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 Canadian Owciftc
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Canadian OlwiUc
■HE TABLE
TRAINS / TRUCKS / SHIPS / PLANES / KOTELS / TELECOMMUNICATIONS
WORLDS MOST COMPLETE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM GOODBYE WINTER!     IT'S THRIFT TIME
ON A WHITE EMPRESS ON WHITE EMPRESSES
CARIBBEAN CRUISE TO EUROPE
There is no place more beautiful and no better way
to see it than from the spacious decks of Empress
of Canada, flagship of the Canadian Pacific fleet.
27,300 tons of comfort and personal care, air-
conditioned throughout, two swimming pools and
a memorable cuisine. You'll visit these colourful
ports-of-call on the way: San Juan, St. Thomas,
Martinique, Curacao, Kingston, Barbados, Trinidad,
Montego Bay, Aruba, St Vincent, Granada. Call
your Travel Agent or any Canadian Pacific office.
FROM NEW YORK  6 carefree cruises between December
1964 and March 1965, from
$292
Fares are now as low as $222 on White Empresses,
largest, newest ships on the St. Lawrence route.
Enjoy the same excellent services, fine food, dancing,
movies and the presence of a Hostess, as at any
other time ... an Atlantic crossing is part of your
holiday. Sail both ways and save. Go for 30 days
and benefit from Special Excursion Fares with 25%
off the one-way Thrift Season fare. See your Travel
Agent or any Canadian Pacific office.
MONTREAL-GREENOCK-LIVERPOOL Tourist Thrift $f%f%f%
Season Fare from ^dLdL
FAST
FREIGHT
SERVICE
Trans-Atlantic
and
Great Lakes
Canadian Pacific
offers shippers
wide choice of
vessels including
famous WHITE
EMPRESS ships
and fast
BEAVERS-
refrigerated and
regular cargo
space—frequent
sailings—rapid
service between
Liverpool,
London,
Southampton,
Continental
ports and
Saint John, N.B.,
Montreal,
Toronto,
Detroit and
intermediate
ports subject
to inducement. The Canadian
SCENIC DOME   •   STAINLESS-
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 DOWN
TABLE  I
Eastward—READ up
Scenic-Dome Train
Scenic-Dome Train
The
Canadian
Daily
Example
Miles
Altitude
Miles
The
Canadian
Daily
Example
No.  I
I.45 pm
a I.5I pm
a I.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
II.15 pm
Fri.
«
tt
tt
tt
u
tt
tt
tt
0.0
2.0
4.7
9.6
111.4
I43.0
I66.4
I84.7
2I9.4
24I-2
358-5
437.5
MO
152
I57   ;
89   !
2I4   i
450
300
4I6
381
523
662
857
E.T.
tt
Lv        Montreal        Ar
Lv      Westmount  Ar
Lv Montreal West Ar
E.T.
288I.3
2879.3
2876-6
287I-7
2769.9
2738-3
27I4.9
2696-6
266I.9
2640-I
2522.8
2443-8
No. 2
8.45 pm
a 837 pm
a 8-30 pm
d 8.I9 pm
6-30 pm
/ 5-42 pm
/5-I7 pm
/ 4-53 pm
/ 4.I4 pm
340 pm
12.45 pm
II.10 am
Mon.
tt
tt
Ar         Arnprior         Ar
Ar         Renfrew Ar
tt
a
Ar     Chalk River     Ar
Ar       North Bay       Ar
Ar         Sudbury         Lv
u
u
tt
No. II
5-IO pm
a 525 pm
808 pm
8-44 pm
11.00 pm
Fri.
tt
tt
tt
0.0
4-5
I3I.4
I54.5
259.8
254
393
790
686
857
tt
u
a
u
tt
Lv         Toronto         Ar
Lv   West Toronto   Ar
Ar         MacTier        . Ar
Ar     Parry Sound  Ar
Ar         Sudbury         Lv
tt
2703.6
2699.i
2572.2
2549.I
2443.8
No. 12
5.00 pm
a 4.40 pm
2.05 pm
I.28 pm
II.15 am
Mon.
No. I
11.59 pm
12-50 am
4-00 am
c 5.40 am
Fri.
Sat.
u
tt
a
u
u
Sun.
u
tt
u
tt
tt
Mon.
tt
tt
tt
437.5
471.5
607.9
665-8
737.8
759.0
777-5
800.8
848.0
856.1
9I9.4
924-4
984-6
989-0
I36-2
I99.5
282.4
408.1
463-7
529.9
54I.2
588.4
672.1
764.5
806-1
9I6.5
2063.9
2239.7
232I-6
2356.3
2376.3
24II.3
2502.0
2565.4
2630-8
2752.3
28II.2
2839.6
2864.8
288I.3
857
1378
I4I2
1097
I225
1200
976
703
896
996
682
642
6I4
6I7
I486
1224
I09I
772
858
1225
1204
I45I
1968
1896
1779
2432
2I8I
3439
4534
5044
4072
2583
1494
II57
II59
493
59
26
39
18
tt
tt
tt
a
E.T.
C.T.
it
it
a
C.T.
M.T.
it
M.T.
P.T.
tt
P.T.
E.T.
C.T.
C.T.
C.T.
M.T.
M.T.
P.T.
2443-8
2409.8
2273-4
22I5-5
2I43.5
2I22.3
2I03.8
2080.5
2033.3
2025.2
I96I.9
I956-9
I896-7
I892-3
1745.1
1681.8
I598.9
I473.2
I4I7.6
I35I.4
I340.I
I292-9
I209.2
III6-8
I075.2
964-8
8I7-4
64I-6
559.7
525.0
505.0
470-0
379.3
3.I5..9
250.5
I29.0
70.1
4I.7
I6.5
0.0
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
c I.29 am
cl2,17 am
11.55 pm
clO-30 pm
clO-23 pm
9-05 pm
7.35 pm
4-35 pm
3.2I pm
I.30 pm
10.35 am
9.35 am
s 8.29 am
8-07 am
s 7.13 am
5,42 am
3-25 am
2-26 am
II-25 pm
8-30 pm
5.05 pm
2-58 pm
2.13 pm
12-10 pm
10-44 am
7-20 am
5-20 am
3-30 am
11.20 pm
« 9.26 pm
8.50 pm
8 12 pm
7.40 pm
«
tt
Ar        Chapleau        Ar
Ar      Missanabie      Ar
tt
tt
7-35 am
c 8-II am
c 8.35 am
c 9.03 am
c|0.30 am
10-48 am
Ar   :...          Regan Ar
Ar          Hemlo         Ar
tt
Ar     Terrace Bay     Ar
Mon.
Sun.
a
cl2.19 pm
tt
c\2.27 pm
1 45 pm
2 00 pm
4.12 pm
5.29 pm
7.13 pm
9-40 pm
0II.OI pm
SI2.I0 am
12.27 am
s I.22 am
2-55 am
u
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
tt
tt
tt
tt
tt
tt
tt
tt
tt
tt
4-37 am
5-42 am
7-52 am
9-33 am
12-55 pm
3-35 pm
4.40 pm
Ar       Moose Jaw       Ar
Ar   Swift Current  Ar
Ar    Medicine Hat    Ar
Sun.
Sat.
a
Ar         Calgary         Ar
Ar           Banff          Ar
tt
tt
Ar     Lake Louise     Ar
Ar           Field           Ar
u
tt
5-40 pm
Ar        Golden            Lv
tt
604 pm
Ar       Revelstoke      Ar
tt
9 10 pm
11 25 pm
I.10 am
5.35 am
u 7-36 am
8-I4 am
8-50 am
9.30 am
a
Ar       Kamloops       Ar
Sat.
Ar          North Bend      Ar
Fri.
Ar         Agassiz         Lv
Ar     Mission City     Ar
«
Ar      Coquitlam      Lv
tt
(New Westminster)
Ar      Vancouver      Lv
P.T.
Fri.
EXPLANATION OF SIGNS
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.
d Stops on signal to entrain or detrain revenue passengers to or
from Ottawa and points west.
e Arrives and leaves from Pier A3 in Vancouver.
/ Stops on signal.
q Does not carry local passengers from Winnipeg to Portage la Prairie.
8 Stops to entrain or detrain revenue passengers from or to Sudbury
and east and from or to Medicine Hat and west.
« Stops for revenue passengers to or from Calgary and east.
$ 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.
O 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.
B.C. Coast Steamship Service — Vancouver—Nanaimo—(DailyService)
11.15
P.M.
|_v                           	
Pacific Time
 Ar
A.M.
ell.15
♦ 830
A.M.
P.M.
e 6.30
♦ 3*45
P.M.
A.M.
e 3.15
Lv               	
 Ar
 Lv
 Lv
♦ 12.30
A.M.
October 25,1964
Printed in Canada Cana^
TABLE 2
CONP1NSEO TRANSCONTINENTAL SCHEDULES -WESTWARD AND EASTWARD
WESTWARD— READ DOWN
Tho
Domi*
nlen
Daily
No, 7
g.lQam
§.QQam
12,45Bm
4.35pm
8.15pm
.|.40&m
11.55pm
ll.20pm
2.25am
5.50am
CP.
109
6-55am
8.35am
8.30am
ItOOnn
8.15am
10.25am
10.25am
11.20am
11,20am
12.20pm
11.40am
I.15pm
3.23pm
5.00pm
5.25pm
6.50pm
6.50pm
7.35pm
9.30pm
9.50pm
2.40am
2.50am
4.55am
535am
6,35am
7.15am
Fr
Sa
Sa
Su
Su
Su
Mo
Tu
The
Canadian
Daily
No, I
II.59pm
l2-5jam
4-00am
7.35am
IO-48am
i-45pm
2 00pm
1.15pm
4.12pm
7.l3Pm
9.40pm
10.05pm
1:11
2.55am
3-03am
4-37am
4-57am
5 42am
5.57am
7.52am
9-33am
9.41am
12-55pm
1.45pm
§.!5pm
|.25Pm
3-35pm
3-45om
4.40pm
4.40pm
5-40pm
4 48pm
6.04pm
9-i0pm
9.30pm
|l.2Spm
I.IOarn
1.15am
535am
5-40am
? 7-36am
8.14am
8-50am
9.30am
Fr
Fr
Fr
Miles
0.0
111.4
241.2
358.5
437.5
,3?:S
259.8
437.5
471.5
607.9
737.8
856.1
984.6
989.0
1136.2
1283.4
1408.1
0.0
10.9
398.9
399.0
464.0
Sa
Su
1408.1
1541,2
«
1672,1
;;
1764.5
«
1806-1
«
1916-5
«
2063.9
2239.7
«
Q.O
I93-9
<c
2239.7
2321.6
I
2356.3
«
2376.3
M
2411.3
2461.8
2502.0
2546-7
Mo
2565.4
2630.8
«
2752.3
a
281 j.2
2864.8
«
2881.3
TABLE 2
Canadian Pacific
. Montreal E.T. ,,,, Ar
■...'■ Ottawa     Lv
%%t    Ottawa    .,.,.. Ar
.   Chalk River   .... Lv
.., North Pay Ar
...   Sudbury    Lv
Toronto    Ar
MacTier     Lv
Sudbury    Lv
Sudbury    Ar
Cartier     Lv
,... Qhapieau
,, White River ..
.... Schreiber ....
,.   Port Arthur   ..
Fort William E,T.
Fort William C.T.
....      Ignace
,..,    Kenora    «...
.  ., Winnipeg »...
Soo Line
Lv    St. Paul    Ar
Lv....    Minneapolis    Ar
Ar....        Moyes        ..,. Lv
Canadian Pacific
Lv,...      Emerson
Ar,...     Winnipeg
Canadian Pacific
Lv...... Winnipeg .,
Ar......   Brandon   ......
Lv......   Brandon	
Ar...,     Broadview     ....
Lv....     Broadview     ....
Ar v   Regina    	
Lv......    Regina    ......
Ar...,    Moose Jaw    ....
Lv     Moose Jaw
Ar.. Swift Current Q T..,
Lv.. Swift Current M.T..
Ar..., Medicine Hat	
Lv Medicine Hat	
Ar  Calgary (See Table 26)
Lv    Cdloary
Ar..,,.« Edmonton ,
Lv  Calgary (See Table 26)
Ar      Banff     —.
Lv,.,..,     Banff     ,,..,
Ar,.      Lake Louise   .
Lv     Lake Louise   ...
Ar. Field M.T.,
Lv
Ar..
Ar..
Ar..
Lv
Ar
Field P.T	
Golden   	
Glacier    	
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
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—REAB Up
Miles
28813
2769.9
2640.I
2522.8
2443.8
2703.6
2572.2
2443.8
2443-8
2409.8
2273.4
2143.5
2025.2
1896.7
892.3
745.1
598.9
473.2
1937-2
1926-3
1538-3
1538-2
1473-2
The
Canadian
Daily
No. 2
8-45pm
6.40pm
6-30pm
3,48pm
12.45pm
II.IOarn
No. 12
5.00pm
2.10pm
II. 15am
NG3J
10.35am
9.50am
6.40am
3.07am
12.02am
9.05pm
8.50pm
7.35pm
4.43pm
I.38pm
11.00am
Mo
The
Dominion
Daily
No. 8
9,35am
7.15am
6.45am
3.35am
12.10am
lO.IQpm
No. 4
7.00am
3.10am
I0.30pm
No. 8
9.10pm
8.20pm
4.50pm
1.10pm
9.45am
6.45am
6.25am
5.00am
1,55am
I0.30pm
7.20Pm
Soo Line
10
7.15am
6-30am
8 55Pm
C.P.
110
8 30pm
6.45pm
Tu
Tu
Mo
Tu
Tu
Mo
Mo
Su
Su
Mo
Su
Su
Su
Su
Sa
Sa
Fr
Fr  I     8.10pm I  Fr
EXPLANATION OF SIGNS—THIS PAGE
s Stops for revenue passengers to or from Calgary and east.
E.T.—-Eastern Time.   C.T.—Central Time.   M.T.—-Mountain Time.   P.T.—Pacific Time.
EQUIPMENT SHOWN IN TABLE 3 TABLE 3
Cm^m^c^a:
RANSCONTINENTAL.   TRAINS — EQUIPMENT
Regularly assigned cars are all AIR-CONDITIONED
For Equipment of "The Canadian" see Table 1.
WESTWARD
No. 7—Montreal to Vancouver (Dally)
Nos. 3-7—Toronto to Vancouver (Daily)
^Ua SbosHinian"
EASTWARD
No. 8—Vancouver to Montreal  (Daily)
Nos. 8-4—Vancouver to Toronto (Daily)
Coaches
Parlor Car  (Train 7 only)   (Except Sat.) Montreal-Ottawa
Compartment,  Bedrooms,  Roomettes, Standard  Berths Montreal-Sudbury
Coffee   Shop   Car Montreal-Vancouver
Compartment,  Bedrooms,   Roomettes, Standard  Berths Toronto-Sudbury
Drawing  Room, Compartments, Standard Berths  (Except Sat.) „Port William-Winnipeg
NOTE
"THE DOMINION" will carry through Sleeping Cars, Dining Car, Scenic DOME Lounge Sleeper, Scenic
DOME Coffee Shop Coach and Streamlined Coaches between Toronto and Vancouver and between Montreal
and Vancouver, June 24 to September 6 inclusive, westward and eastward.
This train will also carry sleeping cars during the Christmas and New Year's holiday periods, on dates and
between such points as may be required.
EXPLANATION OF SIGNS —
© Meal Station where food and news supplies can be obtained at city prices.
T Air-conditioned R.D.C. (Rail Diesel Car).
*i* 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.
4> 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 30
0 Pressview Bus Line.   Bus to and from Timmins connects at Chapleau with Trains 7 and 8.
No checked baggage.    Rail tickets not honored.
m 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
Mon. Wed.
Fri. Sat.
Mon. Tue.
Thur. Sat.
7.30am
1.00pm
Lv.
Ar.
Sault Ste. Marie.
 Hawk Jct...
