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  DINNER
Good Evening, Gentlemen:
The 1952 Goodwill Tour of the Vancouver Board of Trade
is under way. I heartily congratulate you all for the interest you
have shown in Provincial unity and development by joining us on
this cruise.
Goodwill Tours are now a tradition of the Board of Trade,
and among the many constructive activities of your Board, none
stand higher in purpose or achievement. Our annual Goodwill
Tours, providing as they do, opportunity for fellowship, discussion
and understanding, have contributed in great measure to the integration of British Columbia as an economic and social unit.
This year's itinerary, which will take us into established and
growing areas and the birthplace of new industrial giants and busy
communities of the future, provides an unparalleled opportunity
for strengthening the bonds of Provincial friendship.
I know that you will find the tour instructive and educational,
and it is my sincere wish that you will find it pleasant and enjoyable.
H. H. STEVENS,
President.
Chilled B. C. Apple, Tomato or Blended Juice
Anchovy Egg Ripe or Green Olives Cheese Straws
Fresh Howe Sound Shrimp Cocktail
Cream of Corn Consomme Jardiniere
Macedoine Salad Bowl, Mayonnaise or French Dressing
Fruit Salad with Cottage Cheese
Grilled Fresh Red Spring Fraser River Salmon, Lemon Butter
Plain or Savory Omelette
Roast Pork with Apple Sauce
Roast Choice B. C. Grain Fed Beef, Horseradish
Roast Young B. C. Duckling with Apple Sauce
Browned, Boiled or Mashed Potatoes
Garden Peas
DATE PUDDING, SWEET SAUCE LEMON MERINGUE  PlE
Wine Jelly, Whipped Cream Compote of Fruit
Vanilla Ice Cream
Assorted Cake Scotch Shortbread
Imperial or Roquefort Cheese Salted Crackers
Fresh Fruit
Assorted Nuts and Raisins
Coffee Noir Dinner Mints
814 6-52 Printed in British Columbia
GRAHAM O. HUGHES, Commander
Canadian Pacific Railway
British Columbia Coast Service
Thursday, June 5th
 "Active Pass, B.C."
The island-strewn Strait of Georgia that separates
the continent of North America from Vancouver Island is
hailed by many travellers as one of the world's most
beautiful waterways. It is one of the world's busiest
waterways, too, plied by passenger liners from the
South Seas, freighters from the Orient, the Hawaiian
Islands, Fiji, New Zealand and Australia, sturdy tugs
pulling unbelievable rafts of logs, fishing vessels of all
shapes and sizes and the speedy liners of the Canadian
Pacific British Columbia coast steamships.
Readily identified by their sleek, black hulls, white
upper works and black-capped buff funnels, these fast
ocean-built coastal liners carry passengers, motors and
cargo in day and night service up, down and across
the waterways of Canada's evergreen playground. The
"triangle service" between Vancouver, Victoria and
Seattle links the three cities with Canadian Pacific
trans-continental trains by a scenic waterway which
counts as one of its high spots the narrow S-curve of
Active Pass shown on the front cover.
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S.S.  EMPRESS OF CANADA
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Saw Tooth Range, along White
Pass and Yukon Route.
—Photo by Andrews.
Miles Canyon and Footbridge, near
Whitehorse, Y. T.
Arctic Brotherhood Headquarters,
Skagway.
—Associated  Screen   News.
B. Y. N. bus on Alaska Highway
between Whitehorse, Y. T. and
Dawson Creek, B. C
4
 VANCOUVER BOARD OF TRADE
Qooawlll CruUe - 1952
LUNCHEON
Chilled B. C. Apple, Tomato or Vegetable Juice
Celery en Branche Green Onions
B. C. Clam Chowder
Fried Fillet of Fresh English Bay Sole, Tartar Sauce,  Shoestring Potatoes
Broiled Fraser Valley Spring Chicken, Rasher Bacon
Individual Steak and Kidney Pie
Curried Fresh Howe Sound Shrimps with Rice, Bengal Chutney
Jelly or Chicken Liver Omelette
COLD SIDEBOARD
Tossed Salad Bowl, Mayonnaise or French Dressing
Cottage Cheese with Mixed Fruit
Roast Pork, Apple Sauce Brawn Corned Beef
York Ham Roast Fraser Valley Chicken Liver Sausage
Potato Salad
Fresh Red Spring Fraser River Salmon, Mayonnaise
O'Brien, Boiled or Mashed Potatoes
Green Peas
Apple Snow Pudding Wine Jelly, Whipped Cream
Green Apple Pie Fresh Strawberry Shortcake
Assorted Cake Assorted Canadian Cheese Salted Crackers
Coffee Tea Milk
(Hot or Iced)
811-6-52     Printed in British Columbia Saturday, June  7th
 Empress of Canada
Every third Friday—from Montreal and Quebec in
the St Lawrence season; from Saint John, N.B., and the
following day, Halifax, during the winter months-
Empress of Canada, 20,000 tons of sea-going comfort,
leaves for Liverpool.
