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 ALASKA
1925
Sailing List and
General Information
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Canadian Pacific
Railway Company
STEAMSHIP LINES
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
 LIST OF SAILINGS
SUMMER SEASON 1925
5. S. Princess Charlotte, Princess Louise and Princess Alice
s
Sailing Number   IMF"
PORTS OF CALL
1
Princess
Louise
2
Princess
Alice
3
Princess
Louise
4
Princess
Alice
5
Princess
Louise
6
Princess
Charlotte
7
Princess
Alice
8
Princess
Louise
9
Princess
Charlotte
10
Princess
Alice
11
Princess
Louise
Lv. VICTORIA     11   p.m.
June   5
June 12
June 16
June 23
June 26
June 30
July   3
July   7
July 10
July 14
July 17
Lv. SEATTLE     	
6
13
17
24
27
July    1
4
8
11
15
18
Lv.
Ar.
Lv.
VANCOUVER.
Alert  Bay   	
Prince  Rupert   .
Ketchikan    	
Wrangell    	
Juneau	
Skagway 	
. 9  p.m.
9
9
10
13
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
19
19
20
20
21
?A
25
26
26
27
27
28
27
28
29
29
30
30
July    1
8
9
id
10
11
11
12
11
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
17
17
18
18
19
18
19
20
20
21
21
22
Ar.
Skagway   	
Juneau    	
Wrangell   	
Ketchikan    	
Prince   Rupert   .
Alert  Bay   	
VANCOUVER
.*7   p.m.   June 11   June 18
12
12
13
13
14
15
19
19
20
20
21
22
June 22
23
23
24
24
25
26-
June 29
30
30
July   1
1
2
3
July   2    July   6    July    9    July 13    July 16   July   20
9
10
10
10
11
11
12
13
14
14
15
15
16
17
17
17
18
18
19
20
21
21
22
22
23
24
July 23
24
24
25
25
26
27
Ar. VICTORIA   	
15
22
26
3
6
10
13
17
20
24
27
Ar. SEATTLE      ,
15
22
26
3
6
10
13
17
20
24
27
Sailing Number
PORTS OF CALL
12
Princess
Charlotte
13
Princess
Alice
14 15
Princess      Princess
Louise      Charlotte
16 17
Princess      Princess
Alice Louise
18 19
Princess      Princess
Alice Louise
20
21
Princess     Princess
Alice Louise
22
Princess
Alice
Lv.
Lv.
Lv.
VICTORIA    11   p.m.    July 21    July 24    July 28   July |1   Aug.    4   Aug.    7^Aug. 14   Aug. 18   Aug. 25   Aug. 28   Sept.   4
SEATTLE
22
25
29   Aug.    1
5
15
19
26
29
Ar.
Lv.
Ar.
VANCOUVER
Alert  Bay   	
Prince  Rupert   .
Ketchikan    .....
Wrangell    	
Juneau    	
Skagway    	
Skagway	
Juneau    	
Wrangell   	
Ketchikan    	
Prince  Rupert   .
Alert Bay   	
VANCOUVER
.9 p.m.
22
23
24
24
25
25
26
25
26
27
27
28
28
29
29
30
31
31
Aug.    1
1
2
10
10
11
11
12
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17
17
18
18
19"
19
20
21
21
22
22
23
29
30
31
31
29   Sept.    1
29 1
30 2
26
27
28
28
.*7 p.m.
July 27
28
28
29
29
30
31
July 30
31
31
1
1
2
Aug.    3   Aug.    6  Aug. 10   Aug. 13   Aug. 20   Aug. 24
Aug.
9
10
11
11
12
12
13
14
14
14
15
15
16
17
21
21
22
22
23
24
25
25
26
26
27
28
Aug. 31   Sept.    3   Sept. 10
Sept.    1 4 11
1 4 11
2 5 12
2 5 12
3 6 13
4 7 14
Ar. VICTORIA	
31
3
7
10
14
17-
24
28
4
7
14
Ar. SEATTLE	
       31
3
7
10
14
17
24
28
4
7
14
Note:—Steamers  will   leave   Skagway   southbound   on   day   following day of arrival.
* Alaska time—One hour slower than Pacific time.
