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 From   ATLANTIC   to   PACIFIC Victoria
Slimmer   at   Victoria,   B«C#— A City of Rare Beauty, Reminiscent of Old England.
The Empress Hotel
J. K. HODGES
Manager
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A charming 573-room hotel situated in a beautiful formal garden facing the placid waters of Victoria's
Inner Harbour.   Victoria itself, the capital of British Columbia, is famous for its parks and
attractions are the Government buildings,   museum,    Dominion   Astrophysical   Observatory
noted for their colourful beauty at all seasons.   An equable climate enables one to enjoy out
year round.    Golf, tennis, riding, hunting in season, and fishing in nearby waters.
DAILY RATES (European Plan—Open All Year)
Harbour, Garden or Street View, Single
Open Court Rooms, Single
Harbour, Garden or Street View, Double
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Suites
10% discount for a stay of two weeks or longer.
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.
June 15 to Sept. 15
Other IVfonths
$5.50; $6.50; $7.50;   $8.50
$4.50; $5.50; $6.50; $7.50
4.50
3.50
$3.50; $9.50; $10.50; $12.50
$6,50; $7.50; $8.50; $9,50; $10.50
7.50
5.50
$13.00 up
$11,00 up
Meals—A la Carte, also Table d'Hdte and Combination meals at low, popular city prices.
Luncheon Headquarters—Gyro, Monday; Kiwanis, Tuesday; Rotary, Tl
FLOWER GARDENS OF VICTORIA
Reminiscent of Old England, Vie
a delicate beauty to this land of flo1
Gardens—beautiful parks. This city
toria is lovely and enchanting. Its profusion
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quiet repose. Winter   at   Victoria,   B.C»~—The Garden City of Canada's Evergreen  Playground.
This ideal winter playground on Vancouver Island provides a glorious change—favorable climate paralleling
the climatic optimum—the tang of balmy breezes combined with warming winter sunshine—minimum
rainfall.
EMPRESS HOTEL
Special Winter Vacation Rates—European Plan
In effect from October 1  to April 30
Monthly Rate—For stay of one month or longer:
Room with bath, single for as low as $ 90.00
Room with bath, double (2 persons) as low as    120.00
Day Rate— Room with bath, single (in open court) $ 3.50
Room with bath, double (2 persons) (in open court)  5.50
Room with bath, single (harbour, garden or street view) from  4.50
Room with bath, double (2 persons) (harbour, garden or street view) from 6.50
Discount of 10% on day room rates for a stay of two weeks or longer.
Transfer: Hotel and Can. Pac. Ry. S.S. docks. .     34 mile.       Hotel and ocean docks 1 j^ miles.
Trunk 50c. each way; hand baggage free.
CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR IN VICTORIA
Sunlit golf courses—lawnlike fairways—greens as smooth as a tabletop—riding, fishing, hiking—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 prepared
for guests of the Empress Hotel—bringing in the Yule-log, the savoury Boar's Head—Christmas Carols—all
the frolic and fun of a genuine Old English Yuletide celebration.
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VICTORIA'S ANNUAL GOLF FEATURE
Usually during the second week in March each year the Empress Annual Amateur Golf Tournament
is held over the course of either the Victoria (Oak Bay) Golf Club or the Royal Colwood Golf Club, for the
Sir Edward Beatty Challenge Cup, Chamber of Commerce Trophy. Victoria Rotary Rose Bowl, the Mat son
Inter-District Team Cup and other prizes, but due to conditions brought about by the war it was reluctantly decided to postpone this Tournament in 1945.
Since the first Empress Annual Golf Tournament held in 1929, each year players from various points
in the United States and Canada have enjoyed keenly contested matches over Victoria's fine courses and it
is hoped more favourable conditions will permit renewal of this annual event in 1946 and each year
thereafter.
The competition is open to guests of the Empress Hotel and permanent residents of the district of Victoria,
who are annual senior members in any one of the following clubs, and have paid either six months' fees in
advance to their respective clubs, or have been members thereof for the preceding twelve months:
Victoria Golf Club, Royal Colwood Golf Club, Uplands Golf Club, Gorge Vale Golf Club.