Re-designed to meet the needs and tastes of the
traveller of tomorrow, Empress of Canada is notable for
the spaciousness of her accommodation. Larger decks
for First Class and Tourist passengers, a very high
percentage of bedrooms with bath or shower and public
rooms of a high order are featured.
All white, relieved by a green riband, Empress of
Canada is an important link between Canada and Great
Britain, a true representative of the great white
Empresses that have shown the red and white checkered
house-flag of the Canadian Pacific around the world.
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DINNER
Chilled Apple, Tomato or Orange Juice
Potted Game on Toast        Ripe or Green Olives        Celery en Branche
Seafood Cocktail
Cream of Asparagus
Consomme Royal
Quarter Lettuce and Sliced Tomatoes. Mayonnaise or French Dressing
Fruit Salad with Cottage Cheese
Steamed Halibut, Parsley Sauce
Broiled Codfish Steak, Colbert Sauce
Fried Bananas, Custard Sauce
Roast Pork, Apple Sauce
Roast Spring Lamb, Mint Sauce
Roast Young Duck, Sage and Onion Dressing
Boiled, Browned or Mashed Potatoes
Vegetables in Season
Steamed Plum Pudding, Sweet Sauce Lemon Cream Pie
Fruit Jelly, Whipped Cream Marmalade Tart
Strawberry Ice Cream
Scotch Shortbread Assorted Cake
Imperial, Roquefort or Canadian Cheese Salted Crackers
Fresh Fruit
Coffee Noir
Invalids or Passengers on Diet Please Consult the
Chief Steward for Specially Prepared Dishes
Special Salads Served
to your order
517-6-52     Printed in Canada
 "The Kicking Horse"
Probably the world's best example of a memorial to a
"dumb" animal is the Kicking Horse River, famous as
the guide which led engineers through the very spine of
the Canadian Rockies as they built North America's
first transcontinental railway, the Canadian Pacific.
From Stephen, at the very top of "The Big Hill", to
Golden, 38 miles to the west, this turbulent stream races
through canyons and gorges to join the Columbia River
more than half a mile lower. Magnificent peaks,
glaciers, the lovely Yoho Valley, and the world-famous
Spiral Tunnels are amongst the scenic wonders of the
Kicking Horse Pass visible from Canadian Pacific
transcontinental trains.
The horse? A pack animal of the party of engineers who
surveyed the line. He kicked a surveyor into the river.
History recalls the horse, but has forgotten the name of
the victim who scrambled up the bank, dripping wet,
and named the river.
 "PRINCESS" COMFORT INCLUDES
Hot and cold running water in every stateroom.
Reading light over each berth.
Porthole in every stateroom.
BAGGAGE
Each adult ticket includes free carriage of 1 50 lbs. of baggage, and each
half ticket, 75 lbs. Baggage in excess of these weights is carried between
Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver and Skagway at a charge of $6.80 per
100 lbs.
Staterooms can accommodate steamer trunks not more than 14 inches
high, but you will find it more convenient to have trunks properly cared
for in the ship's baggage room. Unless bonded, they are readily accessible
during the voyage.
Free Storage
At Seattle, Victoria and Vancouver, round-trip passengers' baggage can
be stored free for not more than 30 days, after which regular charges
are made.
"PRINCESS " CRUISES
TO
ALASKA
SUMMER  1952
VANCOUVER TO SKAGWAY
AND RETURN BY THE SMOOTH INSIDE PASSAGE
PRINCE RUPERT - KETCHIKAN -  PETERSBURG - JUNEAU
BONDED BAGGAGE
Baggage that you are sure will not be needed during the voyage may be
checked between Seattle and Skagway in bond and customs examination
avoided. But, if you plan to use it on the voyage, check to Victoria or
Vancouver. Canadian customs examination will be carried out before
you board your Alaska-bound "Princess." Northbound, U.S. customs inspection is made at Ketchikan where baggage checked from Vancouver
or Victoria to Skagway may be examined, or bonded, as you wish.
Whitehorse and Dawson City
If you have through tickets from Puget Sound or British Columbia points to
Whitehorse or Dawson City via the White Pass and Yukon Route, your
baggage can be checked to and examined at destination without inspection at Skagway.
Also free of inspection is corded and sealed baggage from British Columbia
points passing through Alaska in bond.
Southbound
Canadian Customs inspection of southbound baggage is made at Prince
Rupert; U.S., at Seattle. If you are travelling east by Canadian Pacific
Railway to a U.S. point you may have your U.S. Customs inspection at
Vancouver and check to destination in bond.
