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WHO wouldn't travel Tourist Class nowadays ? That is the
way to make the world smaller, and warm those once far-off
overseas friendships into the vital glow of personal contact.
Not so long ago slenderness of purse made overseas visiting an
unheard-of extravagance. To-day it is different. Tourist Class
Travel on the ocean has altered the aspect of things for the
slender purse thriftily managed. Canada is within your reach. You
can see Niagara Falls, yes, and New York too, if you like, visiting
friends and relatives abroad; adding a new continent to your
experience ; and all for the cost of an ordinary stay-at-home holiday.
Tourist Class does it for you—the new travel method for pleasure,
for renewal of friendly ties over-seas, and for business too.
So easy, so delightful, so inexpensive!    Try it this season, and see. iinmniii""-]iHii
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TO make your Tourist Class Trip to Canada and the United
States by Canadian Pacific gives you the distinct advantage
of enjoying one travel service throughout your entire journey.
Management and methods are precise, with the perfection due to
years of experience. From the ship you step ashore to Canadian
Pacific trains and travel convenience, with complete service
for your sight - seeing trips — one efficient management which
controls ships, trains, shore-excursions, and hotels in Canada.
Dates for your sailing and return can be arranged to suit your
holiday convenience. Cost you will find to be surprisingly
small for the splendid value offered you in a Canadian
Pacific  Tourist  Class   Canadian  and  United  States  Holiday  Visit.
itii.iiniH.i  )ining tables appetis-
ingly immaculate, with
menus amazing in their
abundance and variety,
distinguish Canadian
Pacific Tourist Class
ocean travel. In the
lofty airy dining rooms
afloat, ocean-appetites
are allowed free  rein.
Ease for your hours of idleness exists ideally in the smoking
rooms of Canadian Pacific ocean liners. Luxurious leather
upholstered couches, cleverly designed tables with a snug
for the glass, and the bell-push at your elbow—don't they
just invite you to linger ? Good companions for certain:
you find them in the smoke-room; and the yarns you
spin and hear spun—plain and unvarnished, or fully inlaid
and fancy-coloured—well, well, well!
Did you ever dance across the Atlantic ? It can be done.
It is done entrancingly on Canadian Pacific ocean liners.
The music is good and the dancing floors are delightful.
Ever such attractive partners also, where everyone is on
ocean holiday bent, and in ocean holiday mood. Nothing
too formal aboard ship, you know. Fine and often lasting
friendships are made on the High Seas. There isn't any
stand-off-ishness when happy people are all in the same
boat. And that's just one other good reason for making
it   an   Ocean   Holiday   this   tiine,  and   by   Canadian   Pacific.
Oh yes, the orchestra
plays during the meals.
They'll play you that
favourite piece ** By
Request " if you like.
A remarkably versatile
composer is old
" Request/' but not one
bit more versatile than a
Canadian Pacific ocean
liner's orchestra. You'll
find them as sympathetic over the rendering
of the hymns at Sunday
Service as they were
gay and rollicking
over the " Paul Jones "
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Lounge luxury is the word for the Tourist Class accommodation
of this character aboard the Canadian Pacific Empress of
Britain. You have only to look at the illustration on the
left to realise the fact. On the right is a picture of " The
Shop" in the Tourist Class, and the Canadian Pacific shop
service supplies almost every little need that may arise on
the trip,  from a souvenir  to  a  complete  fancy  dress  costume.
The Barber's Shop below
to the left is as complete and
perfect in equipment and
service as the highest
class hairdressing establishment ashore.
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The Tourist Gymnasium, on the right, is in constant demand
throughout the voyage. Sea air is so invigorating that some
of the surplus energy is worked off on one of the many machines
and contrivances that have been installed and which are under
the supervision of an instructor.
yyAAXAA:     FOR those who have definitely the opportunity of enjoying a real Canadian
welcome from relatives or friends settled there and eager to see
Dad, Mother, Brother or Sister from The Old Land, Tourist Class
Travel by Canadian Pacific offers the kindliest argument of all for the visit.
Do not let another year slip away without making that longed for re-union
real. Now, neither the cost nor the conditions of travel need deter you.
Tourist Class costs so little, and is so absolutely comfortable. You enjoy
the best of service, lots of room, appetising meals in plenty, and all
the lounge or promenade space you could possibly want, with desirable
company,   gaiety,   dancing,   deck-sports   and  real  good times  during  the trip.
Canadian Pacific Tourist Class Travel offers also one of the finest ways of seeing
the New World at modest cost. Whether you desire to join an organised party
making a definitely planned tour, or whether you wish to make an individual
visit to certain selected centres of interest, the Canadian Pacific can offer you
service, comfort, convenience moderately priced but high in standard when
you travel Tourist Class. Well planned arrangements can be outlined for you to
suit any Holiday ideas of your own.   Ask about these, and save time and money.
