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TOURNAMENT
ROYAL COLWOOD GOLF CLUB COURSE
Victoria, B.C., March 7 to 12,1938
THE picturesque course of the Royal Colwood Golf Club will be the scene of the Tenth Annual Empress
Winter Amateur Golf Tournament, from March 7 to 12 for the Sir Edward Beatty Challenge Cup,
Chamber of Commerce Trophy, Victoria Rotary Club Rose Bowl, the Matson Inter-District Team Cup and
other prizes.
The competition is open to guests of the Empress Hotel and members in good standing of clubs in Victoria
City.    The entrance fee is $3.00 for ladies and $6.00 for men.
The tournament will be divided into classes for both ladies and men. The qualifying round for men
will start morning of March 7 and for ladies in the afternoon. The first sixteen in each class will form the
championship flight, and eighteen holes will be played daily thereafter until the finals are reached. There
will be consolation and other flights for the remaining contestants.
Dinner Dance and entertainment every evening in the Empress Hotel, with presentation of prizes at a
Grand Ball on Saturday night.
Special Rates at the Empress Hotel during Tournament
For Stay of Seven Days
Single   room with bath—European Plan	
Double room with bath—European Plan	
$24.50
35.00
Also   SPECIAL   BUS   SERVICE   TWICE   DAILY   between   hotel   and
Royal Colwood Course—25c each way.
Full particulars and reservations may be obtained from any Canadian Pacific agent, or from the Manager,
Empress Hotel, Victoria, B.C.
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This ideal winter playground on Vancouver Island provides a glorious change—favorable climate
paralleling the climatic optimum—the tang of Pacific breezes combined with warming winter sunshine—
minimum rainfall.
Spend your winter holiday at the "Empress," a charming hotel with 570 rooms. The "Empress" is also
the social centre of Canada's Evergreen Playground. Enjoy the Old English Yuletide festivities in December,
prepared for guests of the "Empress."
SPECIAL WINTER VACATION RATES
EUROPEAN PLAN
In effect from November 1, 1937, to April 30, 1938
MONTHLY RATE—For stay of one month or longer:
Room with bath, single as low as $75.00
Room with bath, double (2 Persons) as low as 100.00
DAY VISITORS' RATES
September 16th to June 14th June 15th to September 15th
Room with bath, single from $4.00        Room with bath, single from $5.00
Room with bath, double (2 Persons).  from   6.00        Room with bath, double (2 Persons)    from   8.00
(Between Sept. 16 and June 14, discount of 10% allowed on the day room rates for a stay of two weeks or longer)
MEALS—A la carte, also table d'hdte and combination meals at low, popular city prices.
Transfer:—Hotel and Canadian Pacific Railway S.S. docks   % Mile
Hotel and Ocean Docks llA Miles
Trunk 50c each way; Hand Baggage free.
Luncheon Headquarters:—Gyro, Mondays; Kiwanis, Tuesdays; Rotary, Thursdays.
CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR IN VICTORIA
Sunshine-flooded golf courses; lawnlike fairways; greens as smooth as a tabletop; riding, fishing, hiking
or motoring—the Crystal Garden with one of the largest enclosed sea-water bathing pools in the world,
Turkish and steam baths, hot sea-water baths, Swedish and electric massage—these are some of the
attractions that invite the lover of summer sports to Victoria in winter. You will not want to miss the
Yuletide festivities so lavishly prepared for guests of the Empress Hotel—bringing in the Yule-log, the
savoury Boar's Head—Christmas carols—all the frolics and fun of a genuine Old English Yuletide celebration.
SPRING IN VICTORIA
The Victoria Spring Garden Festival will be held May 4-11, 1938, under the auspices of the Vancouver
Island Horticultural Society and sponsored by the Empress Hotel.
