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Array SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR
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Coast to Coast
THOS. J. WALL
General Agent, Passenger Department
71 E. JACKSON BLVD., CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
WORLDS     GREATEST  TRAVEL    SYSTEM % tke CANADIAN ROCKIES
in Fast Canadian Pacific Trans-Continental
Trains . . . Air-Conditioned
• As your train carries you through the
magnificent Canadian Rockies you'll
be breathless with
wonder at such spectacular beauty . . .
an enchanted fairyland of snow-capped
peaks, forests of
spruce spicing the
air with fragrance.
Miles and miles of
Alpine scenery that
will be yours to explore!
Climbing  by  train   MOO  feet to  this
mountain    paradise
AT HOME IN
Banff's   Mile-high   Golf   Course
MILE-HIGH
• Top - of- the -
world p I a y-
ground! Framed
in the beauty of
Canada's Alps . .
with zestful mile-
high air! Fresh
and warm sulphur swimming pools, fascinating trails to
ride and hike, tennis, fishing, dancing! And luxurious
living at baronial Banff Springs Hotel . . . right in the
heart of this Alpine heaven!
• 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 lovers of Alpine pleasures. Zmefrcdd
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# Like a little Swiss
village tucked away in
the Alps with a rustic
chalet . . . surrounded
by cozy little lodges
equipped for your comfort. You motor to
Emerald Lake from Field
through the fragrant
forests. An inspiring
setting for rest and
play.
Mo444iialn Jlodn&b
• Sturdily built cabins with central Chalets have been built by
the Canadian Pacific so you can
enjoy real Alpine life with comfort! At beautiful Lake O'Hara,
Lake Wapta, and Yoho Valley.
$5.00 per day per person, $31.50
per week, American Plan.
pill Jlotel
Vancouver has so
many attractions . . .
Stanley Park, the Marine Drive, the Strait
of Georgia . . . and
other scenic beauties.
You' II enjoy them
thoroughly by making
the beautiful Hotel
Vancouver your headquarters ... a delightful stop-over with
rose-garlanded roof
garden commanding
magnificent views in
every   direction.
ZvupAeM, Jlotel, Vicfoda, £. Q.
# Set in a charming bit of Old England, the garden city of the
Pacific Northwest! The Empress Hotel, overlooking the Inner Harbor
is the social center of Victoria . . . Canada's Evergreen Playground.
3 Mountain Climbing, Camping, Fishing,
Motoring in the Heart of the
Canadian Rockies
Trail Riding Trail   Hiking
# Join the Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies ... the Trail
Hikers band! Thrill to outdoor life at its peak! The joys of the
open fire . . . hearty meals . . . the companionship of outdoor
lovers from the four corners of the globe.
Canadian-Rockies All-Expense Tours
INCLUDING
Banff • Lake Louise ♦ Emerald Lake
ORIGINATED as an aid to deflated
pocketbooks, these low-cost all-expense
tours are continued again in 1938 because
so many found them the best possible introduction to the glorious Canadian Rockies.
They have everything! You stop at famous
Banff Springs Hotel, lovely Chateau Lake
Louise and Swiss-like Emerald Lake Chalet—
and receive the best of everything. You
have time to play and rest: swim, hike,
play tennis, dance, fish. And for the usual
nominal fees, you can golf at Banff or ride
at   any  of  the   resorts.
BARGAIN TOURS
*57
$74
oo
50
4    COLORFUL DAYS -2    days    at     Banff,
2   days   at   Lake   Louise,   visit   Emerald   Lake
—Canadian   Pacific   Hotels,  including   General
Drive   at   Banff   and   Moraine   Lake   in   the   Valley   of
the  Ten   Peaks—all   expenses	
6    WONDERFUL DAYS -2 days at Banff,
2   days   at   Lake   Louise,   plus   I   day   optional
at   Banff   or   Lake   Louise,   I   day   at   Emerald
Lake—Canadian    Pacific    Hotels,    including    General
Drive at Banff and  Moraine Lake in the Valley of the
Ten   Peaks—all   expenses	
BOTH   TOURS   BEGIN  AT   BANFF  WESTBOUND
AND FIELD EASTBOUND—JUNE 11th
Continuing daily through the summer season, last tour to be completed
to conform with closing date of hotels, September 12. All tours
include meals, accommodations with bath at Banff Springs Hotel and
Chateau Lake Louise, and at Emerald Lake Chalet. Transportation from
Banff to  Field   (or  Field to  Banff)—126  miles of thrilling  motoring.
