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World Cruise
• Empress of Scotland •
From New York Dec. 3. 1925
Canadian Pacific -i CANADIAN        PACIFIC
SOUVENIR PASSENGER LIST
ROUND THE WORLD CRUISE
by the
SS. "EMPRESS OF SCOTLAND"
Oil Fuel
25,000 Tons Gross Register
37,500 Tons Displacement
FROM NEW YORK, N. Y., DECEMBER 3RD,  I925
OFFICERS
R. G. LATTA    - Commander
R. N. Stuart, v.c, d.s.o., Ii.n.r. Staff-Captain
C. H. Sapsworth - - - Chief Officer
A. E. Philp - Chief Engineer
J. Walker Bartlet - Purser
A. Bremner       - Second Purser
D. B. S. Jones - Surgeon
H. G. Oriel - Asst. Surgeon
L. Geddes          -       -       -       - Chief Steward
CANADIAN       PACIFIC
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CANADIAN  PACIFIC
CRUISE DIRECTOR
P. D. Sutherland
Assistant Cruise Directors
W. R. Mclnnes
A. D. MacDonald
H. H. Everett
H. R. Mathewson
W. H. Powell
A. R. Buchanan
W. A. Shackelford
A. G. Richards
L. F. Leonhardt
W. Kendall Evans
Max Miller
J. F. McKeon
Organizer of Entertainment
Mrs. A. M. Camp
Assistant Organizer of Entertainment
Mrs. W. Kendall Evans
Lecturer and Press Representative
Deane H. Dickason
Press Photographer
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Harry Pollard
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC
ITINERARY OF ROUND THE WORLD CRUISE
S. S. Empress of Scotland
Ports Miles Arrive
New York  	
Madeira  2,765 Dec. 10
Gibraltar  615 Dec. 13
Algiers  425 Dec. 15
Monaco  461 Dec. 17
Naples  364 Dec. 19
Haifa  1,196 Dec. 25
Port Said  170 Dec. 26
Suez  88 Dec. 27
Bombay  2,961 Jan.   10
Colombo  905 Jan.   20
Padang  i>354 Jan.   28
Batavia  582 Jan.  30
Singapore  526 Feb.    2
Manila  ij37° Feb.    7
Hongkong  631 Feb.  10
Shanghai  852 Feb.  16
Beppu  610 Feb. 20
Miyajima  80 Feb.  22
Kobe  155 . Feb. 23
Yokohama  346 Mar.    1
Honolulu  3>394 Mar. 13
Hilo   225 Mar. 15
San Francisco  x>999 Mar. 20
Los Angeles  368 Mar. 23
Balboa  2,913 Apr.    2
Cristobal  38 Apr.    3
Havana  1,003 Apr.    6
New York  1,213 Apr. 10
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Dec.
11
Dec.
13
Dec.
15
Dec.
18
Dec.
21
Dec.
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Dec.
27
Jan.
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Jan.
17
Jan.
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Jan.
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Feb.
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Feb.
8
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Feb.
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Feb.
22
Feb.
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Feb.
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Mar.
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Mar.
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Mar.
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Apr.
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Apr.
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Apr.
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC
information for passengers
wan
SHORE EXCURSION PROGRAMS will be distributed to
passengers the day before arrival at the various ports.
DECK CHAIRS AND RUGS may be rented at the Post
Office on "F" Deck.
BAGGAGE will be handled by the ship's Baggage Master
who is stationed in the Baggage Room, to which passengers
have access daily.   Ask any steward to direct you.
BAGGAGE INSURANCE is recommended and may be purchased from the Purser.
WIRELESS TELEGRAMS are accepted for transmission to
any part of the World, or for delivery to passing ships. Rates
may be obtained at the Marconi Office Deck B, and messages
should be filed there.
VALUABLES may be placed in the Purser's safe, free of
charge. Envelopes will be provided by the Purser, to be
sealed and signed by the passenger. As no charge is made
for this service, the Company can accept no responsibility for
loss or damage, however arising.
TRANSFER to superior accommodation can be arranged
only upon payment of the difference in fare.'