The programme will include a flower festival at the Empress Hotel and the opening of many of Victoria's
most  characteristic and  exclusive  gardens.    Lectures  and   folk dancing exhibitions will also be arranged. HOTEL VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER is a beautiful city located on a natural land-locked harbor between the Fraser River and
Burrard Inlet. Many attractions are offered the visitor—Stanley Park, Burrard Inlet, Capilano Canyon,
Grouse Mountain and nearby Harrison Hot Springs.    It is the gateway to Alaska, Hawaii, the Orient, New
Zealand and Australia, and is served by the "White Empresses"
- of the Canadian Pacific fleet and Canadian Australasian liners.
Here, commandingly situated on Granville Street, stands
the Canadian Pacific HOTEL VANCOUVER with its excellent
appointments, delightful roof garden and modern facilities
for the convenience of guests.
HOTEL VANCOUVER
Vancouver,   British Columbia
525 Rooms
RATES—(European Plan—Open All Year)
September 16th to June 14th
Single without bath    $2.50
Double without bath      4.00
Single   with bath      4.00; 5.00; 6.00;   7.00
Double with bath      6.00; 7.00; 8.00; 10.00
Suites—$12.00 up
June 15th to September 15th
Single   without bath    $3.00
Double without bath      5.00
Single   with bath      5.00; 6.00; 7.00
Double with bath      7.00; 8.00; 9.00; 10.00 .
Suites—$15.00 up
MEALS—A la carte, also table d'hdte and combination meals
at low, popular city prices.
Transfer., 1/3 Mile
Between station, S.S. docks and hotel; Trunk 50 cents each way.
Luncheon Headquarters:
Gyro,    Mondays;    Rotary,    Tuesdays;    Kiwanis,    Thursdays;
Board   of   Trade,   1st   and   3rd   Thursdays;   Electric,   Fridays. HARRISO N   HOT   SPRINGS
HARRISON HOT SPRINGS HOTEL
(American Plan—Open All Year)
Seventy-five miles east of Vancouver on the main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway (station, Agassiz,
B.C.), and situated amid lakes, mountains and virgin forests, Harrison Hot Springs is Canada's premier spa.
The hot mineral springs (sulphur and potash)—modern bath
establishment directed by a physician—indoor swimming pool
and  many  sports  and  entertainments  make  this a  popular
vacation and health centre.
(Operated by the Harrison Hot Springs Hotel Co. Ltd.)
Rates from $5.00 to $10.00 per day. Weekly, monthly and
family rates on application. All-inclusive special physical
reconditioning course, $40.00 per week.
For literature and reservations—ask  any  Canadian  Pacific
agent, or write the manager of hotel.
HARRISON HOT SPRINGS HOTEL
Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia HOTEL PALLISER
HOTEL PALLISER, Calgary, Alta. Up-to-date and fireproof . . . commandingly situated in the centre of
Calgary. 486 modernly furnished rooms assure guests the maximum in comfort and rest. A delightful place
to break your journey enroute to or from the Canadian Rockies or the Pacific Coast.
Calgary is situated at the junction of the Bow and Elbow
Rivers. A short distance to the west are the Canadian
Rockies; southward is the irrigated farm area, while eastward
stretch the rolling prairies.
RATES
(European Plan—Open All Year)
Single    $4.00; $5.00; $7.00
Double      6.00;   7.00;   9.00
Suites—$10.00 up
MEALS—A la carte, also table d'hdte and combination meals
at low, popular city prices.
Luncheon Headquarters of:
Kiwanis, Mondays; Rotary, Tuesdays; Gyro and Lions,
Wednesdays; Probus, Thursdays.
Adjacent to C.P.R. Station.    Trunk 25c each way.
HOTEL PALLISER HOTEL SASKATCHEWAN
HOTEL SASKATCHEWAN, Regina, Sask. 270 Rooms. One of the later additions to the Canadian Pacific
chain. An imposing structure of limestone and brick, centrally located in Regina, the Hotel Saskatchewan
overlooks Victoria Park and offers a commanding view of the boulevards of the city. Its modern equipment,
fine cuisine and high standard of service make it a delightful resting place in the heart of Canada's Great West.