To figure total cost add rail  fare from  your city to
Field, B. C, and cost of tour.
126  Miles  of Thrilling   Motoring
In big comfortable modern buses with
tops that open up to the Alpine sunshine.
The Great Divide, Kicking Horse River
Pass, Cathedral Forest Glens, Mt. Stephen,
Moraine Lake and Natural Bridge are just
a  few of the  famous  landmarks you visit.
It's  Grand  Adventuring!
Interesting booklets show complete itineraries with map of the whole region and
give invaluable information. You will
want to study it before making any other
vacation   plans.    Write  for  it!
4 Open    Observation   Car—Rear   of   Solarium    Lounge—Operated    on
Canadian    Pacific   Trains   Through   Canadian    Rockies
CANADIAN PACIFIC
HOTELS
Owned and operated by Canadian
Pacific Railway. European Plan unless
otherwise   noted.
SEASON 1938
Banff, Alta.—"Banff Springs Hotel."
Open June 4 to September 12.
SWIMMING in Fresh or Sulphur
Outdoor  Pools, 50 cents  per person.
Calgary, Alta.—"Hotel Palliser."
Open  all  year.
Digby, N. S.—"The Pines." American Plan. Open June 24 to September   14.
Emerald Lake, B. C. (near Field)
—"Emerald Lake Chalet." American
Plan. Open June li to September
12.
Halifax,     N.    S.—"Lord
Open   all   year.
Kentville,    N.   S.—"The
Inn."     American     Plan,
year.
Lake Louise, Alta.—"Chateau Lake
Louise." Open June II to September 12. SWIMMING in Fresh Water
Outdoor   Pool,  50  cents  per  person.
McAdam, N. B. — "McAdam
Hotel." American Plan. Open all
year.
Quebec, Que. — "Chateau Frontenac."    Open   all   year.
Regina, Sask.—"Hotel Saskatchewan."    Open  all  year.
St. Andrews, N. B.—"Algonquin
Hotel." Season June 30 to September  6.    American   Plan.
Ont.-
year.
Nelson."
Cornwallis
Open     all
Toronto,
Open    all
Royal York Hotel."
Subway    between
Station   and   Hotel.
Vancouver,     B.    C—"Hotel
Van
couver."    Open  all  year.
Victoria, B. C—"Empress Hotel."
Open   all   year.
Winnipeg, Man.—"Royal Alexandra
Hotel." Open all year. Covered
passage  between  Station and   Hotel.
Yarmouth, N. S.—"Lakeside Inn."
American Plan. Open June 28 to
September 8.
SPECIAL. For stay of 2 weeks or
more 10% discount on room or
suite rates. For stay of 4 weeks
or more 20% discount on room or
suite rates at Banff, Lake Louise,
and  Emerald  Lake  (Field).
il
MOUNTAIN
American
Open    June    18    to
Radium    Hot
Lake Wapta
LODGES
Plan
September    10
Springs
Lake  O'Hara
Yoho  Valley
Open July I to October 15
Mount   Assiniboine   Lodge
Rates   on   Application
TEA HOUSES
CANADIAN ROCKIES
European   Plan
Open June II to September 12
Plain of Six Glaciers        Moraine Lake
*Twin   Falls Lake  Agnes
*Open   June   18.
SUMMER 1938
TRAIN SERVICE
A Distinguished Service—All-Year-
Round Chicago-Vancouver service
providing compartments, drawing
rooms, double bedrooms and sections, also lounge observation every
day in the year between Moose Jaw
and Vancouver. During summer season this service is augmented by the
operation of Chicago-Banff and St.
