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Array ALASKA
• WEST COAST VANCOUVER IS
• FIORDS NORTHERN B.C.
• CANADIAN ROCKIES
© EASTERN CANADA
and UNITED STATES
• WORLD'S FAIRS
NEW YORK  •  SAN FRANCISCO
V
W or Id's   Greatest   Travel    System ALA
K  A
"THE   LAND   OF
ENCHANTMENT
WW
Sunset Cruises io the West
Coast of Vancouver Island
9 day
"PRINCESS"
CRUISES
•
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
SEATTLE
to
SKAGWAY
and return
(5) 11 day
SPECIAL
CRUISES
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
SEATTLE
to
SKAGWAY
and return
$125
Attractively Priced with
MINIMUM     RETURN     FARE    FROM     VICTORIA
Historic Russian Church, Sitka
Including meals and berth, except at Skagway
It costs so little to see America's "Last Frontier" . . .
land of strange and thrilling contrasts! Quaint old Indian
settlements . . . and scenes of Gold Rush days. A delightful
pleasure cruise 2,000 miles up and down the smooth Inside
Passage, winding through mountain-hemmed, fiord-like waterways dotted with fascinating Alaskan towns.
THE "PRINCESS" LINERS . . . during the summer
months the Canadian Pacific assigns three of its finest
"Princess" liners to passenger service to Alaska. Oilburners
and equipped with wireless . . . excellent dance floors . . .
splendid orchestras . . . delicious cuisine. Barbers, lady hairdressers and valet service are also available.
During the 1940 summer season, Steamers will
leave Vancouver 9:00 p.m. during June, July and
August, on the following schedule:
June 1, 8, 15, 19, 22, 29.
July 3, 6, 10, 13, 20, 24, 27, 31.
August 3, 10, 14, 17, 24, 28.
Inclusive fare from Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle,
to Skagway and return, (meals and berth included,
except at Skagway) is $105.00.
A trip to Alaska will be an unforgettable
experience.
During the summer of 1940, Three Special 11-day cruises
to Alaska and return, will be available for $125.00 and up,
including meals and berth. These increasingly popular Cruises
will be performed by the S.S. "Princess Charlotte'' from
Vancouver on June 25, July 16 and August 6. Sailing from
Vancouver at 11:00 a.m. on the three dates mentioned, the
"Princess Charlotte" will cruise for 11 days through the
protected waterways of British Columbia's and Alaska's
beautiful Coast line on a more extensive itinerary, including
Ocean Falls, where a large paper mill is located in the heart
of the Coast mountains . . . Sitka, ancient Capital of Alaska
in the days of Russian occupation ... the enchanting Behm
Canal, a narrow waterway near Ketchikan . . . The Punch
Bowl . . . Eddystone Rock—All these and more,
in addition to points served by the Company's
vessels on their regular schedule. Ample time will
be allowed at ports for sightseeing, and side trips
will be arranged where possible. Two days will be
allowed at Skagway for side trips via White Pass
& Yukon Route to Lake Bennett, White Horse,
or the combined rail and lake trip to the south end
of West Taku Arm.
Cruise tickets include passage, meals and berth
on Company's steamships from Seattle or Victoria
to Vancouver, connecting with the Princess Charlotte.
WWWWM
GaM&diaa Pacific Ua& Muck ia Of/feb ..'■•■
• FAST AIR-CONDITIONED  TRAINS   -   MODERN  STEAMERS
• PALATIAL HOTELS   -   COMFORTABLE LODGES
Shall it be 'way down East this year? Or North . . . to the Land of the Midnight
Sun ... in cruising fashion? Perhaps a change of altitude atop Canada's Alpine
Wonderland . . . mile high peaks . . . glaciers . . . modern lodges and hotels . . .
thrilling horserides, fishing and golf! Surprisingly low rates are making travel in
Canada more attractive than ever. Air-conditioned trains whisk you across the
Dominion in comfort and style ... to Banff-Lake Louise . . . ranking scenic wonders
of the world ... on to the Great Lakes of Ontario and their enthralling beauty . . .
the busy centres of Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal . . . through the old world city
of Quebec . . . into the Maritimes and the land of Evangeline! Canada abounds with
vacation spots, and in these few pages are briefly sketched a few 'Travel Ideas.' We
urge you to take advantage of them.
CANADA   WELCOMES    UNITED    STATES    CITIZENS   ...   No    Passports
\
$
I
1
Days
Cruise
58
Ports of
Call
Cruise Ship in Nootka Sound
$42*90. $
A most enjoyable cruise
along the West Coast of
Vancouver Island by the
"Princess Norah" and
"Princess Maquinna" from
Victoria. Eighteen cruises
are scheduled between June
and September, with calls
at nearly thirty-eight ports.
The round trip takes six
and one - half days. The
rugged coastline of the
West Coast is frequently
likened to that of Norway's and those who make
the trip will find it most
interesting.