Passengers may leave Seattle on morning of day of sailing from Vancouver or on night steamer previous evening.
Southbound,  Alaska  steamers  connect  at  Vancouver  with  local steamers leaving in the morning or evening for Seattle.
Steamers call at Taku  Glacier northbound on trips  leaving Victoria June  5 to  August 25   inclusive.
The times and dates of arrival and departure at intermediate ports and terminals are subject to tidal and weather conditions and
to change without notice.
Page One
 THE FARE FROM
SEATTLE, VICTORIA OR VANCOUVER TO SKAGWAY AND RETURN IS
$90.00
AND UPWARDS
According to accommodation occupied.
Fare includes meals and berth in stateroom en route, but not on board steamer while
in port at Skagway.
(See   paragraph   "Extra   Charge   for   Berth   and   Meals   at   Skagway")
ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP FARES
Effective June 5 to September 10, 1925, inclusive.
The  following  fares   will  be   charged   for   accommodation   specified  on   S.S.  "Princess Louise," "Princess Charlotte" and "Princess Alice" between
Victoria,    Vancouver    or   Seattle   and   Skagway.
(a)
(b)
(o)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
S. S. PRINCESS ALICE
LOWER   DECK
Rooms 151-153, l"52-!54—Connecting rooms with bath and toilet between. Each room has one three-
quarter  bed   4   feet   wide,   and   electric   heater.
One  room  with bath   (1   or   2  passengers)   	
One   room   without  bath   (1   or   2   passengers)    	
Rooms 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 110, 115, 116, 117, 118,—Large rooms with sofa
berth   in   addition  to   double  lower   and   single   upper  berths;   hot   and   cold   running   water   	
Rooms 109-111, 112-114—'Each room contains single upper and double lower berth and settee (seat)
Folding  doors  between  rooms  so  that they may  be used  en  suite „	
Rooms   121  to  124,   129  to   132,   137  to   140,   145  to   148,   155\ to  158  inc'uslve—Outside  rooms	
Rooms  119,   120,  125,  126,  127,   128,   133,   134,   135,  136,  141,  142,   143,  144,   149,   150—Inside rooms....
Rooms    159    to    172    inclusive—Outside    rooms    	
PROMENADE   DECK
Rooms   14,   15,   18,   19,   22,   23,   24,   25,   30,   31—Outside   roms   w
Rooms   1   to   10   inclusive,   11,   12,   16,   17,   20,   21,   26,   27,   28,   29,
ith   deck   entrance	
32,   to   43   inclusive..
ONE WAY
North or Southbound
Berth
55.00
50.00
47.50
45.00
45.00
55.00
52.50
Room
2 Adults
$125.00
110.00
110.00
100.00
95.00
90.00
90.00
110.00
105.00
ROUND TRIP
Berth
$110.00
100.00
95.00
90.00
90.00
110.00
105.00
Room
2 Adults
$250.00
220.00
220.00
200.00
190.00
180.00
180.00
220.00
2^0.00
Note.—Special attention is called to the fact that beds in de luxe staterooms are of varying width. On Princess Louise, rooms Al, Bl, etc., the beds
are 4 feet wide; in room 133, 3 feet wide; and in rooms E3 and F3, 3 feet 6 inches wide. On Princess Alice, in rooms 151 to 154 the beds are 4 feet
wide. And in rooms i04, 105, 106 and 107, on Princess Charlotte, they are 3 feet 9 inches wide. In selling rooms with 3 feet 9 inches of 4-foot beds
for occupancy by two persons, please have passengers clearly understand these are not full-size double beds. Rooms E3 and F3 on Princess Louise
should   not  be   sold   for   more  than   one  passenger   each.
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PROMENADE   DECK
LOWER   DECK
Page Two
 S. S. PRINCESS LOUISE
AWNING   (LOWER  DECK)
(a)     Rooms   Al-Bl,    Cl-Dl,   connecting   rooms   with   bath   between,    electric   heaters   and    separate   toilets,
each   rooms   contains  one  three-quarter   bed   4   feet   wide.     Each   suite   has   an   alcove   berth   between
rooms,   which   may   be   sold   with   either   room.
