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8TH    S€flSOn PASTEL villas and flaming bougainvillea ... a circus parade of Arabs, Hindus, Grecian
maidens, Neapolitan street-singers and Biblical patriarchs... the smart world at half a dozen
smart resorts . . . and the underhalf, picturesquely human in spite of squalor that seems
centuries old ♦. ♦ this is a composite of your Mediterranean cruise on the Empress of France.
And the highlights of the cruise, from the imperishable, if ruined, grandeur of Greece to the
sacred, potent spell of the Holy Land, stimulate and enrich the mind. Perhaps, out of all these
stored'Up riches of bygone epochs, Egypt will impress you more powerfully than any other land
of adventure on your cruise. The Canadian Pacific considers Egypt the climax of the whole
Mediterranean cruise. Until you have seen the magnificent temples at Luxor, hoary with age
when Cleopatra was a baby, until you have seen the super-spectacle of Karnak, where man's
handiwork dwarfs man himself to an atom in size, until the splendors, the ruins of vanished
dynasties at Thebes leave you mute with wonder, you have not seen this varied world aright. PORTUGAL
GREAT   BRITAIN
ITINERARY OF THE EMPRESS OF FRANCE 1931 MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE
PLACES VISITED
(Included in Cruise Fare)
COUNTRIES
SHORE    EXCURSIONS
MILES
PORTS
ARRIVE
LEAVE
Time in Port
Days
Hours
NEW YORK
U.S.A.
Feb    3 Tuel2noon
FUNCHAL
TERREIRO DA LUCTA
Madeira
Included excursion by special train to top of the mountain, Terreiro da Lucta, 3285
feet; visit Casino in the evening
2769
Madeira
Feb   10 Tue    6 pm
Feb   11 Wed   6 pm
1
CADIZ
SEVILLE
Spain
Included carriage drive around Cadiz; included excursion by special train to Seville
with sightseeing by motor car and carriage in Seville.   Optional extension of one
night and one day in Seville.   Optional excursion by special train from Seville to
Granada (The Alhambra) rejoining the ship at Gibraltar
575
Cadiz
Feb   13 Fri      6 am
Feb   16 Mon  1 am
2
19
GIBRALTAR
ROSIA BAY
Gibraltar
Included carriage drive around the town and to Rosia Bay; visit Galleries and Fortifications
72
Gibraltar
Feb   16 Mon  7 am
Feb   16 Mon 6 pm
11
|_ ALGIERS
Algeria
Included motor drive through the modern and Arab sections of the city
419
Algiers
Feb   17 Tue    5 pm
Feb   18 Wed   8 pm
1
3
PALMA
Majorca
Included motor trip to Soller
166
Palma
Feb   19 Thu    7 am
Feb  19 Thu   6 pm
11
VALETTA
SAN ANTONIO
GARDENS
Malta
Included motor drive around Valetta and to San Antonio Gardens
612
Malta
Feb  21 Sat      7 am
Feb  21 Sat     7 pm
12
MESSINA
TAORMINA
Sicily
Included excursion by special train to Taormina with sightseeing in Taormina
150
Messina
Feb  22 Sun    6 am
Feb  22 Sun    7 pm
13
NAPLES
POMPEII
Italy
Included motor drive around Naples; included excursion by special train to Pompeii.