.Ar
.Lv
4.40pm
II.25am
1.15pm
2.13pm
Lv.
Ar.
... Hawk Jct	
 Franz	
.Ar
.Lv
1 I.IOarn
10.15am
2.13pm
Lv.
Ar.
Ar,
.Ar
.Lv
.Lv
10.15am
3.37pm
 Oba	
8.45am
5.20pm
 Hearst......
7.00am
TABLES 4 to 7 INCLUSIVE
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.
6 Stops on request for revenue sleeping car passengers from or to Sudbury and east and from or to
Winnipeg and west.
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.
i 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.
v Stops on signal to entrain revenue passengers for Ottawa and beyond.
a Stops Sunday only to detrain revenue passengers from Ft. William and east and to entrain revenue passengers for Kenora and west.
t Stops to detrain from Regina and west and entrain for Broadview and east.
s Stops for revenue passengers to or from Calgary and east
t Stops to detrain from Winnipeg and east and entrain for Calgary and west.
tt Stops to detrain revenue passengers from Ottawa and west.
v Stops to entrain only.
x Stops to entrain or detrain revenue passengers from or to Sudbury and east and from or to
Medicine Hat and west.
2 Does not carry local passengers between Montreal, Westmount and Montreal West.
E.T.—Eastern Time.
M.T.—Mountain Time.
C.T.—Central Time.
P.T.—Pacific Time. TABLES 4 and S
MONTREAL-OTTAWA-NORTH BAY-TORONTO-SUDBURY-  |
PORT ARTHUR-FORT WILLIAM                         i
WEST—READ DOWN                                                                                                                                                EAST—READ UP |
THE      j
Dominion
7
Daily
THE
Canadian
1
Daily
Miles
TABLE 4
THE      1
Canadian
2
Daily
THE      1
Dominion
8
Daily
P.M.
8.30
v 8.37
v 8.45 1
v 8.51
10.40
11.00
11.46
12.19
12.42
1.23
I-42
2.05
P.M.
1.45
2 1.51
2 1.58 !
h 2.05
3.45
335
/438
/5.02
/530
/6.I2
6.'47
0.0
2.0
4.7
9.6
II 1.4
II 1.4
143.0
166.4
185.7
219.4
2293
241.2
Eastern Time
Lv... Montreal @ Wind. Stn. ... Ar
P.M.
8.45
2 837
2 830
h 8.19
6.40
6.30
/ 5.42
/5.I7
/ 4.53
JT 4.14
3^48
A.M.
935
9-28
9.21
u 9.10
7.15
6.45
5.51
5.18
4.44
4.04
3.51
335
&r   Ottawa, Ont. ©  Lv
Lv Ottawa, Ont Ar
Ar Carleton Place 8. 18 Ar
Ar    Pembroke 8    Lv
Ar  Chalk River 8 @ Lv
2.15
'237
4.'00
e438
5.10
6.55
930
241.2
2463
256.2
291.6
313.0
325.0
331.9
339.
358.5
Lv Chalk River Ar
3.40
i!oo
3.25
/ 3i00
130
fcl23l
12.25
Ar North Bay © Lv
5.25
534
7*10
9.40
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Nos. 31 and 32—THE ALOUETTE
RDC (Rail Diesel Car) % Montreal-Boston
EXPLANATION OF SIGNS THIS PAGE
* Daily. t Daily except Sunday. § Sunday only.
<H> Meal Station where food and news supplies can be obtained at city prices.
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a Stops on signal to detrain passengers from North Bay and west and entrain passengers
for Ottawa and Montreal.
g Stops on signal Sunday only.
/ Stops on signal.
x Stops Sunday only.
y Stops on signal to entrain or detrain revenue passengers to or from Montreal.
2 Stops on signal to entrain or detrain revenue passengers to or from White River Junction
and beyond.
YARMOUTH—DISBY—SAINT JOHN—HALIFAX
Via Dominion Atlantic Ry. and S.S. "Princess of Acadia"
VI2
Ex. Su.
Miles
TABLE    I 0
Time
til
Ex.Su.
P.M.
Dom. Atlantic Ry.
P.M.
12 25
o.c
Lv.
.. Yarmouth Station ...  Ar
A.T.
5.30
/ 1 03
28.8
Meteghan        	
"
Z4.48
/ 1 26
44.7
Weymouth       	
"
Z4.25
1 56
65.9
Ar.
.. DIGBY STATION ...   Lv
"
335
Canadian Pacific
S.S. "Princess of Acadia"
tlO 45
.
Lv.
Saint John 14   ...  Ar
A.T.
t 7.45
t 1 45
Ar.
Digby 14         Lv
"
t 4.45
Dom. Atlantic Ry.
2 10
Lv.
..  DIGBY WHARF ...   Ar
"
3.40
/2 31
75.7
Deep Brook       	
u
r 3.17
/2 36
77.1
CornwalHs       	
"
/ 3-14
/2 50
86.1
Ar.
.. Annapolis Royal ...  Lv
u
3-00
/3 15
99.8
Bridgetown       	
a
Z2.37
3 35
IIW
Ar.
MlDDLETON          ...    LV
a
2.18
3.46
12 .C
Kingston (Greenwood) .   ..
a
r 4 oi
132.2
Berwick          	
"
/ 132
4 20
1443
Ar.
Kentville ®    ...  Lv
135
4 30
1443
Lv.
Kentville®     ...  Ar
u
1.25
4 42
1513
154.4
Wolfville         	
Grand'Pre        	
tt
1.12
5 00
162.6
Hants port         	
"
12.56
5 15
169.6
Ar.
Windsor        ...   Lv
**
12.42
5.15
169.6
Lv.
Windsor        ...  Ar
tt
12.42
6.00
20 .1
Ar.
..      Windsor Jct.      ...   Lv
*
1135
6 30
216.9
Ar.
..      HALIFAX®     ....LV
A.T,
11.25
P.M. ]
A.M.
EQU1 PM ENT—Yarmouth—Dig by—Halifax
Nos. II, 12— R.D.C.
(Rail Diesel Car).   No meals or news service.
Checked baggage not carried in this equipment.
FREDERICTON JCT.   —   FREDERICTON
(BUS SCHEDULE)
Ex. Sun.
See
Note A
Ex. Sun.
SEE
Note A
TABLE |   |
Atlantic Time
Ex. Sun.
See
Note A
Ex. Sun.
SEE
Note A
P.M.
9.55
10.40
10.50
P.M.
A.M.
8.45
930
9.40
A.M.
Lv Fredericton Jct. Ar
Ar      Fredericton        Lv
(York Street Station)
Ar      Fredericton     Lv
(Lord Beaverbrook Hotel)
A.M.
8.25
7.40
730
A.M.
P.M.
930
8.45
8.35
P.M.
Note a—Bus will also operate on Sundays from Nov. 22 to March 21 inclusive.
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 it not handled on buses.
Baggage should be cheeked to Fredericton only.
MeADAM—ST. STEPHEN—ST. ANDREWS
(BUS SCHEDULE)
Ex. Sun.
A.M.
7.40
8.19
8.22
831
8.43
835
837
937
A.M.
Miles
0.0
323
33.7
40.0
48.7
56.8
56.8
773
TABLE   |2
Atlantic Time
 McAdam Ar
 Lawrence Stn. Lv
 Watt Jct Lv
 Honeydale (Cor.) Lv
(5 miles from H'way No. 3)
 Moore's Mills Lv
 St. Stephen Stn  Lv
 St. Stephen Stn Ar
 St. Andrews Stn. Lv
P.M.
1030
931
9.48
939
927
9.15
9.13
820
NOTE
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 wayf reight service. TABLES 13 and 14
MONTREAL — FARNHAM — SHERBROOKE — SAINT JOHN
READ DOWN
RE
hD UP
42
213
¥214
¥206
¥204
¥32
¥213
41
¥201
¥31
¥205
217
PAY^
DAY-.
DAY
DAY
DAY
DAY
DAY
DAY
EQUIPMENT
LINER
LINER
LINER
LINER
LINER
LINER
LINER
LINER
Coaches on all trains
Daily
Fri.
only
Ex.
Fri.<fc
Sun.
Ex.
Sat.
Sat. &
Sun,
Daily
Miles
TABLE   | 3
Ex.
Sun.
Daily
Daily
Daily
Sun,
only
Fri,
only
f The AtMic Limited"
No. 41 and No, 42
Compartments, Bedrooms,
Roomettes, Standard Berths,
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
A.M.
Windsor Station
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M,
P.M.
P.M,
Skyline POME Car (Meal Service;
735
5.40
5-40
430
1.40
9.45
0.0
LV....    MONTREAL©   ,.,.**
E.T,
*!»
9,00
1.05
9 45
10.05
742
p 5-46
p §.46
y 4.55
l.4§
930
2.0
       Westmount      ..,,..
832
12.58
938
938
7.50
P 533
v 533
V 5.00
130
935
4,7
.,.,    Montreal West    ,f......
7-43
8,44
1232
932
932
,.
539
6.03
539
5.04
7.1
LaSalle            ......
733
/I2.46
6-03
8,8
.... Adirondack June, ,..,,,
m
,.
/ 6.10
6.14
/6I0
6.14
/5.I0
/5.I2
/2.02
/2.04
133
143
       St. Constant      ......
... f           Delson           ......
/I2.38
/I237
/9J7
/9.IS
EXPLANATION OF SIGNS
/6.20
/6.20
183
.
.,..      St. Philippe      ......
<m
c 9.10
THIS PAGE
6.29
6-29
25.0
.,..          Lacadie          ......
Z8.24
638
6,42
Z6.49
/634
/638
638
6-42
Z6.49
/634
/638
5.28
2.18
10.23
293
303
34.1
36.7
39.0
.,..        St. Johns        .,.,,,
....          Iberville          ......
.,.,       St, Gregoire        ,
           Versailles        ......
         St, Brigide        ,,,,,,
636
632
/ 6.47
/ 6.43
/639
/ 8.06
1222
8.57
922
® Meal  Station  where food  and
news supplies can be obtained at
city prices.
¥ Air-conditioned    Rail    Diesel
83$
7,10
/7-20
7-10
P.M.
5.45
234
10.40
A.M.
43,2
493
.,..       Farnham 9      ......
... .         Brookport        ......
635
A.M.
730
12-06
838
P,M.
838
9.25
Car.
B Bus.  Will also operate on Sundays from Nov. 22. to March 21
Z7.22
50,2
....           Brigham           ......
.,
To
53.4
.,..        Mapledale       ,,-.,,
^2
From
732
Boston
56.4
.,..       Cowansville       ......
c
.,
Boston
/9.03
f Daily except Sunday.
7.41
Table
613
       West. Brome      ..,,.,
.,
Table
/832
/730
9
65,7
            Eniaugra         ......
.,
9
§ Sunday only.
8.00
68,9
.,.,            Sutton            .,-.,.
1
835
c Stops on signal Sunday only for
P.M.
/538
Z2-47
53,5
        Adamsville       .......
/   33
P.M,
revenue passengers,
p 1*
/6.07
Z2.55
r.
60.7
     West Shefford
at
.
/   .44
/ 830
e Stops on signal for revenue pas
3.   8)     -I
5=:
6J9
/30I
3.06
66-0
693
.,,,          Fulford            .,.,,
             Foster            ,.,,.«
c
lii
' %
8J9
vG
sengers only.
iii
3
74.2
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n
t   3    E
Q
/ Stops on signal.
% £ •
o
£0
/630
e 634
/3.I6
/320
/ 3-22
77.8
81.2
82-4
...,           Eastray           .,,,,,
       Orford Lake       ......
....     Mount Orford     ......
£
2 '5
fW.ll
ill.18
/8.I0
/8.07
<
ui
g Stops to detrain revenue passengers from Montreal and entrain
g 9.40
£
P
6.46
331
/3.42
88.3
97-6
            Magog          ..,«'»,
....          Deauville           ,
d
a
h 630
11.08
737
revenue passengers for Megantic
and east.
I005
7
7.10
335
106.0
Ar..,,       Sherbrooke       ,,,, Lv
6-25
10-45
735
—
h Stops on signal to detrain rev
o
CD
a
P.M.
P.M.
1?
8-
A.M.
c
CO
i
enue  passengers from  east of
Quebec Centra! Rly.
V2
Megantie and  entrain   revenue
passengers   for   Montreal   and
beyond.
Lv        Sherbrooke       Ar
§ 7.30
Tl
A
"• •,,            Quebec            . . . . LV
§ 3.45
'tQ
p Stops to entrain only. Poes not
carry local passengers between
Windsor Station, Westmount and
I0.I5
C_
	
106-6
L
/,'...       Sherbrooke       ..., Ar
e
6.10
P.M.
o
f
109.7
        Lennoxville       ,,.,,,
3£
Montreal West.
116-9
5
•E
■
I2Q3
....           Bulwer           ......
u.
u Stops to detrain revenue passen
!
123.Q
127.7
....          Birchton          . •.,.,
$
gers from points byond McAdam.
.,
$
         Cookshire        ,.,.»,
. •
1
.»
7
136,8
141.4
144.9
              Bury             .,,,,
—
•'
?
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            Gould           ......
t
"o
.,
150.1
.. f,        Scotstown        ,..,,,
—
d»
9
166^7
Milan            	
           Nantes          ,,,,.,
k
12.05
175.1
A
*     Megantic, Que Lv
4.25
i-
TABLE   |4
I2.I5
H
175.1
L
/     Megantic, Que Ar
4.15
■o
135
3"
218.6
....    Jackman, Me	
235
OS
233
^
258.8
1
i/....        Greenville        .... Ar
137
—
330
3.40
8
292.2
292.2
A
L
"     Brownville Jct.     Lv
1/     Brownville Jct Ar
1.00
1230
(5
BAY OF FUNDY
435
e 5.I4
530
o
3353
A
*    Mattawamkeag    Lv
1135
Q
ro
3653
391.4
A
....         Danforth         	
"....   Vanceboro, Me Lv
E.T,
*I1J
SERVICE
7.00
H
391.4
L
\l    Vanceboro, Me Ar
A.T.
1130
7.I5
w
3973
A
r McAdam N.B. ® Lv
11.15
Between
7-40
o
CD
3973
4063
4i0.8
L
i/.... McAdam N.B. ® Ar
      Magaguadavic
,,.,   Prince William   	
I03Q
t
Q
to
Saint John, N.B. and
8.05
t»J
ft
             Harvey            	
Cork             	
10.15
Qigby, N.S.
M
3
%ti
.',,'„            Rooth            	
             Tracy            	
3
S.S, "Princess of AffllJa"
8.40
H
4373
A
!».,,.   Fredericton Jct Lv
930
©
Lv. Saint John.,.., f 10.45 a,m. A.T.
Ar. Digby f  1.45 p.m. A.T.
t 9b40
t7B30
c
so
>
■o
A
L
J},...,     FmertitonU     8,,{jj}!
t8e35
t!OB50
«S
8.40
m
444.8
L
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930
lv.Digby ,.f 4.45p.w.A.T.
yi
....             Bailey            	
Hoyt               ;
S
Ar, Saint JoJw..... f 7.45 p.m. A.T.
,.
4473
450.0
....        Enniskillen       	
             Wirral            	
is
MflQl Service Available
4533
,,.,        Clarendon        	
457-9
Welsford          	
■«
461-9
f
            Blagdon           	
h
u 9.22
457.7
471.8
    Westfield Beach   	
         Grand Bay        	
9.40
4793
          Lancaster
8.51
8.45
930
481.7
Ai
....   SAINT JOHN®  ....Lv
A.M.
P.M. Canadian 6ac^ic
TABLES IS and 16
Pool Services
MONTREAL. • TROBS  RIVIERES • QUEBEC
Pool Services
C.N.
60
Daily
C.N.
2
Daily
C.N.
62
Daily
See
Note
Pool
24
Ex.
Sat.
C.N.
4
Ex.Su.
See
Note
C.P.
¥152
Daily
Dayliner
Pool
156
Ex.
