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YARMOUTH, Nova Scotia    L. M. MARGESON, Manager
(Open June 25th to Sept. 10th, 1955, inclusive)
DAILY RATES—AMERICAN PLAN
(including meals)
Accommodation for 120 persons—All rooms with bath.
Single room, per person      $ 14.00
Double room, per person         12.00
Triple room, per person         11.50
Cottages:
Two bedrooms, and sitting room—
Minimum      $42.00
Four people        50.00
Children, 14 years or under, half rate.
Taxi  fare,  50c  each  way, includes
hand baggage.
Checked hand baggage, per piece,
50c each way.
Trunk, $1.00 each way.
Lakeside Inn and its hotel-served cottages form your
summer estate on the Milo Lakes, 2Vi miles from
Yarmouth town and harbour. The Inn, rambling in
appearance, melts into the landscape with the charm
of an English hostelry from which you can enjoy
yachting—with sailing instruction if you like, fishing—
lake or sea, swimming, golf, shuffleboard, pitch and
putt, croquet, tennis, bingo, indoor horse-racing,
movies, concerts. All roads lead to Lakeside Inn
Lakeside Inn, outstanding resort at Yarmouth,
starting point for Nova Scotia's highways 1 and 3,
is close to the southern tip of the seaside province.
Short cuts for motorists from the south are overnight
by sea from Boston or new Bar Harbor, Me., ferry
and from the west by S.S. Princess Helene from Saint
John to Digby, thence south by the colourful French
shore. Train connections from south and west are by
way of Boston-Saint John and Montreal-Saint John
and Princess Helene to Digby, by Dominion Atlantic
Railway from Digby to Yarmouth. Scheduled air
connections are made via Saint John or Halifax.
Yarmouth airport accommodates private aircraft.
For registered guests at Lakeside Inn, the daily
rate includes the new sporty nine-hole pitch and
putt golf course, boating, including sailing or
outboard motor at no extra charge.
"Hay fever" is unknown at Yarmouth.
TUNA FISHING FROM FAMOUS WEDGEPORT
30 MINUTES BY NEW HIGHWAY
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DIGBY, NOVO ScOtia L.  C.  PARKINSON,   Manager
(Open June 22nd to Sept. 4th, 1955, inclusive)
DAILY RATES—AMERICAN PLAN
(including meals)
Accommodation for 300 persons, all rooms with bath.
Garden        Sea
View View
Single room, per person      $16.00      $17.00
Double room, per person         14.00 15.00
Triple room, per person         13.50        14.00
Cottages:
1 bedroom and sitting room, min      $35.00
2 bedrooms, min. of three people        49.00
2 bedrooms, min. of four people        61.00
3 bedrooms, min. of five people        77.00
3 bedrooms, min. of six people        89.00
Child 14 years or under, half rate.
Taxi fare, 50c each way, includes hand baggage.
Checked hand baggage, per piece, 50c each way.
Trunk, $ 1.00 each way.
Every room in the hotel and each cottage has a
bathroom. Digby Pines life includes golf, tennis, dancing,
television in the Fundy Room, shuffleboard, movies,
swimming in warmed, glass-screened sea-water pool,
driving to scenic and historic countryside. There is a
sporty golf course, 18 holes, par 71, complete clubhouse
facilities and pro shop. And if you are a family party,
you can enjoy adult activities without care, sure that
junior members of the family are enjoying healthful
organized fun in the children's playground supervised
by a trained attendant. "Hay fever" is unknown at Digby. 7^e ZHyfcf Pi*te*
IS EASY TO REACH
By rail from the south "The Gull" B & M, leaves
Boston North Station every evening except Saturday
for Saint John, N.B. Two daily Canadian Pacific
trains through Montreal to Saint John, N.B. connect
with the west. From Saint John each morning and
Digby each afternoon, S.S. Princess Helene
makes fast voyages across the Bay of Fundy.
Automobile travellers make their approach
by Canadian highways through Montreal or
Quebec, the highways of New York, Connecticut
and Massachusetts and the toll turnpikes of New
Hampshire and Maine. There is accommodation for
cars aboard Princess Helene. Alternative car
routes are overland via Truro and the fabled
Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia or to Boston or Bar
Harbor, Me., and by steamship to Yarmouth, over
the picturesque French shore drive to Digby. Air
travellers connect with T.C.A. at Montreal or Boston
for Saint John, N.B. or Halifax.