'ROUND THE ISLAND
One Special Feature Cruise around Vancouver Island will
be made by the "Princess Norah" from Vancouver 2:00 p.m.
and Victoria 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 29, returning to Vancouver 9:00 a.m. Saturday, July 6.
Minimum Fare:
From VANCOUVER or VICTORIA    -     $55.00
From SEATTLE 560.00
Including Passage, Meals and Berth
Calls are made at the principal ports on the West Coast
and around the north end of Vancouver Island to Alert Bay.
From Alert Bay the ship proceeds into Knight Inlet, one of
the most beautiful fiords on this coast. Thence through
Johnstone Straits, Seymour Narrows and the Gulf of Georgia,
making numerous  interesting calls—an ideal vacation  cruise.
Cruise in Fiords of Northern
British Columbia
Minimum Round Trip Fare:
From VANCOUVER or VICTORIA
From SEATTLE	
Including Passage, Meals
and Berth
An excellent opportunity
is afforded those with onl}'
a limited amount of time
to cruise the beautiful
"Inside Passage" as far as
Prince Rupert. S.S. "Princess Adelaide" sails from
Vancouver each Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. for Prince
Rupert and return, calling
at a number of interesting
ports enroute, arriving
back in Vancouver 7:30
a.m. following Monday.
$40.00
$47.50
Sheltered Alaskan Waters CA
A
IA
CKI
Alfxi+ie Vaccdianlt
Whether you make a brief stopover on a transcontinental
Journey, or spend your entire vacation in the Canadian
Rockies, the memories of that thrilling experience will never
be forgotten.
SPORT AT MILE-HIGH  BANFF
Top of the world playground framed in the beauty of
Canada's Alps. Fresh and warm sulphur swimming pools,
fascinating trails to ride and hike, tennis, fishing, dancing;
golf—play on Banff's unique
mile-high championship course
—stay at the baronial Banff
Springs Hotel. Special rates
for extended visit.
LAKE LOUISE
The rainbow spot of the
Canadian Rockies—a lovely
lake of aqua marine mirrors
the great Victoria Glacier, and
brilliant poppies fringe its
sunny shores. Here, the gay
Chateau Lake Louise is the
gracious host to the lovers of
alpine pleasures.
Lovely Lake Louise
EXQUISITE EMERALD LAKE
Lovely gem of the Rockies will enchant you with its
beauty. Enjoy the quaint charm and hospitality of the Swisslike Chalet and the rustic deeply comfortable lodges nestled
around it. Pine scented air, joyous informality—moderate cost.
MOUNTAIN   LODGES
The Company operates a number of mountain lodges
providing comfortable accommodation at moderate cost.
Enquire about the many delightful resorts you should
not miss including Lake O'Hara, Yoho Valley, Wapta and
Moraine Lakes.
FEATURE EVENTS OF 1940
Bow Valley, Banff, Alta.
■
GOLF WEEK AT  BANFF
August  18 to 24
Of special interest to amateur golfers is the annual
competition for The Edward,
Prince of Wales Cup, and
other famous trophies over
the Banff Springs Hotel
Course.
Attractive all inclusive rates
at Banff Springs Hotel for
the events.
CALGARY STAMPEDE - - - -
ALPINE CLUB ANNUAL CAMP -
INDIAN DAYS AT BANFF    -    -    -
ANNUAL TRAIL RIDE	
SKY LINE TRAIL HIKERS' CAMP
BANFF GOLF WEEK	
BANFF SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS
-    JULY 8-13
- TULY 14-30
- JULY 18-21
- - TULY 26-30
■ AUGUST 2-5
AUGUST 18-24
AUGUST 1-31
LOW COST
AH-Expcmc
Tours
in
the
Canadian Rockies
o
2-3-4-6 Day Stop-Over
O
BANFF  LAKE LOUISE
EMERALD LAKE
Typical Lake, Canadian Rockies
T1AYS- 4   $37.50—two in room accommodation.
$40.50-—in single accommodation.
_,_ t^avo J   $47.25—two in room accommodation.
£  $51.75—in single accommodation.
FOTTP r>AY^' J $57.00—two in room accommodation.
\ $63.00—in single accommodation.
„T„ r)AYS- <   $?4-50—two m room accommodation.
\  $82.00—in single accommodation.
These low-cost all-expense tours will be operated from
June 8 to September 8, 1940. They offer a complete adventure
in the world-famous Canadian Rockies . . . play in two great
national parks—Banff and Yoho . . . visits to three delightful
resorts—Banff, Lake Louise and Emerald Lake . . . and 126
miles of spectacular mountain motoring. Banff, Lake Louise
and Emerald Lake are as exquisitely different as you could
imagine—ranging from the baronial grandeur of Banff to the
Continental charm of Chateau Lake Louise and the Swiss-like
chalet of Emerald Lake.
