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 "Princess Couise"
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS
This ship is inspected each year by the Canadian Government Department of Transport and
her hull and equipment complies wiih the provisions of the International Convention for the
Safety of Life at Sea. The Officers have undergone
special training in the theory end application of
all equipment and a comprehensive instruction
and routine practice drill is carried out at regular
intervals.
This ship is also equipped with an automatic
fire alarm and sprinkler system.
Fire Axes are located in the vicinity of all
stairways.
Life belts are located in ell staterooms in overhead racks, and in box seats on the outside
decks.
Approved Buoyancy Apparatus and Lifeboats.
METHOD OF FITTING LIFEBELT
FIRST POSITION
Place the jacket over the head and pass the arms
through the arm holes. It will slip over the head
easier if (he hollow shape of the back pocket is
first placed against the back of the neck and the
jacket   then    drawn    down    over    the    head,    as
indicated above.
SECOND POSITION
Tie a  half  knot with
the tapes in front.
THIRD POSITION
Draw them well tight
and complete the knot.
It is unnecessary to tie
the tapes at the back.
1. Passengers are specifically asked to refrain
from smoking in bed and at all times to be
extremely careful in disposing of cigar and
cigarette stubs, etc. Each cabin is equipped
with  a  suitable  receptacle.
2. The company will not be responsible for the
loss of any article taken by passengers into
staterooms. Passengers may check with the
Purser valuables such  as  jewels  and  money.
3. A passenger paying for one berth is entitled
to that berth only, and shall share the stateroom with the purchaser or purchasers of the
other berth or berths.
4. Kindly report any incivility or inattention on
the part of employees to the Captain at once,
or the Manager of the company's B.C. Coast
Steamship Service at Victoria, B.C.
5. Before vacating your room, do not fail to
check to ensure that you have removed all
your articles.
BE CAREFUL OF FIRE
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COMMANDER  RONALD   HICKS
We've left the Port behind us,
<tAnd through the Narrow Sea
We're sailing to the Northland,
The land of mystery,
Where gold is found in nuggets,
Where night and day are one,
The Land of the Aurora,
£and of the Midnight Sun.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
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Hors D'oeuvres Varies
Fruit Cocktail
Cream of Tomato Consomme Royal
Steamed Alaska Salmon, Shrimp Sauce, Cucumber
Garden Salad, Mayonnaise or French Dressing
Chicken Livers en Brochette with Peas
Boiled York Ham, Mustard Sauce
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding
Roast Stuffed Capon, Cranberry Jelly
Roast and Mashed Potatoes Vegetables in Season
English Plum Pudding, Hard Sauce Fruit Jelly
Deep Apple Pie Princess Ice Cream
Fresh Fruit
Canadian or Imported Cheese Crackers
Cafe Noir
Dinner Mints
B.C. COAST STEAMSHIPS
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B. C. PRODUCT WILL BE FIRST
SHIP TO BERTH AT NEW DOCK
Honor of being the first vessel to
dock at the new Pier B-C after the
official opening this afternoon, will go
to the SS. Princess Louise, product of
a local shipyard and one of. the finest
vessels of her class on this coast.
Captain Archie Slater will bring his
ship alongside promptly at 2.15 p.m. and
right after will take a party of 200
wounded soldiers and their families for
a cruise of the inlet. Included in the
party will be 75 naval cadets who will
form a guard of honor for the pier j
opening.
Following this trip, the Louise will
return to Pier B at 3:30 p.m. and embark Mayor Taylor's party included a
number   of   invited   guests   for   another
Copyright   Dominion  Photo   Co.
SS. Princess  Louise
cruise. Among the visitors who will
attend the opening and go on the trip,
will be the mayor of every port in this
province as well as representatives
from Seattle, Bellingham, Port Town-
send and Port Angeles.
The Princess Louise was built in 1921
by the Wallace Shipbuilding & Drydock
Company Ltd. at North Vancouver. She
is a steel screw vessel of 4032 gross and
2449 net tons and is fitted as an oil
burner. She is 317.2 feet in length with
a beam of 48.1 feet and has a depth of
34.6 feet. Since her launching she has
been in continuous operation in the B.
C. doast Service of the Canadian Pacific
and is one of the finest advertisements
the port has.
 'iCE, VANCOUVER, BRITISH  COLUMBIA", SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 19287
£2 Commerce anE Finance
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VICTORIA, June 23.—SS. Princess Louise, of the
C.P.R. Skagway service, will be unable to make her
scheduled departure at 9p.m. today from Vancouver, and
the next company ship ror the Yukon will be SS. Princess  Charlotte   on  Wednesday.    Freight  for  the  north
\   will go on SS. Princess Ena early next week.
\ The Louise, built in 1921 especially for the Skagway
run,   struck   during  a  fog  off  Idol  Point   in   Seaforth
, Channel on Thursday morning, and in backing broke
her propeller blade and strained the crank-shaft web.
[ It is the latter Injury which  is  delaying  her, as  the
shaft will have to be drawn. The ship's hull was entirely undamaged, according to reports following the
drydocking of the ship on Friday evening at Esquimalt.
Passengers off the vessel reported when she arrived
at Vancouver Friday morning following the accident,
that there was a few moments of excitement when she
touched. Every precaution was taken to insure the
safety of the passengers. Lifeboats were made ready,
the lifeboats swung out, and steps taken for an immediate disembarkation if necessary. The ship was released almost at once, however. Examination showed
her hull sound, and she proceeded.
 VANCOUVER VESSEL ON WHICH
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SS.
PRINCESS LOUISE, coastwise steamer from which two Vancouver
OO, men John Nicholson and Peter Olson, lost their lives when the automobile in which they were sleeping broke adrift and crashed through the
port, into the waters of Active Pass. The port is located beneath the forward mast, on the starboard side.
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PRINCESS   LINE
PASSENGER
LIST
CANAD
AILWAV
 47
"TRANS CANADA LIMITED"
All Steel De Luxe Sleeping Car Train
Between
Vancouver—Toronto—Montreal
Leaves Vancouver 6:30 p.m. Daily
(Last  Train   from   Vancouver  Sept.   27)
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"THE MOUNTAINEER"
An All-Steel Sleeping Car Through Train
Between
Vancouver—Minneapolis-—St.   Paul  and
Chicago
Leaves Vancouver 7:00 p.m. Daily
(Last train from Vancouver Sept. 9)
Both Trains carry modern sleeping car equipment including Solarium Lounge cars with health
giving    vita    glass,    Sun    Parlors,    Observation
Lounge, Shower Baths, Ladies' Lounge and Card
smoking room.
Through the Canadian Rockies in Daylight
Plan  your  itinerary   to   stop   at   Beautiful   Banff
Springs  Hotel  in  the  heart of  the  Rockies.
Travel
CANADIAN PACIFIC
World's Greatest Travel System
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 Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
B. C. Coast Steamship Service
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CANADIAN
PACIFIC
S. S. PRINCESS LOUISE
Captain A.  Slater,  Master.
W. Hughes, Chief Officer
Jas. Petticrew, Chief Engineer
A. M. Taylor, Purser
A. Knott, Chief Steward
Sailing From
Victoria, B. C, June 20
and from
Vancouver,  B.  C, June 21
to
Southeastern Alaska Ports
 Approximate Distances
Victoria to Vancouver    76
Vancouver to Alert Bay  ,  183
Alert Bay to Prince Rupert   291
Prince Rupert to Ketchikan    91
Ketchikan to Wrangell    99
Wrangell to Taku Glacier:
Via Wrangell Narrows   154
Via Cape Decision  244
Taku Glacier to Juneau    24
Juneau to Skagway   100
 Lis? of Passengers
Amend, Mr. and Mrs. J. J., San Francisco, Cal.
Babcock, Miss Martha P., Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.
Barlow, Miss Amy, Ketchikan, Alaska.
Bartz, Miss Jane, San Francisco, Cal.
