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Banff Springs Hotel—oPen May 29 to sePt. 10,1939. R- SJJ^LL
This modern, 593-room fireproof hotel, situated in the heart of Banff National Park, nestles in a magnificent
mountain setting, overlooking the Valley of the Bow. Banff Springs Hotel is noted for its fine appointments
and provides an ideal headquarters for the many entertainment features and sports attractions in this—
Canada's Mountain Playground.
GOLF—on a   mile  high  course.    MOUNTAIN  CLIMBING—with
experienced Swiss Guides.     TENNIS—on fast, sporty courts.
BOATING & FISHING—on the Bow River or lovely mountain lakes.
SWIM—two pools, one of hot sulphur water and the other clear crystal.
ANNUAL GOLF WEEK—August 21 to 26, 1939.
The Edward, Prince of Wales Cup for Men's Championship.
Brewster Cup for Ladies'  Championship.
Willingdon Trophy for 36-hole Men's Handicap.
Associated Screen News Cup for 18-hole Ladies' Handicap.
Banff Springs Hotel Trophy for men.
Chateau Lake Louise Trophy for women.
INDIAN  DAYS—July 20 to 23,  1939.
A colourful spectacle that brings three to four hundred Stoney
Indians to Banff each summer for their tribal sports—mounted in
gorgeous trappings and headpieces.    A fascinating spectacle.
TRAIL RIDERS OF THE CANADIAN ROCKIES—July 28 to August 1, 1939—an order that holds an official
riding and camping trip each year.
THE SKY LINE TRAIL HIKE—August 4 to 7, 1939. Organized with the object of encouraging more extensive
use of the trails.
BANFF SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS—August 1 to 26, 1939.    A summer school of music, drama and art.
RATES—-All rooms with bath—(European Plan)
Sulphur Mountain  View Bow  Valley  View
Single rooms —$6.50;    $7.50 Single rooms —$8.00; $9.00; $10.00
Double rooms—10.00;    11.00 Suites—from $18.00 Double rooms— 12.00;    14.00
Child 12 years or under occupying room with two adults
$3.00 additional to double rate for cot.
Transfer 1J^  Miles For stay of one week 5% discount on room or
Between station and hotel, 50 cents per person suite rates.
each way.    Hand baggage free; trunk 50 cents For stay of two weeks or more 10% discount
each way. on room or suite rates.
For stay of four weeks or more 20% discount on room or suite rates. Lovely   Lake   Louise
Chateau Lake Louise—oPen June 10 to sept. 10,1939.
J. J.  MEREDITH
Manager
Forty-two miles west of Banff, at an altitude of 5,680 feet, lies beautiful Lake Louise, praised by many as
the most perfect gem of scenery in the known world. At the farther end dazzling ice-capped Victoria Glacier
meets the view. Overlooking the lake is the Chateau Lake Louise, a modern fireproof 386 room hotel, situated
600 feet above the railway, and reached in comfort by motor car.
SWIM in an open-air, tiled swimming pool, adjoining the hotel and facing the lake. The glacial water is
comfortably heated and an instructor is in attendance.
RIDE, HIKE OR CLIMB over the many trails that lead away from Lake Louise. There are short hikes
that will thrill you with the minimum amount of effort, or for the more hardy, Alpine climbing accompanied
by Swiss Guides that will pay big dividends for the time and effort expended.
LAKE LOUISE has numerous other attractions that will make your stay appear all too short, including
tennis,  boating,  clock golf and dancing.
Rates—All Rooms With Bath
Pipestone Range View
Single    Rooms — $6.50
Double Rooms — 10.00
Suites — from $20.00
(European Plan)
Lake  View
Single    Rooms — $8.00 $9.00 $10.00
Double   Rooms — 12.00     14.00
Child 12 years or under occupying room with two adults $3.00 additional to double rate for cot.
Transfer 3 Mil
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Between station and hotel, 50 cents per person each
way.     Hand baggage free; trunk 50 cents each way.
For stay of one week 5% discount on room or suite
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For stay of  two  weeks or  more  10%   discount on
room or suite rates.
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Open June 10 to Sept.  10,  1939
American Plan
Situated in Yoho National Park, seven miles from
Field, B.C., in cool green depths of forest, is Emerald
Lake, surrounded by snow-topped mountains ... a
delightful setting for Emerald Lake Chalet and its
private bungalows—68 guest rooms. Recreations
include boating, riding, hiking and Alpine climbing.