One   room   with   bath    (1    or    2    passengers)	
One   room    with   bath    and   alcove,    (2    passengers)....'	
One   room   without   bath    (1    or    2    passengers)	
One   room   without   bath   and   with   alcove,    (2   passengers)	
(b)     Room    133—Large   room   with   twin   beds    (3    feet   wide)  ....' ,	
(c) Rooms   100   to   117   inclusive—Large   rooms   containing   sofa   berth   in   addition   to   double   lower   and
single    upper    berths;    electric    heaters	
(d) Rooms   120,    121,    122,   123,    128,   129,    130,   136,    137,   138,    139,   outside   rooms   amidships	
(e) Rooms   142,   143,   144,   145—Large  rooms  containing  sofa  berth  in   addition  to  double lower  and  single
upper    berths;     electric    heaters	
(f) Rooms    148,     149,     150,     151	
(g) Rooms   1  8,   119,   124,   125,   126,   127,   132,   134,   135,   140,   141,   146,   147,   152,   153—Bibby   rooms,
inside   rooms   with   porthole   at   end   of   alcove	
(h)    Rooms    154,    155,    156,    157,    158,    159	
PROMENADE   DECK
(i)      Rooms   200   to   231,   234   to   241    inclusive....	
(j)     Room    232—Opposite    companionway	
BOAT   DECK
(k)     Rooms   300   to   326   inclusive—Rooms   with   deck   entrance	
(1)      Rooms   E-3   and   F-3—Adjoining   rooms   with   bath   between;   toilet   and   electric   heaters.     Each   room
has  single  bed   3   feet  6   inches  wide.
One    room    with    bath    (1    passenger)	
One    room    without    bath     (1    passenger)	
 /=>/Q/A/CESS L OUJSE	
ONE WAY
North or Southbound
Berth
$55.00
50.00
55.00
47.50
45.00
45.00
52.50
48.75
2 Adults
Room
$140.00
162.50
125.00
147.50
125.00
110.00
100.00
110.00
95.00
90.00
90.00
105.00
97.50
105.00
>ne Adult
90.00
80.00
ROUND TRIP
Berth
$110.00
100.00
110.00
95.00
90.00
90.00
105.00
97.50
Room
2 Adults
$280.00
325.00
250.00
295.00
250.00
220.00
200.00
220.00
190.00
180.00
180.00
210.00
195.00
2  0.00
One Adult
180.00
160.00
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Promemade Deck
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Page  Three
 S. S. PRINCESS CHARLOTTE
SHELTER   DECK
(a) Rooms    104-106    and    105-107—Connecting    rooms    with    bath    between.    Toilet    and    electric    heaters.
Each   room   has   one   three-quarter   brass  bed   3   feet   9   inches   wide.
One    room    with    bath    	
One   room   without   bath   	
(b) Rooms   100,   101,   102,   103,    108,    109,   110,   111,    112,    114,    115,    117—Large   rooms   with   hot   and
cold   running   water,    portable    wall    lamps    and    sofa    berths,    in    addition   to    double    lower    and
single   upper	
(c) Rooms 118,   120,   121,  123,   126,   128,  129,  131,   134,   136,  137,  139,   142,   144,  145,   147,   150,   152,   153,
155,    158,    160,    166,    outside    rooms    amidships	
(d) Rooms    161,    163,    168,    170,    172 :	
(e) Rooms   165,   167,   169,   171,   173,   174,   175,   176,   178,   180,   182,   184	
(f) Rooms   116,   119,   122,   124,   125,   127,   130,   132,   133,   135,   138,   140,   141,   143,   146,   148,   149,   151,
154,    156,    157,    162,    164—Inside    rooms	
PROMENADE   DECK
(g) Suites   16-18,   17-19,   20-22,   21-23,   connecting   rooms   with   double  lower   and   single   upper   berths.
