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SEPTEMBER 1st 1913.
CANADIAN
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GREAT  BRITAIN
TO
CANADA
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THE UNITED STATES
ALSO
JAPAN, CHINA
AND
AUSTRALASIA
It is not intended to give in this folder a full description of the vast territory
traversed by the Canadian pacific Ry., nor a time table of all trains. For further
information apply to any CP.R. Agent, or to
GEO. McL. BROWN,
European Manager
H. S. CARMICHAEL,
General Passenger Agent
62-65 Charing Cross, LONDON, S,W.
67 & 68 King William St., LONDON,
[E.C.
Canadian Pacific Eailway Edition.
'S^cCclf   Af^f   ff^S
X
 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
INDEX   TO   CONTENTS
GENERAL
Page
Agencies        15
Around the World, Tours           3
Dominion Express        1
Facts for Colonists  —       7
Facts for Tourists    8-11
Freight .        1
Hotels      14
Page
Information for Passengers   4, 5
Map Canadian Pacific Ry. Lines 16-21
Observation Car Service in Austria     33
Points reached by C. P. Ry  .25:29
Stepping - stones    across  the   Continent 12,13
Telegraphs         h>
THROUGH   LINES
Canadian-Australasian Steamship Line   34
Montreal, Toronto, Hamilton, Detroit and Chicago    'J 4
Soo and South Shore Lines, Sault Ste. Marie, St. Paul, Minneapolis and   North
Western States  23
Ti ans-Atlantic Steamship Lines  35
Trans-Pacific Royal Mail Steamship Line, Japan and China  34
Transcontinental Train Service, Atlantic to Pacific*  ^... 22
Western States, via Det roit ..  24
DOMINION EXPRESS COMPANY OF CANADA,
MONEY   ORDERS.
DRAFTS.
The best medium  for  sending remittances and for transferring
lar^e amounts to points in Canada and United States.
TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES.
Foi* Tourists and Travellers. Issued in denominations of |Io, $20, $5(T, #100, and #200, each with equivalents in
foreign monies printed on eaeh cheque, Self-identifying, Accepted
by Express Agents, Banks, Railway (Vunpanies, Hotels, and by 5,000
Correspondents. Face value refunded on unused, lost or stolen
cheques.
MONEY TRANSFERRED by CABLE at LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES.
( FORE 1.GN    DE PARTMEN T)
HEAD  OFFICE   IN   EUROPE:—
62 65. Charing Cross, London, S.W.
GEO. McL. BROWN, European Agent.
Parcels, Merchandise, Valuables, Sec forwarded
to all  parts of Canada and Western and  Central   United  States by
Mad Steamer and  Passenger Express Trains.
SHORTEST   ROUTE,
QUICKEST   TIME,   LOWEST   RATES.
Consign your Goods to Dominion Express Company
of Canada.
Royal Liver Building,  LIVERPOOL.
18, St, Augustifle's  Parade, BRISTOL.
120,  St,  Vincent Street, GLASGOW,
25, Qnai  Jordaens, ANTWERP.
1,  Rne  Plenvry,  HAVRE.
Via Agostino Depretis (»7, Naples ; Via Spiridione, 10, Trieste ;
or any C.P.R. office.
General Offices, TORONTO. Canada. W. S. STOUT,
President and General Manager,
Canadian Pacific Atlantic Steamship lines.
Regular Sailings from Liverpool, Belfast, London, Antwerp,
Trieste and Naples to Quebec and Montreal during the summer
season and Halifax and St. John during the winter season.
Through Bills of Lading issued to all principal points in
CANADA and UNITED  STATES.
Goods   also   taken   to   MEXICO,
TRALIA, CHINA ami JAPAN.
HONOLULU,   AUS
For Rates of Freight, apply any Office or Agency of the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE
PACIFIC    SERVICE
BETWEEN
Vancouver, Japan and China
Calling at VICTORIA, B.C., YOKOHAMA,
KOBE,  NAGASAKI,   SHANGHAI
AND   HONG   KONG
THE SHORTEST AND
SMOOTHEST ROUTE
ACROSS THE PACIFIC
fr0f> proposed Sailings sea page 34 of this folder1*
NEW PACIFIC Ci EMPRESS'1 STEAMSHIPS
EMPRESS OF ASIA-EMPRESS  OF RUSSIA
Largest   and   Fastest   on   the   Pacific
(16,850 tons —  21  knots).
On her maiden   voyage   from  Yokohama  to  Vancouver the " EMPRESS   OF
RUSSIA " created a world's record by doing the journey in 9 days 5 hours.
The Canadian Pacific Steamships effect a saving of five to six
days in the Trans-Pacific voyage by taking the northerly course
and fbftdWing the great circle track near the Aleutian Islands.
The  "impress of India"  and  iS Empress of Japan M
are also engaged in this service,
AH Canadian Pacific Steamships in the Pacific service are
equipped with Marconi wireless telegraphy.
Detailed information will be given on application to any
Canadian Pacific Railway Agent,
AROUND-THE-WORLD TOURS
via
Canadian Pacific
Picturesque Route
In  connection with  a?l   Regular Direct
Steamship   Lines to the
Orient & Australasia
Also with
Trans-Siberian   Routes.
TICKETS AVAILABLE for TWO YEARS.
Detailed Information, Illustrated Handbooks, Maps,
&cBS will be given on application to any CANADIAN
PACIFIC    RAILWAY   Agent,
SERVICES   OF THE AUSTRIAN   LLOYD.
ADRIATIC.
Trieste-Cattaro Express Service.—From Trieste every Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday at 8 a.m., calling at Pola, Lussinpiccolo, Zara, Spalato. and Gravosa
(for Ragusa).
Trieste-Dalmatia-Corfu Express Service—From Trieste every Sunday evening,
calling at Spalato, Gravosa, Medina,-Durazzo, Valona,
Dalmato Albanian Postal  Line*—From   Trieste   every Wednesday  at  3  p.m.
calling   at   Sebenico,   Spalato,   Gravosa,   Oattaro,  Antivari,   Medua,   Durazzo,
Valona, Corfu, Santa Maura, and intermediate ports,
Trieste-Spizia  Postal  Line.—From Trieste every Monday at 8 a.m., calling at
Pola,  Lussinpiccolo,  Zara,  Sebenico,  Spalato,   Gravosa,  Oattaro,   Spizza, "and
intermediate ports.
MEDITERRANEAN.
Trieste Alexandria Express Service.—From Trieste every Friday at 1 p.m.,
calling at Brindisi. Shortest route from Europe to Egypt/ Duration of voyage
from Trieste to Alexandria, 73 hours ; from Brindisi to Alexandria, 49 hours.
Trieste-Syrian Line.—From Trieste every Sunday at 1 p.m., calling at Gravesa
(optional), Brindisi, Alexandria, Port Said, Jaffa, Beyrout, Mersyn, and intermediate ports.
Trieste-Constantinople Accelerated Line.—From Trieste every Tuesday, calling
at Brindisi, Corfu, Patras, Piraeus, Constantinople, and intermediate ports.
Greek-Oriental Line.—From Trieste every Sunday at 10 am., calling at Br'ndisi,
Corfu, Patras, Zante, Pir&Qs, Syra, Vathy, Chios, Smyrna, Constantinople, and
intermediate ports.
Thessalian  Line,—From   Trieste  every   Friday at   5.30 p.m.,   calling  at   Medua,
Durazzo,  Valona,   Khania,   Candia,   Piraeus,   Salonica,   Kavalla,   Dedeagatch,
Constantinople, and intermediate ports.
Lines in the Black Sea.—Constantinople-Odessa, Oonstantinople-BraUa, Constantinople-Batoum.
INDIA   AND    EASTERN   ASIA.
Trieste-Bombay Accelerated Line.—From Trieste on the 1st and 16th of each
month, calling at Port Said, Suez, and Aden. During the months of May,
June, July, August, and September, 1913, only on the 1st of each month. From
January, 1914, steamers leave Trieste on the 5th, 15th, and 25th of each month ;
in May, June, July, and August only on the 5th.    Option of calling at Karachi.
Trieste-Shanghai Accelerated Line. From Trieste on the 30th of each month,
calling at Port Said, Suez, Aden, Colombo, Penang, Singapore, and Hong Kong.
Trieste-Kobe Line*- From Trieste on the 10th of each month, calling at Port
Said, Suez, Aden, Karachi, Bombay, Colombo, Penang, Singapore, Hong Kong,
Shanghai, and Yokohama.    Carrying only one class of cabin passengers.
NOTICE.—For particulars refer to the Handbooks and Time Tables of
the respective Services, which may be obtained from the Agencies of the
AUSTRIAN LLOYD or of the CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY,
 CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY
INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS
THE Canadian Atlantic steamships from Great Britain
from about 20th November to 1st May, land their passengers at St. John, N.B., or Halifax, N.S. (Canada's winter
ports).    From these ports passengers are carried to all
points in Canada and the United States via Canadian Pacific Railway.   During the summer months (about 1st May to 20th November) steamships land passengers at Quebec or Montreal.
In addition to the Canadian Pacific steamship
lines on the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, and the
Canadian-Australasian line to Hawaiian Islands,
Fiji, New Zealand, and Australia, an extensive
coast service is provided in connection with the Canadian
Pacific Railway to various points on the North Pacific Coast,
including Alaska. At San Francisco connections are made
with Coast S.S. lines for S. California, Mexico and S. America.
Pacific Coast
Services
Great Lakes
Route
Rail
Tickets
To first-class passengers by the Canadian
Pacific Railway holding through tickets from
Europe to points in Manitoba, Saskatchewan,
Alberta, British Columbia, and on the Pacific
Coast, is offered on payment of $5.00 additional, the option of
making a part of the journey by steamship across Lakes Huron
and Superior during the season of navigation—from about
April 20th to about November 30th, including meals and berth
on the steamship. This delightful route is by rail to Toronto ;
or, for persons landing at New York, by way of Niagara Falls
to Toronto. From Toronto a train making direct connections
with the steamer proceeds, five times a week, to Port McNicoll,
a port on Georgian Bay, in Lake Huron. These steamships are
the Keewatin, Assiniboia, Athabasca, Alberta, and Manitoba,
Clyde-built steel vessels, powerful and commodious, lighted by
electricity and furnished with every modern appliance for
safety and comfort. The two first named are of the latest type
of marine architecture, and are especially classed at Lloyds.
Tickets may be purchased in England to all
principal points. Passengers provided with
orders should get them exchanged for tickets at
the railway ticket office at the port of landing.
Passengers who hold First-class Tickets bearing limit of
thirty days, or longer may, on application to guard or conductor
of train, break their journey and stop at any station on direct
line short of their destination. First-class tickets to points
east of Port Arthur from St. John, N.B., or Halifax, and in
most cases from Quebec or Montreal, are limited to continuous
passage only. Passengers holding tickets for Western points
may travel either via Main line through Renfrew, or via Muskoka
route through Toronto.
At ports of landing, steamers are boarded immediately on
arrival by agents of the Canadian Pacific Railway Co., who
are instructed to exchange tickets where necessary and assist
passengers in every possible way. Travellers taking passage
by steamer sailing to New York, can ascertain at that port
from the agents of the Canadian Pacific Railway at No. 458,
Broadway, all they wish to know in regard to connections with
the Canadian Pacific Railway for all points in Canada.
Baggage, consisting of wearing apparel and
Baggage such personal effects of passengers as may be
necessary for their journey, not exceeding150 lbs.
weight, will be checked on one full passage ticket; 75lbs. on
half ticket. 300lbs. weight of free baggage allowance on each
full second-rtass ticket and 150 lbs. on each half second-class
ticket is made on the Canadian Pacific Railway to settlers
who land at Canadian ports destined to points in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta, east of and including Morley, Alta., and
Macleod, Alta. All baggage should be plainly addressed. Personal baggage exceeding 150 lbs. will be charged for. No piece
of baggage weighing more than 250lbs. will be received; any
heavier packages will be forwarded by freight or " goods" train.
Passengers paying for excess baggage will receive an "Excess
Baggage" ticket which must be delivered to agent with checks
when baggage is claimed. The transportation company does
not guarantee to carry or forward baggage on same train or
steamer with passenger, and in the event of any passenger's
baggage being lost or damaged the transportation company will
not be responsible for any sum greater than $100 (£20) unless
other agreement is made at time of checking and charge paid
for all value in excess of $100.00 on basis of one-half current
excess baggage tariff per 100 lbs. for each $100.00 or fraction
thereof.
Luggage will be checked through from port of landing to
all principal points in Canada and the United States. No delay
need occur between disembarking and taking the train. The
luggage is examined immediately at the dock by the customs
officers, after which a small pasteboard tag, called a " baggage
check," which is stamped with a number, is affixed to each
piece, and a duplicate of each check is given to the owner.
These checks enable the traveller at the end of his journey to
reclaim his luggage, either personally or by proxy, without any
chance of loss or mistake, since it will be given up by the
railway agents only in exchange for the duplicate check.
These should be shipped as freight both on
Household     steamer and train at owners' expense.    Special
Ffleets l°w through rates for conveyance of furniture
i?    \  *.<* 'ofn  aRd household effects from Europe to any point
r urniture, etc. jn Canada will be quoted on application. Settlers'
effects which have been in use six months are admitted into
Canada free of duty.
Passengers are entitled only to the seat or
Hand berth-space for which   they   have   paid.    Each
Baggage passenger  is  permitted to  carry with   him   in
8* 8 Coach, Parlour, or Sleeping Car a small quantity
of hand luggage only which will not incommode other passengers. Hand luggage should not exceed 30 inches in length,
17 inches in width, and 9 inches in height. Conductors will
remove to the baggage or express car parcels or articles of
luggage found in coaches which occupy too much space or
inconvenience other passengers, and the owner will require to
pay at destination any excess luggage charges necessary on
same before receiving his property.
Caution.—It is unlawful to carry dangerous articles, such as
matches, gunpowder, cartridges, etc., in baggage.
SPECIAL DELIVERY OF BAGGAGE.—Passengers for
Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Hamilton, Winnipeg,
Vancouver or Victoria, B.C., and the larger cities in the Eastern
United States, may have baggage checked, by any agent of
this Company, through to any residence, hotel, steamship dock
or depot in the cities named. This is a convenience. The
transfer charge is paid to the baggage master at time of checking.
Attention is particularly called to the fact
Classes of that in Canada as well as the United States
Carriage ^he different classes of railway carriages do not
correspond in name to those of Great Britain.
First-class with sleeping accommodation correspond with the
Pullman or compartment cars of Great Britain. First-class
without sleeping accommodation correspond more nearly to the
second-class of Great Britain. Second-class correspond with
the third-class of Great Britain, but with the advantage of being
transformable into sleeping cars at night. All passenger
carriages of the Canadian Pacific Railway are provided with
lavatories and closets, and with a supply of water, and are
warmed in winter by hot-water pipes. The carriages are also
well ventilated, and in them travellers are carried without
change from Montreal to Vancouver, British Columbia, the
Pacific Coast terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway, the
entire trip lasting about five days; to St. Paul, Minneapolis, or
Duluth via Sault Ste. Marie in about 36 hours, and to Chicago
via Toronto and Detroit in 21 hours. Reference is made elsewhere in this folder to the magnificence of the scenery and the
many interesting features of the country. The Canadian Pacific
Railway is noted for safety, scenery, elegant appointments, and
courteous attention to the wants of travellers.
The Company does not undertake that the trains 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 in time for, or to connect with,
the nominally corresponding trains or steamers of this or any
other company. Train times shown herein are not guaranteed
and are subject to change without notice.
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Passengers are advised not to carry too much
Funds actual cash whilst travelling.    A very simple yet
safe method is to transfer funds into Dominion
Express Money Orders, cashable by all Canadian Pacific Offices,
Express Companies, Railway and Ticket Agencies, Bankers, etc.,
throughout Canada and the United States.
A Receipt is issued with each Money Order which enables the
Purchaser to claim refund should any Order be lost or stolen.
FACTS   FOR   COLONISTS
Advantages Offered to Colonist Passengers
NO other railway in America offers so many advantages to
second-class or colonist passengers at so little expense
as does the Canadian Pacific. Colonists from
Europe are able to travel to Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, or the North-Western States,
in nearly as great comfort as first-class passengers. While only
regular trains are shown in attached time table, steamers have
as a rule so many passengers that special trains are generally
run from port of landing to Montreal or beyond as soon as
colonists and their luggage are landed.
The cars devoted to the use of colonists are taken upon the
same fast trains with the first-class cars and go through with
only one change from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean, or to
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, and Chicago. No other road in
America can do this. These cars are similar in size, warmth,
and ventilation to the first-class cars, but are not upholstered.
No extra charge is made for the colonist car accommodation.
Colonist car passengers, however, must provide their own
bedding. If they do not bring it with them, a complete outfit
of mattress, pillow, blanket, straps, and curtains may be bought
ot the agent of the Company at the point of starting at a cost of
$3.55 (about 14s.). (These articles become the property of
the purchaser.) The curtains may be hung around a berth at
night, thus securing complete privacy. Men travelling alone
are cut off from families by a partition across the car near the
middle ; smoking is not permitted in that part of the car where
the women and children are.
At convenient intervals the train stops at stations where hot
coffee, tea, and well-cooked food may be bought at a lunch counter.
The cars are not allowed to become overcrowded, and the
safety and welfare of colonist, or second-class, passengers are
carefully attended to. The baggage arrangements are the same
as for first-class, and every possible care is taken that in a new
land the colonist does not go astray, lose his property, or suffer
imposition. Where a large number of colonists are going to the
Far West together, special fast trains will be dispatched, accompanied by an official conductor.
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY
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Settlers who wish to travel in upholstered cars are referred
to the Tourist Sleeping Cars mentioned on p. 10. In order to
travel in these a first or second (n6t colonist) class rail ticket is
required in addition to the tourist car supplement.
'    FACTS FOR TOURISTS
The Canadian Pacific Railway is the best line ever built
on the American Continent. During its construction the utmost care was taken with every detail, and every appliance of
proved value calculated to secure the comfort and safety of
travellers has been adopted. The Canadian Pacific, including
leased lines, now operates over 16,000 miles of railway, and can
reach every important point in Canada and the United States.
Tourists will consult their own interests by studying the map
herein and obtaining information from an agent of the Company
before starting. The civility and attention shown by employees
of the Company is noticed by all travellers ; and the cleanliness
of cars and stations never fails to elicit praise. These two
points, next to safety, are the most carefully watched by the
management, which spares no effort for the welfare of patrons.
Through trains make few stops, and no annoying delays are
allowed to occur at stations.
Coach Equipment*—The Canadian Pacific is the best
equipped railway in America. The cars are wider and higher
than those of other railways. Both first and second-class cars
have an abundance of air and freedom from dust in summer and
are heated (luring cool iveafher by a plan designed to secure
u/nij'orm temperature combined, ivith perfect ventilation. The
seats of the first-class cars are luxuriously upholstered. Even
the second-class cars surpass in comfort the "first-class cars of
some other lines.
First-Class Sleeping Cars are owned and operated hj the
Company, and no expense has been spared to make them
perfect. They are finished outside with polished mahogany,
and their interiors with their beautiful fittings are beyond comparison. The berths are wider and larger than usual. The
curtains, blankets, and linen are of the best quality. The
sleeping cars are provided with lavatories, smoking compartment, and electric call bells. Some of these are divided into
compartments, which ensure complete privacy.
The privileges of sleeping cars are secured only by first-class
passengers by purchase of berth tickets for a stipulated distance
in addition to regular passenger tickets. Two double berths,
one above the other, constitute what is called ua section5'; a
passenger or party may buy a section, and if the upper berth is
not required by the purchaser, it may remain up out of the way.
The soft Turkish upholstering of the headrests upon all the
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seats when the bedding has been removed and the car is in its
day-time condition, renders each seat a luxurious resting place.
On the transcontinental trains, to keep travellers somewhat
informed upon current events, a summary of the world's news
is daily bulletined in the sleepers and at the Company's hotels
in the mountains; and writing paper and envelopes are
furnished free to first-class sleeping car passengers, on application to the porter.
Through Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars from Quebec
in summer, and St. John, N.B., in winter, will be run in connection with the "Empress" steamships, through from steamship dock to Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver, and other Western
points on the main line ; also Standard Sleeping Cars t'6 Toronto,
Detroit, Chicago, and intermediate points.