RATES
In Chalet—
Single room and meals—without bath, $7.00 per
person;  with bath,  $8.00 per person.
In Cottages—
Single   room    and    meals—with   bath    $9.00    per
person.
Double   room   and   meals—with   bath   $7.50   per
person.
Lakefront   cottage   and   meals—two   rooms   with
connecting  bath,   $10.00  per   person.
Child 10 years of age and under—half rate.
Over   10   years   of   age—adult   rate.
EMERALD LAKE CHALET
For stay of one week —    5% discount
For stay of two weeks or more — 10% discount
For stay of four weeks or more — 20% discount
Transfer 7 Miles
Between Field station and Chalet, $1.00 per person
each way.     Hand baggage free; trunk $1.00 each way. Canada's Mountain Playground
MOUNTAIN   LODGES   AND   TEA   HOUSES
There are a number of Lodges and Tea Houses in the fastness of the Rockies where one may view the
most gorgeous scenery and experience that thrill of silence which permeates these mountains, broken only
by the rippling of a lake or the whispering of the wind in the trees—so restful, yet only a short distance from
the  main  line  of  the  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.
LODGES
Rates from $5.00 a day per person
American  Plan
Yoho Valley,
near Field, B.C.
(Open  June  24  to  Sept.
10, 1939)
Lake Wapta,
Hector, B.C.
(Open  June  24  to  Sept.
10, 1939)
Radium Hot Springs,
Radium Hot Springs, B.C
(Open  June  10  to  Sept.
10,     1939,     owned     and
operated  by Miss Charlotte Armstrong)
Lake O'Hara,
via Hector, B.C.
(Open  June  24  to  Sept.
10, 1939)
Moraine Lake,
near  Lake  Louise,  Alta.
(Open  June   10  to   Sept.
10, 1939)
Mount Assiniboine,
via Banff, Alta.
(Open July 1 to Oct. 15,
1939, owned and operated   by   Erling   Strom)
TEA HOUSES
Plain of Six Glaciers—open June 10 to Sept. 10, 1939.
Lake Agnes —open June 10 to Sept. 10, 1939.
Twin Falls —open July    1 to Sept. 10, 1939.
Meal rates—Breakfast   75c,  Lunch   $1.00,  Dinner $1.25,
Afternoon Tea 50c or a la carte.
The Lodges consist of a central building or chalet
with dining room and lounge, surrounded by cozy cabins,
equipped with electric lights, comfortable beds and
other modern conveniences. They provide ideal headquarters for the lover of the great outdoors.
A TYPICAL LODGE • *
Columbia   Icefield   Highway
Columbia Icefield Chalet (owned and operated by Brewster Transport Company, Limited, Banff, Alta.,
is situated at Athabaska Glacier, 84 miles from Lake Louise on the new Columbia Icefield Highway, through a
country of vast snowfields and mighty peaks.
At an altitude of 6525 feet Columbia Icefield Chalet is just across the road from Athabaska Glacier which
starts at an altitude of 6525 feet and gradually ascends in a distance of approximately four miles to an altitude
of over 8000 feet, where it joins the main body of the Columbia Icefield proper.
The Chalet affords one an ideal headquarters for exploring this vast ice formation. Photographers)
students and amateur geologists will find it cosy and comfortable in its appointments.
Rates—American Plan
Glacier View rooms—Single $7.00,  Double $12.00
All other rooms        —Single $6.00,  Double $10.50
THE   CANADIAN   ROCKIES   COLOR
PHOTOGRAPH CONTEST-
SUMMER OF 1939
$1,000 in  Cash  Prizes
Organized by Canadian Pacific Hotels
This contest is open to all guests who register
during 1939 at Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, Alta.;
Chateau Lake Louise, Lake Louise, Alta.; Emerald Lake Chalet,- Field, B.C.; Yoho Valley Lodge,
Field, B.C.; Lake Wapta Lodge, Hector, B.C.; Lake
O'Hara Lodge, Hector, B.C.; Moraine Lake Lodge,
Lake Louise, Alta. Photographs entered in this
contest must have been taken in Banff, Yoho or
Kootenay National Parks and vicinity during 1939.