Optional excursion by special train to Rome and Florence, rejoining the ship at
Venice.   Optional excursions to Caserta and Vesuvius.   (See second call at Naples for
additional optional excursions)
176
Naples
Feb 23 Mon  6 am
Feb 24 Tue    7 pm
1
13
|    VENICE
Italy
Included sightseeing trip by gondolas
820
Venice
Feb  27 Fri      7 am
Feb 28 Sat Midn't
1
17
DUBROVNIK
BAY OF KOTOR (Cattaro)
Jugo-Slavia
Included sightseeing around the city
Cruise along the Dalmatian Riviera and around the Bay of Kotor (Cattaro)
317
34
Dubrovnik
Mar   2 Mon  6 am
No Landing
Mar   2 Mon Noon
No Landing
6
ATHENS
ACROPOLIS
Greece
Included motor drive around the city and to the Acropolis
567
Athens
Mar   4 Wed   6 am
Mar   4 Wed   6 pm
12
BOSPORUS
BLACK SEA
STAMBOUL
DARDANELLES
Turkey
Sail up the Bosporous to the entrance of the Black Sea; included motor drive around
Stamboul (Constantinople); sail through the Dardanelles
361
Stamboul
Mar   5 Thu   4 pm
Mar   7 Sat Midn't
2
8
BEIRUT
LEBANON MOUNTAINS
Syria
Included motor trip around the city and to the Lebanon Mountains.    Optional excursion by motor car to Baalbek, Damascus, River Jordan, Capernaum, Tiberias,
Sea of Galilee, Nazareth and Jerusalem, rejoining the ship at Haifa
825
Beirut
Mar 10 Tue    6 am
Mar 10 Tue  11 pm
17
HAIFA
JERUSALEM
BETHLEHEM
GETHSEMANE
MOUNT OF OLIVES
BETHANY
JERICHO
DEAD SEA
RIVER JORDAN
Palestine
Included excursion by special train to Jerusalem for 2}4 days at the best hotels with
included motor trips to Bethlehem, Gethsemane, Mount of Olives, Bethany, Jericho,
Dead Sea and River Jordan, also included sightseeing trips around Jerusalem.  Optional excursion by motor car to Tiberias, Sea of Galilee and Nazareth.   Optional
excursion by special train from Jerusalem for advance party to Cairo.   Optional
excursion by special train from Jerusalem to Cairo thence by Nile River steamer
to Luxor, Thebes and Karnak
73
Haifa
Mar 11 Wed   6 am
Mar 17 Tue    5 pm
6
11
PORT SAID
CAIRO
PYRAMIDS
SPHINX
Egypt
Included excursion by special train to Cairo for 10 days at the best hotels with included motor trips to the Pyramids and Sphinx, also included sightseeing trips
around Cairo.   Optional excursion by sleeping car train to Luxor, Thebes and
Karnak, thence Nile River steamer to Assuan.  Optional excursion by sleeping car
train to Luxor, Thebes and Karnak.   Optional excursion by sleeping car train to
Assuan, thence Nile River steamer to Luxor, Thebes and Karnak.   Optional excursion, Night in the Desert
167
Port Said
Mar 18 Wed   7 am
Mar 28 Sat     3 pm
10
8
NAPLES
Italy
Optional excursion by motor car to Amalfi and Sorrento.   Optional Overland Tour
to Paris via Italian Lakes.   (See first call at Naples for included excursions)
1108
Naples
Mar 31 Tue    7 am
Mar 31 Tue    8 pm
13
MONTE CARLO
CORNICHE ROAD
LA TURBIE
NICE
VILLEFRANCHE
BEAULIEU
Monaco
and
France
Included motor trip over the Grand Corniche Road, via La Turbie, to Nice, returning
via Villefranche and Beaulieu; visit Monte Carlo Casino in the evening.   Optional
Overland Tour to Paris
363
Monaco
Apr    1 Wed   6 pm
Apr   3 Fri      1 am
1
7
CHERBOURG
France
Short call for members proceeding to Paris on Optional Tour or independently
1882
Cherbourg
Apr   8 Wed   6 am
Apr   8 Wed   8 am
M
SOUTHAMPTON
England
Cruise fare includes return Atlantic passage and transportation to New York
See General Information on reverse side regarding stop-over in Europe
84
Southampton
Apr   8 Wed   1pm
CANADIAN   PACIFIC
11540
2923
556
Southampton to Quebec
Quebec to New York
DURATION
At Sea                                           31      Days
In Port                                          33M Days
Difference in Time                           M Day
Westbound Atlantic                    7     Days
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73
Days
Route of the Empress of France Mediterranean Cruise from New York February 3, 1931 This dignified Smoking Room is veritably fit for a king, gallant King James, to
be exact, for its beautiful woodwork and furniture are Jacobean
THE
SMOKING ROOM
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The quality of a ship's
hospitality is as significant as that of a hostess.