Bell, Mrs. Emma, Atlanta, Ga.
Bell, Miss Sara L, Atlanta, Ga.
Bergh, Mr. and Mrs. L. R,, Tacoma, Wn.
Bethune, Alexander M., Rotorua, New Zealand.
Bidwell, Miss Edna M., Wrangell, Alaska.
Blackwood, Mr. and Mrs. L., Auckland, N. Z.
Blanc, Miss Lorna, Burlingame, Cal.
Bledsoe, Mr. and Mrs. L. McL., San Francisco, Cal.
Brand, Miss K., San Francisco, Cal.
Buxton, Geo., McCloud, Cal.
Callahan, Miss Evelyn, New York City.
Cameron, Miss Helen C, Vancouver, B. C.
Carmichael,, Brian, Victoria, B.  C.
Childers, Mrs. Alta B., Los Angeles, Cal.
Cody, Jack, Dawson, Y. T.
Cody, Billy, Dawson, Y. T.
Cody, Frank, Dawson, Y. T.
Conner, Miss Elsie L., Kamioops, B. C.
Cook, Miss Edith H., American Lake, Wn.
Cripps, Miss Florence M., Norbury, London, Eng.
Cushman, Mr. and Mrs. John B., Ranclio Sante Fe
Cal.
Davidson, Mrs. A. De Lory, Oakland, Cal.
Deacon, Mrs. Lillian, El Segundo, Cal.
 Deacon, Miss Katherine, El Segundo, Cal.
Deacon, Miss Elinor, El Segundo, CaL
Deacon, Miss Dorothea, El Segundo, Cal.
Dixon, Mrs. Alice E., Vancouver, B. C.
Driscoll, Mrs, Bessie, Denver, Colo.
Eatock, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick, Holly burn, B. C.
Eaton, Robt. B., Craigmyle, Alta.
Ehrlich, Mrs. M., San Francisco, Cal.
Ferguson, Mrs. Flora, Grassy Lake, Alta.
Forrest; Wm, H., Cordova Bay, B. C.
Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. M. M., Oak Park, 111.
Fowler, Mr, and Mrs. F. H., Los Angeles, Cal.
Fox, Chas. R., Douglas, Alaska.
Friendly, J. C, Portland, Ore.
Friendly, Melvyn, San Francisco, Cal.
Furman, Miss Ella L., Vancouver, B. C.
Gordon, A. L., Delia, Alta.
Gosse, Miss Gertrude E., Vancouver, B. C.
Gosse, Miss Dorothy V., Vancouver, B. C.
Grigsby, Geo. B., Ketchikan, Alaska.
Gring, Mrs. Rose, Camden, N. J.
Grisez, Mr. and Mrs. Frank C, Millbrae, Cal.
Grisez, Miss Margaret M., Millbrae, Cal.
Grisez, Miss Irene C, Millbrae, Cal.
Hayes, Miss K. Laura, Newark, N. J.
Haynes, E. M., Victoria, B. C.
Hickey, Mrs. Sarah, Dawson, Y. T.
Higginbottom, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C, Chicago, 111.
Hull, Mrs. Ellen T., San Francisco, Cal.
Hull, Miss Mary E., San Francisco, Cal.
 Jacobson, Miss Amanda, San Bernardino, Cal.
Jennings, Leslie H. H., Ketchikan, Alaska
Johansen,  Miss  Lillian,   San Rafael,  Cal.
Kattelmann, Mr. and Mrs. H. H., Oakland, Cal.
Kattelmann, Harry R., Oakland, Cal.
Kerr, Dr. Forrest A., Ottawa, Ont.
Langworthy, Miss Gail, American Lake, Wn.
Lightbody,  Mrs. Anna, Berkeley,  Cal.
Loew, Mrs. Emily N., Los Angeles, Cal.
Long, Mrs. Amy, Wellington, N. Z.
Lyon, Mr. and Mrs. F. A., San Francisco, Cal.
Manners, Mir. and Mrs. E. J., Burton-on-Trent, Eng.
Mlannhardt, Miss Meta C, Evanston, Ills.
Marcellus, Mr. and Mrs.  G. A., San Diego,  Cal.
Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. R., Sharon, Pa.
Naghel, Miss Grace E., Seattle, Wn.
Naghel, Miss  Gladys, Juneau,  Alaska
Norton, Mr. and Mrs. W. W., Los Angeles, Cal.
Packard, Mrs. Eliz.,  San  Gregorio,  Cal.
Packard, Miss Claudia, Burlingame, Cal.
Pearce. Mrs. Alletta B., Hackensack, N. J.
Peck,  Miss Annie E.? New  Haven,  Conn.
Pelaprat,  Mrs.   Muriel,   San   Francisco,   Cal.
Pentz,   Wm.   R.,   San   Francisco,   Cal.
Pentz, Miss Anne M., San Francisco, Cal.
Pentz, Miss Deborah B., San Francisco, Cal.
Petersen,   Sydney,   Ketchikan,   Alaska
Powell, Mr. and Mrs. R. J., Bevereley Hills, Cal.
Rapenport, Miss Esther, Detroit, Mich.
Roworth, Miss Dora  G., Newark, N. J.
 Salomon, Mr. and Mrs. A., Lodi,  Cal.
Salomon,  Miss  Aimee,  Lodi,   Cal.
Sauer, Mrs.  Clara, San Luis  Obispo,  CaL
Sauer, Miss Clara,  San Luis Obispo, Cal.
Sauer, Miss Zelma, San Luis Obispo, Cal.
Schullerts, M}r. and Mrs. B. T., Berkeley, Cal.
Shillington, Dr. and Mrs. R. N. W., Lethbridge, Alta.
Skelhorne, Arthur, Seattle, Wn.
Skorpen, Mr. and Mrs. J. Iff., Honolulu, T. H.
Slater,  Mr.  and  Mrs.  N.,  Hamilton,  Ont,
Slater, Miss Margaret, Hamilton,  Ont.
Smith, Miss Lizzie, Otago, N.  Z.
Smith,  Mrs.  Louise,  Ottawa,  Ont.
Sparrow, Hubert L., West Vancouver, B. C.
Spreckley, J. A., Calgary, Alta.
Spreckley, Miss Katharine, Calgary, Alta.
Starkweather,  Mrs. Cordelia,  Dobbs  Ferry, N. Y,
Sturdy, Dr. and Mrs. Walter, Vancouver, B. C.
Terwilliger, Mr. and Mrs. Claude, San Diego, Cal.
Thompson, Miss Eliz., Salmon Arm, B. C.
Warren, Jas. F., Rossland, B. C.
Wilkinson, Mrs. Mary L., Vancouver, B. C.
Wilcox, M|iss Julia B., New York City
Elliott,  Major Malcolm, Juneau, Alaska
Parks, Gov. George A., Juneau, Alaska
Stewart, Mrs. Julia, Juneau, Alaska
Ware, Wim., Vancouver, B. C.
Waters,  Walter C,  Wrangell, Alaska
Watson, H. G., Juneau, Alaska
 Information for Passengers
MAIL arriving on board ship at Prince Rupert
or Skagway will be delivered to rooms. Mail
addressed to ship or in care of Company at
Vancouver will be held at the Information
Bureau in Canadian Pacific Station at Vancouver until called for. If not called for
within 30 days it will be returned to the
sender or the Post Office.
TELEGRAMS for passengers in care of their
ship at any scheduled port of call will be
delivered on board.
PASSENGERS desiring to remain on board ship
at Skagway are requested to leave their
names and room numbers with Purser. Accommodation and meals while ship is at
Skagway will be charged for at tariff rates,
but passengers may leave their baggage in
rooms without charge.
WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE
Information re service from Skagway to
Bennett, Carcross, Whitehorse, West Taku
Arm, Atlin or Dawson will be gladly furnished at Purser's office.