Further particulars and entry forms will be
supplied on application to any Canadian Pacific
office or hotel, or from Room 318, Canadian
Pacific Railway,  Windsor Station,  Montreal.
ATHABASKA GLACIER, facing the
Columbia  Icefield Chalet
■ VA N C O U V E R
Hotel    VanCOUVer,    Vancouver, British Columbia
W. J. MYLETT,
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Operated by the Vancouver Hotel Company Limited on
behalf of  the Canadian  Pacific and Canadian
National Railways  Companies.
Vancouver is a beautiful city located on a natural
land-locked harbor between Fraser River and Burrard
Inlet. Many attractions, novel and distinctive, 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, Australia and New Zealand and is served by the
"White Empresses" of the Canadian Pacific fleet and the
modern ships of the Canadian Australasian Line.
Here, commandingly situated on Georgia Street,
stands the new Hotel Vancouver, which will open on
May 25th, 1939, with excellent appointments and most
modern facilities for the convenience of guests. Within
five minutes of the business, theatrical, shopping and
financial districts, it towers majestically over Vancouver.
It is only four city blocks from the Canadian Pacific
Railway  station   and   steamship   piers.
560 Rooms, all with tubs and showers
RATES—(European   Plan—Open   All   Year)
Single   Rooms (1 person)   $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50,
$5.00, $5.50, $6.00 and $7.00 per day
Double Rooms (2 persons 1 double bed) $4.50, $5.00,
$5.50, $6.00, $6.50, $7.00 and $7.50 per day
Double Rooms  (2 persons Twin beds) $5.50 $6.00,
$6.50, $7.00, $7.50, $8.00 and $10.00 per day
Suites — $12.00 per day up
COMMERCIAL   SAMPLE   ROOMS — combination and
straight with the newest in lighting and equipment.
MEALS—A la Carte or Table d'Hote—Breakfast 50c to 80c   Luncheon  75c and  $1.00    Dinner $1.00 and $1.50-
Modern cafeteria featuring   prompt service at low prices. — Dinner Dancing in the Panorama Room week
nights from 6.30 p.m. — Supper Dance—Saturday night from 9.30 p.m.
SERVICE CLUB Gyro Mondays Board of Trade       1st and 3rd Thursdays
HEADQUARTERS
Rotary
Kiwanis
Tuesdays
Thursdays
Electric Club
Canadian Club
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Summer at Victoria — A City of Rare Beauty, Reminiscent of Old England.
J. K. HODGES
Manager
1 tl© JbjITipFeSS riOtel—A charming 570-room hotel situated in a beautiful formal garden facing
the placid waters of Victoria's Inner Harbor. Victoria, itself, the capital of British Columbia, is famous for
its parks and flowers, and other attractions are the Government buildings, museum, Dominion Astrophysical
Observatory and Butchart's famous gardens, noted for their colorful beauty at all seasons. An equable climate
enables one to enjoy outdoor sports the year round. Golf, tennis, motoring, hunting in season, and fishing
in nearby waters.
Rates—(European Plan—Open All Year)
Harbor or Garden view, Single-
Court rooms, Single
Harbor or Garden view, Double-
Court rooms, Double
Suites
June 15 to Sept. 15
$5.00; $6.00; $7.00; $8.00
4.00
$8.00;   9.00; 10.00; 12.00
7.00
$12.00 up
Other Months
$4.00; $5.00; $6.00; $7.00.
3.00
$6.00   7.00;   8.00;   9.00;   10.00
5.00
$10.00 up
Child 12 years or under occupying room with two adults $1.00 additional to double rate for cot.
Over 12 years of age—adult rate.
Meals—A la Carte, also Table d'Hote and combination meals at low, popular city prices.
Luncheon  Headquarters—Gyro,  Mondays;   Kiwanis,  Tuesdays;   Rotary,  Thursdays;   Kinsman  Club,  semimonthly on Thursdays.
SPRING IN VICTORIA
A Victoria Spring Garden Festival is held in May under the auspices of the Vancouver Island Horticultural
Society and sponsored by the Empress Hotel.
The programme includes a flower festival at the Empress Hotel and the opening of many of Victoria's most
characteristic and exclusive gardens.     Lectures and exhibitions are also arranged. Canada's Evergreen Playground
^Vlllter   St    V lCtOria.—the  heart of  that year round paradise—Canada's Evergreen Playground.