Tours begin at Field, B.C., eastbound; and Banff, Alta.,
westbound.
Interesting booklet is available showing complete itineraries with map of the whole region. Ask for it!
'ia/uUeeinp in iUe Gwudd*
NEW COLUMBIA ICEFIELD HIGHWAY
Now you can drive in modern comfort to the spectacular
Columbia Icefield . . . glacial wonderlands, great fields of ice
caught between mountains on top of the world—flowing into
rivers and waterfalls! You see towering mountain peaks,
wondrous valleys, scores of glaciers. Daily trips are operated
from Lake Louise at low cost.
Feature Mountain Drives Include
FROM BANFF
General Drive  R—$ 3.00
Lake Louise via Johnson Canyon S—$ 5.00
Lake Minnewanka  R—$ 2.50
Lariat Trail (Three National Parks) R—$30,00
Twilight Tour (Beaver Dams)  R—$ 1.50
FROM LAKE LOUISE
Moraine Lake R—$ 2.50
Banff via Johnson Canyon           S—$ 5.00
Emerald Lake via Yoho Valley S—$ 5.00
Peyto Glacier and Bow Lakes -- R—$ 5.00
Columbia  Icefield   (extension  of  Peyto  Glacier  trip
to Chalet at Athabasca Glacier)  R—$12.50
Jasper Park via Columbia Icefield  R—$22.50
S—Single Fare R—Return Fare
EASTERN CANADA -^ WORLD'S FAIRS
Unspoiled Vacationland of Woods
and Waters and Romantic Cities
Vud OntaUa
... Its glorious lake
country, "Muskoka," "Niagara," "Georgian Bay,"
"The Thousand Islands,"
"French River" — truly a
fisherman's paradise, but
with sport of every kind.
Splendid golf courses and
bathing beaches will be
found almost everywhere.
See Ottawa, the Nation's
capital — Toronto, Ontario's "Queen City" and its
famous Royal York Hotel
(largest hotel in the British Empire.)
Quebec—Ancient and Modern
cttolidcuf, in 2uehec
"REFRESHING AS  A TRIP  ABROAD"
Enjoy the charming hospitality of French Canada. Visit
cosmopolitan Montreal where French and English are spoken
side by side; quaint old Quebec, only walled city remaining
in America, its great Chateau Frontenac dominating the skyline like a medieval Norman Castle, yet modern and friendly.
. . . Ste. Anne de Beaupre, famous shrine for pilgrims from
far and near. Everywhere, the English-speaking visitor is
welcomed so sincerely that he carries away happiest memories
of his trip "abroad."
Ramaniic Jland of Cuan^eUne
Historic cities and smart seaside resorts in romantic
Maritime Provinces.
Rugged New Brunswick and Nova Scotia beckon to lovers
of forest and stream. Unsurpassed for fishing and hunting, the
many Maritime resorts will delight the sportsman's heart.
Visit the fascinating seaports of Saint John and Halifax;
the charming resorts of St. Andrews-by-the-Sea; Digby; Kentville; Yarmouth and Grande Pre, beautiful heart of the
Evangeline Country.
inland Ocean GlnUed
SUMMER  STEAMSHIP  SERVICE
Take advantage of this attractive optional route available
to transcontinental passengers and travel by boat between
Fort William and Port McNicoll in one or both directions.
A splendid interlude in your rail trip.
The Canadian Pacific SS. "Keewatin" and SS. "Assiniboia"
provide a delightful service with sailings from Fort William,
Tuesdays and Saturdays, and from Port McNicoll, Wednesdays and Saturdays, mid-June to mid-September.
Q*eat JlakeA* Gbuilel
Enjoy a Four-Day Vacation cruise through picturesque Thunder Bay, Lake
Superior, St. Mary's River,
Lake Huron and Georgian
Bay ... an enchanting
lake and river route. Thrill
to the glamor of shipboard
life on a Canadian Pacific
ship . . . relax in the sun
. . . dance to a lilting orchestra . . . enjoy tasty meals,
deck sports, parties . . .
retire to restful sleep in
airy staterooms.
Frequent sailings from
Fort William. Return fares
from $40.
Moonlight on Lake Superior
NEW YORK VTTI
May 11 - October 27, 1940
From far and near, millions of visitors will see
this $150,000,000 epic with its fascinating, awe-
inspiring prediction of "The World of To-morrow."
Plan now to visit the world's greatest metropolis
during the World's Fair via Canadian Pacific with
all their modern conveniences to make your trip
most comfortable.
Include in your itinerary at little additional cost,
the Atlantic Coast resorts and a trip to the New
York World's Fair.
Be sure to double the thrills
by travelling both ways through
Canada. Ask concerning the
many optional routes.
Special low fares also
available to include both
the New York World's
Fair and the San Francisco Golden Gate International Exposition.