\ Sat.
Pool
142
Sat.
only
Pool
154
Daily
Miles
TABLE   | 5
Eastern Timo
C.P.
¥149
Ex.Sun
Dayliner
Pool
153
Daily
C.P.
¥151
Sun. only
Dayliner
Pool
155
Daily
C.N.
61
Daily
See
Note
C.N.
Daily
Pool
23
Ex.
Sat.
Sun.
Pool
123
Sat.
only
C.N.
59
Daily
C.N.
3
Ex.Su.
See
Note
P.M.
11.59
P.M.
830
P.M.
7.30
P.M.
5.00
A.M.
li.'is
P.M.
7.45
7.50
7.55
8.05
P.M.
6.00
6.07
6.15
630
P.M.
1.20
1.27
135
130
A.M.
9.35
9.42
930
10.05
0
2
4
II
0
0
7
8
Lv Montreal Windsor Stn. @ Ar
Lv         Westmount         Ar
Lv       Montreal West       Ar
Lv     Montreal Park Ave. Stn Ar
Lv    Montreal Central Stn. © Ar
A.M.
11.40
11.33
11.26
11.12
P.M.
5.20
5.12
5.05
430
P.M.
7.20
7.12
7.05
632
P.M.
10.00
952
9.45
9.28
A.M.
730
A.M.
830
A.M.
10.! 15
P.M.
12.15
P.M.
2.15
P.M.
7.50
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2.58
330
62
65
70
76
80
85
92
100
5
9
7
2
2
8
8
8
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/io!63
9.59
/934
9^40
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Z5.49
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5.24
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3
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Ar  Trois Rivieres • ® Lv
(Cap-de-la-Madeleine)
I
L.
9.50
/io'. i 1
/I0.I7
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/I0.44
10.49
11.14
8.20
3.40
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1130
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100.8
107-4
1203
125.7
132.9
136.0
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1433
148.1
152.8
1593
165-0
170.9
176-2
Lv     Trois Rivieres*     Ar
935
/9J3
/9.07
/ 835
fS'.45
/839
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8J5
3.05
5.05
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437
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4.09
4.03
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06! 52
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O
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Ste. Foy             	
730
930
8-15
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10.00
5.25
130
178.3
Ar Quebec Palais Stn. ® Lv
8.00
130
330
6.00
1 7.00
9.00
330
Ferry
12.05
Ferry
11.05
Ferry
* 4.10
Ferry
Ar            Levis Stn.            Lv
Ar      Quebec (Wharf)      Lv
3.40
Ferry
4.45
Ferry
10.20
Ferry
* 330
Ferry
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
8.15
P.M.
P.M.
1130
P.M.
10.00
P.M.
5.25
P.M.
130
P.M.
178
3
Ar Quebec Palais Stn. @) Lv
8.00
A.M.
1.30
P.M.
330
P.M.
6.00
P.M.
A.M.
A.M.
7.00
A.M.
9.00
1   A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
MONTREAL-NEW YORK
DELAWARE  &.  HUDSON   R.R.—NEW YORK  CENTRAL
12
Sat.
only
10
Ex.
Sat.
¥34
Daily
Miles
TABLE    | 6
Eastern Time
9
Daily
¥35
Daily
P.M.
11.15
P.M.
10.20
slO.27
slO.35
4.05
4.25
730
A.M.
P.M.
12.30
51237
sl2.45
♦ 6.05
633
9.25
P.M.
0
2
5
234
234
376
Lv....
Windsor Station
....Ar
A.M.
730
t 7.42
1735
135
1.15
10.15
P.M.
P.M.
6.00
sll.22
t 532
si 1.30
t 5.45
5.20
6-05
Ar....
Lv....
Ar....
 Albany	
 Albany	
.... Lv
....Ar
12.15
♦ 1130
9.00
A.M.
 New York	
Grand Central Term.
....Lv
8.45
A.M.
EQUIPMENT
Nos. 34-35—¥Air-Conditioned R.D.C. (Rail Diesel Car).
Nos. 9-10-12—A.C. Sleepers: Bedrooms, Roomettes. A.C. Reclining Seat Through Coach.
Sleeping Cars and Parlor Cars are Railroad Operated.
EQUIPMENT—Montreal-Quebec
Table 15
Nos. 149, 151, 152 R.D.C. (Rail Diesel Car).
Nos. 142, 153, 154, 155, 156 Coaches, Diner, Parlor Cars, also Scenic DOME
Parlor (including a drawing-room and 3 double bedrooms).
Nos. 23, 24, 123 Reserved Seat Coaches, Diner, Parlor Cars.
EQUIPMENT—Montreal-Ottawa
Table 17
Coaches on all trains
Nos. 131, 132, 133, 134, 137, 138 R.D.C. (Rail Diesel Car).
No. 7 Parlor Car (Except Sat.).
Nos. 232, 233, 234, 235 Parlor Cars (Dining Service). READ DOWN
MONTREAL   •   OTTAWA
For full particulars of suburban train schedules between Montreal, Vaudreuil and Rigaud see Local Time Table B.
TABLES 17 and18
Daily
P.M.
830
v 837
v 8-45
c8
/9
10.40
P.M.
¥133
Dayliner!
Daily
P.M.
5.45
5.50
v 5.56
6.10
6.18
/6!29
/6.3I
634
Z6.42
6.48
/633
7.00
/7.I0
r 7.17
Z7.22
Z7.29
Z7.36
7.43
7!49
/735
8.05
8.15
Z8.26
/830
8.42
830
P.M.
235
Daily
P.M.
5.00
v 5.06
v 5.12
fl5
e 5
i 5
49
735
P.M.
Daily
¥137
Dayliner^
Sat.
only
P.M.
1.45
51
c2
58
05
3-45
P.M.
P.M.
1.00
1.06
1.12
124
128
.44
2.10
2^27
2i47
2^55
3^09
319
/334
3.42
330
P.M.
<FI3I
Dayliner|
Daily
A.M.
930
9.35
9.41
9.52
9.56
/I0'.07
/I0.09
10.11
/I0-23
1030
/I0.36
10.45
/I030
/I038
/11.05
/11.12
/11.20
11.26
1132
/1139
11.48
1139
/I2.II
12.15
12.27
12.35
P.M.
233
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A.M.
8.10
v 8.16
' 22
aQ
o
o
3
o
lh9
28
33
9*'
10.25
A.M.
Miles
0.0
2.0
4.7
7-6
8.0
9.6
0.7
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.6
4.0
5.0
.6.9
18.6
20.4
21.3
22.9
23.7
30.0
32.1
32.7
343
36.1
37.9
40.2
48.2
53.3
57.6
743
85.3
88.8
943
98.6
104.9
11.8
153
18.5
22-9
23-6
25.6
33.2
38.1
43.0
49.8
54.4
60.9
65.2
703
763
80.2
84.8
89.6
963
105.6
115.4
117.6
123.9
111.4
TABLE |  7
Eastern Time
Lv Montreal Windsor Stn.<§
      Westmount
 Montreal West .. .
  Lachine
        Grovehili        	
  Dorval 	
       Pine Beach      	
      Strathmore     	
  Valois 	
         Lakeside        	
      Cedar Park     	
     Pointe Claire   	
      Beaconsfieid     	
      Beaurepaire     	
       Baied'Urfe     	
       Ste. Annes      	
(Sainte Anne de Bellevue)
  Brucy 	
... lie Perrot (Terrace) ...
... Vaudreuil (Dorion)  ...
  Como 	
  Hudson 	
    Hudson Heights  	
      Alstonvale       	
  Choisy 	
  Dragon 	
      Rigaud, Que	
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         Stardale        	
..-/   Vankleek Hill   	
..[    Hawkesbury    	
  Alfred 	
      Plantagenet    	
  Bourget 	
       Hammond      	
  Leonard 	
  Navan 	
       Blackburn      	
,. Montreal Park Ave. Stn..
         Bordeaux       	
     St. Martin Jct	
        Ste. Rose       	
        Rosemere       	
,     Ste. Therese    	
     St. Augustin    	
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      St. Hermas     	
         Lachute        	
      Staynerville     	
 Marelan-Grenville	
         Calumet        	
 .  Pointe au Chene ....
  Fassett 	
       Montebello     	
,..   Seigniory Club, P.Q.   ..
    Papineauville   	
        Plaisance       	
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Masson-Buckingham Jct.
      Templeton      	
        Gatineau        	
  Hull 	
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..Lvj
8
Daily
A.M.
935
9.28
9.21
u 9
49
04
7-15
A.M.
232
Ex.
Sun.
A.M.
10.00
932
9-45
730
A.M.
VI32
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Daily
VI38
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Sat.
only
A.M.
1035
10.48
10.41
;8.00
A.M.
p.m.
4.15
4.08
4.01
3.48
3.42
o 330
3.05
2^49
232
2^26
2J3
2.03
/ L50
1.43
135
234
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P.M.
7-15
7.08
7-01
r 631
636
/6.I5
6.01
5!43
S
4.55
P.M.
¥134
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Daily
P.M.
835
8.27
8.20
807
/8.00
/7.50
Z7.49
7.46
Z7.37
7.32
Z7.26
7.18
/7.I0
/7.03
6.58
r 6.5i
Z6.44
6.39
633
Z6.27
6.19
6.08
/ 5.58
5.56
5.48
5.40
P.M.
Daily
P.M.
8.45
37
30
« 8
6.40
P.M.
236
Sun.
only
35
OTTAWA • SMITHS   FALLS • BI
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263
Daily
¥261
Dayliner
Ex.
Sun.
Miles
TABLE   J 8
¥262
Dayliner
Ex.
Sun.
Pool
264
Daily
P.M.
435
A.M.
935
9.42
9.45
9.49
10.06
/I0.I7
10.22
10.25
/1035
10.45
10.50
11.00
/11.12
11.25
A.M.
0.0
1.6
23
3.9
18.1
26.9
31.6
31.6
39.8
48.7
48.7
55.4
66.9
76.2
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Eastern Time
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..Ar
P.M.
435
430
4.26
4.22
338
/3.50
3.45
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324
3.19
3.09
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P.M.
P.M.
10.20
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4.49
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. ..Carleton Place 8	
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..Ar
9.29
9.28
530
535
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Lv...
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 Smiths Falls 20	
..Lv
..Ar
9.09
9.04
6.30
P.M.
Ar...
.^..Brockville 19	
..Lv
830
P.M.
EXPLANATION OF SIGNS—TABLES  15,   16,   17 and  18
T Air-conditioned R.D.C. (Rail Diesel Car).
® Meal Station where food and news supplies can be
obtained at city prices.
# Regular taxi service available between Vankleek Hill
and Hawkesbury (distance 6 miles).
* Daily.
• Regular bus service between Trois Rivieres and Cap-
de-la-Madeleine.
+ Change at Albany—Connection not guaranteed.
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.
e Stops on signal Sunday only for revenue passengers, also
Fri Dec. 25 and Fri Jan. |.
/ Stops on signal.
g Stops on signal for revenue passengers for or from
points Brockville and beyond.
h Stops Mon. to Fri. inc. to detrain passengers originating
at stations Ste. Annes and east and will stop at Hudson
daily to entrain and on Sat. and Sun. to detrain revenue
passengers.
i Stops Sunday only to entrain passengers, also Fri. Dec.
25 and Fri. Jan. |.
j Stops to detrain revenue passengers from Montreal.
k Stops to detrain passengers only.
m Stops on signal Sat. and Sun.; from Mon. to Fri. inc.
stops on signal to entrain only.
n Stops Friday only for revenue passengers.
o Stops on  signal  to entrain  revenue passengers for
Montreal.
p Stops Friday only to entrain revenue passengers.
r Stops to detrain revenue passengers,
s Stops to entrain only.  Does not carry local passengers
from Windsor Station to Westmount or Montreal West.
t Stops to detrain only.   Does not carry local passengers
from Montreal West or Westmount to Windsor Station.
« Stops to detrain revenue passengers from Ottawa or
points west.
v Stops to entrain only.
to Stops on signal to entrain revenue passengers. TABLES 21 and 22
TORONTO
READ DOWN
•   LOiDOn   •  WINDSOR   •   DETROIT   •
CHICAGO
READ UP
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¥339   1
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Daily    j
P.M.
600
A.M.
830
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8."40
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7.06
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8-20
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9! 18
11*47
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/ 1237
|6!05
10.15
10.25
12.40
12.50
1.00   |
357
P.M.
* 5.15
6-00
6.42
7.28
8-00
830
8.25
930
* 9-45
P.M.       |
369
P.M.
*I045
1140
12.45
138
230
3.20
2.56
4.00
* 4.15
A.M.
Miles
0.0
23
43
8.7
12.6
14.2
173
21.2
27.6
32.1
38.0
39.2
44-9
52.0
57.2
TABLE 2 I
Eastern Time
Royal York Hotel
Lv Toronto ($ Ar
 Parkdale	
 West Toronto	
 Islington	
 Dixie	
 Cooksville	
 Erindale	
 Streetsville 23	
 Hornby	
 Milton	
 CampbellvHIe	
 Guelph Jct	
 Puslinch	
 Killean	
Ar Galt @ Lv
Convenient bus service via Canada Coach tines
between Galt and Kitchener.
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
943
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
Lv Galt ® Ar
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 Ayr	
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 Innerkip	
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Ar London (C.P. Stn.)@ Lv
Lv London (C.P. Stn.)® Ar
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 Caradoc	
 Glencoe	
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  Jeanette	
 Tilbury	
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Ar Windsor Lv
Lv..   Windsor. Ar
Ar Detroit E.T Lv
New York Central System
Lv Detroit E.T Ar
Ar Ann Arbor Lv
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Ar... Chicago La Salle St. Stn. C.T Lv
¥338
dayliner
Daily
A.M.
11.20
11.07
/1039
10.14
10.14
9.43
9.15
9.05
8.06
/ 7.*44
7.15
7.10
7.00
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3.26
2.56
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§11.52
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P.M.
368
A.M.
t 7-40
6.45
535
430
4.01
2.55
1.10
11*139
P.M.
¥340
DAYLINER
Daily
P.M.
831
831
8.19
7.50
7.40
6.41
/o!l9
530
5.45
535
354
P.M.
* 415
3-10
2.25
130
1.00
1139
10.19
* 9-*00
A.M.
EQUIPMENT
Tables 19 and 20
Coaches on all trains
Trains 5-105, 14-114 Parlor Cars and Diner.
263 and 264
Trains 6, 15
Parlor Cars and Diner.
Trains 16. 17. 21, 22 Compartments, Bedrooms,
Roomettes, Duplex Roomettes, Standard Berths, Meal
Service.
Trains 33, 34
Drawing Room, Compartment, Bedrooms, Roomettes,
Standard Berths.
Sleeping cars open at Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto at
10- 00 p.m.
EXPLANATION OF SIGNS
@ Meal Station where food and news supplies can be
obtained at city prices.
* Daily.
§ Sunday only.
t Ex. Saturday,
t Daily ex. Sunday.
k Saturday only.
/ Stops on signal.
E.T.—Eastern Time.        C.T.—Central Time.
TORONTO   •   HAHffllL.TON   •   BUFFALO   •   NEW YORK
Exchange Street Station, Buffalo, near
Principal Business and Shopping Sections,
Leading Hotels. Also transfer point for
Erie-Lackawana station.
♦ 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.
1  C.P.R.
T.H.&B.
N.Y.C.
N.Y.C.
321
376
376
16
Miles
TABLE 22
|    322
371
371
57
1   C.P.R.
T.H.&B.
N.Y.C
N.Y.C.
C.P.R.
tt
P.M.
* 7.55
8.06
r 8.19
r 832
r 8.47
* 9.05
0.0
33
12.8
21.4
32.0
393
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A.M.
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N.Y.C.