Paul-Vancouver sleeping  cars.
OPEN OBSERVATION CARS
through the  Rockies.
AIR - CONDITIONED SOLARIUM
LOUNGE, DINING AND STANDARD SLEEPING CARS, TOURIST
SLEEPERS AND COACHES.
THE  MOUNTAINEER
(Air Conditioned Throughout)
Sponsored by the Chicago & north
Western, Soo Line and Canadian
Pacific . . . serves the Canadian
Rockies. including Banff, Lake
Louise, Emerald Lake, the Yoho
Vallev . . . then on to Vancouver.
Coordinated transcontinental train
service provides throuqh travel for
the many who wish to enjoy the
"CANADIAN ROCKIES" as a feature   of  their  outing.
TRAINS — 1 AND 2
A service with refinement—between
Montreal, Winnipeg. Calgary, Canadian Rockies and Vancouver—offering all classes of equipment on
convenient fast schedules—every day
in   the   year.
THE DOMINION
A merited service—between Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver, all
classes of equipment — fast, daily
year 'round schedule. Taku    Glacier
AL
Through the
Sheltered
Inside Passages
to
KA
via CANADIAN PACIFIC
"Princess Jjners"
The Canadian Rockies Enroute
Via   Canadian   Pacific   Railway
• It costs so little to see America's "Last Frontier" . . .
land of strange and thrilling contrasts! Snow-capped
peaks and giant blossoms that rival the blooms of tropic
lands! Quaint old Indian settlements, veritable treasure
houses of ancient lore and curios . . . and scenes of Gold
Rush days. A delightful pleasure cruise 2,000 miles up
and down the smooth Inside Passage, winding through
mountain-hemmed, fjord-like waterways dotted with fascinating Alaskan towns.
The "Princess" Liners . . . during the summer
months the Canadian Pacific assign three of its finest
"Princess" Liners to passenger service to Alaska . . . trim,
smart-looking in their color scheme of black hull, white
deck housings—buff colored, maroon trimmed funnels
raked like a battle cruiser's—sturdy, racy looking. Oil-
burners and equipped with wireless . . . excellent dance
floors . . . splendid orchestras . . . delicious cuisine. Barbers,  lady hairdressers and  valet service also available.
6 PRINCESS
CRUISES
Two Sailings
Weekly from
Vancouver
at
Season's Height
•>;'**r5wwcgK.
$QC   Meals and Berth Included*
w^   From Vancouver, Victoria,
Seattle ... to Skagway and Return
*Except  at  Skagway
See Alert Bay, Prince Rupert, Ketchikan, Wrangell, Taku Glacier, Juneau,
Skagway . . . enjoying delightful "June climate" all the way . . . and
the pleasures of "ocean liner" life at modest cost! Deck games . . .
dancing!
Special 11-Day Cruises, from $115
Via Sitka and Skagway, from Vancouver, June 22 and July 4
From   Vancouver,   Victoria   or   Seattle;   meals   and    berth   included   except
at  Skagway.
Leave  Vancouver
9:00  p.m.
June 4,   II,   18,  29
July 2, 9,   13,   16, 20, 23,
27,   30
Aug.   3,   6,    IO,   13,   17,
20,  27,   31
Arrive Vancouver
9:00   a.m.
June 13. 20, 27
July   8,   II,    18.   22,   25,
29
Aug.  I, 5, 8,  12,  15,   19,
22, 26, 29
Sept.   5,   9
SCHEDULE OF SAILINGS
ALASKA   ROUTE
Leave    Skagway
7:00   p.m.
June 9,  16, 23
July 4, 7,  14,  18, 21, 25,
28
Aug.  I, 4, 8,  II,   15,   18,
22,   25
Sept.   I, 5
PRINCESS CHARLOTTE sails from Vancouver June 22 and July 4 at 11:00
a.m. on special 11-day Cruises, visiting interesting and unusual ports and
inlets ... $115  up.