GOLDEN 6ATE INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION
A Pageant of the Pacific
TREASURE ISLAND
May 25 - Sept. 29
Why not include in your vacation a visit to the San Francisco
World's Fair? Circuit tours,
amazingly low-priced, enable one
to take in this great Pageant, as
well as the scenic wonders along
the Canadian Pacific.
ASK   ANY   CANADIAN   PACIFIC   AGENT   FOR
FURTHER INFORMATION SUMNER EXCURSION FARES
WIDE CHOICE  OF ACCOMMODATION  AND   ROUTES
VANCOUVER, VICTORIA
SEATTLE and PORTLAND
SAN FRANCISCO
LOS ANGELES
Boston, Mass	
Buffalo, N.Y	
Chicago, 111	
Cincinnati, Ohio	
Cleveland, Ohio....	
Detroit, Mich	
Duluth, Minn	
Halifax, N.S	
Jacksonville, Fla	
Kansas City, Mo	
Minneapolis, Minn	
Montreal, Que	
New York, N.Y	
"    (60-Day Fare)	
Ottawa, Ont. 	
Philadelphia, Pa	
Pittsburg, Pa	
Portland, Me	
Quebec, Que	
Rochester, Minn	
Saint John, N.B	
St. Louis, Mo	
St. Paul, Minn	
Toronto, Ont ...
Washington, D.C	
Winnipeg, Man	
"    (from Portland).
Limit—Three months,
except "C" fares
which allow six
months limit.
$141.65
117.35
90.30
105.65
110.15
106.95
75.60
157.75
127.65
80.25
75.60
132.25
135.75
135.00
125.35
135.00
117.10
148.25
142.40
79.75
152.20
85.60
75.60
113.35
132.75
67.60
73.55
BA
$125.35
101.05
90.15
93.85
90.65
141 is
110.10
112.20
119.45
108.90
118.70
100.80
130.00
122.35
135.90
97.05
116.45
BC
$102.10
87.75
74.00
81.85
85.65
84.30
61.95
128.20
97.80
66.57
61.95
98.10
98.10
98.10
98.10
88.65
106.50
106.90
66.09
121.40
70.10
61.95
87.75
97.15
58.65
61.75
$ 93.30
78.75
65.00
73.35
76.65
75.30
54.40
119.40
89.15
58.52
54.40
89.30
89.30
89.30
89.30
80.10
97.70
98.10
58.08
112.60
61.60
54.40
78.75
88.15
53.45
54.40
$148.05
124.80
95.30
110.65
115.15
111.95
95.30
180.10
125.55
89.00
95.30
145.50
*140.75
140.00
140.10
140.00
122.10
154.65
155.65
95.30
173.45
95.30
95.30
124.80
137.75
$100.30
BA
$131.75
108,50
95.15
98.85
95.65
163"80
110.05
129.20
*124.45
123.80
123.70
105.80
138.35
139.35
157.15
108.50
121.45
BC
$109.55
92.75
79.00
86.85
90.65
89.30
79.00
138.15
96.00
74.43
79.00
108.55
♦103.10
108.10
103.10
93.65
113.95
117.35
79.00
128.95
79.00
79.00
94.80
102.15
$84.00
$100.55
83.75
70.00
78.35
81.65
80.30
70.00
129.15
87.50
66.88
70.00
99.55
♦95.35
95.00
99.10
94.55
85.10
104.95
108.35
70.00
119.95
70.00
70.00
85.80
93.15
$75.00
$156.45
133.20
103.70
119.05
123.55
120.35
103.70
188.50
133.95
97.40
103.70
153.90
♦149.15
140.00
148.50
148.40
130.50
163.05
164.05
103.70
181.85
103.70
103.70
133.20
146.15
±108.70
BA
$139.62
116.37
103.02
106.82
103.52
171.67
117.92
137.07
♦132.32
131.67
131.57
113.67
146.22
147.22
165.02
116.37
129.32
BC
$117.42
100.62
86.87
94.72
98.52
97.17
86.87
146.02
103.87
82.30
86.87
116.42
♦110.97
115.97
110.97
101.52
121.82
125.22
86.87
136.82
86.87
86.87
102.67
110.02
$91.87
$108.42
91.62
77.87
86.22
89.52
88.17
77.87
137.02
95.37
74.75
77.87
107.42
♦103.22
95.00
106.97
102.42
92.97
112.82
116.22
77.87
127.82
77.87
77.87
93.67
101.02
$82.87
♦These fares via Buffalo or Chicago. Fares via Montreal slightly higher.
A—1st Class. $Both ways via Vancouver.
BA—Intermediate  (tourist)  Class to Winnipeg, Chicago or St. Louis thence 1st Class.
BC—Intermediate   (tourist)   Class  to  North  Bay  or  Toronto via  Port Arthur,  or  to  Chicago;  thence
coaches only except that tickets to destinations in Canada, Montreal and west, will be intermediate
class in Canada, also west of Chicago.
