.M.
ES
Oo o
__*    fo
r°S?CD
CD
^£
03   	
3 oo
Pool
109
Sun.
P.M.
600
tt6.l5
tt6.25
tt635
tt6.43
tt6.53
tt703
tt7.2l
tt7.28
tt7.45
tt7.52
tt8*24
835
P.M.
*2
Pool
9
Ex Sat
dSun.
P.M.
4-05
tt4.25
tt440
tt450
tt500
tt5.l5
tt530
tt550
tt600
tt640
tt&. 50
tt7*45
7-55
P.M.
Pool
15
Daily
P.M.
330
a 337
a 3.44
a 3.57
For
train
times
C.N.
Stn*.
see
Table
16
3- 20
For
times
Ottawa
to
Brock.
ville
See
Table
19
A
A
9.45
P.M.
Pool
5-105
Daily
1.45
Q 9.12
A
For
train
C.N.
Stns.
Table
16
t 935
For
times
Ottawa
to
Brock-
Wile
See
Table
19
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
h 435
P.M.
7.50
900
P.M.
Miles
0-0
0.0
2-0
4.7
>6
20.4
23.7
28.4
34.4
40.2
463
54.0
62.7
68.1
72.9
79.0
86.7
92.6
95.8
100.6
107.9
119.6
124-6
128.5
0.0
5.4
13-6
21.4
30.0
31.7
43-4
48.4
523
TABLE   | 7
Eastern Time
 Montreal	
Lv .Windsor Station @ Ar
Lv Central Station <gi Ar
 Westmount..7	
   .Montreal West	
 Dorval	
 Ste- Annes	
(Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue)
 Vaudreuil (Dorion) |5	
 St. Lazare	
 ...St. Clet	
 Do Beaujeu	
 Dalhousie   Mills, Que	
 Green Valley, Ont	
 Apple Hill	
 Monklands	
 Avonmore	
 Finch	
 Chesterville	
 Winchester	
 Inkerman	
 Mountain	
 Bedell.	
 Merrickville	
 Rosedale	
Ar...... .Smiths Falls 16, 19 ® Lv
Lv Ottawa via Bedell <g> Ar
    El I wood	
 Manotick	
 Osgood e	
 Kemptville	
 Bedell	
 Merrickville	
 Rosedale	
Ar Smiths Falls 16, 19 <g> Lv
Lv .Ottawa ® 19 Via Carleton Place.. Ar
Lv Smiths Falls Ar
 Perth	
 Glen Tay 20	
 Bolingbroke	
 Tichborne	
 Parham	
 Wilkinson	
 Lens	
 Roblindale	
 Lonsdale	
 Belleville	
Ar Trenton Jet Lv
Ar Trenton Lv
Lv Trenton Ar
 Brighton	
 Colborne	
 Grafton	
 Cobourg	
 Port Hope	
 Newcastle	
 .Bowmanville	
 Oshawa	
 Whitby	
 Agincourt	
 Danforth	
 Leasjde	
  Don	
Ar Toronto @ Lv
Royal York Hotel
Lv Toronto Ar
Ar Hamilton Lv
Hunter St.
Pool
114
Sun.
50
25
y 4
A
For
train
times
C.N.
Stns.
see
Table
16
For
times
Brockville
to
Ottawa
See
Table
19
9.50
A.M.
7.40
635
A.M.
Pool
14
Ex.
Sun.
P.M.
6.20
V 5-50
A
For
train
times
C.N.
Stns.
see
Table
16
t 5.00
For
times
Brockville
to
Ottawa
See
Table
19
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
9.50
A.M.
7.40
635
A.M.
Pool
10
Ex.
Sun.
A.M.
11.59
tt||39
tt||.24
tt||.09
tt|0/59
tt|0.49
tt|035
tt|0.09
tt 9.59
^ 9-45
tt 9-17
tt 833
8.20
A.M.
Pool
6
Daily
P.M.
1030
010.22
010.15
g 9.57
For
train
times
C.N.
Stns.
see
Table
16
b 4*40
b 432
m4.05
t 335
10.20
For
t 3.40
times
3.18
Brock
ville
to
/ 2-25
Ottawa
See
Table
19
A
1-25
1.10
1.10
/I2**2I
A
/I2t08
/11.44
A
11.29
/II.0I
10.45
4.15
JI030
P.M.
P.M.
Pool
Pool
22
22-34
Ex.
Sat.
Sat.
A.M
A.M.
t 6.45
§ 835
6-37
8.27
630
8.20
z 6.18
z
x 6-00
x 735
b 6.45
b 637
W6-I0
§ 6.00
§ 730
/7*0I
/ 6-49
/636
/6*.*I8
§ 6*05
5.50
530
Via
Peterboro
/11.50
1132
fell.15
P.M.
Pool
34
Ex.
Sat.
t 730
/ 7-01
Z6.49
Z6.36
/6J8
t 6*05
t 5.50
530
Via
Peter,
bora
see
Table
20
/11.50
11 - 32
til.15
P.M.
Pool
16
Daily
7-00
q 633
A
For
train
times
C.N.
Stns.
see
Table
16
A
A
11.15
P.M.
You're surrounded!
At the Royal York Hotel in Toronto, bellboys, porters,
maids, waitresses surround guests with service. Service
that's friendly and prompt. So give in . . . don't fight it.
Enjoy yourself next stay in Toronto—at the Royal York—
a grand hotel.
THB
RPYALYORK
TORONTO
For Equipment see Page 12
Canadian (fbdtic
TRAINS / TRUCKS  / SHIPS  /   PLANES /   HOTELS / TELECOMMUNICATIONS
WORLD'S    MOST   COMPLETE    TRANSPORTATION    SYSTEM
11 Canadian OikcMic
TABLES 18 and 19
TORONTO
READ DOWN
•   LONDON   •  WINDSOR   •   DETROIT   •
CHICAGO
READ UP
V337
DAYLINER
Daily
P.M.
5.20
530
Z5.57
6.26
6.26
7.00
730
7.40
838
/837
925
935
9.45
*339
DAYLINER
Daily
A.M.
8.00
9.02
369
P.M.
*I030
1115
12.11
1.00
130
2-40
2-20
3.25
* 3-40
A.M.
/  I
02
36
Miles
0-0
23
4.5
8.7
12.6
14.2
173
21.2
27.6
32.1
38.0
39.2
44-9
52.0
57.2
TABLE   | 8
Eastern Time
Royal York Hotel
 Toronto <g> Ar
 Parkdale	
 West Toronto	
 Islington	
...' Dixie	
 .Cooksville	
 Erindale	
..Streetsville 26	
 Hornby	
 Milton	
,. .Campbellville	
. ...Guelph Jet	
 Puslinch	
 Kiilean 	
......Galt @ Lv
Convenient bus service via Canada Coach Lines
between Gait and Kitchener.
357
P.M.
* 5.15
6.00
6.42
7.28
8-00
8.50
8.25
9.25
* 9.40
P.M.
57.2
603
67.6
743
81.6
87.8
94.9
01.0
09.1
13-1
14.6
14.6
25.1
29.7
44.8
63.9
693
78.8
90.6
.94.5
204.7
208.8
215.6
222.7
226.1
228.8
228.8
264.7
302.9
348.0
370.8
419.4
4563
505.7
5123
1 Lv,
 Galt @	
.. Ar
 Woodstock 	
  .Thamesford	
 Crumiin	
 London Quebec St.......
Ar.
Lv,
 London (C.P. Stn.)®	
lv
 London (C.P. Stn.)®	
Ar
  .Caradoc	
 Thamesville	
 ..'. Chatham	
          .Tilburv  .
 Bella River 	
 Elmstead	
Ar..
Lv..
Ar..
 Windsor	
..« Windsor	
 Detroit E.T	
..Lv
..Ar
..Lv
New York Central System
Lv..
Ar..
 Detroit E.T	
 Ann Arbor	
..Ar
..Lv
 Battle Creek .
 Niles E.T	
 Michigan City C.T	
AT..
. Chicago La Salle St. Stn. C.T..
..Lv
T338
dayliner
Daily
a.m.
11.20
11.07
/I039
10.14
T340
DAYLINER
Daily
p.m.
/7.
43
366
A.M.
§ 6-45
5 50
435
3.45
3-15
2-02
§12-11
fcl6*59
P.M.
IU.UU
9*46
•»   ?
8*51
8.51
8* 18
" £'
730
7-40
:; •',
6*41
r 6.19
530
5.45
5.35
368      j
354
A.M.    .
t 730
6.45
535
435
.4.01
235
1.10
P.M.
* 3.55
3.05
2.25
135
108
12 13
10.28
A.M.          I
* 9*25
A.M.
EQUIPMENT
Tables 16, 17 and 18
Coaches on all trains
Trains 5-105, 14-114 Parlor Cars and Diner.
263 and 264
Trains 6, 15 Parlor Cars, Diner also Re
served Seat Coach.
Trains 16, 17, 21, 22 Compartments, Bedrooms,
Roomettes, Duplex Roomettes, Standard Berths, Meal
Service.
Trains 33, 34 Drawing   Rooms,   Compart
ments, Bedrooms, Roomettes,
Standard Berths.
Sleeping cars open at Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto at
10-00 p.m.
Ondtvt
Your tickets are prepared
in advance and ready
awaiting your convenience to pick them up.
SAVE TIME AND EFFORT
OTTAWA • SMITHS   FALLS • BROCKVILLE
READ DOWN READ UP
Pool
263
Daily
T26I
Dayliner
Ex.
Sun.
Miles
TABLE   |9
▼262
Dayliner
Ex.
Sun.
Pool
264
Daily
P.M.
3.20
A.M.
935
9.42
9.45
Q AQ
0.0
1.6
23
3.9
I8.I
26.9
3I.6
3I.6
39.8
48.7
48.7
55.4
66.9
76.2
Lv...
Eastern Time
 Ottawa®	
     Hull       :.
..Ar
P.M.
5.00
4.50
4.45
4.42
4.25
/4.I3
4.08
4.05
/3.56
3.47
3.43
333
Z3.22
3.10
P.M.
P.M.
10.20
 . Hull West	
3 29
10.03
d 3.50
f
f
f
0.06
0.I7
0.22
0.25
035
0.45
0.50
1.00
I.I2
1.25
l.M.
.... Stittville	
d 9.46
4.03
4.05
Ar...
Lv...
. ..Carleton Place 21
.. .Carleton Place 21	
..Lv
..Ar
930
9.25
430
4.40
Ar...
Lv...
 Smiths Falls 20 ®..
 Smiths Falls 17	
..Lv
..Ar
9.05
839
525
P.M.
Ar...
.....Brockville 16 ••
..Lv
8-15
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EXPLANATION OF SIGNS—PAGES 12 and 13.
@ Meal Station where food and newssupplies can beobtained at city prices.
* Daily.      § Sundayonly.     t Daily except Saturday.      t Dailyex.Sun.      ft Saturday only.
a Stops on signal to detrain passengers from North Bay and west and entrain passengers for Ottawa and Montreal.
d Stops on signal for revenue passengers for or from points Brockville and beyond.
/Stops on signal.
c Stops on signal to detrain revenue passengers from Ottawa.
V Air-conditioned RDC (Rail Diesel Car).   Checked baggage not carried  on trains 380.381.382.383.384.
385, 386, 387, 388 and 389.
Note A—Taxi meets all trains daily except Sunday for transfer to Madoc.
E.T.—Eastern Time. C.T.—Central Time.
12 READ DOWN
OTTAWA—PETERBORO—TORONTO—HAMILTON
For service via The Lake Ontario Shore Line and Belleville—Table 17.
TABLES 20 and 21
Pool
Pool
21-33
33
Miles
Sat.
Ex.Sat.
P.M.
P.M.
£10.00
$10.00
0.0
5.4
13.6
21.4
10.44
10
• 44
30.0
31.7
/I105
/ii
05
43-4
48.4
••
1 i .20
1.20
ii
ii
• 20
.35
523
523
1.40
ii
.55
63.9
67.7
71.4
78.9
2.20
/2*40
12
/ i
• 40
*04
89.1
98.2
103.9
¥387
V38I
DAY-
DAY-
/235
/1
.20
114.0
125.0
130.2
Sun.
¥385
Ex.
3.25
i
.48
V389
only
day-
▼383
Sun.
/ 3.40
t'i
.04
139.4
148.1
LINER
P.M.
Ex.
LINER
A.M.
4.25
\
75
161.4
Sat.
6.00
Sat. &
Ex.
5.25
435
3
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161.4
only
6.I0
/6.20
Sun.
Sun.
/533
/ 5-43
Z4.45
/i
3b
67.5
75.9
P.M.
6.45
P.M.
P.M.
6.00
5.15
4
.20
85.7
730
6.45
4
.40
115
6.00
5.15
4
.20
85.7
913
94.7
/7*04
/6.I8
/7II
200.1
/7.I5
202.9
/73I
7.22
/733
Z7-45
/750
/5
01
/ 1.36
/632
/ 6.4.1
/ 6-51
/ 6-56
206.8
215.7
225.0
228.7
/8-I7
/737
/8.07
/5
27
/2..02
/ 7-04
/7-I4
233.9
241-4
83I
8I9
/5
41
/2.I7
/ 724
/6.30
ft
10
249.4
8.40
830
5
30
2-25
734
6.42
t
V*.
256.7
835
/ 7,38
630
t
M)
260-2
8-50
8.45
6
00
235
730
§ 7-00
t 6
45
262-2
P.M.
P.M.
p.
VI.
P.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.
m.
7
50
0.0
9
.00
393
p.
M.
TABLE 20
Ar.
(Eastern Time)
...   Ottawa   (m)   .
      Ellwood
     Manotick ..
....     Osgoode    ..
 Kemptville ..
Bedell
...   Merrickville   .
. ...    Rosedale
. • Smiths Falls @
..Lv
Lv Smiths Falls \7 ©.. Ar
        Perth       	
 GlenTay 17	
     Bathurst   	
     Maberley   	
   Sharbot Lake 	
   Mountain Grove	
   Ardendale  	
      Kaladar    	
     Sulphide   	
      Tweed     	
 Ivanhoe Note A	
     Bonarlaw   	
Ar     Havelock     Lv
Lv     Havelock    Ar
     Norwood    	
Indian River .
Ar.
Lv.
PETERBORO ;;;;£
Trains 33 and 34, Ottawa-Toronto
Drawing Rooms, Compartments, Bedrooms, Roomettes, Standard Berths.
Sleeping cars open 10.00 p.m. at Ottawa and Toronto.
Kendry
       Cavan      	
      Dranoel     	
     Ma nvers    	
    Pontypool   	
    Burketon   	
        Myrtle      	
      Dagmar    	
 Claremont	
 Locust Hill	
Ar    Agincourt  ...... Lv
       Leaside
  Don 	
Ar Toronto @ Lv
Royal York Hotel	
Lv      Toronto      Ar
Ar Hamilton, Hunter St. 24 Lv
EQUIPMENT—TABLE 20
I      Tralns380,38l,382,
Pool
Pool
34
22-34
Ex.Sat.
Sat.
A.M.
A.M.
t 730
§ 7-30
r 7.01
/7-0I
/ 6-49
Z6-49
-
/636
/636
/6.I8
/6-I8
6*05
6-05
530
5.50
530
530
430
/4*00
430
f4".0O
¥386
V384
/ 3.46
/ 3-46
DAY-
DAYLINER
Ex.
3.18
3.18
Sun.
V382
2.56
236
V380
only
DAY
Sat.
2-40
2.20
2.40
2.20
LINER
Ex.
LINER
P.M.
P.M.
2-20
2-05
Ex.
12.05
Sat. &
7-45
/ 134
/ 134
Sun.
/1133
/11.43
Sun.
/734
Z7.25
1.20
1.20
A.M.
11.20
P.M.
7.10
t 1.20
§ 1-20
10.00
11.20
430
7.10
/11.02
/4J2
/632
/I0.55
/4.05
Z6.45
/I0.5I
/4.0I
r 6.41
/938
/I0.46
Z3.56
/636
/ 9.29
/I036
Z3.46
/6.26
/I0.27
/337
/6-I7
/I0.2I
jr 3.31
/6.II
/9.I2
/I0.I5
Z3.25
/6.05
/I0.07
/3.I7
Z5.57
/1150
n 1 so
838
938
308
5.48
1132
1132
830
9.50
3.00
Z2.54
5.40
111.15
* 1115
8-40
9.40
2.50
5.30
P.M.
P.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
7-40
7.40
..
635
635
••
A.M.
A.M.
1
1
V388
DAYLINER
Sat.
only
P.M.
7.10
/ 6.52
Z6.45
r 6.41
/6.36
Z6.26
/6.I7
/6.II
/6.05
Z5.57
5.48
5.40
Z5.34
530
P.M.	
383, 384, 385, 386, 387, 388 and 389 Air-Conditioned RDC (Rail Diesel Car).
Checked baggage not carried in this equipment.	
OTTAWA—RENFREW—PEMBROKE-CHALK RIVER
7
Daily
1
Daily
Miles
TABLE 2 1
8
Daily
2
Daily
P.M.
10.35
P.M.
3-55
3 ::
9  ••
§/438
Q.t 3.47
S't 4.05
J3	
.V 438
f/5'02
s  ;;
CD
CD
i/530
a.    ..
1      ..
Z
0
a>
§7 6*12
3/6.12
6*47
P.M.
0.0
1.6
23
3.9
18.1
26.9
31.6
Lv..
Eastern Time
 Ottawa @>	
 Hull	
.Ar
A.M.
6.45
534
P.M.
6.30
 Hull West	
£
Lv..
Ar!'
 Ottawa West—
 Stittville	
.Ar
2 ;:
X
1122
.. Carleton Place ..
.Lv
2/5*42
9.05
9.25
Lv..
Ar..
. Smiths Falls 17, 19 .
. .Carleton Place 19-.
.Ar
.Lv
i     .-
•0
5    •'
11.22
1133
31.6
38.4
42.1
47.2
55.0
58.2
60.1
653
703
733
77.0
82.0
89.1
94.6
983
108.0
108.0
118.1
129.8
Lv..
.. Carleton Place ..
.Ar
5.51
a 5-39
5*18
4.44
4*04
g/5-42
<D
8   ..
1155
 Arn prior	
 Braeside	
&/5.I7
<
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.    '•
12.20
C/4.53
 Payne	
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-3   ..
CB
©/4-I4
i*04
Ar'.'
... Meath	
... ...Pembroke	
'. Lv
1.04
1.24
130
A.M.
Lv..
Ar.".'
...Pembroke   •
 Petawawa	
...Chalk River 4 ®.
.Ar
'iv
4-04
3-51
335
A.M.
S/ 4.14
3^48
P.M.
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TABLES 22 and 23
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TABLE 22
V3I
217
Alouette
Miles
Alouette
Fr. Only
Daily
Eastern Time
Daily
Fr. Only
P.M.
A.M.
Windsor Station
P.M.
P.M.
440
9.05
0.0
Lv..
Montreal 8 @>
...Ar
830
a 4.46
9.10
2.0
Westmount
8.21
a 4.53
9.15
4.7
.   Montreal   West
...Ar
8.14
6.10
10.00
43.2
Ar..
Farnham 8
...Lv
7.17
(For
additional trains between
Montreal and Farnham
see
table 8)
6.10
10.00
43.2
Lv..
Farnham 8
...Ar
7.17
835
/6.25
49.5
Brookport
/6.27
z|0.09
50.2
53.4
Brigham
Mapledale
x 7.07
637
10.16
56.4
Cowansville
7.02
/8.08
638
1/10-22
613
West Brome
v 6.58
/ 7.57
/7.06
65.7
Enlaugra
a 632
7.10
1037
68.9
Sutton, Que.
6.49
7.40
P.M.
/I0.44
74.4
.    Abercorn, Que.
/6.40
P.M.
10.49
76.9
.      Richford, Vt.
638
•a
82.0
.    Missisquoi, Vt.
f\
.02
85.0
.     Glenton, Que.
Z6.27
f\
.n
91.1
.  Highwater, Que.
6.16
•M
1
.17
93-6
.   North Troy, Vt.
6.13
f\
.26
00.2
Centre Vt.
/6.04
\
.40
0/.9
Ar..
Newport, Vt.
..Lv
535
12.01
07-.9
Lv..
Newport, Vt.
..Ar
530
12.12
16.9
Orleans
537
12.21
22.1
Barton
5.29
/I238
ft.O
West Burke
/5.I2
M
12.48
42./
Lyndonville
5.04
1.04
51.4
ST. Johnsbury
431
583
In wood
«•
z 1.19
2 1.23
2 1.29
61.0
63.7
67.7
Barnet
Mclndoes
East Ryegate
z 435
z 431
2 4.26
1.35
/1.6
Ar..
Wells River, Vt.
..Lv
4.20
*32
Boston and Maine
V3I
1.40
171.6
Lv..
Wells River, Vt.
..Ar
4.15
2.45
212.0
Ar..
White River Jct.
...Lv
3.10
3.20
212.0
Lv..
White River Jct.
..Ar
2.45
4.58
281.6
Ar..
Concord
..Lv
1.12
5.19
299.2
Ar..
Manchester
..Lv
1231
539
315.9
Ar..
Nashua
..Lv
1233
535
3293
Ar..
Lowell
..Lv
12.16
630
354.9
Ar..
BosTON@NorthStn
..Lv
11.45
f
.M.
A.M.
EQUIPMENT
Nos. 31 and 32—THE ALOUETTE
RDC (Rail Diesel Car) Montreal-Boston
Nos. 217-218
Coaches
MONTREAL . TORONTO • SUDBURY
S. S. MARIE
7
Daily
Miles
TABLE 23
Eastern Time
8
Daily
P.M.
8.05
10.35
5.05
0.0
III-4
358.5
437-5
Windsor Station
Lv Montreal, Que. 4 @ Ar
Lv Ottawa, Ont. @ Ar
Lv North Bay @               .... Ar
A.M.
