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GENERAL EXCURSION TICKETS will be sold daily
during the period of the Exposition, with final return limit
of sixty (60) days, but not later than December 15, 1904. FIFTEEN-DAY EXCURSION TICKETS will be sold
daily during the period of the Exposition, with final return
limit of fifteen (15) days, including date of sale. COACH EXCURSION TICKETS will be sold only for
specified dates and trains. Tickets will be good in DAY COACHES only on special or designated trains going, and on regular trains returning, limited for return passage leaving St. Louis not later than ten (10) days, including date of sale.
STOP-OVER not exceeding ten (10) days at each point will
be allowed on Season, Sixty (60) day and Fifteen (15) day excursion tickets, in either or both directions within return limit, at Cincinnati, O., Louisville, Ky., Mitchell, Ind. (for visitors to French Lick or West Baden Springs, Ind.), and at Chicago (on tickets reading via Chicago). To secure stop-over, passengers must notify conductor and deposit ticket with Depot Ticket Agent
immediately on arrival.
St. Louis on all one-way and round-trip tickets (except
The above fares apply via Cincinnati or via Chicago in both
directions; or going via Cincinnati and returning via
Corresponding Rates from other Points.
trains, etc., call on ticket agents.
ROYAL BLUE SERVICE FROM WASHINGTON
EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR" TO BALTIMORE 'EVERY OTHER HOUR ON THE ODD HOUR" TO PHILADELPHIA E NEW YORK
ROYAL BLUE SERVICE WASHINGTON TO NEW YORK
ROYAL BLUE TRAINS
FOR PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK
“Every Other Hour on the Odd Hour"
7, 9, 11, 1, 3, 5 o'clock
DURING THE DAY
Modern Coaches, Pullman Parlor
The “Royal Limited" leaves at “Three"
Another at 7.00 p. m, and one at 12.15 midnight
Modern Coaches, Pullman Parlor
The “Royal Limited” leaves at "Four"
BOOK OF THE ROYAL BLUE.
(All rights reserved.)
BALTIMORE, NOVEMBER, 1904.
THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE WORLD'S FAIR
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD CO.
HE greatest of World's Fairs—the were four great prizes of gold medals and
Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St. twenty-five other medals for certain dis-
cember 1, and the millions of dollars The highest award of the Exposition, worth of exhibits will be carted away to the carrying with it the premier honor in each four corners of the earth. All fairs, whether department or building, was a special gold county, state or international, have the ulti- medal for “the best, most complete and mate object of showing progression in civi- most attractive exhibit;" this award to be lization. The lists are open to all comers; recommended by the Department Jury, the greater number of entries, the bigger and ratified by the Superior Jury. In the the fair; the greater the competition, the Department of Transportation Exhibits, the better the show. The higher education of Department Jury, with Vice-President the people, and the diffusion of new ideas, Kendrick of the Santa Fe System, at its is the result obtained.
head, was composed of distinguished railAt St. Louis, all the nations of the globe way men, engineers, mechanical and other have done their utmost to present their most experts of this country, England, Germany, favorable impressions. The United States, France, Austria and Japan. having the advantage of the exhibit on its The Superior Jury was headed by Govown soil, naturally had the most complete ernor Francis, President of the Exposition, exhibits in all departments.
with Director of Exhibits Skiff, as First Vice'To gain recognition is the aim of every President, and the membership throughout exhibitor and the medals and ribbons of was composed of the most eminent and honor are displayed with a pardonable pride. representative men at the Exposition, in
The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company cluding the Commissioners General of the enjoy the distinction of winning all the Foreign Countries, the Presidents of Demedals that could possibly be awarded to partment Juries, Chiefs of Departments, etc. a railroad company, for their display in the Naturally the rivalry was strong for this Transportation Building, In all, there special gold medal, of which there was but