Rooms    18,    19,    22,    23,    with    deck    entrance    only	
Rooms    16,    17,    20,    21,    with   saloon    entrance    only	
(h)     Rooms   1   to   12   inclusive,   14,   15,   24   to   51   inclusive.    Rooms   with   double   lower   and   single   upper
berths    and    settee     (seat    only)	
(i)      Rooms   52,   53	
ONE WAY
North or Southbound
Berth
$55.00
50.00
47.50
45.00
45.00
55.00
52.50
52.50
45.00
Room
2 Adults
$125.00
110.00
110.00
100.00
95.00
90.00
90.00
110.00
105.00
105.00
90.00
ROUND TRIP
Berth
$110.00
100.00
95.00
90.00
90.00
110.00
105.00
105.00
90.00
Room
2 Adults
$250.00
220.00
220.00
200.00
190.00
180.00
180.00
220.00
210.00
210.00
180.00
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Page Four
 GENERAL INFORMATION
En Suite
Accommodation
"Princess Louise
By an arrangement of alleyway doors
it is possible to use Al - 129 and Bl -
133 as adjoining rooms, or all four
rooms    together    if    desired.       Same
remarks  apply  to  rooms   CI - 128  and  DI - 130,  all  four  of
which can be used en suite if desired.
Exclusive For   the   exclusive   use   of   any   room
Use of Rooms on   either   steamer   during  the  tourist
season the "room" rates shown will
be charged. When passenger pays for exclusive use exchange
order should be endorsed and signed by the issuing agent.
Exceptions: Rooms E3 and F3 on Princess Louise are single
rooms only.
Charges for Rooms
with Bath
When two adjoining rooms with bath
between   are   sold   to   the   same   party
the   premium   charge   for   room   with
bath will be collected for one room only.
Alcove Berths Between   room   Al - Bl   and   between
rooms CI - DI, Princess Louise, there
is an alcove provided with folding berth, which may be
utilized in connection with either room. Agents must state
whether alcove berth is required, as otherwise berth will not
be  allotted.
Berths Lights, All   rooms   on   Princess   Louise   and
Hot and Cold Water Princess Alice have berth lights in
each berth, and all rooms on Princess
Charlotte, with the exception of 100 to 117, have berth lights
in lower berth. Rooms 100 to 117 on the Princess Charlotte
have  portable  reading  lamps.
All rooms on Princess Louise and rooms on Princess
Alice shown in paragraph (b) and on Princess Charlotte
shown in paragraph  (b)   have hot and cold running water.
Children Children 5 years of age and under 12
years will be charged half minimum
fare. If any two-berth room is sold for occupancy by one
adult and one child (half fare), deduct $22.50 one way, $45.00
round trip, from room rate; or if two-berth room is sold for
occupancy of two adults and one child (half fare), add $22.50
one way, $45.00 round trip, to room rate. Children 2 years
of age and under 5 years between Seattle, Victoria or Vancouver and Skagway will be charged $7.50 one way or $15.00
round trip. This will include a separate seat at the dining
table, but if separate berth is required, charge the same as
for children between 5 and 12 years of age. No charge will
be made for children under two years of age accompanied
by parent or guardian.
Deposit A deposit of 25 per cent, of the steam
ship fare is required when reservation
is made, the balance to be paid and tickets issued not less than
one month prior to  sailing.
Extra Charge for The   passage   fare   to   Skagway   and
Berth and Meals return   includes   berth   and   meals   en
at Skagway route, but not while steamer is in port
at Skagway, except that breakfast will
be served on the morning of arrival and dinner on the evening
of departure without extra charge. Passengers desiring to
remain on board steamer while in port at Skagway, may
do so upon payment of regular tariff rate for staterooms
and meals.
The charge for staterooms will be from $3.50 up, and
will cover period steamer is in port.
The charge for breakfast is $1.00; lunch, $1.25; and
dinner,  $1.50.
Exchange orders should be endorsed "Berth and Meals
extra at Skagway." This extra charge .will be collected by
Purser at Skagway, and should not be collected by agents
selling tickets.
Local Service From   Seattle.—Berth and meals are
Seattle, provided  without  additional  charge  if
Victoria, passenger   leaves   Seattle   not   earlier
Vancouver than evening steamer of day preceding
sailing of Alaska steamer from Vancouver. Passengers may also leave Seattle on morning steamer
on day of sailing of Alaska steamer, which arrives in Vancouver in the evening and will be provided with free stateroom
for day trip via Victoria, and with lunch and dinner without
extra charge.