C—Coaches only. NOTE:  Fares from California apply one way via Vancouver.
VACATION  FARES  TO   PRAIRIE  DESTINATIONS
From VANCOUVER
From VICTORIA
TO
1st Class
Intermediate
Coaches
Only
1st Class
Intermediate
Coaches
Only
Calerarv	
$24.10
28.90
41.30
41.85
55.15
70.85
$20.95
25.15
35.90
36.35
47.95
61.60
$17.75
21.30
30.40
30.75
40.60
52.15
$26.60
31.40
43.80
44.35
55.15
70.85
$23.45
27.65
38.40
38.85
47.95
61.60
$19.75
Edmonton	
23.30
Saskatoon	
32.40
Regina 	
Winnipeg	
Fort William....	
32.75
40.60
52.15
Tickets on sale June 1-4, July 4-7, August 1-4. 30-day limit.  Corresponding
fares between other points in Western Canada,	
SUMMER   FARES   TO   CANADIAN   ROCKIES
May 15 to September 30
From
To
Lake Louise
Banff
Vancouver	
Victoria.—	
Seattle	
Portland....	
San Francisco.
Los Angeles—
®25.20
®28.20
®31.20
®39.45
©33.70
©37.70
©39.70
©49.75
©26.90
©29.90
©32.90
©41.15
©72.25
©89.65
©35.85
©39.85
©41.85
©51.90
©84.10
©105.35
® 21-Day limit.
® October 31 limit.
© 30-Day limit.
© 3 Months limit.
Standard Sleeping Car Fares from Vancouver
TO
Banff	
Calgary	
Chicago	
Edmonton	
Lake Louise.—.
Mpls.-St. Paul.
Montreal	
Ottawa....	
Toronto ....
Winnipeg.—	
Lower
* Compartment
"Drawing
Room
$
5.50
6.25
16.55
7.25
5.25
13.95
21.55
21.00
20.25
12.00
$15.50
17.50
46.75
15.00
39.40
60.50
59.00
57.00
34.00
$20.00
22.00
58.80
26.00
19.00
49.35
76.00
74.00
71.00
42.00
Tourist
Lower
$
3.30
3.75
4.35
3.15
7.65
12.95
12.60
12.15
7.20
♦Two or more passengers.  Government revenue tax extra
if purchased in Canada.
Canadian Pacific Hotels
From the Atlantic to the Pacific
Nam* off Hotel
Kentville, N.S.
Cornwallis Inn A
Digby, N.S.
Digby Pines A
Yarmouth, N.S.
Lakeside Inn A
St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, N.B.
Algonquin Hotel A
McAdam, N.B.
McAdam Hotel A
Quebec, Que.
Chateau Frontenac E
Toronto, Ont.
Royal York Hotel E
Winnipeg, Man.
Royal Alexandra Hotel E
Regina, Sask.
Hotel Saskatchewan E
Calgary, Alta.
Hotel Palliser E
Banff, Alta.
Banff Springs Hotel E
Lake Louise, Alta.
Chateau Lake Louise E
i
Field, B.C.
Emerald Lake Chalet A
Victoria, B.C.
Empress Hotel I
Vancouver, B.C. I
Hotel Vancouver
Operated by the Vancouver
Hotel Co. Ltd., on behalf of
the C.P. and CN. Rys.
Altitude
41
Sea
Level
Sea
Level
150
445
300
274
772
1896
3438
4625
5680
4272
Sea
Level
100
Season
1940
All Year
June 28 to
Sept. 7
June 28 to
Sept. 6
June 29 to
Sept. 3
All Year
All Year
All Year
All Year
All Year
All Year
June 8 to
Sept. 8
June 8 to
Sept. 8
June 8 to
Sept. 8
All Year
All Year
Recreations
In the heart of the Land of Evangeline. Golf,
Tennis, Motoring.
Golf, Tennis, Motoring, Sea Fishing, Boating,
Sea Water Swimming Pool. Excursions into
the Land of Evangeline.
Golf, Tennis, Motoring. Fresh Water Bathing,
Boating, Fishing.
Golf, Tennis, Bathing, Boating, Yachting
(Passamaquoddy Bay, St. Croix River).
Hunting, Fishing in Season.
Scenic and Historic Interest, Golf, Motoring,
Plains of Abraham, Ste. Anne de Beaupre,
Headquarters for Winter Sports.
Golf, Motoring, Bathing, Fishing, Motor Boating, Yachting.
Golf, Motoring, centre of Canadian West. (Site
of old Fort Garry).
Golf, Motoring.
Golf, Motoring, Fishing (Trout).
Mountain Drives and Climbs, Golf, Tennis,
Bathing, Fishing. Boating, Riding, Hiking
(Banff National Park).