SHORT CRUISES TO
NORTHERN  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
To   quaint,   picturesque   spots   ...   an   out-of-the-way  travel   adventure.
Four  and   one-half  days   ...  via  Canadian   Pacific   "Princess   Liners."
Round Trip from Round Trip from
Victoria to Port Alice, $39 Vancouver to Prince Rupert, $36
Including  Meals  and   Berth
See Campbell River, Englewood, Alert Bay, Port Hardy, Ocean Falls,
Walker  Lake Cannery,   Butedale   and   Bishop   Bay.
The North Pacific Coast to California
From North Pacific Coast points the journey may be continued to
California, via rail or steamer. Delightful stopovers may be made at
many interesting Pacific Coast cities and side trips to the great wonderlands of Mt. Rainier, Columbia River, Mt. Shasta, Crater Lake, Utah's
National Parks, scenic Colorado or any of the numerous other western
beauty   spots,   thus   completing   a   trip   of   unparalleled   interest. ITINERARIES MADE TO ORDER
The map shows the many diverse routes available over the
Canadian Pacific Railway no matter whether one's destination be
among the numerous famous resorts in the Rockies or through and
beyond them to the  North Pacific Coast, Alaska or California.
Many itineraries are available but all should include at least
one or more days' stop-over at the popular Canadian Pacific Resort
Hotels or mountain lodges enabling one to view the entire 600
miles of magnificent mountain  scenery  by daylight.
ALLURING ALL-EXPENSE HOLIDAY BARGAIN TOURS—4 and
6 Wonderful Days in the Canadian Rockies—126 miles of Alpine
motoring, including  General  Drive at Banff.   See page 4.
We shall be glad to prepare an itinerary to fit your individual
requirements—naturally our experience makes it possible to tell you
what to see and how best to see it in the time you have available
and approximately the cost. Call or write us at address shown on
cover of this folder; we shall be glad to send you literature and
happy to assist you.
VARIATIONS IN ROUTES
With and Without Extra Charge
Optional Routes Without Extra Charge
The following optional routes are available, without additional charge,
in  connection  with   Pacific  Coast  round-trip  tickets:
Via Winnipeg—Tickets should be routed "Via Emerson" instead of "Via
Portal"—no additional charge when tickets are routed via Soo Line
Canadian  Pacific."
Tickets may be routed "Via Emerson" instead of Portal, Via Duluth, thence
to St. Paul and Winnipeg—no additional charge when tickets are routed
via Soo Line Canadian Pacific.
Tickets   reading   between   Portal   or   Emerson   and   Vancouver   are   honored.
Via   Main   Line through  Calgary  and   Banff,   Alta.
Via   Dunmore,   Macleod  and:
Colvalli   and   Golden.
Kaslo,   Nakusp   and   Revelstoke.
Nelson,   Roseberry,   Nakusp   and   Revelstoke.
Nelson,   West   Robson,   Nakusp   and   Revelstoke.
Nelson,   Midway, via  Penticton  and   Merritt to Spence's  Bridge.
Nelson,   Midway,  via   Penticton,   Brodie  and   Hope.
Via Moose Jaw, Kerrobert, Wilkie or Macklin, and Wetaskiwin or Edmonton   and   Calgary,   or  via   Moose  Jaw,   Kerrobert,   Lacombe   and   Calgary.
or
also
Between   Winnipeg   and   Edmonton,   thence   through   Calgary,   via   Yorkton
Kirkella   and   Lanigan,   or   Regina   and   Bulyea,   or  Regina   and   Colonsay,
>o  via   Moose  Jaw  and   routes  shown   in   preceding   paragraph.
Between Nelson and Sicamous, via Midway to Penticton, C. P. S.,
Okanagan Landing, thence Hope and points west optional. THESE
ROUTINGS   APPLY   IN   REVERSE  DIRECTION.