IMPORTANT. Automobile space aboard Princess
Helene between Saint John and Digby should
be reserved as early as possible.
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'■Hiiiiip »■!■' KENTVILLE, Nova Scotia c. M. RENNIE, Manager
DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
Accommodation for 150 persons—all rooms with bath.
SUMMER (May 16th to Sept. 15th)
Single      $ 5.50
Double  9.50
Suites:
Single  13.50
Double  18.00
WINTER (Sept. 16th to May 15th)
Single  $  5.00
Double  8.50
Suites:
Single         12.50
Double        16.00
See page 35 for Family Plan Rates.
Cornwallis Inn, open the year round, is a business or
holiday headquarters close to a good golf course,
and in motoring range of the sea coasts.
Taxi fare, 35c each way including hand baggage.
Checked hand baggage, per piece, 25c each way.
Trunk, 50c each way.
Rotary luncheon, each Monday. Gyro dinner, alternate Fridays.
Lions Club, alternate Thursdays.
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ST. ANDREWS BY-THE-SEA, New Brunswick
D. A.  WILLIAMS,   Manager
(Open June 15th to Sept. 7th, 1955, inclusive)
DAILY RATES—AMERICAN PLAN
(including meals)
Accommodation for 350 persons.
Per Person
Single room (without bath)
Double room (without bath)
Single room (with bath)
Double room (with bath)
$14.00 to $15.00
12.00 to 14.00
16.00 to 21.00
14.00 to    19.00
Sitting rooms, $10.00 to $15.00 extra.
Limited number of Bed Sitting Rooms - Rates
available on application.
Child 14 years or under, half rate.
Taxi, 50c each way, including hand baggage.
Trunk, $ 1.00 each way.
Checked hand baggage, per piece, 50c each way.
Summer activities include tennis, golf, shuffleboard, croquet,
putting green, boat trips, fishing, motoring, cabaret,
movies, bingo, indoor horse-racing, billiards, table tennis
in The Casino, swimming at the Algonquin's private beach,
Katy's Cove, water temperature range, 68°-72°F.
St. Andrews with warm days and cool evenings is famous
for freedom from "hay fever", boasts an outstanding golf
course—18 holes of championship calibre but teed for
average players too—and a sporty 9-hole practice course. 'KattfA &CHAC
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St. Andrews by-the-Sea is ideal for a family holiday.
Besides the many activities enjoyed by the family
unit, there are the children's beach at Katy's Cove
enclosed in its private breakwater at a safe depth,
and a children's playground—both under the
supervision of specially trained attendants. Water
temperature 68° to 72°.
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McADAM, New Brunswick MISS E. E. QUINN, Manager
DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
Single Double
With bath        $4.00 $5.00
Sharing bath           3.50 4.50
Without bath           3.00 4.00
Right at McAdam Junction, the hotel, which has
Dining Room and Lunch Counter service, is handy
for travellers making overnight stops. QUEBEC, Que.
G.  J.  JESSOP,   Manager
DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
SUMMER (May 1st to September 30th)
660 rooms
Single   without bath      $  5.50 to $  7.00
Double without bath         10.00 to    12.00
Single   with bath  8.00 to    12.00
Double with bath         12.00 to    20.00
Suites,  single        25.00 and 30.00
Suites,   double        35.00 and 40.00
Cot, for child 7 years or under, in room with two adults,
$3.50; for adult $4.00.
WINTER (October 1st to April 30th)
Single   without bath      $  5.00 to $  6.00
Double without bath  8.00 to    10.00
Single   with bath  7.00 to    10.00
Double with bath         10.00 to    16.00
Suites,  single        20.00 and 25.00
Suites,   double        30.00 and 35.00
See page 35 for Family Plan   Rates.,
Taxi—half mile from station, one mile from docks—■
meter rates. Trunk, $1.00 each way. Checked hand
baggage, per piece, 65c each way.