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,, Montreal and St. Paul, Minneapolis and Duluth, via
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The charges for upper berths are 80 per cent, of the lower, with
a minimum of $1.25 (about 5s.), and for a section the charge is
that for the lower and upper berths combined. For a drawing-
room between three and four times the berth rate is charged
in Canadian Pacific Cars. Two persons of the same party when
travelling together and boarding car at same station for the
same destination, will be allowed, if each presents a railway
passage ticket, to occupy a berth on one berth ticket, four a
section on one section ticket, and six a drawing-room on one
drawing-room ticket.
Compartment Sleeping Cars, furnished in the most luxurious style and fitted with every convenience, will be available for
special parties on reasonable notice to the Company's Agents
whenever not less than four staterooms are taken. Particulars
as to charges, etc., on application.
Tourist Sleeping Cars, fitted with mattresses, curtains,
blankets, pillows, etc., and in charge of porters, are run weekly
between Boston and Vancouver ; daily between Montreal and
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Spokane, Washington, and Portland, Ore., via the Crowsnest
Line. The Tourist Sleeping Car is designed after the pattern of the Company's Standard Sleeping Car and neatly
upholstered in leather. There is a small kitchen and cooking
range provided in the car where passengers may prepare their
own meals if supplies have been taken along. Passengers who
do not wish to prepare their own meals may, when on trains
that carry a dining car, have their meals on dining car a la
carte. The berth rate in the tourist is about one-half that of the
Standard Sleeper.
First-Class Parlour Cars.—The Parlour Cars are for day
use only, and differ from first-class coaches in having movable
easy chairs in place of fixed seats, and in possessing more commodious toilet and smoking compartments. They permit greater
freedom and add to the comfort of railway journeys surprisingly.
The extra charge for a chair in one of these cars is trifling, and
varies accordingly to the length of the day's trip. Accommodation in first-class Sleeping Cars and in Parlour Cars will be
sold only to holders of first-class transportation.
Dining Cars.—Dining cars in which meals are served are
attached to through trains. These cars are palatial in all their
decorations and appointments. Tables are arranged for two or
four persons, and the meals served are equal to those of the best
hotels. The cooking is done in a kitchen in the car, which,
with the pantry, is an object of interest to European visitors,
who never fail to enjoy meals taken in this leisurely and comfortable way while flying swiftly and smoothly along. All meals
are served a la carte.    Passengers only pay for what they-order.
Hotels.—The Railway Company operates the Chateau Frontenac, a magnificent fire-proof hotel on the famous Dufferin
Terrace at Quebec ; the Place Viger, combined hotel and passenger station at Montreal; the Hotel Vancouver, a large and commodious hotel at Vancouver, and the new Empress, a charming
hotel at Victoria. It also owns hotels at St. Andrewrs and
McAdam, New Brunswick; at Caledonia Springs, Ontario;
and at Winnipeg, the capital of Manitoba. In the mountain
region of British Columbia hotels have also been built and are
operated under the Company's control at Banff, on the eastern
slope of the mountains, and at Lake Louise near Laggan (open
from May 15th to Oct. 1st.); at Field, near the summit of the
Rockies ; at Emerald Lake, near Field ; at Glacier Station on
the summit of the Selkirks ; at Revelstoke (the northern gateway to the West Kootenay Gold Fields); at Sicamous," the
junction with the branch railway which leads to the famed
Okanagan country, which are open all the year round ; and at
Balfour, on Kootenay Lakes, the Company "is building a large
hotel at Calgary also. These hotels form admirable stopping
places for tourists who do not wish to make the overland journey through the scenery of that region in one unbroken trip.
OFFICERS OF THE TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT.
GL M. BOSWORTH, Vice-President, Montreal.
C. E. E. Ussher.,
W. 11. Maltnnes
A. H. Harris .
. Passenger Traffic Manager
. Freight Traffic Manager..
.Special Traffic Representative
 Montreal, Que.
 Montreal, Que.
Montreal, Que.
Geo. McL. Brown    European Manager  London, Eng.
C. E. McPherson Asst. Passr. Traffic Manager, Western Lines    Winnipeg*, Ma
W. G. Annakle. General Passenger Agent, Atlantic Service    Montreal, Que.
C. E. Benjamin General Passenger Agent, Pacific Service
William Stitt  General Passenger Agent	
C. 1*. Foster     General Passenger Agent..
H. \V. Brodie 	
W. M. Kirkpatrick
W. B. Lanigan
H. S. Carmicuael
Geo. C. Wells ..
E. J. Herbert.
..Montreal, Que.
 Montreal, Que.
 Winnipeg, Man.
General Passenger Agent Vancouver, B.C.
.. Asst. Freight Traffic Manager, Eastern Lines ... .Montreal, Que.
Asst. Freight Traffic Manager, Western Lines    Winnipeg, Man.
..General Passenger Agent, Atlantic Service  London, Eng.
. .Asst. to Passenger Traffic Manager   Montreal, Q-ie. ,
.. First Asst. Gen'l Passenger Agent. '. Montreal, Que.
Fred O. Hopkins Asst. Genl Passenger Agent Montreal, Que.
A. C. Shaw  Asst. Gen'l -Passenger Agent Winnipeg, Man.
A. J. Blaisdell  General Tourist Agent  Montreal, Que.
H. E. Macdonell . t General Freight Agent, Eastern Lines Montreal, Que.
W. C. Bowles General Freight Agent, Western Lines Winnipeg   Man.
E. N. Todd  Division Freight Agent Montreal, Que.
W. B. Bamford Division Freight Agent ...St. John, N.B.
M. H. Brown Division Freight Agent Toronto, Ont.
W. S. Elliott Division Freight Agent  North Bay, Ont.
R. E. Larmour Division Freight Agent Vancouver, B.C.
Geo. H. Smith  .Division Freight Agent   .Winnipeg, Man.
I). C. Macdonald   Division Freight Agent Regina, Sask.
11. W. Drew    Division Freight Agent Nelson, B.C.
J. Halstead Division Freight Agent Calgary, Alta.
T. J. Smith  General Freight Agent, Atlantic Service    London, Eng-.
W. T. Marlow  Import Freight Agent  — Montreal, Que.
F G. Freiser Export Freight Agent Montreal, Que.
J. O. Apps General Baggage Agent Montreal, Que.
J. M. Gibbon General Publicity Agent Montreal, Que.
R. G. McNeillie— —Asst. General Passenger Agent Winnipeg, Man.
C. H. Bowes Asst. General Passenger Agent Vancouver, B.C.
A. S. McMullen  .General Live Stock Agent Calgary, Alta.
Thos. S, Achkson    General Grain Agent , Winnipeg, Man,
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STEPPING-STONES ACROSS
THE  CONTINENT.
Along the Line of the Canadian Pacific Railway,
Halifax.—Capital of Nova Scotia and the centre of a busy
industrial and agricultural district. The Annapolis Valley
in Nova Scotia is famous for its apples.
St. John, New Brunswick.—The "new city" that rose from
the ashes of the great lire of 1877, Here is the wonderful
reversible cataract due to the tremendous tides, and here
also is one of the busiest ports on the Atlantic. There
are excellent opportunities for fruit growing in the St. John
Valley.
Quebec.—Queen city of North America, throned on a lofty crag
commanding the St. Lawrence. Owing to its picturesque
situation, its old-world streets, and its historic memories,
Quebec has many visitors.
Montreal.—Commercial capital of Canada and headquarters of
the Canadian Pacific—on the site of the ancient Indian
village of Hochelaga, and established by the French
250 years ago. Now half-French half-English in population,
with magnificent wharves and imposing public buildings,
banks, churches, &c.
Ottawa.—Political capital of Canada, and picturesquely situated
at the junction of the Ottawa and Rideau Rivers. The
centre of a great lumber industry. The city is charmingly
laid out.
Toronto.—Capital of Ontario, centre of busy industries and
fragrant orchards. The Ontario Government has an
excellent organization for handling immigrants here.
Niagara.—With its famous falls, the wonder of the world,
Sault Ste. Marie.—On the "Soo" with its famous locks and
rapids, the junction for the "Soo" Line and centre of a
great sporting district. The " Soo" is also reached by rail
via Sudbury, along a branch of the Canadian Pacific.
Fort William and Port Arthur.~The twin cities at the head
of Lake Superior; are the outlet for the gigantic harvests
of the great Canadian West.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Winnipeg.—Is the capital of Manitoba, and commands the
trade of the fertile prairies—a city of imposing appearance
and great wealth. Winnipeg is the chief distributing
centre for new settlers in the Canadian West.
Portage La Prairie, Brandon, Regina, Moose Jaw, and
Medicine Hat.—Are typical prairie towns, bustling, ambitious, and already well on the road to abundant prosperity. Wheat is king from Winnipeg to Calgary, and
also from Winnipeg along the direct line passing through
Saskatoon and Wetaskiwin to Edmonton. The intending settler should study the great network of Canadian
Pacific branch lines radiating out from Winnipeg west
across the prairies.
Calgary.—The most prosperous town in Southern Alberta ; is
called the City of the Foot-hills owing to its proximity to
the Rockies. Here is the headquarters for the huge 3,000,000
acre irrigation scheme of the Canadian Pacific, the greatest
of its kind on the American continent. Land on this irrigation block is sold to settlers on the instalment system, and
also on the " no-crop—no-purchase " system at very reasonable rates. A visit to the Demonstration Farms well repays
the time and trouble. Calgary is directly connected by rail
with Edmonton, the coming city of the North-West.
Banff.—The tourist capital of the Canadian Rockies. Situated
on the Bow River close to Cascade Mountain, and a great
centre for outdoor sport of every kind, including golf,
mountain climbing, etc. Here is the Canadian National
Park with its herds of buffalo. Connected with the
Banff Springs Hotel are magnificent cold and hot sulphur-
water swimming pools.
Laggan.—Is the station for Lake Louise, considered by many
to be the loveliest spot in Canada.    It is a favourite centre
for Alpine Climbers.    The Valley of the Ten Peaks can be
" reached by pony trail.
Field.—In the Kicking Horse Pass, is the best point from which
to reach Emerald Lake and the magnificent Yoho Valley
and Takkakaw Falls, 1,200 feet in height. During the
summer permanent camps for tourists are maintained in
the Yoho Valley.
Golden.—Station for the Columbia Valley, picturesquely
situated between the Rockies and the Selkirk Mountains.
The C.P.R. is building a branch line through the valley
for the benefit of the farming and fruit-growing industry.
Near here is Edelweiss, where live the Swiss guides, who
are stationed at the mountain resorts.
Glacier.—Is reached after passing through the tremendous
scenery of the Rogers Pass, and is in the Selkirk Mountains. It lies under Mount Sir Donald, and is in full viewr
of the snowy Hermit Ranges. The lllecillewaet Glacier is
only thirty minutes' walk from the hotel. An easy trail
leads to Marion Lake.
Revelstoke.—Is the junction for the  Arrowhead   Lakes,
down which one may take steamer for the mining and
fruit-growing districts of Southern British Columbia and
the Kootenays. These can also be reached by leaving the
main line before Calgary at Medicine Hat and passing
through Lethbridge and the Crow's Nest Pass—as picturesque as the main highway over the Rockies.
Sicamous.—Is the junction for the fertile Okanagan Valley,
the centre of a great fruit-growing district already famous
for its apples, pears, and peaches.
Kamloops.—Is also rich in orchards. At the next Stepping-stone,
Ashcroft, one may join the stage coach for the old Cariboo road
leading to Fort George.
Vancouver.—Is the Pacific terminus of the railway, and is
rapidly becoming the chief port on the Pacific coast.
Steamers connect with Vancouver Island and especially
Victoria —The political capital of British Columbia, and one of
the most delightful centres in America. The Esquimalt
and Nanaimo Railway connects with other points in Vancouver Island.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
HOTEL SYSTEM
THE CHATEAU ERONTENAC QUEBEC
in the quaintest and historically the most interesting city in America. One of the finest hotels
on the continent. It occupies a commanding' position overlooking" the St. Lawrence, its site
being: unrivalled.
Rates, $5 per day and  upward.    One mile from  C.P.R. Station;   transfer charge:    Bus,
25 cents; Carriage, 50 cents.   American plan.
THE  PLACE   VIGER-MONTREAL
is a handsome structure immediately opposite the Viger Square, at Place Viger Station 1£ miles
from Windsor Street Station, and at a convenient distance from Ocean Line docks, most
tastefully furnished, the style and elegance characterizing the Chateau Frontenac at Quebec
being also found here.   Rates, #4.00 per day and upward.   American plan.
THE ALGONQUTN-ST.   ANDREWS,   N.B.
(Open from June to September)
has recently been thoroughly renovated and much enlarged.   Best natural golf links in Canada.
Rates, #3.50 per day and upward.
Also the Inn (open from July 1st) at #2,50 per day and upward.   American plan.
McADAM  STATION   HOTEL-McADAM   JUNC,   N.B.
is especially convenient for commercial and other travellers, owing to its location at the juncti
with the main line of the Company's branch lines intersecting New Brunswick. Rates, #3
per day and upward.   American plan.
on
,00
CALEDONIA  SPRINGS  HOTEL-CALEDONIA   SPRINGS,   ONT.
is situated at the famous Caledonia Springs, about 300 yards from the C.P.R. Station. The
Springs are now well known all over the American Continent. Special rates by the week or
month.
THE   ROYAL  ALEXANDRA-WINNIPEG,   MAN.
situated at the Railway Station, furnished with every modern convenience.   European plan.
NEW   HOTEL  AT   CALGARY,  ALTA.
The Company has now under construction  a  new hotel at Calgary.     The plan and general
arrangements of the other hotels of the Company will be followed and every known modern
convenience will be installed.
BANEE   SPRINGS   HOTEL-BANFF,   ALTA.
(Open from May 15th to October 15th)
in the Canadian National Park, on the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains, is 4,500 feet above
sea level, at the junction of the  Bow and Spray Rivers.    A large and handsome structure.
Distance from C.P.R. Station is about 1} miles and transfer charge is 25 cents.
Rates, #4.00 per day and upward.   American plan.
CHATEAU  LAKE  LOUISE-LAGGAN,   ALTA.
(Open from June 10th to October 15th)
is a quiet resting place in the mountains, situated by Lake Louise, from which there is a good
carriage drive.   A convenient base from which to explore the Lakes in the Clouds.   The Chateau
is situated about 2\ miles from Laggan Station and transfer charge is 50 cents.
Rates, #4.00 per day and upward.   American plan.
MOUNT   STEPHEN  HOUSE-FIELD   STATION,   B.C.
a chalet hotel fifty miles west of Banff, at the base of Mount Stephen, which towers 8,000 feet
above. This is a favourite place for tourists, mountain climbers, and artists. The wonderful
Yoho Vallev is reached by way of Field.
Rates, #i.OO per day and upward.   American plan.
EMERALD   LAKE   CHALET-NEAR   FIELD, B.C.
(Open from June 15th to September 30th)
a most romantically situated Swiss chalet hotel with accommodation for forty guests.   The
gateway to Yoho Valley.   7 miles from Field Station.   Transfer charge #1.00.
Rates, #3.50 per day and upward.   American plan.
GLACIER HOUSE-GLACIER,   B.C.
(Open May 1st to October 31st)
in the heart of the Selkirks, within forty-five minutes' walk of the Great Glacier, which covers
an area of about thirty-eight square miles.
Rates, # K00 per day and upward.   American plan.
HOTEL   REVELSTOKE-REVELSTOKE,   B.C.
situated between the Selkirk and Gold Ranges,'at the portal of the West Kootenay gold fields
and the Arrow Lakes.   Rates, #3.00 per dayland upward.   American plan.
Lessee.
KOOTENAY   LAKE   HOTEL-BALFOUR,  B.C.
(Open June 1st to October 15th)
a new first-class tourist hotel at Balfour, B.C., near the junction of the Kootenay
Kootenay Lake.    An ideal resort for sportsmen.     Rates #3.50 per day and upward,
plan.
HOTEL   SICAMOUS-SICAMOUS, B.C.
built on the shores of the Shuswap Lakes where the Okanagan branch of the C.P.R. begins.
Rates, $l.b) per day and upward.   American plan.
HOTEL  INCOLA-PENTICTON, B.C.
A new first-class tourist hotel at the foot of navigation on Okanagan Lake, reached by the
C P R. Steamers. An ideal reso *t for any time of the year, owing to the sunnv day climate
of the Okanagan Valley.    Manage I by W. J. Richardson, for the Kettle Valley Railway.
HOTEL   VANCOUVER-VANCOUVER, B.C.
A. J. MacDonell,
River and
American
the Pacific Coast terminus of the Railway, is a hotel designed to serve the
husiness of the city as well as the tourists who find it profitable and i
day or longer.    Situated \ mile from C.P.R. Station.   Transfer charge
large commercial
interesting to remain a
lb cents.   Luropean plan.
CAMERON LAKE   CHALET-CAMERON   LAKE, B.C.
The Chalet at Cameron Lake on Vancouver Island, E. #• N. Ry., is an [attractive place for a
holiday.
Hates, #3.50 per day.    American plan.
EMPRESS   HOTEL-VICTORIA, B.C.
Newly completed, at short distance from boat landing.   One of the most beautiful hotels on the
American Continent.   European plan.
HAYTER   REED,
Manager in Chief, Hotel Department, Canadian Pacific Railway,
MONTREAL.
AGENCIES to which Letters of Enquiry may be addressed.
Adelaide  Aus...Australasian United Steam Nav. Co. Ltd.
Antwerp ... .Belgium. .Thos. McNeil, Agent 25 Quai Jordaens
Auckland N.Z...Union S.S. Co. of New Zealand, Ltd	
Baltimore   Md. . .Arthur W. Robson, Passenger and Ticket Agent... .127 E. Baltimore St.
Banff  Alta.. A. L. Powell, District Passenger Agent	
Battle Creek. .Mich.. .E. C. Aviatt, Travelling Passenger Agent    363 Lake Ave.
Belfast Ireland..Wm. McCalla, Agent ... 41 Victoria St.
Bellingham.. Wash.. . W. H. Gordon, Freight and Passenger Agent 113 West Holly St.
Birmingham .. Eng.. .W. T. Treadaway, Agent 4 Victoria Sq.
Boston..........Mass...F. R. Perry, General Agent, Passr. Dept 322 Washington St.
Brandon Man...J. A. McDonald, District Passenger Agent	
Brisbane QD...The British India fy Queensland Agency Co., Ltd. ..
Bristol Eng. .. A. S. Ray, Agent 18 St. Augustine's Parade
Broekville Ont., .A. Graham, City Ticket Agent Cor. King St. and Court House Ave.
Buffalo ....N.Y...G. H. Griffin, C.P.A., C. S. Richardson, D.F.A 302 Main Street
Calcutta   . .India. .T. Cook ty Son, Gillanders,.Arbuthnot ^ Co 9 Old Court House St.
Calgary  Alta. . Robert Dawson, District Passenger Agent	
Canton China. .Jardine, Matheson & Co.   .  	
Chicago III.. .Geo. A. Walton, Genl. Agt., Passr. Dept  .224 South Clark St.
Cincinnati Ohio. ,M. E. Malone, Genl. Agt., Passr. Dept 438 Walnut St.
Cleveland Ohio. .Geo. A. Clifford, City Passr. Agt 213 Euclid Ave.
Detroit Mich.. .A. E. Edmonds, Genl. Agent, Passr. Dept 7 Fort St. West
Dublin Ireland. .A. II. Hewett, 9 D'Olier St.; Thos. Cook & Son 117 Grafton St.
Duluth Minn... Jas. Maney, G.P.A., D.S.S. <5f A. Rly Fidelity Bldgs.
Edmonton  ... .Alta. .Chas. F. Fyfe, City Ticket Agent 145 Jasper Ave. East
Everett Wash.. .A. B. Winter, Ticket Agent , 1519 Hewitt Ave.
Fort William F.J. Blaine, District Passenger Agent	
Genoa Italy. . H. Coe <5r Clerici Piazza San Matteo 15
Glasgow .. Scotland..Thos. Russell, Agent  120 St. Vincent St.
Halifax N.S... J. D. Chipman, Ticket Agent   37 George St.
Hamburg..Germany..C. F. A. Flugge, Agt., Alsterdamm 8; T. Cook # Son 39 Alsteidamm
Hamilton Ont.. . W. Mcllroy, City Passenger Agent  cor. King $• James Sts.
Hong Kong  D. W. Craddock, Gen. Traffic Agent, China, etc	
Honolulu H.I.. .Theo. H. Davies # Co., Ltd	
Kansas City .... Mo... Ed. Merchant, Travelling Passenger Agent 441 Sheidley Bldgs.
