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C L. WELDON
Manager
LORD   NELSON   HOTEL,
Halifax, N.S. (operated by
the Lord Nelson Hotel Co.,
Ltd.) overlooking the lovely
Public Gardens, is the centre of
the social, recreational and
business life of Halifax. A
modern    hostelry,    the    Lord
expresses     perfectly
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All rooms have bath or shower.
The Lord Nelson is noted for its
moderate charges.
the maritime atmosphere of
Halifax and is noted for its
comfortable, homelike accommodation and tempting
meals. Advance reservation
recommended.
Boating, golf and tennis are
among the many attractions
available.
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European Plan — Open All Year.
MEALS — A la Carte, and Table
d'Hote at popular prices.
For   further   information   and   reservations   communicate    with    Hotel    Manager
or    nearest    Canadian    Pacific    Agent.
—3 YARMOUTH, N.S.
All rooms in hotel have baths
R. M. ELLIS
Manager
With its air of an Old English
hostelry, Lakeside Inn proffers
thoughtful service and outstanding
meals. The Inn, and cottages which
combine privacy with summer hotel
congeniality, overlook Milo Lake,
about a mile from Yarmouth. In
addition to golf and tennis, you can
enjoy yachting, fishing, speed-
boating or swimming.
RATES—AMERICAN PLAN
(Open June 24 to Sept. 9, 1949)
Daily per person
Single room and
meals $12.00
Double room and
meals 11.00
Cottages:—
2 Bedrooms and Sitting Room,
Minimum $37.00 per day.
4 people    45.00 per day.
Children 7 years of age and
under—half rate. Over 7 years of
age—adult rate.
TRANSFER — (2K miles) — Taxi
fare 50c each way, including hand
baggage.   Trunk 50c each way. me0-
R. M. ELLIS
Manager
A "must" on
your holiday
Down East in
Canada is a stay
at the Digby Pines,
near picturesque
Digby, Nova Scotia. Every room
in the hotel, and
each cottage, has
a bathroom.
Vacation life at the Digby Pines can be seaside screened, warmed salt-water pool play tennis,
or countryfied as you choose. You can play golf walk, just loaf or drive through lovely countryside,
on   a   challenging   course,   swim   in   a   glass- There is plenty of garage room  for your car.
RATES—AMERICAN PLAN
(Open June 24 to Sept. 9, 1949)
Daily per person      Cottages
Single room and meals $1 3.00 and $14.00
Double room and meals $12.00
All rooms in hotel equipped with bath.
Children 7 years of age and under—half rate.
Over 7 years of age—adult rate.
1-Bedroom and sitting  room,   minimum  $27.00
per day.
2-Bedrooms, minimum of three   people, $40.00
per day; four people, $49.00 per day.
3-Bedrooms,  minimum   of   five  people,   $62.00
per day; six people, $71.00 per day.
TRANSFER—(% mile)—Taxi fare 50c each way, including hand baggage. Trunk 50c each way. KENTVILLE, N.S. R. M. ELLIS
Manager
Ideal combination of everyday and holiday
hotel, Cornwallis Inn keynotes the Annapolis
Valley and the Land of Evangeline.
For vacationers the Cornwallis is starting point
for visits to romantic scenes in Grand Pre,
Gaspereau, Minas Basin and Annapolis Royal.
For business men it is the centre of a prosperous
area and headquarters for buying and selling
for the apple district.
Equally handy for businessman or holiday-
maker is a good golf course.
DAILY RATES—(American Plan—Open All Year)
per person
Single room and meals $9.00 and   $10.00
Double room and meals $8.00  and   $9.00
Sitting Room—$7.00 extra per day.
87 rooms, all equipped with bath.
Children 7 years of age and under—half rate. Over
7 years of age—adult rate.
TRANSFER—(H mile), Taxi  fare 35c each way, in
cluding hand baggage.   Trunk 50c each way.