RESTAURANTS
Main Dining Room, River View Dining Room,
Terrace Cafe.
PUBLIC ROOMS
Ball  Room, Jacques Cartier Room, Cocktail  Lounge,
Salon de Vercheres, Ski Hawk Club, Champlain Room,    9
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QUEBEC
Quebec, only walled city in North America, is a
holiday resort the year round. Capital of French-
speaking Canada, the 300-year-old city is an
historic landmark. Its intriguing narrow streets, steep
hills and architecture are of a romantic past reflected
in the outward appearance of the Chateau Frontenac.
Inside, the modern hostelry that dominates Quebec,
reflects the graciousness, comfort and efficiency for
which Canadian Pacific hotels are noted.
Summer attractions include golf, river trips on the
mighty St. Lawrence, motoring to such scenic goals
as Ste. Anne de Beaupre, the Isle of Orleans, the
Laurentians. In winter, the Chateau Frontenac is
headquarters of the Ski-Hawk Club, home of French
Parallel skiing. Ideal ski country, with ski-lift and
tow at Lac Beauport, is reached by direct bus
service. The Chateau Frontenac triple chute
toboggan slide and Terrace skating rink offer
exercise close to home.
SERVICE CLUB LUNCHEONS
Club Richelieu, Wednesday; Kiwanis, Thursday; Lions,
Monday; Optimist, Wednesday; Rotary, Tuesday.
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FAMOUS   SHRINE
The Gallic character and continental savoir-faire
of old Quebec is emphasized in the architecture,
appointments and service of the Chateau Frontenac.
Here, dining is an art, each meal a chef d'oeuvre,
in which the deft service complements the culinary
skill of the chef de cuisine.
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TORONTO, Ontario
A. P. MacKinnon, Manager
DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
1,200 outside rooms, all with radio, tub and shower
Single      $  8.50 to $13.00
Double         1 2.00 to    16.50
Parlour Bedrooms
Single      $ 12.00      $ 12.50
Double         15.50 16.00
See page 35 for Family Plan  Rates.
Suites
Single.   $20.00 up
Double      24.00 up
RESTAURANTS
Imperial Room, Venetian Cafe, Sandwich Shop
PUBLIC ROOMS
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Banquet Hall, Concert Hall, Bail Room,
Roof Garden, Library, Princess Lounge.
Tunnel connects the Royal York and Union Station.
Trunk, $1.00 each way.
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Toronto—on Lake Ontario, overnight from many
Canadian and U.S. cities, is popular for conventions,
banquets, meetings, dances and other social events.
The Royal York, largest hotel in all the Queen's Realms,
has outstanding convention facilities—three large rooms
all on one floor: Banquet Hall, 10,725 sq. ft.;
Concert 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.
The Convention Manager will help plan your meetings
and the Maitre d'Hotel your social functions.
And, modern in decor, sophisticated in service,
Toronto's smart rendezvous, The Princess Lounge.
Popular at breakfast, luncheon and dinner, the Imperial Room
excels as the scene of Toronto's gayest night life.
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SERVICE CLUBS
Luncheons:
Advertising and Sales, 2nd and 4th Tuesdays; Associated
Canadian Travellers, 1st Saturday; Canadian, Monday;
Canadian Progress, Thursday; Civitan, alternate Tuesdays;
Electric, Wednesday; Empire, Thursday; Gyro, Tuesday; Gyrettes, 1st
Tuesday; Kiwanis, Wednesday; Liberal Business Men's Club, 2nd Tuesday;
Life Underwriters Association, 3rd Thursday; Lumbermen's Credit
Bureau, 3rd Wednesday; Optimist, Wednesday;
Rotary, Friday; Toilet Goods Manufacturers, 1st Monday.
Dinners:
Kinsmen, alternate Thursdays; Quota, 4th Tuesday;
Purchasing Agents Association, 2nd Wednesday; Sales Research,
1st and 3rd Tuesdays; Soroptimist, 1st Tuesday; Toronto Printing
House Craftsmen, 4th Wednesday; Toronto Railway, 4th Monday;
Transportation Club, 3rd Thursday; Young Men's Canadian,
alternate Mondays; Zonta, alternate Wednesdays.