Kingston Ont. ..F. Conway, City Freight and Passenger Agent	
Kobe Japan. .James Rankin, Agent 14 A. Maye-machi
Liverpool Eng. . I). Spiers, Acting Agent Royal Liver Building, Pier Head
London Vvr J H- s- Carmichael, G.P.A 1 62 to 65 Charing Cross, S.W.
"       j,ng. ^ T j  Sraith) Genl Frt> Agt j67.fj8 King William St., E.C.
London Ont.. . W. Fulton, City Ticket Agent   161 Dundas St.
Los Angeles ... .Cal.. .A. A. Polhamus, Gen. Agt., Passenger Dept 708 So. Spring St.
Malta Thos. Cook # Son 308 Strada Reale, Vaietta
Manchester .... Eng. .. I). II. M. Park, Freight and Passenger Agent   1 Mount Street
Melbourne Aus... Union S.S. Co. of New Zealand, Ltd	
Milan I tali . .Coe ^iClerici, Galleria Vittoria, Emanuele 	
Milwaukee ... .Wis.. .F. T. Sansom, Pass Agent loo Wisconsin St.
Minneapolis. .Minn ..W. R.Calloway, Gen. Pass. Agent, M.St.P. # S.S.M. Ry.
Montreal Que.. .A. E. Lalande, City Passenger Agent	
Moscow. Russia. .Nordisk Resebureau   	
Naples Italy. .Messrs. Coe and Clerici	
Nelson B.C.. .J. V, Murphy, District Passenger Agent ...
New York N Y I W* H * Sneil> Genl. Agent, Passenger Dept. 458 Broadway
z, ■*"", '   "I Laud $ Immigration Office ..l Broadway
Niagara Falls. .N.Y.. .1). Isaacs Prospect House
Ottawa     Ont. ..Geo. Duncan, City Passenger Agent  42 Sparks St.
™ ^ls^  ;• Y •-• Frajs:(-k- • Aug. Catoni, Agent . i Rue Scribe
Philadelphia .... Pa.. .R. C. Clayton, City Passenger Agent 629 631 Chestnut St.
Pittsburg Pa. I §■ }J' Fim.to^b\P D ' (.Oliver Buildings
^     X      f 1 Robert Main, D.F.A /   mo Sixth Avenue
Portland Me.. .Leon W. Merritt, Ticket Agent Main Cent. Rd., Union Depot.
Portland Ore.. .F. R. Johnson, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dpt...cor. Third # Pine Multnomah Hotel
Quebec Que.. .G. J. P. Moore, C.P.A .. 30 St. John St., cor. Palace Hill
Regina  Sask.. .J. E. Proctor, Dist. Passr. Agent; R, K. Scarlett,C.T.A.. .1812 Scarth St.
Rotterdam..Holland..Joh. Otten and Zoon Noordblaak 13
St. John N.B... W. B. Howard, District Passr. Agent 8 King St.
St. John's Que.. .C. A. Saberge, City Ticket Agent 117 Richelieu St.
St. Louis Mo.. .T. J. Barnes, City Passenger Agent. 725 Olive St.
St. Paul MiNN.-.B. R. Smeed, City Passenger Agent, Soo Line 379 Robert St.
St. Petersburg. .Russia. .Nordisk Resebureau 29 Bolshaja Konjushenaja
San Pranpifpn   Tat  J G- M- Jackson, Gen'l Agt., Passr. Dept.  ) 045 Market St.
^an ± lancitco. .Cal.^ w w Smitb^ district Freight Agt    /    (Palace Hotel).
Saskatoon Sask...W. R. Lovelock, City Ticket Agent 102 Second Ave.
Sault St.Marie.Micii..W. J. Atchison, City Passenger Agent 224 Ashun St.
Seattle Wash.. .E. E. Penn, G.A.P.I) 713 Second Avenue
Shanghai China. .A. R. Owen, Agent ....  	
Sherbrooke —Que. .E. H. Sewell, City Passenger Agent 6 Strathcona Sq.
Spokane Wash... T.J. Wall, Gen. Agent, Passr. Dept .'.,    ..603 Sprague Ave.
Stockholm .. Sweden. .Nordisk Resebureau Royal Opera Bldgs.
Sydney Aus.. .Canadian Australian Steamship Line	
Tacoma Wash.. .C. H. Naylor, City Passenger Agent 1113 Pacific Ave., Arcade Bldg.
Toronto  Ont.. .M. G. Murphy, District Passr. Agent       16 King St. East
Trieste ArsTRI. J P. Christofidis, Agent   Hotel de la Ville
irieSte   AlblllIAtF.Glanzmann Via SpiiidionelO
Vancouver B.C...J. Moe, C.T.A.; Chas. Millard, Depot T.A	
L. D. Chetham, City Passenger Agent     1102 Government St.
.S. Altman, Agent  .Kaerntnerring 7.
J. G. Weidman, C.T.A uu New York Ave.
.S. M. Andrews, City Freight Agent   	
.A. G. Richardson, C.P.A cor. Main St. and Portage Ave.
W. T. Payne, Mgr., Trans-Pae. Line, II. T. Wilgress, Agt 14 Bund
i(    'rile   Cable   address   of   Mr.   Geo.    McL.   Brown,    European   Manager,   is
Canpacry,   London,"   or   "Travel,    Glasgow";   of   Mr.    H.    S.   Carmichael,
Cxeneral  Passenger  Agent,  " Naganalf,  London";   and of New   York   Agent
Citamprag, New York."
.141-145 St. James St.
 Hotel Metropole
. Via Agostino Depretis 67
Victoria ..., B.C.
Vienna Austria..
Washington....D. C...
Westminster .... B.C..
Winnipeg Man.
Yokohama Japan. .
H
.TELEGRAPHS-^ The telegraph system of the C.P.R. extends along the
entire length of the railway, and reaches every point of importance off the line of
-hailway in the Dominion of Canada.
The COMMERCIAL CABLE CO. (Mackay-Bennett System) gives the C.P.R.
the most direct connection with Europe, Asia and Africa.
Also in direct connection with the BRITISH PACIFIC CABLE to Australia,
New Zealand, etc., the COMMERCIAL PACIFIC CABLE to the Hawaiian Islands,
Philippine Islands, China and Japan, and the COMMERCIAL HAVANA CABLE to
Havana, etc.
The POSTAL TELEGRAPH CO. of New York and San Francisco enables the
C.P.R. to reach all important points in the United States.
The HALIFAX-BERMUDA & DIRECT WEST INDIES CABLE CO. gives
connection with Bermuda, Jamaica and points in the West Indies.
Direct connection with the Dominion Government Telegraph line to the Yukon
and points in Alaska.
A tariff of charges for Telegrams is posted at all Telegraph Offices, and is
kept by all Sleeping and Parlour Car Porters for inspection. Senders of messages are
requested to compare charges made with the rates on tariff.
To ensure quick dispatch to  all points, see that your telegrams are   written on
C.P.R. Telegraph Blanks and are handed in at C.P.R. Offices
Head Office, MONTREAL. JAMES  KENT,Manager Telegraphs.
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  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
TRANSCONTINENTAL TRAIN SERVICE
From the ATLANTIC to the PACIFIC
The only Through Car Route and   Direct Line to Western
Canada and British Columbia
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PRINCIPAL STATIONS
BOSTON B. & M. (E.T.
PORTLAND .Me. Ctl	
HALIFAX I.C.R	
ST. JOHN, N.B. [Meal Stn.]	
QUEBEC	
NEW YORK) • (N.Y.C Lv
NEW YORK 1     Montreal    \ Rut Lv
NEW YORK J     Montreal
2890
MONTREAL, Win. St. [Meal Stn.] Lv
OTTAWA, Broad St. [Meal Stn.] Ar
CARLETON PLACE LMeal Stn.] Ar
Pembroke   Ar
NORTH BAY [Meal Stn.]. Ar
SUDBURY [Meal Stn.]  Ar
Cartier [Meal Stn.] Ar
Chapleau [Meal Stn.] Ar
SCHREIBER LMeal Stn. ]	
Nipigon	
PORT ARTHUR	
FORT WILLIAM [Meal Stn. I (EasternTime) Ar
Kenora [Meal Stn.] (Central Time) Ar
WINNIPEG [Meal Stn.]. .„._. „. Ar
Toronto ~..7.:...7..:.~~..
WINNIPEG [Meal Stn] Lv
Portage la Prairie Ar
SASKATOON  Ar
EDMONTON   A r
MacGregor	
Carberry   	
BRANDON [Meal Stn.
Moosomin	
BROADVIEW [MealStn.]{{CenutrammeKjAr
Wolseley Ar
Indian Head  	
REGINA	
Moose Jaw [Meal Stn.]
Swift Current [Meal Stn
Gull Lake	
Maple Creek	
MEDICINE HAT [Stn. for Crowsnest] Ar
Lethbridge	
Macleod	
Fernie	
Cranbrook 	
Kingsgate 	
SPOKANE S.I.R
PORTLAND..... .O.R. & N. Co.
Kootenay Landing . (M. T.) Ar
NELSON   (P.T.)
Sandon
ROSSL AND Ar
Bassano (M.T.) Ar
Gleichen Ar
CALGARY LMeal Stn
Cochrane
Canmore
BANFF
LAGGAN (Lake Louise)
Hector
FIELD [Meal Stn.] (Emerald Lake)
Palliser (Pacific Time)
Golden
DONALD
GLACIER [Meal Stn.]
Albert Canyon
Revelstoke [Meal Stn. 1
SICAMOUS [Meal Stn.]
Kamloops [Meal Stn,
Ashcrof t	
Spence's Bridge
Lytton	
NORTH BEND [Meal Stn.]
Harrison Mills
MISSION   Ar
2898
2898
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3064
+ Daily. t Daily, except Sundays. / Flag station.
Twenty-four hour system used west of Fort William.   The hours 1 to 12 are a.m.
and 12 to 24 are p.m.
All tmes given on this page are subject to change.
CANADIAN P
C RAILWAY
SOO AND SOUTH  SHORE  LINES
TO
Sault Ste. Marie, St, Paul, Minneapolis and
North-West States
STATIONS
HALIFAX Lv
ST. JOHN, N.B. [MealStn.]	
BOSTON [Meal Stn.].
PORTLAND [Meal Stn.].
QUEBEC
NEW YORK, via Montreal
NEW YORK, via Montreal
MONTREAL, Win. St. [Meal Stn.].'". Lv
OTTAWA, Broad St. [Meal Stn.] . .Lv
Cobden Ar
Pembroke
Mattawa.
North Bay [Meal Stn
COBALT..........:.   7. 777. Ar
PORCUPINE  Ar
Sudbury [Meal Stn.] ...	
Algoma	
Sault Ste. Marie, Ont..	
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich Ar
SOO    LINE
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich Lv
Trout Lake  Ar
Manistique.  —	
North Escanaba *	
Hermansville	
Pembine	
Rhinelander	
Prentice	
ST. PAUL	
MINNEAPOLIS  Ai
ST. PAUL ....Lv
Hankinson Ar
Enderlin. Ar
Valley City Ar
MINOT. „_....... Ar
ST. PAUL...:......................Lv
St. Cloud Ar
Little Falls ._. Ai
Sauk Centre ._...... y Ai
Fargo A)
Bismarck	
Billings	
Butte	
HELLENA Ai
,   .::....... Lv
 Ar
ST.  PAUL. .
Barnesville...
Crookston	
Grand Forks.
Larimore	
Havre^	
Great Falls ..
Helena.
Butte.. ^ 1_11   .. Ar
ST. PAUL 7.  Lv
Wilmar. Ai
Sioux Falls	
Sioux City....' Ar
ST. PAUL T  L v
Mankato  Ar
SIOUX CITY ...  Ar
SOUTH SHORE  LINE
Sault Ste. Marie Lv
Marquette [Meal Stn.] Ar
Negaunee	
Ishpeming	
Humboldt	
Champion ._.	
Nestoria	
L' Anse	
Houghton	
Hancock	
Calumet  Ar
Nestoria  L v
Superior   .. Ar
DULUTH  _£_ _. Ar
DULUTH:  Lv
Deer River  Ar
Crookston	
GRAND FORKS Ar
RAILWAY
intercolonial
Canadian Pacific
B.
&M.
Maine Central __
"Canadian Pacific
Rutland
D. &H.
Canadian
Pacific
T. &N.O.
Ry.
Canadian Pacific
Eastern Time
Central Time
* 4.
♦10.
t 9,
f* 1.
♦9.
t 8
♦To.
: 2.
5.
6.
8.
9.
: a
10
12~
a
6
1 5,
RAILWAY
Central Time
Minneapolis
St. Paul
&
Sault Ste. Marie
Northern
Pacific^
Great
Northern
Chicago
St. Paul, M. & O.
RAILWAY
Central Time.
Ditluth
South Shore
&
Atlantic
Express
00am
55pm
00am
35am
30pm
30am
45am
30pm
10am
02 „
30 „
30 „
50 ,,
51pm
,06  .
35pm
59 „
33 „
52 „
Express
Dining
Car
serves
all meals
* 6.20pm
7.50 „
9.30 „
11.06 „
11.57 „
12.41 .,
3.10am
4.32 „
9.45 „
»10.30
ni.OOam
* 5.48pm
* 7.15
* 8.32 ,
* 2.o0am
♦11.00am
1.07pm
4. 33pm
* 5.47pm
HO. 56 ,,
*10.50am
7.00pm
8.05pm
♦11.15am
5.25pm
1.38am
8.15pm
1.30,,
9.04am
♦12.30pm
5.00,,
t 9.20am
I- 1.30pm
5.45am
♦11.46 ,,
n^Oam
♦ 9.35am
♦ 8.45am
♦ 4.40pm
11.00 „
1.38am
♦ 8.20am
10.35 „
1.30pm
♦ 9.04am
♦12.30pm
♦ 5.00 ,,
♦7.00pm
♦10.40pm
t 7.15pm
+10.00pm
: 9.30am
12.43pm
7.20 „
Express
6.25pm
11.30,,
12.25am
12.35 „
k
1.40am
4.15am
5.40 „
5.55 ,,
6.30 ,.
Great Northern
♦ 1.55am
9.36 „
10.30 „
[♦ 8.10pm
I* 1.11am
♦ 7^05am
8.00,,
*10.30pm
* 4.48am
6.10 „
* 7.12 „
#12.15pm
♦10.35pm
1.10am
* 2.10,,
* 6.15am
8.55am
7.30pm
10.35 „
: 4.25am
♦ Daily. f Daily, except Sunday. h Stops to take passengers for points on
S.P. & S. Ry. west of Spokane. Dining Car and First and Second Class Coaches on
through trains Montreal to St, Paul via Soo Line. Through Sleeper Boston to St. Paul
via Soo Line.
Time and connections with foreign lines not guaranteed.
All times given on this page are subject to change.
23
CANADIAN
£Hfe
MONTREAL,   TORONTO,   HAMILTON,   DETROIT &  CHICAGO
1                                             1
Mis. 1                        STATIONS.
1
rORONTO|
Express
8         '
Chicago
Express
Express
Express
SOUTH
Western
Exr. 8
| HALIFAX, N.S Lv
ST. JOHN, N.B Lv
PORTLAND	
+ 8.00am
+ 8.00am
8.00am
+ 4.55pm
t 9.35am
* 4.55pm
1 9.05pm
+10.00am
+ 8.45am
* 1.30pm
+ 4.55pm
...'
+ 9.05pm
I BOSTON	
no. 00am
+ 9.40am
+ 8.30pm
NEW YORK  	
f 4.15pm
4.30 „
7.10 „
7.27 „
7.55 „
2.50pm
*■ 7.45pm
1 QUEBEC ?.. .
MONTREAL, Windsor St. Ii  Lv
Montreal June	
!+ 1.30pm
+11.00pm
* 11.30pm
0
5
no.copm
10 15 „
/12.01am
/12.11 „
+ 7.35am
7.50 „
10.17 „
10.30 „
+10.57 „
t 8.00am
+11.18am
♦11.35am
♦ 9.06am
87
Chesterville	
Winchester  ... .
93
108
Kempton    Ar
PRESCOTT    Lv
Merrickville  	
130
120
12.52am
+ 1.05 ,.
1    8.20pm
8.40 .,
129
Smiths Falls il	
+ 2.06am
♦12.06pm
157
Brockville ...	
t 9 45pm
t 9.10pm
it 1.20pm
t 1.20pm
141
166
Perth   	
Sharbot Lake ...  Ar
2.35am
3.24 „
+ 1.37am
* 2.27 „
+12.36pm
'♦ 1 22
213
KINGSTON 	
t 8.00am
t 8.00am
t 7.45am
207
Tweed 	
4.35am
+ 3.42am
4.02 „
6.00am
6.16 „
7<9 ,,
7.45 „
9.00 „
j    9.53 „
+ 2.37pm
217
Ivanhoe	
2.56 ,,
244
Norwood	
3.57 „
262
PETERBORO'   	
6.18am
/7.24 „
5.26am
/6.32„
4.33 „
302
Myrtle	
Agincourt	
5.55 ,,
326
6.36 „
North Toronto	
8.15am
♦ 7.35am
338'
West Toronto	
TORONTO, Union [Meal Stn ] ..:...
HAMILTON [Meal Stn]  Ar
BRANTFORD ... , Ar
BUFFALO, N.Y   .....Ar
TORONTO [MealStn.J Lv
West Toronto	
npSarn
111.30am
♦ 1.00pm
1 7.20am
7.38 „
8.05 „
/8.17 „
1 8.26 ,,
t 8.48am
11.03 „
fll.10 ,,
t 8.47am
t 9.10 „
io!30am
Express
s
♦ 5.50pm
+ 6.10 „
6.35 „
6.46 „
6.52 „
7.18pm
+ 7. () „
+ 7.10pm
378
+ 8.53am
t 8.23pm
338
344
t 9.39am
♦11.20 „
♦ 8.0Cam
8.20 ,,
2) 8.39 „
+ '8.54am
Express
t 4.30pm
4.50 „
t 9.25pm
110.25 „
*" 7.45pm
8.''5
353
Cooksville Ar
Streetsville	
1 Streetsville, Jet.	
/ 8.28 ',;
359
360
+ 8.46pm
377
Brampton ,	
421
Fergus	
424
Elora '.	
371
Milton	
+ 9.12am
+ 9.30 ,,
5.57pm
6.50pm
9.25 .,
6.25pm
6.41pm
7.18 ,,
8.03pm
8.55 „
+ 9.03pm
f 9.23 ,,
378
Guelph June	
393
GUELPH  ,	
GODERICH  	
tl 0.25am
+ 1.00pm
fl0.25am
t 1.00pm
♦ 9.39am
9.56 „
i(U8am
+10.56 „
111 23am
tl2.20pm
+11.42am
pi 2.18pm
P12.36 „
P12.5S ',','
1.20 „
tl0.15pm
474
384
Puslinch	
7.53pm
♦ 8.15 „
,...   ,.„.
396
Gait	
9.55pm
402
406
Dumfries	
Ayr    	
10.12pm
10.45 „
426
Woodstock [Meal Stn.]	
436
Ingersoll	
460
ST. THOMAS    Ar
453
LONDON [Meal Stn.]    Ar
Caradoc ...	
8.00pm
m.25pm
468
484
North Glencoe	
491
North Newbury	
9.35pm
503
North Thamesville	
518
CHATHAM	
l.ooam
"564
Sarnia    P.M. Rd....
+pl .42pm
2.30 „
+ 2.15 „
♦ 7.58am
♦ 9.50pm
,         __
533
Tilbury  I
56Q
WINDSOR     ,        !
no. 45pm
+10.30 ,,
t 3.20pm
♦ 7.38am
2 10am
539
DETROIT (Central Time)  .. ..... Ar!
+ 2.45 „
1048
ST. LOUIS Wabash
+ 1.57pm
839 !
CHICAGO (Polk St.) ... Wabash Arl
* 9.50am
TO WESTERN STATES VIA DETROIT.
Mis
from
Det.
STATIONS.
Express
Express
74
107
Flint P.M. Rd Ar
Saginaw        ,,          	
+ 8.05 pm
+ 9.05  „
+ 9.45 „
♦10.05  „
r 7 HO
t 9.40  ,,
no.io ,,
+ 7.30 am
+ 5.20pm
+10.58   „
ni.i5 „
12.05 n'n
+ 4.50 am
+ 6.<0 „
+ 6.50  „
r 1.25 pm
* 3.09 am
+ 4 46
119
Bay City        ,,
153
76
Grand Rapids       ,,           /
Jackson   M.C.R.