SERVICE     CLUBS—Rotary    Club     luncheon     each
Monday, Gyro Club dinner every second Friday.
6— ADMIRAL BEATTY HOTEL
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RATES—EUROPEAN  PLAN
Open All Year
Single       $3.00 to $6.00
Double         4.50 to 10.00
Meals—A    la   Carte   or   Table   d'Hote—
Dining  Room  or Cafeteria.
E. B. SWEENEY, Manager
Owned and operated by the Admiral Beatty
Hotel Co., Ltd., this is a modern hotel with
250 outside rooms, in the heart of the city
opposite King Square, the garden spot of Saint
John.
Motor trips invite you—shore drives, inland
trips, visits to Loch Lomond and Lake Utopia.
There is golf, tennis and swimming in season.
Just a mile or so off the entrance to Saint John
Harbour in the Bay of Fundy, are fishing grounds
for pollock, cod, mackerel, striped bass and
many other kinds of salt water fish.
McADAM, N.B.
McADAM HOTEL   miss E. E. quinn
Manageress
Rates—European Plan—Open All Year
Single Double
With bath      $4.00 $5.00
Without bath        3.00 4.00
Sharing bath         3.50 4.50
Adjoining McAdam Station, this Canadian
Pacific hotel is comfortable. Tempting meals are
served in the Dining Room. Faster service in
Lunch Room between trains. RATES—AMERICAN PLAN
Daily per person
Single room (with running water) and meals. $1 0.00 to $11.00
Double room (with running water) and meals 9.00 to 10.00
Single room (toilet, running water) and meals 1 2.00 to 14.00
Double room   (toilet,   running    water)   and
meals  11.00 to 1 3.00
Single room (with bath) and meals  1 5.00 to 1 7.00
Double room (with bath) and meals  1 3.00 to 1 5.00
Sitting rooms—$7.00 to $10.00 extra per day.
Children 7 years of age and under, half rate.
Over 7 years of age, adult rate.
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BY-THE-SEA, N.B.
J. A. CASHMAN, Manager
(Open June 25 to
September 6, 1949)
Many-gabled, half-timbered,
The Algonquin—just across the
border from Maine—graces picturesque St. Andrews by-the-Sea.
Here is the ideal setting for a
country house holiday. Here for
the season, year after year, you
meet the discriminating.
IN   THE   EVENINGS —The
Casino for life after sundown, is
headquarters for movies, dancing,
billiards and bowling. Set in the
spacious grounds, this "rumpus
room11 is close enough to be
handy — far enough to assure
quiet for early sleepers.
TRANSFER—(1 mile)—Taxi
fare 50c each way, including hand
baggage.    Trunk 50c each way.
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GOLF—Two excellent golf courses—an 18-
hole and a 9-hole—live up to the Scottish tradition
in turf, form, caddies and professional attendance—golf at its best.
SWIMMING—Katy's Cove for sheltered salt
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G. J. JESSOP, Manager
Winter resort, summer resort and year-round
metropolitan hotel, pinnacled and turretted like
a 16th century stronghold, the Chateau Frontenac
is unique. Its commanding site dominates the St.
Lawrence River and romantic Quebec City. It
is the social centre of the capital of French
Canada.
In the shadow of the Chateau lie the narrow
streets of the old city. Nearby are famous
historic landmarks—the Plains of Abraham —
Governor's Garden—Wolfe-Montcalm monument—the city walls—the Citadel—the Basilica
—the Ramparts—Dufferin Terrace.
Within easy motoring are the Shrine of Ste.
Anne de Beaupre and its panorama, the Isle of
Orleans, golf on a championship course and
many scenic drives.
DAILY RATES—(European Plan)—May 1 to September 30
Single with bath	
Double with bath	
Single without bath	
Double without bath	
Suites, Single Occupancy,
Double Occupancy,
$7.00 to    $9.50
11.00 to    18.00
4.50 to      6.00
9.00 to    11.00
$20.00 and $25.00
30.00 and    35.00
Child 7 years or under occupying room with
two adults—$3.00 additional to double rate
for cot. Over 7 years of age—adult rate.
