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Banff, and the other Rocky Mountain resorts along the line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, were so well patronized last year that it was found necessary to add largely to the accommodation of all the Company's hotels and châlets. This season visitors will find the capacity of these famous resorts more than doubled. Additions have been made to Banff Springs Hotel, Lake Louise châlet, Mount Stephen House, Field, Glacier House, and Emerald Lake châlet.
There will be no lack of guides, ponies, tents, and the usual requisites of Rocky Mountain travel. The Swiss guides are to be at their stations early in May.
It is perhaps hardly necessary, now that these resorts have become world famous, to claim for them unequaled scenery, climate, and comfort, but it is certain these assertions will hardly be disputed by those who have visited the wonderful mountain resorts of the Canadian Rockies.
Detailed information furnished on request by any of the following officials and agents of the
Canadian Pacific Railway
E. V. SKINNER
NEW YORK, N. Y. H, MCMCRTRIE
629-631 Chestnut Street
PHILADELPHIA, PA. J. H. THOMPSON 129 East Baltimore Street
BALTIMORE, MD. W. W. MERKLE 1229 Pennsylvania Avenue
WASHINGTON, D. C. H. J. COLVIN 362 Washington Street
BOSTON, MASS. A. J. SHULMAN
233 Main Street
BUFFALO, N. Y. A. E. EDMONDS 7 Fort Street, West
DETROIT, MICH. A. C. SHAW 228 South Clark Street
CHICAGO, ILL. W. B. CHANDLER
119 South Third Street
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. F. W. SALSBURY 510 Frick Building
PITTSBURG, PA. W. S. THORN
379 Robert Street
ST. PAUL, MINN. M. M. STERN
627 Market Street
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. G DUNCAN
42 Sparks Street
OTTAWA, ONT. A. H. NOTMAN Assistant General Passenger Agent
TORONTO, ONT. E. J. COYLE Assistant General Passenger Agent
VANCOUVER, B, C. C. E. MCPHERSON General Passenger Agent
WINNIPEG, MAN. C. E. E. USSHER General Passenger Agent
MONTREAL, P. Q. ROBERT KERR, Passenger Traffic Manager, MONTREAL
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