144
Kalamazoo ...        „          	
00
262
663
Toledo        ,,         	
Cincinnati...C. H. &D.Ry	
Kansas City . ..Wabash 	
no.20 „
1 4.20 pm
+ 9.80
h 9.00ain
:" 9.15   .,
" 4 05   „
889
891
1414
Council Bluffs ..      ,,
Omaha        ,,        ..., ''
Denver          ,,           Ar
TORONTO EXPRESS, daily, Compartment and Standard Sleepers and Coaches
'VI ontres 1 to Wpst  I oronto
SOUTH-WESTERN EXPRESS, daily, Through First Class Car Parlor Car Montreal
to ^^?^Aa»d Sleeping Car to Chicago, and Dining Car Montreal to Toronto.
CHICAGO EXPRESS,daily Montreal toDetroit andChicago,Through SleepingCars.
QUEBEC AND  MONTREAL.
qyioi/i
Mis.
STATIONS.
| Express
Express
+ 1.30pm
3.44 „
+ 6.30 „
Express
+ 5.00 pm
7.13 „
♦10.00  „
0    QUEBEC   ..LvfalOam
78    Three Rivers ||     11 23
173 I MONTREAL PL Viger■/"'.';""' Arlt 3".00pm
Also special trains in connection with steamships.
+ Daily.       * \ya[\y except Sundays.        I! Refreshment Stations.
s Sleeping and Parlor Cars on these trains.       / Flag Station.
Time of and connections with foreign railways not guaranteed.
All times given on this page are subject to change.
Express
•11.30 pm
2.50 am
+ 6.30  „
p Flag Sundays.
24
 POINTS  REACHED  BY  THE  CANADIAN   PACJFJG(MJAjyj|£AV
Abbotsford, Que., 275
Abbotsford,B.C.,800
Abercorn, Que., 150
Abernethy, Sask., 300
Acamac, N.B., 40
Acme, Alta., 300
Acton, Que., 1,600
Adair, Sask.
Adamsville, Que., 500
Adanac, Sask , 100
Adelard, Ont.     [2,400
Adirondack, Jc, Que.,
Agassiz, B.C., 800
Agincourt, Ont.,200
Aikens, Sask., 20
Aiktow, Sask.
Airdrie, Alta., 300
Alameda, Sask., 300
Alamo Concentrator,
Albany, N.Y.
Albatross, Sask.    [891
Albernie(GldTn.),BC.
Albert Canyon, B.C.,
Alcove, Que. [45
Aldersyde,Alta.,30
Aldridge, B.C.
Alert Bay, B.C.
Alexander, Man., 400
Alexandria, Minn.
Alfred, Ont., 700
Algoma, Ont., 200
Alix, Alta., 267
Allan Cot, N.B.,15
Allan Park, Ont.
Alliston, Ont., 1,279
Almonte, Ont., 2,500
Alton, Ont., 700
Altona, Man., 375
Amaranth, Ont, 1,098
Amazon, Sask., 350
Am bo, Ont.
Amherst, N.S., 8,973
Amisk, Alta , 50
Amulet, Sask., 100
Amyot, Ont,, 1,350
Aneona Pt., Ont,
Andover, N.B., 480
Angers, Que., 400
Anglia, Sask., 50
Annable, B.C.
Annapolis, Royal,
N.S., 1,019
Ann is, B.C.
Annonciation, Q., 622
Antelope, Sask., 20
Antler, Sask., 150
Apple Hill, Ont., 300
Arborg, Man., 380  .
Ar buckle, N.B.,00
Archive, Sask.
Areola, Sask., 1.000
Arden, Man., 300
Ardendale, Ont., 250
Argosy, N.B.
Arkell, Ont.
Ark wood, Ont.
Armstrong, B.C., 900
A maud, Man., 80
Arnprior, Ont., 4,395
Aroostook, Jc, N.B,,
200
Arrowhead, B.C., 400
Arrow River, Man.
Arrowsmith, B.C.
Arthur, Ont,, 1,100
Arthurette, N.B., 200
Ashcroft, B.C., 500
Ashdod, Ont., 25
Ashland, Wis.
Ashton, Ont; 275
Asquith, Sask., 200
Assiniboia, Sask.
Astum, Sask.
Asylum, Ont.
Atha Road, Ont.
Attean, Me.
Auburn, Ont., 250
A.uburn, N.S., 150
Augusta, Me., 12,500
Austin, Man., 350
Avonmore, Ont., 500
Avonport, N.S.
Aylesford, N.S., 350
Aylmer, Que., 3,500
Aylwin, Que., 805
Ayr, Ont., 900
Azilda, Ont., 100
Bagot, Man., 50
Baie d'Urfe, Que., 80
Bailey, N.B., 300
Bainbridge, B.C.
Bala (Falls), Ont,
Balcarres, Sask., 348
Balfour, B.C.
Balgonie, Sask., 365
Baliol, Sask., 200
Balmoral, Man., 200
Balsam Lake, Ont.
Baltimore, Md.
Bancroft, Que.
Bancroft, Me.
Banff, Alta., 700
Bangor, Me., 23,000
Bankhead, Alta., 1,100
Banting, Man.
Bantry, Alta.
Barber Dam, N.B., 15
Barclay, Ont., 15
Baring, Sask., 50
Barnesdale, Ont.
Barnett, B.C., 300
Barnsley, Man.
Barnwell, Alta.
Bar River, Ont., 20
Bar Road, N.B., 12
Barons, Alta., 250
Barry vale, Ont.
Bartlett, N.B., 150
Bartlett, N.H.
Bassano, Alta., 1,700
Bass wood, Man., 110
Bath, N.B., 400
Bathurst, Ont.
Batiscan, Que., 800
Battrum Sask., 20
Bawlf, Alta., 300
Baxter, Ont., 7
Bayard, N. B.
Bay City, Mich.
Bay Shore, Jc, N.B.
Beaconsfield, Que., 712
Beachville, Ont., 600
Bear Creek, B.C.
Bear River, N.S.
Beasley, B.C.
Beaucage, Ont,, 700
Beauchene, Que., 600
Beaurepaire, Que.,800
Beausejour. Man. ,1,2"'
Beaver Bank, M.S.
Beavermouth, B.C.
Beckwith, Ont.
Beck, Ont.
Beddington, Alta.
Bede, Man., 25
Bedford, Que., 1,485
Bonny River, N.B., 50Cantuar, Sask., 2:
Bordeaux, Que., 1,000 Caradoc, Ont., 600
Boston, Mass.
Bosworth, B.C.
Botha, Alta,, 150
Boundary Falls, B.C.
Boundary Park, Man
Bounty, Sask., 150
Bourget, Ont., 500
Bowden, Alta., 400
Bowell, Alta.
Bowie, B.C.
Bow Island, Alta.,
Bradbury, Man.
Bradshaw, Alta.    [150
Bradwardine, Man.,
Braeside, Ont., 600
Brampton. Ont., 4,000
Brandon, Man., 18,000
Brant, Alt a., 100
Brantford, Ont., 23,095
Brass, Sask.
Brays, Ont.
Brazil Lake, N.S., 17c
Brechin, Ont., 300
Breckenr.dge, Que.
Bredenbury, Sask., 530
Bremner. Ont.
Brennan, Que.
% B.C.
Bedford, N.S.., 500
Beech wood, N.B., 200
Beeton, Ont,, 1,000
Beiseker, Alta., 250
Bekanon, Ont.
Belair, Que., 800
Bel beck, Sask., 50
Belisles Mill, Q., 1,500
Bell, Ont, 700
Bellamy, Ont., 50
BellePlaine, Sask.,100
Bellerive, Que.
Belle River, Ont,, 520
Bellingham, Wash.
Belliveau, N.S.
Belmont, Ont., 600
Belwood, Ont., 300
Bender, Sask., 75
Bennet, Alta.
Bennington,Ont, 20
Benny, Ont.
Benton, N.-B., 450
Beresford, Man., 125
Bergen, Man., 115
Berlin, Ont., 15,192
Berkeley, Ont,, 200
Bernice, Man., 50
Berthier, Que., 1,800
Berthier June, Q., 100
Berwick, N.S.
Bethany, Ont., 450
Bethany June, Ont.
Bethlehem, Pa.
Beveridge, N.B., 30
Beverly, Sask.
Biddeford, Me.
Bienfait, Sask., 250
Biggar, Sask., 315
Bigwood, Ont.
Billings, B.C.
Binghampton, N.Y.
Binney, Man.
Binscarth, Man., 450
Birchton, Que., 50
Birds Hill, Man., 300
Birtle, Man., 456
Bisco, Ont., 1,000
Bissett, Ont., 200
Bittern Lake, Alta.,200
Blackburn, Ont.
Blackfalds, Alta., 150
Black Road, Ont.
Blackie, Alta., 100
Blagdon, N.B.
Blainey's, B.C.
Blair more, Alta., 2,000
Blairton, Ont., 25
Blandford, Ont.,80
Blind River ,Ont., 2,55:
Bloomlield, N.S., 150
Blucher, Sask.
Blueberry, B.C.
Blue Sea, Que.
Blumenhoff, Sask.
Blyth, Ont., 1,000
Bo bcaygeon,Ont. ,1,002
Boharm, Sask., 75
Boissevain, Man., 845
Bolton, Ont., 750
Bolton Centre, Que.
Bonfield, Ont.,100
Bonheur, Ont.. 10
Bonners Ferry, Idaho
BonningtonF.,B.O.,50
Chaplin, Sask., 200      ICross, Sask.
Charlottetown,P E T , Crossfield, Alta., 307
Brenton  .
Brickton, N.S.
Bridgeford, Sask., 200
Bridgetown, N.S., 990
Bridgewat'r,N.S..1,821
Brigham, Que., 250
Brigham Jnnc.,Q., 700
Brighton, N.B., 25
Brignall, Ont,
Brilliant, B.C.
Bristol, N.B., 300
Britannia, Ont., 410
Broadacres, Sask.
Broadview, Sask., 760
Brocket, Alta., 702
Brockville, Ont., 10,000
Broderick, Sask., 200
Brome, Que.
Brookdale, Man., 200
Brooklyn, N.S., 200
Brooks, Alta., 1000
Broomhill, Man., 25
Brora, Sask.
Brouse, B.C.
Brownlee, Sask., 250
BrownvilleJc.,Me.,950
Browns Corners, Ont.,
Bruce, Ont., 500       [50
Bruce, Wis.
Bruchesi, Que., 500
Brunswick, Me., 500
Brunswick Jc, N.B., 5
Buccleugh, Sask.
Buchan, Man.     [3,854
Buckingham Je,Que.,
Buckskin, Ont.
Buda, Ont.
Buffalo, N.Y.
Bull's Head, Alta.
Bulwer, Que., 117
Bulyea, Sask., 200
Burbidge, Que., 175
Burdett, Alta., 100
Burketon Jc., Ont. ,100
Burlington, Vt
Burmis, Alta., 200
Burnside, N.B.,200
Burnside, Man.
Burrows, Sask., 30
Burritts, Ont.
Burtons, N.S.
Burwash. Ont.
Bury, Que., 1,650
Busteed, Ont.
Buttress, Sask.
Byng Inlet, Ont., 800
Byrnell, Ont.
Cabane Ronde, Q., 600
Cabri, Sask., 300
Cache Bay, Ont, 2,500.
Cadogan, Alta., 100
Cahill, N.B., 20
Cairns, Alta., 50
Caithness, B.C.
Calabogie. Ont.
Caledon, Ont., 150
Caledonia      Springs,
Ont., 500
Calgary, Alta., 74,000
Calumet, Mich.
Calumet, Que., 600
Calvin, Ont.
Cambray, Ont.
Cambridge, N.S., 200
Cameron, Man.
Cameron, Lake, B.C.
Campbell'sBay,Q., 300
Campb'llville,Ont,300
Campeau, Que.
Camrose, Alta., 2,000
Canford, B.C.
Canmore, Alta., 810
Canning, N.S., 1,600
Canoe, B.C
Canrobert, Que.. 229
Carberry, Man., 1,250
Cardigan, N.B., 150
Cardston, Alta., 1,500
Carey, Man.
Caribou, Me., 5,400
Carievale, Sask., 200
CarletonPlce.O
Carley, Ont.
Carlin, B.C.
Carling, Ont.
OOCarlstadt, Alta., 300
Carlyle, Sask., 400
Carman, Man., 1,500
Carmichael, Sask., 125
Carmangay, Alta., 450
Carnduff, Sask., 500
Carnegie, Man.
Caron, Sask., 350
Oarr, N.B.,25
Carroll, Man., 150
Oar stairs, Alta., 400
Cartier, Ont., 800
Caitwright, Man., 425
Cascade, B..C, 200
Cascades, Que.
Cassell's, N.B.,25
Cassidys, B.C.
Cassils, Alta., 77
Castle, Alta.
Castleford, Ont., 25
Castlegar, B.C., 100
Castlewood, Sask.
Castor, Alta., 1,600
Castor Lake, Que.
Cataract June, Ont.
Cavan, Ont., 300
Cavignac, Que.
Cayley, Alta, 150
Cedar, B.C.
Cedar Mills, Ont
Cedar Park, Que.
. Je,
Central Ont. Je,Ont,
Centre, V.T., 400 [100
Centreville,N.S.,150
Chalk River, Ont., 50
Chamcook, N.B., 300
Chamcook Lake,N.B.,
50
Champion, Alta., 200
Champlain, Que.,1,900
Chancellor, Alta.
Chapleau, Ont, 1,500
Cokato, B.C.
Coldbrook, N.S.,50
Coldwater, Ont , 800
Coldwater June, Ont.
Coldwell, Ont.
Coleman, Alta., 2,250
Colonsay, Sask., 400
Coltern, B.C.
3,625 Colvaili, B.C.
Colwood, B.C.
Como, Que., 1,210
Conception, Que.
Concord, N.H.
Conference, Que.
Conistone, Ont.
Conquest, Sask., 150
Cookshire, Que, 996
Cooksville, Ont, 400
Coombs, B.C.
Cootehill, N.B., 150
Copper Cliff,Ont,3,086
Corbeil, Ont
Corbetton, Ont, 200
Corinne, Sask., 50
Cork, N.B., 150
Coronation, Alta., 1,100
Corwhin, Ont., 50
Cory, Sask.
Coryell, B.C.
Cottrell, N.B.,15
Coulter, Man.
County Line, N.B., 1
Coutlee, B.C.
Coutts, Alta.
Cowansville, Que., 881
Cowiehan, B.C.
Cowiehan Lake, B.C.
Cowley Alta., lOO
Coykendahl, B.C.
Coyle, B.C.
Craigdhu, Alta.
Craigellachie, B.C.
Craighurst, Ont, 250
Craigs, B.C.
Cranbrook, B.C., 2,400
Crandall, Man., 200
Crane Lake. Sask., 25
Craven, Sask., 125
Creehnan, Sask., 160
Crescent Valley, B.C.
Crest, Que.
Creston, B.C., 600
Crestwynd, Sask.
Crombies, Ont.
,10
Dill, Ont.
Dinorwic, Ont, 100
Ditchfield, Que.
Dixie, Ont.
Doak,N.B.,30
Dockmure, Ont.
Doddridge, N.S., 50
Dominion City, M.,400
Domville, Ont
Don, Ont.
Donald, B.C.
Donlands, Ont.
Dorchester,N.B., 1,200
Dorion,Ont,300
Dorking, Ont.
Dorval, Que, 1,049
Dot, B.C.
Dougherty, N.B., 50
Douglas, Man., 300
Douglas, Ont., 500
Dover, Me.
Drake, Sask., Ill
Drinkwater, Sask., 400
Druid, Sask., 100
Drumbo, Ont, 600
Drummondvilie,Que.,
1,726
,50
Esk, Sask.
Espanola, Ont.
Esquimalt, B.C.,4,001
Essondale, B.C.
Esterhazy, Sask., 400
Estevan, Sask., 2,800
Euston, Sask.
Evesham, Sask.
Ewart, Man.
Ewing's, B.C.
Exeter, N.H.
Expanse, Sask.
Exshaw, Alta.,500
Eyebrow, Sask., 400
Fabyan, N.H.
Fairfield, Ont
Fairlight, Sask., 150
Fair ville, N.B., 3,000
Fall River, Mass.
Falmouth, N.S., 300
Fannystelle, Man., 200
Farley, Que.
Farm Point, Que.
Farnham,,Que, 3,700
Farrellton, Que.
Farron, B.C.
Fassett,Que, 500
approximate population.
All  other points  in Canada  and  the United  States reached
by direct connection with Canadian  Pacific Railway
Glenboro, Man., 650   iHarvey, N.B., 500
Glenbow, Alta., 150    (Hastings, B.C.
Glen Ewen, Sask., 200iHatfield, Sask.
Glenlily, B.C. jHatton, Sask., 75
Glen Major, Ont, 50   lHatzic, B.C.
Glen Norman, Ont, 50 Havelock, Ont, 1,500
Drummondville Jnc.,|Federal, Alta.
[IOC
Sask..
N.S.,
,100
500
Chase, B.C., 600 [11,198
Chater, Man., 50
Chatham, Ont, 10,760
Chatsworth, Ont.,400
Chaudiere J une, Ont
Chaumox, B.C.
Cheadle, Alta., 200
Chelmsford, Ont, 250
Chelsea, Que, 200
Cheltenham, Ont, 256
Chemainus, B.C., 250
Cherry Creek, B.C.
Chesterville, Ont, 883
Cheviot, Sask.
Chicago, 111.
Chicot, Que.
Chigwell, Alta
Chin, Alta., 20
China Bar, B.C
Choate, B.C.
Choisy, Que.
Chokio, Alta.
Christina, B.C.
Chrysler, Sask
Churchbridge,
Church   Point,
600
Churchville, Ont,
Cincinnati, Ohio
Clabo, Ont
Clandeboye, Man
Clanwilliam, B.C
Clapperton, B.C.
Claremont, Ont.
Clarendon, N.B., 150
Clarendon, Ont, 100
Claresholm,Alta.,100Q
Clark, Ont. 175
Clarksville, N.S.
Clayburn, B.C. 200
Clearwater, Man., 170
Cleary's, Que.        [500
Clementsport, N.S.
Cleveland, Ohio
Cliffe, Ont.
Clifton, N.S., 500
Clive, Alta., 200
Cloan, Sask.
Clonmel, Sask.
Cloverleaf, Man.
Cluny, Alta., 100
Clyde Forks, Ont.
Coaldale, Alta., 100
Cobalt, Ont, 5,630
Cobble Hill, B.C.
Cobden, Ont, 838
Cochrane, Alta., 500
Cochrane, Ont, 2,543
Canterbury, N.B., 400lCoglin, Ont.
Crowfoot, Alta.
Crown Point, B.C.
Crowsnest, B.C^ 200
Crumlin. Ont., <0
Crystal City, Man., 600
Culross, Man.
Cummings, Sask.
Cupar, Sask., 221
Cuprum, B.C.
Curie, Sask.
Currie, N.B., 25
Cut Knife, Sask., 100
Cutler, Ont, 400
Cymric, Sask.   *    [400
Cypress River, Man.,
Czar, Alta , 50        [300
Dafoe, Sask., 50
Daggett, Me.
Dagmar, Ont.       [30i
Dalhousie Mills, Q.,
Dalny, Man.
Dalroy, Alta.
Dalton, Ont
Dane, Ont.
Danforth, Me, 1,295
Darey, Que.
Darling, Ont.
Dariingford, Man..250
Darwin, Man.
Davidson, Que.
Daysland, Alta , 450
Dayton, Ont, 10
Dean Lake, Ont.,100
Debec Junc,N.B.,vu
Deep Brook, N.S. 150
Deer Lake, N.B.,25
Degrosbois, Que
Delamere, Ont
Deleau, Man., 15
Deloraine, Man., 850
Delson June, Que.
Denzil, Sask., loo
Denver Caynon, B.C.
De Sales, Que
Desbarets, Ont., 200
Deschambault, Que.
Detroit, Mich.
Detroit, Minn.       [200
Deux Rivieres, Ont,
Deveron, Sask.
Devon, ont., io
Dewdriey, B.C.
De Wet, Man.