Adult rate for cot $4.00.
TRANSFER: Between hotel and station (}A mile);
hotel and docks (1   mile).   Trunk 50c each way.
LUNCHEON HEADQUARTERS—Lions, Monday,- Rotary, Tuesday,- Optimist, Wednesday;
Kiwanis, Thursday.
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WINTER RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
October 1 to April 30
Single room with bath      $6.00 to $8.50
9.00 to 15.00
4.50 to    5.50
7.00 to    9.00
17.00 and 20.00
25.00 and 30.00
Double room with bath	
Single room without bath. . .
Double room without bath...
Suites, Single Occupancy. . .
Suites, Double Occupancy..
Child 7 years or under occupying room with
two adults—$3.00 additional to double rate for
cot. Over 7 years of age—adult rate. Adult
rate for cot $4.00.
Meals—A la Carte, also Table d'Hote and
Combination meals at reasonable prices in the
Main Dining Room. Lower priced meals served
in the Coffee Shop.
The Christmas-New Year season at the
Chateau Frontenac is famous. The musical
procession of the Boar's Head and Baron of
Beef is traditional at the old-fashioned Christmas
dinner. The carnival gaiety of New Year's Eve,
the vintage wines of the Chateau and the rhythms
of its orchestras are enjoyed by guests from every
part of Canada and the United States.
Winter sports in Quebec radiate from the
Chateau Frontenac and its Ski-Hawk Club. Ideal
country with ski-lifts and tows at Lac Beauport
and Valcartier reached by good bus service
makes Quebec a skier's mecca. The modern
parallel ski technique is taught by expert instructors of the Ski-Hawk Schools.
On Dufferin Terrace overlooking the St.
Lawrence River, a triple chute toboggan slide
and open air skating rink erected by the Chateau
provide nearby sport and exercise. Other
attractions are hockey matches and curling
bonspiels.
—12 Connected with the Union Station by
subway (trunk 75c each way) the Royal
York,1,200 room, year round, European
plan hotel, is close to business, theatres
and shopping.
All rooms are outside, have radio, tub
and shower.
RATES-
Single	
Double	
Suites:
Single	
Double	
Parlour bedrooms:
Single	
Double	
EUROPEAN PLAN
 $ 6.00 to $ 9.50
      9.50 to    13.00
 $15.00 up
    19.00 up
..$ 9.00 and $ 9.50
..   12.50 and    13.00
Child 7 years or less in room with two
adults—$1.00 additional to double rate
for cot.   Over 7 years—adult rate.
Imperial Room—String ensemble at
luncheon and dinner. Afternoon tea.
Supper dance every week night.
Venetian Cafe—Popular priced A la
Carte and Table d'Hote meals. Sandwich
Shop and Soda Fountain on Arcade Floor.
—13-
THE ROYAL YORK
TORONTO, ONT. THE ROYAL YORK
TORONTO, ONT.
Toronto—on  Lake Ontario, overnight from  many Canadian and  U. S. cities, is ideal
for conventions, banquets, meetings, dances and other social events.
The Royal York, largest
hotel in the British Empire, has
outstanding convention facilities—three large  rooms all on
one floor: Banquet Hall, 10,725
sq. ft.; Convention Hall with
mammoth organ and complete
stage, 9,100 sq. ft.,- Ball Room,
5,625 sq. ft.; all air-conditioned; 20 meeting rooms,
exhibit space, secretarial offices.
And, modern in decor, sophisticated in service, Toronto's
newest rendezvous, The Princess
Room.
Call    on    the    Convention
Manager  to   help   plan   your
meeting and the Maitre d'Hote
for social functions.
14 THE ROYAL YORK
For balls, business organization meetings or banquets the spacious air conditioned public rooms of the Royal York
Hotel are equipped to give maximum
service.
