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at Toronto, a ci$ w*hich has
always played an important part
in the historj) and in me prosperity
of the C.P.R. Toronto has
special interest for ever? C.P.R.
officer and employee owing to its
association \vith trie education and
me earl;9 career of our President.
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3. Hon. F. L. Beique, K.C., Senator
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5. Grant Hall
6. Sir Herbert S. Holt
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*"pHE New Brunswick District has a
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divisions (Brownville and  Woodstock)
and fifteen sub-divisions.    Its territory
embraces ihe   entire, mileage   within
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QUEBEC DISTRICT
Place Viger, Montreal
TWO  Canadian Pacific Hotels, the
Chateau Frontenac at Quebec and
the Place Viger at Montreal, are situated
in this district.   At Montreal, the Company has the great Angus Shops, employing 8000, and building a train a day.
In the East End Cattle Market it has
a large live stock receiving station.
Notable engineering features include the two Lachine Bridges
and the bridge at Ste. Anne de
Bellevue.   Montreal is the      f 1
executive   headquarters
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^pWO allied companies are situated
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Hull Electric Railway, with a mileage
of 12.4, and the Quebec Central Railway, with a mileage of 280.7.   The
latter, with headquarters at Sher-
brooke,   gives   connection   with
Quebec at Levis from both Sher-
brooke   and Megantic, with   a
branch from Valley Junction
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ONTARIO DISTRICT
THE Ontario District has a total
mileage of ,1503.6, with four
divisions (Trenton, London, Bruce,
and   Toronto   Terminals), and  21
sub-divisions.   Its   territory   embraces the province of Ontario
from Smiths Falls to Windsor,
Toronto   to   MacTier,   and
branches.   District headquarters, Toronto; divisional points, Trenton,
Havelock, Toronto,
London, Windsor
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Yonge St., Toronto, showing City Office
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Winnipeg
WINNIPEG is the executive headquarters for Western lines.   The
Royal Alexandra Hotel is situated here,
also  the Weston  Shops of the Company.    At Fort William the Company
has a 7,500,000-bushel grain elevator,
a large coaling plant, dockage facilities, etc., and at N. Transcona,
Winnipeg, a 1,000,000-bushel
elevator.   Kenora is the home
of one of the leading Railway
Y.M.C.A.'s.'% Numerous
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Manitoba  District
many directions  ONTARIO DISTRICT
Hamilton
THE Company's branch lines in the
Ontario   District   are   numerous,
reaching not only all the important cities
of the province but also some well-known
holiday resorts.   Yonge St. Station and
North  Toronto   Viaduct   are   important architectural and engineering works only recently completed,
while the new Union Station is
now    approaching   completion.
The C.P.R..  city office  is the
4 second highest  office in the
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McNicoll has a 4,200,000
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River Railway Company, 20 miles. From
Windsor and   Detroit    the   Michigan
Central   gives  through   connection  to
Chicago.   The principal American connection of the Company is the Soo Line,
(mileage 4227.8) from Minneapolis to
Chicago, Sault Ste. Marie, Emerson and Portal. The Duluth, South
I       Shore and Atlantic Railway (mile-    i
age 625.8) runs from Sault Ste,   -#J
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Toronto, Hamilton
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THE Company's Great Lakes steamship fleet consists of the " Assiniboia"  (3880 tons), the "Keewatin"
(3856 tons), the  "Manitoba"   (2616
tons), the "Alberta" (2829 tons) and
the "Athabasca" (2784 tons).    The
first   two   ply  on   a   twice-weekly
schedule during the summer
months from Port McNicoll to
Port   Arthur   and   Fort   William, the third on a weekly
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Sound to  the  same
points.    The last
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Pamplemousse  Supreme
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Celer? Olives Almonds
Essence of Tomato Palermitaine
Filet Bass Raye,  Americaine
Potato Parisienne Persille
Spring Lamb Colbert
Cauliflower Morna;9
Pacific Punch
Spring Chicken Perigord
Potato Fondante
Salade Devonshire
Biscuit Glace,  King Edward
Carolines Assortis
Cafe Hoir
During fne Service of the dinner, and before fhe toasts, a musical
entertainment will be given, also a short moving picture illustrating
&e C.P.R. from^Atlantic to Pacific. <The intention is to bring
me proceedings to a close at midnight.