An envelope for mailing this passenger list may
be obtained at Purser's office.
 Six and A Half Day Cruises
to the
West Coast of Vancouver Island
Summer 1930
S. S. PRINCESS NORAH
and
S. S. PRINCESS MAQUINNA
Sailings from Victoria, 11 P. M.
June 11, 21, and 26;
July 1, 6, 11, 16 and 26;
August 1, 6, 11, 16, and 26.
Minimum Return Fare $39.00, including
meals and berth.
A delightful voyage at very moderate rates, including calls at forty-four different ports.
 1930-31
A          Delightful
Canadian Pacific
Cruises
ROUND THE WORLD
EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA
21,850 Tons Gross Register
From New York, December 2, 1930 ...137
Days
MEDITERRANEAN
EMPRESS OF FRANCE
18,452 Tons Gross Register
From New York, February 3, 1931  73
Days
WEST INDIES — PANAMA
DUCHESS OF BEDFORD
20,000 Tons Gross Register
From New York January 9, 1931  29
Days
From New York, February 11, 1931 _____ 29
Days
May we send you details?
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Enjoy a World of Service
with Canadian Pacific
As unique in service as it is in scope, Canadian Pacific today offers
you the facilities of the world's most complete transportation
system —- an 8 5,000 mile network of land, sea and air routes
connecting five continents.
You can enjoy the world's longest Scenic Dome Route when you
speed smoothly across Canada aboard "The Canadian". You can
sail the sheltered St. Lawrence River Route to Europe or cruise
tropic waters on new "White Empress" luxury liners. Canadian
Pacific Airlines links five continents with Jet-Prop Britannias
and new DC-8 Rolls-Royce powered Jet Empresses. You can
relax in magnificent metropolitan hotels and luxury resorts across
Canada, including the recently enlarged 1,600 Room Royal York
Hotel in Toronto . . . largest in the British Commonwealth.
Enjoy a world of service! Travel today and tomorrow by Canadian
Pacific.
GENERAL INFORMATION
VALUABLES: The Company will not be responsible for money,
jewelry, or other valuables of passengers. Passengers are advised
not to keep such articles in their stateroom, but should hand
them, sealed and marked with the owner's name, to the Purser
for deposit in his safe. Envelopes are provided by the Purser for
this purpose. No charge is made for storage, and the Company
undertakes no responsibility for loss or damage, however arising.
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VANCOUVER-NANAIMO
VICTORIA-SEATTLE      VANCOUVER-ALASKA
(SUMMER  ONLY)
(SUMMER  ONLY)
The most relaxing way to travel. Modern Coffee Shop and Dining Room ... spacious,
quiet comfort in the indoor Observation Lounge. Ample automobile accommodation
... with convenient advance reservations. Frequent sailings . . . direct from downtown to downtown. Radio-telephone equipment for ship to shore calls. For full
information please call or write your nearest Canadian Pacific Agent.
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Gross
Ton.
Day
Passenger
Capacity
No. of
Beds
No. of
State-
Rooms
Dining
Room
Capacity
Auto
Clearances
Ft.      In.
Auto         III
Capacity      | i
Pr. Marguerite
5911
2000
95
51
180
7        0
50         If
Pr. Patricia
5911
2000
95
51
180
7        0
50
Pr. of Nanaimo
6787
1750
8
4
160
7        9
120*       II
Pr. of Vancouver
5554
1200
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115
18        0
115
Pr. Louise
4032
1000
239
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 After Alaska — the Rockies
See them in all their glory aboard —
CANADIAN    PACIFIC
SCENIC    DOME    TRAINS
when you go back East by Canadian Pacific
.. . .   the only "Dome" route across Canada.
Let your holidays carry on. Reserve now via Canadian
Pacific for your return East. See the mighty panorama
of the Canadian Rockies — no extra fare for "Dome"
service. Stopover if you wish, at Banff Springs Hotel or
Chateau Lake Louise in the Canadian Rockies. Ask the
Purser on this ship for full information.
WHEREVER YOU GO IN CANADA, YOU'LL
FIND   SUPERB   ACCOMMODATION   &   SERVICE
at
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    HOTELS
Victoria   The  Empress
Vancouver     The  Hotel  Vancouver*
Lake  Louise     Chateau  Lake  Louisef
Banff       Banff   Springs   Hotelf
Calgary     The  Hotel Palliser
Regina       The   Hotel   Saskatchewan
Winnipeg   The Royal Alexandra
Toronto   The  Royal  York
Quebec    The Chateau Frontenac
Kentville   The Cornwallis Inn
Digby    The  Digby  Pines  Hotelf
St.  Andrews-by-the-Sea     The  Algonquin  Hotelf
*The Hotel Vancouver is operated by the Vancouver
Hotel Company on behalf of the Canadian Pacific
and   Canadian   National   Railway   Companies.
fHotels marked thusly are open during the Summer
Season only.
Reservations at any of the above hotels can
be made through your Travel Agent or Any
Canadian   Pacific   representative.
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SHIP'S OFFICERS
CAPTAIN H. J. MURRAY  Master
MR. P. HARRIS   1st Officer
MR. W. J. PHILLIPS   Chief Engineer
MR, F. F. CLARKE  2nd Engineer
MR. A.  P.  WOOLLETT     Purser
MR. S. WICKENS   Chief Steward
MRS. A. S. STEELE  ,  Social Hostess
LIST    OF    PASSENGERS
(S.S. PRINCESS LOUISE)
SAILED  FROM VANCOUVER,  B. C. TO SKAGWAY, ALASKA
— JULY 20, 1961 —
Alexander, Miss Edna, Marysville, Cal.
Anderson, Miss Fern, Ottumiva, Iowa
Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam, South Pittsburgh, Tenn.
Bach, Mr. and Mrs. Emil F., Smithtown, N. Y.
Bailey, Mr. and Mrs, Olin C, El Dorado, Ark.
Behrends, Miss Eileen, Chicago, 111.
Blakeman, Robert T., Greensburg, Ky.
Bolton, Mr. and Mrs, F. Harold, Tampa, Fla.
Bomphray, Miss Jean, Regina, Sask.
Bradison, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn J., Minneapolis, Minn.
Brice, Miss Helen, Uniontown, Pa.
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. John A., Montclair, N. J.
Brown, Miss Marie, Seattle, Wash.
Buka, Mrs. Elsa, Dixon, 111.
Caldwell, Mrs. May H., Thomasville, Ga.
Carlson, Oscar M., Chicago, 111.
Campbell, Mrs. Mary, Calgary, Alta.
Carnefix, Miss Edna, Wichita, Kansas
Chenard, Miss Marie T., Montreal, P. Q.
Christie, Miss Jean B., Regina, Sask.
Cohen, Master Jonathan J., Miami, Fla.
Cohen, Master Thomas Wm., Miami, Fla.
Colborn, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil H., Hindhead, Surrey, England
Conn, Mrs. Anna A., Uniontown, Pa.
Cook, Mrs. Zola K., Highland Park, 111.
Coyle, Mrs. Dorothy F., Windsor, Ont.
Currah, Miss Belle, Tavistock, Ont.
Ducommun, Miss Valerie, Paterson, N. J.
Dickinson, Miss Ivy, Los Angeles, Cal.
Dodge, Mrs. Lutie, Edmonton, Alta.
Dornon, Miss Nora, New Alexandria, Pa.
Dubois, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver F., Toronto, Ont.
Durward, Mrs. Margaret, Simcoe, Ont.
Eberle, Mr. and Mrs. Leo W., Rockford, 111.
Egeland, Mr. and Mrs. J. Curtis, Chicago, 111.
Ehrenkranz, Mrs. Jeanette, Miami, Fla.
Ehrenkranz, Miss Jean F., Orange, N. J.
Ehrenkranz, Master Joel, Orange, N. J.
Egendoerer, Mrs. Emma, St. Louis, Mo.