*I0.25
10.58
(211.28
d\\.42
* 11 - 50
76.8
94.1
95.0
99.1
102.0
Lv        Welland        Ar
* 6.25
530
539
♦ 5!20
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Ar Buffalo Cent. Term Lv
N.Y.C.
tt
♦12.50
338
5.32
* 8.45
102.1
168.1
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EQUIPMENT
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signed Sleeping Cars are all Air-Conditior
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EXPLANATION OF SIGNS
6 Stops Friday only.
d Stops to detrain only.
/ Stops on signal.
2b Saturday.
r Stops on signal for revenue passengers to
points beyond Hamilton.
* Daily.
t Daily except Sunday.
X Daily except Saturday.
§ Sunday.
® Meal Station where food and news supplies can be obtained at city prices.
u On Sundays, leaves New York 8.00 p.m.,
(N.Y.C. train 55) Albany | |.I0 p.m., Utica
1233 a.m., (Mon.) Syracuse |.52 a.m.
arrives Buffalo 4-18 a.m. (Mon.).
w Stops on signal for revenue passengers
from beyond Hamilton and to or beyond
Sudbury, Peterboro or Belleville.
¥ Air-conditioned RDC (Rail Diesel Car)
12 TABLES 23 and 23A
Canadian Gadfic
TORONTO —ORANGEVILLE —OWEN SOUND
¥307
Dayliner
Mon. Wed.
Fri.
Miles
TABLE    23
¥306
Dayliner
Tue.
Thur.
¥302
Dayliner
Sun.
only
«.
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6.35
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43
8.7
12.6
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21-2
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Lv    Toronto <§)    Ar
.........     Parkdale     	
A.M.
1130
/11.22
11.17
P.M.
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          Dixie         	
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-
Ar Streetsville 21 Lv
Lv Streetsville 21 Ar
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/ 630
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HAVELOCK — PETERBORO — TORONTO — HAMILTON
¥389
¥387
¥385
¥383
¥381
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Sun.
Ex. Sat.
Ex.
Ex.
only
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&Sun.
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Sun.
P.M.
P.M.
7.00
P.M.
P.M.
A.M.        i
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7.10
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8
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P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
A.M.
735
9.05
P.M.
TABLE 23A
Eastern Time
Lv        Havelock
Norwood
Indian River
Lv        Peterboro
Kendry
Cavan
Dranoel
Man vers
Pontypool
Burketon
Myrtle
Dagmar
Claremont
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Agincourt
Leaside
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Ar         Toronto
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Ar
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10
10
9.00
730
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¥386
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Sun.
only
P.M.
1.05
/I2.53
ZI2.43
12.20
/I2.02
Zll 35
Zll.51
/11.46
Zl I 36
/11.27
Zll.21
Zll. 15
Zll.07
1038
1030
l6!40
A.M.
¥382
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Ex.Sat.
& Sun.
530
Z5J2
Z5.05
Z5.0I
Z436
Z4.46
Z437
Z43I
Z4.25
Z4.I7
4.08
4.00
Z334
330
P.M.
¥384
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Sat.
P.M.
8.45
Z834
Z8.25
8.10
Z732
Z7.45
Z7.4I
Z736
Z7.26
Z7.I7
Z7.ll
Z7.05
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6.48
6.40
6! 30
P.M.
¥388
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8.10
Z732
Z7.45
Z7.4I
Z736
Z7.26
Z7.I7
Z7.ll
Z7.05
Z6.57
6.48
6.40
Z634
630
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FOR EXPLANATION OF SIGNS--SEE PAGE 12
13 TABLE 24
Gwadian (metric
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.
MONTREAL —TORONTO—SUDBURY —SAULT STE. MARIE
READ DOWN
7-3
The
Dominion
Daily
P.M.
830
11.00
5-25
7.10
P.M.
1030
1035
12-15
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1.40
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235
3.26
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427
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A.M.
8.20
Z8.27
ZM3
Z9.0Q
939
9.25
937
Z9.45
931
Z937
10.11
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10.29
jTlO-46
11.03
11.18
Zl i!28
Zll 39
Zll-44
1235
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1.45
335
9.40
11.15
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3583
4373
0.0
23
43
83
63
21.2
26-1
303
353
39.9
43-4
49.6
563
573
63-4
71.7
78.4
86-2
94.9
0.0
43
11-2
18.3
213
25.2
28.4
32-7
41.9
48.2
583
66.4
71.7
773
87.5
95.2
1023
"063
12.9
.16.8
121.8
26-8
30.9
35.0
36.9
433
49-4
51-4
60.4
64.4
.70.6
1793
TABLE 24
Eastern Time
Windsor Station
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Dominion
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935
6-45
12.10
10.10
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930
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Canadian
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li
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11.15
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.
Z 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 Midhurst, to and from
Barrie.
Note C—When notified in advance, taxis
meet trains at Medonte, to and from
Orillia.
TORONTO
Royal York Hotel
Largest Hotel in the Commonwealth
and one of the most palatial in the
world.   Owned and operated by
Canadian Pacific
Subway connection with
Union Station.
EQUIPMENT
Coaches on all trains
Nos. 3, 4,  Compartment, Bedrooms,
7, 8        Roomettes, Standard Berths
-Montreal, Toronto-Sudbury.
Nos. 1,2,   Drawing   Rooms,   Compart-
11. 12     ments, Bedrooms, Roomettes,
Duplex Roomettes, Standard
Berths,   Dining   Room   Car
-Montreal, Toronto-Sudbury.
14 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 pick them 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.
Scheduled to open in Montreal early in 1967, this
elegant new hotel, French in spirit, North American
in function, will dominate Canada's
scintillating metropolis.
Soaring from its plaza,
the Place du Canada, Le
Chateau Champlain will
capture the vitality of an
exciting city in the aura of
a great international hotel.
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TABLES 25, 26 and 27
ST. PAUL — MINNEAPOLIS — WINNIPEG
Via Soo Line—Canadian Pacific
'•The Winnipeger"
9-109
Daily
Miles
TABLE 2 5
Central Time
"The Winnipeger*'
IIO-IO
Daily
P.M.
7.50
8.45
11.40
12.01
1.50
4-10
6-25
109
6.55
7-09
/7.2I
/7.30
Z7.36
7.41
7.50
0
II
133
149
226
319
399
399
409
417
425
430
434
442
448
454
462
464
Soo Line
Lv. St. Paul, Union Station
Lv     Minneapolis   	
    Glenwooo ®   	
.Ar
.Ar
. Ar
A.M.
7.15
6.30
1:8
1.16
Ar... Thief River Falls ..
Ar           Noyes          ..,.
Canadian Pacific Railway
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11.10
8.55
110
830
8.06
/ 7.54
7.46
7.39
7.34
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835
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Ar     Winnipeg @    ....
.Lv
6.45
P.M.
"THE WINNIPEGER"
St. Paul-Minneapolis-Winnipeg—Dally
Coaches—Bedrooms—Standard Berths
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a new plant,
distribution point,
agricultural location?
Whatever your objectives, get specialized confidential
advice to meet your company's particular needs—to
locate on a site favourable for markets, most effective
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Agricultural Development,
703 Windsor Station, Montreal
(or any Canadian Pacific office)
Canada (rcuufa
TRAINS/TRUCKS/SHIPS/PLANES/HOTELS/TELECOMMUNICATIONS
WORLD'S   MOST   COMPLETE  TRANSPORTATION   SYSTEM
CALGARY—EDMONTON
READ DOWN
Fort Route \
^orth
Miles
TABLE 26
Fort Route South
V305
Daily
DAY-
LINER
V303
Daily
DAYLINER
V30I
Daily
ESKIMO
DAYLINER
V304
Daily
DAYLINER
T302
Daily
STAM.
PEDER
DAYLINER
V306
Daily
DAYLINER
P.M.
6.30
P.M.
1.45
JT 2.21
r 2.31
/2.38
2.49
3*07
3-'27
A.M.
830
/9J6
/ 9.23
9.14
/ 9.44
9.52
lo!io
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.
12.20
11 :B
f\1.03
10.54
1035
P.M.
5.00
/4J3
/4.06
3-55
Z3-43
3.34
3*13
P.M
9
/8
/8
/8
/8
8
7
i.
30
Airdrie
/7-06
/ % 16
  Crossfield	
54
13
/723
7-34
 Didsbury	
 Olds	
36
/ 7-45
7.54
8* 17
 Innisfall	
 Penhold	
04
<13
8-20
3.30
3*50
4.06
4*28
4*48
5.*07
5.15
P.M.
10.12
1035
ii: t3
d||.2l
dlJ33
li*52
12.00
NOON
94.8
106.6
113.1
122.4
129.7
135.3
141.4
151.9
161.6
167.8
173.9
179.0
185.4
191.7
193.9
1032
io'.ii
9*55
9*36
/9J5
8*58
8.50
A.M.
3.10
2*50
234
2*15
e 2.05
e 1*54
138
1.30
P.M.
7
7
7
6
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6
6
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8.39
19
8.56
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03
9.14
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/ 9.35
24
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9.52
08
00
i.
10.00
P.M.
AP EDMONTON 4* © LV
EQUIPMENT
Train. 301-302-303-304-305-306
V Air-Conditioned R.D.C. (RaiLDiesel Car)
MEDICINE HAT - LETHBRIDGE
*307
Dayliner
Tue.
Thur.
Sat.
♦ I-ll
Dally
Miles
TABLE 2 7
Altitude
*308
Dayliner
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
♦2-12
Daily
r:
P.M.
1.45
5.10
1005
4.57
933
Lv... Montreal 1, 2, 4 ®... ET. Ar
Lv....Toronto 1,2, 4®....ET.Ar
Lv....Winnipea 1, 2, 5 ®....CT.Ar
Lv Regina 1,2,6® CT.Ar
AT. Medicine Hat 1, 2, 6 ® MT. Lv
IQ9
273
766
P.M.
8.45
5.00
1035
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 <S> Ar
 Bull'* Head	
2181
2410
2479
2746
2724
2621
2576
2652
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2638
2670
2733
2735
2784
1$
P.M.
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6.00
P.M.
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11-9
12.10
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 LETHBRIDGE 28 LV
EXPLANATION OF SIGNS THIS PAGE
@ Meal Station where food and news supplies can be obtained at city prices.
V Air-Conditioned R.D.C. (Rati Diesel Car)
+ "The Canadian" all space reserved. No extra fare.
4« 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.
18 TABLES 28 and 29
CALGARY-FORT MACLEOD-LETHBRIDGE
READ   DOWN
Fort Route
Fort Route
South
North
V3I0
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V3II
The
The
Fort
Macleod
The
Vulcan
Miles
TABLE 28
Fort
Macleod
The
Vulcan
DAY
DAY
DAY
DAY
LINER
LINER
LINER
LINER
Wed.
Thur.
Wed.
Thur.
& Sat.
& Sun.
& Sat.
<ft Sun.
P.M.
P.M.
Mountain Time
A.M.
A.M.
615
6-15
0-0
Lv. .Calgary 6 ® Ar
11.40
11.40
/6*40
6.0
18.5
/ii'i3
/6.40
 Dewinton	
/11.13
6-50
6-50
27.6
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11.02
11.02
Z6.56
/ 6.56
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/I0.55
10.55
..
/7.08
40.4
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..
/0.44
.
/7.I4
46.2
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..
/ 038
.
/ 7.26
55.1
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..
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•
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59.6
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..
/0.23
7.42
69.2
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..
0.11
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IM
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..
/0.04
.
7.59
82.1
 Champion	
,.
9.54
•
8-10
90.6
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..
9.43
.
94.5
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..
.
8.21
00.0
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..
932
.
831
08.2
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..
/ 9.22
.
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13.9
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8.45
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9.08
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33.2
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7.03
39.9
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10.29
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..
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81.9
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10.04
..
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Z7.59
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93.4
105.1
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9.51
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8-15
108.6
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931
..
8.15
108.6
LV...FORT MACLEOD... Ar
930
117.6
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/ 9.22
124.7
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133.9
Ar Coalhurst Lv
/9.06
8.55
8.55
126.5
AT LETHBRIDGE Lv
9.00
9.00
p.
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P.M.
Mountain Time
A.M.
A.M.
EQUIPMENT
Train. 309-310-311-312
V Air Conditioned R.D.C. (Rail Diesel Car)
/ Stops on Signal
VICTORIA - NANAIMO - COURTENAY
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO RY.
Daily
Ex. Sun.
A.M.
9.00
10.14
11.10
1130
1.10
P.M.
TABLE   29
P.M.
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130
P.M.
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19 TABLES 30 and 31
Service to
and from Kelowna via Salmon Arm
READ DOWN
TABLE 30
RAIL
READ UP
Scenic-Dome Trains
Scenic-Dome Trains
The
Dominion
7-3
Daily
I?
B>
3
■o
a>
The
Canadian
l-ll
Daily
m
PO
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Canadian
2-12
Daily
CO
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£
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X
LU
The
Dominion
8-4
Daily
CO
Q.
E
X
ill
830 pm
I030 pm
735 pm
Fr
Mo
I.45 pm
5.I0 pm
11.25 pm
Fr
Su
Lv.. .Montreal. .. Ar
Lv Toronto— Ar
Ar...Salmon Arm... Lv
8.45 pm
5.00 pm
5.20 am
Mo
Mo
Sa
9.35 am
7.00 am
7.50 am
Tu
Tu
Sa
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2
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1
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£
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5.20 am
Fr
Sa
Lv...Vancouver... Ar
Ar. .Salmon Arm. . Lv
::   I   ::
930 am
11.25 pm
Mo
Su
Daily
Daily
BUS
Daily
Daily
P.M.
II.30
/
12 30
I.IO
A.M.
A.M.
530
/
/
630
7-10
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.I5
3.50
3.00
A.M.
P.M.
11.00
1030
10.15
9.50
9.00
P.M.
/ Stops to Discharge or Pickup Passengers Holding Through Tickets Only
All space reserved, no extra cost.
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.
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.
BUS SERVICE - KELOWNA - PENTICTON
READ DOWN
TABLE 3 1
read up
Daily
Daily
Daily
Daily
Daily
Daily
Daily
Daily
P.M.
1130
11.45
P.M.
6.10
6.20
6.35
6.55
7.20
P.M.
P.M.
130
1.45
2.00
2.20
2.40
P.M.
A.M.
8.00
8.15
830
8.50
9.10
A.M.
(Subject to change)
Lv    Kelowna    Ar
    Westbank   	
A.M.
8.25
8.10
7.55
735
7-15
A.M.
P.M.
12.20
12.06
11.52
1133
11.15
A.M.
P.M.
4.40
4.25
4.10
3.50
330
P.M.
P.M.
7.10
6.55
II. 59
6.40
12.20
12-40
A.M.
     Summerland    	
Ar       Penticton       Lv
6.20
6.00
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.
Make your headquarters
at the Royal York
Coming to Toronto? Well, come early, stay late and taste the lively life
of Toronto ... the delights of the Ontario countryside .. . see Niagara
Falls... go to the O'Keefe Centre, the "little" theatres, the coffee houses.
1600 outside rooms at the Royal York all have bath, shower, TV and radio.
There's Moxie Whitney's orchestra in the Imperial Room to dance to
. . . The Black Knight supper club to dine in. And a warm Welcome
waiting—at the Royal York.
TH6
RPVALYORK
TORONTO
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HOTEL
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TRUCK
CARGOJET
Integrated freight-across Canada and around the world
Canadian Pacific rail, ship, truck and cargojet services form
one complete integrated freight system. Trains and trucks
from coast to coast in Canada ... steamships from the
Great Lakes to Britain and Continental ports... cargojets
across Canada and linking five continents—all are combined
to save shippers time and money.
And the personal touch is still there. Canadian Pacific freight
specialists treat each shipment as if it were eggs. They care
about your freight. No matter what you ship, or where, or
how, call in a Canadian Pacific freight traffic representative.
