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PUBLIC
ROOMS
The unusually large public rooms on
the Duchess of Bedford provide ample
accommodation for the many social
functions that feature Canadian Pacific
cruises. At the forward end is the
OBSERVATION and DRAWING
ROOM, a long room with deep recesses and windows that permit of
glorious views. The LOUNGE-
BALLROOM is in the Empire style
with woodwork of silver-gray sycamore and a floor of oak parquetry.
The SMOKING ROOM is columned
and panelled in natural oak. The
DINING SALOON, seating approximately 300 people at one time, has a
large octagonal well-opening, 18 feet
in height, with the musicians' gallery
at one end. The GYMNASIUM is
equipped with the latest appliances for
health-giving exercise and classes are
held daily. In addition the Duchess
of Bedford has every facility of the
modern hotel—stenographer, barber,
ladies' hairdresser, manicurist, surgeon,
trained nurses, valet service, photographer, novelty shop, daily newspaper, etc. The ship is equipped with
long range radio, capable of maintaining communication with land at
all times.
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The spacious, handsomely appointed Dining Saloon ok the Duchess
forms a perfect setting for the excellence of Canadian Pacific cuisine.
Gray oak and red leather walls make a most unusual room.
In this restful, inviting Smoking Room, Persian rugs and comfy chairs
support you in proper luxury.    These furnishings make this an ideal
club room where many new friendships are cultivated.
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DUCHESS OF BEDFORD
In this Empire Lounge-Ballroom, the social activities of the cruise find a perfect background.
The gray sycamore woodwork and cerise and cream hangings of this gracious yet dignified
room provide a charming setting for the cruising festivities on the Duchess of Bedford.
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This Card and Writing Room has been described as the "room cosy and comfortable."   The
walls are panelled with paroba, a rare wood of a rich golden lustre, and the writing tables
are in quiet recesses beneath the large windows shuttered with quaint needlework panels.
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PUBLIC
ROOMS
The unusually large public rooms on
the Duchess of Bedford provide ample
accommodation for the many social
functions that feature Canadian Pacific
cruises. At the forward end is the
OBSERVATION and DRAWING
ROOM, a long room with deep recesses and windows that permit of
glorious views. The LOUNGE-
BALLROOM is in the Empire style
with woodwork of silver-gray sycamore and a floor of oak parquetry.
The SMOKING ROOM is columned
and panelled in natural oak. The
DINING SALOON, seating approximately 300 people at one time, has a
large octagonal well-opening, 18 feet
in height, with the musicians' gallery
at one end. The GYMNASIUM is
equipped with the latest appliances for
health-giving exercise and classes are
held daily. In addition the Duchess
of Bedford has every facility of the
modern hotel—stenographer, barber,
ladies' hairdresser, manicurist, surgeon,
trained nurses, valet service, photographer, novelty shop, daily newspaper, etc. The ship is equipped with
long range radio, capable of maintaining communication with land at
all times.
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The spacious, handsomely appointed Dining Saloon on the Duchess
forms a perfect setting for the excellence of Canadian Pacific cuisine.
Gray oak and red leather walls make a most unusual room.
In this restful, inviting Smoking Room, Persian rugs and comfy chairs
support you in proper luxury.    These furnishings make this an ideal
club room where many new friendships are cultivated.
CANADIAN    PACIFIC
World's Greatest Travel System
—— In this glimpse of Room 433 on C Deck, see whether you  can
think of any comforts that could be added . . . you'll find that
nothing has been overlooked.
An inviting corner of the Smoking Room.
DUCHESS OF BEDFORD CRUISES
No cruise would be complete without its Fancy Dress Ball,
a riotously gay evening of fun and frolic.
Water sports . . . and oi e good sport's in the water)
Even spectators hive a share of the fun.
You've never seen this game before? The "Gallery"
are enjoying it no less than the contestants.
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Even old fashioned wheel-barrow races are more fun at sea, and are
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Associated Screen News
After a promenade, this Observation Lounge provides a welcome
interlude.    Through full  length windows you observe the sea and
sky—and your fellow passengers.
Bird's-eye view of the lengthy decks—plenty of sunshine.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
The Promenade Deck—where you can do your daily mile
and where full-length steamer chairs offer a romantic outlook
over sea and sky.
Who wouldn't be comfortable in a room like this? Adequate
ventilation and all the little at-sea gadgets for your comfort.
It's Room 194 on A Deck.
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OF BEDFORD  Cruise   Plan
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this all-important matter of ventilation. Staterooms
on the Boat Deck are equipped with electric fans,
and in addition have large windows which can be
swung open to sea-breezes. Staterooms on A, B
and C Decks have the latest ball-louvre type of ventilators, as shown in the illustration, which provide
a constant flow of fresh air. By virtue of her large,
airy public rooms, spacious decks and cabins, and
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Canadian Pacific Principal Agencies
Traffic Agents in Canada and the United States for Canadian-Australasian
Line and General Agents in Canada for Peninsular and Oriental Steam
Navigation Company (P & O)
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Boston
Buffalo
Chicago
Cincinnati
Dallas
Detroit
Edmonton
Indianapolis
Kansas City
Los Angeles
Minneapolis
Montreal
Montreal
New York
North Bay
Omaha
Ottawa
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San Francisco
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Vancouver
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K. A. Cook
L. R. Hart
W. P. Wass
E. A. Kenney
M. E. Malone
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H. C. James
G. G. McKay
R. W. Greene
P. G. Jefferson
R. G. Norris
W. Mcllroy
H. M. Tait
D. R. Kennedy
S..Reid
T. Stebbing
Y. Daniaud
J. Clark
A. McGill
J. C. Patteson
W. A. Shackelford
W. H. Deacon
A. Langevin
B. Andrews
L. Nason
R. Swalwell
L. Sheehan
L. Cardie
P. Carbrey
B; E. Chase
J. B. Mackay
J. J. Forster
L. D. Chetham
C. E. Phelps
W. C. Casey
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405 Boylston St.
160 Pearl St.
71 East Jackson Blvd.
201 Dixie Terminal Bldg.
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1231 Washington Blvd.
106A Canadian Pacific Building
Merchants Bank Building
723 Walnut St.
621 South Grand Ave.
611 Second Ave. South
201 St. James Street West
Dominion Square Building
Can. Pac. Bldg., Madison at 44th
87 Main St. West
803 Woodmen of World Building
83 Sparks St.
1500 Locust St.
338 Sixth Ave.
148A Broadway
Palais Station
40 King St.
675 Market St.
115 Canadian Pacific Building
1320 Fourth Ave.
Old National Bank Bldg.
412 Locust St.
1113 Pacific Ave.
Can. Pac. Bldg., King and Yonge
Can. Pac. Ry. Station
1102 Government St.
14th and New York Ave., N.W.
Main St. and Portage Ave.
G. T. FRAYNE           General Agent, Cruise Department Montreal
W. C. CASEY              Steamship General Passenger Agent Winnipeg
J. J. FORSTER         Steamship General Passenger Agent Vancouver
P. D. SUTHERLAND General Passenger Agent, Cruises Montreal
W. G. ANNABLE       Asst. Steamship Pass. Traffic Manager Montreal
Wm. BAIRD              Steamship Passenger Traffic Manager Montreal
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