IMMIGRATION ARRANGEMENTS
For passengers entering Alaska from Canada, U.S. Immigration Inspection
is held at Ketchikan. Bona fide tourists do not find it strict. To simplify and
speed the work of the inspectors your "Princess" Purser makes up the
Manifest required from information as to age, residence, business, etc.,
obtained from you.
The Purser will give you a card to present to the Immigration inspector
when he boards your "Princess" at Ketchikan. As soon as the inspector
checks with the Manifest you may go ashore. A similar inspection is carried
out by Canadian Immigration officials at Prince Rupert on the southbound
voyage. Both inspections are simple formalities for tourists.
IN DIRECT CONNECTION WITH "PRINCESS" STEAMSHIPS SERVICE FROM
SEATTLE -VICTORIA
The Canadian Pacific "Princess" route to Alaska is by the famous "Inside
Passage," a sea voyage in smooth water sheltered by mountainous islands
that protect the scenic coasts of British Columbia and Alaska. Daylight
is many hours long in the summer, long enough for your cruise through the
wooded, narrow channels and fiords to become an unforgettable memory.
And, an average summer temperature of 65°.
U. S. Transportation tax applies on all tickets sold in U. S.
2,000-MILE, 8V2-DAY CRUISES
AS LOW AS $150
(June 4th - August 27th, inclusive)
FROM VANCOUVER, VICTORIA or SEATTLE (including  berth and  meals
from Vancouver to Skagway and return.)
BY PRINCESS LOUISE
Ports of Call
June
June
June
July
July
July
August
August
August
Lv. VANCOUVER     8.00 p.m.
Wed.   4
Sat.    14
Wed. 25
Sat.      5
Wed. 16
Sat.    26
Wed.   6
Sat.    16
Wed. 27
"   Prince Rupert
about 12:00 noon
"  Ketchikan
about 9:30 pm.
Fri.       6
Mon.  16
Fri.     27
Mon.    7
Fri.     18
Mon. 28
Fri.        8
Mon.  18
Fri.      29
"   Petersburg
about 7:00 a.m.
"  Juneau
about 1 1:30 p.m.
Sat.      7
Tue.    17
Sat.    28
Tue.      8
Sat.    19
Tue.    29
Sat.      9
Tue.    19
Sat.     30
Ar. SKAGWAY
cbout 9:00 a.m.
Sun.      8
Wed. 18
Sun.   29
Wed.   9
Sun.   20
Wed.30
Sun.    10
Wed. 20
Sun.     31
Lv. SKAGWAY      11:45 p.m.
Mon.    9
Thur.   19
Mon. 30
Thur.   10
Mon. 21
Thur. 31
Mon.  1 1
Thur.  21
Sept.
Mon.      1
"   Juneau
about 9:00 a.m.
"   Wrangell
about 1 1:00 p.m.
Tue.    10
Fri.     20
July
Tue.      1
Fri.      1 1
Tue.    22
August
Fri.         1
Tue.    12
Fri.     22
Tue.        2
"   Ketchikan
about 9:00 a.m.
"   Prince Rupert
about 5:30 p.m.
Wed. 11
Sat.    21
Wed.   2
Sat.    12
Wed. 23
Sat.      2
Wed. 13
Sat.    23
Wed.     3
Ar. VANCOUVER
about 9:00 a.m.
Fri.      13
Mon. 23
Fri.        4
Mon.  14
Fri.     25
Mon.    4
Fri.      15
Mon. 25
Fri.         5
FARES FROM PRINCE RUPERT
Fares from Prince Rupert to Skagway are the same as from Vancouver
to Skagway and return to Prince Rupert or Vancouver—or, vice versa.
NOTE: Time in Alaska is one hour later than Pacific Time
Meals only are included between Seattle and Vancouver. Stopovers not exceeding 15
days in Vancouver or Victoria, either north or southbound, will be arranged  for Seattle
passengers, and not exceeding 15 days in Vancouver for Victoria passengers.
Cruise fares do not include berth and meals on board ship while in Skagway.
 S.S. "PRINCESS KATHLEEN"
CABIN    PLAN
BOAT DECK
SPECIAL   CRUISE   HIGHLIGHTS
LEGEND
CONVERTIBLE BED
WITH PULLMAN UPPER
SINGLE LOWER AND
MMA    SINGLE UPPER BERTH
IS!
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POL DJNG (MURPHr TYPE) BED
SOFA BERTH
DRESSING TABLE
WARDROBE
SHOWER BATH
WASH BASIN
TO/LET
TUB BATH
Introduction Dinner
On the evening of the first day out from Vancouver a special introduction dinner menu
is served and the occasion is a gala one, at which with the aid of the social hostess and
your own goodwill, everyone becomes acquainted at the very start of the voyage.