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New York.    Photograph by Wide World.    (At side) T
Royal York Hotel, Toronto.
SEEN   ON   THE   TOUR
Like the placid waters of a lovely lake the broad
St. Lawrence River bids you a smiling sunny
welcome; and high-towered Quebec stirs your
heart with wonder and admiration. Here began
civilized life in the New World. Here came
Jacques Cartier in his staunch little ships,
tiny as tug-boats of to-day, on the voyage of
discovery that you now enjoy in a palatial liner.
With all its modern advantages, Old Quebec
still seems to hold the quaint charm of earlier days.
Ancient chivalry still haunts her narrow streets ;
and still on her Heights the passing breeze
remembers those battle-flags of British conquest,
now furled in loyal friendship and enduring peace.
Niagara Falls—New York—Toronto—They are
pictured here. Niagara mighty beyond words,
a wonder of the world in water; New York,
sky-scraping city of so many dreams—someone called
it " Bagdad-on-the-Subway " ; Toronto — lovely,
modern, and British, even with its tall buildings,
boulevards, and merry amusement parks. The
Royal York Hotel, here shown, is Canadian Pacific,
and   the   largest   hotel   in   the   British   Empire.
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Here are the twin towers of Notre
Dame Church, Montreal. Montreal
is a city of a million people situated
on an island, with a mountain-park
in the middle of it. Montreal is
a gay city and a busy one. The
glimpse you get in the photograph
doesn't reveal anything like the
lively perspective of St. Catherine
Street, which is the smart shopping
centre and pleasant promenade
of friendship and fashion. But
there's also a powerful business
aspect of Montreal, and in the
picture you are very near the
financial heart of the city. From
the same point—The Place d'Armes
—you are also close to some of
Montreal's centres of ancient romance.
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Through these arches you see The " Peace Tower"
at Ottawa—the Central Tower of the Dominion
Parliament Buildings. You may listen, if you choose,
to the chiming from this tower of a famous carillon.
Within the building is a beautiful memorial chapel
to Canada's Heroes. From the lovely grounds around
and about the Buildings you may enjoy charming views
of the Ottawa River, and of the distant Laurentian
Mountains    mistily    blue,    or    clear    on    the    horizon.
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Lots of elbow room and
clean-cut comfort in every
imaginable way aptly describes the Tourist Class accommodation on the Canadian
Pacific luxury liner Empress
of Britain. Wardrobes, mirrors, abundant light and air,
hot and cold running water,
swift and courteous service
make the ocean trip a real
delight. Deck space for
recreation is lavishly provided and fully equipped
for enjoyment afloat. Lofty
and spacious are the public
rooms for smoking, for
lounging,    for    the    dance.
(At Side)
Shuffleboard—an amusing interlude.
(Bottom)    Tourist Class Nursery.
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In two valuable ways The Canadian Pacific Tourist Class
service by the Empress of Britain can help make your
holiday a success. First, the ship herself provides an
experience in modern travel which most enjoyably makes
you a judge of ocean passenger conditions and affairs.
Secondly, her speed enables you to arrange your holiday
visit to Canada or to the United States within the limits of
a three weeks holiday if you choose-. There is distinction
in travel by The Empress of Britain—the ship which has
so frequently been described as the world's most
beautiful passenger liner. Travelling Tourist Class on
board of her you will find yourself in good company.
That you can have a good time in a ship so perfectly
designed for passenger comfort and entertainment almost
goes without saying.     Just give yourself the chance !
(At Side)   Tourist Class Dining Room The Ship's Shop caters for everyo:
CANADIAN PACIFIC.
PASSENGER   TRAFFIC   DEPARTMENT—PRINCIPAL   OFFICES   IN   EUROPE.
Antwerp
Barcelona
Basle
Belfast
Bergen
Berlin
Berne
Birmingham
Bristol
Brussels
Bucharest
Budapest
Cherbourg
Chisinau
Copenhagen
Danzig
Dublin
Dundee
Geneva
Genoa
Glasgow
Belgium
Spain
Switzerland
Ireland
Norway
Germany
Switzerland
England
England
Belgium
Roumania
Hungary
France
Roumania
Denmark
Ireland
Scotland
Switzerland
Italy
Scotland
Gothenburg Sweden
Hamburg Germany
Havre France
Helsingfors Finland
Kaunas Lithunia
W. D. Grosset
Ed. Schmitz
International Sleeping Car Co.