Toronto's night life takes on extra
glitter in the Royal York Hotel where
outstanding name bands and clever song
stylists set a gay tempo.
LUNCHEONS:
Advertising and Sales Club, 2nd and 4th Tuesday each month,- Associated Canadian Travellers
1st Saturday each month; Canadian Club, Monday,- Canadian Progress Club, Thursday,- Electric
Club, Wednesday,- Empire Club, Thursday,- Gyro Club, Tuesday,- Kiwanis Club, Wednesday,- Life
Underwriters Association, 3rd Thursday,- Lumbermen's Credit Bureau, 3rd Wednesday; Optimist
Club Wednesday,- Queens Alumni Luncheon Club, 2nd Monday,- Rotary Club, Friday,- Toilet
(joods Manufacturers, 1st Monday each month.
DINNERS:
Kinsmen Club, every other Thursday,- Quota Club, 2nd and 4th Tuesdays each month,- Purchasing
Agents Association, 2nd Wednesday,- Sales Research Club, 1st and 3rd Tuesdays,- Soroptimist
ri l' Vl k a a.y/ Toxr/onto Club of Printing House Craftsmen, 4th Wednesday,- Toronto Railway
Club, 4th Monday,- Young Men's Canadian Club, every other Monday,- Zonta Club every
other Wednesday.
-15— J. FORREST
Manager
(Open June 11 to Sept. 8, 1949)
Fishing in Lake of the Woods and nearby
waters, swimming and diving handy to the
Lodge, a safe beach for children, golf, tennis,
rowing, canoe and motor launch trips, boatmen
and guides—all these guarantee your Devil's
Gap holiday.
For fishermen the Kenora district offers small
mouth black bass, maskinonge and pickerel.
Launches, boats and canoes, boatmen and
guides are available at reasonable rates.
Every bungalow has electric lights, hot and
cold running water and toilet—some have
showers.
RATES—AMERICAN PLAN
Including room and meals
Daily rates
per person
In Cottage—With toilet, basin and
running water:
Single, in twin-bed cottage      $  9.00
Double (two   persons),   in   twin-bed
cottage	
Child 7 years or under, accompanying two adults, in extra bed or cot
in cottage or verandah	
Additional   adult  (or  child   over   7
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basin and running water:
Single room, in four-room cottage . .
Double (two   persons),   in   twin-bed
7.00
4.50
6.00
$ 9.00
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KENORA, ONTARIO
Child 7 years or under, accompanying two adults, in extra bed or cot
in cottage or verandah	
Additional   adult (or  child   over   7
years)	
Single occupancy of twin-bed cottage
5.00
7.00
11.00
TRANSFER—Station to dock by taxi, and dock to lodge by
motor launch—inclusive price $1.00 per person
each way. Hand baggage free. Trunk 50c
each way.
NOTE—Cottages at Devil's Gap Lodge contain 1 or 2 rooms,
some with and some without shower bath. All are
equipped with hot and cold running water, toilet,
screened verandah, and twin beds. WINNIPEG, MANITOBA
H. C. MACFARLANE, Manager
This 445 room hotel, linked by covered
way to the Canadian Pacific station, is
near business, shopping and theatrical
districts of Manitoba's capital. Many
service clubs and social organizations
meet there.
DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
Open All Year
Single with bath—$5.00 to $7.00.
Double with bath—$7.50 to $10.00.
Suites—Single $11.00 up
Double    15.00 up
Child 7 years or under occupying room with
two adults—$1.00 additional to double rate for
cot.   Over 7 years of age—adult rate.
A la Carte and Table d'Hote meals are
served in the Dining Room at popular prices.
For the convenience of less leisured diners there
is a coffee shop.
Covered passageway between hotel and
Canadian Pacific Station.   Trunk 25c each way.
EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION IS
AVAILABLE FOR MEETINGS, BANQUETS
AND CONVENTIONS
MEETING HEADQUARTERS
Luncheon: Kiwanis, Tuesday,- Rotary, Wednesday,- Gyro, Thursday,- Executive Association,
Friday,- Optimist, First Three Thursdays of month.
Dinner: Quota Club, First and Third Tuesday;
Optimist, Last Thursday each month.
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Transfer between hotel and Canadian Pacific
Station by taxi (H mile) 50c each way includes
hand baggage; checked hand baggage 25c per
piece each way,- Trunk 50c each way.
REGINA  EXHIBITION—August 1   to August
6, 1949 (inclusive)
-18—
A. G. E. ROBBINS, Manager
This 268 room brick and limestone hotel
overlooks Victoria Park in central Regina.
Modern, with equipment and service of Canadian
Pacific standards, Hotel Saskatchewan is the
social and business centre of the capital of the
Province for which it is named. Regina, Queen
City of the western plains, is training headquarters of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
Open All Year
Single with bath—
$5.00 to $7.00
Double with bath—
7.50 to 9.50
Suites — Single —$14.50 up
Double— 17.00 up
Child 7 years of age or under occupying room
with two adults—$1.00 additional to double
rate for cot.   Over 7 years of age—adult rate.
A la Carte and Table d'Hote meals, reasonably priced, are served in the Main Dining
Room, and, at popular prices in the Coffee Shop.
MEETING HEADQUARTERS
Rotary, Kiwanis, Monday,- Gyro, Thursday;
Soroptimist, 1st and 3rd Wednesdays.
Excellent Accommodation for Meetings,
Banquets and Conventions. CALGARY, ALBERTA
R. M. DEYELL, Manager
Calgary, af the confluence of the Bow and
Elbow Rivers, just east of the Canadian Rockies,
is a logical break in the journey to or from the
Pacific Coast.
The   Palliser,   489   room,   modern   hotel   is
close to the( city's centre.    Famed for its annual
Stampede", Calgary serves large irrigated farm
areas as well as Canada's cattle country.
DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
Open All Year
Single with bath —
$5.00 to $7.50
Double with bath
7.50 to 10.00
Suites—Single     $12.50 up
Double       1 5.50 up
Child 7 years or under occupying room with
two adults—$1.00 additional to double rate for
cot.    Over 7 years of age—adult rate.
A la Carte and Table d'Hote meals are
served in the stately main Dining Room. The
Coffee Shop, Lobby Floor, is rated Calgary's
finest.
LUNCHEON HEADQUARTERS OF:
Kiwanis, Monday,- Rotary, Tuesday,- Gyro
and Lions, Wednesday,- Probus, Thursday.
Close to Canadian Pacific Station. Trunk
50c each way.
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H. C. LYLE, Manager
Heart of the mountains from which it
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Banff National Park, this 593 room hotel
is North America's outstanding resort.
Tame "wild" animals in the Park include
Buffalo, Elk, Bighorn Sheep.
(Open June 1 to September 11, 1949.)
DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
All Rooms with Bath
Sulphur Mountain View
Single Room      $ 9.00; $10.00
Double Room        12.00,-    13.00
Triple Room (3 persons)      1 7.25
Bow Valley View
Single Room      $11.00,- $13.00
Double Room        1 5.00,-    17.00
Triple Room (3 persons)      21.75
Suites—from $20.00
Child 7 years or under occupying room with
two  adults,   $3.00  additional   to   double   rate
for cot.
TRANSFER—1 Yi miles—Between Station and Hotel, 50 cents per person
each way. Hand Baggage free,-cheeked baggage 50 cents a piece each way.
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Cradled in the spectacular valley of the Bow
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the average player. Stanley Thompson, whose
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scenic course. Three sets of tees and the plan
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SPECIAL EVENTS AT BANFF
INDIAN DAYS AT BANFF—July 21 to 24,
1949. A colourful spectacle that brings three to
four hundred Stoney Indians to Banff each
summer for their tribal sports.