The entrance fee is $5.00 for ladies and $10.00 for gentlemen. Handicaps: LOCAL players in all cases
shall deduct three from club handicap.
The tournament is divided into classes for ladies and men. The qualifying round for men is held on
the morning of the opening day and for ladies in the afternoon. 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 Saturday night.
Special room rates are available at the Empress Hotel during the tournament (for stay of seven days).
Full particulars and reservations may be obtained from any Canadian Pacific agent or from J. K. Hodges
Manager, Empress Hotel, Victoria, B.C. Va n c o u v e r
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Hotel  VanCOUVer, Vancouver, British Columbia.
(Operated by the Vancouver Hotel Company, Limited, on
behalf of the Canadian Pacific and Canadian
National Railway Companies)
Commandingly situated on Georgia Street, stands
the Hotel Vancouver, with its excellent appointments
and 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.
Five hundred and sixty rooms, each with combination tub and shower bath.
DAILY RATES—(European Plan—Open All Year)
single  $ 3.50 to $6.50
Double (Double Bed)  5.00 to   8.00
Double (Twin Beds)      6.00 to   8.50
Suites  $13.00 a day up
COMMERCIAL   SAMPLE   ROOMS—Combination   and
straight, with the newest in lighting and equipment.
MEALS—A la Carte, also selective combination meals at
popular prices.
Air-Conditioned Cafeteria—Prices attractively low.
Dinner Dance—Wednesdays 7-10 p.m.   Supper Dance—Fridays and Saturdays on the Panorama Roof.
[4] Sunshine Lodge
(Owned and operated by Brewster Transport Co. Ltd., Banff, Alta.)
Open—Summer: July and August; Winter:    November to April.
Situated southwest of Banff on the Continental Divide on the edge of Simpson Pass.    Riding, hiking
climbing, fishing, skiing in winter.
RATES—$5.50 a day per person up American Plan.   Special discount to members of the Armed Forces.
For reservation apply: Brewster Transport Co. Ltd., Banff, Alta.
Radium Hot Springs Lodge
Hot Springs, B.C.
(Owned and operated by Miss Charlotte Armstrong)
Open— June to  September
Cabins available for accommodation without the
service of meals—Cooking facilities available or meals
may be obtained in nearby cafes.
Golf, tennis, fishing, hiking, mountain climbing
and swimming in hot radium pools.
RATES—$2.00 to $3.50 per day; $12.00 to $21.00
per week.
For reservation apply: Miss Charlotte Armstrong,
Radium Hot Springs, B.C.
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HOTEL    PALLISER
T. C. WHELAN
Manager
*lOr©l A aillSer, Calgary, Alta. Up-to-date and fireproof . . commandingly situated in the centre
of Calgary. Four hundred and eighty-nine 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.
HOTEL PALLISER
Calgary is situated at the junction of the Bow and Elbow
rivers. A short distance to the west are the Canadian Rockies;
north-east are the irrigated farm areas, while north and south
stretch the rolling prairies.
DAILY RATES—(European Plan—Open All Year)
Single with bath..
Double with bath
(Double Bed) . . .
Double with bath
(Twin Beds)....
 $3.50; $4.00; $4.50; $5.00; $5.50
 $5.00; $5.50; $6.00; $6.50; $7.00
 $5.50; $6.00; $6.50; $7.00; $7.50; $8.00
Suites—$11.00 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.
Calgary's  finest   Coffee   Shop,   conveniently  located   on   Lobby
Floor.
Luncheon Headquarters of:
Kiwanis, Monday; Rotary, Tuesday; Gyro and Lions, Wednesday; Probus, Thursday.
Adjacent  to  Canadian  Pacific  Station.     Trunk  25c each  way.
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HOTEL    SASKATCHEWAN
A. G. E. ROBB1NS
Manager
Hotel Saskatchewan, Regina, Sask. 268 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 is the social and business focal point 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, the capital of the Province of Saskatchewan and headquarters of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Training Depot, is well worth a visit.
EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION FOR MEETINGS AND BANQUETS.
DAILY RATES—(European Plan—Open All Year)
Single with bath $3.50; $4.00; $4.50; $5.00; $5.50
Double with bath
(Double Bed)    5.00;    5.50;    6.00;    6.50;    7.00
Double with bath
(Twin Beds)    5.50;    6.00;    6.50;    7.00;    7.50
Suites—$11.00 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,   Monday,   and   Kinsmen   every   other
Monday; Gyro, Thursday.
Transfer   between   hotel   and   Union    Station    by   taxi
( %  mile). Trunk 35c each way.
Canadian    Pacific    Telegraphs,   Express    and
Travellers Cheques.
HOTEL SASKATCHEWAN
171 Winnipeg
ROYAL   ALEXANDRA   HOTEL
H. C. MACFARLANE
Manager
Royal Alexandra Hotel, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 445 rooms. 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. Winnipeg, a thriving city situated practically
in   the   centre of   the Dominion of Canada, is the capital of Manitoba.
EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION IS AVAILABLE   IN   THE  HOTEL FOR MEETINGS AND
BANQUETS.
DAILY RATES—(European Plan—Open All Year)
Single with bath—
$3.50; $4.00; $4.50; $5.00; $5.50
Double with bath (Double Bed)—
$5.00; $5.50; $6.00; $6.50; $7.00
Double with bath (Twin Beds)—
$5.50; $6.00; $6.50; $7.00; $7.50
Suites—$11.00 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 served in the Dining Room.
A Coffee Shop is located in the hotel where meals
are also served at attractive prices.
Covered passageway between hotel and Canadian
Pacific Station.   Trunk 25c each way.
Luncheon Headquarters of:
Kiwanis,   Tuesday;   Rotary,   Wednesday;
Gyro, Thursday.
ROYAL ALEXANDRA HOTEL
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Largest Hotel in the British Empire
J. JOHNSON
Manager
European Plan—1200 Rooms—Open All Year
Opposite the Union Station, with which it is connected by
subway, eliminating taxi fares. Trunk 50c each way. Conveniently located in the shopping, theatre and business districts.
Every room is an outside room equipped with tub and shower,
also radio receiving sets. There are various private suites
priced from $13, $16, $21, and up. Rooms from $4.50 a day.
Business conference suites, large sample rooms.
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. Afternoon tea. Nightly supper dance except
Sunday.
VENETIAN CAFE:—A popular-priced restaurant. Moderately
priced A la Carte meals, also Table d'Hdte.
SANDWICH SHOP AND SODA FOUNTAIN ON ARCADE FLOOR
MEETING HEADQUARTERS
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; Optimist Club,
Tuesday; Rotary Club, Friday; Toilet Goods Manufacturers,
1st  Monday each   month.
DINNERS: Kinsmen Club, every other Thursday; Quota Club,
last Tuesday each month; Purchasing Agents Association,
2nd Wednesday; Soroptimist Club, 1st Tuesday; Toronto 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.
ROYAL YORK HOTEL
Toronto, Ontario
[9] NTARIO
DEVIL'S GAP LODGE
Kenora, Ont.
C. H. LIVINGSTONE, Manager
Open June to September
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. Deluxe one and two-room
bungalows with private shower bath.
GOLF—At Kenora, an excellent nine-hole course is
available to guests of Devil's Gap Lodge. A regular scheduled boat service for golfers is operated from the lodge.
SWIMMING—Diving float and springboard is situated
within fifty yards of the lodge and an excellent beach
provides pleasure with safety for the children.
Tennis and other activities provide a real sporty holiday.
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 and maskinonge.
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.