930
6-45
12.10
630
Ar Sudbury (g>.              Lv
10.10
3
Daily
4
Daily
10.00
6-15
0.0
259-8
Lv Toronto 25 ® Ar
Ar Sudbury Lv
7.00
1030
427
Daily
428
Daily
P.M.
8.10
437.5
442.0
448.7
455.8
459.4
462.6
465.8
470.1
479.4
Lv Sudbury Ar
P.M.
930
/ 8.17
 Copper Cliff	
/ 9.18
/ 833
 White Fish	
/ 8.59
 Victoria Mine	
 Worthington	
/ 8.50
 Nairn	
/840
830
8.59
Ar MoKerrow Lv
9.15
485.7
496.0
503.9
509.2
515.0
524.9
532.7
539.9
543.7
550.3
554.2
559.4
564.2
5683
572.4
574.3
580.8
586.8
588.8
598.0
601.9
608.0
616.7!
Lv .Webbwood . . Ar
8.15
9.27
8 03
/935
 Walford	
/ 7.54
9.41
 Spanish	
7.49
/ 9.47
  . . .Cutler               ....
/7.4I
7.28
10-01
 Spragge	
/io.ii
 Algoma	
/ 7.18
10.19
 Blind River	
7.10
 M ississa uga	
/I036
 Dean Lake	
/ 6.58
 Eley	
, Dayton	
1033
6.40
 Glen Otter	
1 i .08
6.25
 Portlock.          ....
/li.18
/6.I6
/6.07
/ 6.02
/11-29
 Bar River....,	
/1134
  Echo Bay...	
M35
A.M.
 Garden River	
Ar S.S. Marie, Ont Lv
5*45
P.M.
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at city prices
a Stops to entrain only.   Does not carry local passengers
between Windsor Station, Westmount and Montreal West.
/ Stops on signal.
14
EXPLANATION OF SIGNS
g Stops on signal Sunday only.
x Stops Sunday only.
y Stops on signal to entrain or detrain revenue passengers
to or from Montreal.
z Stops on signal to entrain or detrain revenue passengers to
or from White River Junction and beyond.
V Air-Conditioned RDC (Rail Diesel Car)i TABLE 24
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TORONTO   •    HAMILTON   •   BUFFALO   •   NEW YORK   •   BOSTON   •   CLEVELAND
TABLE 24
Eastern Time
Toronto ® Lv
Sunnyside "
Port Credit «
Oakville «
Burlington "
Hamilton  Ar
Hamilton 4ft (Brantford) Lv
Smithville Ar
Fenwick "
Welland (Port Colborne) Ar
Welland Lv
Fort Erie, Ont Ar
Black Rock, N.Y «
Buffalo Exchange St.. «
Buffalo Cent. Term Ar
C.P.R.
321
Miles
T.H.&.B.
376
N.Y.C.
376
P.M.
0.0
C.P.R.
* 7-50
3.5
«
8.01
12.8
«
t 8-14
21.4
«
r 8-27
32.0
*
r 8 42
393
«
* 9 00
393
T.H.&B.
* 9-10
593
«
/938
70.4
«
/952
76.8
«
*I0.05
76.8
N.Y.C.
*I0-I0
94.1
«
1035
95.0
«
dl058
99.1
a
d\\.\2
102.1
u
*ll.20
TABLE 24
Eastern Time
Buffalo Cent. Term Lv
Buffalo Exchange St *
Black Rock, N.Y «
Fort Erie, Ont «
Welland Ar
Welland (Port Colborne) Lv
Fenwick "
Smithville Lv
Hamilton ef» (Brantford) Ar
Hamilton Lv
Burlington «
Oakville "
Port Credit. «
Sunnyside Ar
Toronto @ Ar
Miles
0.0
3.0
7.1
8.0
253
253
31.7
42.6
62.8
62.8
70.1
80.7
893
98.6
102.1
N.Y.C.
T.H.&B.
C.P.R.
371
371
322
N.Y.C.
«
A.M.
*4.20
439
4.50
* 5.25
T.H.o<fc B.
«
* 530
/5.40
/ 5-55
* 6-25
* 635
w 6-49
w 7.01
to 7.12
7.29
* 7.40
C.P.R.
a
a
a
Exchange Street Station, Buffalo, near Principal Business and Shopping Sections, Leading Hotels.   Also transfer point for Erie-Lackawana station.
A Railway tickets may be exchanged at Hamilton Ticket Office for Canada Coach Lines bus tickets to Brantford, and at Brantford Ticket Office (daily except Saturday and Sunday) for Canada
Coach Lines bus tickets to Hamilton.  No checked baggage handled to Brantford.
TORONTO TO NEW YORK
Toronto Lv
Buffalo Ar
Buffalo. Lv
Rochester Ar
Syracuse a
Utica «
Albany «
New York Gr. Cent. Ter Ar
TORONTO TO BOSTON
Toronto	
...Lv
Buffalo     	
Ar
Buffalo Lv
Albany  Ar
Springfield «
Worcester "
Boston South Stn Ar
TORONTO TO CLEVELAND
Toronto	
lv
Buffalo	
Ar
Buffalo Lv
Cleveland Union Term Ar
Miles
0.0
102.1
102.1
168.1
248.4
301.2
395.8
538.0
0.0
102.1
102.1
395.8
507.9
551.9
596.2
0.0
102.1
~I02T
287.2
C.P.R.
N.Y.C.
N.Y.C.
C.P.R.
N.Y.C.
C.P.R.
N.Y.C.
N.Y.C.
C.P.R.
N.Y.C.
N.Y.C.
C.P.R.
N.Y.C.
N.Y.C.
C.P.R.
N.Y.C.
N.Y.C.
321
376
16
* 7.50
*ll.20
~*ll.59~
2'.'16
437
* 7-45
321
376
28
* 730
•11.20
* 1.27
6.07
8-42
938
•11:25
321
376
57
17.50
111.20
t 3.44
t 7.10
NEW YORK TO TORONTO
New York Gr. Cent.Ter Lv
Albany «
Utica «
Syracuse «
Rochester , "
Buffalo Ar
Buffalo	
.... Lv
Toronto 	
...ir
BOSTON TO TORONTO
Boston South Stn Lv
Worcester "
Springfield *
Albany «
Buffalo Ar
Buffalo	
lv
Toronto	
Ar
CLEVELAND TO TORONTO
Cleveland Union Term	
Buffalo
..Lv
Ar
Buffalo Lv
Toronto Ar
0.0
142.2
236.8
289.6
369.9
435.9
435.9
538.0
0.0
44.3
88.3
200.4
494.1
494.1
596-2
0.0
185.1
185.1
287.2
N.Y.C.
N.Y.C.
C.P.R.
N Y.C.
C.P.R.
N.Y.C.
N.Y.C.
C.P.R.
N.Y.C.
N.Y.C.
C.P.R.
N.Y.C.
N.Y.C.
C.P.R.
N.Y.C.
N.Y.C.
C.P.R.
57
371
322
t 6*4)0
9^35
IN0
I2«4I
f 3«i6
t 4.20
t 7-40
27
371
322
•2.15
3.24
435
7.05
*I2.08
*4.20
* 7-40
28
371
322
* 938
* 1.08
* 4.20
* 7.40
19
371
322
* 6.45
9.50
11.48
§12.49
2.18
§3.26
§ 4.20
§ 7.40
EQUIPMENT
Air-conditioned Coaches on all Trains Toronto and Buffalo.
Regularly assigned parlor and sleeping cars are all Air-Conditioned.
Nos. 321, 322 Roomettes, Bedrooms (Toronto-New York-Boston)
• Daily.
t Daily except Sunday.
% Daily except Saturday.
§ Sunday.
@ Meal Station where food and news supplies can
be obtained at city prices.
EXPLANATION OF SIGNS—THIS PAGE
d Stops to detrain only.
/ Stops on signal.
t Saturday.
r Stops on signal for revenue passengers to
points beyond Hamilton.
o On Sundays, leaves New York 7.00 p.m.,
(N.Y.C train 55) Albany 10.10 P.m., Utica
1133 a.m., (Mon.) Syracuse 12.47 a.m.
arrives Buffalo 3-16 a.m. (Mon.).
w Stops on signal for revenue passengers from
beyond Hamilton and to or beyond Sudbury,
Peterboro or Belleville.
15   Canadian (facqfic
TABLE 25
TORONTO • SUDBURY • SAULT   STE.  MARIE
READ DOWN
Canadian (factfcc
Your Road
to Good Sport
The best sporting areas are
inaccessible by road — yet easily
reached from rail "jumping off"
points. Canadian Pacific will take
you swiftly, with the utmost in
comfort to remote haunts of fish
and game.
Other outdoor-vacationists,
including the skier, canoeist and
photographer, will find opportunities a-plenty for their favorite
pastimes in sections easily and
rapidly reached.
Recommendations, based on your
own requirements, and descriptive
literature are available by writing:
G. W. FOOTE
General Tourist Agent,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Montreal 3, Que.
303
Wed.
and
Sat.
June 6
to
Sept.
12 inc.
P.M.
12.Oi
12.07
12. IS
/ 1.18
/ 1.55
3.00
The
Dominion
Daily
P.M.
10.00
10.25
/12
/3
07
59
T427
* 8.10
♦11.55
A.M.
THE
Canadian
Daily
P.M.
5.10
a 5-25
« 6-25
«6-52
rl
8-44
>
*i
5§
23
^ w
••
a
I
II 00
Miles
0.0
2.3
4.5
8.3
16.3
21.2
26.1
30.5
35.8
59.9
43.4
49.6
I?:!
78.4
86.2
94.9
108.5
94.9
99.7
08.3
19.4
23.7
31.4
31.4
35.5
41.8
49.0
.54.5
161.2
72.3
79.9
86.6
.96.4
206.1
210.8
214.8
216.3
221.9
238.7
244.8
253.2
259.8
259.8
439.0
TABLE 25
Eastern Time
Lv Toronto ® Ar
 Parkdale	
 West Toronto	
 Weston	
 Woodbridge	
 Klsinburg	
 Bolton	
 H umber..	
 Palgrave	
 Tottenham	
 Beaton	
 Alliston (Camp Borden)	
 Baxter	
 Ypres	
 Essa	
. .Midhurst (Barrie) Note B	
 Craighurst	
 Carley	
Ar Medonte Note C Lv
(Orillia and Coldwater)
Ar.
.Port McNicoll Lv
Lv Medonte Note C Ar
 Lovering	
 Severn Falls	
 Bala	
 Roderick 	
Ar MacTier <g) Lv
Lv MacTier Ar
 Lake Joseph	
 Brignall	
 Dockmure	
 Parry Sound	
 Nobel	
 Shawanaga 	
 Pte. au Baril	
 Naiscoot	
 Britt	
 Pakesley	
 Pickerel	
 French River	
 Bigwood	
 Rutter	
 Burwash	
 Wanup	
 Romford	
Ar Sudbury 4 @ Lv
Lv Sudbury Ar
Ar .. .S.S. marie, Ont. 23.. . Lv
The
Dominion
Daily
A.M.
7.00
6.50
6.35
c 6.26
c 6-09
c 6.01
c 5.53
c5.47
c 5.40
c 5.34
c 5.29
5.20
c 5.*08
c 5.00
Z4-48
c 4.38
c 4.28
4.15
4.15
c4.05
c
z3.35
c3.25
3.10
2.55
1.28
30
V428
* 9-30
* 5.45
P.M.
12
THE
CANADIAN
Daily
P.M.
5.00
a 4.40
u 3.44
«3J8
I
■o   .
H
85
u
2.10
2.05
1.28
<
11.15
304
Mon.
and
Thu.
June 8
to
Sept.
14 inc.
11.10
11.00
10.50
8.15
EXPLANATION OF SIGNS—
THIS PAGE
* Daily.
® Meal Station where food and news
supplies can be obtained at city prices.
a Does not carry local passengers between Toronto and West Toronto.
c Stops to detrain from Sudbury and
beyond.
/ Stops on signal.
u Stops on signal for passengers to or
from Port Arthur and west.
x Stops to detrain from Sudbury and
beyond or to entrain for Toronto and
beyond.
Note B—When notified in advance, taxis
meet trains at Mid hurst, to and from
Barrie.
Note C—When notified in advance, taxis
meet trains at Medonte, tb and from
Orillia.
TORONTO
Royal York Hotel
Largest Hotel in the Commonwealth
and one of the most palatial in; tfte
world.   Owned and operated by
Canadian Pacific.
Subway connection with
Union Statidn.
EQUIPMENT—Coaches on all trains
Nos. 3, 4 Bedrooms, Roomettes Toronto-Sudbury
Nos.   11,12      Drawing Rooms, Compartments, Bedrooms,
Roomettes, Duplex Roomettes, Standard Berths
Dining Room Car Toronto-Sudbury
TRAVEL
TIPS
• Travel relaxed—by train
• Save —with Canadian Pacific FARESAVER PLAN
• Arrive refreshed—and step into your
RE NT-A - CAR
CANADIAN PACIFIC WILL ARRANGE ALL THE DETAILS
18 TORONTO-ORANGEVILLE-OWEN SOUND
READ DOWN
T3I3
Dayliner
Sun.
only
P.M.
8.30
5- 835
5    8.40
I 8.59
% 9.00
X/9.03
*/ 9.06
S 9.14
u
*/9.25
5/9.29
L/9.34
c/9.38
SV9.38
-Z9.42
? 9*48
to 9.50
Lj   9.58
|/Id. 13
-*/l6*28
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3/10.37
°-/l043
O/I050
R/lD.5p
' /HOI
FG/IIIO
IL30
P.M.
T307
Day
liner
Miles
Ex.
Sun.
P.M.
5.30
0.0
5.35
2.3
i S    5.40
4.5
\ z:
8.7
""
12.6
14.2
rf
17-3
3    5.59
21-2
5    6.00
21.2
3/6.03
23.3
J?/6.06
25.5
S   6U
w
28.7
33-4
*/6.25
38.3
5/6.29
41.0
• / 6.34
45.2
S-/6.38
47-8
•7/ 6.38
47.8
*/6.42
50.9
-
53.0
>    6.48
55.8
g    6.50
55.8
6.58
59.8
UI
63.0
Cft      ..
67.3
5/7.13
71-8
*6 7.22
79.1
■^j/ 728
83.1
a./7.33
88.1
5/7.37
90.2
*/7.43
93-5
O/7.50
99.9
S/7.56
105-2
1 r/8.01
109.3
N/S.IO
116.2
121-4
8-30
128.8
P.M.
TABLE    2 6
Eastern Time
Lv    Toronto @    Ar
       Parkdale      	
 West Toronto	
       Islington      	
  Dixie 	
      Cooksville     	
        Erindale      	
Ar Streetsville 18 Lv
Lv Streetsville 18 Ar
    Meadowvale   	
    Churchviile   	
      Brampton     	
      Snelgrove     	
..........  Cheltenham  	
      I nglewood     	
 Forks of Credit	
Ar.......      Cataract       Lv
Lv       Cataract       Ar
   Alton 	
        Melville       	
Ar  Orangeville Lv
Lv Orangeville Ar
  Fraxa 	
......... Laurel        	
 .....     Crombies     	
.........    Sheiburne     	
     Corbetton    	
       Dundalk      	
         Proton        	
       Saugeen       	
     Flesherton    	
      Markdale     	
        Berkeley      	
 Holland Centre ........
.........   Chatsworth   	
       Rockford      	
Ar  Owen Sound Lv
¥306
Day
liner
Ex.
Sun.
A.M.
10.30
/I0.22
CM*   10.17
0       "
0    ••
1 9:58
«   9.55
^/9.52
v/9.49
§•   9.44
w
rf/9.31
./9.27
S?/9.20
</9.l5
-/9.I5
-/9.09
3   9i02
-   9.00
22    8.54
>»   •.
n
2/8.38
«/8i26
g/8.20
1/8.16
*/8.ll
O/8.03
f/7-57
= /7.52    1
5/7.44 ,
730
A.M.
¥302
Dayliner
Sun.
only
P.M.
800
/ 752
•i    7.47
c 7.28
"    7.25
^f7.22
£/7.l9
•    7.14
en
rnf 7*01
5/6.50
</6.45
_-/ 645
^/6.39
■3 632
- 6.30
22 6.24
>» ..
m
s/6."08
«J/6.00
g/5.56
J/5.50
1/5.46
c/5.41
J2/ 533
«/ 527
E/5.22
5/5.14
5*00
P.M.
Explanation of Signs
® Meal Station where food and news supplies can be obtained at city'prices.
V Air-conditioned RDC (Rail Diesel Car). b Stops Friday only.
/ Stops on signal.
Planyourconvention with
Canadian Pacific Hotels!
Big or small meeting, you'll enjoy every smooth-
running day. Every fun-filled leisure hour.
Every gourmet meal. Because your Canadian
Pacific hotel's trained convention staff will be
looking after everything-—including all those
details an organizer is so likely to forget. Like
what size projector your meeting-room needs.
How many chairs. Little details like ashtrays.
Big ones like luxury, comfort, enjoyment. Call
Canadian Pacific. They'll help plan your convention — whatever its size — from the very
beginning.
Canadian Gaelic
TRAINS / TRUCKS  / SHIPS  / PLANES  /  HOTELS  / TELECOMMUNICATIONS
WORLD'S   MOST   COMPLETE   TRANSPORTATION   SYSTEM
TABLE 26
Canadcmffkc^fic
GREAT LAKES
1964 SAILINGS
Between
Port McNicoll-Sault Ste. Marie-Port Arthur-Fort William
STEAMSHIPS "KEEWATIN" and "ASSINIBOIA"
(Ask your Agent about classes of rail tickets honored)
From Port McNicoll every Sat. and Wed. June 6 to Sept.  12.
From  Fort William every Sat. and Tue. June 6 to Sept.   12.
WESTWARD Train 303
Lv Toronto      12-Olpm    E.T.   Wed.   Sat.
Ar Port McNicoll (Shipside)........ 3-OOpm    E.T.   Wed.   Sat
Lv Port McNicoll....
Ar SaultSte. Marie..
Lv Sault Ste. Marie..
Ar Fort William	
Keewatin
3.15pm E.T. Wed.
9.45am " Thu.
11.20am « Thu.
7.45am    E.T.    Fri.
Assiniboia
3.15pm E.T. Sat.
9.45am " Sun.
II. 20am « Sun.
7.45am    E.T.    Mon.
PASSENGERS
MUST
NOT
DEBARK ON ARRIVAL FORT WILLIAM
LATER THAN 830 A.M.
Lv Fort William    	
Train  1     "The  Canadian" (See note below)
I.I 5pm    C.T.    Fri.     Mon.
Ar Winnipeg,	
9-40Pm    C.T.    Fri.     Mon.
EASTWARD
Lv Winnipeg	
Ar  Fort William CShinsirifii..
Train 8
7.20pm    C.T.    Fri.   Mon.
5.00am    C.T.   Sat.   Tue.
Sleepers parked Fort William station until 8.00 a.m. E.T. and then switched to ship's side.
Lv Fort William	
Keewatin                                Assiniboia
12.30pm    E.T.   Sat.               12.30pm    E.T.    Tue.
Lv Port Arthur	
1.45pm      "      Sat.                 1.45pm      a      Tue.
Ar Sault Ste. Marie	
9.00am      «      Sun.                9.00am      "      Wed.
Lv Sault Ste. Marie	
12.30pm      "      Sun.               12.30pm      u      Wed.
Ar Port McNicoll	
8.00am    E.T.    Mon.              8.00am   E.T.    Thu.
Lv Port McNicoll (Shipside)
Train 304
8.15am    E.T.    Mon.    Thu.
11.| 0am    E.T.    Mon.   Thu.
Placed at ship's
side sailing
days.
EQUIPMENT
Train 303
Coaches Toronto-Port McNicoll        Parlor Car Toronto-Port McNicoll
Train 8
Coaches Winnipeg-Fort William
*Sleeper (8-1-2) Until June 24 and after Aug. !9 Winnipeg-Fort William '
*Sleeper (12-1) June 25 to Aug. 19.. '."." Winnipeg-Fort William
*Daily prior to June 27 and after Sept. 5 and exc. Sat. from June 27 to Sept. 5.
Sleeper (8 Sec, 4 D.B.R.) (Monday and Friday) Winnipeg-Fort William ,
Meal Service Leaving Winnipeg
(Occupancy at Fort William until 8.00 a.m., E.T.)
Train 304
Coaches. Port McNicoll-Toronto       Parlor Car Port McNicoll-Toronto
Breakfast $1.26 and $1.50, on board steamer at Fort William mornings of sailing
Inside Berth and Meals    -       -       -    $20.00 ] Between Port McNicoll
Outside Berth and Meals     -       - $25.00   \ and Fort William
*De Luxe Bed and Meals   -       -       -    $64.00 J    (In addition to First Class passage fare)
*Sold at room rate and minimum two adult passage fares.
Running hot and cold water in every room on S.S. "Keewatin" and SS. "Assiniboia".
"ItdcuU-Se*: CRUISES
by S.S. "ASSINIBOIA" and "KEEWATIN"
PORT McNICOLL —FORT WILLIAM and return
Every Saturday and Wednesday
June 6 through September 9
SPECIAL ALL-EXPENSE FARES
INSIDE ROOM —$90.00 OUTSIDE ROOM —$100.00
include Passage, Port McNicoll—Fort William and return
Berth and meals aboard ship—Hotel Room and meals in Fort William
During period of navigation, prior to June 6 and after Sept. 12, S.S. "Assiniboia"
and "Keewatin" operate in Freight service between Port McNicoll, Sault Ste. Marie,
Port Arthur and/or Fort William.    Ample accommodation for passengers.
All facilities offered subject to change without notice.
EXPLANATION OF SIGNS
E.T.—Eastern Time. C.T.—Centra I Time.
19 Canadian Gaelic
READ DOWN
CALGARY—EDMONTON
Fort Route North
TABLE 27
Fort Route South
¥305
Daily
DAY.