TRAIL   RIDERS   OF   THE   CANADIAN
ROCKIES—An order that holds an official riding
and camping trip each year. Three parties—
July 15 to 19, July 22 to 26 and July 15 to
26, 1949.
THE SKY LINE TRAIL HIKERS'  CAMP—
July 30 to August 3, 1949. Organized with the
object of encouraging more extensive use of
the trails.
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BANFF SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS—July 12
to August 20, 1949.   A summer school of music,
drama and art.
GOLF,  MOUNTAIN   CLIMBING,   TENNIS,
BOATING, FISHING AND SWIMMING.
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C. M. RENNIE, Manager
Lake Louise, near the Great Divide of
the Canadian Rockies, is one of the
world's scenic high-spots. Facing magnificent Victoria Glacier, Chateau Lake
Louise—its 386 rooms each with a
mountain view—overlooks the lake. Rock
gardens and poppy-filled terrace beds
deck the sun-drenched, lakeside southern
exposure. Canadian Pacific Railway and
mountain highways are close by.
(Open June 11 to September 11,1949.)
DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
All Rooms with Bath
Pipestone Range View
Single Room      $9.00
Double Room      12.00
Triple Room (3 persons)      17.25
Lake View
Single Room $11.00,-   $1 3.00
Double Room      1 5.00/   17.00
Triple Room (3 persons)      21.75
Suites—from $25.00
Child 7 years or under occupying room with
two adults $3.00 additional to double rate for
cot.
TRANSFER—(3 miles)—Between Station and
Hotel, 50 cents per person each way. Hand
baggage free,- checked baggage 50 cents a
piece each way.
Picture windows in the bright, high-
ceilinged dining room of Chateau Lake
Louise frame magnificent views of
Victoria Glacier, Mount Victoria and
the milky jade-like lake from which your
friendly, comfortable hotel takes its name.
Between the Chateau and the rim of the
lake many-hued Iceland poppies and
rock-garden blooms wave in the gentle,
scent-spiced mountain breezes.
To fill your days at Lake Louise there
are boating, fishing, hiking, riding, dancing and putting green. Well-kept trails
lead to nearby glaciers, upland valleys
carpeted with wild-flowers, lakes and
passes. Sure-footed mountain ponies are
tireless and careful. To make your hikes
worthwhile or for real mountain climbing
Swiss guides are available.
Flanking the terrace there is a glass-
enclosed sunny open-air swimming pool
for guests of the Chateau. Water is filtered
from the glacial lake and warmed to a
pleasant temperature.
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'*■.*•'■- ■ * ..'»• Comfortable rooms, tempting meals characterize this chalet, facing the incredible Columbia
Icefield, 85 miles north of Lake Louise by spectacular mountain highway.
(Open June 1 5 to September 15,1949)
Riding—hiking—climbing—summer skiing
Garage and service station facilities
Mountain View
without bath
$  3.50; $ 4.50
5.50;      6.50
$  8.00; $ 9.00
14.50;    15.50
RATES— Glacier View
European Plan     with bath
Single $  5.50; $  7.00
Double. . .      8.50;    10.00
American Plan
Single $10.00; $11.50
Double...   17.50;    19.00
Daily motor coach service to and from Lake
Louise.   Fare from Chateau Lake Louise—
One way. . . $7.25;    Return . . $1 2.50, plus tax.
Stopover allowed.
SUNSHINE LODGE:*
At the edge of Simpson Pass, a motor ride
from Banff. Open July 1 to Sept. 30 for riding,
climbing, fishing; December 1 to April 30
as a base for hunting—outside the National
Park—and winter skiing on miles of timber-free
slopes. Return motor fare from Banff $2.50
per person, plus tax.
*Owned and operated by Brewster Transport
Company, Ltd., Banff, Alta.