REGINA, the queen city of the western plains and the capital
of the Province of Saskatchewan, is well worth a visit.
RATES—(European Plan—Open All Year)
Single    $4.00; $5.00
Double      6.00;   7.00; $8.00
Suites—$10.00 up
MEALS—A la carte, also table d'hdte and combination meals
at low, popular city prices.
Meeting Headquarters:
Rotary, Kiwanis, Mondays, and Kinsmen every other
Monday; Gyro, Thursdays.
Transfer 1/3 Mile
Between  Hotel and  Union Station.    Bus fare 25c each way,
includes hand baggage.    Trunk 25c each way.
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ROYAL ALEXANDRA HOTEL
A modern, fireproof structure situated within a short distance of the business, shopping and theatrical
districts of the city, and adjacent to the Canadian Pacific Railway station.    Its spacious public and private
rooms, perfection of service and cuisine, combined with
homelike comforts, make it a popular stopping place for
visitors to Winnipeg.
Adequate accommodation is available for conventions,
meetings and banquets.
I 460 Rooms
| RATES—(European Plan—Open All Year)
Single   with shower    $3.00
Double with shower      4.50
Single   with bath..   $3.50; $4.00; $4.50;   5.00
Double with bath..     5.50;   6.00;   7.00;   8.00
Suites—$10.00 up
MEALS—A la   carte,   also   table  d'hdte  and   combination
meals at low, popular city prices.
A Coffee Shop is also located in the hotel where meals are
served a la carte at popular prices or on the club plan as
follows:
Club breakfast 25   .40   .50
Club lunch         .30   .45   .50
Club dinner      .70   .75
Covered   passageway   between   Hotel   and   C.P.R.  Station.
Trunk 25 cents each way.
ROYAL ALEXANDRA HOTEL Luncheon Headquarters:
Winnipeg, Manitoba Kiwanis, Tuesdays; Rotary, Wednesdays; Gyro, Thursdays, ROYAL YORK HOTEL
Largest Hotel in the British Empire
European Plan—1156 Rooms—Open All Year
Opposite the Union Station, with which it is connected by
subway, eliminating taxi fares.    Conveniently  located  to the
shopping, theatre and business districts.
All outside rooms and many private suites ranging from
two-room Bachelor Suites to the luxurious Viceregal Suite.
All rooms are equipped with tub  bath and shower—also radio.
Room with bath and shower, from $4.00
IMPERIAL ROOM:—Rex Battle's Concert Orchestra during
luncheon and dinner periods. Nightly Supper Dance with
Horace Lapp and his Orchestra, assisted by talented artists.
VENETIAN ROOM:—A popular priced restaurant.
Popular priced & la carte meals, also table d'hdte as follows:
Imperial Room        Venetian Room
Breakfast 50 and .75
Luncheon    1.00 up
Dinner    1.50 up
.40 and .65
.65 up
.65 up
Finest Convention facilities on the Continent—an entire floor
devoted to conventions.
Subway passage between hotel and Union Station.
Trunks 50c each way.
MEETING HEADQUARTERS:
LUNCHEONS—Advertising and Sales Club, 1st Tuesday each
month; Canadian Club, Mondays; Canadian Progress Club,
Thursdays; Civitan Club, 2nd and 4th Wednesdays; Electric
Club, Wednesdays; Empire Club, Thursdays; Gyro Club,
Tuesdays; Kiwanis Club, Wednesdays; Optimists Club,
Tuesdays; Rotary Club, Fridays.
DINNERS—Kinsmen Club, every other Thursday; Soroptimist
Club, 1st Tuesday; Toronto Passenger Club, 3rd Monday;
Toronto Railway Club, 4th Monday; Young Men's Canadian
Club, every other Monday; Zonta Club, every other Wednesday.