Passengers using night steamer leaving Seattle on day
prior to sailing of Alaska steamer and arriving in Vancouver
the following morning may, if they desire and the Alaska
steamer is in port, go on board at once and occupy their
staterooms and will be served lunch and dinner without extra
charge. However passengers are not encouraged to do this.
The ship loads freight during the day and may have to shift
her berth at Vancouver.
Southbound passengers will be allowed stopover at Vancouver from morning of day of arrival until night steamer
following day. Stopover at Victoria until following day will
also be granted passengers who remain on board Alaska
steamer until arrival in Victoria and exchange their orders
there for special local tickets to Seattle.
Alaska steamers will proceed immediately to Victoria
following  arrival   in  Vancouver  southbound.
Stopover  at  Victoria  northbound  is  not  granted holders
of   special  local  tickets,   including berth and  meals,  that  are
issued   by   Seattle   office   to   Alaska   passengers.    If   stopover
at  Victoria  is  desired  the  Alaska exchange  order  should  be ,
drawn on Victoria.
From Victoria.—Alaska steamers are scheduled to sail
from Victoria at 11:00 p.m. Passengers may board steamer
at Victoria after dinner on advertised sailing day, or, if
preferred, may remain over in Victoria until following day
and use local steamer leaving Victoria in the afternoon. Free
stateroom and lunch or dinner on local steamer will be
provided without extra charge if passengers will notify our
Victoria City office of their desire to use local steamer.
Dinner will not be provided on Alaska steamship at Victoria.
Barber
A  barber  and  manicurist  are  carried
on  all  steamers.
Clothing
Steamer Rugs
and Glasses
Passengers should provide themselves
with a good warm top coat. The
general weather is very fine and
warm, but a good covering for evening
or a damp day is very desirable. A traveling rug is very
desirable, although not absolutely necessary. Passengers generally derive much comfort from a steamer rug. A limited
number of steamer rugs and also field glasses will be carried
by News Agent and will be rented to passengers at a nominal
charge.
Chairs The   Company   does   not   supply   the
regulation ocean liner deck chair, but
supplies a sufficient number of comfortable camp chairs with
backs,  free of  charge.
Meals The meals provided on Alaska steamers
are breakfast, lunch and dinner, and
in addition light refreshments are served in the dining saloon
at night without extra charge.
Immigration Passengers entering Alaska from Ca-
Requirements nada   are   required   to   pass   the   cus
tomary United States Immigration
inspection at Ketchikan, the port of entry. This inspection
is not strict so far as bona fide tourists are concerned. Passengers will be asked by purser for certain information
regarding age, place of residence, business, etc., for use in
making up the manifest required by the Immigration Department, and will be given a card by him. This card is presented
by holder to immigration inspector, who boards the steamer
on arrival at Ketchikan, and as soon as particulars shown by
purser on manifest are checked by the inspector, the passenger is permitted to go ashore. This inspection is greatly
facilitated for passengers from the United States if they are
furnished with the "identification slips" which have been
supplied our General Agencies in the United States. It is
important that these slips be stamped to show place of issue,
as otherwise they are of no value, and they should be pinned
to exchange order, and passenger should be told to surrender
to purser upon boarding steamer at Vancouver. There is a
similar inspection by the Canadian Immigration Department
on arrival of steamer southbound at Prince  Rupert.
Baggage The    usual    free    allowance    of    one
hundred and fifty (150) pounds of
baggage will be granted on whole tickets, and seventy-five
(75) pounds on half tickets, with customary additional charge
on any excess weight. Steamer trunks, if not more than 14
inches in height, may be placed in staterooms, but it is not
advisable, as staterooms are not sufficiently large to permit
of trunks being opened with any convenience, and they
are available in baggage room on voyage, unless bonded.
Free storage at Seattle, Victoria or Vancouver—Passengers holding through tickets and making Alaska side trip
from Seattle, Victoria or Vancouver will be granted free
storage of baggage at the Company's wharves at the points
mentioned for not more than 30 days. After expiration of
30-day limit  regular  storage charges will accrue.