MONEY EXCHANGE. Passengers desiring to exchange
money should apply to the Purser.
FACILITIES. The Empress of Scotland has every facility
of a high-class hotel: stenographer, barber, ladies' hairdresser,
manicurist, masseuse, surgeon, professional nurses, laundry,
valet service, photographer, novelty shop, daily newspaper,
etc., and is equipped with long range radio capable of maintaining communication with land at all times.
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INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS—Continued
SURGEON. No charge will be made for medical attendance
or medicine, except for the treatment of ailments which
existed prior to departure from New York or contracted
ashore during the Cruise, when the Surgeon, by the Company's
regulations is permitted to render a bill subject to the approval
of the Commander. All drugs and other medical supplies,
with the exception of certain proprietary articles sold at
"The Shop," are in charge of the ship's Surgeon and can only
be issued to passengers on his authority.
Passengers are respectfully reminded that the Surgeon is
under no obligation to issue particular drugs or remedies
at the request of passengers, whether for self treatment or
otherwise, unless in the exercise of his professional responsibility he considers such issue expedient in the passengers'
own interest.
BATHS. Passengers should apply to Steward or Stewardess,
who will endeavor to reserve at the time desired.
PHOTOGRAPHERS. A competent staff is carried for developing and printing. Films, specially put up in hermetically
sealed tins for use in the tropics, may be purchased at The
Shop aboard ship.
PASSPORT should be kept handy at all times.
POST OFFICE is provided on Deck F where all mail and
telegrams should be handed in for transmission.
Stamps may be purchased at this office. Passengers who
leave the ship at intermediate ports of call should leave their
address at the Post Office, in order that letters may be
forwarded.
LIFE BELTS in State Rooms,
method of attachment.
Bedroom Steward will explain
&
EMERGENCY STATIONS. Consult plan and directions in
alleyways.
TIMES BOOK CLUB. Latest books on travel and fiction
may be obtained from the Ship's Library in the Lounge, or
from the Times Book Club on Deck F.
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INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS—Continued
MEAL HOURS
(Subject to change while ship is in port)
1st Sitting     2nd Sitting
Breakfast       8.00 a.m.        9.00 a.m.
Luncheon      12.30 p.m.        1.30 p.m.
Dinner       6.15 p.m.        7.30 p.m.
DINING SALOON SEATS  are  assigned  by  the  Second
Steward.
AFTERNOON TEA is served at 4 p.m. on deck and in all
public rooms.    Children served in the dining saloon.
BUGLE is sounded thirty minutes before dinner.
PRIVATE DINNERS may be arranged on application to
Chief Steward.
ORCHESTRA will play during luncheon and dinner and also
in the Lounge or Winter Garden, as arranged.
SMOKING should be confined to the Smoking Room, Lounge,
Winter Garden and Card Room.
Smoking is not permitted in the Drawing Room, Library or
Writing Room.
In the Dining Saloon, smoking is permitted after the last
sitting of luncheon and dinner, but not at breakfast, or first
sitting at luncheon or first sitting at dinner.
LIGHTS are extinguished in the Saloon, Lounge and Smoke-
room at midnight. The bar closes at midnight.
DIVINE SERVICE on Sundays at 10.45 a-m-> except when
the ship is in port.
SUGGESTIONS. Cruise members having suggestions to
make regarding service are requested to file them with the
Commander, Cruise Director, Purser or Chief Steward,
promptly, so that immediate attention may be given.
BULLETINS containing items of general interest and
announcement will be posted in the main companionways
and elsewhere.
MEMBERS OF CRUISE STAFF will wear a shield on their
lapel showing their name.    Consult them fpr information.
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Adam, Mr. John
Adam, Mrs.
Adams, Mrs. H. E.
Adams, Mr. Phelps
Adie, Mr. E. E.
Aldridge, Miss G.
Anderson, Dr. G. Adolph i
Anderson, Mr. Albert O. ^
Anderson, Mr. Frank O.
Anderson, Mrs.
Archibald, Mr. Roland D.
Atkinson, Mr. F. J.
Atkinson, Mrs.