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(Open June 21st to Sept. 5th, 1955, inclusive)
DAILY RATES—AMERICAN PLAN
(including meals)
Accommodation for 85 persons.
Cottage with toilet and shower, Per Person
Single room      $ 14.00 to $ 16.00
Double room (two persons)..        12.50 and 13.00
Child 14 years or under, with two adults,
in extra bed or cot      $  7.00
Additional adult, or child over 14 years.        10.00
Four Room Family Cottages,
Minimum rate for 1 to 4 persons......     $56.00
Each additional person         10.00
Every cottage has electric lights, hot and cold running
water, private shower, screened verandah, twin beds
and toilet. Healthful fun for all the family is the
keynote at Devil's Gap. No "hay fever". The Lake
of the Woods and nearby waters test fishing skill
with small mouth black bass, maskinonge, pickerel.
Boats and guides are available. Golf, shuffleboard,
swimming and diving, a safe children's beach, picnics,
are other activities.
Taxi, station to dock about 60c, free scheduled
launch trips between dock, lodge and golf course for
registered guests. Trunk $ 1.00 each way.
15 WINNIPEG, Manitoba    H. C. MACFARLANE, Manager
DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
445 rooms
Single, with bath      $  6.00 to $10.00
Double, with bath  9.50 to    15.00
Suites—Single        20.00 and up
Double        24.00 and up
See page 35 for Family Plan Rates.
Connected with Canadian Pacific Station by covered
passageway. Trunk, 50c each way. Checked hand
baggage, per piece, 25c each way.
RESTAURANTS
The Alexandra Room, The Selkirk Room, Coffee Shop.
PUBLIC ROOMS
Crystal Ball Room, Banquet Hall, Tapestry Room,
Frontenac Room and other accommodation suitable
for meetings and conventions.
SERVICE CLUBS
Luncheons:
Gyro, Thursday; Kiwanis, Tuesday; Optimist,
Thursday; Rotary, Wednesday; Winnipeg
Executive Association, Friday.
Dinners:
Quota Club, first and third Tuesdays.
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REGINA, Saskatchewan   A. G. E. robbins, Manager
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DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
268 rooms—all with bath
Single      $  6.00 to $ 9.00
Double        10.00 to    13.00
Suites—Single         1 8.00 and up
Double. .        24.00 and up
See page 35 for Family Plan Rates.
Minimum taxi fare, 50c each way, includes hand
baggage. Checked hand baggage, per piece, 50c
each way. Trunk, $1.00 each way.
RESTAURANTS
The Saskatchewan Room, Coffee Shop.
PUBLIC ROOMS
Canadian Room, Isabella Room, Lounge and Foyer,
Colonial Ball Room and other accommodation suitable
for conventions and meetings.
SERVICE CLUBS
Cosmopolitan, alternate Mondays; Lions, Tuesday;
Wascana Kiwanis, Thursday; Kinsmen, alternate
Mondays; Kiwanis, Rotary, Monday; Soroptimist,
1st and 3rd Wednesdays; Canadian, Women's
Canadian, Quota Club and Regina Chamber of
Commerce, as announced.
REGINA EXHIBITION—July 31 through Aug. 6, 1955
Paved highway between Regina and North Portal
connects with United States highway system.
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From the acme of modern metropolitan hotel operation in its year
round hostelries in Canada's great cities from sea to sea, to the personal
interest displayed in the guest in holiday resorts famed in the world's
happiest vacation areas, Canadian Pacific hotels and resorts reflect the
friendliness and concern of Canada for the welfare of the visitor.
In addition to its chain of year rojnd hotels, its holiday hotels and resorts
— ranging from the utmost in luxury tp the economical solid comfort of
lodges close to nature—Canadian Pacific, the world's most complete
travel system—operates 17,000 miles of railway lines, air lines in Canada,
across the Pacific and to South America, coastal, lake and river steamships
in Canada, trans-Atlantic liners, Express and Communications services.
Every Canadian Pacific hotel manager, each Canadian Pacific office, wil
gladly inform and assist you in your dealings with other branches of the
entire organization. Offices the world over are ready to offer you the
hotel system's greatest asset—Canadian Pacific service.