TRAINS / TRUCKS /  SHIPS /   PLANES   /    HOTELS   /   TELECOMMUNICATIONS
WORLD'S   MOST   COMPLETE   TRANSPORTATION   SYSTEM Canad£an(rkc^cc
TABLES 32, 33, 34 and 35
TABLE   32
Canadian (facile
B.C. COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICES
VICTORIA—SEATTLE
"PRINCESS  MARGUERITE"
Victoria-Seattle 81 miles
Service
suspended
for Winter
Season
Pacific Standard Time
Lv Victoria    AT
Ar Seattle Lv
Service
suspended
for Winter
Season
TABLE 33
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER"
Vancouver-Nanaimo 41 miles
Pacific Standard Time
Daily
Daily
Daily
Lv Vancouver (Pier A3) A	
A.M.
4.45
7-30
A.M.
NOON
12.00
2-45
P.M.
P.M.
8-30
II.15
P.M.
Pacific Standard Time
Daily
Daily
Daily
A.M.
8-30
11.15
A.M.
P.M.
345
630
P.M.
A.M.
12.30
Ar Vancouver (Pier A3) A	
3.15
A.M.
A 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 29.
table 34       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 (3H Hours)
(Direct "Royal Victorian" Service   :   PSL-VICL Joint Service)
Lv. ^Vancouver at 6-05 AM (P.S.T.), and every two hours to 8-10 PM (P.S.T.)
Lv.     Victoria     at 6-10 AM (P.S.T.), and every two hours to 8-40 PM (P.S.T.)
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO (3 Hours)
(Joint Service via PSL-VICL)
Lv. •Vancouver at 6-10 AM (P.S.T.), and every two hours to 8-10 PM (P.S.T.)
Lv.    Nanaimo   at 6-40 AM (P.S.T.), and every two hours to 8-40 PM (P.S.T.)
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA (via Nanaimo)
("Royal Islander"—Via PSL-VICL Joint Service Vancouver-Nanaimo, and VICL Nanaimo-Victoria)
(Pacific Standard Time)
Lv.*Vancouver |   8-10 AM | 12.10 PM I   410 PM I   6.10 PM 1       ..       I
Ar.    Victoria I    1.25 PM 1   5-35 PM 1   9-15 PM 1  11.30 PM |       ..       I
Lv.   Victoria |   8.20 AM | 10.15 AM < 12.35 PM j   2.10 PM I   4-05 PM j   6-30 PM
Ar.*Vancouver I    1-25 PM 1   3-25 PM |   5.25 PM 1   7-25 PM I   9-25 pm    11-25 PM
* PSL-VICL motor coaches operate to and from bus terminal in Vancouver. Through fares
cover transfer of passenger and baggage between rail station and bus terminal in Vancouver.
TABLE 35 ALASKA
VANCOUVER-PRINCE RUPERT-SKAGWAY
Vancouver-Skagway 1043 miles
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
Summon, 1965
Pacific Standard Time
Lv Vancouver  8-00 pm
"   Prinoe Rupert.. 11.00 am
"   Ketchikan  9.00 pm
"  Juneau 11.30 pm
Ar Skagway  8.30 am
Lv Skagway 11.00 pm
" Juneau  8.00 am
"   Wrangell I0.00 pm
"   Prince Rupert. .  400 pm
Ar Vancouver  8.30 am
JUNE
May
31
2
I
20
20
24
28
28
July
2
JULY
23
27
31
Aug.
AUGUST
20
24
24
28
Tele-communicate
with anyone, anywhere,
anytime
Use
Canadian Pacific for
world-wide
communications
In Canada and the U.S.—Canadian Pacific has direct
telegraph circuits between principal cities.
To all partt of the world—Canadian Pacific, through its
connections, provides all available cable and wireless communications.
Telegrams, domestic or international • Private
Wire Teletype and Telex • Stock and Grain Exchange Ticker Service • Dow Jones Ticker Service
• Programme Transmission Service.
TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT
HEAD OFFICE: 575 University Street, Montreal
Canadian Gaelic
28
22 how
could
you
• • •
m
go by train
A::;r^
and
leave your
oar behind?
Especially when you can take it with you on Canadian
Pacific's Passenger-witlvAutomobile Plan! Take it both
ways by rail—to use at your destination. Or go one way
by rail, the other in your car. For example, drive across
the country and then glide home (plus car) in the relaxed
comfort of "The Canadian", Canadian Pacific's transcontinental Scenic Dome streamliner. The Plan operates
between all Canadian Pacific points in Canada. Worthwhile considering if you're re-locating, planning a
business trip or vacation. See your Travel Agent or
any Canadian Pacific Office.
/^TRAVEL., y<)       ...
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TRAINS / TRUCKS / SHIPS / PLANES / HOTELS / TELECOMMUNICATIONS
WORLD'S   MOST    COMPLETE   TRANSPORTATION    SYSTEM
will you get the credit
or the blame
for your convention?
Plan for success with Canadian Pacific
smooth-running sessions—comfortable conferences—
fun-filled leisure hours—gourmet meals—every detail
down to the last ashtray considered. What a difference
Canadian Pacific's trained convention staff can make to
your meetings! Canadian Pacific can help you plan your
convention—right from the beginning. (Write us for our
helpful free booklet, M50 Different Types of Meetings".)
Then see who gets the credit.
For in formation, write:
William A. Gray, Manager, Convention and Sales Division
H286 Windsor Station—Montreal, Quebec
Mix business with pleasure at any
of these Canadian Pacific Hotels:
The Royal York,
Toronto, Ont.
Chateau Frontenac,
Quebec, Que.
The Royal Alexandra
Winnipeg. Man.
The Saskatchewan,
Regina, Sask.
The Palliser,
Calgary. Alta.
Banff Springs Hotel.
Banff, Alta.
Chateau Lake Louise,
Lake Louise, Alta.
The Empress,
Victoria, B.C.
The Digby Pines,
Digcy. N.S.
The Algonquin,
St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, N.B.
*Le Baron Motor Hotel,
Sherbrooke, Que.
*Ascot 27,
Rexdale, (Toronto). Ont.
*Tlmberline Hotel,
Banff. Alta.
♦Operated by
Canadian Pacific Hotels
Limited
^J TRAVEL - ^O f
Canadian (factfic
TRAINS / TRUCKS / SHIPS / PLANES / HOTELS / TELECOMMUNICATIONS
WORLD'S   MOST    COMPLETE   TRANSPORTATION   SYSTEM
23 Canadian (facffic
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
(System—Rates
and Divisions)
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, General Freight Traffic Manager  (Bates)
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. Puddington, Asst. General Passenger Agent
R. Myers, Asst. General 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
H. B. McIntyre, Asst. General Passenger Agent
W. L. Worley, District Mail and Baggage 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
D. A. L. McDONALD, Asst. to Freight Traffic Manager
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. Riodell, Asst. General Freight Agent   (Rates)
J. A. MacDonell, General Freight Agent   (Rates and Divisions)
K  D. Carwiichael, 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
D. Walker, Ass't. Foreign Freight Agent
W. J. Ryan, Foreign Freight Agent
Pacific Region
S. H. Garrod, Gen. Foreign Frt. Agt. (Pacific Services)
E. T. McMullen, 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..
Calgary, Alta.. .
Chatham, Ont...
Edmonton, Alta.,
Fort William, Ont..
Fredericton, N.B...
Gait, Ont	
Grand-Mere, Que..
Guelph, Ont	
Halifax, N.S	
Hamilton, Ont	
Kelowna, B.C	
Kingston, Ont	
Kitchener, Ont.. . . ,
Lethbridge, Alta.. .
London, Ont	
Medicine Hat, Alta.
Montreal, Que	
. Can. Pac. Stn	
. Can. Pac. Stn	
Can. Pac. Stn.	
. 107 Colborne St	
. Can. Pac. Stn	
Can. Pac. Stn	
Can. Pac. Stn	
. Can. Pac. Stn	
. Can. Pac Bidg	
Can. Pac. Bldg	
Can. Pac. Stn	
. Can. Pac. Stn	
Can. Pac. Stn	
. Can. Pac. Stn	
. 145 Main St	
. Can. Pac. Stn	
. 75 Macdonnell St	
. 381 Barrington St	
. 14 King St. West	
32 James St. South	
. 1354 Water St	
. 6 Montreal St	
. 36 Ontario St. N	
. Can. Pac. Stn	
. 381 Richmond St	
238 Pall Mall St	
Can. Pac. Stn	
. Windsor Stn	
Windsor Stn	
215 St. James St. West.
Board of Trade Bldg	
Windsor Stn	
Moose Jaw, Sask.... Can. Pac. Stn	
Nanaimo, B.C Can. Pac. Nanaimo Term'l..
Nelson, B.C Foot of Baker Street	
New Westminster,
B.C Can. Pac. Stn	
Niagara Fails, Ont... 578 Queen St	
Oshawa, Ont   11 K King St. E	
Ottawa, Ont 83 Sparks St	
411 Blackburn Bldg	
Owen Sound, Ont...  101, 10th St. E	
Pern broke, Ont Can. Pac. Stn	
Penticton, B.C 300 Martin St	
Peterboro, Ont  135 Hunter St. W	
Portage La Prairie,
Man Can. Pac. Stn	
Port Arthur, Ont Can. Pac. Stn	
Preston, Ont  King St    	
Prince George, B.C.. 2320 McBride Crescent	
Quebec, Que Palais Stn	
Chateau Frontenac Hotel...
Regina, Sask Can. Pac. Stn	
Can. Pac. Stn	
St. Boniface, Man... 136 Provencher	
. E. Shaw	
. C. L. Henderson. ..
. H. K.Wright	
. R. D. Weaver	
. R. G. West	
. J. R. Dickson	
. T. B. Jones	
. W. F. Shaw	
. F. S. Davidson	
. A. J. Wiese	
, W.J. Grant	
. W. E. Edwards.....
W. H. Johnson	
. W. L. Macnamara..
, G. S. Aitkin	
. R. Ouellette	
. F. L. Christopher
. H. Ott	
. S. Clancy	
. F. Shepherd	
. C. Walker	
. W. M. Rose	
. G. Fleming	
. L. Dykeman. ...
W. C. Robinson	
. E.J. Kendall	
, A. M. Wilson	
E. J. Rutherford....
M. B. Mulroy	
N. C. Strange	
. M. Filiatrault...
. J. Brooks	
L. Grenier	
. B. A. Lancey	
. W. H. Duncan..
H. C. May bank.
. E. S. Lakey	
. B. W. Chapman.
Ticket Agt.
Acting Ticket Agent
Dist. Freight Agent
City Pass'r Agt.
City Pass'r and Tkt. Agt.
Div. Freight Agent
City Freight Agt.
City Pass'r Agt.
City Pass'r Agt.
Dist. Pass'r Rep. (CPSS)
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.
Saint John, N.B....
St. Catharines, Ont.
Sarnia, Ont	
Saskatoon, Sask....
Sault Ste. Marie,
Ont  	
Shawinigan, Que....
Sherbrooke, Que.. ..
Sudbury, Ont	
Toronto, Ont.......
75 Germain St	
77 Germain St	
41 Queen St	
118 Front St. North..
Can. Pac. Bldg	
Can. Pac. Bldg	
Can. Pac. Stn	
Can. Pac. Stn	
165 Wellington N..
Elgin and Elm	
King and Yonge...
Trenton, Ont 25 Dundas St. E	
Trois Rivieres,
Que Can. Pac. Stn	
1375 Ste. Julie St	
Vancouver, B.C 434 Hastings St. W	
I Can. Pac. Stn	
! Can. Pac. Stn	
Can. Pac. Stn	
I 102 Government St....
1102 Government St	
227 Nelson St	
18 King St	
196 Ouellette Ave	
824 Caron Ave.....	
Winnipeg, Man Main and Portage	
150 Henry Ave	
150 Henry Ave.	
Woodstock, Ont Can. Pac. Stn 	
Victoria, B.C	
Waiiaceburg, Ont..
Weiland, Ont	
Windsor, Ont	
. 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.
MacMiilan  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. Foumier Dist. Freight Agt.
. L. P. Tache Ticket Agent
. G. S. Harrup City Pass'r Agt.
. H. C. Phillips Dist. Freight Agt.
. Henri D'Escham-
bault Ltd City Ticket Agt.
. E. E. Barge City Pass'r Agt.
. J. W. Waldhouser.. Dist. Freight 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.
. S. A. Lodge City Pass'r Agt.
O. V. Werner Dist. Freight Agt.
R. M. Follett Citv 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. IVIcCusker... 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.
. W. J. Barnard City Pass'r Agt.
24, UNITED STATES
Atlanta, Ga. 30303. .
Boston, Mass. 02116.
Boston, Mass. 02114.
Buffalo, N.Y. 14202..
Chicago, 111.60603...
Chicago, 111.60604...
416 Palmer Bldg	
500 Little Bldg. 80 Boylston..
150 Causeway St	
510 Bank of Buffalo Bldg.,
17 Court St	
39 South LaSaileSt	
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-. 1338 Terminal Tower Bldg..
Da I las, Texas 75201.. 1024 Kirby Bldg	
Detroit, Mich. 48226. 1249 Washington Bivd	
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 Bidg	
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.. 917 W.O.W. Bldg	
Philadelphia, Pa.
19109 Rooms 1036-38 Fidelity....
Philadelphia Trust Bldg	
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15219 2202 Koppers Bldg	
Portland, Me. 04104. 232 Saint John St	
Portland, Ore. 97205. 205, American Bank Bldg...
St. Louis, Mo. 63101. 2051 Ry. Exchange Bldg....
San Francisco, Calif.
94108 55 Grant Ave	
San Francisco, Calif.
94105..... 681 Market St	
Seattle, Wash.
98101  1012 Joshua Green Bldg....
Skagway, Alaska	
Spokane, Wash.
99201 731 Old National Bank Bldg.
Washington, D.C.
20005 1504 K Street N.W	
EUROPE
H. F. Nelson Dist. Pass'r Rep.
C. A. Whitehead... Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
P. G. Watts Gen. Freight Agt.
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.
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 Freight Traffic Rep.
J. A. C. Blair Gen. Agt. Pass'r Serv.
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
S. Byars, 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.
Belfast, Northern Ireland... 43 Arthur Street	
Birmingham, England 4 Victoria Square	
Bristol, England  18 St. Augustine's Parade.
Copenhagen V, Denmark Vesterbrogade 6-D	
Dundee, Scotland 26 East Dock St	
Dusseldorf, Germany Immermannstrasse 23	
Frankfurt, Germany Taunusstrasse 52-60	
Geneva, Switzerland  |-3 Rue Chantepoulet G. Arqumt
Glasgow, Scotland  159-161 St. Vincent Street... C. A. Gow, F. R. E. Fish
Hamburg, Germany Jungfernstieg 49 f McKerrow
Lisbon, Portugal Avenida da Liberdade 261 - - - >• L. Jones, H Simoes
Liverpool, England Royal Liver Bldg  P. Spilsbury, H. K. Williams,
E. C. Clement
London, W.C. 2, England.... Trafalgar Square	
. J. M. Sampaio
. J. I. Topping
. F. L. Burton, B. G. Curzon
. N. E. Spencer, W. E. Jury
. M. M. Holmgren
. C. A. E. Curie
I. M. Brown
P. P. R. King
H. E. W. Chapman (London
Pass'r Sales Manager)
. K. W. Muir, G. K. Buckle
. G. V. L. Andrade
. C. A. L. Mansbridge,
W. Richardson
. R. A. Leleu, W. F. L. Smith,
H. Hargadon
Rome, Italy 28 Via Vittorio Veneto...... Q. inserra
Rotterdam, 2, Holland Westblaak 10 (P.O. Box233). W. Thornton, L. N. J. Smet
Southampton, England Union Castle House, ,  ^     ,   .
Canute Rd J.J.Goodwin
Athens, Greece Stadium St 59B A. Bedrossian
London, E.C. 3, England 30-34 Mincing Lane	
Madrid, Spain Edificio Espana (Arcade).
Manchester, England 43 Cross Street	
Paris, France 24 Boulevard des Capucines..