Boating, Swimming, Mountain Climbs, Pony
Trails, Fishing. Lakes in the Clouds, Moraine
Lake Glaciers (Banff National Park).
Boating, Fishing, Pony Trails to Yoho Valley,
Takakkaw Falls, Riding to Summit Lake and
Twin Falls (Yoho National Park).
Golf, Motoring, Yachting, Sea and Stream Fishing, Salt Water Bathing in Crystal Garden.
Golf, Motoring, Fishing, Steamer excursions.
Locfcfcs ^nil Holds
 Reached by Canadian Pacific
French River A
Chalet-Bungalow Camp
French River, Ont.
iDevil's Gap Lodge A
Kenora, Ont.
Sunshine Chalet A
Banff, Alta.
(Owned and operated by
Brewster Transport Co. Ltd.)
Columbia Icefield Chalet     A
Reached via Lake Louise, Alta.
(Owned and operated by
Brewster Transport Co. Ltd.)
Mount Assiniboine Lodge      A
Reached via Banff, Alta.
(Owned and operated by
Erling Strom.)
Moraine Lake Lodge A
Motor from Lake Louise, Alta.
Lake O'Hara Lodge A
Hector, B.C.
or by Pony from Lake Louise.
Lake Wapta Lodge A
Hector, B.C.
Yoho Valley Lodge A
Field, B.C.
Radium Hot Springs Lodge   A
Radium Station. B.C.
(Owned and operated by
Miss Charlotte Armstrong.)
Hotel Sicamous A
Sicamous, B.C.
(Leased and operated by
M. J. Brennan.)
Hotel Incola A
Penticton, B.C.
(Owned and operated by
Okanagan Hotel Company.)
Harrison Hot Springs Hotel A
Agassiz, B.C.
(Owned and operated by Harrison HotSprings Hotel Co. Ltd.)
700
1091
7800
6526
7200
6200
6664
5219
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3456
153
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June 20 to
Sept. 20
June 14 to
Sept. 8
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June 15 to
Sept. 15
July | to
Oct. 15
June 8 to
Sept. 8
June 24 to
Sept. 6
June 24 to
Sept. 6
June 24 to
Sept. 6
June 8 to
Sept. 8
All Year
All Year
All Year
Motor Boating, Golf, Canoeing, Fishing, Swimming, Tennis.
Motor Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Swimming,
Sailing, Tennis, Golf.
Trail Riders and Hikers headquarters on the
Continental Divide, |5 miles south west of
Banff.
At the foot of Athabaska Glacier on the spectacular Columbia Icefield Highway. Riding,
Hiking, Climbing and Summer Ski-ing. Dally
bus service to and from Chateau Lake Louse.
Two days horseback ride from Banff. 35 miles by
trail,   stopping   overnight   in half-way cabin
Lodge is at the foot of Mount  Assiniboine
(11,870 ft.) in the centre of one of the most
magnificent mountain areas in the world.
Head of Valley of Ten Peaks. Consolation Lake.
Trout Fishing, Pony Trails, Climbs, etc.
Riding, Hiking, Mountain Climbing, Fishing.
Trips to Lake McArthur and Lake Oesa, also
Alpine Hut, Abbot Pass.
Centre for Explorations. Excursions to Lake
O'Hara, Yoho Valley, etc. Very good fishing
in Sherbrooke Lake near Lodge.
Half-way between WaptaLodgeand Emerald Lake
Chalet, by road and trail. Takakkaw Falls,
Twin  Falls, Summit Lake, Yoho Glacier, etc.
Hiking, Motoring, Fishing, Mountain Climbing,
Swimming in hot Radium Pools.
Rowing, Canoeing, Motor Boats, Trout Fishing
(Shuswap Lake).
Boating and Fishing, Okanagan Lake.   Splendid
Motor  Roads.
Two Natural Hot Springs (Sulphur and Potash).
Motor Boating, Golf, Canoeing, Fishing,
Swimming, Tennis,  Mountain Climbing.
H.  F. MATHEWS, General  Manager off Hotels,  Montreal.
Apply to any Agent, or Hotel Department, Montreal or WinniDeg for reservations.
A—American Plan (i.e., includes room and meals). E—European Plan (i.e., room only). Transcontinental Trains - Summer 1940
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June 21
No.  7
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10.25pm
10.35pm
4.45am
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1940
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Chicago and North Western
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Ar Revelstoke . ..
Ar Vancouver P.T.
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April 28
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June 22
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6.50am
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12.45am
11.05pm
No. 4
6.30am
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C.P.
Daily
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C.P.
Daily
11.00pm
Runs
direct
8.00am
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Daily
9.15am
5.30pm
C.P.
Daily
June 29 to
Sept. 9
10-00am
3 00pm
C.P.
Daily
After June 22
10.30am
2.40pm
5.00pm
9.00pm
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Daily
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10.30am
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2.50pm
9.00am
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June 29 to
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9.45pm
4.45pm
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Daily
8.00am
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Daily
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WESTBOUND—THE  DOMINION
14 Sec.
j4Sec.