Bonded baggage.—Baggage may be checked through from
Seattle to Skagway, and if not required en route may be
forwarded under bond to avoid necessity of customs inspection.
If baggage is required en route it should be checked to
Victoria or Vancouver only and presented for Canadian
Customs inspection before boarding steamer for Alaska. U.S.
Customs inspection will also be necessary at Ketchikan, the
first port of  entry into Alaska.
Southbound.—Canadian Customs baggage inspection will
be made at Prince Rupert and U.S. Customs inspection at
Vancouver (if passenger is traveling east via Canadian Pacific
Railway)   or at  Seattle.
Baggage can be checked through from Puget Sound ana
British Columbia ports to Atlin or Dawson, via the White
Pass & Yukon Route, without undergoing inspection by Customs officers at Skagway, provided passengers hold through
tickets and after it is once checked at starting point passengers are not annoyed by Customs inspection or rechecking
until arrival at destination, where all baggage from United
States points is subject to inspection. Baggage originating
at British Columbia points can be corded and sealed and
sent through Alaska in bond without inspection. Baggage
originating at United States ports destined to points in Alaska
on the lower Yukon River below Dawson can go through
to destination in bond without inspection.
Page Five
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 (  1-day limit) ..
$ 7.50
( 2-day limit) ..
.      22.00
(30-day limit)..
32.00
WHITE PASS AND YUKON ROUTE
The White Pass and Yukon Route operates trains between Skagway and White Horse as per following condensed
schedule, and steamers on the Yukon River to Dawson and
Mayo. Service is also provided for an interesting side trip
from Carcross to Atlin by steamer through Nares and Tagish
lakes and  across  Atlin  Lake.
Special Summer Excursion Fares
The following low round-trip excursion rates will be in
effect during the  summer  season:
Skagway to Lake Bennet and return
Skagway to White Horse and return
Skagway to White Horse and return
Skagway to Atlin and return   including   side   trip   from
Carcross to White Horse and return (30-day limit) ...      50.00
Effective  June   5th  to   September  20th.    Tickets  will  be
limited to 30 days  from and to  Skagway with October  10th
as final limit.
Skagway to Dawson, Y. T- and return        115.00
Skagway to Dawson, Y. T. and return, including side trip
to Atlin and return       140.00
Effective   June   5th   to   August   31st.    Tickets   will   be
limited to 30 days from and to Skagway with September 15th
as final limit.
Side trip Carcross to Atlin. and return to holders of
first class one-way or round trip tickets to Dawson
or   points   beyond       25.00
Fares to Atlin, Dawson, or other river and lake points include
berth and meals while aboard dsteamer, but are exclusive of
hotel expenses while awaiting connections at points of transfer
or while at Dawson or Atlin.
Special Excursion to West Taku Arm
(During June, July and August)
Leaving Skagway on arrival of steamer Wednesday or
Sunday morning, returning to Skagway Thursday or Monday
afternoon.    For  minimum  parties  of   fifteen  persons.
Skagway to north end of Taku Glacier and return,
including meals at Bennett and meals and berth on lake
steamer         $35.00
This is a special excursion, 68 miles by rail over the
White Pass Summit, along the shores of Lake Bennett to
Carcross, where connection is made with a comfortable
stern-wheel steamer for a twenty-hour trip on the West
Taku Arm to the north end of Taku Glacier, 82 miles and
return, a total distance of 300 miles through grand mountain  and  lake  scenery.
Stop-overs beyond Skagway will be permitted within
the limit of the ticket at intermediate points where regularly scheduled stops are made except that an extension
of 10 days will be allowed for side trip Carcross (Caribou)
Y.T., to Atlin,  B.C.,  and return.
Beyond Skagway children twelve (12) years of age and
over will be charged adult fares. Children five (5) years
of age and under twelve (12) will be charged half fare.
Children under five (5) years of age when accompanied bv
parent or guardian will be carried free.
W. P. & Y. ROUTE CONDENSED RAIL TIME TABLE
Northbound
Distance
from
STATIONS   •
Southbound
No.  1
No. 2
See note
Skagway
See note
*8:30 a.m.
0.0
Lv. SKAGWAY   	
....Ar.
4:30 p.m.
1:05 p.m.