King Edward Hotel, Toronto, March 13th, 1920
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Chairman :  Sir George McLaren Brown, K.B.E
TOASTS
The King :      .....       Proposed b$ 4ie Chairman
Our Guests :       ....      Proposed h$ the Chairman
Responded to b$ :
His Honor fhe Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario,
Mr. Lionel Herbert Clarke, who will also propose
a toast to "<The Company)."
Hon. Mr. Henn? Mills, Minister of Mines,
representing the Ontario Government, who will
also propose a toast to "Our Vice-Presidents and
Officers."
His Worship fhe Mayor of Toronto, Mr. T. L.
Church, who will also propose a toast to "Our
Employees."
Mr. W. G. Chester, Chairman, Employees
Co-Operative Board, who will also respond to
toast to "Our Employees."
The Company :    Responded to b$ the President,
Mr. E. W. Beattf, K.C.
Our Vice-Presidents and Officers :   Responded to by
Mr. Grant Hall, Vice-President.
Our Employees :    Responded to b? Mr. W. G. Chester,
Chairman of Employees Co-Operative Board.
Our Allied Interests : Proposed b$ Mr. A. D. MacTier,
Vice-President.
Responded to b$ Colonel J. S. Dennis, C.M.G
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■p\ISTRICT Headquarters, Moose Jaw;
*~* divisional   points,   Moose  Jaw,
Regina,     Weyburn,    Wynyard,    Saskatoon and   Wilkie.     The Outlook
Bridge   is  the   third longest on   the
entire   system   (3,004   feet).       Saskatchewan, as the greatest wheat-
producing province of Canada,  is
well provided with branches, and
further mileage is under construction at present.   The
Company   has   large
areas of agricultural land situated
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THE Alberta District has   a   total
mileage of 2135.9, with four divi-,
sions   (Medicine   Hat,   Edmonton,
Calgary and Lethbridge) and 22 subdivisions.   It embraces the main line
from Swift Current to Field, B.C., the
" north line " from Hardisty to Edmonton, the Crow's Nest Une from
Dunmore to Crow's Nest,branches
north to   Edmonton,  south  to
Lethbridge, and in other  directions. District headquart-    M
ers, Calgary; divisional
points* Medicine Hat,
Bassano,  Calgary,
Red Deer, Edmonton,   Macleod,
and Leth- Ills
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Palliser Hotel, Calgary
THREE of the Company's hotels r re
on this District—the   Palliser   at
Calgary, Banff Springs Hotel, and the
Chateau  Lake   Louise.     The   three-
million-acre irrigation block, the principal engineering works of which are
the Bassano Dam and the Brooks
Aqueduct, is situated adjoining the
main line, and a smaller irrigation tract adjoining Lethbridge.
i      Calgary  is the   headquarters
of the Department of Natural Resources.   Notable
k engineering   structures
%^   are  the   bridges   at
Edmonton    and
1    Lethbridge THROUGH THE CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES
THE Canadian Pacific Rockies, interposing their giant bulk between the
provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan,
comprise two main ranges, the Rockies
and the Selkirks.   No less than 147
peaks of  10,000 feet and over,   of
which   46   are   over   11,000   feet,
are found in these ranges, and the
k       grandeur of the scenery and the
opportunities for all kinds of
recreation   have   made   the
1BL       Canadian Pacific Rockies
amongst the most pop-
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sorts of the world
Spiral Tunnels, Field THROUGH THE CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES
Connaught Tunnel
FIVE Canadian Pacific Hotels are
situated   in  the   Rockies — Banff
Springs Hotel, Chateau Lake Louise,,
Emerald Lake Chalet, Glacier House,
and Sicamous Hotel.   The hotel formerly operated at Field is now used
as "a railway Y.M.C.A.   The entire
mountain and canyon sections are
characterized    by     remarkable
engineering features, the principal of which are the Spiral
Tunnels at Field and
the Connaught Tunnel
at Glacier.