RATES:
American Plan—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
Child 12 years or under, if occupying
extra bed or cot in cabin with adults
or cot on verandah  2.75
Similarly for third adult (or child over
12 years of age)      4.25
SELECTED TYPE CABINS WITH TOILET
AND SHOWER
Double (2 persons)  11.00
Child 12 years or under, if occupying
extra bed or cot in cabin with adults
or cot on verandah... ,  3.00
Similarly for third adult (or child over
12 years of age)  5.25
Single   occupancy   of   a   Twin   Bedded
De Luxe Room  7.50
5% discount for a stay of a week or longer.
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. RENC
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FRENCH RIVER
Chalet-Bungalow Camp
Open June to September.
C. W. HONEY
Manager and Lessee
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Situated in the heart of rugged, beautiful
"wilderness" country and yet only seven hours
from the populated region surrounding Toronto.
GOLF—On Dry Pine Bay Is the picturesque well-
kept Seagram nine-hole course, 2,515 yards in length
on which camp guests may play on payment of
green fees.
SWIMMING—At the foot of the links is a beautiful
sandy beach, or you can swim and frolic from the
camp float and diving board.
FISHING—Black bass of both small and large
mouth varieties abound. Pickerel and savage maskinonge are plentiful—fishing season for maskinonge
is from June 28th to October 15th and for bass from
July 1st to October 15th. License for non-residents
$5.50.
GUIDES AND BOAT HIRE—Guides are available
at the rate of $5.75 a day which includes Guide's meal.
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 well as first class launches.
PINE RAPIDS CAMP—A subsidiary of French
River Camp. It is reached by motor launch and
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 make
your vacation at the camp congenial—no extensive
wardrobe is necessary—saunter around in your
outing costume if you desire.
RATES:
American Plan—Including Room and Meals.
Main Camp—$5.50 a day per person
Pine Rapids — $6.00 a day per person
5% discount for a stay of a week or longer.
Canadian Pacific Rail and Steamship
Services Span the World.
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CHATEAU FRONTENAC
EUROPEAN PLAN
OPEN ALL YEAR
B. A. NEALE
Manager
Built in the style of a sixteenth century chateau, commandingly situated overlooking the mighty
St. Lawrence, 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.    723 rooms.
QUEBEC CITY itself is very interesting  as an all-year-round resort with  its historic  monuments—
the  Plains  of  Abraham—Governor's  Garden  on  St.  Louis  Street—the  Wolfe-Montcalm  monument—the
Cardinal's Palace—the age-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 and see the narrowest streets in America.
Golf on a championship course.    Visit Ste. Anne de Beaupre—the famous shrine of  Sainte Anne, the
patron   saint of the Province of Quebec.      Tour the
beautiful Isle of Orleans in the St. Lawrence.
DAILY RATES—(European Plan)
May 1 to September 30
Single without bath     $3.50 to $5.00
Double without bath  $7.00 to $9.00
Single with bath  $6.00 to $8.00
Double with bath  $10.00 to $14.00
Suites  $15.00 and $20.00 up
Child 12 years or under occupying room with two
adults— $2.00 additional to double rate for cot. Over
12 year8 of age—adult rate.
Adult rate for cot $3.00.
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: Between hotel and station (J^ mile); hotel
and docks (1 mile).   Trunk 50c each way.
LUNCHEON   HEADQUARTERS — Rotary,  Tuesday;
Optimist, Wednesday; Kiwanis, Thursday.
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Winter Sports in and around Quebec
The Chateau Frontenac—popular headquarters for the many fortunate winter sports enthusiasts who
visit Quebec, and the home of the Chateau Frontenac Ski-Hawk Club.
SKIING—This major winter attraction is given prominence in Quebec and vicinity because of the ideally
suited terrain, which ranges from baby slopes for the beginner to the steeper ones desired by the expert skier.
Lac Beauport Snow Bowl, just outside Quebec is the headquarters for the new Parallel skiing technique.
Other sports include skating on the Chateau Frontenac Rink just outside the hotel. Hockey matches
and curling bonspiels are some of the many 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 music of the Chateau Frontenac orchestras.