The kind of welcome the
Empress of France extends to her cruise guests
might well be symbolized
by this Lounge Ball
Room with its exquisite
fireplace, paintings,
wood carvings and furnishings. It is richly
decorative, and yet thoroughly engaging in its
welcome
CANADIAN PACIFIC...EMPRESS  OF FRANCE
MEDITERRANEAN   CRUISE
1931
8th SEASON
That nothing succeeds like success is gratifyingly exemplified by this 8th
Season Cruise to the Mediterranean of that sea-going rendezvous of knowing
voyagers, the Empress of France. Sailing from New York on February 3,
1931, this Empress, which is literally the fleetest of the fleet of ships that
bear the same distinguished title, takes you away from the world of the
humdrum familiar, into a season of Spring enchantments. A day or two
out, and you are another person, a personage, to be more exact, for the
luxurious air of your Empress communicates itself to your own mood. And
so on and on, through the entire glorious cruise, you are at your best, savoring to the fullest the pleasures of de luxe vagabondage
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ample wardrobe
To bridge the gap between new acquaintances, this gracious Library-Writing
Room and the Drawing Room illustrated above provide the ideal background
A charming gallery, with an eyrie
for the musicians, adds grace to
spaciousness   in   this   Jacobean
Dining Saloon
DINING SALOON
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SUITE DE LUXE
To emphasize the atmosphere of homelike privacy aboard the Empress, the
suites with panelled walls, carpeted floors and side lighting are livably luxurious
One of the major points
of importance on a
cruise, as necessary as a
colorful itinerary, is your
comfort at night. Who
would ever think this
exquisite bedchamber to
be anywhere but in some
modern country house?
And yet it is but one of
many luxurious rooms
on the Empress, notable
for her restful staterooms
DOUBLE ROOM
Disproving the adage that there's no place like home, Room 228
shows you what the Empress can achieve by way of home comforts
These delightful stretches of deck
help establish walking records,
romances and other enjoyments.
The forward section is enclosed
THE
PROMENADE
EMPRESS OF FRANCE
THE very name Empress, which distinguishes
the fleet of Canadian Pacific high-speed
cruising liners, conjures up splendid pictures of
regal perfection. The astounding Empress of
China, with her jade pavilions and her boat
of purest marble . . . Catherine, Empress of
Russia, symbol of power and luxury . . . Josephine, Napoleon's Empress, on whom he
showered every conceivable magnificence . . .
all these more than queenly women wear a
halo of romance for modern minds. So, too,
with these superb ships, of more than queenly
power. A legend of luxury has grown up about
them, these great liners of which the Canadian
Pacific is so justifiably proud.
Take the Empress of France, for instance,
fastest ship sailing regularly from any Canadian
port, with a speed record of 5 days, 14 hours,
15 minutes between Quebec and Cherbourg.
She has seven outstanding public rooms, where
good taste makes luxury eminently livable. The
Ball Room might have been designed by Sir
Christopher Wren, had he lived in this age of
magnificent liners. Indeed, it repeats the
felicities of the royal Ball Room at Hampton
Court, with carvings and paintings of which
that handsome old pile would not be in the
least ashamed. The Smoking Room has a fireplace copied from the one they go to see at
Old Place, Lindfield, Sussex, and the Writing
Room is one in which a belle of William and
Mary's time would find herself quite at home.
The Brothers Adam must be given credit for
the original conception of the beautiful Drawing Room, and the meticulous designers of the
Jacobean period are responsible for the dignified graciousness of the Dining Room. The
staterooms, on the other hand, owe everything
to the modern conception of comfort en voyage.
They are as delightfully furnished as the guest
rooms in some charming home, with beds,
instead of berths, to further the atmosphere of
metropolitan comfort. A large number of the
staterooms have private baths, and there are
luxurious suites with sitting rooms for those
who like living en famille while traversing the
sea's wide boulevards.
The Empress ships are likewise distinguished
for the high variety of entertainment they offer.
Dancing, deck tennis, shuffleboard and sports
tournaments . . . concerts, masquerades, lectures, movies, all supervised by a capable
directress . . . on s'amuse! Whatever your
preferences in ocean travel, you will find them
amply fulfilled when you go the Empress way.