LINER
¥303
Daily
DAYLINER
¥301
Daily
ESKIMO
DAYLINER
Miles
¥304
Daily
dayliner
¥302
Daily
5TAM-
PEDER
DAYLINER
¥306
Daily
DAYLINER
P.M.
6-30
P.M.
1.45
r 2.21
r 2.31
Z2.38
2.49
3.'07
3*27
A.M.
8.30
/9J6
/ 9.23
9.34
/ 9.44
9.52
10*10
0.0
10.2
14.9
20.3
30.2
40.7
47.7
57.8
68.3
76.3
85.0
94.8
Mountain Time
Lv Calgary 6 @ Ar
P.M.
1220
/li*44
/11.33
/11.26
11.15
/11.03
10.54
l6!35
P.M.
5.00
/4*I3
/4.06
3-55
/ 343
3.34
3*13
P.M.
930
 Balzac	
/706
/ 8-54
/ 7-16
/ 8-43
/723
734
 Didsbury	
 Olds	
Z8-36
/ 8-25
/ 745
7-54
8.04
7'43
8J7
 Penhold	
Ar. Red Deer Lv
8-20
3.30
3*50
4*06
4*28
4*48
5*07
5.15
P.M.
10.12
1035
ioIsj
iK 13
dll.21
d|J33
\Y.52
12.00
NOON
Q4.fi
Lv Red Deer  Ar
10.32
|6!|I
9*55
936
/9J5
838
8.50
A.M.
3.10
2.'50
2*34
2.15
e 2.05
e i*54
J .38
130
P.M.
7-40
06.6
13.1
22.4
29.7
35.3
41.4
51.9
61.6
67.8
73.9
79.0
85.4
91.7
93.9
8.39
 Lacombe	
7.19
8.56
7.03
9.14
 Wetaskiwin	
6.45
/6.'24
y 9I35
 Millet	
 Kavanagh	
9.52
6.08
6-00
P.M.
10.00
P.M.
Ar Edmonton *b @ Lv
EQUIPMENT
_      Trains 301-302-303-304-305-306
¥ Air-Conditioned R.D.C. (Rail„Diesel Car)
MEDICINE HAT - LETHBRIDGE
READ DOWN
READ UP
¥307
Dayliner
Daily
♦ I-II
Daily
Miles
TABLE 28
Altitude
¥308
Dayliner
Daily
♦2-12
Daily
P.M.
145
5-10
10.05
4.57
9.33
Lv... Montreal 1, 2, 4 ®... ET. Ar
Lv. ...Toronto 1,2,4® ET. Ar
Lv... .Winnipeg 1, 2, 5 ®... CT. Ar
Lv Regina 1,2,6® CT. Ar
Ar. Medicine Hat 1, 2, 6 ® MT. Lv
109
273
766
P.M.
8 45
500
10.35
3.25
838
A.M.
9.55
0.0
12.6
20.7
28.4
35-6
44.2
51.1
59.2
68.0
73.5
79.7
85.2
89.8
93.5
101.7
III.6
Lv..
Mountain Time
... Medicine Hat 6 ® Ar
 Bull's Head. . .	
2181
2410
2479
2746
2724
2621
2576
2652
2625
2638
2670
2733
2735
2784
2830
2982
P.M.
8.05
f 7.35
/7.27
/7.I9
7.10
/7.03
/ 6.55
Z6.46
635
/ 6.28
fb.\9
6.11
6.00
P.M.
710.30
/I0-38
 Whitla	
/I0.46
10-56
/11.03
 Burdett	
/11.11
/11.20
11.34
/11.40
/11.48
 Chin	
11.57
12.10
P.M.
Ar..
 LETHBRIDGE 29. ... ."■■. Lv
EXPLANATION OF SIGNS THIS PAGE
® Meal Station where food and news supplies can be obtained at city prices.
¥ Air-Conditioned R.D.C. (Rail Diesel Car)
4 "The Canadian" all space reserved. No extra fare.
•I* C.P. Air Lines service to and from Yukon District.
d Stops to detrain revenue passengers from Calgary and beyond.
e Stops to entrain revenue passengers for Calgary and beyond. / Stops on signal.
CALGARY-FORT MACLEOD-LETHBRIDGE
READ   DOWN
Fort Route
South
Miles
TABLE 29
Fort Route
North
¥310
The
Fort
Macleod
DAYLINER
Tu. Th.
Sa.
¥312
The
Vulcan
DAYLINER
Mo. We.
Fr. Su.
¥309
The
Fort
Macleod
DAYLINER
Tu. Th.
Sa.
¥311
The
Vulcap
DAYLINER
Mo. We.
Fr. Su.
P.M.
6.15
P.M.
6.15
/6*40
6.50
/6.56
0-0
6.0
18.5
27.6
33.2
Mountain Time
Lv. .Calgary 6 ® Ar
A.M.
11.40
xi" i r i3
11.02
/I0.55
A.M.
11.40
/6.40
6.50
Z6.56
 Dewinton .	
 Okotoks	
 Aldersyde	
/li.13
11.02
10.55
'"
/7.08
/7.I4
/7.26
r 7.31
7.42
Z7.49
7.59
8.10
8-21
8.31
/ 837
8-45
40.4
46.2
55.1
59.6
69.2
74.4
82.1
90.6
94.5
100.0
108.2
113.9
120.2
 Mazeppa   ......
 Blaokie	
y
/iO.44
/I0.38
/I0.28
';';
 Ensign	
 Vulcan	
 Kirkcaldy	
 Champion	
... ...Carmangay......
 Peacock	
 Barons	
.......Nobleford	
 Whitney	
Ar Coalhurst Lv
/I0.23
10. II
/I0.04
9.54
9.43
932
Z9.22
/9.I6
9.08
/656
7.03
/7.I3
7.22
j
33.2
39.9
49.2
57.3
65.8
72.1
78.1
81.9
88.3
93.4
105.1
108.6
Lv Aldersyde Ar
 High River	
 Cayley	
/I0.55
10.47
/I0.37
10.29
/I0.20
10.14
10*04
9*51
931
r 7.31
/7.37
7*48
/ 7.59
8J5
 Parkland.......
 Stavely.	
 Pulteney	
 Claresholm	
 Woodhouse......
 Granum ..  .*..
 Mekatose	
Ar...FORT  MACLEOD... LV
8.15
•
108.6
117.6
124.7
133.9
LV...FORT  MACLEOD... Ar
9.30
/ 9.22
/9.I5
/9.06
..
/ 8*47
 Monarch	
Ar Coalhurst Lv
•y
8.55
P.M.
p
J.55
M.
126.5
AT... . . LETHBRIDGE. .... Lv
Mountain Time
9.00
A.M.
9.00
A.M.
EQUIPMENT
Trains 309-310-311-312
¥ Air Conditioned R.D.C. (Rail Diesel Car)
VICTORIA - NANAIMO - C0URTENAY
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO RY.
Daily
Ex. Sun.
TABLE   30
Daily
Ex. Sun.
A.M.
P.M.
730
Lv..
 Victoria...
.. Ar
4.10
8-44
Lv..
.... Duncan...
..Lv
2.54
9.40
10.00
Arl
Lv •
 Nanaimo...
(Lv
•   Ar
200
1.40
11.40
Ar..
.. .Courtenay..
..Lv
12-00
A.M.
NOON
Times shown are Pacific Standard Times.
20 DON'T CHECK YOUR
BILLFOLD-CHEQUE
YOUR MONEY
Canadian Pacific Express Traveller's Cheques are
your own personal money. Only you can cash them
(and you cash them anywhere, instantly). They
are theft-proof, fire-proof and loss-proof. Yet they
cost you just one cent per dollar. Canadian Pacific
Express Traveller's Cheques are travel companions
that never let you down. And they're backed by the
world's most complete transportation system. You
can pickthem u p in various denominationsfrom any
Canadian Pacific office,most banks & travel agents.
CANADIAN PACIFIC EXPRESS TRAVELLER'S CHEQUES
In Canadian or U.S. dollars in denominations of $10, $20, $50 and $100
or Sterling in £5, £10 and £20.
BUILD A MOUNTAIN
OF MEMORIES AT THE
BANFF SPRINGS HOTEL
Go ahead. Compete with the Canadian Rockies
where memories are born in every startling sunset... in the bell-clear air of long, sunny days
and star-splashed nights. Banff Springs Hotel
offers endless pleasures, from golf on a mile-
high green to languid breakfasts in bed, with
superb meals, dancing, swimming and riding to
start off the memories. Visit Banff Springs Hotel
this year. See your Travel Agent, any Canadian
Pacific Office, or write direct to Hotel Manager.
BANFF, ALBERTA 5-Day Package Plan, (6-Day and 7-Day plans
also available) Per Person (two to a room), from $80.
21 TABLES 31,32 and 33
Service to and from Kelowna via Salmon Arm
READ DOWN
TABLE 3 1
RAIL
READ UP
Scenic-Dome Trains
Scenic-Dome Trains
The
Dominion
7-3-5
Daily
m
X
»
3
■D
CD
The
Canadian
Ml
Daily
m
to
3
CO
m
X
so
3
■a
CO
Fr
Sa
The
Canadian
2-12
Daily
05
Q.
S
03
X
LU
The
Dominion
8-4-4
Daily
CO
Q.
E
as
X
LU
8.05  pm
10.00 pm
b 7.10 pm I a 7.50 pm
Fr
Mo
1.45 pm
5.10 pm
11.25 pm
Fr
Su
m
X
I
■o
CD
Lv... Montreal. .. Ar
Lv.'.. .Toronto— Ar
Ar...Salmon Arm... Lv
8.45 pm
5-00 pm
5-20 am
Su
Su
Fr
9.30 am
7.00 am
c 7.50 am I d 5.05 am
Mo
Mo
Fr
'
The
Canadian
2
Daily
The
Dominion
8-4-4
Daily
The
Dominion
7-5
Daily
o
Q.
E
nj
X
LU
Sa
Fr
The
Canadian
1
Daily
CO
a.
E
rt
X
LU
::   1   ::
7.40 pm
5-20 am
c 8-10 pm | d 6.30 pm
c 7-50 am I d 5-05 am
Fr
Sa
Lv.. .Vancouver... Ar
Ar. . Salmon Arm .. Lv
::    1    ::
b 7.00 am
b 7.10 pm
a 7-30 am
a 7-50 pm
9.30 am
11.25 pm
Sa
Fr
Daily
Daily
BUS
Daily
Daily
P.M.
11.30
12. 00 MDN.
12.15
12.40
1.30
A.M.
A.M.
5.30
6-00
6.15
6.40
7.30
A.M.
Lv. .Salmon Arm. . Ar
Lv Enderby Lv
Lv. ..Armstrong... Lv
Lv... .Vernon. ... Lv
Ar KELOWNA Lv
A.M.
5.00
4.30
4.15
3.50
3.00
A.M.
P.M.
II. 00
10.30
10.15
9-50
9.00
P.M.
All space reserved, no extra cost.
Note A—Train 7 will operate Winnipeg to Vancouver until June 26 inc. and after Sept. 9.
Note B—Train 5 will operate Winnipeg to Vancouver from June 27 to Sept. 9 inc. only.
Note C—Train 8 will operate Vancouver to Winnipeg until June 24 inc. and after Sept. 7.
Note D—Train 4 will operate Vancouver to Winnipeg from June 25 to Sept. 7 inc. only.
BAGGAGE    SERVICE
Hand baggage only carried in charter buses.   Station agents will check or deliver heavy baggage only during hours railway agent is normally on duty, for travel via Sicamous in freight
trains 90 and 91, subject to delay in reaching destination.   Passengers desiring to claim checked baggage at Salmon Arm should see it is checked to Salmon Arm only.
ST. PAUL — MINNEAPOLIS — WINNIPEG
Via Soo Line—Canadian Pacific
"The Wi
nnipeger"
♦
♦
♦
9-107
9-1 II
9-109
Miles
Daily
Daily
Daily
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
8.30
7
50
0
9.30
a
45
II
1.00
12 30
II
40
133
a|2.50
\?
01
149
a 2.22
1
50
226
5.40
4.25
4
10
319
8.00
7.20
6
25
399
107
III
109
8.50
7-55
6.55
399
9.04
7-09
409
/9.I6
/7-2I
417
Z9.25
/7-30
425
/9.3I
Z7.36
430
9.36
7.41
434
9.45
7.50
442
448
454
462
10.30
9 30
8.35
464
A.M.
A.
H.
A
M.
1
TABLE 3 2
Central Time
Lv.
Lv.
Soo Line
St. Paul, Union Station . Ar
Minneapolis     Ar
Glenwood <$)    Ar
Alexandra     	
Detroit Lakes 	
Ar... Thief River Falls ... Lv
At  Noyes  Lv
Canadian Pacific Railway
Lv         Emerson
   Dominion City ....
  Arnaud ....
  Duf rost 	
  Carey ....
      Otterburne     ....
         Niverville       ....
  Willard 	
   Grande Pointe .. ..
     St. Boniface    	
Ar     Winnipeg®    	
"The Winnipeger"
I IO-IC
Daily
A.M.
7.15
6.30
3.55
3.12
1.16
II.10
8.55
I 10
8.30
8.06
/ 7.54
7.46
739
7.34
7.25
6.45
P.M.
a ®
I 12-10 108-10
Daily   |   Daily
7.15
6.30
3.40
a 3.12
a |.!9
1130
8.55
I 12
7.55
6.20
P.M.
♦ June 27—Sept. 9.
♦ From St. Paul June 26 to Sept. 8 inc.
♦ From St. Paul until June 25 inc. and after Sept. 8.
B   From Winnipeg June 27 to Sept. 9 inc.
♦ From Winnipeg until June 26 inc. and after Sept. 9*
"THE WINNIPEGER"
St. Paul-Minneapolis-Winnipeg—Daily
Coaches—Bedrooms—Standard Berths
St. Paul-Minneapolis-Winnipeg-Vancouver—Daily
Coaches—St. Paul-Winnipeg—Winnipeg-Vancouver
Bedrooms-Standard Berths—St. Paul-Winnipeg
Drawing Room-Compartments-Bedrooms-Roomettes-Standard Berths
(July-August) St. Paul-Vancouver
Dining Car (July-August) Thief River Falls-Vancouver
40
108
7-25
701
Z6.49
6.41
6.34
6.29
6.20
5.40
P.M.
BUS SERVICE — KELOWNA - PENTICTON
READ DOWN
TABLE 33
READ UP
Daily
Daily
Daily
Daily
Daily
Daily
P.M.
10.20
10 30
10 45
II.05
11.30
P.M.
P.M.
1 30
145
2.00
2.20
2.40
P.M.
A.M.
7.45
8.00
8.15
8-35
8.55
A.M.
(Subject lo change)
Lv          KELOWNA          Ar
        Westbank       	
        Peachland       	
     Summerland    	
Ar         PENTICTON         Lv
A.M.
7.25
7.10
6.55
6.35
6.15
A.M.
P.M.
4.40
4.25
4.10
3.50
3.30
P.M.
P.M.
6.10
5.55
5.40
520
5.00
P.M.
Times shown are Pacific Standard Time
BAGGAGE SERVICE
Baggage will be checked according to route of ticket to and from Penticton, Summerland and Kelowna,
but passengers are required to arrange their own personal transfer and transfer of hand baggage
between rail and bus depots at Penticton.
EXPLANATION  OF SIGNS THIS  PAGE
@ Meal Station where food and news supplies can be obtained at city prices.   /Stops on signal.
a Stops for sleeping car passengers from or to Minneapolis-St. Paul and beyond or from or to
Winnipeg and beyond.
SMOKING
Canadian Pacific makes every effort to ensure
passenger comfort — even to non-smoking areas.
But such comfort cannot be assured without the
co-operation of those who enjoy a smoke, whose
consideration will be much appreciated.
22 TABLES 34, 35, 36 and 37
CanaalianGwafic
B.C. COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICES
TABLE   34
VICTORIA—SEATTLE
"PRINCESS  MARGUERITE"
May 30 to September 26 inc.
Victoria-Seattle 81 miles
P.M.
4.30
830
P.M.
Pacific Standard Time
Lv Victoria
Ar Seattle..
A.M.
11.20
7.30
A.M.
TABLE 35
VANCOUVER—NANAIMO
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER"
Vancouver-Nanaimo 41 miles
Pacific Standard Time
Daily
Daily
Daily
Lv Vancouver (Pier A3) A	
A.M.
3.45
6-30
A.M.
A.M.
11.00
1.45
P.M.
P.M.
7.30
10.15
P.M.
Pacific Standard Time
Daily
Daily
Daily
A.M.
7.30
10.15
A.M.
P.M.
2.45
530
P.M.
P.M.
II.30
Ar Vancouver (.Pier A3) A...	
2.15
A.M.
▲ No baggage checking facilities at Vancouver Wharf.   All checked baggage is handled through
Vancouver Station Baggage Room.
Meal Service Available.   Connections at Nanaimo with E. & N. Ry.   See Table 30.
table 36       THROUGH BUS —FERRY SERVICE
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO AND VICTORIA
AVAILABLE TO HOLDERS OF THROUGH  RAIL TICKETS
(Via Vancouver Island Coach Lines and Pacific Stage Lines
Through Motor Coaches via B.C. Government Ferry Service)
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA QK Hours)
(Direct "Royal Victorian" Service    :   PSL-VICL Joint Service)
April 26 to June 14 inc. and after September 9
Lv. ^Vancouver at 5.05 AM (P.S.T.), and every two hours to 7-05 PM (P.S.T.)
Lv.     Victoria     at 5-10 AM (P.S.T.), and every two hours to 710 PM (P.S.T.)
June 15 to September 9 inc.
Lv. •Vancouver at 5.05 AM (P.S.T.), and every hour to 8-05 PM (P.S.T.)
Lv.    Victoria     at 5-10 AM (P.S.T.), and every hour to 8-10 PM (P.S.T.)
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO (3 Hours)
(Joint Service via PSL-VICL)
Lv. *Vancouver at 5.10 AM (P.S.T.), and every two hours to 7.10 PM (P.S.T.)
Lv.     Nanaimo   at 5-40 AM (P.S.T.), and every two hours to 7-40 PM (P.S.T.)
AUGMENTED BY FOUR SAILINGS EACH  WAY DAILY
June 15 to Sept. 15
Lv. ^Vancouver at 10.10 AM, 12.10 PM, 2-10 PM, 4-10 PM
Lv.     Nanaimo   at 10.40 AM, 12-40 PM, 2.40 PM, 4-40 PM
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA (via Nanaimo)
("Royal Islander"—Via PSL-VICL Joint Service Vancouver-Nanaimo, and VICL Nanaimo-Victoria)
(Pacific Standard Time)
Lv*Vancouver I   7-10 am i 11 -10 AM I    1.10 PM }   3.10 « I   510 Ml
Ar     Victoria I  12-15 PM |   4.15 PM 1   6.10 M |   7-55 M 1  10-10 M 1       ..
Lv.   Victoria I   7-20 AM I   9.10 AM | 11.45 AM j    1.10 Ml   3-05 W I   5.35 PM
Ar.*Vancouver I 12.25 PM 1   2.25 M ]   4.25 M 1   6-25 M 1   8.25 M 1 10.25 M
* PSL-VICL motor coaches operate to and from bus terminal in Vancouver. Through fares
cover transfer of passenger and baggage between raii station and bus terminal in Vancouver.
Canadian (ractfic
table 37 ALASKA
VANCOUVER-PRINCE RUPERT-SKAGWAY
Vancouver-Skagway 1043 miles
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
Summer f964
Pacific Standard Time        May
Lv Vancouver  800 pm
"   Prince Rupert.. 11.00 am
*   Ketchikan  9.00 pm
a Juneau 11.30 pm
Ar Skagway  8-30 am
Lv Skagway I i -.00 pm
"  Juneau  8.00 am
a   Wrangell 10.00 pm
"   Prince Rupert.. 4-00 pm
Ar Vancouver  8-30 am
29
30
30
July
I
3
July
August
29
31
31
Sept.
Sept.
2
3
3
4
6
Go by rail
w W
take your car
y&y.V.y..:.y....iV,
with you
Canadian Pacific's Passenger-with-Automobile Plan lets you
take your car with you both ways by rail, or travel one way by
car —the other on the luxurious Scenic Dome "Canadian".
Ideal for the individual on business, moving or pleasure
trips ... the variety in travelling plus the delightful ride home
on "The Canadian" means that you arrive refreshed. The
Plan operates between all Canadian Pacific points in Canada.
See your Travel Agent, or any Canadian Pacific Office
GvtadtanGodfic
TRAINS /  TRUCKS / SHIPS / PLANES / HOTELS / TELECOMMUNICATIONS
WORLD'S  MOST  COMPLETE TRANSPORTATION  SYSTEM
23 C^iaa^^c^
TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT
MONTREAL
Windsor Station
Passenger Services
MONTREAL
Windsor Station
MONTREAL
Windsor Station
TORONTO
King & Yonge
WINNIPEG
Can. Pac. Stn.
CALGARY
Can. Pac. Stn.
VANCOUVER
Can. Pac. Stn.
Railway Freight
MONTREAL
Windsor Station
TORONTO
King & Yonge
MONTREAL
Windsor Station
NORTH BAY
196 Ferguson St.
WINNIPEG
150 Henry Ave.
VANCOUVER
Can. Pac. Stn.
Foreign Freight
MONTREAL
Windsor Station
MONTREAL
Bd. of Trade Bldg.
TORONTO
King & Yonge
SAINT JOHN
77 Germain St.
VANCOUVER
Can. Pac. Stn.