Wm. Muller
F. Bramley
W. F. Muller
A. W. Treadaway
Kehrli & Oeler
W. T. Treadaway
A. S. Ray
G. L. M. Servais
D. Kapeller
B. Kovacs
Canadian Pacific
Canadian Pacific
M. B. Sorensen
Karlsberg, Spiro & Co.
A. T. McDonald
H. H. Borthwick
E. C. Bergmann
Henry Coe and Clerici
W. H. Boswell
C. L. Crowe
Uno Andersson
T. H. Gardner
H. S. Richardson
J. M. Currie & Co.
Finska Angfartygs Aktiebolaget
Fishel Langleben
25 Quai Jordaens
20 Plaza Cataluna
3 Place de la Gare Centrale
14 Donegall Place
Guldskogaarden 2
Unter den Linden 17-18
Bubenbergplatz 9
4 Victoria Square
18 St. Augustine's Parade
98 Blvd. Adolphe Max
Calea Grivitei 181
Baross Ter 12, VII
46 Quai Alexandre III
Strada Carol Smidt 86
Vesterbrogade 5
Langermarkt 41
44 Dawson Street, C.2
88 Commercial Street
Rue du Mont Blanc, 13
Via Cairoli 16
25 Bothwell Street
Nils Ericsonsgatan 19
Alsterdamm 9
2 Rue Pleuvry
Laisves Aleja 26
Ljubljana
London
Lucerne
Madrid
Malmo
Manchester
Naples
Newcastle
Oslo
Paris
Prague
Riga
Rome
Rotterdam
Southampton
Stavanger
Stockholm
Tallinn
(Reval)
Tro^idheim
Vienna
Warsaw
Zagreb
Zurich
England
M. L. Duffy
H. T. Penny
Royal Liver Building
Jugoslavia
M. Jevak
Miklosiceva Ulica, 15
England
C. E. Jenkins
62 Charing Cross, S.W.i
G. Saxon Jones
103 Leadenhall Street, E.C.3
Switzerland
Bucher & Co.
Haldenstrasse 4
Spain
International Sleeping Car Co
Calle del Alcala 27
Sweden
A. Persson
Norra Vallgatan 94
England
R. L. Hughes
31 Mosley Street
Italy
Wilmink Bordello
62 Via Agostino Depretis
England
A. S. Craig
34 Mosley Street
Norway
D. Jenssen
Skippergaten 30
France
A. V. Clark
24 Boulevard des Capucines
Czechoslov
W. D. Alder
Poric 22, Legio Bank Pal.
Latvia
O. Birsul
Smilsu iela 28/30, P.O. Box 478
Italy
A. Ross Owen
130 Via del Tritone
Holland
J. Springett
Coolsingel 91
England
J. V. Forster
Canute Road
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H. Taylor
Canute Road
Norway
H. N. Pedersen
Skandsegaten 1 (P.O. Box 18)
Sweden
J. H. W. Kullander
Vasagatan 8
Estonia
J. Pitka & Son
5 Meripuiste
Norway
C. I. Kionig
Kjobmandsgaten 44
Austria
F. A. King
Opernring 6
Poland
G. Hyna
ul Marszalkowska 117
Jugoslavia
A. W. Bradshaw
59 Gajeve Ulice
Switzerland
A. Kuoni, S.A.
7 Bahnhofplatz
CARRY   CASH   SAFELY  WHILE   TRAVELLING,   BY   USING   CANADIAN   PACIFIC   EXPRESS   TRAVELLERS'   CHEQUES*
Tourist Class Passengers by Canadian Pacific are reminded that cash may be conveniently and safely carried while travelling, in the
form of Canadian Pacific Express Company Travellers' Cheques, which are accepted and promptly converted into currency at all points
in Canada, the United States, and by the Company's officials duly authorised for the purpose. |.v.
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Sunshine and breezes both
reach you clear and clean.
While you enjoy them and
benefit in health from
their effects, you add also
the active delight of
feeling that you are going
somewhere. Tourist Class
travel by Canadian Pacific
enables you to achieve
impressive holiday mileage,
to notch up a fine record
of new places visited, and
return invigorated amazingly
for about the same outlay
as it would have cost
you to linger monotonously
in one conventional holiday
resort. Travel on such
attractive terms is something you will never regret.
Regular and abundant meals, freedom from ordinary
every - day cares,
superb sea - air,
sunshine, and the
exhilaration of
travel fill you to
the brim with life
and energy. More
miles are walked,
more games are
played, immensely
much more oxygen is enjoyed on
an Atlantic Trip
than on any other
kind of holiday.
Health is the result
—-health that lasts,
and vitality that
stays    with    you.
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