DeWmton, Alta.  [750
Diamond City, Alta.,
D}bblee,N.B.,175
Didsbury, Alta., 800
D¥>,N,S., 1,246
Brtte.Sasfr., 60
Que, 200
Dry den, Ont.,100
Dry noch, B.C.
Dubuc, Sask., 200
Duck Cove, N.B., 15
Ducks, B.C., 200^
Dufrost, Man.
Duluth, Minn.
Dumas, Sask.
Dumbarton, N.B., 600
Dumfries, Ont, 2,095
Duncan's, B.C., 1,300
Dundalk, Ont.,900
Dun elm, Sask., 15
Dunfermline, Sask.
Dunkirk, Sask.
Dunlop, Ont.
Dunmore, Alta., 200
Dunsford, Ont.,100
Durham, Ont, 1,579
Duval, Sask., 150
Dyers, N.B.
Dyment, Ont, 150
Dysart, Sask., 100
Eady, Ont
Eagle, Que.
Eagle River, Ont, 150
Eagle Rock, N.B., 50
Eardley, Que.
Earl Grey, Sask., 175
East Granby, B.C.
East Lyndon, Me
Eastman, Que, 622
Eastman June, Que.
Eastport, Idaho.   [600
East Selkirk, Man. ,250
EastTempleton Q.,750
Eaton, Me, 100
Eau Claire, Ont, 150
Ebor, Man.
Eden, Ont
Edison, Ont.
Edmonton,Alta,53,000
Edmundston, N.B.,
Edrans,Man.,150 [1,821
Eganville, Ont, 1,100
Eganville June, Ont.
Eholt,B.C.,100
Ekoba, Ont, 200
Elbow, Sask., 500
Elder, Ont.
Eldon,Ont.
Elfros, Sask., 125
Elkhorn, Man., 700
Elko, B.C., 400
Ellard, Que.
Ellershouse, N.S.
Ellerslie, Alta.
Ellerslie, B.C.
Elm Creek, Man., 400
Elmira, Ont, 1,786
Elmira, N.Y.
Elmsley, Ont, 1,200
Elmstead, Ont.
Elmwood, N.B.,10
Elora, Ont, 1,197
Elstow, Sask., 150
Elva, Man., 150
Embro, Ont, 477
Emerald, B.C.
Emerson, Man., 1,040
Emery, Ont.
Enderby,B.C.,850
End of Track, B.C.
Englehart, Ont., 6;0
English, Ont, 36
Enniskillen, N.B., 75
Ensign, Alta., 10
Enterprise, B.C.
Erickson, B.C.
Erie, Pa.
Erin, Ont, 511
Erindale, Ont.
Ermine, Sask., 50
Ernfold, Sask., 50
Erskine, Alta., 400
Erskine, Minn.
Fenwicks, B.C.
Fergus, Ont, 1,600
Fernie, B.C., 4,000
Fesserton, Ont.
Field, B.C., 400
Fife, B.C.
Fillmore, Sask, 400
Finch, Ont, 411
Findlay, Man.,25
Finmark, Ont, 18
Fisherman, B.C.
Fitzgeralds, B.C.
Flam boro, Ont., 40.
Fleet, Alta.
Fleming, Sask., 300
Fiesherton, Ont.  437
Flodden, Que.
Floral, Sask. [350
Florenceville. N.B,
Flower, Ont., 25
Foam Lake, Sask.,200
Folger, Ont.,50
Fordwich, Ont, 150
Forest, Me.
Forget, Sask., 300
Forks of Credit, 150
Forrest, Man., 25
Forres, Sask., 75
Forslund, Sask.
Fort Coulonge, Q., 900
Fort   Fairfield,   Me.
4,381
Fort Garry, Man.
Fort Steele, B.C. ,300
Fort Whyte, Man.
Fort   William,   Ont.
Fortune, Sask. [25,000
Forward, Sask., 300
Foster, Que, 1,000
Fourth Chute, Ont.
Foxwarren, Man., 250
Francis, Sask., 400
Frank, Alta., 1,000
Franklin, Man., 2C0
Franklin, Me.
Franklin, Ont, 40
Franktown, Ont, 110
Fraser Mills, B.C.
Fraxa June, Ont.
Fredericton, N.B.,
.208
Fredericton Je, N.B.
French, Ont [5(0
Frobisher. Sask., 250
Froude, Sask., 60
Fry's, Sask.
Fulford,Que , 1,000
Gadsby, Alta., 400
Gainsborough, Sask,
Galloway, B.C.      1300
Gait, Ont, 10,299
Garden, Ont., 700
Gardiner, Me.
Garneau June, Que.
Garson, Man.
Gaspereaux, N.B, 40.
Gatineau, Que
Gautier, Man.
Gellattly,B.C.
Genelle, B.C,
Genest, Man.
Geneva, Ont.
Gerrard, B.C.
Gibbs, Sask., 25
Gibson, N.B., 500
Gillies Depot, Ont  -
Gilpin, B.C.
Gimli, Man., 500
Glacier, B.C., 45
Glade, B.C.
Gladstone, Man., 800
Gladwin, B.C.
Glasier, N.B., 60
Glasnevin, Sask.
Gleichen, Alta., 800
Glen, Ont.
Gltnannan, Ont.
Glenogle, B.C,
Glen Otter, Ont.
Glenroy, Ont.
Glenside, Sask., 75
Glen Tay, Ont.
Glenton, Que, 400
Glen Vale, Ont, 75
Glenwood, Minn.
Gloucester, Ont.
Gloucester, Mass.
Goatfell, B.C.
Goderich, Ont, 4,522
Godfrey, Ont, 100
Golden, B.C., 1,200
Gold Hill, B.C.
Coldstream, B.C.
Golf Club, Ont.
Golf Links, Que.
Gonor, Man.
Goodlands, Man., 150
Goodwin, Me.
Gordon Bay, Ont, 30
Gorrie, Ont, 600
Govan, Sask., 390
Government Rd., Ont
Gracefield, Que, 500
Grand Bay, N.B., 2(0
Grand Coulee,Sask., 82
Grand Falls,N.B., 1.539
GrandForks,B.O.,2,600
Grand June, Idaho
Grand Mere, Q., 4,783
Grand Pre, N.S., 300
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Grand River, N.B.,325
Grand Valley, Ont ,3o0
Grande Pointe, Man.
Grandes Piles, Que.,
Granite, B.C. [800
Grant June, Ont.
Granta, Alta.
Granum, Alta., 250
Grassett, Ont, 400
Grasshill, Ont, 20
Grassy Lake, Alta.,
Gravel, Ont., 50     |_500
Grayson, Sask., 150
Great Falls Mont.
Greely, B.C.
Greenfield, Mass.
Green Oaks, N.S. 40
Green River, N.B., 510
Green Road, N.B., 100
Greenslide, B.C.
Green Valley,Ont, 775
Greenville June, Me.
1,467
Greenwood, B.C..1,200
Grenfell, Sask., 709
Grenville, Que, 1,383
Gretna, Man., 579
Griffin, Sask., 150
Griffin's, Ont.
Grindrod, B.C.
Griswold, Man., 300
Grondines, Que, 1,600
Groveton,Ont, 25
Guelph, Ont., 15,153
Guelph June, Ont
Guernsey, Sask., 300
Guiou, Me.
Gull Lake, Sask., 950
Gunton, Man., 250
Gwynne, Alta.
Hagar, Ont
Haileybury, Ont., 4,300
Hainesville, N.B., 26
Halbrite, Sask., 275
Halcyon, B.C.
Haley's, Ont, 300
Halifax, N.S., 46,601
Halkirk, Alta., 100
Hallam, Sask.
Hallowell, Me.
Hamilton, Ont, 81,881
Hamiota, Man., 700
Hammond, Ont, 400
Hammond, B.C., 500
Hampton, N.B., 800
Hancock, Mich.
Handel, Sask.
Haney,B.C.,600
Hanover, Ont, 3,000
Hantsport, N.S., 700
Harbor, Man.
Harding, Man., 75
Hardisty, Alta., 550
Hargrave, Man., 75
Harrietsville, Ont.,400
Harrison M,ls,B.C. ,250
Harriston, Ont, 2,000
Harrowby, Man., 100
Harrowsmith,   Ont,
Hartford, B.C.       [300
Hartford, Conn.
Hartington, Ont., 150
Hartland, N.B., 1,000
Hartley, Ont,30
Hartney. Man.. 800
Haverhill, Mass.
Hawarden, Sask., 180
Hawkens, Ont
Hawk Lake Ont, 50
Haycroft, Ont.
Hayter, Alta.
Hayward June, B.C.
Haywood, Man.
Hazelcliffe, Sask.
Hazelridge, Man., 75
Headingly, Man.
Heatley Ave, B.C.
Hebert, Que.
Hebron, N.S.,700
Hectanooga, N.S., 160
Hector, B.C.
Helmo, Ont.
Henning, Minn.
Herbert, Sask., 725
Hermansville, Mich.
Heron Bay, Ont, 160
Herschell, Sask., hk>
Hespeler, Ont, 2,800
He ward, Sask., 200
Hewitt, N.B.
High Bluff, Man., 200
Highlands, Que. loo
High River, Alta.,
1,500
Highwater, Que., 1,000
Hillandale, N.B., 76
Hillaton, N.S.,105
Hillbank, B.C.
Hillhead, Ont
Hills, B.C.
Hillsburg. Ont., 500
Hillside, N.B., 40
Hillcrest, Alta., 6C0
Jaffray, B.C., 200
Jamestown, N.Y.
Janetville,Ont, 150
Jansen, Sask., 110
Jasper, Ont, 170
Java, Sask.
Jeannette, Ont
Jelly, Ont, 700
Jerome, B.C.
Jersey City, N.J.
Johnville,Que,100
Joliette, Que, 6,346
Jordantown, N.S., 20
Jukeson, B.C.
Julius, Man.
Juneau, Alaska
Kaiser, Sask.
Kaladar, Ont, 100
Kalmar, Ont.
Kama, Ont
[80
Kaministikwia,  Ont,|Lardo, B.C.
Lake Park, Que.
Lakeport, N.H.  [Que.
Lake Scaswaninepus,
Lake Shore Je, Ont
Lakeside, Ont, 75
Lakeside, Que.
Lake View, Me, 450
LambertLake,Me, 100
Lambton, Ont, 500
Landseer, Man.
Landscape, Sask.
Lang, Sask., 301
Langdon, Alta., 500
Langenburg, Sask.,220
Lanigan, Sask., 400
Lanoraie. Que., 700
L'Anse, Mich.
La Perade, Que.
La Plaine, Que.
Larchwood, Ont.
Hirsch, Sask.
Hitchcock, Sask., 100 j
Hobbema, Alta.
Hobon, Ont.
Hockenhall, Me.
Hodges, B.C.
Holdfast, Sask.
Holeb, Me.
Holland,Man.,550 [145
Holland Centre, Ont,
Holmfield, Man., 200
Holyoke, Mass.
Honey dale, N.B., 35
Hope, B.C., 600
Horizon, Sask.
Horndean, Man.
Hornby, Ont. 200
Horton Landing, N.S,
Hosmer, B.C., 2,019 [bO
Houghton, Mich.
Houlton, Me, 6,500
Howser, B.C.
Hoyt, N.B., 75
Hudson Heights, Que.
Hudson, Que, 2,000
Kamloops, B.C., 6,000
Kanaka, B.C.
Kananaskis, Alta.
Kandahar, Sask., 6[>
Kansas City, Mo.
Kartoum, Que
Kaslo, B.C., 900
Kavanagh, Alta.
Kazabazua, Que, 200
Keddleston, Sask.
Keefers, B.C.
Keeler, Sask., 74
Keewatin, Ont, 1,250
Keg, Ont.
Keith, Alta.
Kelfield, Sask., 100
Kelloe, Man., 40
Kelowna, B.C., 2,500
Kemnay, Man., 75
Kempton, Ont, 100
Kemptville, Ont., 1,192
IKenabutch, Ont.
Kendry, Ont.
Hinchinbrooke,Ont,25 Kenilworth,Ont, 50
Kennebunk, Me.
Kennebunk B'ch, Me.
Kennebunkport, Me.
Kennedy, Sask., 200
Kennetcook, N.S., 400
Kenora, Ont,6,500
Kent Bridge, Ont., 200
Kenton, Man., 130
Kentville,N.S., 2,304
Keoma, Alta.
Keppel, Sask.
Kerrobert, Sask.. 1,000
Keswick, N.B., 120
Ketchikan, Alaska
Ketepec, N.B., 50
Keyes, Man., 50
Khedive, Sask., 40
Kilburn, N.B.,200
Killaley, Sask.
Killam, Alta., 97
Killarney, Man., 1,200
Kimberly, B.C.
Kincorth, Sask., 50
Kingman, Me, 936
Kingsbury, Que.
Hughenden, Alta., 100 Kingsgate, B.C
Hugo, Man.
Hull, Que, 20,0C0
Humber, Ont.
Hume, Sask.
Huntingdon, B.C.
Hurd, Me.
Hurkett, Ont.
Husavick, Man.
Hussar, Alta.
Hyde Park, Ont, £00
Iberville, Que, 1,905
Iberville June, Que.
Ignace, Ont., 300
lllecillewaet, B.C.
Imbertville, N.S., 10
Imperial, Sask.
Indian Head, Sask.,
1,800
Kingsport, N.S., 500
Kingston, Ont, 18,815
Kingston, N.S., 160
Kininvie, Alta.
Kinley, Sask., 51
Kinnaird, B.C.
Kipawa, Que
Kipawa June,
Kipp, Alta., 50
Kircaldy, Alta,
Kirk, Ont.
Kirkella, Man. p
Kirk's Ferry, Que,
Kisbey, Sask., 450
Kitchener, B.C., 100
Kleinburg, Ont, 200
Klock, Ont.
Knowlton, Que., 1,000
Que.
,50
Indian River, Ont, 150 Kochs, B.C.
Ingersoll, Ont, 4.75
Ingersoll June, Ont,
Ingersoll North, Ont
Ingleside, N.B.,20
Inglewood Jc, Ont
Ingolf, Ont.,37      I
Inkerman, Ont., 300
Innerkip, Ont, 300
Innisfail, Alta., 1,110
Insinger, Sask., 50
Inverlake, Alta., 200
Ironside, Que.
Irricana, Alta., 350
Iroquois Falls, Ont.
Irvine, Alta., 400
lsbester, Ont.
Ishpeming, Mich.
Isle Cadieux, Que.
Islington, Ont, 250
Ithaca, N.Y.
Ivanhoe, Ont, 100
Ivry, Que.
Jack Fish, Ont, L'
Jackman, Me, 400
»j adek, Man
Koenig's, B.C.
Koksilah, B.C.
Komarno, Man., 100
Komoka, Ont, 250
Kootenay Ldg., B.C.
1350'Kreuzburg, Man., 60
Kronau, Sask., 150
Labarge Mill, Que.
Labarthe, B.C.
Labelle, Que., 826
La Blanche, B.C.
L'Acadie, Que, 1,000
Lac a la Tortue, Q.,350
10 LacduBonn t,Mn.,500
Lachevrotiere, Q., 200
Lachute, Que, 2,407
Lacombe, Alta., 800
Lacolle, Que.
Laconia, N.H.
Lacoste, Que.
Ladysmith, B.C., 3,500
Ladysmith, Wis.
ILaggan, Alta., 25
Lajord, Sask., 150
'Lake Annis, N.S., 15
100
La Riviere, Man., 300
Larkin, B.C.
La Salle, Man., 100
Latohford, Ont.
Lathom, Alta., 175
Lauder, Man., 200
Laurel, Ont
Laval Rapids, Que.
Lavaltrie, Que., 200
Lav ant, Ont, 25
Lawrence, Mass.
Lawrence, N.B., 75
Lawrencetown, N.S.
Lawrenceville, Que.
Leanchoil, B.C.
Leaside June, Ont, 25
Leduc, Alta., 526
L'Eglise, N.B., 40
Lebahdo, B.C.
Leighton, Man.
Leipzig, Sask.
Lemberg, Sask., 320
Lemon Creek, B.C.
Lennoxville, Q , 1,250
Lenore, Man., 150
Leonard, Ont, 20
Lepage, Que.
L'Epiphanie, Q., 1,600
Lepreaux, N.B.
Lesage, Que.
Les Gres, Que.
Leslie, Ont., 126
Leslie, Sask., 130
Lethbridge,  Alta.,
14,000
Levis, Que, 7,448
Lewiston, Me.
Liberty, Sask., 150
Lief ord, N.B., 30
Limestone, N.B., 25
Lind, Ont.
Lindsay June
Lindsay, Ont, 6,956
Lingley, N.B., 40
Lin wood Jc, Ont., 450
Lipton, Sask., 400
Lisgar, Ont.
Liskeard, Ont.
Listowel, Ont, 2,000
Little Brook, N.S., 500
Little St Martin, Que
Livingston, Ont
Lochaber, Que., 100
Lochalsh, Ont
Lockport, N.Y.
Lockwood, Sask., 101
Loco, B.C.
Locust Hill, Oi t, 1C0
London, Ont, 46,177
London (Que. St.) Ont.
Londonderry, N.S.,
Long Pond, Me. [2,000
Loon, Ont.
Loranger, Que.
Lore burn, Sask,
Lorette, Que., 1
Lougheed, Alta.
Louiseville, Que,
Lovering, Ont.
Low, Que, 100
Lowell, Mass.
Lowelltown, Me
Lower Truro, N.S.,100
Lumsden Beach,Sask.
Lumsden's Mill, Que.
Lunenburg, N.S.,2,681
Lundbreck, Alta., 400
Luseland, Sask., 200
Lydiatt, Man.
Lyleton, Man., 150
Lynch, N.B., 50
Lyndonville, Vt.
Lynn, Mass.
Lytton, B.C., 500
McAdam Je., N. B., 900
McAlpine, Ont, 60
McAuley, Man., 150
McBride Jet, B.C.
McConkey, Ont.
McGaw, Ont
McGillivray, B.C.
McGraw, Me.
McKee, Que.
McLean, Sask., 200
150
,591
500
j 75
20
McNab, Alta.
McNaught, Ont
McNeillie, B.C.      [80
McNutt's Creek, N.S.,
McRae, Ont
McTaggart, Sask., 150
McTavish, Man.
McWilliams, Ont
Maberley, Ont, 125
Mac, Ont.
Macaza, Que.
Macdonald, Man., 100
MacGregor. Man., 600
Maclnnes, B.C.
Mackamp, Me.
Mackenzie, Ont.
Mackey, Ont.
Macklin, Sask., 500
Macleod, Alta., 2,700
Macoun, Sask., 187
Madrid, Sask.        [120
Magaguadavic, N.B.,
Magog, Que., 3,999
Magrath, Alta., 1,200
Maharg, Alta.
Makepeace, Alta.
Malahat, B.C.
Malakwa, B.C.
Malonton, Man.
Manchester, N.H.
Manistique, Mich.
Manitou, Man., 700
Maniwaki, Que, 546
Maniwaki June, Que.
Manor, Sask., 350
Manotick, Ont, 500
Manson, Man.
Mansonville, Que 900
Man vers, Ont, 60
Maple   Creek,   Sask.,
1,600
Mapledale, Que. 1,788
Maple Hill, Ont, 25
Mara, B.C.
Marchand,Que
March well, Sask.
Margach, Ont.
Markdale, Ont, 1,050
Markinch, Sask., 200
Marks, Que.
Markstay, Ont, 200
Marquette, Man., 60
Marquette, Mich.
Marquis, Sask., 100
Martin, N.B., 60
Martinon, N.B., 60
Maryfield, Sask., 175
Maryland, Que, 300
Marysville, B.C., 600
Mascouche, Que, 600
Maskinonge,Q., 1,000
Massey, Ont, 700
Mather, Man., 200
Matheson, Ont
Matlock, Man.
Matsqui, B.C.
Mattawa, Ont, 1,523
Mattawamkeag, Me,
Maudslay,N.B.,40 [600
Maxwell, N.B., 20
Maynook, B.C.
Mazzeppa, Alta.
Meadows, Man.
Meadowside, Ont.
Meadowvale, Ont,300
Meath,Ont,100 [11,086
Medicine Hat, Alta.,
Medora, Man., 200
Megantic, Que, 2,:;99
Melancthon, Ont, 63
Melbourne, Man.
Melbourne, Que.
Melita, Man., 800
Mellon, Que.
Melrose, Ont.
Melville June, Ont
Memramcook, N.B.,
Meneset, Ont     [1,0(0
Menteith, Man.