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Speed Queen of Cruises
18450 Tons Gross Register 27675 Tons Displacement Length 600 Feet Oil Fuel
Canadian Pacific.. .World's Greatest Travel System
THE MEDITERRANEAN
THE treasures recovered from the tomb of
Tut-Ankh-Amen have turned the eyes of
the World upon the Mediterranean, and there
are few today who do not desire to visit Egypt
and the ancient cities of the great inland sea
which bathes the shores of Africa, Asia and
Europe. What the excavators and historians
are revealing is that the Mediterranean races
have been linked together by trade and intercommunication for six thousand years. While
therefore there is an individual fascination in
the historic centres of Cadiz and Seville, of
Algiers and Malta, of Jerusalem, Damascus and
Stamboul, of Athens, Naples and Rome, these
have grown up in relation to each other from
time immemorial, so that a cruise such as that
of the Empress of France, which comprehends
them all, has a unique educational value.
America itself is concerned in this ancient
history, for Christopher Columbus was delayed
in his voyage of discovery by the distraction of
the Spanish Court during the struggle to drive
the Moors out of Grenada back to North Africa.
The Phoenicians, first rulers of the seas and
great trading nation of the ancient times,
planted a colony at the mouth of the Guadalquivir nearly five thousand years ago, and from
this rich region of Spain came the Tarshish
ships bearing metals for Solomon's temple.
These hardy sea-rovers, their frail vessels propelled by oarsmen, the slaves captured in war,
skirted the land out through the gates of Hercules, up the west coast of Europe, penetrating
as far as the southern coast of Britain. Here
the remains of their long abandoned tin mines
can still be seen. It is interesting to realize
that on her trip from Port Said to Southampton
the Empress of France will follow the route
first followed by them.
Climate and circumstances have fortunately
preserved many of the ruins and authentic
traces of the ancient civilizations, and the
newer growths have also their own picturesque
romance and charm. Every moment of this
Mediterranean cruise will therefore be charged
with interest.
At each port there will be a comprehensive
program of sightseeing and at several places
trips will be made into the interior by special
train, all of which are included in the fare for
the cruise. For those who wish to go further
afield, visiting additional places and historic
points not in the regular itinerary, there are several attractive optional excursions at extra cost.
The ultimate in comfort, Room 57, connecting with the private
bath adjoining 65. Together they form an ideal suite for four
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whose instructor's pleasure it is
to help you maintain a slender,
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THE SPEED QUEEN OF CRUISES
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February 3,1931
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p7n:L
NRumL
Capacity
Outride
"Z'mw
«RmL
Capacity
Outride
P7„°sM
nuX. c»^*y   oe:£p7„:l
(members to pay for sleeping car berth
parlor car seat, and meals on train) or
from  Liverpool   April   10   (only)   and
through    from    the    EMPRESS    OF
FRANCE    to    the    DUCHESS    OF
BOAT DECK
11     'thb th
2 Persons
$3900
—
& ©  72 with ba
h.  2 Persons $3500
—
110...
.   1 Person
$2500
	
156....
2 Persons $2150
	
227..
. .  2 Persons     —
$150
259...
.  2 Persons     —
;i500
311
...   1 Person       —
$1065
341...
. .  2 Persons
	
$1115
403...
.   1 Person
S1200
—
483...
.   1 Person
—
$965
462..    1 Person  $1115        —
.  2 Persons $3625
.   1 Person    2575
.  1 Person    2575
®  12 with bath
14	
15	
® 42	
2 Persons
2750
73	
. .   1 Person       —
$185)
111...
.   1 Person
$1850
157....
2 Persons   2150
228..
. .  2 Persons $2000
260...
.  2 Persons     —
1500
...  2 Persons     —
1400
342...
. .  2 Persons $1550
404...
.   1 Person
$1015
434...
.   1 Person
94)
463..     1 Person     1140         —
F	
G	
1 Person
$1800
® 43	
2 Persons
2750
—
74	
. .   1 Person      —
1850
112...