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 Elb, Rudolph, San Francisco, Cal.
Elb, Miss Rosemary, San Francisco, Cal.
Evans, Mrs. Beulah, Wichita, Kans,
Falls, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur G., Western Springs, 111.
Faught, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J., Toronto, Ont,
Fergemann, Mr. and Mrs. Harry E., Waterloo, Iowa
Finsh, Mrs. Sarah, Canisteo, N. Y.
Fleagle, Rev. and Mrs. Walter A., Atlanta, Ga.
Fluker, Mrs. Inez, Edmonton, Alta.
Fowler, Frank B., Morton, Pa.
Freitas, Miss Mary E,, Detroit. Mich.
Fritts, Mrs. Daisy, Dallas, Texas
Gallagher, Miss Olive, Woodbridge, Ont.
Gburczyk, Dr. and Mrs. Frank H, River Forest, 111.
Ghio, Miss Celestine, St. Louis, Mo.
Grace. Mr. and Mrs. Howard W., Aldan, Pa.
Gready, Miss Barbara A., Houston, Texas
Greene, Miss M. Frances, Worcester, Mass.
Grolle, Mr. and Mrs. Carel K, Montebello, Cal.
Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred, Meriden, Conn.
Hamme, Mr. and Mrs. Henry, Essexville, Mich.
Hays, Ellis, Hammond, Ind.
Hedrick, Miss Swanee, Newport, Tenn.
Heise, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur, Hamlin, Kans.
Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Orrin R., Two Harbors, Minn.
Hodge, Judge and Mrs. Walter H., Anchorage, Alaska
Hudson, Mrs. Hazel M., Windber, Pa.
Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler W., Santa Clara, Cal.
Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. James F., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ison, Miss Corinne, Calgary, Alta.
Jaeger, Mr. and Mrs. Harry J., Oreland, Pa.
Johnson, Mrs. Edna, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
Johnson, Mrs. Mary F., La Joila, Cal.
Judges, Mr. and Mrs, Henry, Richmond, Va.
Keinard, Mrs. M. Lillie, Norristown, Pa.
Kenney,  Mrs.  Elizabeth,  Worcester, Mass.
Kessler, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur, New London, Ohio
Kimber, Mr. and Mrs. Harry G., Toronto, Ont.
Kimber, Harry, Toronto, Ont.
Kimber, Michael, Toronto, Ont.
King, Mrs. Florence, Shelton, Conn.
King, Miss Jacqueline J., Shelton, Conn.
Kistler, Mr. and Mrs, Samuel S., Salt Lake City, Utah
Knight, Mrs. Winifred, Walnut, 111.
Knox, Mrs. Maie, Galveston, Texas
Langford, Geary C, Thomasville, Ga.
Lansdowne, Miss Katie, Wichita, Kans.
Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward, Lincolnwood, 111.
Latham, Mrs. Frances, Canisteo, N. Y.
Latham, Joseph, Canisteo, N. Y.
Leach, Mr. and Mrs, Gordon !_., Elryia, Ohio
Levens, Rev. and Mrs. Monroe, San Diego, Cal.
Lorriman, Mr. and Mrs. C. Ashford, Toronto, Ont.
Lorriman, Miss Nancy, Toronto, Ont.
Lorriman, Master Ken S., Toronto, Ont.
Lindgren, Rev. and Mrs. Nels, Elkins, W. Va.
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 Lyall, Mr. and Mrs. A. Reid, North Portal, Sask.
MacDonald, Mr. and Mrs. John K., Toronto, Ont.
McBride, Mr. and Mrs. William J., Beaver Falls, Pa.
McDowell, Miss Lela M., Kalamazoo, Mich.
McQuown, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard, Orlando, Fla.
McMurray, Mrs. Beulah C, Detroit, Mich.
McVady, Miss Helen, Chicago, 111.
McWhinney, Mr, and Mrs. Winfred C, Sunland, Cal.
McWhinney,  Michael S., La Canada,  Cal.
Malone, Miss Helen, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Malone, Miss Margaret, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Manchester, Miss Lois, Racine, Wise,
Mandeville, Miss Kathryn G„ Worcester, Mass.
Mann,  Mass Agnes M., Winfield, B. C.
Marks, Mrs. Frances, Dixon, 111.
Meincke, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Melbin, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, San Francisco, Cal.
Melvin, Mrs. E. May, Huntsville, 111.
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight' J., Taylorville, 111.
Miller, Mrs. Ruth M., Newport News, Va.
Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Harold, St. Pul, Minn.
Montgomery, Miss Nancy B., St. Paul, Minn.
Moody, Mrs. Mary D., Christchurch, N. Z.
Moore, Miss Betty J., Clayton, Mo.
Morgan, Mrs. Clare, Smith Center, Kans.
Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Marcel, Toronto, Ont.
Moyers, Mr. and Mrs. Preston, Broadway, Va.
Moyers, Master Randall L., Broadway, Va.
Murray, Frederick W., Edmonton, Alta.
Murrajr, Miss Sharon A.,"Calgary, Alta.
Nearpass, Mrs. Lilian M., East Rutherford, N. J.
Nearpass, Miss Beatrice, East Rutherford, N. J.
Nyhan, Miss Mae E., Chicago, 111.
Okey, Miss Beth, Cassville, Wise.
Oleson, Miss Nellie L,, Clinton, Wise.
Olson, Miss Hilda C, Racine, Wise,
Ott, Mrs. Hildur, St. Petersburg, Fla.
Potter, Miss Mae, Smith Center, Kans.
Price, R. Ernest, Rutherford, N. C.
Quaill, Miss Dorothea, Toronto, Ont.
Quaill, Miss Estella, Toronto, Ont.
Rae, Mrs, Anne G., Edmonton, Alta.
Randall, Miss Christine A., Seattle, Wash.
Reed, Mrs. Mary B., Washington, D. C.
Reeser, Orrie H., Clinton, 111.
Reynolds, Miss Martha, Rutledge, Penna.
Riddle, Mrs. Diane A., Omaha, Nebr.
Riddle, Mrs. Ruth V. G., Omaha, Nebr.
Roberts, Mrs. Iva, Don Mills, Ont.
Robinson, Bruce, Weyburn, Sask.
Roggy, Mrs. Garnetta, Chicago, 111.
Russel, Miss Eileen D., Montreal, P. Q.
Sauglow, Miss Anna, Henning, Minn.
Schafer, Mrs. Anna, Bay City, Mich.
Shaw, David, Roland, Man.
Shearburn ,Mrs. Pauline, Walnut, 111.
 Sias, Mrs, Adine, Huston, Texas
Smeatham, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond, Hometown, 111.
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H., Philadelphia, Penn.
Storey, Mr. and Mrs. Norman, Regina, Sask.
Talley,  Crispin, Lamasa, Cal.
Talley, Miss Paige, Lamasa, Cal.
Tangeman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J., Laurel, Del.
Tansley, Howard B., Philadelphia, Pa.
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M., Toronto, Ont.
Trebilcock, Mr. and Mrs. James N., East Lansing, Mich.
Vanasse, Miss Yvette, Montreal, P. Q.
Van Lopik, Mr. and Mrs. Evan J., Grand Rapids, Mich.
Vlasak, Mrs. Hedvic, Mount Prospect, 111.
Walsh, Miss Mary, Uniontown, Penn.
Wessmann, Mr. and Mrs, Alfred C, Port Washington, N. Y.
Wessmann, Miss Frances E„ Port Washington, N. Y.
Wilson, Mrs. Margaret, Chicago, 111.
Wilson, Fred D., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Wood, Mr. and Mrs. William J., Alliston, Ont.
Wuest, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S., Wheaton, 111.
Yates, Miss Beverly, Clayton, Mo.
Yohe, Mr. and Mrs, Robert V., Kitchener, Ont.
EX. PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
Boehm, Mr. and Mrs. Carl R., Ketchikan, AAA
Frazier, Mrs. Petra C, Spokane, Wash.