MONTREAL
Windsor Station
-Rates
J. M. ROBERTS, Vice-President
F. S. BURBIDGE, Asst. Vice-President
B. CAPLAN, Asst. to Vice-President
N. F. COWIE, General Traffic Manager
W. MILLER, Asst. General Traffic Manager
IAN WARREN, General Passenger Traffic Manager
R. D. MATTHEWS, Passenger Traffic Manager
W. G. WRIGHT, Manager, Mail and Baggage Traffic
J. CAOUETTE, Passenger Traffic Commissioner
E. SMITH, Manager, Passenger Tariff Bureau
G. W. FOOTE, General Tourist Agent
Atlantic and Eastern Regions
Geo. Walsh, General Passenger Agent
E. C. Puddingtqn, Asst. General Passenger Agent
R. Myers, Asst. General Passenger Agent
E. E. Hooper, District Passenger Agent
A. K. Stewart, General Passenger Agent
C. A. Sarsfield, Asst. General Passenger Agent
S. R. Baker, Asst. General Passenger Agent
E. C. Johnson, District Passenger Agent
Prairie and Pacific Regions
W. E. Clampitt, General Passenger Agent
G. Watson, Asst. to Mgr., Mail and Baggage Traffic
G. R. Jenkyns, District Passenger Agent
D. V. Elliott, District Passenger Agent
H. Newton, General Passenger Agent
W. L. Worley, District Mail and Baggage Agent
H. B. McIntyre, Asst. General Passenger Agent
E. H. Timbers, District Passenger Agent
F. K. HOLLYMAN, General Freight Traffic Manager
J. SWINARTON, Asst. General Freight Traffic Manager
J. R. CROSSLEY, Asst. to General Freight Traffic Manager
E. M. SCULLY, Freight Traffic Manager
D. J. CHERRY, Asst. Freight Traffic Manager , /,„/7-n,frf<rf/M,_x
D. A. L. McDONALD, Asst. to Freight Traffic Manager]  ana mmsions>
Atlantic and Eastern Regions
A. M. Shields, Freight Traffic Manager
T. S. Cuttell, Asst. to Freight Traffic Manager ,
E. E. Bartlam, General Freight Agent
E. O. Riddell, Asst. General Freight Agent   (Rates)
J. A. MacDonell, General Freight Agent   (Rates and Divisions)
K  D. Carmichael, General Freight Agent (Rates and Divisions)
W. S. Gourley, General Freight Agent
R. W. Walker, Asst. Gen. Frt. Agt. (Rates)
A. S. Fleet, Asst. General Frt. Agt. (Rates and Divisions)
G. E. White, Asst. General Frt. Agt. (Rates and Divisions)
D. E. Donnelly, Asst. to General Frt. Agt. (Rates and Divisions)
T. B. Fanning, General Freight Agent
Prairie and Pacific Regions
C. S. Doupe, Freight Traffic Manager
D. W. Gillis, General Freight Agent
J. P. McEwan, General Freight Agent (Rates and Divisions)
H. Whitely, Asst. General Freight Agent (Rates—Prairie Region)
T. Hooks, Freight Traffic Manager
C. Baron, General Freight Agent (Rates and Divisions)
G. H. Hill, General Freight Agent
W. T. Carstens, Asst. General Freight Agt. (Rates and Divisions)
J. N. McPHERSON, Foreign Freight Traffic Manager
Atlantic and Eastern Regions
C. J. West, Gen. Foreign Fgt. Agt.   (Atlantic Services)
B. A. Scott, Foreign Freight Agent
G. H. Creighton, Foreign Freight Agent (Rates)
P. E. Croghan, Foreign Freight Agent
R. W. Merryweather, Foreign Freight Agent
Pacific Region
S. H. Garrod, Gen. Foreign Frt. Agt.  (Pacific Services)
D. Walker, Asst. Foreign Freight Agent
W. G. SCOTT, Manager, Traffic Research
F. E. WOLFF, Manager, Industrial and Agricultural Development
A. E. JENNER, Manager, Piggyback Services
CANADA—PASSENGER AND FREIGHT TRAFFIC REPRESENTATIVES
Banff, Alta	
Brandon, Man..
Brantford, Ont..
Brockville, Ont..
Calgary, Alta.. .
Chatham, Ont...
Edmonton, Alta..
Fort William, Ont..
Fredericton, N.B...
Galt, Ont	
Grand-Mere, Que..
Guelph, Ont	
Halifax, N.S	
Hamilton, Ont	
Kelowna, B.C	
Kingston, Ont..	
Kitchener, Ont.. . .
Lethbridge, Alta.. .
London, Ont	
Can. Pac. Stn E.
Can. Pac. Stn L.
Can. Pac. Stn H.
, 107 Colborne St R.
102 King St. West H.
Can. Pac. Stn  R.
Can. Pac. Stn J.
Can. Pac. Stn T.
Can. Pac. Stn W.
. Can. Pac. Bldg G.
Can. Pac. Bldg F.
Can. Pac. Stn W.
Can. Pac. Stn W,
Can. Pac. Stn W.
Can. Pac. Stn..... W,
145 Main St G.
Can. Pac. Stn G.
75 Macdonnell St  E.
381 Barrington St  K.
C.
14 King St. West.....  R.
32 James St. South  K.
1354 Water St  V.
6 Montreal St G.
Medicine Hat, Alta.
Montreal, Que	
36 Ontario St. N..
Can. Pac. Stn	
381 Richmond St...
238 Pall Mall St....
Can. Pac. Stn	
Windsor Stn	
Windsor Stn	
Shaw	
D. Egan	
K. Wright	
D. Weaver	
Fairboum	
G. West	
R. Dickson	
B. Jones	
, F. Shaw	
R. Swalwell	
S. Davidson	
, J. Grant	
, E. Edwards	
, H. Johnson	
L. Macnamara..
S. Aitkin ...
R. Ouellette	
F. L. Christopher
H. Ott	
S. Clancy	
F. Shepherd .
C. Walker	
W. M. Rose	
G. Fleming	
L. Dykeman.. ..
F. Lawford.	
J. Kendall	
M. Wilson	
J. Rutherford	
B. Mulroy	
C. Strange	
Moose Jaw, Sask..
Nanaimo, B.C....
Nelson, B.C	
New Westminster,
B.C	
Niagara Falls, Ont,
Oshawa, Ont	
Ottawa, Ont	
215 St. James St. West M. Filiatrault	
Board of Trade Bldg J. Brooks	
L. Grenier	
Windsor Stn  B. A. Lancey	
. Can. Pac. Stn , W. H. Duncan	
H. C. Maybank...
Can. Pac. Nanaimo Term'l... E. S. Lakey	
Foot of Baker Street B. W. Chapman...'
Ticket Agt.
Ticket Agt.
Dist. Freight Agent
City Pass'r Agt.
City Ticket Agt.
City Pass'r and Tkt. Agt.
Div. Freight Agent
City Freight Agt.
City Pass'r Agt.
General Agent
City Pass'r Agt.
Dist. Freight Agt.
City Pass'r Agt.
Dist. Freight Agt.
City Frt. & Pass'r Agt.
City Pass'r Agt.
Ticket Agent
City Pass'r Agt.
Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
Dist. Freight Agt.
City Pass' r Agt.
Dist. Freight Agt.
Dist. Freight Agt.
City Pass'r Agt.
City Pass' r Agt.
Ticket Agent
City Pass'r Agt..
Dist. Freight Agt.
Ticket Agent
Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
Gen. Agt. Atl. Ports
S.S. Pass'r.
City Ticket Agt.
Asst. Fgn. Frt. Agt.
Asst. Fgn. Frt. Agt.
Dist. Freight Agent
Ticket Agent
Dist. Freight Agt.
Ticket Agent
Dist. Freight Agt.
Owen Sound, Ont..
Pern broke, Ont	
Penticton, B.C. ..
Peterboro, Ont	
Can. Pac. Stn	
578 Queen St	
WH King St. E	
83 Sparks St	
411 Blackburn Bldg..
101, lOthSt. E	
Can. Pac. Stn	
300 Martin St	
135 Hunter St. W....
Portage La Prairie,
Man	
Port Arthur, Ont	
Preston, Ont	
Prince George, B.C
Quebec, Que........
Can. Pac. Stn	
Can. Pac. Stn	
King St	
2320 McBride Crescent.
Palais Stn	
Regina, Sask	
St. Boniface, Man..
Saint John, N.B...
St. Catharines, Ont.
St. Thomas, Ont...
Sarnia, Ont	
Saskatoon, Sask....
Sault Ste. Marie,
Ont	
Shawinigan, Que....
Sherbrooke, Que....
Sudbury, Ont	
Tillsonburg, Ont... .
Toronto, Ont	
459 de la Couronne..
. Can. Pac. Stn	
Can. Pac. Stn	
. 136 Provencher	
75 Germain St	
77 Germain St	
41 Queen St	
372 Talbot St	
118 Front St. North.
Can. Pac. Bldg	
Can. Pac. Bldg..	
Can. Pac. Stn	
Can. Pac. Stn	
169 Wellington N	
Elgin and Elm	
140 Broadway St	
King and Yonge	
Trenton, Ont..
Trois Rivieres,
Que	
Vancouver, B.C..
Victoria, B.C	
Wallaceburg, Ont.
Welland, Ont.....
Windsor, Ont	
Winnipeg, Man..
Woodstock, Ont..
. 25 DundasSt. E	
. Can. Pac. Stn	
1375 Ste. Julie St....
. 434 Hastings St. W...
Can. Pac. Stn	
Can. Pac. Stn	
Can. Pac. Stn	
.1102 Government St..
■ 1102 Government St..
i 227 Nelson St	
. 18 King St	
. 196 Ouellette Ave	
824Caron Ave	
, Main and Portage	
150 Henry Ave	
150 Henry Ave	
Can. Pac. Stn	
. Can. Pac. Stn	
. W. F Haley Ticket Agent
. J. V. Franklin City Ticket Agent
. H. G. Davidson... .City Pass'r Agt.
. C. L. Burpee Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
. C. H. Labreque Dist. Freight Agt.
. V. C. Carter  City Pass'r Agt.
. R. R. Tardiff  City Pass'r Agt.
. G. F. L. Robertson.. City Ticket Agt.
. W. G. D.
MacMillan City Pass'r Agt.
. F. N. McClelland... Ticket Agent
. H. I. Little  Ticket Agent
. E. H. Mclnerney... Dist. Freight Agt.
. J. B. Anderson Trav. Freight Agent
. J. R. Patenaude Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
A. Fournier Dist. Freight Agt.
. L. Jomphe City Ticket Agent
. G. S. Harrup City Pass'r Agt.
. H. C. Phillips...... Dist. Freight Agt.
. Henri D'Escham-
bault Ltd City Ticket Agt.
. M. F. Flower Dist. Pass'r Rep.
. M. W. Leslie Div. Freight Agent
. N. B. Flarity City Pass'r Agt.
. A. O. Calvert .. City Pass'r Agt.
. W. R. Clement City Pass'r Agt.
. D. T. Bruce  Dist. Pass'r Rep.
. W. Todd Dist. Freight Agt.
. A. L. Thompson City Pass'r Agt.
. F. L. Desaulniers... Ticket Agent
. J. L. Pinard City Pass'r Agt.
. C. C. Edey City Pass'r Agt.
. J. L. Gullen Agent
. F. W. Patterson City Pass'r Agt.
O. V. Werner Dist. Freight Agt.
R. M. Follett...... City Freight Agent
. D. J. McDonald.... City Pass'r Agt.
. J. E. Doyon........ City Pass'r Agt.
. G. Rousseau City Freight Agent
. W. S. Anderson Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
. J. R. Stead Steamship Sales
. W. E. Hogg Dist. Freight Agt.
. F C. Hoskins City Freight Agent
. C. N. Holt Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
. W. R. McCusker... Dist. Freight Agt.
. R. H. Dawe Ticket Agent
. E. C. Tizzard City Ticket Agent
. G. A. Keen City Pass'r Agt.
. G. S. McKeogh City Freight Agt.
. W. J. Casey Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
. T. H. Johnson Div. Freight Agent
. R. J. Jones City Freight Agt.
. G. R. Hayden City Pass'r Agt.
. W. J. Barnard..... City Pass'r Agt.
24 UNITED STATES
Atlanta, Ga. 30303.
Boston, Mass. 021 16
Boston, Mass. 02114
Buffalo, N.Y. 14202.
Chicago, 111.60603..
Chicago, 111.60604..
416 Palmer Bldg	
500 Little Bldg. 80 Boylston..
I 100 No. Stn. Industrial Bldg
150 Causeway St	
Bank of Buffalo Bldg.,
17 Court St	
39 South La Salle St	
2040 Bd. of Trade Bldg	
Cincinnati, Ohio
45202 203 Dixie Terminal Bldg....
818 Dixie Terminal Bldg....
Cleveland, O. 44114-. 1038 Union Comm. Bldg.. ..
Cleveland, O. 44113-• 1315 Terminal Tower Bldg..
Da I las, Texas 75201..  1026 Kirby Bldg	
Detroit, Mich. 48226. 1249 Washington Blvd	
2243 First National Bldg....
Hartford, Conn.
06103 410 Asylum St	
Indianapolis, Ind.
46204 Merchants Bank Bldg	
Juneau, Alaska Baranof Hotel	
Kansas City, Mo.
64106  1410 Waldheim Bldg	
Los Angeles, Calif.
90014 530 West Sixth St	
610 South Main St	
Memphis, Tenn.
38116 3632 Huckleberry Rd	
Milwaukee, Wis.
53203  1312 Majestic Bldg	
Minneapolis, Minn.
55402  1830 Soo Line Building	
Mobile, Ala. 36606... 211    I.B.M. Bldg	
New York, N.Y.
10017 581 Fifth Ave	
Omaha, Neb. 68102.
Philadelphia, Pa.
19109	
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15219
Portland, Me. 04102.
Portland, Ore. 97205.
St. Louis, Mo. 63101.
San Francisco, Calif.
94108	
San Francisco, Calif.
94105	
Seattle, Wash.
98101	
Skagway, Alaska..
Spokane, Wash.
99201	
Washington, D.C.
20005..	
917 W.O.W. Bldg	
Rooms 1036-38 Fidelity...
Philadelphia Trust Bldg....
2202 Koppers Bldg	
232 Saint John St	
207, American Bank Bldg..
205, American Bank Bldg..
2051 Ry. Exchange Bldg...
55 Grant Ave	
681 Market St	
216 White-Henry
Stuart Bldg....
731 Old National Bank Bldg.
. 1504 K Street N.W	
H. F. Nelson Dist. Pass'r Rep.
R. G. Williamson... Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
P. G. Watts Gen. Freight Agt.
G. J. Brooks Foreign Freight Rep.
G. L. Wanamaker.. Dist. Pass'r Rep.
R. MacArthur  Dist. Freight Agt.
J. J. Brown Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
R. A. Hasenstab Asst. Fgt. Traf. Mgr.
T. E. Reuter Gen. Freight Agt.
C. C. Watson Asst. Gen. Frt. Agt.
A. R. Miller Foreign Freight Agt.
W. L. Epperson Dist. Freight Agt.
J. G. Guiton Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
F. A. Dykstra Dist. Freight Agt.
M. T. Jackson Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
W. W. Schader Dist. Freight Agt.
A. E. Gorman  Dist. Freight Agt.
R. Stetter Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
G. C. Mensing Gen. Freight Agt.
D. T. Sweeney Fgn. Freight Agt.
R. L. Purdy Asst. Foreign Frt. Agt.
J. A. Sullivan Dist. Freight Agt.
L. F. McMahon Dist. Freight Agt.
H. C. Robinson Agent
A. A. Hertle Dist. Freight Agt.
W. R. Jaffray Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
J. H. Aylwin Dist. Freight Agt.
P. Coleman Dist. Freight Rep.
C. Johnson Dist. Freight Agt.
C. A. MacKenzie... Dist. Freight Agt.
P. O. Tobiasson Dist. Freight Agt.
J. J. Trainor  Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
W. G. Wiley  Gen. Freight Agt.
J. P. Yafcak  Foreign Freight Agt.
J. J. O'Keefe  Dist. Freight Agt.
W. J. Holman  Dist. Pass'r Rep.
C. G. Seiss  Dist. Freight Agt.
A. Nemenz  Dist. Freight Agt.
T. P. Maloney  Dist. Freight Agt.
E. J. Dahlberg  Dist. Pass'r Rep.
G. W. Roscoe  Dist. Freight Agt.
J. C. Waddell  Dist. Freight Agt.
R. S. Henry Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
F. W. Snell Dist. Freight Agt.
P. H. S. Godden... Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
A. G. Bower Dist. Freight Agt.
White Pass &
Yukon Route. ... Agents
W. D. Reeves Trav. Freight Agent
J. A. C. Blair Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
EUROPE
London, W.C. 2
Trafalgar Square
G. H. BAILLIE, Managing Director, Europe
T. G. Hughes, European Passenger Manager
J. A. M. Watson, Sales Mgr. for United Kingdom and
Republic of Ireland
J. Callaghan, Continental Sales Manager
R. R. James, European Freight Manager
K. W. Muir, Regional Freight Manager
Amsterdam, Holland  Kl. Gartmanplant-soen 2-4-. J. Kieft
Antwerp, Belgium  Place de Meir, 42 C. G. Bunker, G. L. M. Servais,
G. Heirbaut
Azores Avenida Infante D. Henrique,
Ponta Delgada, San Miguel. J. M. Sampaio
Belfast, Northern Ireland... 43 Arthur Street J. I. Topping
Birmingham, England 4 Victoria Square  F. L. Burton, B. G. Curzon
Bristol, England  18 St. Augustine's Parade... N. E. Spencer, W. E. Jury
Copenhagen V, Denmark Vesterbrogade 6-D M. M. Holmgren
Dundee, Scotland 88 Commercial St C. A. E. Curie
Dusseldorf, Germany Immermannstrasse 23 I. M. Brown
Frankfurt, Germany Taunusstrasse 52-60 P. P. R. King
Geneva, Switzerland  I -3 Rue Chantepou'et G. Arquint
Glasgow, Scotland  159-161 St. Vincent Street... C. A. Gow, F. R. E. Fish
Hamburg, Germany Jungfernstieg 49 J- McKerrow
Lisbon, Portugal Avenida da Liberdade26l... I. L. Jones, H. Simoes
Liverpool, England Royal Liver Bldg P. Spilsbury, H. K. Williams,
E. C. Clement
London, W.C. 2, England.... Trafalgar Square H. E. W. Chapman (London
Pass'r Sales Manager)
London, E.C. 3, England 30-34 Mincing Lane H. McBride, G. K. Buckle
Madrid, Spain Edificio Espana (Arcade) G. V. L. Andrade
Manchester, England 43 Cross Street C. A. L. Mansbridge,
W. Richardson
Paris, France 24 Boulevard des Capucines.. R. A. Leleu, W. F. L. Smith,
H. Hargadon
Rome, Italy 28 Via Vittorio Veneto G. Inserra '        '
Rotterdam, 2, Holland Westblaak 10 (P.O. Box233). W. Thornton, L. N. J. Smet
Southampton, England 24 Cumberland Place J. J. Goodwin
Athens, Greece. Stadium St 59B	
Basle, Switzerland Centralbahnplatz 3	
Beirut, Lebanon Parliament Square....	
Berne, Switzerland  Bubenbergplatz 9.	
Bordeaux, France 25 Coursdu Marechal Foch. .
Cairo, Egypt 8 Sharia Talaat Harb	
(ex Soliman Pasha)
Cherbourg, France 48 Rue Alfred Rossel	
Copenhagen, Denmark 47 Raadhuspladsen	
Geneva, Switzerland  I Rue du Mont Blanc	
Genoa, Italy  |, Via Cairoli (P.O.B. 618)...
Gothenburg, Sweden.... Hotellplatsen 2	
Haifa, Israel Haatzmauth Road No. 104,
(P.O. Box 74)
Halsingborgs, Sweden Jarnvagsgatan 25	
Hamburg I, Germany   Ballindamm 25	
Helsinki, Finland Etela Ranta 8, Sodra Kajen..
Lausanne, Switzerland  15 Rue de Bourg	
Leghorn, Italy  34, Via E. Rossi	
Le Havre, France   109 Boulevard de Strasbourg.
Lugano I, Switzerland Piazza Manzoni 8	
Luxembourg, Luxembourg.. 57 Boulevard Royal	
Malmo, Sweden Stortorget 9	
Marseilles, France. 21 rue de la Republique	
Milan, Italy  I, Via U. Foscolo	
Naples, Italy  Piazza Municipio 84......... ■
Nice, France. 3 Blvd. Victor Hugo	
Nicosia, Cyprus  3 Evagoras Ave.
(P.O. Box 533)	
Oslo, V, Norway 35 Karl Johans Gt	
Palermo, Sicily Via Cavour 117	
Piraeus, Greece 68 Kolokotronis St.
(P.O. Box 44)
Prague 3, Czechoslovakia Na Prikope 18 	
Stockholm 7, Sweden 6 Stureplan..	
The Hague, Holland. . ...... Groenmarkt 22-	
Vienna, Austria Friedrichstrasse 7	
Zurich, Switzerland Bahnhofplatz 7	
A. Bedrossian
Wm. Muller&Co. A. G.
Hitti Freres
Kehrli & Oeler
S. C. M. Franco-Britannique
Joliey's & Co.
Cherbourg Maritime
Bennett's Travel Bureau Ltd.
Fert & Co.
Gastaldi & Co.
Nordisk Resebureau A.B.
Aaron Rosenfeld
Halsingborgs Resebyra
Hapag-Lloyd Reiseburo
Finland Steamship Co. Ltd.
Lavanchy Ltd., International
Forwarding & Travel Agents
Gastaldi & Co.
J. M. Currie & Cie.
Danzas & Co. S.A.
Derulle Wigreux & Fils
Nordisk Resebureau A.B.
Gellatly, Hankey&Co.
(France) S.A.
Gastaldi & Co.
Gastaldi & Co.
Voyages Kuoni
Loizides Brothers
Bennett's Travel Bureau Ltd.
Gastaldi & Co.
A. Bedrossian
Cedok
Nordisk Resebureau A.B.
Reisbureau Lissone-Lindeman N.V,
Osterreichisches Verkehrsburo
A. Kuoni, S.A.^-
AUSTRALIA
Adelaide, S.A... ........ Elder, Smith, Goldsbrough, Mort, Ltd. (Head Office)
27-35 Currie St.