Meriden, Conn.
Merrickville, Ont, 191
Merritt, B.C., l,S0o
Metagama, Ont.
Meteghan,N.S., 1,000
Methven, Man., 50
Metiskow, Alta.
Mica, Ont.
Michel, B.C., 2,200
Midale, Sask., 156
Middlechurch, Man.
Middleton, Ont, 827
Middleton, N.S., 827
Midhurst, Ont.,100
Midnapore, Alta.
Midway, B.C., 200
Milan, Que., 600
Milden, Sask., 300
Mile End, Que, 8,000
Milestone, Sask., 436
Military Camp, Ont
Milk River, Alta. 200
Millbank, Ont, 400
Millet, Alta., 170
Millicete,N.B., 40
Millville, N.B., 300
Mill Village, N.S., 160
Millwood, Man.
Milner, Man.
Milton, Ont, 1,657
Milverton, Ont,800
Miniota, Man., 300
Minneapolis, Minn.
Minnedosa, Man. ,1,700
Missanabie, Ont. ,1,200
Mission, B.C., 1,200
Missisquoie, Vt, 300
Mississippi, Ont, 100
Mississauga, Ont., 250
Moberly, B.C.
Mobert, Ont.
Moffatt, Ont.
Mohr, Que.
Molson, Man., 75
Monarch, Alta., 150
Moncklands, Ont, 400
Moncton, N.B., 11,233
Mono Road, Ont, 140
Montana, Alta.
Mont Carmel, Que.
Montebello, Que., 954
Monteith, Ont.
Montfort June, Que.
Mont Laurier, Q., 752
Montreal, Q., 562,301
Montreal Je, Q., 900
Mont Tremblant, Q.
Moorepark, Man., 200
Moore'sMills,N.B.,200
Moorlake, Ont
Moosehead, Me.
MooseJaw,S'sk. ,25,000
Moosomin, Sask. ,1,500
Morden, Man., 1,800
Moredolphton, Ont.
Morehead, Que.
Morley, Alta., 100
Morningside, Alta,
Morrill, N.B., 60
Morris, Man., 598
Morrison, N.B., 100
Morrison, Que.
Morrissey,B.C, 100
Morse, Sask., 600
Mortlach, Sask., 600
Mosherville, N.S., 110
Mountain, Ont, 100
Mountain Grove, Ont
100
Mt Denson,N.S., 120
Mount Elgin, Ont ,150
Mt Forest, Ont ,2,400
Mt. Tremblant, Que.
Mt Uniacke,N.S.,125
Mowbray, Man., 75
Mo witch, B.C.
Moyie, B.C., 500
Mozart, Sask.
Mulgrave, N.S., 750
Munro,B.C.
Murillo,Ont,85
Murray Park,JMan.
Murvale, Ont, 114
Muskoka. Ont, 50
Musquash, N.B., 200
Myrtle, Ont.,100
Mystic, Que, 350
Nackawic, N.B.,100
Nairn, Ont, 275
Naiscoot, Ont.
Nahun, B.C.
Nakusp, B.C., 500
Namaka, Alta.
Nanaimo, B.C., 8,400
Nanoose Bay, B.C.
Nantel, Que.
Nanton, Alta., 800
Napierville, Que., 1,000
Napinka, Man., 400
Naples, Man.
Naramata, B.C., 150
Naseby, Sask.
Nashua, N.H.
Nash waaksis, N. B. ,100
Natal, B.C.
Naughton, Ont.
Navan, Ont, 300
Neelby. Sask.
Neepawa, Man., 2,500
Negaunee, Mich.
Nelson, B.C., 8,000
Nemegos, Ont
Nerepis, N.B.,100
Nesbitt, Man., 160
Nestleton, Ont, 10
Nestoria, Mich.
Nestorvilie,Ont
Netley, Man.
Neudorf, Sask., 400
Neville. Sask., 300
Nevis, Alta , 125
New Bedford, Mass.
Newburg Je, N.B.,150
Newburyport, Mass.
Newdale, Man., 280
New Dayton, Alta.
New Denver, B.C., 3
New Glasgow, N.S.,
6,383
New Haven, Conn.
Newport, Vt., 3,500
to
CQ
27
 POINTS   REACHED   BY   THE   CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   ^W
Newport, N.S.
New River, N.B.
New stead, Man.
New York, N.Y.
Niagara Falls, N.Y.
Niagara Falls, Ont.,9,245
Niblock, Ont.
Nicholson, B.C.
Nicola, B.C., 150
Nicomen, B.C.
Nightingale, Alta, 30
Ninga, Man., 350
Nipigon, Ont., 400
Nisku, Alta.
Niverville, Man., 300
Nixon, N.B., 75
Noble, Alta., 60
Nokomis, Sask., 374
Nolan, Alta.
Nomining, Que, 548
Northampton, Mass.
North Appin, Ont.
North Bay, Ont, 7,715
North Bend, B.C., 200
North Berwick, Me.
North Bothwell, Ont,
1,000
North Conway. N.H.
Northcote, Ont, 50
North Escanaba, Mich.
Northfield, B.C
North   Glencoe,   Ont,
1,035
North   Newbury, Ont.,
355
North    Portal,     Sask.,
296
North Range, N.S., 175
North Stukely, Que
North Thamesville,
Out, 1,000
North Toronto, Ont.,
5,362
North Transcona, Man.
North Troy, Vt, 700 [100
Norwood, Ont., 1,000
Nosbonsing, Ont
Notch Hill, B.C., 75
Oakbank, Man., 250
Oak Bay, N.B., 200
Oak Lake, Man., 600
Oak River, Man., 200
Oakshela, Sask.
Oberon, Man., 50
O'Dell, Ont, 30
Odell River, N.B., 40
Ogden, Alta.
Ogema, Sask., 400
Ohaton, Alta., 70
Ohio, N.S., 100
Okanagan Centre, B.C.
Okanagan   Ldg.,  B.C..
300
Okanagan Mission, B.C.
Okotoks, Alta., 514
Oklen,Alta.
Old Orchard Beach, Me.
Olds, Alta., 1,200
Oldtown, Me.
Onawa, Me.
Ononette, N.B., 70
Opeongo, Ont., 40
Ops, Ont
Orangeville, Ont, 2,340
Orcadia, Sask.
Orillia, Ont, 6,835
Orton, Ont, 100
Ortonville, N.B., 75
Osage, Sask., 400
Osaquan, Ont.
Osborne, Man.
Osceola, Wis.
Osgoode, Ont., 150
Oso, Ont., 50
Ostrander Ont, 40
Ottawa, Ont, 86,340
Otter burn, Man., 304
Ottertail, B.C.
Ouimet, Ont
Outlook, Sask., 1,000
Owen Sound,Ont, 12,555
Oxbow, Sask., 900
Oxdrift  Ont., 50
Oxford, Ont, 2,920
Oxford June, N.S., 100
Page, Man.
Paget, Ont.
Painesville, Ohio.
Painsec June, N.B., 75
Pakenham, Ont, 750
Pakesley, Ont.
Palgrave, Ont, 180
Palliser, B.C., 25
Palmer, B.C.
Pambrum, Sask., 10
Pamdenec, N.B.,20
Pangman, Sask., 100.
Papineau, Que
Papineauville, Q., 1,300
Paradise, N.S.,650
Pardee, Ont.
Parham, Ont.
Parkbeg, Sask., 125
Parkdale, Ont
Parker, Que.
Parkhurs, Me.
Parkland, Alta, 150.
Parkview, Man.
Parry Sound, Ont., 4,000
Parsons, B.C.
Parsons Bridge, B.C.
Pascal, Sask.
Pashley, Alta.
Pasqua, Sask.. 50
Passmore, B.C.
Patrick, Sask.
Patterson's, N.S.,15
Paulson, B.C.
Peabody, Que.
Peachland, B.C., 300
Pearce, Alta.
Pearl, Ont.
Peel, N.B., 230
Peigan, Alta.
Pembine, Wis.
Pembroke, Ont, 5,624
Pendennis, Man.
Pendleton, Ont., 200
300
Penhold, Alta.
Pennant, Sask
Pennfield, N.B., 175
Pense, Sask., 500
Penticton, B.C., 2,400
Penzance, Sask., 126
Percival, Sask., 25
Perdue, Sask., 300
Perrys, B.C.
Perth, Ont., 3,578
Perth June, N.B., 450
Petawawa, Ont., 355
Peterboro, Ont., 19,009
Petitcodiac, N.B., 700
Pettapiece, Man.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Phippen, Sask., 50
Phoenix, B.C., 1,600
Piapot, Sask., 75
Picardie, Que.
Pickerel Landing; Ont
Pictou, N.S., 3,179
Piedmont, Que.
Pierson, Man.,350
Piles June, Que., 400
Pilot Butte, Sask., 100
Pilot Mound, Man., 800
Pincher, Alta., 150
Pine, Ont, 1,500
Pine Creek, Man.
Pinto, Sask., 100
Pipestone, Man., 200
Pitman, Sask.
Pitman Road, N.S., 20
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Pitt Meadows, B.C.
Plaisance, Que.
Plantagenet, Ont., 483
Plaster Rock, N.B., 250
Plenty, Sask., 300
Plum Coulee, Man., 450
Plunkett, Sask., 100
Plymouth, N.H.
Plympton, N.S., 500
Pocologan, N.B., 15
Pogma, Ont.
Point au Baril, Ont.
Point du Chene,   N.B.,
150
Pointe au Chene, Que.
Pointe    Claire,      Que,
1,013
Pointe du Lac, Que
Pointe Fortune,Que.,311
Ponemah, Man.
Ponoka, Alta., 700
Pont Rouge, Que, 1,900
Pontypool, Ont., 350
Poplar, B.C.
Poplar Point, Man., 50
Porcupine, B.C.
Porcupine, Ont.
Portage laPrairie, Man
7,000
Portal, N.D.
Port Alberni, B.C., 1,200
Port Arthur, Ont, 17,000
PortBurwell, Ont, 600
Portland, Me, 52,000
Portland, Ore.
Portlock, Ont.
Port McNicoll, Ont.
Port Moody, B.C., 1,000
Portneuf, Que., 2,000
Port Simpson, B.C.
Portsmouth, N.H.
Port Williams, N.S., 260
Potton Springs, Que.
Poupore, B.C.
Poupore, Que
Prefontaine, Que.
Premier, Sask,
Prentice, Wis.
Prescott, Ont, 2,801
Presque Isle, Me., 5,100
Preston Spgs., Ont, 3,883
Pnceville, Ont, 300
Primate, Sask.
Prince of Wales, N. B. 100
Princeport   Road,  N.S.
176
Prince William, N.B.
Prison Farm, Out.    [200
Pritchard, B.C.
Proctor, B.C., 200
Proton, Ont., 200
Proulx, Que.
Providence, R.I.
Provost, Alta., 340
Purple Springs, Alta.
Purves, Man., 80
Puslinch, Ont., 120
Putnam, Ont., 150
Qu'Appelle, Sask,, 1,000
Quebec, Que., 78,067
Quisibis, N.B., 15
Quyon, Que., 800
Racine, Que,200
Radium, Sask.
Radnor, Que.
Raith, Ont, 26
Raleigh, Ont
Raley, Alta.
Ralph, Sask.
Rampart, B.C., 276
Ramsay, Ont.
Rapeard, Sask.
Rapid City, Man., 900
Rathwell, Man., 250
Raymond, Alta., 1,480
Reaburn, Man.
Redlynch, Sask.
Redcliff, Alta., 1,000
Red Deer, Alta., 3,000
Red Jacket, Sask., 50
Redmill, Que.
Red Rapids, N.B.,100
Redvers, Sask., 200
Reed's Island, N.B.,20
Reford, Sask.
Regina, Sask., 42,000
Regina Beach, Sask,
Rem brant, Man.
Renfrew Jet., Ont.
Renfrew, Ont., 4,004
Rennie, Man., 50
Renown, Sask., 50
Republic, Wash.
Reston, Man., 600
Revelstoke, B.C., 3,500
Revenue, Sask.
Rhinelander, Wis,
Rhodes, Man.
Rhyl, Sask.
Richardson, Sask.
Richford, Vt, 2,8(ki
Ridout, Ont,
Rigaud, Que, 1,30'n
iRingold, Ont.
iRiordan, Man.
j Ripley's, N.B., 30
Riverdale, Man.
Roberts, Me.
Rocanville, Sask., TOO
I Roche    Percee,   Sask
IRochester, N.Y.       [16
Rockaven, Que.
Rockingham, N.S., 360
Rock Forest, Que.
Rockland, N.B., 50
Rockhaven, Sa^k, 100.
Rockhurst, Que.
Rockwood, Man.
Roderick, Ont.
Rogers Pass, B.C.
RoixRoad, N.B., 15
Rokeby, Sask., 50
Rolling Dam, N.B., 70
Rome, N.Y.
Romford June, Ont,
Rooth, N.B., 10
Rosebery, B.C., 50
Rosedale, Ont.
Rosemere, Que.
Rosenfeld, Man., 150
IRosetown, Sask., 1,000
'Rosser, Man., 200
Rossland, B.C., 3,000
iRoss Peak, B.C.
Rossport, Ont., 200.
Rosyth, Alta.
Rouleau, Sask., 1,000
Roundhill, N.S., 00
Rouses Point, N.Y,
Routledge, Man.
Rowena, N.B.,100
Roxtbn    Falls.     Que.
Ruby Creek, B.C.     LS7
Rugby, Man.
Rush Lake, Sask., 200
Ruskin, B.C., 250
Russell, Man., 750
Russell, Ont
Russell's, B.C.
Russiagornis, N.B., 75
Rutherglen, Ont., 300
Rutland, Sask., 20
Rutland, Vt.
Rutter, Ont
Ryan, B.C., 100
Ste. Adele, Que
Ste. Agathe, Que, 2
St. Alfege, Sask.
St. Andrews, N.B.,1
St. Barthelemy, Q., 800 17 Mile Post, B.C.
St. Basil, N.B., 250 Severn Falls, Ont.
St. Basil, Que, 2,000      Seward, Sask.
St.Boniface,Man., 10,000 Sewell, Man.
Ste.Brigide, Que, 500
St. Claude, Man., 250
St. (Jleophas, Que.
St. Clet, Que, 924
St. Constant, Que, 1,400 ^hawanaga, Ont
St. Cuthbert, Que., 1^300 Shaw bridge, Que
St. Edouard, Que
St. Emelie, Que, 1,201
St. Eugene, Ont, 360
St. Eustache, Que, 990
St Faustin, Que.
St. Felix, Que.
St Gabriel, Que, 2,000
St. George, N.B., 1,629
St. Guillaume, Que, 901
St. Gregoire, Que.
St. Hermas, Que.
St. Hugues, Que, 1,000
St. Hyacinthe, Q., 13,000
St. Janvier, Que.
St. Jerome, Que., 3,479
St. Joachim, Ont, 150
St. John, N.B., 43,499
St. John's, Nfid.
St. Johns, Que, 7,560
St. Johnsbury, Vt.
St. Jovite, Que.
St. Lazare,Que,500 [276
St. Leonard's Jet., N.BM
St Lin, Que, 1,200
St Lin June, Que.
St. Louis, Man.
St. Louis, Mo.
St. Malo, Que.
St. Margaret Que., 446
St,Martin Jc, Que, 9f«)
St Mary's, Ont, 3,500
St. Mary's, N.B., 900
St. Maurice, Que.
St. Narcisse, Que.
St. Paul, Minn.
St. Phillippe, Que, 1,750
St. Pie, Que., 750
St. Polycarpe Je,Q., 804}
St. Prime, Que
Shaganappi, Alta.
Shanawan, Man.
Shand, Sask.
Sharbot Lake, Ont, 450
_ 255
Shawinigan Falls.,Que.,
4,265
Shawinigan Lake, B.C.
Shawville, Que, 900
Sheffield Mills, N.S., 45
Sheho, Sask., 107
Shelburne, Ont., 1,113
Shelby, Mont
Shelley, Man.
Shepard, Alta., 158
Sherbrooke, Q., 16,405
She wan, N.B.,30
Shields, B.C.
Shoal Lake, Man., 800
Shogomoc, N.B..2U0
Shore Acres, B.C.
Shore Line J., N.B., 10
Shuswap, B.C., 150
Sicamous, B.C., 120
Sidewood, Sask.
Sidney, Man., 300
Sigas, N.B.,30
Silica, B.C.
Silton, Sask., 75
Silver Spur, Man.
Silverton, B.C., 300
Silverdale, B.C.
Simpson, Sask., 120
Sinclair, Man., 150
Sinnot, Man.
Sintaluta,Sask., 400
Sirdar, B.C , 50
Sissiboo Falls, N.S.
Skagway, Alaska
Slocan City, B.C., 189
Smelter, B.C.
Smith's   Corner, N.B.,
200
Smith's Cove, N.S., 30
Smiths Falls, Ont.,6,361
Ste. Rosalie, Que.
Ste. Rosalie June, Que. Snake Creek, Que
Ste. Rose, Que , l,86,s    ;Snake River, Ont.
St. Sabine, Que. Sneddon, Ont.
Ste.Scholastique, Q, 757!Snelgrove, Ont, 125.
St. Simon, Que, 550       Snowhomish, Wash.
St. Stephen, N.B., 2,830 iSnowflake, Man., 100
St. Telesphore, Que        Snow Rood, Ont., 100
Ste. Therese, Que, 2,12<
St. Thomas, Que.
St. Thomas, Ont, 14,050
St. Vincent de Paul, Q
Sabourin, Ont.       [1,498
Sack ville, N.B., 1,380
tSaco, Me.
Saginaw, Mich.
Sagwa, N.B., 40
Sahtlam, B.C.
Salamanca, N.B.,30
Saldo, Man.
Salem, Mass.
Salford, Ont., 100
Salisbury, N.B,, 400
Salmon Arm, B.C., 800
Saltair, B.C.
Saltcoats, Sask., 000
Salvador, Sask. 125
Sandon, B.C., 500
Sandpoint, Idaho
Sand Point, Ont., 800
Sandstone, Alta., 225
Sandy Hook, Man.
San Francisco, Cal.
Sapperton, B.C.
100
Solsgirth, Man
Somenos, B.C.
Somerset June, Me.
Souris, Man., 2,300
South Bay, N.B., 500
South Bolton, Que.
South Branch, N.B., 180
Southampton      J une,
N.B.
Southesk, Alta.
Southey, Sask., 157
So. Lawrence, Mass.
So. Maitland, N.S.,150
South Porcupine, O.
South Roxton, Q., 1,000
South Slocan, B.C.
South Stukely, Q., 250
South Uniacke, N.S., 50
So. Wellington, B.C.
Sovereign, Sask., l()0
Spanish, Ont., 200
iSparwood, B.C.
ISpatsum, B.C.
iSpencerville, Ont.
ISpenee's Bridge,   B.C.
1      100
Spier, Ont
Stirling, Alta., 500
Stittville, Ont., 200
Stobart, Alta.
Stockholm, Sask., 150
Stockton, Man., 150
Stonecliffe, Ont.
Stoneridge, N.B., 60
Stonewall, Man, 1,400
Stony Mountain, Man
Stormont, B.C. [450
Story, Ont.
Stoughton, Sask., 400
Stratfordville, Ont, 300
Stralak, Ont.
Stranraer, Sask., 50
•Strassburg, Sask., 850
Strathclair, Man., 300
Strathcona, Alta.
Strathmore, Alta., 1.531
Strathmore, Que., 125
Streetsville, Ont, 700
Streetsville Jc, Ont., 500
Strome, Alta., 350
Strongfield, Sask., 75
Sturgeon F., Ont, 2,300
Success, Sask.
Sudbury, Ont, 4,140
Suffield, Alta.
Sugar Brook, N.B., 20
Sugar Island, N.B., 40
Sullivan, B.C.
Sully, Que.
Sulphide, Ont.,100
SumasCity, Wash., 1,200
Summerberry, Sask., 150
Summerland, B.C.. 2 000
250
Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
Saskatoon, Sask., 25,000 Spillimachene, B.C,
Saugeen June, Ont      ,Spokane, Wash.
Saulnierville, N.S., 610   Spragge, Ont, 400
S.S. Marie, Ont, 10,170   Spring Coulee, Alta.
S.S. Marie, Mich., 12,Ooo Springfield, Mass.
Ste Annes, Que , 1,500
Savanne, Ont., 180
Savona, B.C., 500
Saxon, Wis.
Scar boro Beach, Me.