Kleinschmidt, Ray, Ketchikan, AAA
— AUTOGRAPHS —
 INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS
Mail received at Prince Rupert or Skagway will be
delivered to your room. Mail received at Vancouver after the ship has sailed will be held at the
Information Bureau, Canadian Pacific Station. If
not called for in 30 days, it will be returned to
sender or the Post Office.
Telegrams addressed care of the ship at scheduled
ports of call will be delivered on board.
Skagway—If you wish to stay on board ship while
in port please leave your name and room number
with the Purser. Lunch will be charged for at
tariff rates.
White Pass and Yukon Route—Purser's Office will
supply information regarding service from Skagway to Bennett, Carcross, Whitehorse and Dawson.
APPROXIMATE DISTANCES
Statute
Miles
Victoria to Vancouver     83
Vancouver to Prince Rupert  535
Prince Rupert to Ketchikan  105
Ketchikan to Juneau.....  . 253
Juneau to Skagway _.  116
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SCENIC  DOME  TRAINS
The sky's the limit through the panoramic glare-proof windows from
the upper level Scenic Dome. Modern as tomorrow, the diesel-drawn
all-stainless-steel Streamliners, The Canadian and The Dominion,
travel swiftly, smoothly on the world's longest Dome route across
Canada. Deluxe dining room and coffee shop . . . relaxing air-conditioned comfort . . . reclining coach seats, reserved at no extra cost
— adjustable head rests, full length leg rests . . . choice of ten types
of sleeping accommodation.
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  S. S. "PRINCESS LOUISE"
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Master
SAILING  FROM
Victoria, B. C.
Friday, August 15, 1924
at 11.00 p. m.
AND   FROM
Vancouver, B. C.
Saturday, August 16, 1924
9:00 p. m.
TO
Skagway, Allaska
 Information for Passengers
MAIL—
Mail arriving on board
ship at Prince Rupert
or Skagway will be delivered to passenger's
rooms.
Mail addressed to the
ship or in care of the
Company at Vancouver
will be held at the Information Bureau in
Canadian Pacific Station
at Vancouver until
called for. If not called
for within 30 days it
will be returned to the
Sender or the Post
Office.
TELEGRAMS—
Telegrams for passengers in care of this
ship at any scheduled
port of call will be delivered on board.
A representative of the
Canadian Pacific Telegraphs will meet this
ship on arrival at Vancouver for the purpose
of receiving any messages which passengers
mav desire to send.
 List of Passengers
Adams, Miss H. A., Chicago, 111.
Amos, Mr. and Mrs. H. A., Sidney, Ohio.
Anderson, Miss P. J., Los Angeles, Calif.
Armstrong, Miss D. C, Vancouver, B. C.
Armstrong, Miss M. D., Vancouver, B. C.
Atkey, Miss E. H., Ladner, B. C.
Baker, Mr. and Mrs. W. 0., San Francisco,
Calif.
Barnard, Mr. and Mrs. E. L., Los Angeles,
Calif.
Barnes,   Mr.   and Mrs.  A.   M.,   Cambridge,
Mass.
Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. D. C, Seattle, Wash.
Bateman, Mrs. C, Three Rivers, Mich.
Bauer, A. H., Chicago, 111.
Bauer, Miss C, Chicago, 111.
Beale, Miss J. F., Boston, Mass.
Beer, Mr. and Mrs. F. A., Chicago, 111.
Berlioz, J. P., Paris, France.
Betz, Mr. and Mrs. E. C, Monroe, Mich.
Betz, Miss L. M., Monroe, Mich.
Betz, S., Monroe, Mich.
Biggs,  Mrs. E. G.,  St.  Louis, Mo.
Biggs, David C, St. Louis, Mo.
Bodwell, W. J.,  Sanford, Me.
Bolger, T., Deadwood, S. D.
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. J. J., Charleston, S. C.
Brown, S., Newcastle, Aust.
Bugbee,   Mr.   and   Mrs.  H.   G.   New  York
City.
Burbach, Mr. and Mrs. W., Chicago, 111.
Burbach, Miss G., Chicago, 111.
Burnham, Miss L. M., Vancouver, B. C.
Camerer, Miss A., Detroit. Mich.
Carpenter, Mrs. S. C, Tacoma, Wash.
Cartan, R. F., Chicago, 111.
Chambers, Miss M. A., New York City.
Chambers. Miss M. E., New York  City.
Challenger, Mr. and Mrs. C, Chicago, 111.
Clemens, J., Boston, Mass.
Comfort, Mr. and Mrs. H., Fallsington, Pa.
Coolidge, T. J., Boston, Mass.
Cooper, A. E., Melbourne, Aust.
Costello   Mr. and Mrs. J., Liberty, Mo.
Croft, H. L, Chicago, 111.
Davis, Mrs. E. L., Springfield, Ohio.
Davison, Mr. and Mrs. S. E., Seattle, Wash.
DeBeaux, Miss .A., Detroit, Mich.
DeBow   Miss M. J., Nashville, Tenn.
Denis, Mr. and Mrs. C.  A., New Orleans,
La.
Denis, Arthur H., Jr., New Orleans, La.
Dice, Mr. and Mrs. G., Toledo, Ohio.
Dice, Miss J., Toledo. Ohio.
 Dickinson, Mrs. M., Owosso, Mich.
Donders, F., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Dorman, Miss J., New York City.
Driscoll, Mrs. L. K., New York City.
Eastman. G., Rochester, N. Y.
Eastwood, Mr. and Mrs. A.  B., Rochester.
N. Y.
Eddy, Mr. and Mrs. J. G., Everett, Wash.
Eddy, Miss A., Everett, Wash.
Edmondson, Mr. and Mrs. A., LaJolla, Cal.
Edoff  Miss A. A., Haverford, Penn.
Ehret, L. D. Jr., Sacramento, Calif.
Emerson, Miss E., Boston, Mass.
Engwall, Mrs. M. E., Chicago, 111.
Ettinger,  Miss C,  Philadelphia,  Penn.
Evans. Miss D. M., Vancouver, B. C.
Fletcher, Miss H., Culver City, Calif.
Fletcher, Miss A., Culver City, Calif.
Fraley, Mr.  and Mrs. E., Portland, Ore.
Fraser, Miss K. C, Victoria, B. C.
Getzelman, Miss E. J., Elgin, 111.
Gilbert, Mrs.  S. G., San Francisco,  Calif.
Glutsch, Mrs. N., Portland, Ore.
Glutsch, Miss G. D., Portland, Ore.
Goddard, Mrs. B. A., St. Louis, Mo.
Goldsmith, Miss E. E., New York City.
Gooch, Mr. and Mrs. J. S., Crawford Bay,
B. C.
Graddon, Miss N. I., Vancouver, B. C.
Granz, Miss C. L., San Francisco, Calif.
Gray, Miss H., Vancouver, B. C.
Green, Mr. and Mrs. F. M., Hartford, Conn.
Greer, Mr. and Mrs. R. P., Seattle, Wash.
Greer, Miss C, Seattle, Wash.
Greer, Miss M., Seattle, Wash.
Hammersley, Miss L. A., New York City.
Handy, Miss M.  C,  Chicago, 111.
Harraway, Miss M. D., Vancouver, B. C.
Hinckley, Mrs.  G.,  Seattle, Wash.
Hinckley,   Miss   M.   A.,   Seattle,   Wash.
Hewes, Miss R. D., New Orleans. La.
Howard, J. K., Boston, Mass.
Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. B., Decatur, Ga.
Irvine, Miss G. W., Vancouver, B. C.
Jackson, Miss A.  B., Bend,  Ore.
Jackson, Mrs. M. C, Bend, Ore.
Jackson,  F.  N.,  Telegraph  Creek,  B.  C.