Optional Routes on Extra Payment
Between Moose Jaw and Edmonton or Wetaskiwin, thence Calgary and
points west via Regina and Bulyea or Colonsay, Saskatoon and Wetaskiwin,
$1.45.
Between Portal or Emerson to Calgary and points beyond via Macleod,
$3.75.
Between Portal or Emerson and Macleod and points west, via Calqary.
$3.75.
VALIDATION
ALL PACIFIC COAST TICKETS MUST BE VALIDATED AT DESTINATION
BEFORE COMMENCING  RETURN  JOURNEY.
8 THRILLING  NORTHWOODS! OLD WORLD
You Can Enjoy
TORONTO
• It's Canada's "Queen
City" ... a city of beautiful parks and miles of magnificent lake front. Facing
majestic Lake Ontario is
the Royal York Hotel . . .
the largest hotel in the
British Empire with luxurious
facilities for travelers . . .
at surprisingly modest rates.
Royal   York   Hotel—Toronto
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• Here is unspoiled north-
woods and sporting territory! Streams and lakes
hemmed in by fragrant
pines. "Muskies," pike, bass
and other game fish to
challenge your skill! A snug
bungalow camp . . . with a
central Chalet for meals
and social life. Swimming,
golf, boating. And rates are
low.
Devil's Gap Recreation Center
Cottage   .   .   .   French   River
DEVIL'S GAP
• In the heart of the
Lake of the Woods resort region . . . with a
Canadian Pacific lodge
and central Chalet to
serve you. You can fish,
swim, sail, play golf and
tennis ... in a region
of impressive natural
beauty. In air so clean
and pure it's a happy
escape for hay fever victims.
10 SCENES! SEASIDE PLAYGROUNDS!
Them ALL in
CANADA
MONTREAL
• If you've never been
to Montreal you haven't
discovered the Paris of
America! Where French
and English are spoken
side by side. So cosmopolitan in atmosphere . .
so scenically thrilling.
The home of the McGill
University, historic landmarks and other fascinating points of interest.
Montreal  from  Mount Royal
Quebec
Quebec . . . Ancient and Modern
• So quaint, so old
world, so French and
hospitable is Quebec
that it will charm you indefinitely! Curious old
rambling streets, two-
wheeled caleches, intriguing little shops filled
with habitant handcraft.
Of course you'll stay at
the Chateau Frontenac,
looking down on the
broad St. Lawrence Seaway, dominating the
scene like an ancient
Norman castle.
£L /J*uve de Beaupre
• Just a short distance
from Quebec is this world-
famous shrine of healing
where pilesof crutches and
gifts tell a dramatic story
of the thousands who have
sought cures. One of the
highlights of your visit to
Quebec is this pilgrimage
made by thousands each
year ... a living monument to the deep religious
faith of quaint Quebec.
II
Shrine  at St.  Anne The    Algonquin    Hotel,
St.    Andrews-by-the-Sea
So Many Charming
Seaside Pleasure Spots!
# St. Andrews-by the-Sea, New
Brunswick . . . just across the border from Maine, this refreshing
seaside haven welcomes you with
its picturesque Algonquin Hotel.
Championship golf, sea bathing,
deep sea and fresh water fishing,
dancing  to fill  your days.
# The Pines at Digby . . . Nova
Scotia's premier resort. A salt
water pool for your daily "dips"
. . . and just a few minutes away
from the Digby Basin, fifty square
miles of water that is the scene
of many summer aquatic events.
Live here in the Pines Hotel or
one of its charming bungalow cottages.
$ Cornwallis Inn, Kentville, N. S.
. . . your headquarters for an adventure into Evangeline Land, the
storied country of Longfellow's
heroine. See, too, the rolling Gas-
pereau Valley, Cape Blomidon,
Cornwallis Valley ... in the land
of the Acadia.
Cornwallis   Inn
.   Kentville
0 Lord Nelson Hotel, Halifax . . .
a handsome and modern hostelry
facing the charming Public Gardens. So many historic landmarks
to explore ... a world-famous
picturesque harbor renowned for
gala aquatic events. Enjoy golf,
swimming, deep sea and fresh
water fishing  here.
