National Geographic : 1923 May
"-AND YOUR ThINGS .A'- GOING TO B JUST--A SAVrr IN MY IUNDEUST)UCTO AS -Ty T(AV E N INYOLCWC C4 ST-AT -NOM4 AND T-'YLL 0& A LOT MODE CON VENIENT " INDE-STTUCTO - TTUNK COQPOTATION NEW YORK C+HICAGO PACY-Oy o MISSHAWAKA I N DIANA INDE-S -r rouCTD TNKS A,-R- /IN JED -the ideal vacation land SWIM, canoe, golf, hike or rest in luxurious ease midst the scenic beau ties of the "playground of the con tinent." Excellent hotel accommoda tions at reasonable cost add to the pleasures of a vacation of health, sport and fun at any of Canada's wonder spots. Dress Up or Rough It Canada is a great vacation land. Interest ing places, scenic woods and waters are found all through the land. Minaki, Great Lakes Cruise, Highlands of Ontario, Algon quin Park (2721 square miles, altitude, 2000 feet), Murray Bay, the Lower St. Lawrence. See Toronto the Queen City and the Thousand Islands. See the Capital City-Ottawa. See the "old world in the new" at Montreal and historic Quebec. For Real Fishing, Hunting and Camping Sportsmen and outdoor lovers will revel in virgin streams and big game country in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, On tario, Alberta and British Columbia. Low Tourist Fares. Write for booklet 21-mentioning district that interests you. Address the nearest Canadian National Railways office listed below. BOSTON, 294 Washington St. BUFFALO, 1019 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. CHICAGO, 108 West Adams St. CINCINNATI, 406 Traction Bldg. CLEVELAND, 522 Kirby Bldg. DETROIT, 527 Majestic Bldg. DULUTH, 430 West Superior St. KANSAS CITY, 334 Railway Exchange Bldg. LOS ANGELES, 503 So. Spring St. MINNEAPOLIS, 518 2nd Ave. So. NEW YORK, 1270 Broadway PHILADELPHIA, 702 Finance Bldg. PITTSBURGH, 505 Park Bldg. PORTLAND, ME., Grand Trunk Station SAN FRANCISCO, 689 Market St. SEATTLE, 902 2nd Ave. ST. LOUIS, 305 Merchants Laclede Bldg. ST. PAUL, Cor. 4th and Jackson Sts. Canada welcomes United States tourists. No passports required. - . - S. . - "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."