Brisbane, Qsld Elder, Smith, Goldsbrough, Mort, Ltd.
Melbourne, Vic Elder, Smith, Goldsbrough, Mort, Ltd.
Perth, w. Aus Elder, Smith, Goldsbrough, Mort, Ltd.
Sydney, N.S.W Elder, Smith, Goldsbrough, Mort, Ltd.
NEW ZEALAND
Wellington, N.Z New Zealand Shipping Co. Ltd. (Head Office)]
2-10 Customhouse Quay.
Auckland, N.Z New Zealand Shipping Co. Ltd.
Christchurch, N.Z New Zealand Shipping Co. Ltd. £4
Dunedin, N.Z New Zealand Shipping Co. Ltd.
Invercargill, N.Z New Zealand Shipping Co. Ltd. >
Napier, N.Z New Zealand Shipping Co. Ltd.
New Plymouth, N.Z New Zealand Shipping Co. Ltd.
Timaru, N.Z New Zealand Shipping Co. Ltd.
THE ORIENT
Hong Kong E. T. McMULLEN, Traffic Manager for the
Union House (comer of Orient Canadian Pacific Steamships Limited
Chater Road and PedderSt.)
Bangkok, Thailand The Anglo-Thai Corporation Ltd.
Bombay, India  Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co. Ltd.
Calcutta, India Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co. Ltd.
Colombo, Ceylon Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co. Ltd.
Keelung, Taiwan Jardine, Matheson & Co. Ltd.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.... Boustead & Co. (I960) Ltd=
Manila, P.I Smith, Bell & Co. (Phil) Inc.
Osaka, Japan Canadian Pacific Air Lines
Singapore   Malaysia Boustead & Co. (I960) Ltd.
Taipeh, Taiwan Jardine, Matheson & Co. Ltd.
Tokyo, Japan Canadian Pacific Air Lines
BERMUDA
Hamilton, Bermuda Harnett & Richardson Agents
JAMAICA
Kingston, Jamaica, B.W.I... George & Branday Ltd., (P.O. Box 63V
58 Port Royal St Agents
SOUTH AFRICA
Cape Town, South Africa Cayzer, Irvine South Africa (Pty) Ltd., 54-56 Adderley St.
Durban, South Africa Cayzer, Irvine South Africa (Pty) Ltd., 376 West St.
East London, South Africa. . Cayzer, Irvine South Africa (Pty) Ltd., 47 Oxford St.
Johannesburg, South Africa. Cayzer, Irvine South Africa (Pty) Ltd., 93 Commissioner St.
Mombasa, Kenya  Union-Castle Mail Steamship, Kilindini, P.O. Box 86
Port Elizabeth, South Africa   Cayzer, Irvine South Africa (Pty) Ltd., 6 Main St.
Salisbury, Rhodesia Cayzer, Irvine Central Africa (Pty) Ltd., 3rd St. & Stanley Ave.
25 Read how
Canadian Pacific
Faresaver Plan
makes train travel
remarkably
inexpensive
The FARESAVER PLAN-another dramatic innovation in travel service that
has made Canadian Pacific a leader in
passenger transportation!
The FARESAVER PLAN pyramids your
rail travel savings on Canadian Pacific
in Canada — even when you travel
Scenic Dome on The Canadian.
Here's how the FARESAVER PLAN
works. Fares have been reduced substantially in all classes of travel: Reserved-seat Coach, Tourist and First
Class. In addition,Tourist and First Class
passengers may enjoy the extra economy of All-Inclusive tickets covering
fare, accommodation and meals. Passengers occupying any type of room
accommodation have the alternative of
purchasing tickets covering passage
fare and accommodation, with the opportunity to purchase meals of their
choice in the deluxe dining room or
scenic dome coffee shop.
If you travel over 520 miles, you enjoy
these new low fares every day of the
week. For 520 miles and less, you enjoy the same low fares 5 days a week.
(Fares are slightly higher for Friday and
Sunday departures for travel of 520
miles and less.)
And remember —with the incredible
FARESAVER PLAN, only the fares have
been reduced! You enjoy the same high
standards of service and accommodation that Canadian Pacific has always
ensured.
SEE SAMPLE 'FARESAVER PLAN' FARES AT RIGHT
26 'FARESAVER* PLAN
- SAMPLE FARES
CAUTION—The fares and arrangements herein are
for information only and subject to change. When
fares and  arrangements differ from  those quoted
in filed tariffs, THE TARIFFS WILL GOVERN.
(In effect April 15, 1964, to September 30, 1964 — Consult your local agent for 'Faresaver' Plan fares available from October 1, 1964)
• ONE-WAY
PASSAGE FARES
For
journey
commencing
Friday or
Sunday
$ 0
43.50
42.00
23.00
17.00
23- 45
40-50
36.00
10.00
4.10
3750
36.00
17.50
37.50
11.50
51.00
30-00
42.00
40.50
2I-00
37.50
34.50
7.40
36.00
33.00
36.00
10 00
49.50
28.50
40.50
30.00
40.50
20.00
2700
4 10
37.50
34.50
20.00
36.00
33.00
II.50
34.50
8.00
49.50
7.40
28.50
30.00
28.50
19.00
37.50
11 50
21.00
20-00
11.20
18.55
10.40
15.90
31.50
14.00
12.00
27.00
650
8.50
16.00
I550
12.00
40-50
19.00
20-00
14.00
13.00
1080
10.80
27.00
BETWEEN
Montreal, Que., and:
Banff, Alta	
Calgary-Edmonton, Alta ,
Fort William, Ont ,
Fredericton, N.B ,
a Halifax, N.S. (via Digby)	
Medicine Hat, Alta	
Moose Jaw, Sask ,
North Bay, Ont ,
Ottawa, Ont	
c Prince Albert, Sask	
Regina, Sask	
Saint John, N.B	
c Saskatoon, Sask	
Sudbury, Ont	
Vancouver, B.C	
Winnipeg, Man	
Ottawa, Ont., and:
Banff, Alta	
Calgary-Edmonton, Alta	
Fort William, Ont	
Medicine Hat, Alta	
Moose Jaw, Sask	
North Bay, Ont	
c Prince Albert, Sask	
Regina, Sask	
c Saskatoon, Sask	
Sudbury, Ont	
Vancouver, B.C	
Winnipeg, Man	
Toronto, Ont., and:
Banff, Alta.	
Brandon, Man	
Calgary-Edmonton, Alta	
Fort William, Ont	
Kenora, Ont	
London, Ont	
Medicine Hat, Alta	
Moose Jaw, Sask	
Port Arthur, Ont	
c Prince Albert, Sask	
Regina, Sask	
d Sault Ste. Marie, Ont	
c Saskatoon, Sask	
Sudbury, Ont	
Vancouver, B.C	
Windsor, Ont	
Winnipeg, Man	
Fort William, Ont., and:
Banff, Alta	
Calgary-Edmonton, Alta	
Regina, Sask	
Vancouver, B.C	
Winnipeg, Man	
Winnipeg, Man., and:
Banff, Alta	
Calgary-Edmonton, Alta	
Moose Jaw, Sask	
c Prince Albert, Sask	
Regina, Sask	
c Saskatoon, Sask	
Vancouver, B.C	
Regina, Sask., and:
Banff, Alta	
Calgary, Alta	
Vancouver, B.C	
Calgary, Alta., and:
Edmonton, Alta	
Revelstoke, B.C	
Vancouver, B.C	
Edmonton, Alta., and:
Kelowna, B.C	
Montreal, Que	
Toronto, Ont	
Vancouver, B.C	
Winnipeg, Man	
Vancouver, B.C., and:
Banff, Alta	
Field, B.C	
Kelowna, B.C	
Revelstoke, B.C	
c Saskatoon, Sask	
• ONE-WAY ALL-INCLUSIVE FARES COVERING PASSAGE, MEALS ENROUTE AND PARLOR OR
SLEEPING CAR ACCOMMODATION SPECIFIED—EXCLUSIVE OF GRATUITIES	
Parlor
Car
Seat
x\2.
b 4.
315.1
x 9.
312.i
x 9.1
315-1
313-1
2*2'<
310.15
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
Lower
Berth
$ 0
60-50
56.00
30- 00
54.50
48.00
312.50
49*50
48- 00
49.50
"60
314.00
70.00
39.00
56.00
54.50
28.00
51.50
46-50
J5
3 9.15
48:00
45.00
48.00
'50
312.50
68.50
3750
5450
39.00
54.50
27.00
36.00
51 50
46.50
27.00
48.00
45.00
x  13-00
46.50
65
x 9.65
68.50
37*50
39.00
37.50
24.00
51.50
00
31400
28.00
27.00
60
313.60
22.55
90
xl2.90
19.90
43.50
18 00
31450
36.00
21.00
19.50
56.00
54.50
24.00
27.00
18.00
31550
313.20
31320
36.00
Upper
Berth
A
$ 0
5750
53.00
28.00
51.50
44.00
31150
45.50
44.00
45.50
21300
66.00
36.00
53-00
51.50
26.00
48.50
42.50
x 8.15
44.00
41.00
44.00
311.50
64.50
34.50
51.50
36.00
51.50
25.00
33- 00
48.50
42.50
25.00
44.00
41.00
x 12.00
42.50
x 8 65
64.50
34*50
36.00
34.50
23.00
48.50
31300
26.00
25.00
312 60
21.55
31190
18.90
39.50
1700
313 50
33.00
20.00
18 50
53.00
51.50
23.00
25.00
17.00
314.50
312.20
312.20
33.00
Section
A
$       0
67.50
61.00
33.00
59.50
52.00
313.50
53.50
52.00
53 '50
316.00
77.00
42.00
61.00
5950
31.00
56.50
50.50
310.15
52.00
49.00
52.00
213.50
75.50
40.50
59.50
42.00
59.50
30.00
39.00
56*50
5050
30.00
52.00
49.00
x 14.00
50.50
31065
75.50
40*50
42.00
40-50
26.00
56.50
21600
31.00
30.00
21460
23- 55
213.90
20-90
47.50
20- 00
21650
39.00
23- 00
20-50
61.00
59.50
26.00
30-00
20-00
217.50
214.20
214.20
39.00
STANDARD SLEEPING CARS
Lower
Berth
A .
$ 0
68.50
63.00
33.00
24.00
30.45
61.50
53-00
213.50
54.50
53.00
24.50
54.50
21600
79.00
43.00
63- 00
61.50
31.00
58.50
51.50
210.15
53.00
50- 00
53-00
213.50
77.50
41 50
61.50
43-00
61.50
30.00
40-00
58*50
51.50
30- 00
53.00
50-00
214.00
51.50
21065
77.50
4 i - 50
43.00
41.50
26.00
58.50
21600
31.00
30.00
314.60
23.55
213.90
20-90
48.50
20.00
31650
40-00
23.00
20.50
63-00
61.50
26.00
30-00
20.00
217.50
214.20
214.20
40.00
Upper
Berth
$        0
63.50
58.00
30.00
23-00
29.45
56.50
48.00
21250
49'50
48-00
23.50
4950
2(5.00
73.00
39.00
58.00
56.50
28-00
5350
46.50
2 9.15
48-00
45.00
48.00
212.50
7150
37.50
56.50
39.00
56.50
27.00
36.00
53.50
46.50
27.00
48-00
45.00
21300
46.50
2 9.65
71.50
37.50
39.00
3750
25.00
53.50
315.00
28.00
27.00
213-60
22.55
21290
19.90
43 50
19.00
21550
36.00
22.00
19.50
58.00
56.50
25.00
27.00
19.00
216.50
21320
213.20
36.00
Roomette
A
$   0
78.50
70.00
37.00
27.00
33.45
68.50
59.00
215.50
60 '50
59.00
27.50
60-50
21900
90.00
47.00
70.00
68.50
35.00
65.50
57.50
212.15
59.00
56.00
59.00
21550
88.50
45.50
68.50
47.00
68.50
34.00
44.00
65'50
57.50
34.00
59.00
56.00
31600
57.50
31265
88.50
45*50
47.00
45.50
29.00
65 50
31900
35.00
34.00
216.60
25.55
315.90
22.90
54.50
23.00
219.50
44.00
26.00
22.50
70.00
68.50
29.00
34.00
23- 00
220.50
21620
216.20
44.00
Bedroom
A
$ 0
10550
94.00
47.00
35.00
41.45
92.50
78.00
220.50
79.50
78.00
35.50
79.50
225.00
123.00
60-00
94.00
92.50
45.00
89.50
76.50
216.15
78-00
75.00
78.00
220.50
11650
58.50
92.50
60-00
92.50
44.00
57.00
89*50
76.50
44.00
78 00
75.00
220-00
76.50
21665
116.50
58.50
60-00
58.50
37.00
82.50
225.00
45.00
44.00
221 60
30.55
220.90
27.90
70.50
29.00
225.50
57.00
34.00
27.50
94.00
92.50
37.00
44.00
29.00
226.50
221.20
22I.20
57.00
Compartment
$ 0
116.50
105.00
55.00
43.00
49.45
103.50
88.00
227.50
89*50
88.00
43.50
89.50
232-00
134.00
68.00
105.00
103.50
53.00
100.50
86.50
222.15
88.00
85.00
88.00
227.50
132.50
66.50
103.50
68.00
103.50
5200
65.00
100*50
86.50
52.00
88.00
85.00
226.00
86.50
222.65
132.50
66'50
68.00
66.50
45.00
100.50
232.00
53.00
52.00
228.60
37.55
227.90
3490
83-50
36.00
232.50
65.00
42.00
34.50
105.00
103 50
45- 00
52.00
36.00
233.50
228.20
228.20
65.00
Drawing-
room
$ 0
125.50
114.00
66.00
51.00
57.45
112.50
97.00
231.50
98*50
97.00
5150
98.50
238.00
143-00
79.00
114.00
M250
64.00
109.50
95.50
226.15
97.00
94-00
97.00
231.50
141.50
77.50
112.50
79.00
112.50
63-00
76.00
109*50
95.50
63.00
97.00
94.00
230-00
95.50
226.65
141.50
77*50
79.00
77.50
53.00
109.50
238.00
64.00
63.00
232.60
41.55
231.90
3890
92.50
42.00
238-50
76.00
50-00
38-50
114.00
112.50
53.00
63.00
4200
239.50
232.20
232.20
76.00
a—All-inclusive features (meals and berth) apply only to and from Saint John; fare covers passage
only (no Meals) between Saint John and Halifax.
b—Slightly higher fare applies when journey is being commenced on Friday or Sunday: fare covers
passage and parlor car seat (no meals).
c— Passage fares apply via rail to or from Regina, bus beyond. All-inclusive features (meals and
berth) apply only to and from Regina.
d—All-inclusive features apply only to and from Sudbury: fare covers passage only between Sudbury
and Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.
•—Slightly higher fares available for stop-overs enroute, except fares covering passage (only)
$13-00 or higher, are valid for stop-over.
■-—Lower berth only prepared for night occupancy.
A—Charge for each additional passenger occupying this unit of sleeping car space, including meals
enroute, will be the applicable one-way passage fare plus $2.00.
2—Slightly higher all-inclusive fares apply when journey is being commenced on Friday or Sunday.
27 STATION    INDEX
(A) Also Served by C.P. Air Lines. (B) Served by co-ordinated rail and bus services. Full information as to bus connections available,
through fares, baggage checking arrangements, etc., may be obtained from your local Canadian Pacific Agent, (c) Customs entry port for examination of baggage in bond. (D) Served by C.P. Air Lines. (E) For service to these stations consult Quebec local folder "B", or your local Canadian
Pacific agent. © Meal Stations. (M) Mixed train service (carrying passengers). Full particulars may be obtained from your local Canadian
Pacific agent.
POPULATION:—The population of all places in Canada may be found in the Gazetteer of the Canadian Official Railway Guide, carried in Observation Sleeping Cars on Principal Canadian Pacific Trains, also at Ticket Offices.
Table
Abbey, Sask  (M)
Abercorn, Que. (c)  22
Abernethy, Sask  (B)
Abound, Sask  (IV!)
Acme, Alta  (IVI)
Adamsville, Que  8
Adanac, Sask  (B)
Adirondack Jct., Que  8
Agassiz, B.C 1, 2. 7
Agincourt, Ont 16, 17, 20
Aiktow, Sask  (M)
Airdrie, Alta  27
Akenside, Alta  (IVI)
Alameda, Sask  (B)
Albany, N.Y 12,24
Albert Canyon, B.C  7
Albion, B.C  7
Alderson, Alta  6
Aldersyde, Alta  29
Alexander, Man  5
Alexandria, Minn  32
Alfred, Ont  15
Algoma, Ont  23
Algrove, Sask  (IVJ)
Alhambra, Alta  (B)
Alix.Alta  (B)
Allingham, Alta  (M)
Alliston, Ont  25
Almonte. Ont  21
Alstonvale, Que 15, (E)
Altario, Alta  (M)
Altawan.Sask  (M)
Alton, Ont..  26
Altona, Man  (B)
Amisk, Alta  (B)
Amulet, Sask  (M)
Amyot, Ont  4
Andover.N.B  (M)
Andrew, Alta (B), (M)
Aneroid, Sask  (B)
Angler, Ont  4
Angliers, Que.  (IVI)
Annapolis Royal, N.S. (c)... 10
Ann Arbor, Mich  18
Annonciation, Que  (E)
Antelope, Sask  6
Apple Hill, Ont  17
Arborg, Man  (B)
Archerwill, Sask  (IVI)
Archive, Sask  (M)
Areola, Sask  (B)
Arden, Man.  (B)
Ardendale, Ont  20
Arelee, Sask  (IVI)
Armley.Sask (B), (IVI)
Armstrong, B.C (B), 31
Arnaud, Man  32
Ames, Man  (B)
Arnprior, Ont 1,4, 21
Aroostook, N.B. (c)  (IVI)
Arrow River, Man  (M)
Arthurette, N.B  (IVI)
Ashcroft, B.C  7
Ashton, Ont 19, 21
Aspen Beach, Alta  (M)
Asquith, Sask (B), (IVI)
Assiniboia, Sask  (IVI)
Atlee, Alta  (M)
Attean.Me  (IVh
Attica, Sask  (IVI)
Austin, Man  5
Avonmore, Ont  17
Axford, SasK  (IV!)
Ayr, Ont  18
Azilda, Ont  4
Bagot, Man  5
Baie d'Urfe, Que 15, (E)
Bailey, N.B  8
Bain, Alta  (IVI)
Bala, Ont  25
Balcarres, Sask  (B)
Balgonie, Sask  6
Baljennie, Sask.  (IVI)
Balmoral, Man •   (B)
Balzac. Alta .....,,,.. 27
Table
Banff, Alta. ©  1, 2, 6
Bankend, Sask  (M)
Bar agar Man  (JVI)
Barford, Sask  (M)
Barker, N.B  (IVI)
Barnard, Me  (M)
Barnet, B.C  7
Barnet, Vt  22
Barnwell, Alta  28
Barons, Alta     29
Barrette, Que.. ..  (E)
Barrie, Ont. (c)  25
Bar River, Ont  23
Barton, Vt  22
Basque, B.C  7
Bassano, Alta  6, (IVI)
Basswood, Man  (B)
Bathurst, Ont  20
Batiscan, Que  14
Battle Creek, Mich  18
Battrum, Sask.  (IVI)
Bawlf, Alta  (B)
Baxter, Ont  25
Bay Trail, Sask  (IVI)
Beaconsfieid, Que 15, (E)
Bearn, Que  (IVI)
Bearspaw, Alta  6
Beaubier, Sask  (M)
Beaucage, Ont  4
Beaurepaire, Que.  15, (E)
Beausejour, Man  (B)
Beauvallon, Alta (B),; (M)
Beaverhill, Alta  (IVI)
Beavermouth, B.C  7
Beddington, Alta  27
Bedell, Ont  17, 20
Beeton, Ont  25
Beiseker, Alta  (IVI)
Belair, Que .. 14
Belbeck, Sask  (M)
Bellamy, Ont  19
Belle Plaine, Sask  6
Bellerive, Que.  (E)
Belle River, Ont  18
Belleville, Ont. (c)  16, 17
Benalto, Alta  (B)
Bennett, Alta  (IVI)
Benson, Me  (M)
Bentley, Alta  (M)
Berkeley, Ont  26
Berthier, Que.  14
Berwick, N.S. (c)   10
Betalock, Sask  (IVI)
Beveridge, N.B  (IVI)
Beverley, Sask  6
Bexhill, Sask  (IVI)
Bienfait, Sask  (B)
Big Beaver, Sask. (c)  (IVI)
Biggar, Sask  (B)
Bigwood, Ont  25
Bindloss, Alta  (M)
Binscarth, Man.  (B)
Birch Lake, Sask  (IVI)
Birchton, Que  8
Birtle, Man  (B)
Biscotasing, Ont  4
Bishopric, Sask  (M)
Bittern Lake, Alta  (B)
Blackburn, Ont  15
Blackfalds, Alta.  27
Blackie. Alta  29
Black Rock, N.Y.  24
Blagdon, N.B  8
Blind River, Ont  23
Blooming, Sask  (IVI)
Blucher, Sask  (B)
Blueberry Creek, B.C  (B)
Bluff ton, Alta  (M)
Bodfish, Me............... (IVI)
Boharm, Sask.  6
Boissevain, Man. (c)...... ■. (B)
Bolingbroke, Ont   17
Bolkow, Ont.  4
Bolton, Ont..  25
Bonarlaw, Ont......  20
Bonneld, Ont.  .     4
Table
Bonheur, Ont 5, (M)
Bordeaux, Que 14, 15, (E)
Boston, Mass 22, 24
Boston Ranch, Me      (IVI)
Botha, Alta;       (B)
Bouchard, Que        (E)
Boundary, Que       (M)
Bounty, Sask      (IVI)
Bourget, Ont         15
Bouyant, Alta      (M)
Bowden, Alta.         27
Bowell, Alta  6
Bow Island, Alta         28
Bowmanville, Ont.(c) 16, 17
Bracken, Sask      (IVI)
Braddock, Sask      (IVI)
Bradwardine, Man       (IVI)
Braeside, Ont         21
Brampton. Ont.(c)         26
Brandon. Man.® (B) (c) 1,2,3,5, (M)
Brant, Alta         29
Brantford, Ont.(c)         24
Brass, Sask       (Ill)
Brassua, Me      (IVI)
Bredenbury, Sask       (B)
Breton, Alta       (M)
Bridgeford, Sask       (IVI)
Bridgetown, N.S  9
Brigham, Que         22
Brightmore, Sask        (B)
Brighton, Ont 16, 17
Brignall, Ont  25
Brilliant, B.C       (B)
Brisco, B.C       (IVI)
Britt, Ont.(c)         25
Broadacres, Sask      (M)
Broadview, Sask.©  1, 2, 5, 6
Brockville, Ont. (c) 16, 19
Broderick, Sask       (M)
Bromhead, Sask      (IV!)
