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Always carry
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
EXPRESS
TRAVELLERS'
CHEQUES
— safe and
convenient
WEEK-END   INCLUSIVE
TOURS   TO   CANADA
(11 or 12 days) by the magnificent
s.s. "EMPRESS OF BRITAIN"
(42,500 Tons) (24 Knob)
BRITAIN'S    LATEST    LUXURY    LINER
The Twelve-day " Empress of Britain " inclusive Tours
have  been   planned in response to many requests from
those who, not having too much time to spare, yet want
a holiday out of the ordinary run.
From Southampton, June 8 and
thereafter at fortnightly  intervals
Fare with First Class (minimum rate) on the Atlantic
From £87 . S.O
Fare with Tourist Class on the Atlantic - From £46.10.0
Fare with Third Class on the Atlantic • From £33.10.0
Sailings during the "Peak" Seasons First Class (minimum
rate) on the Atlantic £91.17.6, and Tourist Class £49. 12.6
(Subject to change)
Canadian Pacific Offices in the British Isles
London - 62-65 Charing Cross, S.W.I & 103 Leadenhall St., E.C.3
Birmingham - 4 Victoria Square Southampton - Canute Road
Bristol - 18 St. Augustine's Parade Glasgow- 25 Bothwell St., C.2
Liverpool - Royal Liver Building Dundee - 88 Commercial Street
Manchester - - 31 Mosley Street Belfast - - 24 Donegall Place
Newcastlc-on-Tyne34MosleyStreet Dublin - 44 Dawson St., C.2
or Local Agents Everywhere
Sir George McLaren Brown.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
In recent years Canada has become
increasingly popular as the holiday playground of the World's peoples (for
where else on the earth's surface may one
find such a variety of scenic splendour
on so vast a scale?) now made so easy
of access by the fast and efficient transportation services of Canadian Pacific.
Canada itself and everything in it,
from the Great Lakes and Prairies to
the towering ice-capped mountains, is
fashioned by Nature on a gigantic scale
and the journey from coast to coast is
an unforgettable experience. Vast forest
lands extend for hundreds of miles and
one glimpses a thousand shimmering
streams. In the Rocky Mountain region
there is exquisite beauty such as no
brush or pen could adequately describe,
but amid the unspoiled wildness of it
all, there is the unobtrusive hand of
the World's Greatest Travel System to
guide you and provide for your comfort. ANNUAL
"ACROSS   CANADA  TOUR"
SEVEN  WEEKS'  DURATION
including A Thousand Miles Cruise along the St. Lawrence Seaway
From |^f^t°o1     August 2,1935     From Greenock - August 3,1935
by s-s- DUCHESS OF YORK
Five weeks' Inland Tour Through The Empire's Nearest Dominion
Visiting
All the principal Cities, Towns and Beauty Spots; The Plains of Abraham; Montmorency
Falls; The Rolling Prairies; Mountain Ranges of the Rockies; Beautiful Banff; Johnston
Canyon; Kootenay National Park; Sinclair Canyon; Radium Hot Springs Camp; The Lariat
Trail; Emerald Lake; Yoho Valley; Takakkaw Falls; Kicking Horse Pass; The Great
Divide; Lake Louise; Valley of the Ten Peaks ; Through the Spiral Tunnels; Fraser,
Thompson and Albert Canyons; The Pacific Coast and Vancouver Island; Eastward through
the Kettle Valley and the Coquihalla Pass ; The Orchards of British Columbia; Crow's
Nest Pass; Devil's Gap Chalet-Bungalow Camp in the Romantic Backwoods; Across the
Great Lakes by Steamer; Niagara Falls; Toronto, the <; Queen" City; Ottawa, Federal
Capital of Canada and Scene of the Imperial Economic Conference, 1932; and so to
Montreal, largest Canadian Seaport, although one thousand miles from the Atlantic Ocean.
ALL-INCLUSIVE FARE £164. 10.
Personally Accompanied Throughout
Ask for Special Descriptive Booklet
A   TOUR   WITHOUT   EQUAL
T
QUEBEC
MONTMORENCY
FALLS
THE PRAIRIES
THE ROCKIES
BANFF
LARIAT TRAIL
LAKE LOUISE
EMERALD LAKE
YOHO VALLEY
TAKAKKAW
FALLS
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
KICKING HORSE
PASS
KETTLE VALLEY
KENORA
TORONTO
NIAGARA FALLS
OTTAWA
MONTREAL
Etc. Quotations for
INDEPENDENT TRAVEL
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on application
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SHORT   TOURS
There can be no mistaking the warmth of the welcome extended to the
European visitor in Canada. From the moment one sets foot in the
Dominion until the final farewells,- one meets with the cheeriest of
Canadian hospitality.
These popular Conducted Tours are skilfully planned to provide the
maximum of interest and enjoyment at very moderate cost.