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
EMPRESS HOTEL
Special Winter Vacation Rates—European Plan
In effect from November 1st to April 30th
Monthly Rate—For stay of one month or longer—
Room with Bath, single for as low as    $75.00
Room with Bath, double (2 people) as low as    100.00
Day Rate—
Room with Bath, single from $4.00
Room with Bath, double (2 people) from 6.00
(Discount of 10% on day room rates for a stay of two weeks or longer between September 16 and June 14).
Transfer: Hotel and Can. Pac. Ry.S.S. docks % Mile.    Hotel and Ocean docks lK Miles.
Trunk 50 cents each way; Hand Baggage Free.
CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S 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. Empress Winter Golf Tournament
ROYAL   COLWOOD   GOLF   CLUB   COURSE
Victoria,  B.C.
In late February or early March of 1940, the Empress Winter Amateur Golf Tournament will be held at
which time the Sir Edward Beatty Challenge Cup, Chamber of Commerce Trophy, Victoria Rotary Rose Bowl
and the Matson Inter-District Team Cup as well as other prizes are competed for.
The competition is open to all guests of the Empress Hotel and members in good standing of clubs in
Victoria; the entrance fee being $3.00 for ladies and $6.00 for gentlemen.
The tournament is divided into classes for both
ladies and men. The qualifying round for men being
held in the morning and for ladies in the afternoon of
the commencing day. The first sixteen in each class
form the championship flight, and eighteen holes are
played daily thereafter until the finals are reached.
There are 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 the Saturday night.
Special Rates at the Empress Hotel during Tournament
for Stay of Seven Days:
Single room with bath — European Plan $24. 50
Double room with bath — European Plan    35.00
Also SPECIAL BUS SERVICE TWICE DAILY between
hotel  and  golf course—25c each  way.
Full particulars and reservations may be obtained from any Canadian Pacific agent, or from
J. K. Hodges, Manager, Empress Hotel, Victoria, B.C.
■ British   Columbia
HARRISON     HOT     SPRINGS    HOTEL
The Spa of Canada
(American Plan — Open All Year)
Member of the Spa Confederation of Europe.
M. de GUSSEME
Manager
Seventy-five miles east of Vancouver on the main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway (Station, Agassiz*
B.C.) and situated in a magnificent setting of lakes, mountains and virgin forests of the Coastal Range,
Harrison Hot Springs is Canada's premier spa. Hot mineral springs (Sulphur and Potash). A modern
bath establishment offering treatments and regulated diet
under the direction of a competent physician. The low altitude
and pure mountain air free from fog is an ideal location for
heart and nerves, while the hot mineral waters are of proven
benefit in the treatment of rheumatism and allied disorders.
The indoor swimming pool and the many forms of sport and
entertainment, combined with a fine cuisine and personal
service, make this a popular vacation and health centre.
(Operated by the Harrison Hot Springs Hotel Co. Limited)
Rates from $5.00 to $10.00 per day. Weekly, monthly and
family rates on application. All-Inclusive 7-Day Reconditioning
Course for as low as $36.00 per week.
Bus fare—50 cents each way, including hand baggage.
For literature and reservations, ask any Canadian Pacific
agent or write to the Manager of the Hotel.
HARRISON HOT SPRINGS HOTEL
Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia, Calgary
Calgary Stampede
July 10 to 15, 1939
HOTEL   PALLISER
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T. C. WHELAN
Manager.
Hotel "alllSer, 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 without Bath $2.50
Single with Bath $3.50; $4.00; $5.00; $6.00
Double without Bath $4.00
Double with Bath $5.50; $6.00; $7.00; $8.00
Suites — $10.00 up
Child 12 years or under occupying room with two adults $1.00
additional to double rate for cot. Over 12 years of age—adult
rate.
MEALS -
HOTEL PALLISER
- A la Carte, also Table d'Hote and combination meals
at low, popular city prices.
Calgary's   finest  Coffee   Shop,   conveniently  located   on  Lobby
Floor.     Breakfast from 25c, Lunch   from 35c, Dinner from  50c
Luncheon Headquarters of:
Kiwanis, Mondays; Rotary, Tuesdays; Gyro and Lions, Wednesdays;  Probus,  Thursdays.
