|Tuesday, April 15, 1902||The Globe (Toronto)||Page 2, col. 3|
Canada Atlantic purchase.
"I shall be in Ottawa again in about a week or ten days, and I hope then to be able to tell you the position in which the purchase of the Canada Atlantic standard." This was all that Dr. W. Seward Webb had to say to-day after he had an interview with Mr. J. R. Booth and Mr. E. J. Chamberlin at the head office of the Canada Atlantic Railway. Subsequently Dr. Webb and party went to the Canada Atlantic car shops, and then started for Shelburne. The doctor and party came to the city last night, after a trip to California and Mexico. He arrived in Toronto on Friday, and went by way of the Grand Trunk to Scotia Junction and Depot Harbor, where, with Mr. E. J. Chamberlin, General Manager of Canada Atlantic, he inspected the terminal facilities. With Dr. Webb were Mrs. Webb, Miss Webb, Master Vanderbilt Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Bird, Mr. and Mrs. Purdy, Mr. and Mrs. Burden, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, Miss Metcalfe, Miss Dix of New Yrok, Dr. Bingham of Burlington. The special train left the Central Station at 12.30 o'clock.
Stations: Depot Harbor, Scotia