Up-To-Date Information
So that you may know what to look for and thoroughly enjoy the magnificent scenic
aspects of your cruise, there will be two interesting talks given by the Purser. These are
informal and take place at about 9.30 a.m. the day after you leave Vancouver and
about 2.30 p.m. the day after leaving Prince Rupert.
News
News bulletins are made available to passengers daily usually at the breakfast table—
to keep you up to date on the latest news highlights; and you will find the ship's bulletin
"Alaska Princess" very useful.
Divine Service
Divine services are held on board every Sunday when clergymen are available.
DEPOSIT
A deposit of $20.00 one way, $40.00 round trip is required when your reservation is
made, the balance to be paid when the ticket is issued, but not less than sixty days
before sailing in the case of separate north and southbound sailings, or forty-five days
for a round trip on one voyage.
FLY ONE WAY
If time limits your holiday in Alaska and the Yukon you can lengthen your stay ashore
by using Canadian Pacific "Princess" in one direction and a fast twin-engined Canadian
Pacific airliner in the other —
Steamship, Vancouver—Skagway, (minimum)     ...        $75.00
Rail, Skagway—Whitehorse $7 5.25
Air, Whitehorse—Vancouver $79.00
8 SPECIAL CRUISES TO ALASKA
FROM   VANCOUVER
By Luxurious S.S. "Princess Kathleen"
FROM $185
Ports of Call
June
June
July
July
July
August
August
August
Lv. VANCOUVER                       8.00 p.m.
Wed. 11
Sat.    21
Wed.   2
Sat.    12
Wed. 23
Sat.      2
Wed. 13
Sat.    23
Ar. Prince Rupert         about    8.30 a.m.
Lv. Prince Rupert                     10.30 a.m.
Cruise Behm Canal to
Punch Bowl 4.30 p.m
Ar. Ketchikan                about    7.30 p.m.
Lv. Ketchikan                            10.00 p.m.
Fri.      13
Mon. 23
Fri.        4
Mon.  14
Fri.      25
Mon.     4
Fri.      15
Mon.  25
Tue.    26
Ar. Juneau                     about    3.00 p.m.
Lv. Juneau                                 1 1.30 p.m.
Sat.    14
Tue.    14
Sat.      5
Tue.    15
Sat.    26
Tue.      5
Sat.    16
Ar. SKAGWAY            about    9.00 a.m.
Sun.    15
Wed. 25
Sun.      6
Wed. 16
Sun.    27
Wed.   6
Sun     17
Wed. 27
Lv. SKAGWAY                         11.59 p.m.
Mon.  16
Thur. 26
Mon.    7
Thur.   17
Won. 28
Thur.     7
Mon   18
Thur.  28
Ar. Glacier Bay            about 1 1.00 a.m.
Lv.  Glacier Bay           about       12 noon
Tue.    17
Fri.     27
Tue,      8
Fri.      18
Tue.    29
Fri.        8
Tue.    19
Fri.      29
Ar. Wrangell                about    8.CO a.m.
Lv. Wrangell                                  1 2 noon
Ar. Ketchikan                about    7.30 p.m.
Lv. Ketchikan                            1 1.30 p.m.
Wed. 18
Sat.    28
Wed.   9
Sat.    19
Wed. 30
Sat       9
Wed. 20
Sat,    30
Ar. Prince Rupert         about    8.00 a.m.
Lv. Prince Rupert                     1 1.00 a.m.
(Cruise  Grenville Channel
Gardner Canal, Goat Hbr.)
Thur.   19
Sun.    29
Thur.   10
Sun.    20
Thur. 31
Sun.    10
Thur.  21
Sun.    31
Ar. Ocean Falls            about    8.00 a.m.
Lv. Ocean Falls                        1 1.00 a.m.
Fri.     20
Mon. 30
Fri.      1 1
Mon. 21
August
Fri.         1
Mon.   1 1
Fri.     22
Sept.
Mon.     1
Ar. VANCOUVER                       9.00 a.m.
Sat.    21
July
Tue.      1
Sat.    12
Tue.    22
Sat.       2
Tue.    12
Sat.    23
Tue.      2
"PRINCESS" ENTERTAINMENT  INCLUDES
Excellent dance floor on every ship.
Social Hostess, to organize your pleasure.
Motion Pictures—Informal talks on the ports of call.
Introduction Dinners.
Shuffle-board — Table Tennis — Quoits — Horse-racing.
PROMENADE DECK
Highlights of the special cruises by Princess Kathleen are
additional trips into Glacier Bay west of Skagway, the
Behm Canal between Wrangell and Ketchikan and the
passage of Grenville Channel, Gardner Canal and a visit
to Goat Harbour between Prince Rupert and Ocean Falls.