SUNSHINE LODGE RATES
American  Plan—per  person   (two   or  more  to
a room)    Type uAn    Type MBn
$7.50 $6.50
Single and Double rooms at slightly higher
rates when available.
—25— Mountain life in all its rugged beauty is
offered by attractive, comfortable modern lodges
and tea houses in the heart of the Canadian
Rockies. Cleverly sited amid secluded trails,
woods and lakes of the great mountains, they
offer healthful activity, rest, relaxation and
informality not far from the Canadian Pacific
Railway main line.
CANADIAN PACIFIC LODGES
(Owned by Canadian Pacific Railway, operated by Lessee)
American Plan—Rates from   $6 50 a day per
person—two in a room,- $8.00 single.
Yoho Valley, near
Field, B.C. (June 18
to Sept. 8, 1949)
Lake Wapta,
Hector, B.C. (June 18
to Sept. 8, 1949)
Lake O'Hara, via
Hector, B.C. (June 18
to Sept. 8, 1949)
Moraine Lake, near
Lake Louise, Alta.
(June 11   to Sept. 11,
1949)
TEA HOUSES
(Owned by Canadian Pacific Railway, operated by Lessee)
Plain of Six Glaciers—
open June 11 to Sept. 11, 1949
Lake Agnes—open June 11 to Sept. 11, 1949
Twin Falls Chalet—open July 1 to Sept. 1, 1949
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OTHER LODGES
Reached by the Canadian Pacific Railway
♦Radium Hot Springs,
Radium Hot Springs,
Mount Assiniboine,
via Banff, Alta.
(Owned and operated
by Erling Strom. Open
July 1 to Oct. 10,
1949)
B.C. (Owned and
operated by Miss
Charlotte Armstrong.
Open May to Sept.,
—26—
1949)
Each lodge comprises a central building or chalet with dining room and lounge, surrounded by
cottages. Electricity, comfortable beds, stone fireplaces are standard; some cottages have toilets, hot
and cold running water, shower baths. Mountain lodges offer nature's solitude when you want it, the
companionship of other outdoor folk for hikes, rides, climbs and informal social evenings.
CUSTOMS: Baggage from United States points for the Lodges should be checked or shipped by express in bond
to Lake Louise Station, Lake Louise, Alta., the nearest Canada Customs Port. The Lodge Management will
help arrange prompt customs clearance.
*Cabins at Radium Hot Springs available without the service of meals—Cooking
facilities available or meals may be obtained in nearby cafes. (Open June 11 to Sept. 11, 1949)
AMERICAN PLAN
In Yoho National Park, seven miles from
Field, B.C., in cool, green depths of forest,
Emerald Lake is surrounded by snow-topped
mountains ... a delightful setting for Emerald
Lake Chalet and its private cottages—all with
hot or cold water. Recreations include boating,
riding, hiking, fishing and mountain climbing.
RATES PER PERSON
In the Chalet—
Single room and meals, without bath
Single room and meals, with bath . .
In Cottage—
Single room and meals, with bath . .
Double room and meals, with bath .
Three persons occupying cottage with
2 bedrooms and connecting bath
Four persons occupying cottage with
2 bedrooms and connecting bath
In Lakefront Cottage—
Single occupancy of twin-bed room
and meals, with bath	
Double room and meals, with bath .
Three persons occupying cottage with
2 bedrooms and connecting bath
Four persons occupying cottage with
2 bedrooms and connecting bath
Child 7 years of age and under, half
Over 7 years of age, adult rate.
$  8.50
10.50
12.00
9.50
10.00
9.00
18.00
14.00
12.00
11.00
rate.
FIELD, B.C.
MRS. E. M. JACKSON,
Manageress
Owing to limited capacity, large special parties cannot be accommodated
and reservations for smaller parties must be confirmed before sale.
Transfer
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J miles
Between Field station and Chalet, $1.00 plus tax per person each way.
Hand baggage free; checked baggage $1.00 a piece each way.