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II BRITISH COLUMBIA DISTRICT
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THE British Columbia Division has
a   total   mileage   of   2001.5,   with
four divisions (Revelstoke, Vancouver,
Cranbrook, Nelson) and  20 sub-div.-
sions, irrespective of the Kettle Valley
and Esquimault and Nanaimo Railways  (see pages 39-40).   In addition,   a   fleet   of  19   steamers is
operated on various inland lake
and river routes.  The territory
of  this district is from Field
and Crow's Nest respectively
to   Vancouver.   District
headquarters, Vancouver;
divisional points at
•■W     Field, Revelstoke,
North Bend, Nel-
jl^L   son, Cranbrook,
Vancouver. ■MMMaMMMBM
BRITISH COLUMBIA DISTRICT A:A TELEGRAPH SYSTEM
Calgary
THE Telegraph System of the Canadian   Pacific   extends   along   the
entire length of the railway, and reaches
every point of importance on or off the
line of railway in the Dominion of Canada.   The total line mileage is 125 000,
which in 1919 carried 6,500,000 commercial messages.    Excellent cable
l   communication with Europe, Asia,
k      Australasia and Africa is given,
and direct connection with
all points in the United     A
States.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES
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THE Canadian Pacific Ocean Services,
Limited, has a fleet of 28 steamers
on the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, with
a total tonnage of over 250,000. On the
Atlantic, regular passenger services are
maintained from Montreal and Quebec
(in winter,  St. John)  to Liverpool
Glasgow, Havre, London and Antwerp,  and  freight services   to
the same points and also to
Bristol. Other services are
in contemplation.   On
the Pacific, regular
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Empress of France
G. M. Bosworth, Chairman
First Class Library, Empress of France
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Empress of Asia
Music Room, Empress of Asia
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passenger and freight services are maintained, from Vancouver to Hong Kong,
calling at Yokohama, Kobe, Moji, Nagasaki,   Shanghai, and   Manila, with a
newly inaugurated freight service to
Singapore.   The well-known "Empress" fleet will in a few months
receive as an addition, the " Empress of Canada," which, after
te     making a round-the-world
trip, will be added to
JlJW the Pacific
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THE   Dominion  Express  Company
operates on all lines of the Canadian Pacific Railway, Canadian Pacific
Ocean Services, and other railway and
steamship   companies.     It   handles
merchandise to all parts of the world,
its money order system provides a
perfect   method   of   transmitting
money, and its travellers! cheque
system enables the traveller
in this or a foreign country  A
to carry money
safely.
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Quintette Tunnels. Coquihal a Canyon
HPHE Kettle Valley Railway, with a
■*• mileage   of   396.1,   extends  from
Midway to Hope, forming, with the
line from Nelson to Midway, a second
through route from Medicine Hat or
Calgary to Vancouver.   A branch runs
from Brodie to Merritt and thence
over   a  leased  line, to Spence's
Bridge.    Headquarters,   Penticton, where the Company alsoi
operates the Penticton Hotel.
The tunnels near Hope
are very spectacular. 1 ESQUIMAULT AND NANAIMO RAILWAY
HpHE Esquimault and Nanaimo Rail-
•*" way has a mileage of 201.3, its
main line stretching from Victoria to
Courtenay, with branches to Cowichan
Lake, Port Alberni, etc.   It serves a
rich   agricultural,   lumbering   and
coal mining territory that has also
splendid  tourist  and   sporting
possibilities.^ Cameron Lake
Chalet is operated by
the  Company.     Headquarters, Victoria,
Malahat Drive, Vancouver Island ,   

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