.   1 Person
—
1600
DECK C
229..
..  2 Persons   2000
-
261...
.  2 Persons $1950
—
5'A
... 2 Persons $1650
—
343...
. .  2 Persons
1300
—
405...
.   1 Person
—
1015
435...
.   1 Person
;i250
—
465..    1 Person      —        $940
mshed  is  less  than  the fare to  New
CHILDREN five years and under ten
years occupying room with two adults,
fare is $635 irrespective of accommodation occupied.  A child occupying a bed
_
1 Person
—
1800
® 44	
1 Person
2900
2900
3900
—
©75	
77	
© 79	
. .  2 Persons   2400
. .   1 Person      —
. .  2 Persons   2400
1850
114...
115...
116...
117...
. .   1 Person
. .   1 Person
. .   1 Person
. .   1 Person
2500
2350
1650
200....
201....
202....
203....
2 Persons     —
2 Persons     —
2 Persons   1900
2 Persons   1900
$1450
1450
230..
231..
232..
233..
. .   2 Persons     —
. .  2 Persons     —
. .  2 Persons   2000
. .   2 Persons   2000
tf»0
150
262...
263.. .
264.. .
265...
.  2 Persons   1950
.   1 Person       —
.   1 Person       —
1525
1525
1500
...   1 Person      —
...  2 Persons     —
...  2 Persons   1400
...  2 Persons   1650
1015
1400
344...
345..
346..
347..
. .   1 Person
. .   1 Person
..  2 Persons
. .  2 Persons
—
1150
96
406...
407...
408...
409...
!   1 Person
.  2 Persons
.  2 Persons
1200
1200
—
436...
437...
438...
439.. .
.   1 Person
.   1 Person
.   1 Person
. .   1 Person
—
965
940
965
965
467..     1 Person     1115         —
RETURN ATLANTIC PASSAGE wil
be provided by any Canadian Pacifi
H	
.   1 Person     2575
.  1 Person    2575
—
®  16 with bath
®  17 with bath
2 Persons
2 Persons
3600
3600
Z
© 45	
® 46 with bath
2 Persons
-
1600
1550
1250
900
900
-
THE   FARE   INCLUDES   first   class
oass:;»e with stateroom accommodation
k:.'.:::::::
.  2 Persons   2500
. 2 Persons   3675
. 2 Persons   3625
.   1 Person    2575
.   1 Person    2575
.  1 Person    2575
.  1 Person    2575
.  2 Persons   3650
.   1 Person     2575
room K, Sitting
18	
19	
® 20	
® 21	
22	
23	
® ® 24 with bath
@@ 26.Wlt..a .
27	
28	
29	
®® 30 with bath
®® 31 with bath
® SUITE—Bedro
and meals from New York through the
adult will be charged adult tariff fare.
1 Person
2 Persions
3600
118...
.   1 Person
160)
204....
1 Person      —
175C
234..
. .   1 Person       —
1.50
266...
.   1 Person      —
1500
...   1 Person       —
1065
348..
. .   1 Person
106
410...
.   2 Persons
1115
440...
. .   1 Person
1225
©Q with bath .
2450
3600
38-401
119...
.   1 Person
1650
205....
2 Persons     —
145C
235..
. .   1 Person       —
1.5)
267...
.   2 Persons     —
155)
...   1 Person       —
125)
350..
. .   1 Person
101
411...
.  2 Persons
1115
441...
. .   1 Person
965
31, by Empress or Cabin Class ship wi 1
$675   when  berthed   and  served  with
50	
1 Person
$1800
3941     Total
two persons   $ 8600
120...
.   1 Person
—
1650
206....
2 Persons     —
1450
236..
. .   1 Person       —
125
268...
.   2 Persons     —
1550
ill.
...   1 Person       —
1015
352...
. .  2 Persons
1400
—
412...
.  2 Persons
—
900
442...
. .   1 Person
—
965
accommodation where note.
hotels   with   meals,   transfers   between
1 Person
1 Person
1800
45-47 J       for
121...
.   1 Person
2350
207....
2 Persons   1900
237..