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19 7^   T^^MC^e/t CALGARY, Alberta
R.    M.    DEYELL,   Manager
DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN   PLAN
484 rooms
Single,   with bath     $   6.00 to $10,00
Double, with bath       10.00 to    14.00
Suites—Single        1 8.00 and up
Double       24.00 and up
See page 35 for Family Plan Rates.
Close to Canadian Pacific Station.
Trunk, 50c each way. Checked hand baggage, per piece, 25c each
way.
RESTAURANTS
Oak Room, Coffee Shop.
PUBLIC  ROOMS
The Palliser Room, Oval Drawing Room, Private Dining Rooms and
other accommodation suitable for conventions and meetings.
SERVICE CLUBS
Gyro, Wednesday; Kiwanis, Monday; Lions, Wednesday; Probus,
Thursday; Rotary, Tuesday.
CALGARY STAMPEDE—JULY  11   to  16, 1955
'mm BANFF, Alberta       a c. McCartney, Manager
(Open May 31st, to Sept. 15th, 1955, inclusive)
DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
600 rooms
Sulphur Mountain View:
Single       $ 10.00
Double (twin beds)  15.00
Triple         21.00
Bow Valley View:
Single         14.00
Double (twin beds)      17.00        19.00
Triple         25.50
Suites—from $40.00
Cot for child 7 years or under, in room with two adults,
$3.00. Transfer (incl. hand baggage) 50c per person
each way. Checked baggage—First piece 75c, each
additional piece 50c each way, maximum charge
per person $2.50 each way. Trunk, $1.00 each way.
Alhambra Dining Room, Fairholme Dining Room,
Mount Stephen Hall, Garden Lounge, Oak Room,
Ball Room, Writing Room, Riverview Lounge, Library,
Conservatory.
Banff Springs Hotel, Scottish baronial in style, built
of stone quarried from nearby Mount Rundle dominates
the Bow River Valley, one of the most beautiful scenes
in Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies.
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Banff Springs Golf Course—-the mile-high links-—is
spectacular enough to keep a player's mind off
the game, sporty enough to compel concentration.
Designed by internationally famous Stanley Thompson,
the 6704-yard, par 71, course is teed for good,
medium and average players. Clubhouse and
pro-shop, five minutes from the terrace, overlook the
scenic lay-out along the Bow Valley and the last
seven fairways are within sight and sound of the
musically fast-running Bow River. From the 570-
yard "Windy" (number four) to the 138-yard
"Papoose" (number 12) the whole eighteen test
almost every club in the bag.
The attractive clubhouse—a few steps from the
hotel—is a very popular "19th hole". Lunches, teas
and snacks, geared to the golf- and mountain-
sharpened appetites of club members, and beverages
to please connoisseurs are featured in the gay,
wide-windowed club room that overlooks the Spray
River and the first and 18th fairways.
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22 Summer at Banff, sun-drenched days to enjoy
unsurpassable scenery—from the comfortable seat
of mountain-view bus, car, or the saddle of a
sure-footed cayuse; sleep-filled nights cooled by
invigorating mountain breezes; shuffleboard;
swimming—indoors or out—in the hotel's two pools;
tennis; walks on well-kept trails; wild life; beautiful
mountain wild-flowers.
Indian Days—July 21 to July 24, 1955. For four
days chiefs, braves and squaws from the Morley
Reservation camp at Banff to hold tribal sports and
contests. Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies.
Each year this Order holds official riding and
camping expeditions, this year, July 15 to 19 and
July 22 to 27.
Skyline Trail Hikers Camp, July 30 to August 3.
Banff School of Fine Arts, a summer school of art,
drama and music, June 20 to August 13, 1955.
23rd ANNUAL FESTIVAL WEEK-
JULY 29 TO AUGUST 13
EXHIBITION OF HANDICRAFTS AND PAINTINGS
PLAYS, MUSIC, BALLET ALBERTA E.   C.   FITT,   Manager
(Open June 14th to Sept. 7th, 1955, inclusive)
Sheltered from the North by the serried peaks of the
Pipestone Range, Chateau Lake Louise enjoys a southern
exposure. Pony Trails follow the rim of the lake. Swimming
pool (left) and lovely gardens are popular attractions.
DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
400 rooms
Pipestone Range View:
Single       $10.00
Double (twin beds)  15.00
Triple         21.00
Lake View:
Single       $14.00
Double (twin beds)  19.00
Triple..         25.50
Suites from $40.00
Cot for child 7 years or under, in room with
two adults         $3.00
Transfer, including hand baggage, 75c per person
each way.
Checked baggage—First piece 75c; each additional
piece 50c each way. Maximum charge per person
$2.50 each way. Trunks $1.00 per piece each way.
Dining Room faces Lake and Glacier.
PUBLIC ROOMS
Main Lounge, English Lounge, Ball Room,
Dining Room Foyer.
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Chateau Lake Louise, 40 miles from Banff, but a
near neighbour in the 2,500 square miles of Banff
National Park, specializes in homey comfort. Near
the Great Divide, centre of a network of mountain
highways that lead to snow-capped peaks, the
Chateau overlooks the jade green lake for which
it is named. Broad picture windows frame Victoria
Glacier and the ring of mountains by which the
lake is surrounded.
Broad picture windows, too, bring Lake Louise
and its magnificent setting right into the Main
Dining Room where spotless napery, deft service
and cosmopolitan cuisine vie with each other to
tempt your appetite.
Well-marked trails, planned for woodland walks or
pony riding, lead to the mountainside beauty of wood
and stream, Alpine wild flowers.
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And between marge and terrace to delight a diner's
eye, myriads of the Iceland Poppies for which Lake
Louise is famous. Real mountaineering, climbs by
easier trails to the Tea Houses at the Lakes in the
Clouds and Plain of Six Glaciers, riding and
sightseeing call for restful days in between. For these
there are boating, putting, fishing, swimming in the
warmed, filtered glacial water of the glass-screened
outdoor pool. And every weeknight, dancing in the
intimate, tasteful ballroom. 7H*>iai*te ^a6e ^odye lake louise, Alta.
(Open June 14th to Sept. 7th, 1955)
DAILY RATES    EUROPEAN PLAN
Per Person, two in a room—from $2.75
Per Person, single—from $4.00
Remote, but accessible, Moraine Lake Lodge, in the
beautiful Valley of the Ten Peaks, is about nine miles
from Chateau Lake Louise or Lake Louise Station. Frequent bus service and a good mountain road connect
this pleasant, restful cottage resort with the Canadian
Pacific transcontinental railway and trans-mountain
highways. Electric light, heat and running water,
combine with comfortable beds and cosy lounge and
dining room to provide an ideal rustic holiday.
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PLAIN OF SIX  GLACIERS
(Open June 14th to
Sept. 6th, 1955)
LAKE AGNES
(Open June 14th to
Sept. 6th, 1955)
This typical mountain rest
house, four miles by trail from
Chateau Lake Louise rewards
riders or hikers who make the
spectacular trip from Chateau
Lake Louise. Hot drinks and
snacks are available.
Perched at the brink of a
musical waterfall 2 Vi miles
from Chateau Lake Louise,
this pleasant tea-house serves
lunches and teas to riders
and hikers. Lake Agnes and
Mirror Lake are wel! worth
seeing.
Owned by Canadian Pacific.
Operated by lessees.
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Lake O'Hara Lodge
Lake Wapta Lodge
Yoho Valley Lodge
in the
heart of the
Canadian Rockies
Owned and operated
by
Brewster-Ford Ltd.
LAKE O'HARA LODGE
(Open June 15th to Sept. 7th, 1955)
Reached by pony trail from Hector, B.C., or Chateau Lake
Louise, this quiet mountain retreat offers fishing, boating,
hiking and riding.
DAILY RATES—AMERICAN PLAN
(including meals)
Per Person, two in a room—$9.00
Per Person, single—$10.00.
LAKE WAPTA LODGE
(Open June 1st to Sept. 7th, 1955)
On the mountain highway close to Hector Station, B.C., a
central lounge and dining room serves comfortable cottages.
There is riding, motoring,  boating, fishing  and  hiking  for
your entertainment.
DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
Per Person, two in a room—from $2.50
Per Person, single—$4.00
YOHO VALLEY LODGE
(Open June 15th to Sept. 7th, 1955)
Reached by bus or car from Field, B.C., the lodge is close
to spectacular Takakkaw Falls. Riding, hiking over a network
of well-marked trails, and just plain loafing are its attractions.
DAILY RATES-
Per Person, two in a room-
Per Person, single—$4.00
-EUROPEAN PLAN
-from $2.50
28
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FIELD, British Columbia
R.  CHATWIN,   Manager
Accommodation for 100 persons
(Open June 20th to September 5th, 1955, inclusive)
DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
CHALET:
Single (one person) without bath  $5.00
Single (one person) with bath  7.00
Double bedded room (two persons) without bath  7.00
Double bedded room (two persons) with bath  8.00
COTTAGES: One and Two Room Cottages, each with own private
bathroom or shower-
Single (one person) with bath  ..   $   9.00
Double (two persons) with bath      1 2.00
Cot for child 7 years or under in room with two adults. ..        1.50
Adult rate for cot        2.50
Transfer, Field Station and Chalet, including hand baggage, $1.00
per person each way. Checked baggage and trunks, per piece,
$1.00 each way.
IDEAL SETTING FOR FAMILY VACATIONS
All the comfortably furnished cottages have hot and cold running
water, bathrooms or showers and individual verandahs. They are
particularly attractive to family parties that include children.
29
J 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.)
DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
560 rooms—all with bath
Single      $  6.50 to $10.50
Double (double bed)  9.00 to    14.00
Double (twin beds)         1 1.00 to    1 5.00
Studio Rooms (single)  9.50
Suites from 20.00
See page 35 for Family Plan Rates.
Four  blocks from  the  Canadian   Pacific Station  and   piers  Hotel
Vancouver is well equipped with sample rooms.
RESTAURANTS
Main Dining Room, Panorama Roof, Cafeteria.
Dinner Dance, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Supper Dance, Saturdays.
PUBLIC ROOMS
Ballroom, Banquet Room, Mayfair Room, Social  Suite  and other
accommodation suitable for conventions and meetings.
SERVICE CLUBS
Board of Trade, Canadian, as announced; Electric, Friday; Gyro,
Monday; Kiwanis, Thursday; Rotary, Tuesday.
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VICTORIA, British Columbia        a CHAPMAN, Manager
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DAILY RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
570 rooms with bath
Harbour, Garden or Street View—
May 15 to Sept. 15 Sept. 16 to May 14
Single      $  8.50 to $13.00 $  7.00 to $12.00
Double        14.00 to    18.00 10.50 to    16.00
Open Court Rooms—
Single	
Double	
Bed Sittingrooms—
Single	
Double	
Suites—
$  7.50 and up
1 1.50 and up
$  6.00 and up
9.50 and up
$13.00
18.00
$12.00
16.00
$25.00 and up
30.00 and up
$20.00 and up
25.00 and up
3 Rooms	
Cot for child 7 years or under, May 1st to September 30th, inclusive,
in room with two adults, $2.00.
See page 35 for Family Plan Rates.
Close to Canadian Pacific Docks. Hand baggage, per piece, 25c
each way between hotel and wharf; trunk, 50c each way.
RESTAURANTS
Empress Dining Room, Coffee Shop
PUBLIC ROOMS
Crystal Ball Room, Main Lounge, Drawing Room, Georgian Lounge,
Elizabethan Room, Library, Writing Room, Conservatory, Coronet
Room.
SERVICE CLUBS
Gyro, Monday; Kiwanis, Tuesday; Lions, Friday; Rotary, Thursday.
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The Empress is unusual—a metropolitan hotel in
10-acre gardens that are world famous—within a
stone's throw of busy harbour, Legislature, business
and shopping districts, lovely parks. Victoria,
island capital of British Columbia, tempered by
Pacific breezes, boasts year-round golf, scenic
coasts, tree-lined drives and bridle paths.
An air of Old England, reflected in the tasteful
stocks of glassware, silver, woollens in specialty
shops, is emphasized in the Empress Christmas
festivities—Boar's Head and Yule Log ceremonies,
carols, waits, mummers in the old tradition.