Avery, Mr. John H.<£-
Avery, Mrs. £_~
Ayers, Mr. Frank H.
Ayer, Miss Elizabeth A.
Ayre, Miss Emma Bray
Babson, Mr. George J.luuUxi/^f
Babson, Mr. Keith O.
Bailey, Mrs. C. H. cb.e.j.p   £>JJ        O
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Baines, Mr. W. S.
Baker, Mr. Walter R. cv.o.
Baker, Mrs.
Balbach, Miss May
Bald, Mr. Henry
Bald, Mrs.
Balden, Mr. W. A
Balden, Mrs.
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Baldwin, Mr. F. L.
Balsley, Mrs. Josephine
Barker, Miss Ethel L.
Baxter, Miss Pauline
Barker, Mrs. Bertha W.i
Barnard, Mr. Edward
Barnard, Mrs.
Bauman, Miss J.
Beach, Miss M. D.
Beardmore, Mr. L. Dudley
Bendall, Mrs. L. H.
Benn, Miss Carrie T.
Benn, Mr. Hafcry W.
Berg, Mrs. Ollie E.
Berlinger, Mr. B.
Besly, Miss Frances
Beyda, Mr. Raymond
Bignold, Capt. S. W.
Bignold, Mrs.
Bistany, Mr. Geo. M
Binkley, Josephine C.
Bleckmann, Mr. Eugen
Bliss, Mr. A. W.  *
Bliss, Mrs.   i-*-*
Boak, Mr. Geo. R.   .
Bond, Mr. C. L.
Borrer, Mrs. Clifford
Bousfield, Mr. Harold
Walgrove
Bow, Mrs. Lily Lawrence
Boyd, Mrs. Stanley H.      «0\
Buchanan, Mr. A. R. _->  '
Budd, Mrs. Mary C.
unting, Miss Edwine
unting, Miss Alice
Burns, Mrs. Mabel L.
Burnham, Mrs. Maud C.
Burton, Mr. Thomas
Butterworth, Mr. W.
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Bramer, Mrs.
Brennan, Miss Jocelyi\
Brooke, Dr. Gwen J. #^^11^^
M. R. C. S., L. R. C. P
Brooks, Mr. Reuben z-
Brooks, Miss Martha^.**-**?'
Brown, Mr. George
Bruce, Mrs. William Wright
Bryan,-Mr. B. B. ^- ^/.^
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Burns, Mrs. John J.
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Camp, Mrs. A. M.  **-
Campbell, Mrs. Reau
Campbell, Miss Mildred
Carpenter, Mr. William
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Carrier, Mrs. A. B. Vr Wt*x4/nJ
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WjCarruthers, Mrs. C. G.
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Cartwright, Mr. Chas. C.   ItfitJJU.
Chase. Mrs. Rachel A. ^^frk^^7 )/§,
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-Chrisman, Mr. A. J. ^
Church, Mrs. A. I
Clark, Mr. A. W.
Clark, Mr. Harry T, ^^tUa^^
Clark, Mrs. dutf (&M<^ )       '
Clark, Mrs. Clara Barton
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^CW^^Collins, Mr. U. A.   ^
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Conway, Miss Alice M.^faGM* ~
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Day, Mrs. C. A.
Dean, Mrs. R. N.
Deuble, Mrs. Walter E^
de Beaujeau,
Mr. Monongahela
de Beaujeau, Mrs.
Dickason, Mr. Deane H
Dick, Miss Isabel
Dill, Mr. Joshua M.
Dimock, Mr. S. K.
Dinsmore, Mrs. E. L.
Donovan, Mr. D. F. V7
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Douglas, Mr. A. ^
Douglas, Mr. C. S.
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Dunlop, Mr. Robert
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Emery, Mr. Thomas
Emery, Mrs.
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Embrey, Mrs. H. P.      10j f~/{)*
Evans, Mr. W. Kendall
Evans, Mrs. %\ Ll ^>s
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Finch, Mrs. Carrie D. M.
Fisher, Miss Emily Curtis
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Fisher, Mrs. William J.
Fit ton, Mrs. M.
