National Geographic : 1929 Jan
ScA railway system that spans a continent and links two great nations In Ottawa, Ont., the capital of the Dominion, is the Chateau Laurier, one of the distinctive hotels owned and operatedbyCanadian NationalRailways. NEW YORK and Montreal; Chicago and Toronto; Duluth and Winnipeg lie south and north of the International Line. But they are not foreign ground to the citizens of either the United States or Canada. Language, race and customs and the luxurious trains of Canadian National Railways link them together and make them neighbors. Wherever you wish to go in Canada-whether to the playgrounds of the Maritime Provinces, Historic Quebec, the lake and forest regions of Ontario, the great prairie provinces, the mighty Canadian Rockies, to the Pacific Coast and Alaska-Canadian National will take you, speedily, comfortably and over a route replete with magnificent scenery. But Canadian National is more than a railroad. It operates year 'round hotels and summer resorts. It provides freight, express and telegraph service with connections to all parts of the world. Canadian National Steamships carry Canada's ensign over the seven seas. Eleven Canadian National radio stations broadcast from coast to coast. For information on Canada's natural resources and business opportunities, for tickets and accommoda tions, call at, write or telephone the nearest Canadian National office. CANADIAN NATIONAL GJhe Largest TRailway System in America OPERATING RAILWAYS * STEAMSHIPS. HOTELS . TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS SERVICE * RADIO STATIONS OFFICES BOSTON 33 Washington St. BUFFALO 420 Main St. CHICAGO 108 W. Adams St. CINCINNATI 49,E.Fourth St. CLEVELAND 925 Euclid Ave. DETROIT 1259 Griswold St. DULUTH 480 W. Superior St. KANSAS CITY 705 Walnut St. LOS ANGELES 607 So. Grand Ave. MINNEAPOLIS 518 Second Ave. So. NEW YORK 505 Fifth Ave. PHILADELPHIA 1420-22 Chestnut St. PITTSBURGH 855 Fifth Ave. PORTLAND ME. Grand Trunk Ry. Sta. PORTLAND, ORE. 802 Yamhill St. ST. LOUIS 814 No. Broadway ST. PAUL 83 East Fifth Street SAN FRANCISCO 689 Market St. SEATTLE 1829 Fourth Avenue WASHINGTON D. C. 901-15th St., N. W.