SPECIAL DAILY RATES (European Plan)
(October 1 to April 30)
Single room without bath $ 3.50 to $4.50
Double room without bath          5.00 to   7.00
Single room with bath      5.00 to    7.00
Double room with bath      8.00 to 10.00
Suites    15.00 and up
Child 12 years or under occupying room with two
adults—$2.00 additional to double rate for cot. Over
12 years of age—adult rate.
Adult rate for cot $3.00
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 and Combination meals at reasonable prices in the Main
Dining Room. Lower priced meals served in the
Coffee Shop. CORNWALLIS     INN
R. M. ELLIS
Manager
CORNWALLIS INN
CornWallis Inn, Kentville, N.S., in the
Land of Evangeline, a new and outstanding
type of hotel, is the social and business centre of
a prosperous community, 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.
DAILY 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
Sitting Room—$5.00 extra per day.
87 rooms, all equipped with bath.   Weekly and monthly rates for families quoted on request.
Children 12 years of age and under—half rate.   Over 12 years of age—adult rate.
Transfer (J4 mile), bus fare 35c each way, including hand baggage. Trunk 50c each way.
SERVICE CLUBS Breakfast $1.00
Rotary Club luncheon each Monday; Lunch $1.00
Gyro Club dinner every second Friday. Dinner $1.25
Canadian Pacific—World's Greatest Travel System C. E. GRAY
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 Nelson expresses perfectly 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.
DAILY RATES
Single room with bath $3.50 up
Double room with bath  $6.00 up
Bed sitting room and bath $5 00 up
Suites  $11.00 and $13.00
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Meals—A  la   Carte,  also   Table   d'Hote   at   popular
prices.
LORD NELSON HOTEL
For further information and reservations communicate with Hotel Manager,
or nearest Canadian Pacific agent. Saint   John
THE ADMIRAL BEATTY HOTEL
E. B. SWEENEY
Manager
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The Admiral Beatty Hotel, Saint John, N.B. (Owned and operated by the Admiral Beatty Hotel Co., Ltd.)
A fireproof hotel containing 250 outside rooms, situated in the heart of the city opposite King Square, the
garden spot of Saint John.
Prevailing extraordinary conditions have altered many
vacation plans, but for those who visit Saint John,
either for business or rest, the Admiral Beatty Hotel
offers comfortable homelike rooms and appetizing meals.
Hay Fever sufferers 'will find relief in this pollen-free
climate. Advance reservation recommended to ensure
desired accommodation.
DAILY RATES—(European Plan—Open All Year)
Single     $2.20 to $4.40
Double    3.85 to   7.70
MEALS—A la Carte or Table d'Hote—Dining
Room or Cafeteria.
McADAM HOTEL
McAdam, N.B.
MISS E. E. QUINN, Manageress
American Plan—Open All Year
DAILY RATES
Single with bath from $4.25
Double with bath from $3.75 per person
Single without bath from $3.50
Double without bath from $3.25 per person
Breakfast 60; .75
Lunch  .75
Dinner  .90
Adjoining station.    Comfortable rooms and tempting
meals for the hunter and fisherman.
THE ADMIRAL BEATTY Canadian Pacific Summer Resorts
Canadian Pacific Summer Resort Hotels and Lodges, which normally open during
the summer season but which, owing to existing conditions, will not be open until
further notice:—
CANADIAN ROCKIES
Banff Springs Hotel ,. .Banff, Alta.
Chateau Lake Louise Lake Louise, Alta.
Emerald Lake Chalet near Field, B.C.
Moraine Lake Lodge  near Lake Louise, Alta.
Plain of Six Glaciers Tea House near Lake Louise, Alta.
Lake Agnes Tea House   near Lake Louise, Alta.
Yoho Valley Lodge .. near Field, B.C.
Twin Falls Tea House near Field, B.C.
Lake Wapta Lodge  . Hector, B.C.
Lake O'Hara Lodge Hector, B.C.
NOVA SCOTIA
Digby Pines Hotel Digby, N.S.
Lakeside Inn. . . ,. .Yarmouth, N.S.
NEW BRUNSWICK
Algonquin Hotel. St. Andre ws-by-the-»Sea,
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