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Folsom, Mrs. W. H.
Forbes, Mrs. Susan Killian
Fox, Mr. William J.
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Godley, Mrs. A. D. fifi  0     *t  , l\
Goode, Mr. R. W.  - ISu^/pMU) ^ lJS\
Goodsell, Mr. C. H.t^|^^ Mfci^r J
Grace, Major R. .     ; JL
Gratwick, Mr. W. H., Jr. *J~V t*rf
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Halstead, Mr. E.
Halle, Mr. S. P.
Halle, Mrs.
Hardon, Mr. Kenneth W.
Hardon, Mrs.
Hayes, Mr. Samuel W.
Hayes, Mrs.
Haynes, Mr. Eldon R.
Haynes, Mrs.
Hayward, Miss L. M.
-Hayward, Mrs. N.
Heaton, Mr. Holland J.
Hedrick, Mr. U. P.   ^
Hedrick, Mrs.
Hedrick, Mr. U. P., Jr.
Hendrix, Mr. Omer
Hendrix, Mrs.
Henry, Mrs. Helena A.    ^
/Hennion, Miss Marion G.
Herlihy, Mr. D. H.
Herlihy, Mrs.
Hider, Mr. Moses
Hider, Mrs.
Hill, Mrs. Charles E.
Hoard, Mrs. Charles De V
Hofstetter, Mrs. G. A.
Hoobler, Dr. B. Raymond
Hoobler, Mrs. ^
Hoobler, Mr. Sibley W.
Horn, Mrs. Elisabeth
Horner, Miss Helen Ruth f>'
Horner, Mrs. Alice M.
Horton, Mr. Byron
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Hopton, Mrs. N. Whitlock
Hough, Mrs. Frances
Hurd, Mrs. M. A. *	
Hutchison, Mr. D. C.
Hutchison, Mrs. M. R.
Imbert-Terry, Capt.
F. B., M. C.
Imbert-Terry, Mrs.
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Johnson, Dr. E. J.
Johnson, Mrs.
Jones, Miss Lucia « a
Jones, Mr. J. Constance -—J^xa^mU^
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Keates, Mr. George W.
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Lane, Mr. J. H. E.
Lane, Mrs.
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Lenthall, Mrs. .
Leonhardt, Mr. L. F.—^<^A._\  luxJ^J^^
Leslie, Mrs. R. P. ^
Lewis, Mrs. Mary
Lewis, Mr. K. T.
Listman-Brown, Mrs. Ethel
Little, Miss E. N.
Little, Mr. H. O.
Littler, Mr. F. R.
Littler, Mrs.
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Mallory, Miss Edith
Mali, Mrs. W. E.
Mali, Miss A.
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Marble, Miss Sarah -*-
Marble, Miss Helen C. fr-r~ ^jh « 0 A)
Marten, Mr. E. R. ^ Bv^^^^f^^
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Martin, Mrs. Henry * /)       /)     D
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McLain, Mr. W. J. E.
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McLean, Mr. J. H. 7/^^J $H
McLean, Mrs.
McLean, Mr. James M. —
McQuesten, Mrs. Ida
Mechan, Mr..H.
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Metcalf, Mrs.	
Meyer, Mr. Abraham
Meyer, Mrs.
Miles, Mr. J. H.
Miles, Mrs.
Miller, Mr. Max
Milliken, Mr. E. L.
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Monk, Mrs.   £-•*""
Morganthau, Mr. Henry
Morganthau, Mrs.
Morrison, Miss Jean
Morrison, Mr. J.
Moores, Colonel C. F.
Mortimore, Miss A.
Mumm, Mr. Frederick J.
Mumm, Mrs.
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Noble, Mrs.
Norman, Mr. R. F.
Norris, Mrs. Marion C.
O'Brien, Mr. Charles H.
Ogden, Mr. Louis M.
Ogden, Mrs.
Oleson, Mr. Olaf Martin^
Oleson, Mrs.
Page, Mrs. Edward D.
Parish, Mr. Grant
Parish, Miss Emily E.
Parkhurst, Mrs. Edith H.