Jarvis,   Mr.   and  Mrs.   W.   E.,   New   York,
N. Y.
Kelly, Mrs. R. J., Xenia,  Ohio.
Kemmerling, Miss E. M., Monroe, Mich.
Kennedy, Mrs.  M'.  E., Chicago, 111.
Knapp, Mr. and Mrs. L. C, Monroe, Mich.
Knapp, Mrs. M., Monroe, Mich.
Lemp,  Mr.  and Mrs.  C.  A.,  Oakville,  Mo.
Lemp, W. J., St. Louis, Mb.
Lewis, Mrs. L.,  San Bernarduir, Cal.
Lindsay, Miss H. V., Long Beach, Cal.
 Lockman,  Mrs.  M. E.,  Spartanburg,  S.  C.
Lutz,  Miss  E.  M.,  Chicago,  111.
Maclnnes, Mr. and Mrs. J. A., Vancouver,
B. C.
MacKenzie,  Miss  P.,  Calgary,  Alta.
Mattsen,   G.,   Minneapolis,   Minn.
Michaelis,  Mr.  and  Mrs.   J.   H.,  Washington,  D.   C.
Miller, Miss B., Portland, Oie.
Moquin,  Miss  M.,  San Francisco,  Cal.
Murray,  Miss  M.  I.,  Vancouver,   B.   C.
Murray, W.  M., Los Angeles,  Cal.
Nash,  C.  W.,  Kenosha,  Wis.
Neal,  Mrs. A. W.,  St.  Paul, Minn.
Neal, Miss J. B.,  St.  Paul,  Minn.
Noble, Mr. and Mrs. F. R., Spokane, Wash.
Norman,   Mr.  and  Mrs.  T.  J.,  Vancouver,
B.   C.
Packwood,  L.  R., Fresno,  Cal.
Press,  Miss  M.  F., Victoria, B.  C.
Purman,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   T.   H.,   Pasadena,
Cal.
Ratz, Chas., Redbud, 111.
Robinson,   Miss   P.,   Sanak,   Alaska.
Rose, Mrs.  N.  A.,  Western  Springs,  111.
Rose,  Miss  R., Western  Springs, 111.
Sadler,  Mrs.  E.  E.,  Berkeley,  Cal.
Sanders, V. D., Killisnoo, Alaska.
Sartori,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   J.   J.,   Brooklyn,
N. Y.
Savage,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   W.   E.,   Brooklyn,
N. Y.
Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs.  C. F., Elgin, 111.
Schmidt,  Miss  H.,  Elgin,  111.
Schiedel,   Miss   M.,   Cucamonga,   Cal.
Seibel  Mr  and,   Mrs.  L.   L.,   Kansas   City,
Mo.
Shalita, Mr. and Mrs. P., New York City,
N. Y.
Shalita, L., New York City, N.  Y.
Simpson,   Mrs.   E.,   St.   Louis,   Mo.
Smith,  Mrs.  A.  L.,  Westfield,  Mass.
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. E. M., Northampton,
N.   H.
Sommers,  Mrs.  E.,  Juneau,  Alaska.
Spencer,   Miss   E.   M.,   Philadelphia,   Pa.
Spencer, Mr.  and Mrs.  F.,  Victoria,  B.  C.
Spencer,  Miss  G., Victoria,  B.  C.
Starck, Miss A. M., New York City, N. Y.
Stearns,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   H.   B.,   Berkeley,
Cal.
Stewart,  A.  D.,  Rochester, N.  Y.
Stewart, Mrs. A. W., Juneau, Alaska.
Stewart,   Baby   E.   S.,   Juneau,   Alaska.
Strauss, Miss H., Philadelphia, Pa.
Stuart, W.  R., Lakewood, Ohio.
Swenson,   Mrs.   E.   C,   Colorado   Springs,
Col.
 Swenson,   Miss   M.   CM   Colorado   Springs,
Col.
Sylvester, Miss R. M., Brookline, Mass.
Taylor, Mrs.  M.,  St.  Paul,  Minn.
Taylor,  Mr. and Mrs. L.,  Stamford,  Conn.
Thomas, Mrs. J. W. deB, Nashville, Tenn.
Tomkins,  Miss  D.,  Detroit, Mich.
Treyssol,   Chas.,   Brooklyn,   N.   Y.
Urquhart,   Miss   C,   Springfield,   Ohio.
Van  Slyke,  Mrs.  I., Portland,  Ore.
Vergutz,  Mrs.  M.,  Seattle, Wash.
W^ard. Mr.  and Mrs.  F.  T., East  Orange,
N. J.
Ward, I. E., Wilson, W^yo.
Wayland,   R.,   Lead,   S.   D.
Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. A. J., Los Angeles,
Cal.
White,  Mr.  and  Mrs.  E.,  Boise,  Ida.
White,  Miss   E.   L.,  Boise,  Ida,
White,  J.  L., Victoria,  B.  C.
Wilkeson,   Miss   M.   J.,  Carmel,   Cal.
Williams,  A.   B., Vancouver  B.   C.
Wolfe,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   W.   E.,   Pittsburgh,
Pa.
Woods,' Miss H. M., St. Louis,  Mo.
Woods,   P.   H.;   St.   Louis,   Mo.
  OFFICERS
A. H. RIPPON
First  Officer
JAMES  PETTICREW
Chief  Engineer
FRANK J.  GOSLING
Purser
A. KNOTT
Chief   Steward
    Alaska t Yukon
via the "PRINCESS ROUTE"
Enjoy a World of Service
with Canadian Pacific
As unique in service as it is in scope, Canadian Pacific
today offers you the facilities of the world's greatest travel
system—a 72,000-mile network of land, sea and air routes
connecting five continents.
You can enjoy the world's longest Scenic Dome Route when
you speed smoothly across Canada aboard "The Canadian".
You can sail the sheltered St. Lawrence River Route to
Europe . . . cruise tropic waters on new "V'7hite Empress"
luxury liners ... or fly to the Orient, South America, the
South Pacific and Europe on fast, modern airliners. And
you can relax in magnificent metropolitan hotels and
luxury resorts across Canada.
Canadian Pacific brings the future closer, too, with the
modernized and enlarged 1,600-room Royal York Hotel in
Toronto . . . with a fleet of jet-prop 100-passenger
"Britannia" aircraft for its international air routes . . . and
with the construction of a third new and larger streamlined
"White Empress" transatlantic liner.
Enjoy a world of service! Travel today and tomorrow by
Canadian Pacific!
GENERAL INFORMATION
VALUABLES: The Company will not be responsible for money,
jewelry, or other valuables of passengers. Passengers are advised not
to keep such articles in their stateroom, but should hand them, sealed
and marked with the owner's name, to the Purser for deposit in his
safe. Envelopes are provided by the Purser for this purpose. No charge
is made for storage, and the Company undertakes no responsibility for
loss or damage, however arising .
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Princess Louise
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA
VICTORIA-SEATTLE
(SUMMER  ONLY)
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO
VANCOUVER-ALASKA
(SUMMER  ONLY)
The most relaxing way to travel. Modern Coffee Shop and Dining Room... spacious,
quiet comfort in the indoor Observation Lounge. Ample automobile accommodation
... with convenient advance reservations. Frequent sailings . . . direct from downtown to downtown. Radio-telephone equipment for ship to shore calls. For full
information please call or write your nearest Canadian Pacific Agent.
STEAMSHIP
FLEET
Name of
Steamship
Gross
Ton.
Day
Passenger
Capacity
No. of
Beds
No. of
State-
Rooms
Dining
Room
Capacity
Auto
Clearances
Ft.      In.