Brookport, Que     8, 22
Brooks, Alta  6
Brownlee, Sask       (M)
Brownville Jct., Me 8, (M)
Bruce, Ont         23
Brucy, Que 15, (E)
Bruderheim, Alta (B), (IVI)
Buckingham Jct., Que         15
Buda, Ont 5, (IVI)
Buffalo, Alta      (M)
Buffalo, N.Y  24
Buffalo Gap, Sask      (IVI)
Buford, Alta      (IVI)
Bull Pound, Alta      (IVI)
Bull's Head, Alta         28
Bulwer, Que  8
Bulyea, Sask       (B)
Buoyant, Alta      (IVI)
Burdett, Alta         28
Bures, Sask      (IVI)
Burketon, Ont         20
Burlington, Ont         24
Burnside, Man  5
Burr, Sask       (M)
Burrows, Sask  5
Burstall, Sask      (IVI)
Burton Lake, Sask        (IVI)
Burwash, Ont         25
Bury, Que  8
Busteed, Ont 5, (IVI)
Buttress, Sask       (M)
Cabasie Ronde, Que  14
Cabri, Sask  (IVI)
Cache Bay, Ont  4
Cadogan, Alta  (B)
Cadorna. Que  14
Calgary, Alta. @ (A)  (c; (B) 1,2,6,
27 , 29, (M)
Calmar, Alta  ,. (M)
Calumet, Que  15
Cambie, B.C  7
Campbellville, Ont  18
Camp Borden, Ont  25
Camp Gagetown, N.B H,.(B):
Camp Morton, Man........ (B)
Camrose, Alta. (c)	
Table
(B)
Canmore, Alta	
Canoe, B.C	
Cantuar, Sasu	
6
7
(IVI)
Canuck, Sask	
.    (ivi)
(IVI)
Cap de la Madeleine, Que..
Caradoc, Ont	
Carberry, Man	
14
18
5
Carbon, Alta  (IVI)
Cardell, Sask  6
Cardross, Sask  (IVI)
Carey, Man  32
Carleton Place, Ont.(c) 1,4,16,19,2i
Carley, Ont  25
Carlin, B.C  7
Carlyle, Sask  (B)
Carman, Man  (B)
Carmangay, Alta  29
Carmichael, Sask  6
Carnduff, Sask  (B)
Carnegie, Man  (IVI)
Caron, Sask  6
Carroll, Man  (B)
Carseland, Alta  6
Carstairs, Alta  27
Cartier, Ont.© 1, 2, 4
Cartwright, Man  (B)
Cascade, B.C.(c)	
Cassils, Alta 6, (IVI)
Castleford, Ont  21
Castlegar, B.C.(A)  (B)
Castle Mountain, Alta  6
Castor, Alta  (B)
Cataract, Ont  26
Cater, Sask  (IVI)
Cathkin, Sask  (IVI)
Cavan, Ont  20
Cavendish, Alta  (IVI)
Cayley, Alta  29
Cedar Park, Que 15, (E)
Centre, Vt  22
Chalk River, Ont.® 1,2,4,21
Champion, Alta  29
Chancellor, Alta  (IVI)
Chapleau, Ont.®    1, 2, 4
Chaplin, Sask  6
Charmian, Sask  (IVI)
Chase, B.C  7
Chater, Man  5
Chatham, Ont.(c) 16, 18
Chatsworth, Ont  26
Chaumox, B.C  4
Chelmsford, Ont  7
Cheltenham, Ont  26
Chesterville, Ont  17
Chicago, 111   16,18
Chilliwack, B.C.(c)  7
Chin, Alta  28
China Bar, B.C  7
Chipman.N.B  (M)
Chitek, Sask  (M)
Chitek Lake, Sask  (IVI)
Choate, B.C  7
Choisy. Que 15, (E)
Churchbridge, Sask  (B)
Churchville, Ont  26
Cisco, B.C  7
Clandeboye, Man.  (B)
Clandonald, Alta (B), (IVI)
Claremont, Ont  20
Clarendon, N.B  8
Claresholm, Alta  29
Claydon, Sask  (IVI)
Clearwater, Man  (B)
Clemens, Sask  (B)
Cleveland, Ohio  24
Climax, Sask  (M)
Clive, Alta  (B)
Cloan, Sask  (IVI)
Clover Bar, Alta  (IVI)
Cloverleaf, Man 5, (IVI)
Cluny, Alta  6
Coaldaie, Alta  28
Coalhurst, Alta  29
Cobden, Ont.  .V. 21
Table
Cobourg, Ont. (c)  16, 17
Cochrane, Alta  6
Coderre, Sask  (M)
Codette, Sask (B), (M)
Colborne, Ont  16, 17
Coldwater, Ont  25
Coldwell, Ont  4
Colonsay, Sask  (B)
Como, Que .15, (E)
Compeer, Alta..  (M)
Conception, Que  (E)
Concord, N.H  22
Condor, Alta  (B)
Congress, Sask.  (M)
Coniston, Ont.  4
Conquest, Sask  (M)
Conrad, Alta  (M)
Consort, Alta.. . (B), (M)
Constance, Sask  (IVI)
Consul, Sask  (M)
Control, Alta.  (M)
Cookshire, Que  8
Cooksville, Ont  18, 26
Copper Cliff, Ont. (c)  23
Coquitlam, B.C  1, 2, 7
Corbetton, Ont...  26
Corinne, Sask   (B)
Cork, N.B  8
Cornwall, Ont. (c)  16
Cornwallis, N.S  10
Coronach, Sask  (M)
Coronation, Alta (B), (M)
Cory, Sask.......  (IVI)
Courtenay, B.C.  30
Cosway, Alta..  (IVI)
Countess, Alta..  (IVI)
Court, Sask  (M)
Courval, Sask.  (M)
Cowansviile, Que. (c)  22
Craigdhu, Alta.  (IVI)
Craigellachie, B.C  7
Craighurst, Ont..  25
Cranbrook, B.C (A) (c)
Crandall, Man  (M)
Crane Valley, Sask  (IVI)
Cranford, Alta  28
Craven, Sask..   (B)
Creelman, Sask  (B)
Cressday, Alta  (M)
Crestwynd, Sask.  (M)
Crombies, Ont.  26
Cross, Sask  6
Crossfield, Alta  27
Crowfoot, Alta  6
Crumlin, Ont.   18
Crystal City, Man  (B)
Crystal Springs, Sask  (IVI)
Culross, Man  (B)
Cumberland Bay, N.B  (M)
Currie, N.B  (IVI)
Cutler, Ont  23
Cutoff, Sask   (M)
Cymric, Sask.  (B)
Cypress River, Man  (B)
Czar, Alta   (B)
Dafoe, Sask  (B)
Dagmar, Ont  20
Dahinda, Sask.  (IVI)
Dalemead, Alta  6
Dalhousie Mills, Que  17
Dalroy, Alta.  (M)
Dalton, Ont  4
Dand, Man  (B)
Danforth, Me.  8
Danforth, Ont.. 16, 17
Daphne, Sask.  (B)
Darlingford, Man  (B)
Dawson City, Yukon  (D)
Dawson Creek, B.C  (D)
Daysland, Alta  (B)
Dayton, Ont  23
Dean Lake, Ont.  23
Deauville, Que............. 8
De Beaujeu, Que  17
Deep Brook, N.S.  10
28 Table
Deleau. Man.      . (B)r
Deloraine, Man       (B)
Delson, Que  8
Dendron, Sask      (M)
Denhart, Alta.      (M)
Deroche, B.C  7
Derwent, Alta (B)t (IVI)
Desbarats, Ont.         23
Deschambault, Que         14
Detroit, Mich.   16, 18
Detroit Lakes, Minn         32
Deux Rivieres, Ont  4
Dewberry, Alta (B), (M)
Dewdney, B.C  7
Dewinton, Alta         29
Didsbury, Alta         27
Digby, N.S. (c)     9, 10
Dinorwic, Ont 5, (M)
Ditchfield, Que      (IVI)
Divide, Sask      (M)
Dixie, Ont 18, 26
Dockmure, Ont         25
Dollard, Sask      (M)
Dominion City, Man         32
Don,Ont ....16, 17, 20
Donald, B.C  7
Dorion, Ont  4
Dorion, Que 15, 17, (E)
Dorothy, Alta        (IVI)
Dorval, Que 1,4, 15,16, 17, (E)
Douglas, Man  5
Dozois, Que      (M)
Dragon, Que 15, (E)
Dramis, Que      (M)
Dranoel, Ont         20
Drumbo, Ont         18
Drumheller, Alta. (c)      (IVI)
Dryden.Ont 1, 5, (IVI)
Drynoch, B.C  7
Dubuc, Sask       (B)
Duchess, Alta      (IVI)
Dufrost, Man         32
Duncairn, Sask      (M)
Duncan, B.C         30
Dundalk, Ont         26
Dunfermline, Sask      (M)
Dunkirk, Sask      (M)
Dunmore, Alta.  6
Dunphy.Alta      (IVI)
Duval, Sask       (B)
Dyment.Ont 5, (M)
Eagle River, Ont 5, (IVI)
East Coulee, Alta      (M)
East Edmonton, Alta        (IVI)
Eastend, Sask      (IVI)
East Poplar, Sask. (c)      (M)
Eastray, Que.  8
East Ryegate, Vt         22
Eau Claire, Ont  4
Echo Bay, Ont         23
Eckner, Sask      (IVI)
Eckville, Alta       (B)
Edfield, Sask      (M)
Edgeworth, Sask.      (IVI)
Edison, Ont  .5, (IVI)
Edmonton, Alta.®(A)(c) (B), 2, 27
Edmore, Sask      (IVI)
Edmundston, N.B.(c)	
Elbow, Sask      (IVI)
Eley, Ont         23
Elfros, Sask       (B)
Elkhorn, Man  5
Elk Island, Alta (B), (M)
Ellard, Que        (E)
EUerslie, Alta         27
Ellwood, Ont 17, 20
Elm Creek. Man       (B)
Elmstead, Ont .. *.        18
Elson, B.C  7
Elstow, Sask       (B)
Emerson, Man.(c)     2, 32
Empress, Alta      (IVI)
Enderby, B.C 31, (B)
Englewood, 111         18
English River, Ont 5, (IVI)
Enlaugra, Que         22
Enniskillen, N.B  8
Ensign, Alta         29
Entice, Alta •     (W)
Environ, Sask      (IVI)
Erindale, Ont • • • • 18, 26
Ernfold, Sask  6
Erskine, Alta       (B)
Essa, Ont         25
Esterhazy, Sask       (B)
Estevan, Sask.(c) (B), (M)
Estuary, 3ask •       (M)
Etzikom, Alta •••••*    \< M>
Expanse, Sask..      (M>
Table
Exshaw, Alta  i i... 6
Eyebrow, Sask *.... (M)
Fabre, Que  (IVI)
Fannystelle, Man  (B)
Farnham, Que. (c)  8, 22
Farrellton, Que  (E)
Fassett, Que .  15
Federal, Alta  (B)
Fenwick, Ont  24
Ferland, Sask  (M)
Fernmount, N.B  (M)
Field, B.C. © 1,2,6,7
Fife Lake, Sask  (IVI)
Fillmore, Sask  (B)
Fincastle, Alta  28
Finch, Ont  17
Findlay, Man  (B)
Finmark, Ont ...5, (IVI)
Finnegan, Alta  (IVI)
Finns, Man  (B)
Fir Mountain, Sask  (IVI)
Fishing Lake, Sask  (IVI)
Fitzallen, Alta  (M)
Fleet, Alta  (B)
Fleming, Sask  5
Flesherton, Ont  26
Flintoft, Sask  (IVI)
Floors, Man  (M)
Foam Lake, Sask (B), (M)
Forde, B.C  7
Foremost, Alta  (IVI)
Forget, Sask   (B)
Forks of Credit, Ont  26
Forrest, Man  (B), (M)
Forshee, Alta  (IVI)
Fort Erie, Ont.(c)  24
Fort Macleod. Alta  29
Fort Nelson, B.C  (D)
Fort St. John, B.C  . (D)
Fort William, Ont.©(c) 1,2,4,5, (IVI)
Fosston, Sask  (M)
Foster, Que  8
Fox Valley, Sask  (M)
Foxwarren, Man ...., (B)
Francis, Sask  (B)
Franklin, Man  (B)
Franktown, Ont ..... 19
Franz, Ont  3,4
Fraserwood, Man  (B)
Fraxa, Ont  26
Fredericton, N.B.(c).8,11, (B), (M)
Fredericton Jct., N.B. ...*  8, 11
French River, Ont.  25
Frobisher, Sask  (B)
Frontier, Sask  (M)
Fulda, Sask  (M)
Fulford, Que  8
Fusilier, Sask  (M)
Gaboury, Que..  (IVI)
Gadsby, Alta  (B)
Gagetown Camp, N.B.. 11, (B)
Gaines, Sask  (M)
Galt, Ont. (c)  . 16, 18
Garden River, Ont  23
Garson, Man  (B)
Gascoigne, Sask  (M)
Gatine, Alta  (M)
Gatineau, Que  15
Gautier, Man  (M)
Gayford, Alta  (M)
Gendreau, Que  (IVI)
Genelle, B.C  (B)
Geneva, Ont  4
Geoffroy, Que  (M)
Gibbs, Sask  (E)
Gimli, Man  (B)
Glacier, B.C  2. 7
Glade, B.C  (B)
Gladmar, Sask  (M)
Gladstone, Man  (B)
Gladwin, B.C  7
Glamis, Sask  (IVI)
Glasnevin, Sask  (M)
Gleichen, Alta  6
Glenboro, Man  (B)
Glenbow, Alta  6
Glenbush, Sask  (M)
Glencoe, Ont  18
Glen Ewen, Sask  (B)
Glen Otter, Ont  23
Glenside, Sask  (M)
GlenTay, Ont  17, 20
Glenton, Que  22
Glentworth, Sask  (M)
Glenwood, Minn. • 32
Goderich, Ont  (c)
Golburn, Sask • (w>
Golden, B.C  • • > t • • L 2, 7
Table
Goudie, Sask  (M)
Gould, Que  8
Go van, Sask '.. (B)
Govenlock, Sask  (M)
Grafton, Ont 16, 17
Grand Bay, N.B  8
Grand Coulee, Sask  6
Grande Pointe, Man  32
Grande Prairie, Alta  (D)
Grand Falls. N.B. (c)	
Grand Pre, N.S  10
Granta.Alta  (M)
Granum, Alta  29
Granville, N.B  (IVI)
Grassy Lake, Alta  28
Gravelle, Que  (E)
Grayson, Sask  (B)
Great Falls, Man  (B)
Greely.B.C  7
Green Valley, Ont  17
Greenville. Me 8, (IVI)
Greenwood, N.S  9
Grenfell, Sask ." 6
Grenville, Que  15
Gretna, Man. (c)  (B)
Griesbach, Alta  (M)
Griswold, Man  5
Grondines, Que  14
Grovehili, Que 15, (E)
Guelph, Ont.  (C)
Guelph Jct., Ont  16. 18
Guenette, Que  (E)
Guernsey, Sask  (B)
Gull Lake, Sask  6
Gunne, Ont .5, (M)
Gunnworth, Sask  (M)
Gunton, Man  (B)
Gwynne, Alta  (B)
Hagen.Sask  (M)
Haig.B.C  7
Hairy Hill, Alta (B), (M)
Halbrite, Sask  (B)
Haley's, Ont  21
Halifax, N.S. ® (c)  10
Halkirk, Alta  (B)
Hallonquist, Sask  (M)
Halsbury, Alta  (IVI)
Hamiota.Man (B), (M)
Hamilton, Ont.® (c) .16, 17, 20, 24
Hamlet, Alta  CM)
Hamlin, Sask  (M)
Hammond, Ont  15
Handel, Sask  (M)
Haney, B.C  7
Hantsport, N.S. (c)  10
Harding, Man  (IVI)
Hardisty, Alta  (B)
Hargrave, Man  5
Harrison Mills, B.C.... 1  7
Harrowby, Man  (B)
Hart, Sask  (M)
Hartney, Man  (B)
Harvey, N.B  8
Hatfield, Sask  (B)
Hatherleigh, Sask  (M)
Hatton, Sask  6
Hatzic, B.C  7
Havelock, Ont  20
Hawarden, Sask  (IVI)
Hawkesbury, Ont  15
Hawk Jct., Ont  3
Hawk Lake, Ont 5, (M)
Hayter, Alta  (B)
Haywood, Man  '(B)
Hazeldne,Alta (B), (M)
Hazelridge, Man 5, (IVI)
Hazenmore, Sask  (B)
Hearst, Out  3
Hector, B.C .... 6
Hemlo, Ont  1,4
Hendon, Sask (B), (M)
Herbert, Sask  6
Heron Bay. Ont  4
Hesketh, Alta  (M)
Hesporo, Alia  (B)
Heward, Saak  (B)
High Bluff, Man   5
High River, A Ita  29
Highwater, Que. (c)  22
Hilda, Alta  (M)
Hillside. N.B  (M)
Hirsch, Sask  (B)
Hitchcock, Sask  (B)
Hnausa, Man  (B)
Hoadley, Alta  (M)
Hobbema, Alta  27
Hotter, Sask  (M)
Holeb, Me    .. (M)
| Holland, Man  (B)
Table
Holland Centre, Ont         26
Holmfield, Man        (B)
Honeydale, N.B 13, (B)
Hope, B.C  7
Horizon, Sask      (M)
Hornby, Ont         18
Horndean, Man       (B)
Horsham, Sask      (M)
Hoyt.N.B  8
Hudson, Que 15, (E)
Hudson Heights, Que 15, (E)
Hughenden, Alta       (B)
Hughes, Man  5
Hull, Que. (c) 15,19, 21, (E)
Hull West, Que 19, 21
Humber, Ont         25
Humboldt, Sask      (IVI)
Hurkett, Ont  4
Husavick, Man       (B)
Hussar, Alta      (M)
Iberville, Que  8
Ibsen. Sask       (B)
Iddesleigh, Alta      (M)
Iffley.Sask      (M)
Ignace, Ont 1, 2, 5, (M)
He Perrot, Que 15, (E)
Indian Head, Sask  6
Indian River, Ont         20
Indus, Alta  6
Inglewood, Ont         26
Ingolf, Ont 5, (M)
Inkerman, Ont         17
Innerkip, Ont         18
Innisfail, Alta         27
Insinger, Sask       (B)
Inverlake, Alta      (IVI)
Inwood.Vt         22
Ireton^ Alta       (M)
Iron Bound Cove, N.B      (M)
Irricana, Alta      (M)
Irvine, Alta  6
Islington, Ont 18, 26
Ivanhoe.Ont          20
Ivry, Que       (E)
Jack Fish, Ont...  4
Jackman, Me 8, (IVI)
Jackson, Mich  18
Jansen, Sask  (B)
Jasper, Ont  19
Jeanette, Ont  18
Jenner, Alta  (IVI)
Johnville, Que  8
Josephburg, Alta  (IVI)
Judson, Alta  (M)
Julius, Man 5, (M)
Juneau, Alaska  37
Junor, Sask  (M)
Kaladar, Ont  20
Kalamalka, B.C  (IVI)
Kalamazoo, Mich  18
Kaleland, Alta.. (B), (M)
Kaministiquia, Ont 5, (IVI)
Kamloops, B.C. ® (A) (c). .1, 2, 7
Kanaka, B.C  7
Kananaskis, Alta  6
Kandahar, Sask  (B)
Katz, B.C  7
Kavanagh, Alta  27
Kayville, Sask  (M)
Keefers, B.C  7
Keeler, Sask  (M)
Keewatin, Ont 5, (M)
Kelfield, Sask  (IVI)
Kelowna, B.C.(A) (c).(B),31,33,(M)
Kelstern, Sask  (Ml)
Kemnay, Man  5
Kemptville, Ont 17, 20
Kendry, Ont  20
Kenora, Ont. ® (c) 1,2, 5, (M)
Kent Bridge, Ont  18
Kenton, Man (B) (M)
Kentville, N.S. @ (c)  10
Keoma, Alta  (IVI)
Keppel, Sask  (B)
Kerrobert, Sask.,  (M)
Ketchikan, Alaska  37
Khedive, Sask   (M)
Killaly, Sask  (B)
Killam, Alta  (B)
Killamey, Man  (B)
Killean, Ont  18
Kincaid, Sask...     (B)
Kincorth, Sask  6
Kingston, N.S  io
Kingston, Ont.(c)  16
Kinley, Sask  (B)
Klnnaird, B.C  (B)
Table
Kinogama, Ont  4
Kipawa, Que  (M)
Kirkcaldy, Alta  29
Kirkella. Man  5
Kirkpatrick, Alta  (M)
Kirriemuir, Alta  (IVI)
Kisbey, Sask   (B)
Kitchener, Ont.(c)  16, 18
Kitsim, Alta  (M)
Kleinburg, Ont  25
Kneehill, Alta  (M)
Komarno, Man  (B)
Komoka, Ont  18
Kormak, Ont  4
Kronau, Sask  (B)
Kyle, Sask  (M)
Labelle, Que        (E)
Lacadie, Que  8
Lac Carre, Que       (E)
Lac du Bonnet, Man       (B)
Lachevrotiere, Que         14
Lachine, Que         15
Lachute, Que.(c)         15
Laclu, Ont 5, (M)
Lacombe, Alta .(B) 27. (M)
Lacoste, Que       (E)
Lac Saguay, Que       (E)
Lac Vert, Sask       (B)
La Fleche, Sask       (B)
Lajord, Sask       (B)
Lake Alma, Sask      (M)
Lake Joseph, Ont..........        25
Lake Louise, Alta  1,2,6
Lakenheath, Sask      (M)
Lakeside, Que 15, (E)
Lambton Park, Alta........     (IVI)
Lancaster, N.B  8
Lancer, Sask      (IVI)
Landseer, Man       (B)
Lang, Sask        (B)
Langdon, Alta      (M)
Langenburg, Sask       (B)
Laniel, Que      (M)
Lanigan, Sask  .(B), (M)
Lanoraie, Que         14
La Perade, Que         14
Larchwood, Ont  4
La Riviere. Man.. .       (B)
Larkin, B.C ...(B), (M)
LaSalle, Que  8
Lathom, Alta  .6, (M)
Lauder, Man ;..       (B)
Laurel, Ont         26
Laval-des-Rapides, Que 14, (E)
Lavaltrie, Que         14
Laverlochere, Que..........     (M)
Lawrence Stn., N.B  .13, (B)
Layco, Sask      (IVI)
Leacross, Sask  (B), (IVI)
Leader, Sask..      (M)
Leanchoil, B.C  7
Leaside, Ont 16,17, 20
Leduc, Alta .,...27,(IVI)
Legend, Alta      (M)
Lehigh, Alta      (M)
Leipzig, Sask      (M)
Lemberg, Sask        (B)
Lemsford, Sask      (M)
Lennoxville, Que  8
Lenore, Man       (W)
Lens, Ont         17
Leonard, Ont         15
Leoville, Sask      (IVI)
L'Epiphanie, Que         14
Lesage, Que        (E)
Leslie, Sask        (B)
Lethbridge, Alta. (c).. . 28, 29, (M)
Levack, Ont  4
Levis, Que.(c)         14
Licford, N.B       (M)
Lillestrom, Sask       (IVI)
Linacre, Sask ,     (IVI)
Linden, Alta       (IVI)
Lisieux, Sask.      (M)
Livingstone, Ont         23
A Lloydminster, Sask. ..(B),     (M)
Lochalsh, Ont  4
Locust Hill, Ont         20
Lomer, Que         14
London, Ont.®(c)..:......   16, 18
Long Pond, Me      (IW)
Long Swamp, Que  8
Lonsdale, Ont         17
Loomis, Sask      (M)
Loon, Ont  4
A C.P. Station and P.O. in Saskatchewan. Part of town also in
Alberta.