. .   1 Person       —
Is
269...
.  2 Persons    1950
ML
...   1 Person      —
120)
354...
. .   1 Person
1065
414...
.   2 Persons
1115
443...
. .   1 Person
1225
apart for their use.    This fare covers
® 52 with bath
2 Persons
3600
122...
.   1 Person
2350
©208....
2 Persons   1900
238..
...   1 Persons     —
15)
270.. .
.  2 Persons    1950
...  2 Persons   1400
356..
. .   1 Person
1015
415...
.   2 Persons
900
444...
..   2 Persons
1015
railway   transportation   to   and   from
2 Persons
3600
	
rooms, Sitting Room
123...
. .   1 Person
—
1600
©209....
2 Persons     —
1500
239..
. . .  2 Persons     —
1.50
271...
.  2 Persons     —
1550
MA.
...  2 Persons   1600
—
358..
. .  2 Persons
1400
—
416...
.  2 Persons
—
900
445...
1 Person
—
940
fees   and   gratuities   and   services    of
Cruise members sailing from July 15 t
,          ■' ..         ■         ■      ■.'!.:■.■:■
2 Persons
1850
124...
. .   1 Person
16C)
210....
.  2 Persons     —
150C
240..
. . .   2 Persons   2000
272...
.  2 Persons     —
155)
1015
360..
. .   1 Person
1015
417...
.  2 Persons
1115
446...
. .   1 Person
965
guides  and interpreters—one to  each
■■■' "         •        i          '
charged  the  difference  between  min-
mum rate and the rate for the accommo-
®Y with bath.
55
	
1850
36-38-40,  for
125...
. .   1 Person
—
1650
211....
.  2 Persons   1950
—
241..
...  2 Persons   2000
273...
.  2 Persons   2000
—
)/6.
...   1 Person       —
1250
362..
..   1 Person
—
965
418...
.   2 Persons
1115
—
447...
. .   1 Person
	
965
® 56
2450
126...
. .   1 Person
1650
212... .
.  2 Persons   1950
242..
...  2 Persons     —
1$0
274...
.  2 Persons   2000
Ml.
...   1 Person      —
965
364..
. .  2 Persons
1350
419...
.  2 Persons
90)
448...
. .  2 Persons
1015
excursions at all ports, fare is $900, pro-
1 Person
1850
® 57	
2450
	
four Per^ss     J4275
127...
. .   1 Person
2350
—
214....
.  2 Persons     —
1500
243..
...   2 Persons     —
150
276...
.  2 Persons     —
1550
...   1 Person       —
1200
366..
. .   1 Person
—
1015
420.. .
.   1 Person
—
940
449...
..   2 Persons
1015
—
ing to New York, as outlined below.
ing from July 15 to October 15 by Cabin
their    employer    or    other    servants.
1850
60	
1775
128...
. .   1 Person
2350
215....
.  2 Persons     —
1500
244..
...  2 Persons   2000
278...
. .  2 Persons   2000
M».
...  2 Persons   1350
368..
..   1 Person
965
421...
.  2 Persons
1115
450...
. .   1 Person
9<0
STOP-OVER IN EUROPE.—The cruise
Class ship will be provided with the
cms, $8960.
2 Persons
2 Persons
1 Person
1775
DECK B
129...
. .   1 Person
160)
216....
.  2 Persons   1950
©245..
...   2 Persons   2000
300...
. .   1 Person       —
1350
rA
...  2 Persons    1600
370..
..  2 Persons
1350
422...
.   2 Persons
90)
451...
. .   1 Person
965
ceeZn^XTalueo" minimum rare accommodation by  Empress  ship  during
than   servants'   accommodation,   tariff
DECK A
.  2 Persons   2350
_
3500
—
62	
1 Person
—
1775
100	
..  2 Persons     —
. .   1 Person       —
1625
1600
130...
. .   1 Person
. .   1 Person
—
1650
1650
217....
218....
.  2 Persons   1950
.  2 Persons     —
1550
246..
247..
...  2 Persons     —
...  2 Persons     —
100
1100
301...
302...