Adjacent to C.P.R. Station.     Trunk 25c each way. Regina
HOTEL   SASKATCHEWAN
J. J. McGUIRE
Manager
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 with bath. . . .$3.50; $4.00; $4.50; $5.00
Double with bath. . . 5.50; 6.00; 6.50; 7.00
Suites $10.00 up.
Child 12 years of age or under occupying room with two
adults $1.00 additional to double rate for cot. Over 12
years of age—adult rate.
MEALS—A la Carte, also Table d'Hote and combination
meals at reasonable prices, served in the Main
Dining Room.
A  Coffee  Shop  is  located   in  the  hotel   where
meals may be procured at popular prices.
MEETING HEADQUARTERS:
Rotary,   Kiwanis,   Mondays,   and   Kinsmen  every  other
Monday;   Gyro,   Thursday.
Transfer 3^     Mile.
Between Hotel and  Union Station.     Bus fare 25c each
way, includes hand baggage.  Trunk 35c each way.
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Travellers  Cheques".
HOTEL SASKATCHEWAN Winnipeg
ROYAL   ALEXANDRA   HOTEL
H. C. MACFARLANE
Manager
A modern, fireproof structure conveniently 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 an ideal
stopping  place  for  visitors   to   Winnipeg.
Excellent accommodation is available for conventions,
meetings and banquets.
443 Rooms
RATES — (European Plan — Open All Year)
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
Child 12 years or under occupying room with two adults
—$1.00 additional to double rate for cot. Over 12 years—
adult rate.
MEALS
A la Carte, also Table d'Hote and combination meals at low, popular city prices served
in Dining Room.
ROYAL ALEXANDRA HOTEL
A Coffee Shop is located in the hotel where meals are
also  served   at  attractive  prices.
Covered passageway between Hotel and C.P.R. Station.
Trunk   25   cents   each   way.
Luncheon Headquarters
Kiwanis, Tuesdays;  Rotary, Wednesdays;
Gyro, Thursdays. Royal   York   Hotel
Largest Hotel in the British Empire
J. JOHNSON
Manager
European Plan — 1200 Rooms — Open All Year
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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.
Rooms with bath and  shower from $4.00
Child 12 years or under occupying room with two adults
$1.00 additional to double rate for cot. Over 12 years of age —
adult rate.
IMPERIAL ROOM:—Concert Music during luncheon and
dinner periods. Nightly Supper Dance except Sunday. Dancing
in the beautiful roof garden atop the hotel, during the summer
months.
VENETIAN CAFE:—A popular priced restaurant.
Moderately priced A la Carte meals, also Table d'Hote.
SANDWICH SHOP AND SODA FOUNTAIN ON ARCADE FLOOR.
Subway passage between hotel and Union Station.
Trunk 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; Optimist 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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ROYAL YORK HOTEL
Toronto, Ontario. ONTO
Convention and Banquet Facilities
In the Royal York Hotel
Toronto, on the shore of Lake Ontario, situated
but an overnight's journey from many cities in
Canada and the United States—is an ideal headquarters for conventions, banquets, meetings, dances and
other social events,.
The beautiful residential sections, smart shops,
theatres, parks and boulevards are the background
for the varied activities which annually attract
thousands of visitors to this charming and hospitable
city.
THE CONVENTION HALL
THE DANCE ORCHESTRA.
The Royal York Hotel, being the largest hotel in
the British Empire, has the world's finest convention
facilities—three large rooms, all on one floor; Banquet Hall—10,725 sq.ft.; Convention Hall—9,100
sq. ft.; Ball Room—5,625 sq.ft. Twenty Meeting
rooms, exhibit space, secretaries' offices, mammoth
organ, complete stage—air-conditioning in all public
rooms.
Convention Manager at your disposal or the
Maitre d'Hotel for social and dance functions. Kenora,   Ontario
DEVIL'S GAP LODGE
Kenora,  Ont.
C. H. LIVINGSTONE, Manager.
Open June 10 to September 12, 1939
Delightfully situated three miles south of
Kenora, in the picturesque Lake of the Woods
district. Provides every convenience and comfort—one and two-room bungalows with electric
lights, hot and cold running water and toilet
facilities; also de luxe bungalows with shower
bath.
GOLF—At Kenora, an excellent nine-hole
course is available to guests of Devil's Gap Lodge.