Parren, Mr. John C. J-Mf
Parren, Mrs.
Parry, Mrs. E. H.
Parry, Miss Faith
Patterson. Mr. Morehead
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Peters, The Hon. Mrs.R£
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Ross, Mr. E. A.
Rowley, Mr. Robt. B.
Ross, Comdr. J. K. L. *
and Valet
Ross, Mrs.
and Maid
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Sanger, Miss Sybell ^*^U^   ~£caJ^ju*&(
I I WfiSchenk, Mrs. Ida Mae„ j
AoaJpl^^J^ Mr. J. A. 4*
Sealy, Mr. John
Schoedinger, Mr. J. Albert
Schoedinger, Mrs.,
Scott, Mr. T. W.
Scott, Mr. A.t
M^u^kOufg^^ Herbert-
£_p. p .     Shackelford, Mr. W. A.
Shallcross, Mrs. Salome R. F
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Shelton, Mr. W. J
Shumaker, Mr. F. P.
Shumaker, Mrs. v
&U$*l^<!!uu£*   -—Slater, Miss D. A.—3 ^M- 4<^M^J^ —'
1 Small, Mrs. Richard D.
Smith, Miss Barbara H.     v
Smith, Miss A.  <~- ^j^^z^
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Smith, Mr. R. L. h     r r   f I
Smith, Miss Katherine J.m^i^^U^^
Sonneborn, Mrs. G. G. ^
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A_  Spiller, Mr. Arnold J.
ILthj-^ 4>f^M     Staats> Mr* H* R
' (       X *      Stannard, Mr. O. J.
Stebbins, Mr. Bliss
Stebbins, Mrs.
/^te. Eliza, Rev. Sister "\>
Ste. Anne Marie, Rev. Sist
Steiner, Mrs. B.
Stephenson, Mr. A. R.
iLfa f S     /Stephenson, Mr. R. M.
H^/wfc&tStevens, Miss Dorothy A. ~.
"*      Stevens, Mrs. Cara Hall
Sullivan, Mr. R. M.
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Sutherland, Mr." P. D. s^(*U j<^_
Sutcliffe, Mr. Joseph
Sutton, Mr. Charles
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Taylor, Mr. William
Taylor, Mrs.
Taylor, Mr. Irving
Teilmann, Mr. K. --
Thomas, Mrs. A. M.
Thompson, Mrs. Jessie A.
Ol. Thompson, Miss Jeska G.
<2JThompson, Miss L. Elaine
Thompson, Mr. Arthur E.
Thompson, Mr. Henry
Charles
and Valet
ThrdpsM;s- rJ&»Mua au/— -
Thompson, Miss J. B.
Thorp, Miss G.
Trench, Mrs. Lucy
Trench, Miss Violette
Trench, Mr. Rupert
Travis, Mr. Eugene M.
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Trowbridge, Mr. Stephen
VanR.
Trowbridge, Mrs.
Turnbull, Mr. R. Gillespy
Turnbull, Mrs.
Turner, Dr. William ,/   - '■
M.V.O., M.D.
Turner, Mrs. Oliver W.
Tuteur, Mr. Julius
Tutuer, Mrs.
Turtle, Mr. Hugh
Turtle, Mrs.
Turtle, Miss May
Tysoe, Mr. G., Jr.
Tysoe, Mrs.
Tysoe, Miss B. M.
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Vars, Mr. Harry Thorp
Vars, Mrs.   ,
Wadsworth, Mr. Ernest
Wagner, Miss Clara  nL~
Wahl, Mrs. Dora I. <X^
Walton, Mrs. E. J.
Wallace, Col. Allan B. I
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•</ /kA_ OiW^UWard, Miss Consta
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Weber, Mr. Abraham
Weber, Mrs.
Wells, Mr. W. J.
Wells, Mrs.
Wentzel, Mrs. Ida O.
Wentzel, Mr. Henry E.
Wentzel, Mrs.
v Wentworth, Major G. ^j/(/<n>iM
Wentworth, Mrs.   t^^"-
and Maid \^A ' ft
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Whalin, Dr. O. D.