Lord   Nelson   Hotel,   Halifax
Lakeside   Inn,   Yarmouth
Lakeside Inn, Yarmouth . . .
into the quaint lovely atmosphere
of this town of "wooden ships"
and "iron men" blend the hospitable character of Canadian Pacific's attractive inn at the southeast tip of Nova Scotia just 240
miles from Boston. Golf, tennis,
swimming, boating, fishing and interesting motor trips make it a
popular place for a delightful
summer  by the  sea.
12 The Romance of the Sea Lends
Unforgettable Charm to the
Mastitis PROVINCES
• Enjoy the zest of a vacation by the sea . . . the luxuries
of modern living ... the lure of your favorite sports . . .
in lands mellow with ancient charm, where life still clings
to the peaceful ways of unhurried, bygone days. In beautiful New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. And it's so easy
to reach these picturesque ocean resorts. St. Andrews-
i   I by - the - Sea   in   New   Brunswick
If
j  j   J is    only    a    few    minutes    from
Maine ... by rail or motor. Yet
what a different world you're in.
Set snugly between the St. Croix
River and Passamaquoddy Bay
. . . with safe sea bathing in
Katy's Cove . . . with the Bay of
Fundy for sailing adventures.
• With all its modern
sports and gay attractions
Nova Scotia has lost none
of the charms of antiquity.
The rugged outlines of sailing vessels dot its harbors.
Century old trees transform
the rolling Annapolis Valley
into a fairyland of blossoms. There's the ancient Gaspe-
reau Valley, Grand Pre with its mementos of Evangeline's
touching romance. And historic landmarks from its
southermost tip to the northern shores.
• By train or motor to Saint
John then across the Bay of
Fundy aboard the Canadian
Pacific S. S. "Princess Helene"
. . . and in a few short hours
you're in this quaintly romantic seaside playground,
Nova Scotia . . . for a holiday
of happy days, swimming, yachting, playing golf or tennis
. . . fishing in fresh water streams or trying your luck
and your skill at landing deep sea monsters.
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in the Maritime Provinces that
you   can   be   doing   something
different  all  the  time  ...  or
concentrating on your favorite
games, stimulated by the tang
of sea   breezes.   You'll  find  excellent  golf courses  and
tennis courts . . . smooth stretches of gleaming sands for
refreshing   "dips."    Sailing   and  motor  boating,  too,  on
cool  blue waters.   Amid  air so  refreshing you'll  be  "in
trim" for a gay evening of dancing to lilting orchestras,
or a  friendly  game  of bridge. and
New Brunswick is famous for its salmon fishing and its streams are
also well stocked with
speckled brook trout,
bass, landlocked salmon,
black bass and other
fish The salt water fisherman will find pollock
aplenty and tuna in the
Bay of Fundy.
And Nova Scotia?
There's anything here
from a mere two pounds
of speckled trout to
956 pounds of monster
tuna (the world's record!) No streams are }
leased to clubs or individuals so you can fish
with freedom wherever
you wish .... angling
for trout, salmon and
numerous other fish.
Competent guides are available. So if fishing's
your fun, you're sure of a great, good time.
There's really "big game" for hunters in the
Maritimes . . . plenty of deer, black bear and
game birds ranging through the forests of New
Brunswick. And in wooded Nova Scotia moose
and deer are well distributed. Wildcats, hares,
fox and raccoons are numbered among the many
species of small game found in goodly numbers.
And all up and down the province you can fill
your bag with ruffed grouse, woodcock, snipe,
wild geese, black duck and other water fowl. So
it's no wonder that anglers and huntsmen who
always seem to find the best spots for their sports
wait each year for the season to open in these
Maritime Provinces.
15
Printed in the U. S. A., April 1938 SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR
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Coast to Coast
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THOS. J. WALL
General Agent, Passenger Department
71  E. JACKSON BLVD., CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
WORLDS     GREATEST  TRAVEL   SVSTEM

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