29 Table
Loreburn, Sask  (M)
Lorette. Que  14
Lorrainville, Que  (M)
Lougheed, Alta  (B)
Louiseville, Que.(c)  14
Lovering, Ont  25
Lowell, Mass  22
Lowelltown, Me  (M)
Lowther, Ont 5, (M)
Loyalist, Alta  (M)
Lumberton, B.C  (M)
Lumby Jct., B.C  (M)
Lurgan, Sask  (M)
Lydiatt, Man 5, (M)
Lyndonville, Vt  22
Lytton, B.C  7
McAdam, N.B.®(c) 8,13, (B)
McCord, Sask  (M)
Mclndoes, Vt  22
McKague, Sask  (M)
McKerrow, Ont  23
McLean, Sask  6
McMahon, Sask  (M)
McTaggart, Sask  (B)
Maberley, Ont  20
Macdonald, Man  (B)
Macgregor, Man  5
Mackamp, Me  (M)
Mackenzie, Ont  4
Macklin, Sask  (B)
Macoun, Sask  (B)
MacTier, Ont.® 1, 2, 25
Madoc, Ont  20
Magaguadavic, N.B  8
Magog, Que.(c)  8
Majestic, Alta  (M)
Major, Sask  (M)
Makepeace, Alta  (M)
Malakwa, B.C  7
Malonton, Man  (B)
Manchester, N.H  22
Manitou, Man  (B)
Mankota, Sask  (IVI)
Manor, Sask  (B)
Manotick, Ont   17, 20
Manvers, Ont  20
Manyberries, Alta  (IVI)
Maple Creek, Sask  6
Mapledale, Que  22
Marathon, Ont  1,4
Marchweil, Sask  (B)
Marelan, Que  15
Margach, Ont 5. (M)
Markdale, Ont  26
Markstay, Ont  4
Marquette, Man  5
Marquis, Sask  (M)
Martin, Ont 5, (IVI)
Marwayne, Alta (B), (IVI)
Marysville Jct., N.B  (M)
Mascouche, Que  14
Masefleld, Sask  (M)
Maskinonge, Que  14
Massey, Ont  23
Masson, Que  15
Matador, Sask  (M)
Matchee, Sask  (M)
Mather, Man  (B)
Matlock, Man  (B)
Mattawa, Ont  4
Mattawamkeag, Me  8
Matzhiwin, Alta  (M)
Maxstone, Sask  (IVI)
Mayhew, Ont  21
Mayo, Yukon  (D)
Mayook, B.C  (M)
Mazeppa, Alta  29
Meadow Lake, Sask (B). (M)
Meadows, Man  5
Meadowside, Ont  4
Meadow vale, Ont  26
Meat h, Ont  21
Medicine Hat, Alta.®(c) 1, 2, 6, 28
Medonte, Ont  25
Medora, Man  (B)
Medstead, Sask  (M)
Meetoos, Sask  (M)
Megantic, Que.(c) 8, (M)
Mekastoe, Alta  29
Melbourne, Man  5
Meleb, Man  (B)
Melfort, Sask  (B)
Melita, Man  (B)
Melville, Ont  26
Menaik, Alta  27
Mendham, Sask  (M)
Merrickville, Ont  17, 20
Metagama, Ont  4
Meteghan. N.S  10
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Table
Metiskow, Alta       (B)
Meyronne, Sask        (B)
Michigan City, Ind         18
Midale, Sask        (B)
Middle Lake, Sask      (M)
Middleton, N.S. (c)         10
Midhurst, Ont         25
Midland. N.B      (M)
Milan, Que  8
Milden, Sask       (M)
Milestone, Sask       (B)
Millett, Alta         27
Millicent, Alta      (M)
Millicete, N.B      (M)
Milton, Ont         18
Miniota, Man        (M)
Minneapolis, Minn.©(c)    2, 32
Minnedosa, Man (B), (M)
Minnitaki, Ont 5, (M)
Minto, N.B       (M)
Minton, Sask      (M)
Missanabie, Ont       1,4
Mission City, B.C 1, 2, 7
Missisquoi, Vt  22
Mississauga, Ont         23
Moberly, B.C  7
Mobert, Ont  4
Mollison, Sask      (M)
Molson, Man 5, (M)
Monarch, Alta         29
Mondou, Sask       (M)
Monklands, Ont         17
Monitor, Alta      (M)
Montebello, Que         15
(Seigniory Club)
Monte Creek, B.C  7
Mont-Gabriel, Que        (E)
Mont-Laurier, Que        (E)
Montreal, Que. (A) ©(c). .1, 2, 4, 8,
12,14, 15, 16, 17, 22
23, 28, 31, (E)
Montreal West, Que 1, 4, 8, 12,
14, 15, 16, 17, 22, (E)
Mont Rolland, Que       (E)
Mont Tremblant, Que        (E)
Moore's Camp, Me       (M)
Moore's Mills, N.B....,. ... 13, (B)
Moor Lake, Ont  4
Moosehead, Me       (M)
Moose Jaw, Sask.©(c). .(B) 1, 2, 6,
(M)
Moosomln, Sask  5
Morden, Man        (B)
Morecambe, Alta (B), (M)
Morkill, Me  .     (M)
Morley, Alta  6
Morningside, Alta         27
Morris, Man        (B)
Morrison, Que        (E)
Morse, Sask  6
Mortlach, Sask  6
Mossbank, Sask      (M)
Mountain, Ont         17
Mountain Grove, Ont         20
Mount Orford, Que  8
Moyie, B.C 28, (M)
Mozart, Sask        (B)
Murillo, Ont 5, (IVi)
Musidora, Alta.. (B), (M)
Myrnam, Alta (B), (M)
Myrtle, Ont         20
Nacmine, Alta  (M)
Naieam, Sask  (B)
Nairn, Ont 23, (M)
Naiscoot, Ont  25
Nanaimo, B.C. ® (c) .1, 2, 30, 35, 36
Nantel, Que  (E)
Nantes, Que  8
Nanton, Alta  29
Napinka, Man  (B)
Nashua, N.H   22
Naughton, Ont 23, (M)
Navan, Ont  15
Neeb, Sask  (M)
Neepawa, Man  (B)
Nelson, B.C.(c)  (B)
Nemegos, Ont  4
Nemiskam, Alta  (M)
Nesbitt, Man  (B)
Nestorville, Ont  23
Netley, Man  (B)
Neudorf, Sask  (B)
Nevis, Alta  (B)
Newcastle, B.C  17
Newcastle, Ont  16
Newcastle Bridge, N.B  (M)
Newdale, Man  (B)
New Lismore,, Que  (E)
Newport, Vt  22
Table
Newstead, Man       (B)
New Westminster, B.C.....   1, 2, 7
New York, N.Y    12, 24
Neys, Ont  4
Niblock, Ont .5, (M)
Nicholson, Ont  4
Nicomen, B.C  7
Nightingale, Alta      (M)
Niles, Mich         18
Ninga, Man        (B)
Nipawin, Sask (B), (M)
Nipigon, Ont       1,4
Nisku, Alta 27,(M)
Niverville, Man         32
Nobel, Ont  25
Nobleford, Alta         29
Nokomis, Sask        (B)
Nominingue, Que        (E)
Nora, Sask      (M)
Norma, Alta      (M)
North Battleford, Sask.(c).(B), (IVI)
North Bay, Ont.®(c) 1, 2, 4, 23
North Bend, B.C.® 1, 2, 7
North Transcona, Man 5, (M)
North Troy, Vt         22
Northway, Sask      (M)
Norwood, Ont         20
Notch Hill, B.C  7
Notukeu, Sask      (M)
Noyes, Minn     2, 32
Oakbank, Man 5, (M)
Oak Lake, Man  5
Oak River, Man,       (M)
Oakshela, Sask  6
Oakville. Ont         24
Oba. Ont  3
Odell River, N.B      (M)
Odium, B.C  7
Ogden, Alta 6, (M)
Ogema, Sask      (IVI)
Ohaton, Alta        (B)
Okotoks, Alta         29
Olds, Alta         27
Old Wives, Sask      (M)
Onawa, Me      (M)
Onward, Sask      (M)
Orangeville, Ont. (c)         26
Orford Lake, Que  8
Orillia, Ont.(c)         25
Orion, Alta      (M)
Orkney, Sask      (M)
Orleans, Vt         22
Ormeaux, Sask      (M)
Ormiston, Sask      (M)
Oromocto, N.B 11, (B)
Orr's Lake. Ont  18
Osage, Sask       (B)
Osaquan, Ont 5, (M)
Osgoode, Ont   17, 20
Oshawa, Ont.(c)   16, 17
Ottawa, Ont.®(c)....l, 2, 4, 15, 16,
17, 19, 20, 21, 23, (E)
Ottawa West, Ont  19, 21
Otterburne. Man         32
Oungre, Sask.(c)      (M)
Outlook, Sask      (M)
Outram, Sask      (M)
Owen Sound, Ont. (c)         26
Oxbow, Sask       (B)
Oxdrift, Ont 5, (M)
Oyama, B.C  (B), (M)
Ozada, Alta  6
Pakenham, Ont  21
Pakesley, Ont  25
Pakowki, Alta  (M)
Palgrave, Ont  25
Pangman, Sask  (IVI)
Panton, Sask  (M)
Papineauville, Que  15
Parham, Ont  17
Parkbeg, Sask  6
Parkdale, Ont 16,18, 25, 26
Parkland, Alta  29
Parry Sound, Ont.(c)  1, 25
Pascal, Sask  (M)
Pashley, Alta  6
Pasqua, Sask  6
Patricia, Alta  (M)
Payne, Ont  21
Peachland, B.C (B), 33
Peacock, Alta  29
Pearce, Alta  29
Pearl, Ont  4
Pembroke, Ont.(c) 1,4, 21
Pemukan, Alta  (W)
Pendennis, Man (M)
Penhold, Alta  27
Penn, Sask  (M)
Table
Pennant, Sask      (M)
Pennlyn, N.B      (M)
Pense, Sask  6
Penticton, B.C.(A)(c) (B), 33
Percival, Sask  5
Perdue, Sask       (B)
Perth, Ont.(c) 16,17,20
Perth Jct., N.B.       (M)
Petawawa, Ont     4, 21
Peterboro, Ont. (c) 16, 20
Petersfield, Man        (B)
Pettapiece, Man      (M)
Phippen, Sask.       (B)
Piapot, Sask  6
Pickerel, Ont.         25
Pickthall, Sask      (M)
Piedmont, Que        (E)
Pierard, Sask      (M)
Pilger, Sask      (M)
Pilot Butte, Sask.  6
Pilot Mound. Man        (B)
Pine, Ont 5, (fW)
Pine Beach, Que 15, (E)
Pipestone, Man        (B)
Pitt Meadows, B.C  7
Pivot, Alta      (M)
Plaisance, Que         15
Plantagenet, Ont         15
Plaster Rock, N.B      (M)
Player, Sask      (M)
Pleasantdale, Sask       (B)
Plum Coulee, Man       (B)
Plunkett, Sask       (B)
Pogamasing, Ont  4
Pointe au Baril, Ont         25
Pointe au Chene, Que         15
Pointe Claire, Que 15, (E)
Pointe du Lac, Que  14
Ponemah, Man       (B)
Ponoka, Alta         27
Ponteix, Sask       (B)
Pontrilas, Sask (B), (M)
Pont Rouge, Que  14
Pontypool, Ont         20
Poplar Point, Man  5
Portage la Prairie, Man (B), 1, 5
Port Arthur, Ont.(c) 1, 2, 4
Port Colborne, Ont.(c)         24
Port Credit, Ont         24
Port Hammond, B.C  7
Port Hope, Ont.(c) 16, 17
Portlock, Ont         23
Port McNicoll, Ont         25
Port Moody, B.C  7
Portneuf, Que         14
Portreeve, Sask      (M)
Postill, B.C      (M)
Poupore, B.C        (B)
Prefontaine, Que        (E)
Prelate, Sask      (M)
Prendergast, Sask      (M)
Prescott, Ont.(c)         16
Prince Albert, Sask. (c).... (B), (M)
Prince George, B.C. (c)       (D)
Prince Rupert, B.C. (c) 37,(D)
Princess, Alta      (M)
Prince William, N.B  8
Pritchard, B.C  7
Proton, Ont  26
Provost, Alta       (B)
Pulteney, Alta         29
Purple Springs, Alta         28
Puslinch, Ont         18
Qu'Appelle, Sask  6
Quebec, Que.®(c)  14
Quesnel, B.C       (D)
Radnor, Alta  6
Rafferty, Sask      (M)
Rainier, Alta      (M)
Raith, Ont 5, (M)
Raleigh, Ont 5, (M)
Ralph, Sask        (B)
Rampart, B.C       (M)
Ramsey, Ont.  4
Ranger, Sask      (IVI)
Rapid City, Man (M), (B)
Ratcliffe, Sask      (M)
Rathwell, Man       (B)
Ravenscrag, Sask      (M)
Readlyn, Sask      (M)
Redcliff, Alta  6
Red Deer, Alta.®(c) (B), 27
Red Jacket, Sask  5
Redmiil, Que         14
Red Rapids, N.B      (M)
Red Rock, Ont       1,4
Redvers, Sask       (B)
Reeds Island, N.B      (M)
Table
Retard, Sask..       (B)
Regan. Ont       1,4
Regina, Sask. @ (c) (B), 1, 2, 6, 28
Rembrandt, Man.        (B)
Renfrew, Ont. (c) 1, 4, 21
Rennie, Man 5, (M)
Resource, Sask       (B)
Reston, Man       (B)
Revelstoke, B.C. © (c) .1, 2, 7, (M)
Revenue, Sask      (M)
Reynaud, Sask      (M)
Richardson, Sask        (B)
Richford, Vt         22
Richmound, Sask      (IVI)
Ridout, Ont  4
Rigaud, Que 15, (E)
Rimbey, Alta      (M)
Ripples, N.B      (M)
Riverdaie, Man       (M)
Riverton, Man        (B)
Roblindale, Ont         17
Robsart, Sask      (IVI)
Rociiester, N.Y    . 24
Rockford, Ont         26
Rock Forest, Que  8
Rockglen, Sask       (M)
Rockhaven, Sask      (M)
Rocky Mountain House, Alta.    (B)
Roderick, Ont          25
Rogers, B.C  7
Romance, Sask        (B)
Romford, Ont     4, 25
Re  th, N.B .. 8
Rosedale, Alta      (M)
Rosedale, Ont 17, 20
Rosemary, Alta       (M)
Rosemere, Que 15, (E)
Rosemound, Sask      (M)
Rosenfeld, Man       (B)
Rose Valley, Sask      (M)
Rosser, Man  5
Rossport, Ont  4
Rosyth, Alta        (B)
Routledge, Man  5
Rowena, N.B      (M)
Ruby Creek, B.C  7
Runciman, Sask      (M)
Rush Lake, Sask  6
Ruskin, B.C  7
Russell, Man        (B)
Rusylvia, Alta (B), (M)
Rutherglen, Ont  4
Rutland, Sask      (M)
Rutter, Ont         25
Ste. Adele, Que        (E)
Ste. Agathe. Que. ©        (E)
St. Andrews, N.B. (c) 13, (B)
Ste. Annes (Ste-AnUe-de-
Bellevue), Que.. . . 15, 16, 17, (E)
St. Augustin, Que         15
St. Barthelemy, Que         14
St. Basile, Que         14
St. Benedict, Sask      (M)
St. Boniface, Man         32
St. Brigide, Que  8
St. Claude, Man       (B)
St. Clet, Que         17
St. Constant, Que  8
St. Cuthbert, Que         14
St. Eugene, Ont         15
St. Faustin, Que        (E)
St. Gregoire, Que  8
St. Hermas, Que         15
St. Janvier, Que       (E)
St. Jerome, Que. (c)       (E)
St. Joachim, Ont         18
Saint John, N.B. ® (c) 8, 9,10
St. Johns, Que. (c) (St. Jean).'     8
St. Johnsbury, Vt         22
St. Jovite, Que        (E)
St. Lazare, Que         17
St. Leonard, N.B. (c)	
Ste. Marguerite, Que        (E)
St. Martin, Que 14, (E)
St. Martin June, Que 14, (E)
St. Michael, Alta. ." (B), (M)
St. Paul, Minn ®     2, 32
St. Philippe, Que  8
Ste. Rose, Que 15, (E)
St. Sauveur, Que       (E)
Ste. Scholastique, Que         15
St. Stephen, N.B. (c) 13, (B)
Ste. Therese, Que 15  (E)
St. Vincent de Paul, Que....        14
Salmon Arm, B.C... .(B), 1, 2, 7, 31
Saltcoats, Sask       (B)
Sanctuary, Sask      (IVI)
Sand Point, Ont         21
Sandspit, B.C       (D) Table
Sandwitu, Sask      (M)
Sandy Hook, Man       (B)
Saskatchewan Be&ch, Sask...      (B)
Saskatoon, Sask (M),(B)
Saugeen, Ont        26
Saiilt Ste. Marie, Ont.(c).. .3,23, 25
Savanne, Ont 5, (IVI)
Sayona, B.C.  7
Scan<ha, Alta      (IVI)
Scentgrass, Sask      (M)
Sceptre, Sask      (IVI)
Schfeiber, Ont. ® 1, 2, 4
Schuier, Alta      (M)
Scotstown, Que  8
Scout Lake, Sask      (IVI)
Scovil, Ont 5, (M)
Seattle, Wash      1, 34
Secretan, Sask  6
Sedgewick, Alta        (B)
Sedley, Sask.       (B)
Seebe, Alta  6
Seigniory Club, Que         15
(see Montebello)
Semlin, B.C.  7
Senate, Sask      (M)
Sergent, Sask      (M)
Seven Persons, Alta         28
Severn Falls, Ont         25
Shackleton, Sask      (M)
Shamrock, Sask.      (IVI)
Shaj-bot Lake, Ont..         2
Sharpies, Alta      (M)
Sharrow,, Alta.      (M)
SMunavon, Sask       (IVI)
ShaWanaga, Ont         25
Shawbridge, Que        (E)
Sheho, Sask (B), (IVI)
Shehyn, Que      (M)
Shelburne, Ont         2(5
Shelley, Man 5. (M)
Shepard. Alta 6, (M)
Sherbrooke, Que. (c)  8
Sherwood Lake, Ont       (IVI)
Shilb Camp, Man       1,5
Shoal Lake, Man        (B)
shoreacres, B.C.      (B)
Sicamous, B.C. ®        2,7
Sidewood, Sask  6
Sidney. Man  5
Silverdale, B.C  7
Silver, Man       (B)
Silver Park, Sask       (B)
Sihiard, Que        (IVI)
Simmie, Sask      (M)
Siiitaluta, Sask  6
Skagway, Alaska         37
Skiff, Alta.      (IVI)
Skinner, Me      (IVI)
Slawa, Alta (B), (M)
Sinithers, B.C..       (D)
Smiths Falls, Ont.® (c).16, 17, 19
20, 21
Smithville, Ont         24
Snake River, Ont         21
Snedden, Ont         21
Snejgroye, Ont         26
Solsgirth, Man        (B)
Solsqua, B.C 7, (IVI)
Sonnin^dale, Sask       (IVI)
Souris, Man.       (B)
SoUthall, Sask      (M)
South Devon, N.B       (M)
Table
South Edmonton, Alta 27, (M)
Southesk, Alta   (OT>
Southey, Sask  (B)
South Fork, Sask  (M)
South Slocan, B.C  (B)
South Stukely, Que  8
Spalding, Sask.  (B)
Spanish, Ont  23
Spence's Bridge, B.C  7
Spinney Hill, Sask  (M)
Spragge, Ont  23
Springfield, Mass  24
Springside, Sask  (B)
Spuzzum, B.C.  7
Squaw Brook, Me  (M)
Squilax, B.C  7
Stamp, Sask  (M)
Standard, Alta  (IVI)
Staplehurst, Alta.  (M)
Star, Alta (B), (IVS)
Starbuck, Man  (B)
Stardale, Ont  15
Stavely, Alta  29
Staynerville, Que  15
Stephen, B.C  6
Stettler, Alta  (B)
Stirling, Alta  (IVI)
Stittville, Ont 19, 21
Stockholm, Sask  (B)
Stockton, Man  (B)
Stonehenge, Sask  (M)
Stonewall, Man  (B)
Stoney Creek, B.C  7
Stony Mountain, Man  (B)
Stoughton, Sask  (B)
Strangmuir, Alta  6
Strasbourg, Sask  (B)
Strathclair, Man  (B)
Strathmore, Alta  6
Strathmore, Que 15, (E)
Streamstown, Alta  (IVI)
Streetsville, Ont 18, 26
Strome, Alta  (B)
Strongfield, Sask  (M)
Struan, Sask  (IVI)
Struthers, Ont  4
Sturgeon Falls, Ont  4
Success, Sask  (M)
Sudbury, Ont. © (c). 1,2, 4, 23. 25
Suffleld, Alta  6
Sulphide, Ont  20
Sultan, Ont  4
Summerberry, Sask  6
Summerland, B.C (B), 33
Sunnybrook, Alta  (M)
Sunnyside, Ont  24
Sunnyslope, Alta  (M)
Superb, Sask  (M)
Supreme, Sask  (IVI)
Sutton, Que. (c)  22
Swift Current, Sask. (c). 1, 2, 6, (M)
Sylvania, Sask  (M)
Sylvan Lake, Alta  (B)
Syracuse, N.Y  24
Tabaret, Que  (M)
Taber, Alta  28
Tache, Ont 5, (M)
Taft, B.C  7
Tappen, B.C  7
Tarratine, Me  (M)
Tatagwa, Sask  (M)
Table
Tee Lake, Que  (M)
Tees, Alta  (B)
Telford, Man 5, (M)
Temiscaming, Que  (M)
Templeton, Que  15
Terrace, B.C  (D)
Terrace Bay, Ont.  1,4
Terrebonne, Que  14
Teulon, Man  (B)
Thackeray, Sask  (M)
Thamesford, Ont  18
Thamesville, Ont  18
Theodore, Sask  (B)
Thessalon, Ont  23
Thief River Falls, Minn  32
Thompson, B.C  7
Thornhill, Man  (B)
Thorsby, Alta  (M)
Thrasher, Sask  (IVI)
Three Brooks, N.B  (M)
Three Valley, B.C 7, (M)
Throne, Alta  (M)
Thrums, B.C  (B)
Thurso, Que  15
Tichborne, Ont  17
Tiger Hills, Sask  (M)
Tilbury, Ont, (c)  18
Tilley, Alta  6
Tisdale, Sask.. (B), (IVI)
Tobey, Sask  (M)
Tobique Narrows, N.B  (IVI)
Toketic, B.C  7
Tompkins, Sask  6
Tornea, Sask  (M)
Toronto. Ont. © (c) (A) 1, 2, 4, 16,
17, 18, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 31
Torquay. Sask  (M)
Torrington, Alta  (M)
Tottenham, Ont  .25
Tracy, N.B  8
Trail, B.C. (A) (c)  (B)
Tramping Lake, Sask  (M)
Tranquille, B.C    7
Trefoil, Alta  (M)
Treherne. Man  (B)
Trenton. Ont. (c) 16, 17
Trenton Jct., Ont  16, 17
Trewdale, Sask  (M)
Trois-Rivieres, Que. © (c).. 14
Trossachs. Sask  (M)
Tuberose, Sask  (IVI)
Tudor, Alta  (M)
Tugaske, Sask  (M)
Turbine, Ont  23
Turner, Alta  29
Tuxford, Sask  (M)
Tway, Sask  (M)
Tweed. Ont  20
Twin Butte, B.C  7
Two Hills, Alta (B), (M)
Tyndall, Man  (B)
Tyson, Sask  (M)
Tyvan, Sask  (B)
Unity, Sask        (B)
Upsala, Ont 5, (M)
Urban, Sask       (M)
Uren, Sask  6
Utica, N.Y  24
Val David, Que        (E)
Valeport, Sask        (B)
Table
Valmarie, Sask      (M)
ValMorin, Que       (E)
Valois, Que 15, (E)
