National Geographic : 1900 Apr
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE -itI Leave BOSTON every Tuesday Leave CHICAGO every Wednesday Leave ST. LOUIS every Wednesday PERSONALLY CONDUCTED TOURIST PARTIES TO California Comfortable and Inexpensive SELECT PARTIES leave Boston every Tuesday via Niagara Falls and Chicago, joining at Denver a similar party, which leaves St. Louis every Wednesday. From Denver the route is over the Scenic Denver and Rio Grande Railway, and through Salt Lake City. Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars of a new pattern are used. They are thoroughly com fortable and exquisitely clean, fitted with double windows, high-back seats, carpets, spacious toilet-rooms, and the same character of bedding found in Palace Cars. They are well heated and brilliantly lighted with Pintsch gas. Outside they are of the regu lation Pullman color, with wide vestibules of steel and beveled plate glass. Beautifully illustrated books on California and Colorado, with maps, train schedules and com plete information can be had from any of the following Burlington Route agents: E. J. SWORDS 379 Broadway NEW YORK CITY F. E. BELL 211 Clark Street CHICAGO, ILL. W. J. O'MEARA 306 Washington Street BOSTON, MASS. C. D. HAGERMAN 703 Park Building PITTSBURG, PA. H. E. HELLER 632 Chestnut Street PHILADELPHIA, PA. J. G. DELAPLAINE Broadway and Olive Streets ST. LOUIS, MO. Please mention this Magazine when writing to advertisers.