TOURS   PROGRAMME, 1935
t B.2 May 25
' B.3 June 7
t B.4    June 22
MONTROSE. Quebec, Ottawa, Toronto, Niagara Falls, New York, Albany, Montreal 26 days £68 15
DUCHESS OF YORK. Quebec, Ottawa, Toronto, Niagara Falls, New York, Montreal 21 days £62 10
EMPRESS OF BRITAIN. Quebec, Ottawa, French River, Toronto, Niagara Falls, New
York, Albany, Montreal 25 days £82   5
* B.5    July   5   DUCHESS OF YORK. Quebec, Ottawa, toronto, Niagara Falls, New York, Montreal 21 days £63   0
* AI July 11
* B.6 July 19
* B-7 July 26
t CI July 27
* A.2 Aug.   2
* B.8 Aug.   2
t C2 Aug. 10
* B.9 Aug. 23
t B.10 Aug. 29
* B.ll Sept. 13
* B.12 Sept. 20
DUCHESS OF ATHOLL. Quebec, Ottawa, Toronto, Niagara Falls, New York, Montreal 22 days £65 10
DUCHESS OF ATHOLL. Quebec, Montreal, Kenora, Fort William, Toronto, Niagara
Falls, Ottawa, Montreal
DUCHESS OF BEDFORD. Quebec, Ottawa, Toronto, Niagara Falls, New York, Montreal
DUCHESS OF RICHMOND.   Quebec, Ottawa, Toronto, Niagara Falls, New York,
Montreal
EMPRESS OF BRITAIN. Quebec, Ottawa, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Toronto, Detroit,
Chicago, Washington, New York, Montreal
DUCHESS OF YORK. Quebec, Ste. Marguerite, Montreal
DUCHESS OF YORK. Quebec, Ottawa, Toronto, Niagara Falls.New York, Washington,
New York, AlbanV, Montreal
EMPRESS OF BRITAIN.  Quebec, Ottawa, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Toronto, Detroit,
Chicago, Washington, New York, Montreal
DUCHESS OF YORK. Quebec, Ottawa, JToronto, Niagara Falls, New York, Montreal
EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA. Quebec, Ottawa, French River, Toronto, Niagara Falls,
New York| Washington, New York, Albany, Montreal
DUCHESS OF ATHOLL. Quebec, Ottaw4 Toronto, Niagara Falls, New York, Montreal
DUCHESS OF YORK. Quebec, Ottawa, toronto, Niagara Falls, New York, Montreal
* From Liverpool. + From f outhampton. % From Glasgow.
Belfast &. Greenock.
29 days
21 days
£81 10
£63   0
21 days £63   0
26 days
19 days
£90 15
£48   5
25 days £72   0
26 days
21 days
30 days
21 days
21 days
£90 15
£64 0
£84 15
£63 5
£63 5
WHAT THE FARES INCLUDE:
Cost includes for the Short Tours, Return Ocean passage
Tourist Class, by Canadian Pacific Steamships, First Class
rail in Canada with Sleeping Berth or Parlour Car Seat,
Hotel accommodation at the places stated (Double Room
basis), three meals daily either at hotels or on train, and
transfers between stations and hotels.   Sightseeing drives
are included at each city visited.  Gratuities are included
on all inland services but not on Atlantic Steamers.
Supplements:—
First  or  Cabin   Class   accommodation on  Atlantic
Steamships can be secured on payment of the usual
Supplements.
Single Rooms in Hotels, from 10s.
to £3 10, according to tour.
Rebate for passengers desiring to
travel Third Class on Atlantic
Steamers     -       -    from £9 0 0
(Itineraries and fares subject to
change with or without notice.)
SPECIMEN    ITINERARY
TOUR B 3. 7 DAYS ON SHORE. 21 DAYS.
Sails from Liverpool June 7 (Friday) by 20,000-ton liner
Duchess of York. Calls at Belfast (same night), Greenock
(next morning).
June 15. Arrive Quebec—meals at famous Chateau Frontenac City
drive and Plains of Abraham. Take night train to
Montreal.
June 16. Breakfast, Montreal—take morning train to Ottawa. Lunch
at Chateau Laurier. Drive, including visit to Houses of
Parliament. Take train to Toronto, arriving 9.30 p.m.
Stay at Royal York Hotel (largest in British Empire).
June 17. Toronto—city drive. Leave by Canada Steamship Line for
sail across Lake Ontario. Arrive Lewiston — transfer to
electric train for trip along Niagara Gorge. Stay at Niagara
Hotel, N.Y. after drive round falls, which are illuminated
at night.
June 18. Leave Niagara Falls by morning train for New York,
arrive 9.30 p.m.    Stay at McAlpin Hotel.
June 19. Morning drive of uptown and downtown New York.
Take night train for Montreal.
June 20. Montreal.   Meals at Windsor Hotel.   City drive.
June 21. Sail at 9.0 a.m. Duchess of York. Arrive Greenock June 27
—Belfast and Liverpool June 28.
Total length of Tour—21 days, including 7 days in Canada
and U.S.A.
Total inclusive price—£62 10.
Plus U.S. Head Tax (refundable). (Subject to change).
CANADIAN PACIFIC TOURS
NOTES    FROM    PREVIOUS    PASSENGERS:
" 1 might mention that everything in connection with my trip was
' par excellence' in every sense of the word." G.M.C.
"Allow me to say that the trip was most enjoyable t
might add that 1 had the time of my life."
me and 1
A.G.
"I am most grateful to you for looking after us so well and to the
Company for a very pleasant and instructive holiday." D.H.
"May I add that I have thoroughly enjoyed the trip and your
representative was most kind, courteous—and patient!"  G.M.S.
"It is the finest holiday we have ever had." T.C.
QUEBEC
STE.
MARGUERITE
OTTAWA
FRENCH RIVER
CHALET
BUNGALOW
CAMP
TORONTO
NIAGARA
FALLS
KENORA
CHALET
BUNGALOW
CAMP
GREAT LAKES
DETROIT
CHICAGO
WASHINGTON
NEW YORK
HUDSON RIVER
ALBANY
MONTREAL

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