40.6
Ar.  tBENNETT   	
....Lv.
1:45 p.m.
1:30 p.m.
Lv. BENNETT	
....Ar.
1:20 p.m.
2:55 p.m.
67.5
Ar. CARCROSS   	
....Lv.
11:50 a.m.
3:05 p.m.
Lv. CARCROSS    	
....Ar.
11:40 a.m.
5:25 p.m.
110.7
Ar. WHITE HORSE
....Lv.
9:20 a.m.
* Alaska   time—one   hour   behind   Pacific   time. f Meal   station.
Notes—Sundays  and  Wednesdays  train  leaves   Skagway  at   10:30   a.m.*
Mondays,    Thursdays    and    Saturdays    train    leaves    Skagway    at
8:30  a.m.*
Tuesdays   and   Fridays   train   leaves   Skagway   at   9:30   a.m.*
Trains   arrive   at   Skagway   at   4:30   p.m.*
RIVER AND LAKE STEAMER SERVICE
TO ATLIN
Connection for Atlin is made at Carcross where the Lake Steamer
—S.S. TUTSHI—connects with the trains from Skagway and White
Horse on day following the arrival of the Princess Steamships at
Skagway   from   Vancouver.
The S.S. TUTSHI runs from Carcross to Taku Landing—a
distance of about seventy-five miles from Taku Landing—passengers
are transferred by rail to Scotia Bay on Atlin Lake—a distance of
two   miles.
The twin screw motor excursion boat S.S. TARAHNE completes
the journey to Atlin where comfortable accommodations may be secured
at the Atlin Inn. Returning from Atlin the passengers are scheduled
to arrive at Carcross in the morning in time to connect with trains
to White Horse and Skagway on the day preceding departure of
Princess   Steamships   from   Skagway   to   Vancouver.
If passengers desire to make the West Taku Arm excursion, it
may be taken from Carcross at an additional cost of Twenty-Five
Dollars—arriving back in Skagway the afternoon of sailing date of
Princess Steamships for Vancouver, thus completing a six hundred
mile excursion through the grandest mountain and lake scenery of
the   Northland.
TO  DAWSON
The steamers "CASCA", "WHITE HORSE" and "DAWSON",
affording an exceptionally good passenger service, are scheduled to leave
White Horse for Dawson about every three days, making close connections  with  steamers  from  the   south.
Beginning June 10th and continuing until about the last week
of August, the Steamer "CASCA" will leave White Horse every
Wednesday after the arrival of train from Skagway, and arrive at
Dawson Friday about noon. Returning, the "CASCA" will leave
Dawson every Saturday, arriving at White Horse about 7 a.m. the
following   Wednesday.
Beginning June 21st, and continuing until about the last week of
August, the steamer "WHITE HORSE" will leave White Horse every
Sunday after arrival of train from Skagway, and will arrive at Dawson
Tuesday about noon. Returning, the "WHITE HORSE" will leave
Dawson every Wednesday, arriving at White Horse about 7 a.m. the
following   Sunday.
Information covering the White Pass and Yukon Route is subject
to  change at  any time.
Page Nine
Page Ten
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Summer Train Service
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Mountaineer
Trans
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L  I M
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Montreal
Toronto
and Vancouver
Chicago
St. Paul
.Minneapolis
and Vancouver
%oi$li The Canadian Pacific Rockies
7S[o extra fare. Standard Sleeping Cars. Compartment observa'
tion cars,unexcelled dining car service, open top observation cars
Summer Tourist Tickets at Greatly
Reduced Fares to
North Pacific Coast and
California
Stop over at Banff, Lake Louise, Emerald
Lake, Glacier or Sicamous. With hotel, chalet, or comfortable bungalow camp as a base,
you can hike, motor, or take pony trips, climb
to inspiration points with Swiss guides.
Full details regarding rail transportation to the Pacific
Coast in connection with the Alaska service may be secured
through any Canadian Piacific office and reservations on
steamers promptly made upon application.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
IT SPANS THE WORLD
CINCINNATI  OFFICE
201 Dixie  Terminal Building
M. E. MALONE
General Agent — Passenger Department
Printed in U. S. A.

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