National Geographic : 1931 Apr
/INIKI in CA ADAs pine.clad Lake-of-the-Woods region I I I:-1- - iI Jd^erwtarL/1i aher1aI orit lG~i et'e~u/ry ojumm rObOrL "M INAKI" is an Ojibway Indian word. It means "beautiful coun try"-for this wonderful Lake-of-the Woods region cast the same spell on the Indian centuries ago that it casts on the white man today. In the heart of this land of lakes and streams, Canadian National has built Minaki Lodge. Here is a golf course ringed by cool pine woods. Here are tennis, fishing, swimming, motor-boat- ing, canoeing, aquaplaning ... Here at night are blazing fires, delightful din ners, gay dancing, charming compan ionship. Send for booklets about this perfect North Woods vacation. Or ask any of the Canadian National offices listed below to arrange for you free showings of Minaki and other Canadian travel films in your club or your church. * * * * Canadian National takes you every where in Canada. It operates steamship lines, telegraph and express services and 14 broadcasting stations. Its luxurious hotels, lodges and camps stretch from one end of Canada to the other. CANADIAN NATIONAL (77e ^LaryeM t aiaiaa/raJijIZf ic itt m eica- BOSTON CLEVELAND 186 Tremont St. 925 Euclid Ave. BUFFALO DETROIT 420 Main St. 1623 Washington Blvd. CHICAGO DULUTH 4 So. Michigan Ave. 430 W. Superior St. CINCINNATI KANSAS CITY 49 E. Fourth St. 705 Walnut St. OFFICES LOS ANGELES PITTSBURGH ST. PAUL 607 So. Grand Ave. 8655Fifth Ave. 88 East Fifth Street MINNEAPOLIS PORTLAND. ME. SAN FRANCISCO 634 Marquette Ave. Grand TrunkRy. S. 648 Market St. NEW YORK PORTLAND. ORE. SEATTLE 673 Fifth Ave. 802 Yamhill St. 1329 Fourth Avenue PHILADELPHIA ST. LOUIS WASHINGTON D. C . 1422 Chestnut St. 814 No. Broadway 901-15th St.. N.W.