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Toronto, Ontario CORNWALLIS INN
CORNWALLIS INN, Kentville, N.S., in the Land of Evangeline, one of the outstanding hotels in Nova
Scotia operated by the Canadian Pacific Railway. It is an attractive hotel offering every comfort and convenience, every facility for rest and recreation. Situated in the centre of the apple district the Cornwallis
is the headquarters for the many buyers and  others interested in this trade, as well as the numerous
commercial men and tourists who frequent this district.
RATES
(American Plan—Open All Year)
Single   room and meals—$6.00, $7.00 and $8.00
Double room and meals— 5.00,   6.00 and   7.00 per person
90 Rooms all equipped with bath
Headquarters for Rotary Club Luncheon each Monday
and Gyro Dinner every 1st and 3rd Friday.
Transfer lA Mile
Bus fare  25 cents each way, including hand  baggage.
Trunk 50 cents each way.
CORNWALLIS INN
On your way east stop over at the
McADAM HOTEL, McAdam, N.B.
American Plan—Open All Year
'Canadian Pacific—World's Greatest Travel System" LORD NELSON HOTEL
LORD NELSON HOTEL, Halifax, N.S., (operated by the
Lord Nelson Hotel Company), overlooks the Public Gardens
and is the centre of the social, recreational and business life
of Halifax. A modern hostelry, the Lord Nelson expresses
perfectly the maritime atmosphere of the city and is conveniently situated on the main motor routes.
When in Halifax during the Yuletide season, enjoy your
Christmas Dinner at the Lord Nelson and remain for the
Christmas Night dance—a happy family party.
RATES
European Plan—Open All Year
Single with bath    $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
Double with bath      5.00,   5.50, $6.00, $7.00 and $8.00
Bed Sitting Rooms....     5.00 each
Monthly Rates
Single with bath  from   $50.00
Double with bath    . .  from     60.00
Sitting room and bedroom with bath from   100.00
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MEALS—A la carte, also table d'hdte at popular city prices.
For further information and reservations communicate with hotel manager
or nearest Canadian Pacific agent.  SUMMER
RESORTS
RESORT HOTELS
In the Canadian Rockies
Banff Springs Hotel Banff, Alta.
(European Plan—Open June 4 to Sept. 12, 1938)
Chateau Lake Louise. Lake Louise, Alta.
(European Plan—Open June 11 to Sept. 12, 1938)
Emerald Lake Chalet Field, B.C.
(American Plan—Open June 11 to Sept. 12, 1938)
NOTE—All-Expense    Tours    in    the    Canadian
Rockies  are   operated   during   the  summer.
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IN THE MARITIMES
AMERICAN PLAN
Algonquin Hotel. . .St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, N.B.
(Open June 30 to Sept. 6, 1938)
The Pines Hotel. Digby, N.S.
(Open June 24 to Sept. 14, 1938)
Lakeside Inn Yarmouth, N.S.
(Open June 28 to Sept. 8, 1938)
LODGES
In the Canadian Rockies
AMERICAN PLAN
Open June 18 to Sept. 10, 1938
Yoho Valley Lodge   Field, B.C.
Lake Wapta Lodge Hector, B.C.
Lake O'Hara Lodge by pack train from Hector, B.C.
Radium Hot Springs Lodge, Radium Station, B.C.
(Owned and operated by Miss Charlotte Armstrong)
Mount Assiniboine   Lodge  (owned and operated
by Erling Strom)—Two days ride from Banff, Alta.
(Open July 1 to Oct. 15, 1938)
TEA HOUSES
In the Canadian Rockies
Plain of Six Glaciers Lake Louise, Alta.
Lake Agnes Lake Louise, Alta.
(Open June 11 to Sept. 12, 1938)
Twin Falls Field, B.C.
Moraine Lake Lake Louise, Alta.
(Open June 18 to Sept. 10, 1938)
IN ONTARIO
AMERICAN PLAN
Devil's Gap Lodge Kenora, Ont.
