CHIEFS’ TRIP TO THE SOUTHLAND WITH THE EASTERN REGULARS

CHIEFS’ TRIP TO THE SOUTHLAND WITH THE EASTERN REGULARS

Itinerary of This Famous Annual Journey to the Fire Chiefs’ Convention—Two Trips from New Orleans to Choose From

THE “Eastern Regulars,” which includes those attending the fifty-fourth convention of the International Association of Fire Engineers from New York, New Jersey and Eastern points, will this year include in its return journey from the convention in New Orleans, two very interesting itineraries. The longer of these embraces a visit to the Island of Cuba and the shorter a stop-over at Atlanta, Ga., with a visit to the great Confederate Memorial monument at Stone Mountain.

The itineraries, with their dates, are as follows:

ITINERARY NO. 1

New York to New Orleans and return

IMPORTANT NOTICE: All schedules shown herein are based on Standard Time, one hour earlier than Daylight Saving Time.

GOTNGSCHEDULE

Saturday, October 16

Leave New York (Penn. Station)………………..3:10 p.m. P. R.R.

Leave Newark (Market St. Station)………………3:33 p.m. P. R.R.

I^eave Elizabeth ……………………………..3:42 p.m. P. R.R.

Leave New Brunswick ………………………..4:02 p.m. P. R.R.

Leave Trenton ……………………………….4:31 p.m. P. R.R.

Leave West Philadelphia ……………………….5:13 p.m. P. R.R.

Arrive Washington …………………………..8:15 p.m. P. R.R.

Leave Washington …………………………..8:35 p.m. R.F. & P.

Sunday, October 17

Arrive Atlanta . . .6:00 p.m. S. A. L.

Leave Atlanta . . . ..6:30 p.m. A.&W.P.

Monday, October 18

Arrive New Orleans. .9:30 a m. L. & N.

All meals in Dining Car

RETURN SCHEDULE

Friday, October 22

Leave New Orleans ………………………….5:00 p.m. L. & N.

Saturday, October 23

Arrive Atlanta . . . ……………………. 7:40 a.m. A. & W. P.

Leave Atlanta …. ……………………11:30 a.m. (C.T.) S.A.L.

Sunday, October 24

Arrive New V’ork ………………………….4:30 p.m. P. R.R.

All meals in Dining Car

COST AND CONDITIONS

Including round trip ticket, sleeping car berth both ways, transfer of passengers and baggage to Hotel Roosevelt at New Orleans both ways, and meals in diner going trip only, and automobile trip to Stone Mountain and return at the cost of:

I^ower Berth, 1 person…………………………..$116.52

Upper Berth, 1 jerson………………………….. 110.66

Compartment, 1 person………………………….. 266.44

Comjartment, 2ersons, each……………………. 128.51

Drawing Room. 1 person………………………… 288.94

Drawing Room, 2 persons, each………………….. 139.76

Drawing Room, 3 persons, each…………………… 122.26

’ ITINERARY NO. 2

New York to New Orleans to Havana and Return to New York

Saturday. October 16

Leave New York (Pennsylvania Station)…….. …3:10 p.m. P. R.R.

Leave Newark (Market St. Station)………… . . . 3 :33 p.m. P. R.R.

Leave Elizabeth ……………………….. . . . 3:42 p.m. P. R.R.

Leave New Brunswick…………………… . . . 4:02 p.m. P. R.R.

Leave T renton…………………………. P. R.R.

Leave West Philadelphia…………………. P. R.R.

Arrive Washington ……………………… .8:15 p.m. P. R.R.

Leave Washington ……………………… .8:35 p.m. R.F. & P.

Sunday. October 17

Arrive Atlanta .6:00 p.m. S. A. L.

Leave Atlanta .6:30 p.m. A.&W.P.

Monday, October 18

Arrive New Orlean*. .9:30 p.m. L. & N.

All meals in Dining Car

Tuesday, Octoiler 19th Thursday, October 21st

Wednesday, October 20th Friday, October 22nd

At New Orleans Convention

Saturday. October 23

Leave New Orleans (United Fruit Lin.)…………………10:00 a.ra.

Sunday. October 24

At Sea

Monday. October 25

Arrive Havana …………………………………….. 9:00 a.m.

Tuesday. October 26

Wednesday. October 27

In Havana

Thursday. October 28

Leave Havana (L’nited Fruit Line)…………………….. 9:00 a.m.

Friday. October 29

Saturday.October 30

At Sea

Sunday, October 31

Arrive New York…………………………………..12:00 noon

COST AND CONDITIONS

Including railroad and boat fares, Pullman and meals to New Orleans, meals and stateroom New Orleans to Havana, Havana to New York, transfer of passengers and baggage from train to hotel in New Orleans and from hotel to boat at New Orleans and from boat to hotel and return to loat in Havana.

Lower berth, 1 person, minimum accommodations on boat.. $200.39

Upper berth. 1 person ” “ “ “ 197.46

Compartment, 1 person “ “ “ “ 275.35

Compartment, 2 persons, each “ “ “ 206.39

Drawing Room, 1 person “ “ “ 286.60

Drawing Room, 2 persons, each “ “ “ 212.01

Drawing Room, 3 persons, each “ “ “ 203.26

* Minimum accommodations mean rooms, lower deck. All staterooms outside rooms. The following additional charges are for more commodious rooms on boat.

Extra large room, upper deck, each person…………….$21.00

Room with bath, upper deck, each person…………….. 48.00

Two people in suit, each person……………………..76.50

The prices quoted in itineraries i and 2 do not include hotel reservations in New Orleans or Havana. However, I have made reservations in both cities for rooms at the following rates: New Orleans, Hotel Roosevelt, rooms with bath and double

lied (on court), 1 person……………………… ..$3.50

Ro-jms, with bath, twin beds, each person………..$4.00 & 5.00

Havana. Hotel Plaza, rooms, twin beds and bath, each person 3.50

BAGGAGE

Each passenger will be allowed 150 pounds baggage free. Special baggage tags will be furnished each passenger. These tags must be fastened to all trunks and hand baggage. Baggage to be placed in car, should be delivered to baggage room, Pennsylvania Station, 33rd St., and 7th Avenue, New York, and at other stations where our special train is scheduled to stop at least one hour before departure of train. Be sure that all trunks and bags bear our official tag and that tag contains your name. Trunks and hand baggage will be transferred to and from hotel at New Orleans and Havana.

MAIL AND TELEGRAMS

Mail and telegrams for party en route should be addressed c/o Eastern Regulars Special. General Delivery, at designated points of stop-over, always allowing sufficient time before arrival of train. At New Orleans, La., address c/o Hotel Roosevelt and at Havana c/o Hotel Plaza. This year we are having a club car attached to our train for the benefit of our guests.

As heretofore the “Eastern Regulars” trip is under the able direction of Mr. Frederic E. Bensen, of 50 Church Street, New York, to whom all communications should be sent.

Make your reservations now!

New Childs model 61-C triple combination car recently delivered to the fire department of Mechanicville, N. Y. The apparatus is mounted on a Childs Model 6 Fire Department Chassis. It has successfully passed all tests and been accepted and placed in service by the city.

New Pumper for Wichita Falls, Tex.—A new Seagrave pumper, the second received within a few months, has been unloaded in Wichita Falls, Tex.

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