Basle, Switzerland Centralbahnplatz 3	
Beirut, Lebanon Parliament Square	
Berlin, Germany Rhemstr. | |,
Berlin-Friedenau	
Berne, Switzerland Bubenbergplatz 9	
Bonn, Germany Martinstrasse 22	
Bordeaux, France 25 Cours du Marechal Foch. .
Bremen, Germany Gustav-Deetjen-Allee 4-6. . .
Cairo, Egypt 8 Sharia Talaat Harb	
(ex Soliman Pasha)
Cherbourg, France 48 Rue Alfred Rossel	
Cologne, Germany Hohenzollernring 5	
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 Jamvagsgatan 25	
Helsinki, Finland Etela Ranta 8, Sodra Kajen..
Lausanne, Switzerland..   15 Rue de Bourg	
Leghorn, Italy 34, Via E. Rossi	
Le Havre, France  |Q9 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	
Munich, Germany Theatmerstr. 11	
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	
Wm. Muller&Co. A. G.
Hitti Freres
HaDag-Lloyd Reiseburo   <
Kehrli & Oeler
Hapag-Lloyd Reiseburo
S. C. M. Franco-Britannique
Hapag-Lloyd Reiseburo
. Jolley's & Co.
. Cherbourg Maritime
. Hapag-Lloyd Reiseburo
. Bennett's Travel Bureau Ltd.
. Fert & Co.
. Gastaldi & Co.
. Nordisk Resebureau A.B.
Aaron Rosenfeld
. Halsingborgs Resebyra
. 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.
. Hapag-Lloyd Reiseburo
. 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.
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 G. S. RENNIE, Sales Manager—
Union House (comer of Rail and Steamship, Canadian Pacific
Chater Road and Pedder St.)
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 63),
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 Canadian (Pacific | _
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 October 25, 1964, to April 30
1968 — Consult your local agent for 'Faresaver* Plan fares available from May 1
, 1965;
• ONE-WAY
PASSAGE FARES
• ONE-WAY ALL-INCLUSIVE FARES COVERING PASSAGE,  MEALS ENROUTE AND PARLOR OR
SLEEPING CAR ACCOMMODATION SPECIFIED—EXCLUSIVE OF GRATUITIES
For
journey
commencing Dly.
except
Fri.&Sun.
For
journey
commencing
Friday or
Sunday
BETWEEN
Parlor
Car
Seat
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
STANDARD SLEEPING CARS
Lower
Berth
▲
Upper
Berth
▲
■
Section
A
Lower
Berth
A
Upper
Berth
A
■ Section
or
Roomette
A
Bedroom
A
Compartment
A
Drawing-
room
A
$     0
35.50
$     0
35.50
34.00
17.50
32.50
29.50
3.40
29.50
a 6.20
d 4.70
29.50
29.50
ell.80
/9.30
43.00
22.00
34.00
32.50
16.50
31.00
28.00
28.00
28.00
28.00
e 9.00
/6.80
41.50
20.50
32.50
22.00
32.50
17.50
19.00
31.00
28.00
17.50
28.00
26.50
26.50
41.50
20.50
23.50
23.50
16.00
31.00
10.50
16.00
15.00
10.50
18.65
10.50
16.00
23.50
12.50
12.00
19.00
8.00
14.50
12.00
34.00
32.50
14.50
15.00
12.50
11.00
9.20
10.00
19.00
Montreal, Que., and:
Banff, Alta   .
$        0
&*4.25
b'e'.2Q
b 5.10
18 ^ 80
214.40
li'.bo
212.20
xlS.OQ
x\5.00
210.70
17.00
$        0
54.50
50.50
28.00
49.00
46.00
46*00
46*00
46.00
65*50
32.50
50.50
49.00
25.00
47.50
42.00
42.00
42.00
42.00
64! 00
31.00
49.00
32.50
49.00
28.00
29.50
47.50
42.00
28.00
42.00
40.50
40.50
64.00
31.00
37.50
37.50
24.50
47.50
tcl5.00
24.50
23.50
215.00
222.15
2I4.OO
219.50
37.50
18.50
18.00
29.50
20*50
50*50
49.00
20.50
23.50
18.50
16.00
212.70
213.50
29.50
$      0
49.50
45.00
23.50
43.50
40.50
40*50
40*50
40.50
58*00
28.00
45.00
43.50
21.50
42.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
56*50
26.50
43.50
28.00
43.50
23.50
25.00
42.00
36.00
23.50
36.00
34.50
34.50
56.50
26.50
31.50
31.50
21.00
42.00
213.00
21.00
20.00
213.00
220.15
212.00
217.50
31.50
16.50
16.00
25.00
18150
45! 00
43.50
18.50
20.00
16.50
14.00
210.70
211.50
25.00
$     0
63.50
56.50
31.50
55.00
52.00
52*6o
52! 00
52.00
73*50
36.00
56.50
55.00
28.50
53.50
47.00
47.00
47.00
47.00
72*60
34.50
55.00
36.00
55.00
31.50
33.00
53.50
47.00
31.50
47.00
45.50
45.50
72.00
34.50
42.50
42.50
28.00
53.50
217.00
28.00
27.00
217.00
224.15
2I6.OO
221.50
42.50
21.00
20.50
33.00
23*00
56*50
55.00
23.00
27.00
21.00
18.00
213.70
215.50
33.00
$        0
64.50
58.50
33.00
57.00
54.00
54*00
54! 00
54.00
017.80
7*13.40
75.50
37.50
58.50
57.00
28.50
55.50
48.00
48.00
48.00
48.00
^15.00
h\\.2Q
74.00
36.00
57.00
37.50
57.00
33.00
34.50
55.50
48.00
33.00
48.00
46.50
46.50
74.00
36.00
43.50
43.50
28.00
55.50
217.00
28.00
27.00
217.00
224.15
2I6.OO
221.50
43.50
21.00
20.50
34.50
23*00
219.00
58.50
57.00
23.00
27.00
21.00
18.00
213.70
215.50
34.50
$        0
55.50
50.00
26.50
48.50
45.50
45*50
45*50
45.50
015.80
Mi.40
65.00
31.00
50.00
48.50
23.50
47.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
013.00
h 9.20
63.50
29.50
48.50
31.00
48.50
26.50
28.00
47.00
40.00
26.50
40.00
38.50
38.50
63.50
29.50
35.50
35.50
23.00
47.00
215.00
23.00
22.00
215.00
222.15
214.00
219.50
35.50
18.50
18.00
28.00
20*50
217.00
50.00
48.50
20.50
22.00
18.50
16.00
211.70
213.50
28.00
$         0
76.50
66.50
37.50
65.00
62.00
62*00
62*00
62.00
019.80
7*15.40
88.50
42.00
66.50
65.00
33.00
63.50
55.00
55.00
55.00
55.00
017.00
7*13.20
87.00
40.50
65.00
42.00
65.00
37.50
39.00
63.50
55.00
37.50
55.00
53.50
53.50
87.00
40.50
50.50
50.50
32.50
63.50
220.50
32.50
31.50
220.50
227.65
219.50
225.00
50.50
24.50
24.00
39.00
26*50
222.50
66.50
65.00
26.50
31.50
24.50
21.50
216.20
219.00
39.00
$     0
107.50
94.50
52.50
93.00
90.00
90.'6o
96! 00
90.00
025.80
7*21.40
127.00
57.00
94.50
93.00
44.50
91.50
77.00
77.00
77.00
77.00
023.00
7*19.20
125.50
55.50
93.00
57.00
93.00
52.50
54.00
91.50
77.00
52.50
77.00
75.50
75.50
125.50
55.50
72.50
72.50
44.00
91.50
227.50
44.00
43.00
227.50
234.65
226.50
232.00
72.50
33.50
33.00
54.00
35*50
229.50
94.50
93.00
35.50
43.00
33.50
28.50
221.70
226.00
54.00
$        0
120.50
107.50
62.00
106.00
103.00
103*00
I03'00
103.00
027.80
7*23.40
139.50
66.50
107.50
106.00
54.00
104.50
88.50
88.50
88.50
88.50
025.00
7*21.20
138.00
65.00
106.00
66.50
106.00
62.00
63.50
104.50
88.50
62.00
88.50
87.00
87.00
138.00
65.00
84.00
84.00
53.50
104.50
236.00
53.50
52.50
236.00
243.15
235.00
240.50
84.00
43.00
42.50
63.50
45*60
238.00
107.50
106.00
45.00
52.50
43.00
37.00
230.20
234.50
63.50
$         0
131.00
34.00
Calgary-Edmonton, Alta	
118.00
17.50
Fort William, Ont	
74.50
32.50
Medicine Hat, Alta	
116.50
29.50
Moose Jaw, Sask	
113.50
2.70
Ottawa, Ont	
29.50
cPrince Albert, Sask	
113.50
a 4.70
Quebec, Que   ,
d 3.60
Quebec, Que	
29.50
Regina, Sask	
113.50
29.50
cSaskatoon, Sask ..."
113.50
ell.80
Toronto, Ont	
032.80
/ 7.40
Toronto, Ont..	
7*28.40
43.00
Vancouver, B.C	
150.00
22.00
Winnipeg, Man	
79.00
34.00
Ottawa, Ont., and:
Banff, Alta	
118.00
32.50
Calgary-Edmonton, Aita	
116.50
16.50
Fort William, Ont	
66.50
31.00
Medicine Hat, Alta	
115.00
28.00
Moose Jaw, Sask.	
99.00
28.00
cPrince Albert, Sask	
99.00
28.00
Regina, Sask	
99.00
28.00
e 9.00
/520
cSaskatoon, Sask..	
Toronto, Ont.. ...	
Toronto, Ont	
99.00
030.00
7*26.20
41.50
Vancouver, B.C	
148.50
20.50
Winnipeg, Man	
77.50
32.50
22.00
Toronto, Ont., and:
Banff, Alta	
Brandon, Man	
116.50
79.00
32.50
Calgary-Edmonton, Alta	
116.50
17.50
Fort William, Ont	
74.50
19.00
Kenora, Ont	
76.00
31.00
Medicine Hat, Alta	
115.00
28.00
Moose Jaw, Sask	
99.00
17.50
Port Arthur, Ont	
74.50
28.00
cPrince Albert, Sask	
99.00
26.50
26 50
Regina, Sask	
cSaskatoon, Sask......  .  ...
97.50
97.50
148.50
77.50
94.50
41.50
20.50
23.50
Vancouver, B.C	
Winnipeg, Man	
Fort William, Ont., and:
Banff, Alta	
23.50
Calgary-Edmonton, Alta	
94.50
16.00
Regina, Sask	
66.00
31.00
10.00
Vancouver, B.C „	
Winnipeg, Man	
115.00
242.50
16.00
Winnipeg, Man., and:
Banff, Alta	
66.00
15 00
Calgary-Edmonton, Alta	
65 00
10.00
17.15
Moose Jaw, Sask..	
cPrince Albert, Sask	
242.50
249.65
9.00
Regina, Sask..	
241.50
14 50
cSaskatoon, Sask	
247.00
94.50
52.50
23.50
12.50
Vancouver, B.C	
Regina, Sask., and:
Banff, Alta	
12.00
Calgary, Alta	
51.50
19.00
6.70
14.50
12.00
Vancouver, B.C	
Calgary, Alta., and:
Revelstoke, B.C	
Vancouver, B.C	
Edmonton, Alta., and:
Kelowna. B.C.	
76.00
54*00
244 50
34.00
Montreal, Que	
J 18.00
32.50
14.50
15.00
Toronto, Ont..	
Vancouver, B.C..	
116.50
54.00
65.00
12.50
Vancouver, B.C., and:
Banff, Alta. ....«.«.....«<	
52 00
11.00
7.70
8.50
19.00
Field, B.C ..«.„..	
Kelowna, B.C „	
Revelstoke, B.C	
cSaskatoon, Sask •
43.50
234.70
241.00
76.00
a—Applies for journeys commencing during periods Dec. 18 to Jan. 7 and Feb. 10 to Mar. 3.
&—SIsghtly 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—-Applies for journeys commencing during periods Oct. 25 to Dec. 17; Jan. 8 to Feb. 9 and Mar. 4
to Apr. 30.
e—-Applies for journeys commencing during periods Dec. 20 to Dec. 25; Dec. 27 to Jan. I and
Jan. 3; Apr. 15, 18 and |9.
/—Applies for journeys commencing during periods Oct. 25 to Dec. 19; Dec. 26 and Jan. 2; Jan. 4
to Apr. 14; Apr. 16 and 17; Apr. 20 to Apr. 30.
0—Fare covers passage and sleeping car accommodation (no meals).
ft—Slightly higher fare applies when journey is being commenced on Friday and Sunday: fare
covers passage and sleeping car accommodation (no meals).
0—Not valid for stopover; stopover fares available from local agent.
■—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 $2-50.