A regular boat service for golfers is operated from
the Lodge.
SWIMMING—Diving-floats and spring-boards
are situated within fifty yards of the lodge and
an excellent beach provides pleasure with safety
for the  children.
FISHING—The Kenora district is famous as
a fresh-water fishing ground. Guides are available for anglers in search of small mouth black
bass,   pickerel,   maskinonge   and   trout.
GUIDES AND BOAT HIRE—Motor launches,
row boats and canoes are obtainable at low rentals, and the picturesque waterways of the Lake
of the Woods district are thus open to the guests
of the Lodge. Boatmen and guides may be
hired  for parties who wish to go far afield.
American Plan Rates—including Room and Meals
Cabins   with   toilet   and   hot   and
cold running water.    No bath.
Per Day
Single      $5.50
Double (2 persons)         9.00
One     week
or longer
Per Day
$5.00
8.00
One week
Per or longer
Child 10 years or under, if occu-        Day Per Day
pying extra bed or cot in cabin
with adults or cot on verandah..     $2.75 $2.50
Similarly   for   third   adult    (or
child over 10 years of age)         4.25 4.00
Selected Type Cabins with Toilet and Shower
Single         6.00 5.50
Double (2 Persons)       11.00 10.00
Child 10 years or under, if occupying extra bed or cot in cabin
with adults or cot on verandah.        3.00 2.75
Similarly   for   third   adult   (or
child over 10 years of age)         5.25 5.00
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.
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FRENCH RIVER
Chalet-Bungalow Camp
Open June 20th to September 25th, 1939
J.G. STRATHDEE, Mgr.
Situated in the heart of rugged, beautiful
"wilderness" country and yet only eight hours
from the populated region surrounding Toronto.
GOLF—-On Dry Pine Bay is a picturesque nine-
hole course, 2,515 yards in length and in splendid
condition.
SWIMMING—At the foot of the links is a
beautiful sandy bathing beach, or swim and frolic
from the camp float and diving board.
FISHING—Black bass of both small and large
mouth varieties abound. Savage maskinonge and
pickerel are plentiful—fishing season for both bass
and maskinonge is from July 1st to October 15th.
License for non-residents $5.00.
GUIDES AND BOAT HIRE—Guides are available
at the rate of $4.75 a day which includes all meals.
All such money transactions are made between the
guest and the Manager of the Camp.
Boat and canoe livery is available at the camp as
wel!  as first class launches.
PINE RAPIDS CAMP—A subsidiary of French
River Camp. It is reached by motor launch or canoe,
and is of especial interest to fishermen, being in the
heart of the best bass and maskinonge fishing.
Freedom in dress and wearing apparel helps to
make your vacation at the camp complete—no
extensive wardrobe is necessary, saunter around
in your outing costume if ypu desire.
Rates
American Plan
$5.50 per day per person
$35.00 per week
"Canadian   Pacific   Rail  and  Steamship
Services Span the World".
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EUROPEAN PLAN
B.  A.   NEALE,
Manager.
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
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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.
Promenade on Dufferin Terrace—tour Lower Town with the narrowest streets in America.
Golf.   Visit Ste. Anne de Beaupre, the rival of Lourdes on this side of the Atlantic.
Rates—(European Plan—Open All Year)
May 1 to September 30
Single without bath    $3.50; $4.00; $5.00
Double without bath..
Single with bath	
Double with bath	
Suites from	
6.00;    7.00; 8.00
5.00;    6.00; 7.00
9.00;   10.00; 11.00;   12.00
$15.00 up
Child 12 years or under occupying room with two adults
$1.00 additional to double rate for cot. Over 12 years
of age—adult rate.
For stay of   two weeks or  more, 10% discount on   room
rates.
For stay of four weeks or more, special rates quoted on
request.
Transfer:
Hotel and Station 3^ mile
Hotel and Ocean Docks    1    mile
Trunk   50   cents   each    way.
LUNCHEON HEADQUARTERS—Rotary, Tuesdays;
Kiwanis,  Thursdays.
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Winter Sports in and Around Quebec
The Chateau Frontenac—accepted headquarters for winter sports enthusiasts who have been fortunate
enough to be numbered among the many who have been invigorated at Old Quebec—by the crisp tang of the
Northland—the real realm of White Winter in this historic city.