Auto         111
Capacity      |||
Pr. Marguerite
5911
2000
95
51
180
7        0
50          ■
Pr. Patricia
5911
2000
95
51
180
7        0
50          II
Pr. of Nanaimo
6787
1750
8
4
160
7        9
120*
Pr. of Vancouver
5554
1200
—
—
115
18        0
115
Pr. Louise
4032
1000
239
107
100
7      11
7        ii
Pr. Elaine
2125
1200
9
8
100
9      10
*0
52
'. two decks     g§
 CmadianCtajcific
for
Canadian Holidays
Let Canadian Pacific and its superlative service
take the work out of your vacations. Just buy
your holiday all in one package. Your own
agent or the nearest Canadian Pacific office will
help you plan your holiday whether it's to
Alaska, the Canadian Rockies, the Maritimes, or
overseas. Reservations for sleeping cars, airlines,
steamships and hotels all come in one package.
Enjoy these Canadian attractions
with Canadian Pacific services—
Mountain Holidays—Banff Springs Hotel, Chateau Lake Louise, Emerald Lake Chalet—all in
the Canadian Rockies.
Seaside Resorts—The Empress, Victoria, B.C.;
The Algonquin, St. Andrews by-the-Sea, N.B.;
The Digby Pines, Digby, N.S.
Famous Cities—In the bustling seaport of Vancouver, B.C., the place to stay is the Hotel
Vancouver, and pick Canadian Pacific hotels in
other great cities of Canada. Make The Palliser
your headquarters in "The Stampede City", Calgary, Alta. In Regina, home of the R.C.M.P.,
stay at The Saskatcheivan. And in Winnipeg,
"The Prairie Metropolis", you'll enjoy The
Royal Alexandra. Best choice for a memorable
stay in Toronto, capital of Ontario, is The Royal
York, while the showpiece of Quebec, citadel of
French-speaking Canada, is The Chateau Fron-
tenac. In Kentville, deep in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley, it's a treat to stay at the Corn-
wallis Inn!
 SHIP'S OFFICERS
CAPTAIN HARRY J. MURRAY  :  Master
MR. P. HARRIS  .  1st Officer
MR. W. J. PHILLIPS   Chief Engineer
MR. F. F. CLARKE   2nd Engineer
MR. A. P. WOOLLETT   Purser
MR. S. WICKENS  Chief Steward
MRS. A. S. STEELE  '.  Social Hostess
LIST    OF    PASSENGERS
(S.S. PRINCESS LOUISE)
SAILED  FROM  VANCOUVER,  3.  C.  TO  SKAGWAY, ALASKA
— JUNE 17, 1961 —
Alverson, Mrs. Marie M., Everett, Wash.
Alcorn, Mr. and Mrs. William W., Santa Cruz, Cal.
Barabe, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford M., Sherman Oaks, Cal.
Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan A., Johnson City, N. Y.
Benz, Miss Edna, Northfield, Minn.
Bogh, Mrs. Dorothy, Seattle, Wash.
Borchgrevink,  Miss Esther,  Everett, Wash.
Borchgrevink, Miss Marian, Everett, Wash.
Boulton, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence, Van Nuys, Cal.
Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. William C, Kelowna, B. C.
Braden, Mrs. Lillian N., Evanston, 111.
Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Howard E., Centralia, Wash.
Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Guy, Beaverton, Ore.
Cartledge, Miss Artie M., Honolulu, Hawaii
Cartledge, Miss Cheryl, Santa Anna, Cal.
Casey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert S., Covina, Cal.
Chagnon, Mr. and Mrs. Emile, Nashwood, N. H.
Cliff, Luther, Tacoma, Wash.
Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, Edmonton, Alta.
Cramer, Mr. and Mrs. Harold W., Santa Barbara, Cal.
Daines, Miss Victoria, Hicksville, N. Y.
Danielson, Mrs. Ernestine B., Ft. Greely, Alaska
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A., Mercer Island, Wash.
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin, Centralia, Wash.
Dennison, Mrs. Grace, Calgary, Alta.
Donaldson, Miss  Margaret, Portland,  Ore.
Eaton, Mrs. Margaret J., Seattle, Wash.
Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert, Denver, Colo.
Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson, Springfield, Ohio
Ehrsam, Miss Leona, Louisville, Ky.
Evanson, Mrs. Edith M., Tacoma, Wash.
Fatout, Mr. and Mrs. Paul, West Lafayette, Ind.
Finks, Mrs. Jack E„ San Antonio, Texas
Flavin, Mrs. Robina, Framingham, Mass.
Fleming, Miss Ethel, Toronto, Ont.
Flexer, Dr. and Mrs. Howard N., Grand Beach, Mich.
<yu. yi
 Fouts, Mrs. Mary, Long Beach, Cal.
Fuhr, Miss Borghild, Everett, Wash.
Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Robert R., Dallas, Texas
Gillies, Miss A. Roberta, Toronto, Ont.
Glasen, Mrs. Marie A., Chicago, 111.
Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer L., Norfolk, Va.
Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred L., Prescott, Ariz.
Green, Mrs. Blanche, Vancouver, Wash.
Green, Mrs. Mary E., Vancouver, Wash.
Gyles, Mrs. Lola, Columbia, So. Car.
Hamilton, James, Swan River, Man.
Haradon, Mrs. Delia, Portland, Ore.
Hayes, Mrs. Minnie L., Denver, Colo.
Henry, Mrs. Kathryn, La Mesa, Cal.
Herzog, Mr. and Mrs. Albert, Los Angeles, Cal.
Hews, Mr. and Mrs. Haydon L., Riverside, Cal.
Highfill, Mrs. Vivian, Panorama City, Cal.
Hoff, Mr. and Mrs. Louis G., Guadalatara, Mexico
Holt, Mrs. Vera, Portland, Ore.
Hook, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde, Tacoma, Wash.
Hook, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent, Tacoma, Wash.
Hubert, Dr. and Mrs. Robert W., Los Angeles, Cal.
Hughes, Miss Margaret C, Tacoma, Wash.
Jerue, Mrs. Anna G., Hudsonville, Mich.
Johnson,  Stacey, Brandon, Man.
Johnson, Miss Yerda, Chicago, 111.
Kelly, Dr. and Mrs. Bruce, Colebrook, N. H.
Kielman, Mrs. Elsie A., Teaneck, N. J.
Kohlmeier, Miss Carolyn M., Woodside, N. Y.
Kuckuck, Miss Gertrude, Tomah, Wise.
Kuckuck, Miss Irene, Tomah, Wise.
Leaf, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace, Beaverton, Ore.
Leaf, Miss Linaya,. Beaverton, Ore.
Leaf, Miss Linda, Beaverton, Ore.
Leeper, Miss Marguerite L., Spokane, Wash.
Livingston, Clarence, Portland, Ore.
Lovelady, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H., Long Beach, Cal.
Loveland, Mr. and Mrs. Harold C, Riverside, Cal.
Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. James F. Jr., Portland, Ore.
McBride, Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Beaverton, Ore.
McMasters, Miss Maureen A., North Ryde, Australia
Matthis, Mrs. May, Santa Cruz, Cal.
Mazier, Miss Mary, North Surrey, B. C.
Meacham, Mrs. Mary, Everett, Wash.
Menzies, Miss Isabelle, Vancouver, B. C.
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. James, Vancouver, Wash.
Mitchell, Mrs. Katerina, Kent, Wash.
Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Morris, John A., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Moseley, Mrs. R. Fern, Olympia, Wash.
Moshier, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph, Johnson City, N. Y.
Mowatt, Mrs. Joseph A., Montreal, P. Q.
Mowatt, Mrs. Andrew J., Royal Roads, B. C.
Mumper, Dr. and Mrs. Earl O., Loudonville, Ohio
Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin F., Eugene, Ore.
Nash, Mr .and Mrs. Horace H, Beaverton, Ore.
Nash, Miss Judy L., Beaverton, Ore.
 Nash, Master Thomas A., Beaverton, Ore.
Newmeyer, Mrs. Viola, North Hollywood, Cal.
Noice, Miss Ida, Minden, Ont.
Orcutt, Mr. and Mrs. John, Santa Paula, Cal.