Vance, Sask       (B)
Vanceboro, Me. ©  8
Vancouver, B.C. © (A)
1,2,7,31, 35, 36,37
Vankleek Hill, Ont         15
Vantage, Sask      (M)
Varcoe, Man      (M)
Vaucluse, Que         14
Vaudreuil, Que 15, 17 (E)
Vegreville, Alta (B), (M)
Verger, Alta      (IVI)
Vermilion Bay, Ont 5, (M)
Verner, Ont  4
Vernon, B.C. (c) (B), 31
Versailles, Que  8
Verulam. Sask      (M)
Verwood, Sask      (M)
Vesper, Sask      (M)
Veteran. Alta (B), (IVI)
Viceroy, Sask      (M)
Victoria, B.C. (c) 1, 30, 34, 36
Victoria Mine, Ont 23, (M)
Vidora, Sask      (M)
Ville Marie, Que      (M)
Virden, Man       1,5
Viscount, Sask        (B)
Vogel, Sask      (M)
Vulcan, Alta         29
Wabigoon, Ont 5, (M)
Wadena, Sask (B), (IVI)
Waitville, Sask.  (M)
Waldeck, Sask  6
Waleach, B.C  7
Walford, Ont  23
Walhachin, B.C  7
Walkerville Jct., Ont  18
Wallace, Sask  (M)
Walsh, Alta.  6
Wanapitei, Ont  4
Wanup, Ont  25
Wapella, Sask  5
Wapske, N.B  (M)
Warburg, Alta  (M)
Wardner, B.C....  (M)
Warren, Ont  4
Wartime, Sask.  (IVI)
Warwick, Alta  (M)
Wasa. B.C  (M)
Watson, Sask  (B)
Watson Lake, Yukon  (D)
Watt Jct., N.B 13, (B)
Wauchope, Sask  (B)
Webb, Sask  6
Webbwood, Ont  23
Welland, Ont. (c)  24
Wells River, Vt  22
Welsford, N.B  8
Westbank, B.C (B),33
West Bend, Sask  (M)
West Brome, Que  22
West Burke, Vt  22
Westerham, Sask  (M)
Westfield Beach, N.B  8
West Fort William, Ont 5, (M)
Westmount, Que 1, 4, 8, 12, 14,
15, 16, 17, 22, (E)
Weston, Ont  25
West Shefford, Que  8
Table
West Toronto, Ont. (c)
1. 16, 18, 25, 26
Wetaskiwin, Alta (B), 27
Weyburn, Sask. (c)   (B), (M)
Weymouth, N.S. (c)  9
Wheatland, Man      (M)
Wheatstone, Sask      (IVI)
Whitby, Ont.  16, 17
White Fish. Ont         23
Whitehorse, Yukon (c)       (D)
Whitemouth, Man 5, (M)
White River, Ont. © 1, 2, 4
White River Jct., Vt         22
Whitewood, Sask  5
Whitford, Alta (B), (M)
Whitla, Alta         28
Whitney, Alta         29
Whonock, B.C  7
Whytewold, Man        (B)
Wilkie, Sask (B), (M)
Wilkinson, Ont  17
Willard, Man         32
Williams Lake, B.C       (D)
Willingdon, Alta (B), (M)
Willow Creek, Alta      (M)
Willows, Sask      (IVI)
Wilson, Alta      (M)
Wimborne, Alta      (M)
Winchester, Ont.         17
Windsor, N.S. (c)         10
Windsor, Ont. (c) 16, 18
Windsor Jct., N.S         10
Windy Lake, Ont  4
Winfield, Alta      (M)
Winfield, B.C (B), (M)
Winkler, Man        (B)
Winnifred, Alta         28
Winnipeg, Man. ® (c) (A)..       (B)
1,2,5,28,32, (M)
Winnipeg Beach, Man       (B)
Wirral. N.B  8
Wishart, Sask      (M)
Wolfville, N.S. (c)         10
Wolseley, Sask  6
Woman River, Ont  4
Wood Bay, Man       (B)
Woodbridge, Ont         25
Woodhouse, Alta         29
Wood Mountain, Sask      (M)
Woodrow, Sask        (B)
Woodstock, Ont. (c) 16, 18
Woodstock, N.B.(c)	
Worcester, Mass         24
Worthington, Ont  23
Wostok, Alta (B), (M)
Wrangell, Alaska         36
Wrentham, Alta      (M)
Wyatt, Sask      (M)
Wylie, Ont  4
Wymark, Sask      (M)
Wynyard, Sask       (B)
Yale, B,C  7
Yamachiche, Que  14
Yarmouth, N.S. (c)  10
Yellow Grass, Sask  (B)
Yeoman, Sask  (M)
Yorkton, Sask. (c)  (B)
Young's Cove Road, N.B.... (M)
Ypres, Ont  25
Zorra, Ont  18
MISCELLANEOUS  INFORMATION
Page
Agencies   24, 25
Baggage..     32
Canadian Pacific Air Lines    Inside Back Cover
Children       32
Conditions, Tickets, Equipment, Etc      32
Cb-Ordinated Rail and Bus Services    28 to 3 1
Conventions • • • •      1°
Credit Card      14
Customs      32
Customs Entry Ports, List of    28 to 3 1
Dogs      32
Express — Travellers Cheques      21
'faresaver' Plan Fares      27
Freight Services        8
Great Lakes    19 and 32
Page
Hotels    12, 2 1, Inside Back Cover
Index to Stations    28 to 31
Industrial and Agricultural Development        7
Information (General)      32
Lost Articles      32
Meal Stations    28 to 31
Mixed Trains    28 to 3 1
Notice to Passengers      32
Optional Routes      32
Passenger With Automobile Plan      23
Rent-A-Car      18
Standard Time Governing Train Movements      32
Steamship Services Inside Front Cover
Stop-overs     32
Telecommunications      13
31 GENERAL INFORMATION
and
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS
CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS,  ETC.  REGARDING TICKETS,  EQUIPMENT,
BAGGAGE SCHEDULES AND OTHER SERVICES
Tickets are on sale at the Company's ticket offices to points in Canada, United States, Mexico,
Europe, Hawaiian Islands, Australia and New Zealand.
Tickets Lost.—Railway Companies are not responsible for lost tickets and do not assume
any liability for the loss of same. Purchase another ticket and take Conductor's or Ticket Agenfs
receipt for amount paid. Write General Passenger Agent of the Railway from which lost ticket was
purchased, enclosing receipt and explaining circumstances. Write name and permanent address
distinctly.    If ticket is found and unused the Company will refund its value.
Children, five years of age and under twelve, half fare. Under five years of age when accompanied by parent or guardian free.
Routes.—Tickets will be honored by the shortest and most direct line only, unless otherwise
stated.
Stop Overs are granted on certain classes of tickets in accordance with tariff regulations.
Detailed information as to these privileges can be obtained from Agents.
Honoring Tickets to Non-stop Stations.—Passengers holding tickets to stations at which
through train does not stop will be required to transfer at last stopping point short of destination
and to use first following local train scheduled to stop at destination.
Equipment.—Cars equipped with and providing travel accommodation, services and facilities,
including air conditioning, fully adjustable seats and other appurtenances have been assigned to
regular sections of its trains as shown in this timetable or as otherwise published. All reasonable
efforts will be made to provide this equipment but it is subject to change without notice as may be
necessitated by volume and requirements of traffic or emergency. The Company reserves the right
to employ at any time other equipment lacking certain of such facilities including, but without
restricting the generality hereof, non-air conditioned cars, in substitution or addition to such equipment on any regular and extra sections of its trains and does not guarantee the availability of any
cars, accommodation, services or facilities as specified herein or as otherwise published, or assume
any responsibility for any loss, damage, injury or inconvenience whatsoever or wheresoever arising
from any deficiency thereof on any of its trains or any corresponding, connecting or other trains on
its lines or elsewhere of any other Company providing forward, return or other transportation of
Baggage consists of wearing apparel, toilet articles and similar effects, except liquids, necessary
for the comfort and convenience of the passenger on the journey, and must be enclosed in proper
receptacles, such as trunks, valises, etc.
No single piece of baggage or other article weighing more than 250 pounds will be accepted for
transportation in regular baggage service.
The Railway will endeavour to forward baggage or other articles on the same train or steamer
with passenger, but will not be responsible for failure to do so.
Unless otherwise stipulated, 150 pounds of baggage, not exceeding $100-00 in value, will be
checked without charge on each adult passenger ticket and 75 pounds, not exceeding $50-00 in value,
for a child travelling on a half ticket. Baggage exceeding these weights or values will be charged
for at current rates.
Caution.—It is unlawful to carry in checked baggage or in passenger coaches radioactive
matter, or anything of a combustible or explosive nature, such as matches, gunpowder, nitroglycerine, dynamite, inflammable moving picture films.
Dogs and other small domestic pets are transported in baggage cars, subject to tariff regulations.
When a blind person, holding a rail ticket or a pass, is accompanied by a dog which serves as a guide
or leader for such blind person, he will be permitted to take the dog into railway operated coaches or
chair cars (not classed as parlor cars).
A totally blind person, holding a rail passage ticket or a pass, who is accompanied by a "seeing
eye" dog specially trained as guide or leader, and who has purchased any type of private room
accommodation, may take his dog with him into such room. The dog must be kept in the owner's
room, and shall not be allowed in any open sleeping or parlor car space or in section, buffet, lounge
or Club cars. In Canada, the carriage of other dogs and pets of any nature is prohibited
in passenger accommodation.
Storage on Baggage.—Storage will be charged in accordance with current tariffs on each
piece of baggage remaining at stations over the authorized free time limit.
Customs.—U.S. Customs officers are at Montreal, Windsor Station, daily and at Toronto (after
2.00 p.m.) daily e ;cept Sunday, throughout the year, to examine baggage destined to U.S. points.
The Canada Customs officers are located at all points in Canada designated by the letter (c)
in station index of this folder and baggage from the United States checked to these points will be
forwarded, in bond, for examination at time of delivery.
Baggage checked through Canada, from one United States point to another United
States point, or from a station in Canada to another point in Canada via the United States,
is not subject to examination by Customs Officials.
Hand Baggage.—Passengers are only entitled to take into the cars with them a reasonable
quantity of hand baggage.
Baggage Insurance.—The Company's liability for baggage is limited, and passengers are
recommended to fully protect themselves by insurance. Policies can be obtained at reasonable
rates from principal Canadian Pacific offices.
Lost Articles.—Enquiries for articles left on trains or in waiting-rooms at stations, should be
made to uniformed employees or to the nearest Station Ticket Agent.
Avoid Danger from Fire.— In the public interest the use by passengers on railway trains of
wood alcohol or oil fuel lamps, solidified alcohol or other methods of heating food is prohibited.
Food may be heated on the cars by means only of the appliances provided by the railway.
Tourist Sleeping Cars are operated on Transcontinental trains I and 2.
Dining and Cafe or Buffet Cars are operated on many trains.
Restaurants are located at convenient stations.
General.—In the event of any disagreement with Conductor regarding tickets, privileges, etc.,
passengers should pay Conductor's claim, obtain receipt and refer case to Passenger Traffic Manager.
Conductor has no discretionary power in such matters, but is governed by rules which he is not
authorized to change.
Time.—Standard time is used. 12.0! a.m. to 12.00 noon in light faced type. 12-01 p.m. to
12.00 midnight in heavy faced type.
The Company does not undertake that the trains or steamers shall start or arrive at the times
herein specified, nor will it be accountable for any loss, inconvenience or injury which may arise
from delays or detention; nor will it be responsible for any delay, detention, loss or injury whatsoever arising off its lines or from the acts or defaults of other parties, nor for the correctness of the
times over the lines of other companies, nor for the arrival of this Company's own trains or steamers
in time for or to connect with the nominally corresponding trains or steamers of this or any other
Company.
Train, Steamship and Air Lines times shown herein are not guaranteed.
OPTIONAL ROUTES
Tickets reading between Montreal and Toronto will be honored via Lake Ontario Shore Line
through Belleville or via Peterboro.
There are also other optional routes available over Canadian Pacific, particulars of which can be
obtained from agents.
STANDARD TIME
GOVERNING TRAIN MOVEMENTS
All schedules in this folder are printed in STANDARD TIME,
(Daylight Time is one hour later than Standard.)
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When it is 1.00 p.m. in the Maritime* it is
9.00 a.m. in British Columbia.
Great Lakes Cruises
Enjoy a magnificent 5-day cruise across the
Great Lakes! Or break your rail trip to or
from the West with an exhilarating 2-day
voyage on Lake Superior and Georgian Bay.
You'll relax luxuriously aboard the S.S..
Keewatin or S.S. Assiniboia, cruise ships of
the Canadian Pacific Great Lakes fleet.
First boat train leaves Toronto for Port
McNicoll Saturday, June 6th at 12.01 p.m.
EST; then each Wednesday and Saturday
until Sept. 12th. All-inclusive 5-day cruise
from $90. (Meal tax extra.) Automobiles also
carried between Port McNicoll - Sault Ste.
Marie and Fort William. Information from
your travel agent or Canadian Pacific.
Canadian (/acinic
TRAINS / TRUCKS / SHIPS / PLANES / HOTELS / TELECOMMUNICATIONS
WORLD'S   MOST   COMPLETE   TRANSPORTATION   SYSTEM
32 WHEREVER
IN THE WORLD
YOU WANT TO GO
Longing to lounge on the Lido? Hankering to hula
at a luau? Take a tip—take a tour! It costs less than
you think—because Canadian Pacific tours are well
within your holiday budget! Canadian Pacific
Super DC-8 Jets and Jet Props are Canada's flag
carriers between five continents. And Canadian
Pacific Empress service makes every trip a grand
tour! Travel in the friendly air . . . let Canadian
Pacific jet you there. See your Travel Agent or any
Canadian Pacific office.
rtjser^
a room
service
FAST RESERVATIONS
ACROSS CANADA BY
RESERfi-A-ROOM
One local telephone call reserves accommodations
in any Canadian Pacific hotel across Canada.
You can make inquiries, reserve rooms, rearrange
accommodations, for yourself, for the family, for
small groups, for an entire convention. The service
is immediate and accurate. You'll get a record of
confirmation by mail. There is no charge for
Reserve-a-Room Service. It's part of the tradition
of Canadian Pacific hospitality.
The South Pacific, Hawaii, the Orient, Europe, Mexico, South America-wherever
there's sun and fun, there's a Canadian Pacific Tour.
RESERVE-A-ROOM-SERVICE
Use this free Canadian Pacific service when
planning your next out-of-town trip. Only Canadian Pacific gives you these exclusives:
Scenic Domes, soft music, reclining coach seats (with full length leg rests)
and the fabulous Faresaver Plan
The Canadian cruises daily between  Montreal,
Toronto and Vancouver.
Take the whole trip. Or just a bit of it. Either way
you'll save with the Faresaver Plan.
All children love trains. They see things our first
explorers saw. A family of deer feeding near a
waterfall. Or a raging twisting river. They begin
to know which cities are where. And why. Mom
and Dad will enjoy Canadian Pacific's coffee
shops, dining rooms, lounges, superb food, attendants, and famous service. Dad will particularly like the low, Faresaver fares. There's a wide
choice of accommodation and we've listed sample
I fares. Pick one and plan a memorable trip now.
TYPICAL NEW
LOW FARES GOOD EVERY DAY OF 1
All-inclusive
"HE WEEK 1
Inclusive
Passage Fare
and Roomette,
Passage Fare
and Bedroom,
Passage Fare,
Passage Fare,
One-way
Passage
Tourist Lower
First Class Lower
no meals
no meals
Between
Fare
Berth and Meals
Berth and Meals
(1 person)
(1 person)
• Hal if ax- Vancouver
$68.95
$94.95
$103.95
$100.45
$141.45
Montreal-Vancouver
51.00
70.00
79.00
73.95
106.95
Montreal-Calgary      [
Montreal-Edmonton \
42.00
56.00
63.00
58.10
82.10
\ Windsor-Vancouver
52.50
71.50
80.50
76.35
109.35
Toronto-Vancouver
49.50
68.50
77.50
73.35
106.35
Toronto-Winnipeg
28.50
37.50
41.50
38.10
51.10
Winnipeg-Calgary     {
Winnipeg-Edmonton J
20.00
27.00
30.00
30.75
40.75
Winnipeg-Vancouver
31.50
43.50
48.50
47.10
66.10
Calgary-Vancouver
16.00
21.00
23.00
22.75
30.75
Similar fare bases are available for Compartments and Drawing Rooms.
All-inclusive if you
wish. Fares in effect
until September 30, 1964.
• —Fares from Halifax include Berth/Meal features from Saint John, also (in Tourist Column) similar accommodation in standard sleeping
cars East of Montreal.
I —Fares from Windsor include Berth/Meal features from Toronto.

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