Coaches	
Colonist	
Tourist 14 Sec
Tourist 14 Sec
Tourist
Tourist
Diner..
Sol. Parlor Lounge	
12 Sec, D.R	
8 Sec, D.R., 2 Cpt..
8 Sec, D.R., 2 Cpt...
Glen 10 Cpt	
12 Sec, D.R	
8 Sec, D.R., 2 Cpt...
12Sec, D.R '.,
12Sec, D.R	
Lounge Obs.,D.R.,3Cpt
12 Sec, D.R., ex. Sat.
Open Obs. May9-Sep
First car June 22
Last car June 14
First car June 15
it M ontreal-Toronto- Vancouver
.. Toronto-Vancouver
■^Toronto-Vancouver
-^Toronto-Vancouver
T<t Montreal-Winnipeg
it Montreal-Vancouver
^Ottawa-Toronto- Vancouver
it Montreal-Ottawa (Buffet open)
T^-Montreal-Sudbury Last car June 14
^■Montreal-Sudbury First car June IS
^Montreal-Vancouver Last car June 14
^Montreal-Vancouver
^■Montreal-Vancouver
it Toronto-Winnipeg
■^•Toronto-Vancouver
it Toronto- Vancouver
.^■Toronto-Vancouver
.. Regina-Lethbridge
8. Calgary-Vancouver
First car June 15
First car June 15
Last car June 21
First car June 22
In No. 3-511
THE  MOUNTAINEER June 30 to Aug. 24
Coach *Chicago-St. Paul-Moose Jaw
(Moose Jaw-Vancouver Coach passengers transfer to No. S)
Tourist 13 Sec itSt Paul-Vancouver
Tourist, 13 Sec *St. Paul-Vancouver
. 6 Cpt., 3 D.R ^-Chicago-Vancouver
8 Sec, 5 D.B.R -^Chicago-Vancouver
12Sec, D.R -^Chicago-Vancouver
12 Sec, D.R itSt. Paul-Vancouver
Diner ^-Chicago-Vancouver
Solarium Lounge -^-Chicago-Vancouver
Open Observation Calgary-Vancouver
SOO-DOMINION-
(C. &.N.W.
Coaches	
Tourist, 13 Sec	
Tourist, 13 Sec	
8 Sec, D.R., 2 Cpt
8 Sec, D.R., 2 Cpt
8 Sec, 5 D.B.R...
Solarium Lounge...
Solarium Lounge...
Diner	
-WEST Until June 29 and after Aug. 24
503 —Soo Line 3 —C.P  13-3)
.^r Chicago-
. *St. Paul-
*St. Paul-
*St. Paul-
-^•Chicago-
-^-Chicago-
*St. Paul-
■^Chicago-
.-^-Chicago-
Vancouver
Moose Jaw
Vancouver
Vancouver
Vancouver
Vancouver
Moose Jaw
Moose Jaw
Vancouver
Last car June 8
Firs car June 4
Last car June 22
First car June 28
First car June 28
June 1 to 22
June 28 to 29
SOO-DOMINION-
Coaches	
Tourist, 13 Sec	
Tourist, 13 Sec	
8 Sec, D.R., 2 Cpt.
8 Sec, D.R., 2 Cpt.
8 Sec, 5 D.B.R	
Solarium Lounge...
Solarium Lounge...
Diner	
EAST Until June 30 and after Aug. 28
.. .itVancouver-Chicago
.. .-^-Moose Jaw-St. Paul
. .-^Vancouver-St. Paul
,. .^Vancouver-St. Paul
.. .itVancouver-Chicago
,. .-^-Vancouver-Chicago
. .-^-Moose Jaw-St. Paul
. .-^-Moose Jaw-Chicago
.. .^-Vancouver-Chicago
Last car June 9
First car June 8
Last car June 19
First car June 20
First car June 27
June 8 to 21
June 22 to July 2
EXPLANATION OF SIGNS
• REGULARLY ASSIGNED CARS AIR-CONDITIONED
E.T. Eastern Time. CT. Central Time.
M.T. Mountain Time.
P.T. Pacific Time.
From June 24 to 30 inc. and Aug. 26 to Sept. 9 inc., Standard
Sleepers will be handled in train 7 and Tourist Sleepers in
train 3, Moose Jaw to Vancouver.
From June 23 to 30 inc. and Aug. 29 to Sept. 7 inc. Standard
Sleepers will be handled in train 8 and Tourist Sleepers in
train A, Vancouver to Moose Jaw.
: During period June 30 to Aug. 24 use Mountaineer schedule.