Whiting, Mr. G. S.
Whyte, Mr. Geo. S.
Whyte, Mrs.
Wildash, Mr. Albert
Williams, Mr. H. C.
Williams, Mrs.
Williams, Miss Emma E. P.
Wilson, Mrs. W. J.
Winslow, Mr. I. E.
Winslow, Mrs.
Wiser, Mr. E. F.
wiSer'^%    i    Mr ^^
Wiser, Miss Evelyn Frances .jjj^ >!
Wolstenholme, Mrs. M.
Wolstenholme, Miss M. H.
Worley, Mr. J. H.
Worley, Mrs.
Wren, Mr. R. C.
Wren, Mrs.
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Yates, Mrs. H. B.A-^,
Yerxa, Mr. R. B.
Young, Miss J. H.^y
Young, Mr. Levi l~
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CANADIAN  PACIFIC
TRANS-PACIFIC PASSENGER STEAMSHIPS
Tons gross
register
EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA  21,850
EMPRESS OF CANADA  21,500
EMPRESS OF ASIA  16,900
EMPRESS OF RUSSIA  16,800
TRANS-ATLANTIC PASSENGER STEAMSHIPS
EMPRESS OF SCOTLAND  25,000
EMPRESS OF FRANCE  18,350
MONTNAIRN  17,000
MONTROYAL  15,650
MONTCALM  16,400
MONTROSE  16,400
MONTCLARE  16,400
MINNEDOSA  14,000
MELITA  14,000
METAGAMA  12,450
MARBURN  10,750
MARLOCH  10,600
MARGLEN  10,450
MONTREAL  9,750
ANNUAL CRUISES
Round The World   —    Mediterranean
West Indies (2)
Every day in the year Canadian Pacific ships are steaming
across two oceans.
83 Steamships Over 30,000 miles
Atlantic Ocean  28
Pacific Ocean  5
Atlantic Coast Service  1
British Columbia Coast Service  28
Great Lakes  5
British Columbia Inland Waters  16
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC
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AGENTS AT PORTS OF CALL
Port
FUNCHAL
GIBRALTAR
ALGIERS
MONACO
Canadian Pacific Agent Cable Address
Blandy Bros. & Co., Funchal Blandy, Funchal
The London Coal Co., Agamemnon,
72 Irish Town, Gibraltar Gibraltar
Atwater Shipping Co., 5 Boulevard Carnot, Waterway
Algiers, Algeria Algiers
A. Jules Doda, Courtier Maritime,      Doda Navigation
Monte Carlo, Monaco Monaco
NAPLES    Wilmink, Borriello, Ltd., 62 Via Agostino Depretis,    Gacanpac
Naples, Italy Naples
HAIFA
Jamal Bros., Jaffa Road,
Jerusalem, Palestine
Brosjam,
Jerusalem
PORT SAID-SUEZ Anglo-American Nile & Tourist Co.     Transport, Cairo
8 El-Manakh Street, Cairo, Egypt
BOMBAY
COLOMBO
PADANG
BATAVIA
SINGAPORE
MANILA
MacKinnon, MacKenzie & Co., MacKinnon,
Bombay, India Bombay
MacKinnon, MacKenzie & Co., MacKinnon,
Colombo, Ceylon Colombo
Haacke Company, Padang, Sumatra Haacke, Padang
Maclaine, Watson & Co.,
Batavia, Java
Boustead & Co.,
Singapore, Straits Settlements
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Manila, P. I.
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Maclaine, Batavia
Boustead,
Singapore
Gacanpac,
Manila
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CANADIAN  PACIFIC
AGENTS AT PORTS OF CALL-
-Continued
Port
Canadian Pacific Agent
Cable Address
HONGKONG
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Gacanpac,
Hongkong, China
Hongkong
SHANGHAI
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Gacanpac,
Shanghai, China
Shanghai
KOBE
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Gacanpac,
Kobe, Japan
Kobe
YOKOHAMA
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Gacanpac,
Yokohama, Japan
Yokohama
HONOLULU
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
Honolulu, T. H.
Draco, Honolulu
HILO
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
Hilo, T. H.