Renowned as a citadel of the leisured culture
of less strenuous days, famous the continent
over for its traditional "afternoon tea" in the
Main Lounge, The Empress is geared to the tempo
of today. The Empress Coffee Shop, entered from
the building or the garden, has become a popular
rendezvous for those who have not the leisure
to enjoy the stately Empress Room, graced by
a portrait gallery of Canada's First Ladies.
32 THE CRYSTAL GARDEN
Through the Empress Rose Garden, past the
Shuffleboard Courts, a flagged walk leads to
the freshly filtered swimming pool in the
glgss-enclosed Crystal Garden. Tropical palms
adorn the Loggia, a popular rendezvous for tea
or light refreshments. There is dancing three
evenings a week. Massage; steam and fresh
water baths; remedial exercises; light and
electrical treatments are features of the
Crystal Garden Turkish Bath.
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Operated by other organizations, but working
closely with Canadian Pacific, a number of resorts
within easy reach of the transcontinental line offer
attractions that combine well with a Canadian
Rockies holiday.
Close to the Banff—Lake Louise area, within
easy motoring over well-kept roads, Columbia
Icefield Chalet and Mount Assiniboine Lodge are
starting points for hikes, rides and climbs in the
untouched back country.
Day excursions from Banff Springs Hotel and
Chateau Lake Louise include the scenic drive over
government-maintained motor highways to the great
Columbia Icefield.
First impressions of this awe-inspiring confluence of
glaciers often lead to longer study. For such visitors—
and for those who like the thrill of touring the icefield
by snowmobile—Columbia Icefield Chalet provides
a ready answer.
COLUMBIA ICEFIELD CHALET
(Open June 15th to Sept. 15, 1955)
DAILY RATES
Glacier View Mountain View
European Plan—            with bath without bath
Single      $6.00      $  7.00 $4.00      $5.00
Double        9.00 11.00 6.00        7.00
Breakfast $1.25   Luncheon $1.75 Dinner $2.00
MOUNT ASSINIBOINE LODGE
(Open July 1st to Oct. 10th, 1955)
(Two days by horseback from Banff)
Riding, climbing and fishing.
RATES
(American Plan)
En route $15.00 per day. Horse and guide included.
At Lodge: $9.00 to $12.00 per day. Horses available
at regular National Park rates. Lodge re-opened for
Skiing March 1st, 1955. Transportation available by
air from Banff at that time.
34 Hotels
Convention Facilities
Canadian Pacific hotels from sea to sea offer convention
and meeting services hard to equal anywhere.
Strategically sited right across Canada, Canadian
Pacific hotels in British Columbia, Alberta,
Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New
Brunswick and Nova Scotia permit geographical
rotation of nation-wide organizations, offer focal
points for regional meetings.
All arrangements—rail and sleeping cars as well as
hotel accommodation—can be made at the same time
by the Convention Traffic Department, Canadian
Pacific, Windsor Station, Montreal.
SPECIAL FAMILY PLAN RATES
No additional charge for children under 14
occupying room with one or both parents.
If one or more children under fourteen occupy a room
with only one parent, the one-person rate applies
for the room. If one or more children under fourteen
occupy the same room with both parents, the regular
two-person rate applies for the room.
If one or more children are accompanied by both
parents and more than one room is required—the
two-person rate will apply for the first room and
the one-person rate will apply for the second room.
IN EFFECT AT THE FOLLOWING HOTELS
ROYAL YORK HOTEL, Toronto, Ont.
*CHATEAU FRONTENAC, Quebec, Que.
ROYAL ALEXANDRA HOTEL, Winnipeg, Man.
HOTEL SASKATCHEWAN, Regina, Sask.
HOTEL PALLISER, Calgary, Alta.
*EMPRESS HOTEL, Victoria, B.C.
CORNWALLIS INN, Kentville, N.S.
HOTEL VANCOUVER, Vancouver, B.C.
(Operated by the Vancouver Hotel Company Limited, on behalf of
the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National Railway Companies.)
^Plan in effect from October 1st to April 30th ONLY
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