CUSTOMS: Baggage from United States points for Emerald Lake
Chalet should be checked or shipped by express in bond to Lake
Louise Station, Lake Louise, Alta., the nearest Canada Customs
Port. The Chalet Management will help arrange prompt customs
clearance.
—27— HOTEL VANCOUVER
Vancouver, British Columbia.
M. H. BURNS
Manager
(Operated by the Vancouver Hotel Company,
Ltd., on behalf of the Canadian Pacific and
Canadian National Railway Companies.)
This modern 560 room hotel on Georgia
Street dominates the business, shopping,
financial and theatrical districts of
Canada's gateway to the Orient. It is
only four blocks from the Canadian
Pacific Railway station and the steamship
piers.
DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
Open All Year
Single $   5.00 to    $9.00
Double       7.50 to    1 2.00
Suites $16.00 a day up
All rooms have combination tub and shower
baths.
Commercial Sample Rooms—combination and
straight—modern in lighting and equipment.
A la Carte and Table d'Hote meals in the Main
Dining Room. Low priced, air-conditioned
Cafeteria. Dinner dance, 7 to 10 p.m., every
Wednesday. Supper dance, Fridays and
Saturdays—on the Panorama Roof.
—28—
MEETING HEADQUARTERS —Gyro, Mondays;
Rotary, Tuesdays; Kiwanis, Thursdays; Electric Club,
Fridays,- Board of Trade, Canadian Club, as announced. VICTORIA, B.C.
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J. K. HODGES
Manager
This charming 573-room hotel graces a beautiful garden facing the placid
waters of Victoria's Inner Harbour. Victoria itself, capital of British Columbia, is famous
for its parks and flowers. Other attractions are the Government buildings, Museum,
Dominion Astrophysical Observatory, and gardens noted for their colourful beauty at
all seasons. An eauable climate enables one to enjoy hunting in season, golf, tennis,
riding, and fishing in nearby waters, the year round.
DAILY RATES (European Plan—Open All Year)
May 15th to Oct. 14th Other Months
Harbour, Garden or Street View,
Single  $7.00 to $10.50 $6.00 to $9.50
Double  10.50 to   15.00 8.50 to 13.00
Open Court Rooms, Single                          $6.00 up $5.00 up
Double                            9.50 up 7.50 up
Suites                          $15.00 up $13.00 up
Child 7 years or under occupying room with two adults, $1.00 additional to double rate for cot.
Over 7 years of age—Adult rate.
MEALS—A la Carte, also Table d'Hote and combination meals at low, popular city prices.
LUNCHEON HEADQUARTERS—Gyro, Monday; Kiwanis, Tuesday,- Rotary, Thursday,- Lions and
Capital   City  Commercial   Club,   Friday,-  Kinsmen  Dinner every
2nd Thursday.
FLOWER GARDENS OF VICTORIA
Reminiscent of Old England, Victoria is lovely and enchanting. Its profusion of
colourful blooms lends a delicate beauty to this land of flowering gardens—Empress
Hotel Rock and Rose Gardens—Butchart's Gardens—beautiful parks. This city has rare
old-world charm and an atmosphere of auiet repose.
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maximum sunshine. Year-round golf on
seaside links and lawn tennis call you to
Victoria. The Crystal Garden—one of
world's largest enclosed sea-water swimming pools—for Turkish, steam, hot sea-
water baths, Swedish and electric massage
—adjoins the Empress Rose Garden.
Year-end Festivities.— The Empress
hotel has long been noted for its cele-
oration of Christmas— carols, the Boar's
Head, the Yule Log—when guests join
in revels conducted with all the traditional
frolic of Old England.
TRANSFER—Between hotel and Canadian
Pacific, B.C.C.S. docks (34 mile); hotel and
ocean docks (13^ miles). Trunks 50c each way;
hand baggage 25c each piece, maximum
charge,  $1.00 for 4 or more pieces.
IN      ,
4905
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