3—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  (IVI)
Abercorn, Que. (c)  9
Abernethy, Sask  (B)
Abound, Sask  (M)
Acme, Alta  (M)
Adamsville, Que  13
Adanac, Sask  (B)
Adirondack Jct., Que  13
Agassiz, B.C  1, 2, 7
Agincourt, Ont  19, 20, 23A
Aiktow, Sask  (M)
Airdrie.Alta  26
Akenside, Alta  (IVI)
Alameda, Sask  (B)
Albany, N.Y  16, 22
Albert Canyon, B.C  7
Albion, B.C  7
Alderson, Alta  6
Aldersyde, Alta  28
Alexander, Man  5
Alexandria, Minn  25
Alfred, Ont  17
Algoma, Ont . .. 24
Algrove, Sask  (IVI)
Alhambra, Alta  (B)
Alix.Alta  (B)
Allingham, Alta  (IVI)
Alliston,Ont  24
Almonte. Ont  8
Alstonvale, Que 17, (E)
Altario.Alta  (IVI)
Altawan, Sask  (IVI)
Alton, Ont  23
Altona, Man.  (B)
Amisk.Alta  (B)
Amyot, Ont  4
Andover.N.B  (IVI)
Andrew, Alta (B), (M)
Aneroid, Sask  (B)
Angler, Ont  4
Angliers, Que  (IVI)
Annapolis Royal, N.S. (c)... 10
Ann Arbor, Mich  21
Annonciation, Que  (E)
Antelope, Sask  6
Apple Hill, Ont  20
Arborg, Man  (B)
Archerwill, Sask  (IVI)
Archive, Sask  (IVI)
Areola, Sask  (B)
Arden.Man  (B)
Ardendale, Ont  20
Arelee, Sask  (IVI)
Armley.Sask (B), (IVI)
Armstrong, B.C (B), 30
Arnaud, Man  25
Arnes, Man  (B)
Arnprior, Ont.  1,4, 8
Aroostook, N.B. (c)  (IVI)
Arrow River, Man  (M)
Arthurette, N.B  (IVI)
Ashcroft, B.C  7
Ashton, Ont  8, 18
Aspen Beach, Alta  (IVI)
Asquith, Sask (B), (IVI)
Atiee, Alta  (IVI)
Attean.Me  (IVI)
Attica, Sask  (IVI)
Austin, Man  5
Avonmore, Ont  20
Ayr, Ont  21
Azilda, Ont  4
Bagot, Man  5
Baie d'TJrfe, Que 17, (E)
Bailey, N.B  13
Bain, Alta  (IVI)
Bala, Ont  24
Balcarres, Sask  (B)
Balgonie, Sask  6
Baljennie, Sask  (IVI)
Balmoral, Man  (B)
Balzac. Alta  26
Banff, Alta. ®  1, 2, 6
Bankend, Sask  (IVI)
Baragar Man  (IVI)
28
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Barford, Sask  (M)
Barker, N.B  (M)
Barnard, Me  (M)
Barnet, B.C  7
Barnet, Vt  9
Barnwell, Alta  27
Barons, Alta  28
Barrette, Que  (E)
Barrie, Ont. (c)  24
Bar River, Ont  24
Barton, Vt  9
Basque, B.C  7
Bassano, Alta  6, (IVI)
Basswood, Man  (B)
Bathurst.Ont  20
Batiscan, Que  15
Battle Creek, Mich  21
Battrum, Sask  (M)
Bawlf, Alta  (B)
Baxter, Ont  24
Bay Trail, Sask  (M)
Beaconsfieid, Que 17, (E)
Beam, Que  (M)
Bearspaw, Alta  6
Beaubier, Sask  (M)
Beaucage, Ont  4
Beaurepaire, Que  17, (E)
Beausejour, Man  (B)
Beauvallon, Alta (B), (M)
Beaverhill, Alta  (M)
Beavermouth, B.C  7
Beddington, Alta  26
Bedell, Ont  20
Beeton, Ont  24
Beiseker, Alta  (IVI)
Belair. Que  15
Belbeck, Sask  (IVI)
Bellamy, Ont  18
Belle Plaine, Sask  6
Bellerive, Que  (E)
Belle River, Ont  21
Belleville, Ont. (c)  19, 20
Benalto, Alta  (B)
Bennett, Alta  (M)
Benson, Me  (M)
Bentley, Alta  (M)
Berkeley, Ont  23
Berthier, Que  15
Berwick, N.S. (c)  10
Betalock, Sask  (M)
Beveridge, N.B  (M)
Beverley, Sask  6
Bexhill, Sask  (M)
Bienfait, Sask  (B)
Big Beaver, Sask. (c)  (M)
Biggar, Sask  (B)
Bigwood, Ont  24
Bindloss, Alta  (M)
Binscarth, Man  (B)
Birch Lake, Sask  (IVI)
Birchton, Que..,  13
Birtle, Man  (B)
Biscotasing, Ont  4
Bishopric, Sask  (M)
Bittern Lake, Alta  (B)
Blackburn, Ont  17
Blackfalds, Alta  26
Blackie, Alta  28
Black Rock, N.Y  22
Blagdon. N.B  13
Blind River, Ont  24
Blooming, Sask  (M)
Blucher, Sask  (B)
Blueberry Creek, B.C  (B)
Bluffton, Alta  (M)
Bodfish, Me  (IVI)
Boharm, Sask  6
Boissevain, Man. (c)  (B)
Bolingbroke, Ont  20
Bolkow, Ont  4
Bolton, Ont .. 24
Bonartaw, Ont  20
Bonfield, Ont  4
Bonheur, Ont  5, (M)
Bordeaux, Que 15, 17, (E)
Boston, Mass  9
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Boston Ranch, Me      (M)
Botha, Alta        (B)
Bouchard, Que        (E)
Boundary, Que      (M)
Bounty, Sask      (IVI)
Bourget, Ont         17
Bouyant, Alta      (M)
Bowden, Alta         26
Bowell, Alta  6
Bow Island, Alta         27
Bowmanville, Ont.(c) 19, 20
Bracken, Sask      (IVI)
Braddock, Sask      (IVI)
Bradwardine, Man       (IVi)
Braeside, Ont  8
Brampton. Ont. (c)         23
Brandon. Man.® (B)(c) 1,2,3,5, (IVI)
Brant, Alta         28
Brantford, Ont. (c)         22
Brass, Sask       (M)
Brassua, Me      (IVI)
Bredenbury, Sask       (B)
Breton, Alta       (IVI)
Bridgeford, Sask      (IVi)
Bridgetown, N.S  14
Brigham, Que  9
Brightmore, Sask        (B)
Brighton, Ont 19, 20
Brignall, Ont         24
Brilliant, B.C       (B)
Brisco, B.C       (M)
Britt, Ont.(c)  24
Broadacres, Sask      (IVI)
Broadview, Sask.® 1, 2, 5, 6
Brockville, Ont. (c) 18, 19
Broderick, Sask      (IVI)
Bromhead, Sask      (IVI)
Brookport, Que    9, 13
Brooks, Alta  6
Brownlee, Sask      (IVI)
Brownville Jct., Me  . .13, (IVI)
Bruce, Ont         24
Brucy, Que 17, (E)
Bruderheim, Alta. (B), (IVI)
Buckingham Jct., Que         17
Buda, Ont 5, (M)
Buffalo, Alta      (Ml)
Buffalo, N.Y         22
Buffalo Gap, Sask  .     (M)
Buford. Alta      (M)
Bull Pound, Alta       (M)
Bull's Head, Alta         27
Bulwer, Que         13
Bulyea, Sask       (B)
Buoyant, Alta      (M)
Burdett, Alta         27
Burketon, Ont.. 20, 23A
Burlington, Ont         22
Burnside, Man  5
Burr, Sask        (M)
Burrows, Sask  5
Burstall, Sask.      (M)
Burton Lake, Sask        (M)
Burwash, Ont         24
Bury, Que         13
Busteed, Ont  5, (M)
Buttress, Sask      (M)
Cabane Ronde, Que         15
Cabri, Sask      (M)
Cache Bay, Ont  4
Cadogan, Alta        (B)
Cadorna, Que         15
Calgary, Alta. ® (A) (c; (B) 1,2,6,
26, 28, (M)
Calmar, Alta      (M)
Calumet, Que         17
Cambie, B.C  7
Campbellville, Ont         21
Camp Borden, Ont         24
Camp Gagetown, N.B 11,(B)
Camp Morton, Man       (B)
Camrose, Alta.(c)       (B)
Canmore, Alta  6
Canoe, B.C  7
Cantuar, Sask.      (M)
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Canuck, Sask      (M)
Capasin, Sask      (M)
Cap de la Madeleine, Que.. .        15
Caradoc, Ont         21
Carberry, Man  5
Carbon, Alta      (M)
Cardell, Sask  6
Carey, Man         25
Carleton Place, Ont. (c) .1,4,8,18,19
Carley, Ont         24
Carlin, B.C  7
Carlyle, Sask        (B)
Carman, Man        (B)
Carmangay, Alta         28
Carmichael, Sask  6
Carnduff, Sask        (B)
Carnegie, Man       (M)
Caron, Sask  6
Carroll, Man..        (B)
Carseland, Alta  6
Carstairs, Alta         26
Cartier, Ont.® 1, 2, 4
Cartwright, Man       (B)
Cascade, B.C.(c)	
Cassils, Alta 6, (M)
Castleford, Ont  8
Castlegar, B.C.(A)        (B)
Castle Mountain, Alta  6
Castor, Alta        (B)
Cataract, Ont         23
Cater, Sask      (M)
Cathkin, Sask      (M)
Cavan, Ont 20, 23A
Cavendish, Alta      (SVI)
Cayley, Alta         28
Cedar Park, Que 17, (E)
Centre, Vt  9
Chalk River, Ont.® 1, 2,4, 8
Champion, Alta         28
Chancellor, Alta.      (I¥l)
Chapleau, Ont.®   1, 2,4
Chaplin, Sask  6
Charmian, Sask      (M)
Chase, B.C  7
Chater, Man  5
Chatham, Ont.(c) 19, 21
Chatsworth, Ont         23
Chaumox, B.C  4
Chelmsford, Ont  7
Cheltenham, Ont         23
Chesterville, Ont         20
Chicago, 111   19, 21
Chilliwack, B.C.(c)  7
Chin, Alta         27
China Bar, B.C  7
Chipman.N.B      (M)
Chitek, Sask      (M)
Chitek Lake, Sask      (M)
Choate, B.C  7
Choisy, Que 17, (E)
Churchbridge, Sask        (B)
Churchville, Ont         23
Cisco, B.C  7
Clandeboye, Man        (B)
Clandonald, Alta (B). (M)
Claremont, Ont 20, 23A
Clarendon, N.B         13
Claresholm, Alta         28
Claydon, Sask      (M)
Clearwater, Man       (B)
Clemens, Sask         (B)
Climax, Sask      (M)
Clive.Alta        (E)
Cloan, Sask      (IVI)
Clover Bar, Alta      (M)
Cloverleaf, Man 5, (IVI)
Cluny, Alta  6
Coaldale, Alta         27
Coalhurst, Alta         28
Cobden, Ont  8
Cobourg, Ont. (c) 19, 20
Cochrane, Alta  6
Coderre, Sask      (M)
Codette, Sask (B), (M)
Colborne, Ont  19, 20
Coldwater, Ont         24
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Coldwell, Ont  4
Colonsay, Sask  (B)
Como, Que 17, (E)
Compeer, Alta.  (M)
Conception, Que  (E)
Concord, N.H   9
Condor, Alta  (B)
Congress, Sask   (M)
Coniston, Ont  4
Conquest, Sask  (M)
Conrad, Alta.  (M)
Consort, Alta (B), (M)
Constance, Sask  (M)
Consul, Sask  (M)
Control, Alta  (M)
Cookshire, Que  13
Cooksville, Ont  21, 23
Copper Cliff, Ont. (c)  24
Coquitlam, B.C  1, 2, 7
Corbetton, Ont  23
Corinne, Sask  (B)
Cork,N.B  13
Cornwall, Ont. (c)  19
Cornwallis, N.S   10
Coronach, Sask  (M)
Coronation, Alta (B), (M)
Cory. Sask  (M)
Courtenay, B.C  29
Cosway, Alta  (M)
Countess, Alta  (M)
Court, Sask  (M)
Courval, Sask  (M)
Cowansville, Que. (c)....... 9
Craigdhu, Alta  (M)
Craigellachie, B.C  7
Craighurst, Ont   24
Cranbrook, B.C (A) (c)
Crandall, Man  (M)
Cranford, Alta  27
Craven, Sask  (B)
Creelman, Sask..  (B)
Cressday, Alta  (M)
Crestwynd, Sask  (M)
Crombies, Ont  23
Cross, Sask  6
Crossfleld, Alta   26
Crowfoot, Alta  6
Crumlin, Ont  21
Crystal City, Man  (B)
Crystal Springs, Sask  (M)
Culross, Man  (B)
Cumberland Bay, N.B  (M)
Currie, N.B  (M)
Cutler, Ont  24
Cutoff, Sask  (M)
Cymric, Sask  (B)
Cypress River, Man  (B)
Czar, Alta  (B)
Dafoe, Sask  (B)
Dagmar, Ont 20, 23A
Dalemead, Alta  6
Dalhousie Mills, Que  20
Dalroy, Alta  (M)
Dalton, Ont  4
Dand, Man  (B)
Danforth, Me  13
Danforth, Ont 19, 20
Daphne, Sask  (B)
Darlingford, Man  (B)
Dawson City, Yukon  (D)
Dawson Creek, B.C  (D)
Daysland, Alta  (B)
Dayton, Ont  24
Dean Lake, Ont  24
Deauville, Que  13
De Beaujeu, Que  20
Deep Brook, N.S  10
Deleau, Man  (B)
Deloraine, Man  (B)
Delson, Que  13
Dendron, Sask  (M)
Denhart, Alta  (M)
Deroche, B.C  7
Derwent, Alta (B), (M)
Desbarats, Ont  24 Table
Deschambault, Que         15
Detroit, Mich   19, 21
Detroit Lakes, Minn         25
Deux Rivieres, Ont  4
Dewberry, Alta (B), (M)
Dewdney, B.C  7
Dewinton, Alta         28
Didsbury, Alta         26
Digby, N.S. (c) 10, 14
Dinorwic, Ont 5, (M)
Ditchfleld, Que      (IVI)
Divide, Sask      (M)
Dixie, Ont 21,23
Dockmure, Ont         24
Dollard, Sask      (IVI)
Dominion City, Man         25
Don, Ont 19, 20, 23A
Donald, B.C  7
Dorion, Ont  4
Dorion, Que 17, 20, (E)
Dorothy, Alta        (M)
Dorval, Que 1 4,17, 19, 20, (E)
Douglas, Man  5
Dozois, Que      (M)
Dragon, Que 17, (E)
Dramis, Que       (M)
Dranoel. Ont 20, 23A
Drumbo, Ont         21
Drumheller, Alta. (c)      (M)
Dryden, Ont 1, 5, (M)
Drynoch.B.C  7
Dubuc, Sask       (B)
Duchess, Alta      (M)
Dufrost, Man         25
Duncairn, Sask      (M)
Duncan, B.C         29
Dundalk.Ont         23
Dunfermline, Sask      (M)
Dunkirk, Sask      (M)
Dunmore, Alta  6
Dunphy.Alta      (M)
Duval, Sask       (B)
Dyment, Ont 5, (M)
Eagle River, Ont 5, (M)
East Coulee, Alta  (M)
East Edmonton, Alta  (M)
Eastend, Sask  (M)
East Poplar, Sask. (c)  (M)
Eastray, Que  13
East Ryegate, Vt  9
Eau Claire, Ont  4
Echo Bay, Ont  24
Eckner, Sask  (M)
Eckville, Alta  (B)
Edfield, Sask  (M)
Edison, Ont 5, (M)
Edmonton, Alta.®(A)(c) (B), 2, 26
Edmore, Sask  (M)
Edmundston, N.B.(c)	
Elbow, Sask  (M)
Eley, Ont  24
Elfros, Sask  (B)
Elkhorn, Man  5
Elk Island, Alta (B), (M)
Ellard, Que  (E)
Ellerslie. Alta  26
Ellwood, Ont  20
Elm Creek. Man  (B)
Elmstead, Ont  21
Elson, B.C  7
Elstow, Sask  (B)
Emerson, Man.(c)  2, 25
Empress, Alta  (IVI)
Enderby, B.C 30, (B)
Englewood, 111  21
English River, Ont 5, (M)
Eniaugra, Que  9
Enniskillen, N.B  13
Ensign, Alta  28
Entice, Alta  (M)
Environ, Sask  (M)
Erindale, Ont 21, 23
Ernfold, Sask  6
Erskine, Alta  (B)
Essa, Ont  24
Esterhazy, Sask  (B)
Estevan, Sask.(c) (B), (M)
Estuary, Sask  (IVI)
Etzikom, Alta  (M)
Expanse, Sask  (M)
Exshaw, Alta  6
Eyebrow, Sask  (M)
Fabre, Que  (M)
Fannystelle, Man  (B)
Farnham, Que.(c)  9, 13
Farrellton, Que  (E)
Fassett, Que  17
Federal. Alta  (B)
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Fenwick, Ont        22
Ferland, Sask      (M)
Fernmount, N.B      (M)
Field, B.C. ® 1,2,6,7
Fife Lake, Sask  (M)
Fillmore, Sask  (B)
Fincastle, Alta  27
Finch, Ont  20
Findlay, Man  (B)
Finmark, Ont 5, (M)
Finnegan, Alta  (M)
Finns, Man  (B)
Fir Mountain, Sask  (M)
Fishing Lake, Sask  (M)
Fitzallen, Alta  (M)
Fleet, Alta  (B)
Fleming, Sask  5
Flesherton, Ont  23
Flintoft, Sask  (M)
Floors, Man  (M)
Foam Lake, Sask (B), (M)
Forde, B.C..  7
Foremost, Alta  (M)
Forget, Sask  (B)
Forks of Credit, Ont  23
Forrest, Man (B), (M)
Forshee, Alta  (M)
Fort Erie, Ont.(c)  22
Fort Macleod. Alta  28
Fort Nelson, B.C  (D)
Fort St. John, B.C  (D)
Fort William, Ont.®(c) 1,2,4,5, (M)
Fosston, Sask  (M)
Foster, Que  13
Fox Valley, Sask  (M)
Grand Pre, N.S	
Granta, Alta	
Granum, Alta	
Granville, N.B.. ..
Grassy Lake, Alta..
Gravelle, Que	
Grayson, Sask..
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10
... (M)
28
... (M)
27
... (E)
...       (B)
Great Falls, Man       (B)
Greely.B.C  7
Green Valley, Ont         20
Greenville. Me 13, (M)
Greenwood, N.S         14
Grenfell, Sask  6
Grenville, Que         17
Gretna, Man. (c)       (B)
Griesbach, Alta      (M)
Griswold, Man  5
Grondines, Que         15
Grovehili, Que 17, (E)
Guelph, Ont        (C)
Guelph Jct., Ont 19. 21
Guenette, Que        (E)
Guernsey, Sask       (B)
Gull Lake, Sask  6
Gunne, Ont 5, (M)
Gunnworth, Sask..