Draco, Hilo
SAN FRANCISCO F. L. Nason, C.P.R., 675 Market St., Gacanpac,
San Francisco, Cal. San Francisco
LOS ANGELES Wm. Mcllroy, C.P.R., 621 So. Grand Ave., Gacanpac,
Los Angeles, Cal.
Los Angeles
BALBOA
Wm. Andrews & Co.
Andrews, Balboa
CRISTOBAL
Wm. Andrews & Co.
Andrews, Balboa
HAVANA
Santamaria y Ca, Apartado 770
Clausaenz,
Havana, Cuba
Havana
NEW YORK
E. T. Stebbing, Canadian Pacific Bldg.:
Gacanpac,
Madison Ave. and 44th Street,
New York
New York, N. Y.
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC
CANADIAN PACIFIC AGENCIES
EUROPE
Antwerp A. L. Rawlinson 25 Quai Jordaens
Arad Compania Transit, Strada Colonel Paulian II.
Basle Dr. A. Im. Obersteg. . . 9 Place de la Gare Centrale
Belfast Wm. McCalla 41-43 Victoria St.
Belgrade Canadian Pacific 107 Wilsonov Trg.
Bergen L. Kirkwold Guldskogaarden 2
Berlin P. Kayser Unter den Linden 39
Birmingham W. T. Treadaway 4 Victoria Square
Bristol A. S. Ray 18 St. Augustine's Parade
Brussels L. H. R. Plummer 98 Boulevard Adolphe Max
Bucharest D. Kapeller Calea Grivitei 157
Budapest G. von Braun Belatin. .Baross Ter 12
Cherbourg Canadian Pacific 46 Quai Alexandre III
Cobh (Queenstown).. J. Hogan	
Copenhagen Bennett's Travel Bureau, 47 Raadhuspladsen
Cernauti (Czernowitz)  Trans Oceania Rudolphplatz No. 1
Danzig Karlsberg Spiro & Co... Hundegasse 47
Dundee H. H. Borthwick 88 Commercial St.
Eydtkuhnen Leon, Hertz, Putter & Co.
Glasgow W. Stewart 25 Bothwell St.
Gothenburg G. W. Hallstrom Postgatan 32
Hamburg T. H. Gardner Gansemarkt 3
Havre J. M. Currie & Co 2 Rue Pleuvry
Helsingfors The Finska Angfartygs, Aktiebolaget
Kishineff Compania Transit 86 Strada Karol Shmidt
Kovno The Agent, C.P.R Laisves Aleja 43
Krakow Canadian Pacific Radziwillowska 29
Lemberg F. Hyna Grodecka 93
Libau L. Callaghan 9 Grosse Strasse
Liverpool R. E. Swain. Pier Head
London C. E. Jenkins 62-65 Charing Cross, S. W. 1
London G. Saxon Jones 103 Leadenhall St. E. C. 3
Ljubljana. Jos. Zidar Wilsonova Cesta 32
Malmo A. Persson, C.P.Agent..Norra Vallgatan 94
Manchester J. W. Maine 31 Mosley St.
Moscow. A. Ross Owen Stary Gostinny Dvor No. 66,
Ulitza Varvarka
Oslo (Christiania) E. Bordewick Jernbanetorvet 4
Paris A. V. Clark 7 Rue Scribe
Prague E. Schmitz Havlickovo Namesti, 33,
Cukerni Palac
Reval J. Pitka & Son 5 Meripuiestee
Reykjavik, Iceland.. .Iceland Steamship Co.
Riga A. W. Bradshaw Smilsu Iela 18
Rome B. T. Padgett 130-131 Via Del Tritone
Rotterdam J. Springett 91 Coolsingel
Southampton H. Taylor. Canute Road
Stavanger H. N. Pedersen Bredgaden 13
Stockholm J. H. Kullander Drottninggatan 10
Tarnopol Canadian Pacific Ul. Goluchowskiego No. 1
Temesvar Compania Transit Str. General Foch 38
Timisoara Compania Transit Hotel Corona
Trondjem Olaf Ruud .' Fjordgarden 17
Velika Beckerek Royal Holland Lloyd.