North and southbound Princess Kathleen travels via Snow
Pass and Cape Decision.
Princess Kathleen, ideally designed for Alaska cruising, is
noted for extra large public rooms, plentiful deck space
and an observation lounge from which every scenic gem
can be viewed in comfort without regard to the   weather.
LOWER DECK
DINING     SALOON     SITUATED    ON    DECK    BELOW    LOWER   DEOK
Comfortable Clothes
Your choice of clothes for your Alaska cruise depends largely upon your
own tastes and habits. For climatic comfort our best suggestion is that you
plan as you would for spring at home—except, of course, that residents
of southern United States and similar climates should include warmer
clothing in their luggage.
Stout shoes for the hikers, and fishing tackle for those who want to try
their skill in northern lakes and streams, especially in the Yukon territory,
are a good bet.
S.S.  PRINCESS  KATHLEEN                                        berthing capacity—3os
ROUND TRIP CRUISE FARES
Berth
Rate
For 1
in Room
For 1 !/2
in Room
For 2
in Room
For 2!/2
in Room
For 3
in Room
(a) Rooms  117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 144, 145, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154,
155, 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 242®, 243®, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248,
249, 324®, 325®, 328®, 329®, 330®, 331 ®, 332®, 333®, with single lower and single upper.
(b) Rooms   146, 147 with single lower, single upper and sofa.                                                                    (1) (Ventilator housing runs through room.)
(c) Rooms  156, 157 with double lower, single upper and sofa.                                                         (2) (Deck entrance.)
(d) Rooms 326, 327 with double lower and single upper (inside room with deck entrance).    (3) (Inside room.)
$185.00
$370.00
$277.50
$370.00
$462.50
$555.00
(e)   Rooms 238, 239, 240, 241—with single lower, single upper berth and toilet.
211.40
422.80
330.30
422.80
(f)    Rooms 214, 215, 216*, 217*, 218*, 219*, 220*, 221*, 222*, 223*, 224*, 225*, 226*.
227*, 228*, 229*, 230*, 231*, 232*, 233*, 234*, 235*, 236, 237—with single lower, single upper and toilet.
224.60
449.20
356.70
449.20
(g)   Rooms 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257—with single lower, single upper and toilet.
224.60
449.20
356.70
449.20
(h)   Rooms 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 312, 314, 315, 316, 317, 318, 319, 320, 321, 322, 323—with single lower,
single upper berth, spray bath and toilet.
224.60
449.20
356.70
449.20
(i)    Rooms 258, 259, 260, 261, 262, 263—with single lower, single upper berth and toilet.
231.20
462.40
369.90
462.40
(j)    Rooms 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 114, 115, 116—with single lower, single upper berth, spray bath and toilet.
237.80
475.60
383.10
475.60
(k)   Room 143f —with single upper, double lower (Upper 2' 6" wide, Lower 4' b" wide).
—with folding (wall type) double bed (4' b" wide) and shower and toilet.
-
568.00
568.00
568.00
$660.50
$753.00
(1)    Rooms 135, 136, 137f, 138f, 139f, 140|, 141 f, 142—with folding (wall type) twin beds (3' wide), tub bath and toilet.
-
634.00
634.00
634.00
726.50
819.00
* Can be arranged ensuite by means of disappearing bulkhead.
f Can be arranged ensuite by means of connecting door.
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Double Low*a & 5/a/sle Upper.
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LOWER DECK
CC      DDIKIfECC    ISMIICE                                                            GROSS TONNAGE-4,200
D.da    rKllxWE33    LUUldg                                                              BERTHING CAPACITY—212
ONE WAY FARES—North or Southbound
Berth
ate
For 1
in Room
For 1V2
in Room
For 2
in Room
For2!/2
in Room
For  3
in Room
(a)   Bibby rooms 118, 119, 124, 125, 126, 127, 132, 134, 135, 140, 141, 146, 147, 152, 153—with double lower, single upper berth
and port hole at end of alcove.
$^5.00
$150.00
$112.50
$150.00
$187.50
(b)   Rooms 120, 121, 122, 123, 128, 129, 130, 136, 137, 138, 139, 148, 149, 150, 151, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 320—with
double lower and single upper berth.
(c)    Rooms 214, 217, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 317—with single lower, single upper berth and settee.
Rooms 306, 307, 308, 309—with double lower and single upper berth.
(d)   Rooms 110 to 111 inclusive, 11 la, 112, 114 to 117 inclusive, 142, 143, 144, 145—with double lower, single upper and sofa berth.