Gunton, Man..
Gwynne, Alta..
(M)
(B)
(B)
Foxwarren, Man.
Francis, Sask	
Franklin, Man	
Franktown, Ont	
Franz, Ont	
Fraserwood, Man...,
Fraxa, Ont	
Fredericton, N.B.(c)
(B)
(B)
(B)
18
3.4
(B)
23
11,13,(B),(M)
Fredericton Jct., N.B 11, 13
French River, Ont  24
Frobisher, Sask.  (B)
Frontier, Sask  (M)
Fulda. Sask  (M)
Fulford, Que  13
Fusilier, Sask  (M)
Gaboury, Que  (M)
Gadsby, Alta  (B)
Gagetown Camp, N.B 11, (B)
Gaines, Sask  (M)
Galt, Ont. (c)  19, 21
Garden River, Ont  24
Garson, Man  (B)
Gascoigne, Sask  (M)
Gatine, Alta  (M)
Gatineau, Que  17
Gautier, Man  (M)
Gayford, Alta  (M)
Gendreau, Que  (M)
Genelle, B.C  (B)
Geneva, Ont  4
Geoffroy, Que  (M)
Gibbs, Sask  (B)
Gimli, Man  (B)
Glacier, B.C  2. 7
Glade, B.C  (B)
Gladmar, Sask  (M)
Gladstone, Man  (B)
Gladwin. B.C  7
Glamis, Sask  (M)
Gleichen, Alta  6
Glenboro, Man  (B)
Glenbow, Alta  6
Glenbush, Sask  (M)
Glencoe, Ont  21
Glen Ewen, Sask  (B)
Glen Otter, Ont  24
Glenside, Sask  (M)
Glen Tay, Ont  20
Glenton, Que  9
Glentworth, Sask  (M)
Glenwood, Minn  25
Goderich, Ont  (c)
Golburn, Sask  (IVI)
Golden, B.C  1. 2, 7
Goudie, Sask  (M)
Gould, Que  13
Govan, Sask  (B)
Govenlock, Sask  CM)
Grafton, Ont  19. 20
Grand Bay, N.B  13
Grand Coulee, Sask  6
Grande Pointe, Man  25
Grande Prairie, Alta  (°)
Grand Falls, N.B  (C)
Hagen.Sask      (M)
Haig, B.C  7
Hairy Hill, Alta (B), (M)
Halbrite, Sask       (B)
Haley's, Ont  8
Halifax, N.S. ® (c)         10
Halkirk, Alta        (B)
Hallonquist, Sask      (M)
Halsbury, Alta      (M)
Hamiota, Man (B), (M)
Hamilton, Ont.® (c)19, 20, 22, 23A
Hamlet, Alta      (M)
Hamlin, Sask      (M)
Hammond, Ont         17
Handel, Sask      (M)
Haney.B.C  7
Hantsport, N.S. (c)  10
Harding, Man      (M)
Hardisty, Alta       (B)
Hargrave, Man  5
Harrison Mills, B.C  7
Harrowby.Man       (B)
Hart, Sask       (M)
Hartney, Man       (B)
Harvey, N.B         13
Hatfield, Sask       (B)
Hatherleigh, Sask      (M)
Hatton, Sask  6
Hatzic, B.C  7
Havelock, Ont 20, 23A
Hawarden, Sask      (M)
Hawkesbury, Ont         17
Hawk Jct., Ont  3
Hawk Lake, Ont 5, (M)
Hayter,Alta       (B)
Haywood, Man       (B)
Hazeldine, Alta. (B), (M)
Hazelridge, Man 5, (M)
Hazenmore, Sask       (B)
Hearst, Ont  3
Hector, B.C  6
Hemlo, Ont       1, 4
Hendon, Sask (B), (M)
Herbert, Sask  6
Heron Bay, Ont  4
Hesketh,Alta      (M)
Hesporo, Alta  (B)
Heward, Sask  (B)
High Bluff, Man  5
High River, Alta  28
Highwater, Que. (c)  9
Hilda, Alta  (M)
Hillside, N.B  (M)
Hirsch, Sask  (B)
Hitchcock, Sask  (B)
Hnausa, Man  (B)
Hoadley.Alta  (M)
Hobbema.Alta  26
Hoffer, Sask  (M)
Holeb.Me  (M)
Holland, Man  (B)
Holland Centre, Ont  23
Holmfield, Man  (B)
Honeydale, N.B 12, (B)
Hope, B.C  7
Hornby, Ont   21
Horndean, Man.  (B)
Horsham, Sask               .. (M)
Hoyt.N.B  13
Hudson, Que 17, (E)
Hudson Heights, Que...... .17, (E)
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Hughenden, Alta       (B)
Hughes, Man  5
Hull, Que. (c) 8, 17,18, (E)
Hull West, Que    8, 18
Humber. Ont         24
Humboldt, Sask      (M)
Hurkett, Ont  4
Husavick, Man       (B)
Hussar, Alta      (M)
Iberville, Que         13
Ibsen. Sask       (B)
Iddesleigh, Alta      (M)
Iffley.Sask      (M)
Ignace, Ont 1, 2, 5, (M)
He Perrot, Que 17, (E)
Indian Head, Sask  6
Indian River, Ont 20, 23A
Indus, Alta  6
Inglewood, Ont         23
Ingolf, Ont 5, (M)
Inkerman, Ont         20
Innerkip, Ont         21
Innisfail, Alta         26
Insinger, Sask       (B)
Inverlake, Alta      (M)
Inwood, Vt  9
Ireton, Alta      (M)
Iron Bound Cove, N.B      (M)
Irricana, Alta      (M)
Irvine, Alta  6
Islington, Ont 21, 23
Ivanhoe, Ont         20
Ivry, Que       (E)
Jack Fish, Ont  4
Jackman.Me 13,(M)
Jackson, Mich  21
Jansen, Sask  (B)
Jasper, Ont  18
Jeanette. Ont  21
Jenner, Alta  (M)
Johnville, Que  13
Josephburg, Alta  (M)
Judson, Alta  (M)
Julius, Man 5, (M)
Juneau, Alaska  35
Junor, Sask  (M)
Kaladar, Ont         20
Kalamalka, B.C      (M)
Kalamazoo, Mich         21
Kaleland, Alta (B), (M)
Kaministiquia, Ont 5, (M)
Kamloops, B.C. ® (A) (c). .1, 2, 7
Kanaka, B.C  7
Kananaskis, Alta  6
Kandahar, Sask       (B)
Katz, B.C  7
Kavanagh, Alta         26
Keefers, B.C  7
Keeler, Sask      (M)
Keewatin, Ont 5, (M)
Kelfield, Sask      (M)
Kelowna, B.C.(A) (c).(B),30,31,(M)
Kelstern, Sask      (M)
Kemnay, Man  5
Kemptville, Ont         20
Kendry, Ont 20, 23A
Kenora, Ont. ® (c) 1,2, 5, (M)
Kent Bridge, Ont         21
Kenton, Man (B) (M)
Kentville, N.S. ® (c)         10
Keoma, Alta      (M)
Keppel. Sask       (B)
Kerrobert, Sask     (M)
Ketchikan, Alaska        35
Killaly, Sask      (B)
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Kormak, Ont  4
Kronau, Sask       (B)
Kyle, Sask      (M)
Labelle, Que	
Lacadie, Que	
Lac Carre, Que	
Lac du Bonnet, Man.
Lachevrotiere, Que...
Lachine, Que	
Lachute, Que.(c)	
Laclu, Ont 5,
(E)
13
(E)
(B)
15
17
17
(M)
Lacombe, Alta (B) 26. (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         24
Lake Louise, Alta  1,2, 6
Lakenheath, Sask      (M)
Lakeside, Que 17, (E)
Lambton Park, Alta      (M)
Lancaster, N.B         13
Lancer, Sask      (M)
Landseer, Man       (B)
Lang, Sask        (B)
Langdon, Alta      (M)
Langenburg, Sask       (B)
Laniel, Que      (M)
Lanigan, Sask (B), (M)
Lanoraie, Que         15
La Perade, Que         15
Larchwood, Ont  4
La Riviere. Man       (B)
Larkin, B.C (B), (M)
LaSalle, Que         13
Lathom, Alta 6, (M)
Lauder, Man       (B)
Laurel, Ont         23
Laval-des-Rapides, Que 15, (E)
Lavaltrie, Que         15
Laverlochere, Que      (M)
Lawrence Stn., N.B 12, (B)
Layco, Sask      (M)
Leacross, Sask (B), (M)
Leader, Sask      (M)
Leanchoil, B.C  7
Leaside, Ont 19,20, 23A
Leduc, Alta 26,(M)
Legend, Alta      (M)
Lehigh, Alta      (M)
Leipzig, Sask      (M)
Lemberg, Sask       (B)
Lemsford, Sask      (M)
LennoxvJlle, Que         13
Lenore, Man      (M)
         20
         17
      (M)
         15
....       (E)
        (B)
27,28, (M)
  4
         15
(M)
Killam, Alta  (B)
Killarney, Man  (B)
Killean, Ont   21
Kincaid, Sask...,  (B)
Kincorth, Sask  6
Kingston, N.S  10
Kingston, Ont. (c)  19
Kinley, Sask  (B)
Kinnaird, B.C  (B)
Kinogama, Ont  4
Kipawa, Que  (M)
Kirkcaldy, Alta  28
Kirkella. Man  5
Kirkpatrick, Alta  (M)
Kirriemuir, Alta  (M)
Kisbey, Sask  (B)
Kitchener, Ont.(c)  19, 21
Kitsim, Alta  (M)
Kleinburg, Ont  24
Kneehill, Alta  (M)
Komarno, Man  (B)
Komoka, Ont  21
Lens, Ont.
Leonard, Ont	
Leoville, Sask	
L'Epiphanie, Que	
Lesage, Que	
Leslie, Sask	
Lethbridge, Alta. (c)..
Levack, Ont	
Levis, Que.(c)	
Licford, N.B	
Lillestrom, Sask  (M)
Linacre, Sask , (M)
Linden, Alta  (M)
Lisieux, Sask  (M)
Livingstone. Ont  24
A Lloydminster, Sask... (B), (M)
Lochalsh, Ont  4
Locust Hill, Ont 20, 23A
Lomer, Que  15
London, Ont.@(c)  19, 21
Long Pond, Me  (M)
Long Swamp, Que  13
Lonsdale, Ont  20
Loomis, Sask  (M)
Loon, Ont  4
Loreburn, Sask  (M)
Lorette. Que  15
Lorrainville, Que  (M)
Lougheed, Alta  (B)
Louiseville, Que.(c)  15
Lovering, Ont  24
Lowell, Mass  9
Lowelltown, Me  (M)
Lowther, Ont  5, (M)
Loyalist, Alta  (M)
Lumberton, B.C  (M)
Lumby Jct., B.C  (M)
Lurgan, Sask  (M)
A C.P. Station and P.O. in Saskatchewan. Part of town also in
Alberta.
29 GENERAL INFORMATION
and
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS
as to
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 Agent's
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
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
passengers.
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, J50 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 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. 12.01 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.)
ATLANTIC TIME
NEW BRUNSWICK.
NOVA SCOTIA.
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND.
EASTERN TIME
MAINE. QUEBEC, VERMONT.
ONTARIO. Fort William and East.
CENTRAL TIME
ONTARIO, Fort William and West.
MANITOBA.
SASKATCHEWAN,   Lloydminster,
Macklin, Kerrobert, Swift Current,
Altawan and East.
ALBERTA, Hardisty, Manyberries
and East.
MOUNTAIN TIME
SASKATCHEWAN,   Kerrobert,
Swift Current and West.
ALBERTA, Hardisty, Manyberries
and West.
BRITISH COLUMBIA,FieId,
Crowsnest and East.
PACIFIC TIME
BRITISH      COLUMBIA.      Field.
Crowsnest and West.
When it is 1.00 p.m. in the Maritime* it is
9.00 a.m. in British Columbia.
don't
budge...
RENT-A-CAR!
Follow these Travel Tips from Canadian Pacific:
• Travel relaxed—by train • Save—with Canadian
Pacific FARESAVER PLAN • Arrive refreshed—
and step into your RENT-A-CAR. CANADIAN
PACIFIC WILL ARRANGE ALL THE DETAILS.
32 WHEREVER
IN THE WORLD
YOUWAHTTOFLY
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 Airlines' fast Super DC-8 Jets 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.
The South Pacific, Hawaii, the Orient, Europe, Mexico, South Am erica-wherever
there's sun and fun, there's a Canadian Pacific Tour.
m(^c I
reser\P
a room
service
FAST RESERVATIONS
AT CANADIAN PACIFIC
AND OTHER FINE HOTELS
Call Reserve-a-Room
Halifax, N.S.
Kentville, N.S.
Digby, N.S.
Amherst, N.S.
St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, N.B.
Quebec, Que.
Sherbrooke, Que.
Montreal, Que.
Dorval, Que.
Belleville, Ont.
Oshawa, Ont.
Peterborough, Ont.
Toronto, Ont.
Rexdale (Toronto), Ont.
Kitchener, Ont.
Niagara Falls, Ont.
Windsor, Ont.
Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.
Fort William, Ont.
Winnipeg, Man.
Regina, Sask.
Calgary, Alta.
Banff, Alta.
Banff, Alta.
Lake Louise, Alta.
Harrison Hot Springs, B.C.
New Westminster, B.C.
Vancouver, B.C.
Victoria, B.C.
Chicago, III.
Portland, Ore.
Honolulu, Hawaii
Bermuda
Lord Nelson Hotel
The Cornwallis
The Digby Pines
Fort Cumberland
The Algonquin
Chateau Frontenac
Le Baron Motor Hotel
Queen Elizabeth Hotel
Aeroport Hilton
Hotel Quinte
Genosha Hotel
Empress Hotel
The Royal York
Ascot 27
Walper Hotel
Park Motor Hotel
Prince Edward Hotel
Windsor Hotel
Royal Edward Hotel
The Royal Alexandra
The Saskatchewan
The Palliser
Banff Springs Hotel
The Timberline Hotel
Chateau Lake Louise
Harrison Hotel
Royal Towers Motor Hotel
Hotel Vancouver
The Empress
Bismark Hotel
The Heathman Hotel
The llikai Hotel
The Princess Hotel
RESERVEA-ROOM-SERVICE
Use this free Canadian Pacific service when
planning your next out-of-town trip.
Call
these
local
telephone
numbers
ri/f
RESERVE-
A-ROOM:
Montreal
866-3048
Sherbrooke
567-3388
Toronto
368-1897
Quebec
522-3343
Winnipeg
943-4936
Regina
527-1639
Calgary
266-5004
Vancouver
682-3916
Victoria
EV 4-0486
Ottawa  call
longdistance
and ask for
ZE 0-0810
TELEX SUBSCRIBERS
ANYWHERE
MAY CALL
THESE
HOTELS
DIRECT Only Canadian Pacific Scenic Domes
cruise right across the country
Travel on "THE CANADIAN", the only stainless steel scenic dome transcontinental
streamliner in Canada. Big windows for the children to peer through . . . soft beds, soft
music, reclining coach seats with full-length rests; gay Coffee Shop and leisurely Dining
Room with superb food and service and, of course, air-conditioned comfort all the way.
"THE CANADIAN" cruises Canada between Montreal and Vancouver, and Toronto and
Vancouver both ways, every day. Curves along the scenic north shore of Lake Superior . . .
glides through the Banff-Lake Louise route. Your choice of first class sleeping cars, tourist
sleeping cars or deluxe coaches. The Faresaver Plan will save you money. Plan to see and
know Canada better—board "THE  CANADIAN" soon.
Ca/iaaca/i (/acycc
Trains / Trucks / Ships / Planes / Hotels / Telecommunications      WORLD'S MOST   COMPLETE   TRANSPORTATION   SYSTEM

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