. .   1 Person       —
. .   1 Person       —
1200
1300
331.
332.
...   1 Person       —
...   1 Person       —
1015
1200
372..
374..
..  2 Persons
..  2 Persons
1300
1115
423...
424...
.   1 Person
.  2 Persons
1115
940
452...
453...
. .  2 Persons
1165
1015
—
be furnished with:
rate will apply.
.  2 Persons   2350
32	
33	
(1)    Passage by any Canadian Pacific
steamship     from     Liverpool,     South-
$1800
1 Person
—
1825
64	
1 Person
—
1850
102	
. .  2 Persons   2200
1600
1800
1625
1800
132.. .
. .  2 Persons
2250
2350
—
219....
220...
221...
222...
223...
©224.. .
225...
.  2 Persons   2000
.   2 Persons   2000
.  2 Persons     —
.  2 Persons     —
.  2 Persons   2000
.  2 Persons   2000
1550
248..
249..
250..
251.
252.
253.
257.
...   1 Person       —
...   1 Person       —
...   1 Person    2250
...   1 Person     2250
...   1 Person       —
...   1 Person       —
...   1 Person       —
1125
125
303.. .
304...
305...
306...
307...
308...
309...
. .   1 Person      —
. .  2 Persons   1700
. .   1 Person     1775
. .   1 Person       —
. .   1 Person       —
. .   1 Person       —
. .  2 Persons   1550
1200
Sii.
335.
336.
337.
338.
339.
...   1 Person       —
...   1 Person       —
...  2 Persons   1350
...   2 Persons    1550
...   2 Persons     —
...   1 Persons    1300
965
1150
376..
378..
380..
382..
DECK D
400..
401..
. .  2 Persons
. .  2 Persons
. .   1 Person
. .  2 Persons
. .   1 Person
1300
1115
425...
426...
427.   .
428...
429.. .
430...
431...
.   2 Persons
.   1 Person
.  2 Persons
.   1 Person
.   1 Person
.   1 Person
.   1 Person
—
900
940
454.. .
455.. .
456...
457...
458...
459.. .
450.. .
. .   1 Person
. .   1 Person
. .   1 Person
. .   1 Person
. .   1 Person
. .   1 Person
—
900
until December 31, 1931.
tickets issued in the United States, $5
.  2 Persons     —
1800
® 34	
2 Persons
2450
© ® 65 with bath
2 Persons
1550
1550
965
1115
Cherbourg,    Antwerp    or    Hambur .
5      	
.  2 Persons   2350
® 35	
2 Persons
2450
® ®  66 with bath
2 Persons
1550
1550
1350
1150
1300
1250
965
940
965
965
6	
7.:.:	
. 2 Persons   2350
1850
® 36	
® 37	
2 Persons
2 Persons
2750
2750
Z
67	
68	
1 Person
1 Person
—
1850
106	
. .   1 Person       —
..  2 Persons   2200
152...
153...
154..
. .   2 Persons
. .  2 Persons
. .   1 Person
2150
2150
1100
1100
1125
1115
1200
1015
1015
-
1140
900
940
European tour with the Mediterranean
Cruise.      See    note    below    regarding
FREE RAILWAY TICKET (first class)
from   Southampton   to   Liverpool   via
London will be provided for members
with the DUCHESS OF RICHMOND
tion  offered.    A   second   payment,  to
8	
.   1 Person       —
.  2 Persons   2400
.  2 Persons   2400
1850
® 38	
® 39	
® 40 with bath
1 Person
1 Person
2 Persons
2900
—
1 Person
1850
108	
1850
1550
_
_
_
_
(2)    First   class    railway   ticket   from
Canadian port of landing to New York
10	
_
3900
-
® ® 71 with bath
2 Persons
3500
109	
. .   1 Person       —
1800
155..
. .   1 Person
-
1550
226...
.   2 Persons     —
1550
258.
...   1 Person       -
1125
310...
. .   2 Persons    1700
—
340.
...   1 Person       —
1150
402..
. .   1 Person
1200
—
432...
.   1 Person
1250
~
451...
. .   1 Person
-
940
December 31, 1930.
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