\
1.95
163.90
126.40
163.90
187.50
$225.00
(e)   Rooms 200 to 212 inclusive, 215, 216, 218, 219, 221, 300, 301, 302, 303, 311, 312, 314, 315, 316, 318, 319, 321—large rooms
with double lower and single upper berth.
if 1.95
163.90
126.40
163.90
201.40
-
(f)    Rooms J3 and K3—each room contains one bed (3 ft. 6 in. wide), and folding (Pullman type) single upper berth, shower, bath
and toilet.
-
186.00
186.00
186.00
223.50
-
(g)   Rooms E2, F2, G2, H2—each room contains one bed (4 ft. wide), pullman upper berth (3 ft. 1 in. wide), shower and toilet.    (See
footnote  ©.)
~
198.00
198.00
198.00
235.50
-
(h)   Rooms Al, Bl, CI, DI—each room contains one bed (4 ft. wide), pullman upper (2 ft. 6 in. wide), sofa berth, tub bath and toilet.
(See footnote ©.)
-
210.00
210.00
210.00
247.50
285.00
1    (i)    Room 133—large room with twin beds (3 ft. wide), shower and toilet.
—
198.00
198.00
198.00
—
—
©DIMENSIONS OF BERTHS—Double lower berths 6 ft. 6 in. x 3 ft. 6 in.; single lower and upper berths 6 ft. 6 in. x 2 ft. 6 in., except as noted; sofas 6 ft. x 2 ft.
©Special attention is called to the fact that these are three-quarter beds.
■BERTH AND MEALS AT SKAGWAY EXTRA
Your round trip fare to Skagway includes, of course, berth and meals
enroute, breakfast on arrival, and dinner on departure day. It does not
include meals and berth while your "Princess" is in port at Skagway.
But if you are making the round trip in the same "Princess" liner you may
arrange to stay on board at Skagway. Your berth will cost $2.50 for
a standard lower, $2.00, upper, in an ordinary room. Meals are at the
regular tariff rates.
Approximate Cost:
Lunch, day of arrival $1.75
Dinner, day of arrival   2.00
Berth, ordinary room   2.50
Breakfast, day of departure    1.25
Luncheon, day of departure    1.75
$9.25
Round trip tickets to Skagway are limited to October 31, 1952.
Embarkation at Vancouver
You may join your Canadian Pacific "Princess" at Vancouver any time
after 5.30 p.m. P.S.T. An appetizing cold plate Buffet will be served
aboard your Alaska "Princess" liner shortly after sailing from Vancouver
for passengers who have not dined before embarkation.
Alaska and the Yukon
Old and new combine "down north" to make your visit to Alaska and the
Yukon a memorable one. The White Pass and Yukon Route, by rail from
Skagway to Whitehorse, by river steamer from Whitehorse to Dawson
and the many side trips available open up the country that inspired the
songs of Robert W. Service, that witnessed the gold rush of '98.
Add to this the Alaska Highway, an engineering marvel of today—a bus
route where once was only mountain and muskeg—and the swift, clean
lanes of the upper air where Canadian Pacific Airlines lengthen your stay
by shortening your travel time in Alaska and the Yukon and you have the
modern answer to the old question of where to go this year.
The track of the White Pass and Yukon Railroad literally follows "The
Trail of '98" from Skagway along mountainsides, across spidery trestles,
spans historic "Dead Horse Gulch" to Bennett. Twelve miles farther on is
White Pass. This station is the boundary point where Union Jack and Stars
and Stripes fly side by side—where you may get your first sight of Stetson-
hatted, scarlet-coated Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
The wide plain that leads to Whitehorse gives you mountain views, sight
of the upper Yukon River and your first crossing of the Alaska Highway.
Down the Yukon River to Dawson City sturdy stern-wheelers that burn
four-foot logs really show you this northland. Five Finger Rapids, where
you see what fast-water piloting really is, and the great dredges and
flumes that today dig out gold dust in quantities the old-timers never
dreamed of are highlights of a voyage in almost perpetual daylight.
White Pass and Yukon Route
The White Pass and Yukon Route operates daily train services between
SKAGWAY and WHITEHORSE in both directions during the tourist season,
and steamships on the Yukon River to Dawson City. Service is also
provided for an interesting trip from CARCROSS to WEST TAKU ARM
by steamship through Nares and Tagish Lakes.
RESERVATIONS and detailed information may be obtained from Whit©
Pass and Yukon Route agents at the following addresses, 407 Douglas
Building, Seattle, Wash.; and 640 Hastings Street West, Vancouver, B.C.
TAKE YOUR CAR
There is room aboard your Canadian Pacific "Princess" for your car, which will be
carried between Vancouver and Whitehorse for an inclusive steamship and rail rate
of $121.00. This rate applies in either direction, so you can drive the Alaska Highway one way and enjoy the restful, scenic inside passage sea voyage the other. Ask
your Agent for details.
