National Geographic : 1913 Jun
1Amu'3 Our Party i LORADO And none of us ever had such a delightful surprise - you couldn't fancy without being here how there could be so much thatis big and grand, and so much that is softly lovely in any one region of the world. We slipped away on that de Luxe Rocky Mountain Limited -e v ery morning from Chicago to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo the kind of train that first makes you glad you're going and then glad you went that way. Think of this magic transformation in a day! That's a rhyme, but the whole affair-dining car, music, observation car, books and beds-was as smooth and pleasant as a poem. "The Colorado Flyer" every morning from St. Louis, andother splendidly equipped, fast daily trains via Rock Island Lines from Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, St. Joseph, Omaha and Memphis for Colorado, Yellowstone Park and the Pacific Coast. Low Fares Daily June 1st to September 30th "Little Journeys in Colorado" and "Under the TurquoiseSky" aretwo books which make the way clear. Let me send them to you. L. M . Allen, Pass Traff. Mgr., 25La Salle Station,Chicago,Ill. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."