First car June 27
Last car June 16
First car June 16
EASTBOUND—THE DOMINION
Coaches it Vancouver-Toronto-Montreal
Colonist Vancouver-Toronto
Tourist, 14 Sec -fcVancouver-Toronto
Tou rist, 14 Sec itVancou ver-Toronto
Tourist, 14-Sec -^-Winnipeg-Montreal
Tourist, 14 Sec -£Vancouver-Montreal
Diner. it Vancouver- Toronto-Montreal
8 Sec, D.R., 2 Cpt.. .-jfrWinnipeg-Toronto      Last car June 24
12 Sec, D.R ^-Vancouver-Toronto   First car June 28
12Sec, D.R ^-Vancouver-Toronto
LoungeObs., D. R.,3Cpt. -£ Vancouver- Toronto
8 Sec, D.R., 2 Cpt.. .-^-Vancouver-Montreal   Last car June 14
12 Sec, D.R it Vancouver-Montreal First car June 15
Glen 10 Cpt it Vancouver-Montreal First car June 16
12 Sec  D.R., ex. Sat Lethbridge-Regina    In No. 12-4
12 Sec, D.R *Winnipeg-Fort William
12 Sec, D.R -jfc-Sudbury-Montreal    Last car June 15
8 Sec, D.R., 2 Cpt....*Sudbury-Montreal
12Sec, D.R., ex. Sun..-jfc-Sudbury-Toronto
8Sec,D.R.2Cpt.ex.Su.*Sudbury-Toronto
Sol. Parlor Lounge -^-Ottawa-Montreal..
Open Obs.May9-Sep. 18.. Vancouver-Calgary
THE  MOUNTAINEER July   |  to Aug. 28
(Vancouver-Moose Jaw Coach passengers travel in No. 4)
Coach -^Moose Jaw-St. Paul
*St. Paul-Chicago
Tourist, 13 Sec -£Vancouver-St. Paul
Tourist, 13 Sec -^Vancouver-St. Paul
6 Cpt., 3 D.R it Vancouver-Chicago
8 Sec, 5 D.B.R it Vancouver-Chicago
12Sec, D.R itVancouver-Chicago
12 Sec, D.R ^Vancouver-St. Paul
Diner -^Vancouver-Chicago
Solarium Lounge .-^-Vancouver-Chicago
Open Observation Vancouver-Calgary
First car June 16
Last car June 15
First car June 17
.(Buffet open)
\
CANADIAN   PACIFIC
SPECIAL   SERVICES
%®$$$$^%!&"
TAKE YOUR
CAR ALONG
How would you like to
have your car with you at
stopover points? The Canadian Pacific will ship your car
ahead by fast freight from
your embarkation point on a
plan that saves you time and
money, and brings you to
your destination RESTED.
Motor cars should be shipped in advance if required on
arrival. No extra charge for
loading and unloading except
after stopovers—no crating—
no inconvenience. On International shipments, customs and other formalities are reduced
to a minimum.
Mountaineer—Nearing Banff
GOOD MEALS ENHANCE THE
PLEASURE OF TRAVEL
The importance of good meals at attractive prices has
always been recognized by the Canadian Pacific. Whether you
have a light breakfast of toast, marmalade and coffee, or a
steak dinner with all the garnishing and trimmings, you are
assured that the preparation will be up to that high standard
for which the Canadian Pacific has been noted for over fifty
years. The prices are very reasonable. Breakfast as low as 50c,
Lunch 75c and Dinner $1.00
FISHING WATERS AND GAME HAUNTS
Let us tell you of a land of incomparable opportunities for
the Angler and Hunter. Canadian Forests and streams beckon
to lovers of the great Out-of-doors. Special descriptive literature on application.
AT YOUR SERVICE
You are cordially invited to take advantage of Canadian
Pacific Travel Service Organization whenever you are planning
a journey. Canadian Pacific will gladly give you practical aid
in arranging your rail, steamship or hotel reservations and
valuable information that will add greatly to the pleasure of
your journey.
Consult Any of the Following Representatives:
Vancouver, B.C.
Victoria, B.C.
Seattle, Wash.
Spokane, Wash.
Portland, Ore.
San Francisco, Cal.
Iios Angeles,  Cal.
F. H. Daly
J.  Macfarlane
E. L. Sheehan
E.  S.  McPherson
W. H. Deacon
S, E.  Corbin
A.  D.  Macdonald
General Agent,
434 W. Hastings St.
General Agent,
1102  Government  St.
General Agent,
1320 Fourth Ave.
Spokane   Interl.   Rly„
Old  Natl.   Bank  Bldg.
General Agent,
626   S.W.  Broadway
General  Agent,
152 Geary St.
General Agent,
621  So.  Grand Ave.
G. BRUCE BURPEE
General Passenger Agent
Vancouver, B.C.
TRAVEL BY TRAIN—Safety - Speed - Comfort
2754-lOM. Printed in Canada
CANADIAN   PACIFIC
WORLD'S GREATEST TRAVEL SYSTEM

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