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Alaska! The word still sounds a romantic note ...
the note of Jack London's stories •.. of tall tales of '98 . ♦
of the Midnight Sun ... of fjords and inlets . .. totem
poles •. . husky dogs ... tall timbers ... the salmon
fleet.. . seal hunters ... The Klondike . ... Yukon . •.
Dawson .. . "Sam McGee''. . . "Dan McGrew" . .. ghosts
conjured from the past by Robert W. Service ... caribou .
the "Inside Passage'' ...a kaleidoscope of glaciers . ..
gold mines ... sawmills •.. history .. . magic twilights ..
incredibly long days . . .short star-filled nights ...
aboard swift ocean-going Canadian Pacific "Princess"
liners •..•in year-rourtd service —Vancouver —Ocean Falls
Prince Rupert —Ketchikan —Petersburg —Juneau—
Skagway —Wrangell ... on special cruise schedules
June, July, August.
PRINCESS KATHLEEN
Your home for every enjoyable day of the cruise
S.S. Princess Kathleen, British-built, British Columbia manned, is as
modern as she is sleek in appearance. From her sun-bathed decks or
wide-windowed Observation Room the placid waters of the Inside
Passage, discovered by Captain George Vancouver more than a century
and a half ago, reflect green covered slopes on both sides of the ship.
For the longest days in the world ... 9J day special
cruises .. . Glacier Bay.. • spectacular Behm Canal
Grenville Channel ... Gardner Canal ... Goat Harbour ...
Snow Pass ... Cape Decision ... every voyage by sheltered
"Inside Passage" .. . cruise-designed Princess Kathleen ...
noted for deck space •.. extra large public rooms ...
fine accommodation .. . observation lounge for all-
weather scenic enjoyment
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Prince Rupert—
Ketchikan—Wrangell
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Juneau—Skagway!
Names to conjure
with—places to
remember! Their very
sound tells you
when you cross the
boundary. Prince
Rupert, most northerly
Canadian seaport,
giant cold-storage
warehouse* fishing
centre, former
Hudson's Bay post,
has the glamour of a
frontier outpost.
A few hours, and
many miles of
magnificent scenery,
away—across Dixon
Entrance with a
glimpse of the broad
Pacific—is the island
port of Ketchikan, first
sight of the Stars and
Stripes. Like a forest
of toothpicks the
masts of fishing craft
dot the harbour.
Curio stores and
authentic totem poles
mark Haida
civilization here.
Neon signs, the latest
movies, up-to-date
schools complete
the picture.
No booklet is big
enough to list all the
scenic "musts"
between Vancouver
and Skagway—
Devil's Thumb—
Needles—Wrangell
Narrows—Gastineau
Channel—Juneau,
capital of Alaska.
Eskimo, Aleutian,
Russian art is
displayed in the
Juneau Museum. A
short drive away are
Auk Lake and the
famous Mendenhall
Glacier. Juneau has
good hotels, attractive
public buildings and
many fine residences.
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beaten by husky-dog teams
and mule trains through thi
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beauty, a land of flowers
and lakes, of mountains
#|f: passes at the back
of beyond.
Gamblers, chisellers, dance-hall girls, hard-eyed gunmen,
quick-drawing deputies, bearded prospectors, downy-cheeked
"cheechakos"—they are all in the past. Today Skagway and Juneau,
outports for a hinterland rapidly gearing itself to modem living standards,
lories of the roaring past as they gird themselves for
in a promising future. Each city has preserved
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Whitehorse,
its early
history linked
with the
Klondike, is head
of navigation on
the Yukon River,
terminus of the White
Pass and Yukon
Railway, largest town
along the Alaska
Highway, important
junction in the northern
Down North from Whitehorse the river was
undisputed monarch until man took wings.
To the holiday traveller the mighty Yukon
is still king for the two-day northward
journey to Dawson City. Old-fashioned
to the eye, but comfortable and broad-
decked, the stern-wheel river boats
recreate the past, open every scenic
mile to leisured view. You'll
shoot the Five Finger Rapids, tie
up to the bank while cordwood
is loaded. The restful return
voyage, thrill-filled as skilful
rivermen warp your steamer
through fast-running water,
's a week of healthful
leisure. Dawson City,
where the Klondike
River joins the Yukon,
capital of Yukon
Territory, still has
old buildings,
even one of the
original hotels,
the Nugget
Dance-hall,
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network of Canadian Pacific Airlines. Past,
present and future walk hand in hand at
Whitehorse. Guardians of the law now, as they
were at the turn of the century, a Royal Canadian
Mounted Police detachment is on duty,- modern
hotels, smart stores, sight-seeing busses,- taxicabs are
of the present; stern-wheel paddle-steamers ply the
broad Yukon River as they did years ago and sleek
silver aircraft wing their way from Whitehorse airport
across the northern skies.