Scaswan, Que,600
Schreiber, Ont., 600
Schwitzer, Man.
Scotch Village, N.S.,160
Scotstown, Que., 9^
Scott, N.B, 40
Scovil, Ont.
Scranton, Pa.
Scugog, Ont.. 50
Seattle, Wash.
Seaview, N.S., 185
Seboois, Me., 90
Secretan, Sask.
Sedgewick, Alta.,
Sedley, Sask., 221
Sedro Woolley, Wash
Selkirk, Man., 2,99o
020iSenlac, Sask., loo
!Sentinel, B.C.
800Serpent, Ont
X
PrineeRupert,BC, 4,184 Sc. Augustin, Que.
28
Seven
200
Persons,
Spring Hill, Que, 200
Spring Hill, N.B., 100
Spring Hill Jc, N.S.
ISpringside, Sask., 150
Springstein, Man., 150
I Spruce Lake, N.B.
Spuzzum, B.C., 50
Squilax, B.C.
Stafford, Ont, 1,174
Stalwart, Sask. 50
Stanbridge, Que, 768
Standard, Alta., 75
Stanley, N.S., 40
Star buck, Man., 500
Stardale, Ont., 100
Stark's Crossing, B.C.
Stavely, Alta,, 30
Staynerville, Que., 936
Steelton, Ont.
Stelcam, Sask.
Stettler, Alta., 2.000
IStevens' Mill, Me.
I'Stevens' Mills, Vt.
iStickney. N.B.,100
Alta.Jstill, Ont.
Stinson,Ont.
.300
Summerside,P.E.I. 2,780
Summerville, Ont., 100
Summit Lake, B.C.
Sunnyside, Ont.
Sunnywold, B.C.
Superior, Wis.
Suspension B'ge, N.Y.
Sussex, N.B., 2,200.
Sutherland, Sask., 1,500
Sutton, Que., 1,100
Swan, Ont
Swanson, Ont.
Swastika, Alta.
Swastika, Ont.
Sweets burg, Que., 305
Sweet Grass, Mont.
SwiftCurrent,Sask.,4,500
Swinburne, Sask., 10
Sydney, N.S., 17,714
Syracuse, N.Y.
Taber, Alta, 2,500
Tache, Ont, 10
Tacoma, Wash.
Taft, B.C.
Tafton, Ont.
Taghum, B.C.
Talbot, Ont.
Tantallon, Sask.  200
Tappen, B.C.
Tarratine, Me.
Tarrys, B.C.
Tatagwa, Sask.
Taunton, Mass.
Tay, Ont.
Teed's Mill, N.B., 40
Tees, Alta., 100
Teeswater, Ont., 936
Telford, Man.      *
Teinagami, Out
Tenaga, Que.*
Terrebonne, Que., 2,600
Teulon, Man., 300
Thackeray, Sask.
Thamesford, Ont, 650
The Gap, Alta.
Theodore, Sask., 300
Theriault, N.B., 75
Thessalon, Ont., 1,945
Thief River Falls, Minn.
Thistle, Ont
Thompson, B.C.
Thornhill, Man., 300
Three Brooks. N.B., 150
Three Forks, B.C.
Three Rivers, Q., 14,441
Three Tree Creek, N.B.
Three Valley, B.C., 200
Thrums, B.C.
Thurso, Que, 601
Tiffin, Ont.
Tiger, B.C.
Tilbury, Ont., 1,600
Tilley, Alta.
Tillsonburg, Ont., 2,450
Tilston, Man., 70
Timiskaming, Q., 150
Tinker, N.B.,30.
Titusville. Pa.
Tobique Narrows, N.B.
Tochty, B.C.
Toketic, B.C.
Tomah, Me.
Tompkins, Sask., 200*
Toronto   (Union   Stn.),
Ont., 475,296
Tottenham, Ont. 800
Tourvilles, Que.
Town Hall, Que.
Tracey, N.B.
Trail, B.C., 2,000
Tralee, Ont, 40
Tramping Lake, Sask,
Tranquille, B.C.
Travor Road, Que.
Traynor, Sask., 75
Treesbank, Man.
Tregarva, Sask. 50
Treherne, Man., 800
Trenholme, Que,
Trossachs, Sask., 50
Trout Lake, Mich.
Trout Lake C, B.C
Troy, N.Y.
Trudeau, Ont.
Truro, N.S., 7,000
Tudor, Alta.
Tuffnell, Sask.,50
Tugaske, Sask., 400
Tunnel, B.C.
Tupperville, N.S., 160
Turbine, Ont.
Turner, Alta.
Tuxford, Sask., 125
Tweed, Ont.  1,500
Twenty Five Mile Post,
Twin Butte, B.C.   [B.C.
iTyee, B.C.
Tyndall,Man.,600
Tyvan, Sask., 300
Uhthoff, Ont
Union Ave, B.C.
Uniondale, Ont.
Upper Bonnington, B.C.
UpperClements,N.S. 150
Upper Kent, N.B.,100
Watt June, N.B., 30
Wattsburg, B.C.
Wauchope, Sask., 175
Waweig, KB., 100
Wawota, Sask., 400
Wayland, Ont.
Webb, Sask., 100
Webb wood, Ont, 657
Weissenburg, Ont.
Welland, Ont., 5,311
Welling, Alta.
Wellington, B.C.
Wells, Alta.
Wells River, Vt.
Wellwood, Man., 75
Welsford, N.B.,175
Welsh, Ont.
Welwyn, Sask., 139
Westbank, B.C.
West bourne, Man., 350
West Brome, Que, 200
Westfield Beach, N.B.,
150
Westfort, Ont., 4,000
Westholme, B.C.
Westley, B.C.
West Macleod, Alta.
Westminster,B.C ,1 ,000
Westminster Jc,B.C.500
West mount, Que., 17,500
West Monkton, Ont.
West Montrose, Ont.
Weston, Ont., 1,900
West Robson, B.C.
West   St  John,   N.B.,
7,000
UpperKeswick,N.B..150 West Shefford.Que , 363
N.B.,
3.1
, 400
Upper W'dstock,
200
Upsala, Ont.
Uptergrove, Ont., 100
Utica, N.Y.
Utopia, JN.B., 35
Utopia, Ont., 40
Valcourt, Que.
Valeport, Sask.
Val Morin, Que.
Valois, Que, 400
Vance, Sask.
Vanceboro, Me., 750
Vancouver, B.C., 140,000
Vanguard, Sask., 800
Vankleek; Ont, 1,700
Varcoe, Man.
Vaucluse, Que.
Vaudreuil, Que, 350
Veldt, Alta.
Venosta, Que, 300
Veralum, Sask.
Vermilion Bay, Ont.,
Verner, Ont, 2,000
Vernon, B.C., 3,000
Verona, Ont.
Versailles, Que, 300
Verwood, Sask.
Viceroy, Sask., 300
Victoria, B.C., 60,000
Victoria, N.B., 250
Victoria Mine, Ont
Victoria Park, Man.
Vienna, Ont., 332
Vinton, Que
Virden,Man., 2,000
Virden, Mont.
Viscount, Sask., 280
Vulcan, Alta., 600
Waasis, N.B., 100
Wabigoon, Ont, 150
Wade, B.C.
Wakami, Ont
Wakefield, Que, 700
Waldeck, Sask., 600
Waldemar, Ont.. 200
Waldhof Spur, Ont
Waldo, B.C.
Waleach, B.C.
Waif ord, Ont., 250
Walhachin,B.C.,250
Walkerton,Ont, 3,500
Walkerville Jc. Ont.,100
Wallenstein, Ont., 40
Walpole, Sask. 50
Walsh, Alta.. 300
Waltham, Que.
Walton, N.B., 60
Walton, Ont., 125
Wanapitei, Ont., 400
Wanklyn,B.C.
Wanup, Ont
Wapella, Sask., 450
Wapske,N.B.,45
Warden, Que, 250
Wardner, B.C., 600
Warlield, B.C.
Warner, Aha., 400
Warren, Ont, £00
Washington, D.C.
Waskada, Man., 450
Waterbury, Conn.
Waterdown, South.
Water down, North.
Waterford, Ont., 1,083
Waterloo, Que., 2,000
Waterville, Me, 11 408
Waterville, N.S., 506
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West Toronto, Ont 12,500
Wetaskiwin, Alta., 3,500
Weyburn, Sask., 4,000
Weymouth, N.S.
Wexford, Ont.
Wheatland, Man., 50
White Fish, Ont.
Whitemouth, Man., 400
White River, Ont.
White River J une, Vt.
Whitewater, Man, loo
White wood, Sask., LOO
Whitla, Alta.
Whitman, B.C.
Whittier, Man.
Whonnock, B.C.
Whytewold, Man.
Wickham, Que., 500
Wigwam, B.C.
Wilcox, Sask., 350
Wilkes Barre, Pa.
Wilkie Sask., 1,556
Willard, Man.
Willow, Sask.
Wilmot, N.S., 200
Wilson, Alta.
Wilson. B.C.
Winchester, Ont., 1,500
Windsor, Ont, 17,819
Windsor June, N.S., 125
Windsor Mills, Q., 2, i 20
Windsor, N.S., 3,452
Windthorst, Sask., 245
Windy gates, Man.
Wingham, Ont., 2,500
Winkler, Man., 600
Winlaw, B.C., 100
Winnifred, Alta., 200
Winnipeg, Man., 200,000
Winnipeg Beach, Man.,
Wolfe, Sask., 300      [250
Wolfville, N.S., 2,000
Wolseley, Sask., 1.200
Wolverton, Ont., k^25
Woman River, Ont.
Wood Bay, Man.
Woodbridge, Ont., 800
Woodhouse, Alta.
Woodside, iMan.
Woodstock, Ont., 9,321
Woodstock, N.B , 3 856
Woodstock Road, N.B.,
Woodsville, N.H.     [100
Woonsocket, R.I.
Worcester, Mass.
Worthington, Ont.
Wrangell, B.C.
Wroxeter, Ont., 500
Wycliffe, B.C., 300
Wylie, Ont.
Wyman, Que., 275
Wymark, Sask.
Wynndel, B.C.
Wynyard, Sask., 700
Wytopitlock, Me., 400
Yahk,B.C. 100
Yale, B.C., 75
Yamachiche, Que, 965
Yarmouth, N.S., 6,600
Yellow Grass, Sask., 500
Yeoman, Sask., 50
Yorkton, Sask., 4,550
Young, Sask.
Voungstown, Ohio., 200
j Yule, Ont., 1855
iZangwill, Sask.
jZealand, N.B.,250
iZenith, Sask.
BRITISH RAILWAYS CONNECTING
LONDON
ORTH   WESTER
RAILWAY
THE   PREMIER  RAILROAD  OF  ENGLAND
Route of the Special Trains
between Liverpool (Riverside) and London (Euston), connecting with
Trans-Atlantic Steamers from Canada and the United States.
Tourist and Commercial Route.
Shakesp are's   Country,   Washington's   Ancestral   Home,   North   Wales   and   Snowdon
District,   English   Lake   District,   Scotch   Lakes   and   Highlands,   Irish   Lakes,   Principal
Commercial Cities in Great Britain and Ireland.
Royal Mail Route—ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, IRELAND.
Hotels under Management of the Company at LIVERPOOL
LONDON, BIRMING-HAM, GLASGOW, EDINBURGH, DUBLIN, ete.
Freight collected and conveyed to all parts of the British Isles.
Tickets, Folders,   Illustrated Guides,   Passenger and Freight  Rates, and all
information  from S. J. SHARP, Agent,  No.   19,  Adelaide   St. E., Toronto,  Ont.
A. G. 'WAND,  General Agent, 287, Fifth Ave., New York.
FRANK J&EE, General Manager,  Euston Station,  LONDON,   Eng.
GREAT   CENTRAL    RAILWAY   OF   ENGLAND
THROUGH  THE  OLD  COUNTRY  BY   A  NEW  ROUTE.
Through Express Service of Trains from Liverpool (Centralj to Manchester,  Sheffield,
Hull and Grimsby for the Continent and Scandinavia.
Through Expresses from  Liverpool via  Lincoln  and  March  for Cromer, Lowestoft and
Yarmouth;   and to Liverpool Street  via  the Cathedral  route;   and  to   Harwich  for the
Continent.
Through Restaurant Car Service from Bradford and Huddersfield to London   (Maryle-
bone) via Nottingham, Leicester and Rugby.
Through  Restaurant   Car Service  from Newcastle, York, and North  East Coast via
Oxford and Winchester to Southampton and Bournemouth ; also to Cheltenham, Gloucester,
Newport, Cardiff and Barry via Banbury.
The Direct Route from London (Marylebone) to Stratford-on-Avon.
Amongst the many Places of Interest reached per Great Central Railway are the follow
ing:—Wm. Penn's Burial Place, Washington's Ancestral Home, John Wesley's Birthplace,
Milton's Cottage, Oxford University, The Derbyshire Peak District, Shakespeare's Country, Lord Byron's Birthplace, Wyeliffe's Church, John Hampden's House, The " Dukeries,"
44 Robin Hood's Haunts."
The Great Central Company have most extencive through facilities with all Companies
in Great Britain and Ireland for Freight Business.
T. H. UNDERWOOD, Traffic Manager. (Over Sea),
6, India Buildings, Fenwiek Street, Liverpool, SAM FAY,
and 214, Marylebone Road, London, N.W. General Manager.
MIDLAND    RAILWAY   OF   ENGLAND
W. GUY GRANET, General Manager.
Tne Fmebt
System of
Railway Hotels
in Europe.
Best
Restaurant
Service.
Beautiful
Scenery.
Pas'ger  Agents,
Thos. Cook ty Son,
245 Broadway,N. Y.,
and at Boston, Chicago, 111. Express
Agents,   Thos.
Meadows 8f Co.,
17   State   St.,   #   9
Beaver St., N.Y.
Serves the Principal Towns and Cities in Great
Britain by fast Restaurant Expresses, and
North of Ireland by the Co.'s own Steamers
(equipped with Wireless Apparatus). Gives
access to some of the best English Scenery.
The "Peak District" (the Derbyshire Highlands) with its quaint villages and byways of English Country life, the heart of
mediaeval England, the land of John Bunyan
and William Cowper are on the main line
between Liverpool and London.
The Yorkshire Wolds and the Cumberland and Westmorland Fells are seen to advantage from the Midland Scotch Expresses
which alone give direct access by rail to the
homes and haunts of Sir Walter Scott and
Robert Burns.
MIDLAND
HOTELS:
London
Liverpool
Manchester
Bradford
Leeds
Derby
Morecambe
Heysham
Belfast
Portrush
Telegrams:
"Midotel"
When in ENGLAND
Travel by MIDLAND foi* Choice
GREAT   WESTERN   RAILWAY   OF   ENGLAND
THE   CATHEDRAL   LINE
THE LONGEST  RAILROAD  AND BEST RUNNING TRACK IN ENGLAND
Liberal Stop-Over Privileges,  Automobile Services, Breakfast,
Luncheon, Dining and Sleeping Cars.
SPECIAL EXPRESS TRAINS-FISHGUARD TO LONDON.
Plymouth to London. Bristol to London.
Passengers landing at Liverpool have the choice of Five routes to London and by each
route travel via Chester where a break of journey is permitted.   The Great Western'is the
only line from Liverpool to London passing through Wales.
Baggage Checked through to destination from Liverpool, Plymouth   Fish-
guard and Bristol. J '
„ Illustrated Pamphlets and full information can be obtained in Toronto from Mr R
H. LgA, General Agent for Canada, 35 Adelaide Street, East;   in New York from
5Jr* ™'/F£T?£?-Y> general Agent for the United States, 501 Fifth Ave.; and
m mn^C«nft   ?mef BldgA' Broadway and 42nd Street; or from Messrs.
T. COOK & SON, 245 Broadway, 264 and 553 Fifth Ave., 649 Maclison Ave.
FRANK POTTER, General Manager.
EAST ROUTE
tThe Great Northern, North Eastern and North British Railways)
Between LONDON (King's Cross) and EDINBURGH, PERTH,
DUNDEE, ABERDEEN, OBAN and THE HIGHLANDS,
Via THE CATHEDRAL CITIES OF PETERBOROUGH, YORK and DURHAM
IS THE SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND MOST POPULAR.
The route of the famous train, "THE FLYING SCOTSMAN," along the tracks of
~ , v   .    T   . THE GREAT NORTH ROAD.
meaktast,  Luncheon, and Dining Cars.   Corridor, Lavatory Carriages.    Sleeping  Carriages
with separate berths.
UNEQUALLED ROUND TRIP AND STOP-OVER PRIVILEGES.
Tvr«Tl^ketA aili !l\U-information can be   obtained from the  Official Agents of the Route
^ork    toWiS?*4SSv™TIM£S"   Building,   Broadw y   and   42nd   Street,   New
?nd l4 ^SLKNATI2FAL SLEEPING CAR CO., 281, Fifth Avenue, New York.
and 17 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. xut^#
Passengers between ENGLAND and SCOTLAND should ask for tickets
"VIA  EAST COAST  ROUTE."
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 with CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
LONDON
LONDON, BRIGHTON & S. COAST RA1LY.
OF ENGLAND AND STATE RAILWAYS OF FRANCE
For Paris and all parts of Prance, Switzerland,
Italy, etc., travel
VIA NEWHAVEN   AND  DIEPPE,
The Popular and Charming Highway between London
and Paris
TWO   EXPRESS   SERVICES   DAILY
24 to 25 knot Turbine Steamers crossing channel
in 2'j hours.
The   shortest, most  economical   and  most  picturesque
route, offering the opportunity of visiting, en route, Brighton,
Lewes   (junction   for   Eastbourne   and   Hastings),    Dieppe
and Rouen, with  a charming  journey  through Normandy.
Particulars of Continental Traffic Manager,
Brighton Railway, Victoria, London, England.
LONDON AND PARIS
IN   LESS
THAN   7   HOURS.
SIX
SERVICES
DAILY,
QUICKEST
ROUTES.
PULLMAN
CO.'S
CARS.
TURBINE
STEAMERS.
CHANNEL PASSAGE—Dover-Calais, 60minut3s; Folkestone-Boulogne,75minutes.
For further information apply —CONTINENTAL TRAFFIC MANAGER, South
Eastern & Chatham Railway, London Bridge Station, London, S.E.
Great Eastern Railway of England.
THE  CATHEDRAL   ROUTE OF GREAT BRITAIN.
Famous for its Historical and Antiquarian Features.
BRITISH  ROYAL MAIL ROUTE.
The Continent of Europe via Harwich-Hook of Holland & via Harwich-Antwerp.
H. J. KETCHAM, General Agent, ^j^^MST"
Telephone: Barclay 5029. Cable Address : Chelmsford, New York
Glasgow & South Western Railway.
The Land of Burns The Clyde Watering Places.
The Company's Train arrangements provide direct and expeditious communication with London, Birmingham, Bath, Bristol, Sheffield, Leeds,
Bradford, Manchester, Liverpool, and other Chief Towns in England ; and
with Glasgow, Paisley, Greenock, Kilmarnock, Ayr, Dumfries, Stranraer,
&c, in Scotland. Passengers between Scotland and England by this the most
picturesque route pass through the heart of the Burns Country.
The Company's own Fleet of Steamers give direct services to and from Clyde
Watering Places via Greenock (Princes Pier), Ardrossan, Fairlie, Largs, Troon,
and Ayr. Illustrated Guides, &c, can be obtained from the Superintendent of the
Line, St. Enoch Station, Glasgow. DAVID COOPER, General Manager.
NORTH    BRITISH    RAILWAY
For Scotland's Castles, Abbeys, and Palaces.
The Premier Tourist Route and Key to Scotland's Beauties.
MATCHLESS   SCENIC   and   HISTORIC  ASSOCIATIONS.
Western Highlands, Lochs Lomond and Katrine, Trossachs, Fort William, Ben
Nevis, &c.; Prince Charlie's and Rob Roy's Country.
Stirling Castle, Dunfermline Abbey, &c.; Wallace and Bruce's Country.
Edinburgh, Melrose, and Dryburgh Abbeys,Abbotsford House,&c, the Land of Scott.
Unrivalled Tours by Rail, Coach, and Steamer.
Hotels at Edinburgh (Waverley Station); Glasgow (Queen Street Station).
Tickets, Descriptive Guides, Tourist Programmes, &c, can be had from:
THOS. COOK & SONS, 65, Yonge Street, Toronto; 530, St. Catherine
Street, Montreal; 245, Broadway, New York; and J. P. McCANN,
1328, Broadway, New York.	