SKI-ING—The major winter attraction of many is given prominence in Quebec and vicinity because of its
ideally suited terrain which ranges from baby slopes for the beginner to the steeper ones desired by the expert
skier. Lac Beauport, just outside Quebec, is a mecca for ski-ing and heated buses leave the Chateau Frontenac several times each day to transport the happy parties to and from that point.
Other sports include tobogganing on the triple chute slide directly under the windows of the hotel and
adjacent is the Chateau Frontenac Skating Rink. Hockey matches, Curling bonspiels and the Dog Sled Derby
in February, climaxed with the famous Dog Derby Ball in the Chateau are some of the other attractions.
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 Orchestras.
SPECIAL WINTER RATES
(October 1st to April 30th)
Single room without bath     $3.50   and    $4.00
Double room without bath        5.00   and      6.00
Single room with bath     $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
Child 12 years or under occupying room with two adults, $1.00 additional
to double rate for cot.   Over 12 years of age—Adult rate.
For stay of two weeks or more, 10% discount on room rates.
For stay of four weeks or more, special rates quoted on request.
MEALS—A   la    Carte,    also   Table    d'Hote
Breakfast, 75c, 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. New   Brunswick
J. A. CASHMAN
Manager
THe AlgOnqVlin Hotel—Built in charming Old English style, it is situated on a promontory
overlooking the St. Croix River and Passamaquoddy Bay. The Algonquin is the social centre of the picturesque little town of St. Andrews, close to the State of Maine.
Two   Hundred  and  Thirty  comfortable,   homelike  rooms.
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.
Swim in sheltered Katy's Cove, or lounge on
the  beach  and  enjoy  the  sunshine.
Tennis     Courts—Putting     Greens—Fishing—
Sailing—Dancing—up-to-date  talkies.
Single Room without Bath, and Meals, $9.00
and $10.00.
Double Room without Bath, and Meals, $8.00
and   $9.00   per  person.
Single   Room   with   Bath,   and   Meals,   $10.00,
$11.00,  $12.00,  $13.00 and $14.00.
Double   Room   with  Bath,   and   Meals,   $9.00,
$10.00,  $11.00,  $12.00 and  $13.00 per person.
Weekly and monthly rates for families quoted on
request.
Children 10 years and under—half rate.
Over   10  years  of  age—adult  rate.
American Plan
(Open June 30th to September 5th, 1939)
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Bus   fare   50   cents   each   way,   including   hand
baggage.     Trunk 50 cents each way.
McADAM HOTEL
McAdam, N.B.
American   Plan—Open   All   Year
ALGONQUIN HOTEL
St.   Andrews-by-the-Sea, N.B. -I
Saint   John,   N.B,.
THE   ADMIRAL   BEATTY   HOTEL
E. B. SWEENEY
Manager
The Admiral Beatty Hotel, Saint John, N.B. (owned and operated by the Admiral Beatty Hotel Co./Ltd)
A new fireproof hotel containing 250 outside rooms, situated in the heart of the city opposite King Square,
the  Garden  spot  of  Saint  John.
Motor trips, varied in their appeal, invite you—shore
drives, inland trips, or visits to Loch Lomond and Lake
Utopia.    Golf,   tennis   and   swimming   in   season.
Saint John is also noted as a deep sea fishing centre
Just a mile or so off the entrance to Saint John  Harbor
in the Bay of Fundy, are the fishing grounds for a wide
variety of game fighting fish, which provide a thrilling
battle   for   the   sport   fishermen.
The variety available are Tuna, Pollock,Cod, Mackerel,
Striped Bass and many other kinds of salt water fish.
Rate—(European     Plan—Open     All     Year)
Single	
Double	
 $2.00 to $4.00
     3.00 to   7.00
MEALS—A la Carte or Table d'Hote—Dining
Room   or   Cafeteria
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Manager
The Pines Hotel, near the
quaint little fishing town of Digby,
Nova Scotia. Comfortable rooms, each
with private bath; also 31 cottages for
those who prefer home privacy with
efficient hotel service—189 Rooms.
If you are looking for something
"different" you will enjoy the unique
charm of The Pines and the picturesque
scenery.
Play golf on the hotel's championship course, motor or swim in the
warmed salt water glass-screened
swimming pool. Play tennis, dance
or just relax and rest in the health-
giving air; all will be equally enjoyable.