Service,
gold-dredges,
old mine work-
ngs—and modern
taxicabs to whisk you
round to see them!
WHITEHORSE, Y.T.
BUSY STERN-WHEELER
 ROMANTIC DAWSON CITY
ALASKA HIGHWAY
ONE WAY BY AIR
Canadian Pacific "Princess" liners
have space for passengers'
automobiles, which can accompany
their owners by train to Whitehorse,
there to enjoy the freedom of the
open road, the grandeur of the great
Alaska Highway. Inclusive rates are
quoted between Vancouver and
Whitehorse. For travellers who choose
highway travel one way but like
freedom from driving care, White
Pass and Yukon route busses run on
regular schedule between Dawson
Creek, B.C., (overnight by rail from
Edmonton, Alta.,) and Whitehorse,
919 miles. Fairbanks, 608 miles
farther, marks the northern limit.
Timetable arrivals and departures
assure regular meals and sound sleeps
at selected roadhouses and overnight
lodges. The motor road from Dawson
Creek to Edmonton adds 476 miles
to the score.
Up river, in seven days or two
hours? Down river in two days
or two and a quarter hours?
It's up to you! Depending upon
your available time you can
really round out your Klondike
visit by getting the broad
picture from the windows of a
comfortable Canadian Pacific
Airlines DC-3 between Dawson
and Whitehorse. Canadian Pacific
Airlines, in conjunction with the
"Princess" liners and Yukon and
White Pass Route, enable you
to work out many fascinating
itineraries for your Alaska cruise.
Any Canadian Pacific office
will quote you rates for "Princess"
liner one-way, air in opposite
direction between Vancouver
and any point on the great
northern network of Canadian
Pacific Airlines routes.
ONE WAY BY ROAD
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FEDERAL MUSEUM,JUNEAU
Canadian Pacific Alaska
holiday — you can't begin
to describe it in a small book,
it's too flexible. It can fit any
length of time from 8J^ days,
the year-round return voyage
time made by Princess Louise
and Princess Norah,- 9x/2
days by the special cruise
ship, Princess Kathleen — or
who!" you want to make it
depending on the extent of
your excursions in Alaska
and the Yukon. You can go
round-trip by water. You
can take your car if you
want to. You can go one
way by Princess Liner — the
other by bus or air. Whichever
trip you plan you can count
on real enjoyment and you
can buy your trip all in one
package—by Canadian Pacific.
One way or another your Alaska
Cruise will stay in your memory for a
long time. Perhaps with the curios
and other mementos you pick up here
and there. Perhaps some particular
person you met may become a constant
reminder. Perhaps the photographs
you snapped.
And on the subject of photographs —
will you accept a few tips?
Be sure to stock up on film before you
leave unless you use the more popular
brands of black and white. Colour
film and unusual sizes may be hard
to find down north.
Here's a break for the men —evening
clothes are not worn in the north in
summer! As for the ladies, they'll do
what they please — and please
the men whatever they do.
But a good basic hint is: sturdy
walking shoes, a suit with a jacket,
skirt and slacks, one or two
dresses, and a light topcoat.
CANADIAN PACIFIC BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST SERVICE.
DAVIDSON GLACIER
Canadian Pacific "Princesses" know the west coast like a book. In addition
to the Alaska service there are timetable schedules between Vancouver
and: Victoria (Vancouver Island) and Seattle,- Nanaimo,- the Gulf Islands;
Powell River and Comox,- Ocean Falls, Kemano Bay, Kitimat and Prince Rupert
and the fascinating service up the west coast of Vancouver Island between
Victoria and Chamiss Bay — two weeks of exploration of the bays and islands
of the Straits of Georgia and Juan de Fuca, the Gulf of Georgia and the Pacific.
Across Canada the Canadian Pacific, first transcontinental railway in
North America, pierces the great Rocky Mountains through spectacular
passes by two scenic routes, links Pacific and Atlantic oceans with Canada's
major cities, the golden prairies, the central vacationlands and connects
with U.S. railroads to give you through travel.
Nineteen strategically located hotels and summer resorts constitute the
Canadian Pacific chain of hospitality from sea to sea.
5240
 TO
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
SPECIAL
CRUISES
PRINCESS KATHLEEN
VANCOUVER
TO
PRINCE RUPERT
BEHM CANAL
KETCHIKAN
JUNEAU
SKAGWAY
GLACIER BAY
WRANGELL
GRENVILLE CHANNEL
GARDNER CANAL
GOAT HARBOUR
OCEAN FALLS
YEAR ROUND
SAILINGS
PRINCESS LOUISE
PRINCESS NORAH
VANCOUVER
TO
OCEAN FALLS
PRINCE RUPERT
KETCHIKAN
PETERSBURG
JUNEAU
SKAGWAY
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