There is no better way to the Picturesque and Romantic Highlands of
Scotland, the ever charming Clyde i oast Resorts of the Lowlands, and
the other Delightful Districts of " Bonnie Scotland " than
"THE   TRUE   LINE
THE   CALEDONIAN
OF  WAY/1
RAILWAY.
Illustrated Guide and   Programme   of   truly   comfortable,   convenient   and
economical touring, mailed free on application to the Caledonian Railway Agents.
A. G. WAND, 287, Fifth Avenue, New York.
S. J. SHARPE, 19, Adelaide Street, E., Toronto.
LANCASHIRE    AND YORKSHIRE   RAILWAY
Through communication between EAST and WEST OF ENGLAND.
Frequent train service from LIVERPOOL (Exchange Street).
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EUROPEAN RAILWAYS connecting
TO   HOLLAND
BY  THE
ROYAL FLUSHING MAIL ROUTE
(Night Service via FOLKESTONE,
Day Service via QUEENBORO')
AND  THE
Netherland State Railway Route.
This route is the best and shortest one to reach all interesting
parts of Holland, and the most convenient one between England and
Northern and Central Europe and Switzerland.
For further particulars apply to—
Mr. C. Barker, General Agent,  Fifth Avenue, 334  the Cambridge
Building, New York.
London Agents, Mr. Gt.H.Ravelli,33 Cockspur St.,Trafalgar Sq.,S.W.
Mr. H. S. Alter, Electra House, Fiilsbury Pavement, Mo ,rgate, E.C.
To HOLLAND & GERMANY
via
HARWICH & HOOK OF HOLLAND.
For full Information and Booklets apply to:—
H. J.  KETCHAM, 261, Broadway, NEW YORK,
The   GREAT   EASTERN   RAILWAY   CO.'S   West
End Office,   12A, Regent Street   (near Piccadilly
Circus), LONDON,
Or  to  the   HOLLAND   RAILWAY   COMPANY   at
AMSTERDAM.
NORTHERN OF FRANCE «»
SOUTH-EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAYS.
PARIS to LONDON
IN 6| HOURS.
Via CALAIS-DOVER or BOULOGNE-FOLKESTONE.
Sea Passage 60 to 80 minutes.
The Quickest and most Comfortable Route.
Departure from the Gare du Nord via Calais and Boulogne.
For information apply to the
GARE DU NORD, or 14, BUE DU 4 SEPTEMBRE. PARIS.
BELGIAN    STATE    RAILWAYS
AND  MAIL  PACKET SERVICE.
ROYAL   MAIL   ROUTE   TO   THE
CONTINENT via DOVER OSTEND
THREE   SERVICES   DAILY.
3 Hours' Sea Passage.     Magnificent Turbine Steamers.
The best Route to Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, &c«
Through Carriages from Ostend to the principal Continental Cities.
The Cheapest Railway Fares in the World.   5 and 15 Days Season Tickets and
Excursion Tickets.
For further information, handbills, etc, end for Tickets dated in advance to
suit convenience of passengers, apply—
BELGIAN STATE RAILWAYS & MAIL PACKET BOOKING OFFICES.
_.^.    .  0%mm. C53, GRACECHURCH  STREET.  E.C.
T.cket Off.ces:  \y% REGENT STREET, W.
Also, for information, handbills, etc., only—
Belgian State Railways Offices, 47, Cannon St., London, E.C.
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with CANADIAN PAGIFIC RAILWAY
IMPERIAL  ROYAL
AUSTRIAN STATE RAILWAYS.
VISIT THE AUSTRIAN EMPIRE
which comprises the most diversified scenery of any European country. Here one
is held spell-bound by incomparable Alpine scenery, the wondrous and unique
Dolomite region, now traversed by a magnificently constructed mountain road
extending 90 miles, on which halts may be made in villages of supreme beauty, and
onwards to the Salzkammergut and Styrian districts, with their fantastic mountain
peaks, the summits of which are reflected in idyllic lakes. The journey may now
be continued through an ever-changing landscape to the historic and romantic
Danube, on the banks of which Europe's most highly favoured capital, Vienna, is
situated. Travelling northwards visits may be made to the world-famous Bohemian
watering places, i.e., Carlsbad, Marienbad, Franzensbad, Teplitz Schonau, &c.
Finally the sub-tropical coast of Dalmatia on the Adriatic appeals to the lover of the
picturesque past, with its ancient ruins, luxurious vegetation, and peasants' brilliant
costumes and quaint customs.
There is no dearth of first-class hotels and comfortable inns in towns and villages
ou the mountains. Excellent train connections, principally by means of the well-
equipped carriages of the Austrian State Railways, convey tourists to their desired
goals.
During the summer months the Canadian Pacific Railway runs Observation
Cars in connection with fast express trains on the most picturesque sections of the
Austrian State Railways.
WRITE OR   CALL  FOR   PARTICULARS—
AUSTRIAN   STATE    RAILWAYS,
Canadian Pacific Bldg., 62-65, Charing Cross, London, S.W.
OR ALL THE  LEADING TOURIST AGENTS.
TRANSSIBERIAN   ROUTE
EUROPE—THE FAR EAST.    EXPRESS TRAIN SERVICE.
Best equipped trains composed solely of  Sleeping Cars
(and a Dining Car).
Twice  a  week  between  Moscow  and  Vladivostock
(via Samara-Tcheliabinsck). One of the trains running on this
route is owned and worked by the Russian State Railways, the
other by the International Sleeping Car Company.
Once a week between St. Petersburg & Vladivostock
{via Perm-Tcheliabinsek). Russian State Railways Express train.
The Transsiberian Express trains are in connection with
The   Regular Mail  Service  between Vladivostock—
Japan and South China,
Round the World Tickets are now issued in connection with the
Transsiberian Route and the Canadian Pacific Railway.
Fop further particulars apply any Canadian Pacific Railway Agent.
SWITZERLAND
To ascertain how to intelligently tour at any time of the year
this Land of Scenic Beauty, avail yourself of the services of the
OFFICIAL AGENCIES OF THE
SWISS    FEDERAL   RAILWAYS
NEW YORK—241, Fifth Avenue.
LONDON—11b, Regent Street, near Piccadilly Circus.
At the latter Office you can obtain Through Tickets to Switzerland
by all routes;   15-day,. 30-day,  and 45-day   Season  Tickets,
available for unlimited travel over all the principal Swiss Railways and Lakes ; Circular Tickets at reduced rates (subject
to short notice).
Passengers also Booked to all parts of
ITALY via SWITZERLAND
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 (
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
ROYAL   MAIL   STEAMSHIP   LINES
PACIFIC SERVICE
(Subject to change and individual postponement)
The new Royal Mail Steamships "impress oi Asia" and "Empress of
Russia," gross register 16,850 tuns, displacement loaded 30,625 gross tons,
speed 21 knots, turbine engines, are the finest and fastest ships on
the Pacific
INTENDED  SAILINGS-WESTBOUND
NAME OF
STEAMSHIP.
Vancouver
1913
MONTEAGLE  ! Oct.   1
EMPRESS OF RUSSIA  I Oct.   8
EMPRESS OF INDIA    Oct. 22
EMPRESS OF ASIA    Nov.   5
EMPRESS OF JAPAN  j Nov. 19
EMPRESS OF RUSSIA I Dec.   3
MONTEAGLE ! Dec. 11
EMPRESS OF INDIA     i Dec. 18
i     1914
EMPRESS OF ASIA | Jan.    1
Yokohama
Arr.
1913
Oct. 17
Oct. 19
Nov. 5
Nov. 16
Dec. 3
Dec. 14
Dec. 27
1914
Jan.   1
Jan. 12
Arr.
1913
Oct, 20
Oct. 20
Nov. 6
Nov. 17
Dec. 4
Dec. 15
Dec. 30
1914
Jan.   2
Jan. 13
Nagasaki
Arr.
1913
Oct. 22
Nov. 8
Nov. 19
Dec. 6
Dec 17
1914
Jan.   4
Jan. 15
Moji
~Arr.~
1913
Oct. 22
1914
Jan. 1
Shanghai
Hong
(Woosung)
Kong
A IT.
Arr.
1913
1913
Oct,     25
Oct.   28
Oct.     24
Oct.   27
Nov.    10
Nov. 13
Nov.    21
Nov. 24
Dec.      8
Dec. 11
Dec.    19
Dec. 2')
1914
1914
Jan.      4
Jan.   7
Jan.      6
Jan.   9
Jan.    17
Jan. 20
And regularly thereafter.
The " Empresses" call at Victoria after leaving Vancouver. Passengers for the
" Monteagle" should embark at Vancouver.
As a measure of precaution, passengers should arrange to arrive in Vancouver the
day previous to the scheduled date of sailing.
Steamers sail frequently from Hong Kong to Manila, Philippine Islands, and
passengers by this line transfer at Hong Kong to Manila steamers.
INTENDED SAILINGS-EASTBOUND
NAME OF
STEAMSHIP
Hong
Kong
Shanghai
(Woosung)
Dep.
Moji
Dep.
1913
Nov.'i'i
...
Nagasaki
rr ,      |  Yoko-
Kobe   !   hama
Van-
couver
Dep.
Dep.
Dep.    i    Dep.
Arr.
EMPRESS OF ASIA	
EMPRESS OF JAPAN  	
EMPRESS OF RUSSIA	
MONTEAGLE ..
EMPRESS OF INDIA ...
EMPRESS OF ASIA......
EMPRESS OF JAPAN  ...
EMPRESS OF RUSSIA	
1913
Oct.    8
Oct. 22
Nov.   5
Nov.   6
Nov. 20
Dec.   4
Dec. 18
11914,
Jan.   1
1913
Oct.     11
Oct.     25
Nov.     8
Nov.    10
Nov.    23
Dec.      7
Dec.    21
1914
Jan.      4
1913
Oct. 13
Oct. 27
Nov. 10
Nov.' 25
Dec.   9
Dec. 23
1914
Jan.   6
1913 1913
Oct.  14   Oct.  10
Oct.  28   Oct.  31
Nov. 11   Nov. 13
Nov. 14   Nov. 17
Nov. 26   Nov. 29
Dec. 10   Dec. 12
Dec. 24 ' Dec. 27
1914 1914
Jan.   7 ! Jan.   9
1913
Oct. 25
Nov. 12
Nov. 22
Dec.   1
Dec. 11
Dec. 21
1914
Jan.   8
Jan  18
And regularly thereafter.
* The usual stay at intermediate ports is: Yokohama, 24 hours; Kobe, 12 hours;
Nagasaki, 10 hours ; Shanghai, 12 to 24 hours according to tide. These periods may be
reduced or increased according to circumstances; passengers should ascertain from
Company's Agents at those ports the exact hours of departure.
CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN   S.S. LINE
(Subject to change and individual postponement).
INTENDED SAILINGS-SOUTHBOUND
NAME OF
STEAMSHIP.
Vancouver
Honolulu, H.I.
Suva,
Fiji
Auckland,
N.Z.
Sydney,
N.S.W.
#
Dep.
Dep.
Dep.
Arr.
MARAMA 	
MAKURA 	
NIAGARA	
MARAMA	
1913
Oct.     1
Oct.  29
Nov. 26
Dec. 24
1913
Oct.     8
Nov.   5
Dec.   3
Dec. 31
1913-14
Oct.   17
Nov. 14
Dec. 12
Jan.    9
1913-14
Oct.   21
Nov. 18
Dec. 16
Jan.  13
1913-14
Oct.   25
Nov. 22
Dec. 20
Jan. 17
And about every four weeks thereafter.
* Steamers leave Vancouver 12 noon, and will call at Victoria to embark passengers.
As a measure of precaution, passengers should arrange to arrive in Vancouver the
day previous to.the scheduled date of sailing.
INTENDED SAILINGS-NORTHBOUND
NAME  OF
STEAMSHIP
Sydney,
N.S.W.
Auckland,
N.Z
Suva,
Fiji
Honolulu, H.I.
Vancouver
Dep.
Dep.
Dep.
Dep.
Arr.
NIAGARA	
MARAMA	
MAKURA ..
1913
Oct.   20
Nov. 17
Dec.  15
1913
Oct.   24
Nov. 21
Dec.  19i
1913
Oct.   28
Nov. 25
Dec. 23
1913
Nov.   4
Dec.    2
Dec. 30
1913-14
Nov. 11
Dec.    9
Jan.    6
And about every four weeks thereafter.
Steamships call at Victoria both ways.
Dates of arrival at intermediate ports are subject to variation. Passengers can
ascertain from Commanders of Ships the time allowed in port at Honolulu (it averages
about 10 hours) and at Suva and Auckland.
Reservations on the above Steamships can be secured from H. S. Carmichael,
General Passenger Agent, Canadian Pacific Railway, 62-65, Charing Cross, London,
S.W., and 67-68, King William Street, London, E.C, or through any Canadian Pacific
Railway Agent.
34
 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
ROYAL    MAIL   STEAMSHIP    LINES
ATLANTIC     SERVICE
(Twin Screw Steamships)
ALL   SAILINGS   SUBJECT  TO  CHANGE  WITHOUT  NOTICE
STEAMSHIPS
LEAVE LIVERPOOL
FROM MONTREAL
AND QUEBEC
EMPRESS OF  IRELAND :....'	
lyio
Friday        Oct.   31
    Nov, 14
1913
Thursday ......... Nov. 13
       ,,   27
EMPRESS OF BRITAIN	
""LKAVK LIVERPOOL
Friday . Nov. 21
Saturday      ,,     '29
STEAMSHIPS.
FROM HALIFAX
*LAKE -MANITOBA.......	
EMPRESS OF IRELAND	
Wednes  Dec. 10
Saturday    ,,    13
„           ,     27
EMPRESS OF  BRITAIN  	
   Dec. 13
      ,,     27
EMPRESS OF IRELAND  .
   Jan. 10
* The "Lake Manitoba" rails to and from St. John, KB., only, calling at Belfast
Westbound the day following after leaving Liverpool.
The "Lake Manitoba" carries one class cabin passengers called Second Cabin.
SPECIAL TRAINS in connection with the "Empresses" leave steamship dock
| for Montreal carrying Through Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars for Winnipeg,
Vancouver, and Western points ; Standard Sleepers for Toronto, Detroit, Chicago, etc.
ALLAN   LINE   STEAMSHIPS
FROM
LIVERPOOL
1913
Wed.     Oct. 15
„   22
„   29
STEAMSHIPS
CORSICAN...
VIRGINIAN
TUNISIAN ...
FROM
QUEBEC AND
MONTREAL
1913
Tues.   Oct.   28
„    Nov.   4
„    11
FROM
LIVERPOOL \
  i
19 io i
Wed.   Nov.  5 i
„   12|
STEAMSHIPS
VICTORIAN
CORSICAN ...
FROM
QUEBEC AND
MONTR E At,
lW.i
Tues.  Nov. 18
„   25
FROM
LIVERPOOL
*Satr_NovT 22
tWed. „ 26
*Sat. Dec. 6
tWed.    „    10
STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIAN
TUNISIAN...
VICTORIAN
CORSICAN ...
FROM
HALIFAX OR|
ST. JOHN
Sat.    Dec.
Wed.     „
Sat.        „
Wed.     „
FROM
LIVERPOOL
bit Wed.
10 KSat,
20 |t Wed,
24
Dec.
STEAMSHIPS
GRAMPIAN
ALSATIAN ...
VIRGINIAN
FROM
HALIFAX OR
ST. JOHN
Dec.   31
Jan.    3
7
Wed.
Sat.
Wed.
£o and from Halifax.
f To and from St. John.
FROM
GLASGOW
Sat.
Fri.
Oct.   18
„   24
STEAMSHIPS
FROM
GLASGOW
fSat. Nov. 15
* ., ,,22
tWed. „ 26
*Sat.    Dec. 6
SCANDINAVIAN
HESPERIAN	
STEAMSHIPS
FROM
GLASGOW
Sat.
Fri.
Nov.
SCANDINAVIAN
HESPERIAN......
IONIAN   	
SCOTIAN	
FROM
MONTREAL
AND QUEBEC
Sat.      Nov. 1
Thurs. ,,   6
"FROM       I
BOSTON AND
PORTLAND  1
Thurs. Dec. 4 "tSat. Dec. 13
Fri.          „   12 * „ „ 20
Sat.         „   13 ft „ „ 27
Thurs.     .,   251
STEAMSHIPS
FROM
GLASGOW
FROM
MONTREAL
AND QUEBEC
Sat.   Nov.   15
Thurs.     „__20
FROM
STEAMSHIPS    jBOSTON AND
PORTLAND
PRETORIAN .
GRAMPIAN .
PRETORIAN i Thurs.   Jan. 1
SICILIAN..:.  !       „ „     8
IONIAN !       *■•■*■■..   15
'From Boston,
From Portland.
FROM
LONDON
Thurs.  Oct. 16
m    23
STEAMSHIPS
POMERANIAN.
SCOTIAN.....	
FROM
QUEBEC AND
MONTREAL
Sun.   Nov.   2
„       9
FROM
LONDON
Thurs. Oct. *50
„    Nov.   6
STEAMSHIPS
CORINTHIAN ...
SICILIAN   	
FROM
QUEBEC AND
MONTREAL
Sun.   Nov.   16
»» »»        2>o
FROM LONDON
Thursday
1913
Nov. 20
Dec.  11
STEAMSHIPS
POMERANIAN .
CORINTHIAN ...
FROM ST. JOHN.
1913-14
Thursday Dec. 11
.,        Jan. 1
CUNARD   LINE   STEAMSHIPS
FROM
SOUTHAMPTON
STEAMSHIPS
FROM
MONTREAL
AND QUEBEC.
FROM
SOUTHAMPTON.
STEAMSHIPS
FROM
MONTREAL
ANDQUEBEC.
Thurs. Oct. 16
AUSONIA	
1913
Sat.      Nov.   1
„     15
191o
Sat.     Nov.  6
ASCANIA.....	
1913
Sat.     Nov 22
„   30
ANDANIA 	
FROM
SOUTHAMPTON VIA
HALIFAX.
STEAMSHIP
FROM
PORTLAND
FROM
SOUTHAMPTON VIA
HALIFAX
STEAMSHIP
FROM
PORTLAND
Thurs.  Nov. 27
1 AUSONIA	
Sat.      Dec. 13
Thurs. Dec. 18
ASCANIA	
Sat.        Jan. 3
DONALDSON   LINE   STEAMSHIPS
FROM
GLASGOW
STEAMSHIPS
FROM
MONTREAL
AND QUEBEC
FROxM
GLASGOW
STEAMSHIPS
FROM
MONTREAL
AND QUEBEC
Sat.       Oct. 18
„   25
CASSANDRA -
LETJtfMA 	
Sat.     Nov.   1
„      8
Sat.     Nov.   1
,,     8
ATHENIA  	
SATURNIA.........
Sat.     Nov. 15
„    22
FROM
GLASGOW.
STEAMSHIPS
FROM
ST. JOHN
GLASGOW   |     STEAMSHIPS
FROM
ST. JOHN
Sat.      Nov. 15
„    22
CASSANDRA......
LETITIA..	
Thurs. Dec.  4
„   11
Sat.     Nov. 29
,,       Dec.   6
ATHENIA 	
SATURNIA....	
Thurs. Dec. 18
;. 25
WHITE STAR DOMINION LINE STEAMSHIPS
FROM
LIVERPOOL
Sat.
Oct. 18
„   25
STEAMSHIPS
CANADA	
MEGANTIC
FROM
QUEBEC AND
MONTREAL
Sat.     Nov.   1
»»  »»     8
FROM
LIVERPOOL
|       FROM
STEAMSHIPS    IQUEBEC AND
I  MONTREAL
Sat.     Nov.   1   TEUTONIC...7.....   s.tt.
„      8   LAURENTIC......
Nov. 15
„   22
Calling
at  HALIFAX Westbound,
IJVER° OOL. !    STEAMSHIPS
FROM
PORTLAND
FROM
LIVERPOOL
STEAMSHIPS
FROM
PORTLAND
Sat.     Nov. 15 Canada:......:.
„    22   MEGANTIC	
Sat.    Nov. 29t
„       Dec.   m
„    13t
Thnrs. Dec.   4
Sat.         „   20
DOMINION   .....
CANADA	
Sat.      Dec. 20
,,        Jan.   3
,,    29   TEUTONIC	
*aliin# TA Halifax KastfobumE
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