Vienna A. W. Treadaway 6 Opernring
Vilna Eljas Berezowski Wielka 61
Vladivostok Cornabe, Eckford & Winning
Warsaw H. V. Gard Canadian Pacific P. O. Box454
Zagreb Dr. Ivan Shvegel Petrinjska Ulica 40
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CANADIAN  PACIFIC
CANADIAN PACIFIC AGENCIES—Continued
•fe
Tokyo. .
ORIENT
 G. E. Costello 1 Itchome, Yuraku-Cho
Kojimachi-Ku
Yokohama  G. E. Costello 1 Bund
Kobe E. Hospes 1 Bund
Shimonoseki (Moji). .Wurui Shokwai	
Nagasaki. . Holme, Ringer & Co.. .
Shanghai A. M. Parker 4 The Bund, Union Bldg.
Tientsin Agent, C.P.R	
Manila J. R. Shaw 14 Calle David
Hongkong T. R. Percy Opp. Blake Pier
Harbin, Manchuria. .International Sleeping Car Co. <
AUSTRALIA and NEW ZEALAND
Sydney, N. S. W J. Sclater Union House
HAWAII
Honolulu, T. H Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Atlanta, Ga	
Boston, Mass	
Buffalo, N. Y	
Chicago, 111	
Cincinnati, Ohio...,
Cleveland, Ohio.
Detroit, Mich	
Kansas City, Mo.. .,
Los Angeles, Cal.. . .
Minneapolis, Minn.
New York, N. Y	
Philadelphia, Pa.. . .
Pittsburgh, Pa	
Portland, Ore	
San Francisco, Cal*.
Seattle, Wash	
St. Louis, Mo	
Tacoma, Wash	
Washington, D. C..
Mexico City	
Montreal, Que.. .
Nelson, B. C	
North Bay, Ont.. .
Ottawa, Ont	
Quebec	
Saint John, N. B.,
Toronto, Ont.
UNITED STATES
.E. G. Chesbrough 49 North Forsyth St.
. L. R. Hart 405 Boylston St.
.H. R. Mathewson 160 Pearl St.
. R. S. Elworthy 71 E Jackson Blvd.
. M. E. Malone 201 Dixie Terminal Bldg.
. G. H. Griffin 1010 Chester Ave.
. G. G. McKay 1231 Washington Blvd.
.R. G. Norris 601 Railway Exchange Bldg.
. Wm. Mcllroy 621 South Grand Avenue
. H. M. Tait 611 Second Ave. South
.E. T. Stebbing Cor. Madison Ave. & 44th St.
. R. C. Clayton 1500 Locust St.
. C. L. Williams 338 Sixth Ave.
.W. H. Deacon 55 Third St.
. F. L. Nason 675 Market St.
.E. L. Sheehan 608 Second Ave.
. G. P. Carbrey 420 Locust St.
.D. C. O'Keefe 1113 Pacific Ave.
. C. E. Phelps 905 Fifteenth N.W.
MEXICO
.H. E. Bourchier Apartado No. 1477,  Calle de
Capuchinas No, 50
CANADA
.D. R. Kennedy 141 St. James St.
.J. S. Carter Cor. Baker and Ward Sts.
.L. O. Tremblay 87 Main St. West
.J. A. McGill 83 Sparks St.
. C. A. Langevin Palais Station
.G. Bruce Burpee. 40 King St.
.J. E. Parker Can. Pac. Bldg., King & Yonge
Streets
. J. J. Forster Can. Pac. Ry. Station
. L. D. Chetham 1102 Government St.
.W. C. Casey. 364 Main St.
.
Vancouver, B. C
Victoria	
Winnipeg, Man.. .
E. STONE General Pass. Agent Hongkong
WM. BALLANTYNE Steamship Gen. Pass. Agent Montreal
H. G. DRING European Pass. Mgr London
W. G. ANNABLE Asst. Steamship Pass. Traffic Mgr. .Montreal
WALTER MAUGHAN Steamship Pass. Traffic Mgr Montreal
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