(Open June 17 to Sept. 12, 1938)
French River Chalet-Bungalow Camp
French River, Ont.
(Open June 20 to Sept. 20, 1938)
This winter enjoy the thrill of ski-ing in the Canadian Rockies—at Banff, Mount Norquay, Sunshine Valley,
Mount Assiniboine, Lake Louise and Skoki Valley. Ski-ing conditions above the timber line are comparable
to those in the Austrian Tyrol, with its dry, powdery snow.    Season extends until mid-April.    Low rail fares. FRONTEMAC, QUEBEC
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EUROPEAN PLAN OPEN ALL YEAR
Built in the style of a sixteenth century chateau, the Chateau Frontenac is fireproof throughout and
modern in equipment and service. It is the social centre of Quebec City and many gay parties are held within
its walls.
QUEBEC CITY itself is very interesting with its historic monuments—the Plains of Abraham—Governor's
Garden on St. Louis Street—the Wolfe-Montcalm monument—the Cardinal's Palace—the ages-old St.
Louis, Kent and St. John gates—the Citadel and fortifications—the Ramparts and many other landmarks
of the past that stir the imagination.
The Yuletide Season at the Chateau Frontenac is a joyous one. At Christmas there is the old-fashioned
dinner with procession of Baron of Beef, Boar's Head and cheerful Christmas Music. New Year's Eve, with
its Carnival, brings many guests from all parts of Canada and the United States to celebrate with wining and
dining and the cheerful, joyous music of the Chateau Frontenac Orchestra.
SPECIAL WINTER RATES
(Oct. 1, 1937, to April 30, 1938)
Single   room without bath $3.50 and $4.00
Double room without bath..   5.00 and   6.00
Single   room with bath $4.00, $4.50,   5.00 and   6.00
Double room with bath    7.00,   8.00,    9.00 and 10.00
Suites $12.00 and up
For stay of two weeks or more, 10% discount on room rates.
For stay of four weeks or more, special rates quoted on request.
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MEALS—A la carte, also table d'hdte
Breakfast, .75; Luncheon, $1.00; Dinner, $1.50
SPECIAL—AMERICAN PLAN
Room with bath, and meals, $7.00 up per day.    Guests wishing to take advantage of this rate should arrange
accordingly on registration.
LUNCHEON HEADQUARTERS—Rotary, Tuesdays; Kiwanis, Thursdays.
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IN AND AROUND QUEBEC
Be invigorated at old French Quebec by the crisp tang of the Northland—the real realm of White Winter.
Winter sports start at the Chateau Frontenac. Right outside its doors is the triple-chute toboggan
slide on which you will experience an exhilarating thrill as you skim down the chutes at a speed faster than
that of the fastest train.
SKI-ING—Quebec and vicinity is ideally suited for this exciting sport as the terrain ranges from baby
slopes for the beginner to the steeper ones desired by the expert skier. If you do not possess skis, you may rent
them at the Chateau at moderate rates, or, if you prefer to own your own, they are readily procurable in Quebec.
Many new trails have been cut in the Lac Beauport district, and slalom and downhill runs provided.
SKATING—The Chateau Frontenac Rink, with its glass-like surface and stout snow walls, adjoins the
Chateau and is a source of great pleasure to winter sport enthusiasts. If you do not skate let the Chateau
instructors show you how it is done. ♦,'
There are all kinds of winter sports at Quebec. Those who do not wish to participate may find keen
enjoyment as a spectator of the snowshoe races, hockey matches (there are several each week), curling
bonspiels and the Dog-Sled Derby in February which is climaxed with the famous Dog Derby Ball in the
Chateau Frontenac.
See Jack Strathdee, the Winter Sports Director of the Chateau Frontenac. He will help you to plan
a daily round of sports or supply you with a competent instructor, whether it be for ski-ing, skating, snow-
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