Ample   garage   accommodation    is
THE PINES HOTEL available for guests' cars.
AND A CORNER OF THE POOL
June and September American Plan July and August
Single Room and Meals, $8.00 and $9.00 Single Room and Meals, $9.00 and $10.00
Double Room and Meals, $7.00 and $8.00 per person. Double Room and Meals, $8.00 and $9.00 per person
Weekly and Monthly Rates for families quoted on request.
Children 10 years and under—half rate.     Over 10 years of age—adult rate.
All rooms equipped with bath. Open June 24 to September 7, 1939.
Transfer ^ Mile
Bus fare 25c each way, including hand baggage.     Trunk, 50c each way. Yarmouth
R. M. ELLIS
Manager
Lakeside Inn—About a miie
from Yarmouth, N.S., delightfully situated overlooking Milo Lake, is the
Lakeside Inn, a cozy Old English style
hostelry. It is on the main highway
to Halifax and offers an ideal opportunity  for   rest   and   recreation.
The Old English atmosphere of
Yarmouth and the excellent service
and cuisine of Lakeside Inn make
it an ideal holiday resort. 70 modernly
furnished rooms.
Cottages are also available thus
enabling you to have home privacy
combined with all hotel privileges.
Tuna fishing, golf, tennis, yachting,
speed boating, and swimming are
some of the pleasures you may [enjoy.
Rates—American    Plan
June and September
Single Room and Meals $6.00; 7.00; and 8.00
Double Room and Meals   5.00; 6.00 and 7.00 per person
All rooms equipped with bath.
Children 10 years and under—half rate.     Over 10 years of age—adult rate.
Weekly and Monthly Rates for families quoted on request.
Open June 27 to September 7, 1939.
Transfer. 2H Miles
Bus fare 50 cents each  w ay, including hand baggage.     Trunk 50 cents each way.
LAKESIDE  INN
July and August
$7.00;  8.00  and   9.00
6.00; 7.00 and 8.00 per person Kentville
CORNWALLIS     INN
R.  M.  ELLIS
Manager
CornWalHs Inn,   Kentville, N.S., in the
Land of Evangeline, is a new and outstanding
type of hotel where you will find every comfort
and convenience, every facility for rest and recreation. There is a fine golf course on the outskirts of the town.
Kentville is the centre of the Annapolis Valley,
and many interesting excursions into this beautiful countryside may be taken from the Cornwallis Inn. See the numerous Acadian relics
and catch something of the romance of Old
Acadia. Visit Grand Pre and the orchard-decked
valleys of Cornwallis and Gaspereau. Kentville
is also the centre of the apple district and chosen
headquarters for the many buyers and others
interested in this trade, as well as the numerous
commercial   men   who   frequent   this   district.
CORNWALLIS INN
RATES
(American Plan—Open All Year)
Sept. 1 to June 30 July and August
Single room and meals — $6.00; 7.00; 8.00 $7.00; 8.00; 9.00
Double room and meals— $5.00; 6.00; 7.00 per person $6.00; 7.00; 8.00 per person
Suites—Sitting room, one bedroom and bath—Single $11.00; two persons, $8.50 per person
Sitting room, two bedrooms and bath (minimum three persons)—$8.00 per person.
Transfer H Mile Breakfast    $1.00
Bus fare 25c each way, including hand Lunch       1.00
baggage.     Trunk 50c each way. Dinner       1.25
All rooms equipped with bath.     Weekly and monthly rates for families quoted on request.
Children 10 years of age and under,  half rate.     Over 10 years of age—adult rate.
"Canadian Pacific—World's Greatest Travel System". Halifax
FORBES THRASHER
Manager
Lord NelsOn Hotel, Halifax, N.S. (Operated by the Lord Nelson Hotel Company), faces 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 Halifax, and is conveniently situated on the
main  motor  routes  through   the  city.
Fishing, Swimming, Yachting, Boating, Golf,
Tennis and Motoring are among the many
sports available.
Rates
Single Room with Bath, $3.00 up
Double Room with Bath, $5.00 up
Bed Sitting Room and Bath, $5.00 up
Suites,   $8.00,   $10.00   and   $12.00
European   Plan—Open   All   Year
Meals—A la Carte, also Table d'Hote, at popular
prices.
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For further information and reservations communicate with Hotel Manager
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