Orcutt, Miss Mary Alice, Santa Paula, Cal.
Parkinson, Mrs. Ida S., Newtonville, Mass.
Pearlstein, Mr. and Mrs. Irving, Great Neck, N. Y.
Petursson, Mrs. Cora, Burnaby, B. C.
Peterson, Mrs. Bertha, Everett,. Wash..
Peterson, Miss Sara, Everett, Wash.
Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. John W, Nogales, Ariz.
Pickle, Miss Sandra, Austin, Texas
Plan, Mrs. Martha, Santa Cruz, Cal.
Polhemus, Rev. and Mrs. Oscar M., Weirs Beach, N. H.
Pratt, Miss Madelyn, Portland, Ore.
Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph K, Portland, Ore.
Rees, Mr .and Mrs. Howell T., Scott City, Kansas
Schneringer, Mrs. Gladys, Whittier, Cal.
Sharp, Arthur, Moose Jaw, Sask.
Siegwarth, Mrs. Cora, Chehalis, Wash.
Soper, Miss Ethel, Vancouver, B. C.
Stanchfield, Mrs. Esther A., Spokane, Wash.
Stehlik, Mr. and Mrs. Milton, Van Nuys, Cal.
Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Harry B., Montgomery, Ala.
Stickney, Miss Frances, Providence, R. I.
Suttell, Mr. and Mrs. Allyn K, Providence, R. I.
Suttell, Master Paul, Providence, R. I.
Stout, Milo, Lodi, Ohio
Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F., Hays, Kans.
Sweet, Judge and Mrs. Ernest V., Areata, Cal.
Tait, Miss Sandra J., Richmond, B. C.
Talbott, Mrs. Lenore, Albany, Ore.
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. John R., Greensboro, N. C.
Taylor, John R. Jr., Greensboro, N. C.
Taylor, Richard T., Greensboro, N. C.
Taylor, Miss Alice R., Greensboro, N. C.
Taylor, Master David L., Greensboro, N. C.
fTaylor, Master Reid S., Greensboro, N. C.
Thai, Mrs. Ruth, Seattle, Wash.
Tilden, Mrs. Blanche, Prescott, Ariz.
Traher, Mr. and Mrs. Russel, Tucson, Ariz.
Traher, Mrs. Geraldine, Tucson, Ariz.
Traher, Miss Jacqueline, Tucson, Ariz.
Traher, Master Russel, Tucson, Ariz.
Traher, Master Micheal, Tucson, Ariz.
Van Gorden, Mr. and Mrs. John H, Endwell, N. Y,
Verzani, Mr. and Mrs. Phil, Ponca, Nebr.
Waltrip, Miss Agnes, Louisville, Ky.
Watt, Mr. and Mrs. William, San Francisco, Cal.
Wear, Dr. and Mrs. John, Palo Alto, Cal.
West, Donald, San Francisco, Cal.
Wester, Mr. and Mrs. Lou, Indio, Cal.
White, Mrs. Ida, Orcas Island, Wash.
Whitten, Miss Bobby A., Fort Greely, Alaska
Wilson, Gary, Glendale, Cal.
Willbarger,  Mr. and Mrs. Alto,  Dallas, Texas
Woods, Dr. and Mrs. Irving M., Altadena, Cal.
 Woods, Master Richard, Altadena,  Cal.
Wynne, Mr. and Mrs. Roy W., Dixon, Cal.
Yandell, Mrs. Marie A., Long Beach, Cal.
EX PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
Kellogg, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde, Kalamazoo, Mich.
Mathis, Hill H., Anchorage, AAA.
— AUTO GRAPHS —
 INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS
Mail received at Prince Rupert or Skagway will be
delivered to your room. Mail received at Vancouver after the ship has sailed will be held at the
Information Bureau, Canadian Pacific Station. If
not called for in 30 days, it will be returned to
sender or the Post Office.
Telegrams addressed care of the ship at scheduled
ports of call will be delivered on board.
Skagway—If you wish to stay on board ship while
in port please leave your name and room number
with the Purser. Lunch will be charged for at
tariff rates.
White Pass and Yukon Route—Purser's Office will
supply information regarding service from Skagway to Bennett, Carcross, Whitehorse and Dawson.
APPROXIMATE DISTANCES
Statute
Miles
Victoria to Vancouver.     83
Vancouver to Prince Rupert  535
Prince Rupert to Ketchikan  105
Ketchikan to Juneau  253
Juneau to Skagway  116
 Al  \
clear, colorful... expansive, exciting
aboard
CANADIAN  PACIFIC
SCENIC   DOME  TRAINS
The sky's the limit through the panoramic glare-proof windows from
the upper level Scenic Dome. Modern as tomorrow, the diesel-drawn
all-stainless-steel Streamliners, The Canadian and The Dominion,
travel swiftly, smoothly on the world's longest Dome route across
Canada. Deluxe dining room and coffee shop . . . relaxing air-conditioned comfort . . . reclining coach seats reserved at no extra cost
— adjustable head rests, full length leg rests . . . choice of ten types
of sleeping accommodation.
VANCOUVER-MONTREAL   •   VANCOUVER-TORONTO
SEE  IT ALL AT  NO  EXTRA  FARE ABOARD
THE ONLY "DOME" ROUTE ACROSS CANADA
 Uniform Regulations
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GOLD £PUPPJ.£
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ENGINEER      ENGINEER     & SANITARY ENGINEER Go<Lt>s»H*rr
GOLD € PUPPL£ GOLD £ Pi/PPL £ GOLD £ PUPPL£
ASST.      FREIGHT       CHIEF 2.N.D
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  PASSENGER       LIST
 Alaska % Yukon
via the "PRINCESS ROUTE"
Enjoy a World of Service
with Canadian Pacific
As unique in service as it is in scope, Canadian Pacific
today offers you the facilities of the world's greatest travel
system—a 72,000-mile network of land, sea and air routes
connecting five continents.
You can enjoy the world's longest Scenic Dome Route when
you speed smoothly across Canada aboard "The Canadian".
You can sail the sheltered St. Lawrence River Route to
Europe . . . cruise tropic waters on new "Y7hite Empress"
luxury liners ... or fly to the Orient, South America, the
South Pacific and Europe on fast, modern airliners. And
you can relax in magnificent metropolitan hotels and
luxury resorts across Canada.
Canadian Pacific brings the future closer, too, with the
modernized and enlarged 1,600-room Royal York Hotel in
Toronto . . . with a fleet of jet-prop 100-passenger
"Britannia" aircraft for its international air routes . . . and
with the construction of a third new and larger streamlined
"White Empress" transatlantic liner.
Enjoy a world of service! Travel today and tomorrow by
Canadian Pacific!
GENERAL INFORMATION
VALUABLES: The Company will not be responsible for money,
jewelry, or other valuables of passengers. Passengers are advised not
to keep such articles in their stateroom, but should hand them, sealed
and marked with the owner's name, to the Purser for deposit in his
safe. Envelopes are provided by the Purser for this purpose. No charge
is made for storage, and the Company undertakes no responsibility for
losj or damage, however arising .
 if fro
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA
VICTORIA-SEATTLE
(SUMMER  ONLY)
VANC0UVER-NANA1M0
VANCOUVER-ALASKA
(SUMMER  ONLY)
The most relaxing way to travel. Modern Coffee Shop and Dining Room... spacious,
quiet comfort in the indoor Observation Lounge. Ample automobile accommodation
... with convenient advance reservations. Frequent sailings . . . direct from downtown to downtown. Radio-telephone equipment for ship to shore calls. For full
■ information please call or write your nearest Canadian Pacific Agent.
■
STEAMSHIP
FLEET
Name of
III          Steamship
Gross
Ton.
Day
Passenger
Capacity
No. of
Beds
No. of
Stale-
Rooms
Dining
Room
Capacity
Auto
Clear.
ances
Ft.      In.
Auto         M
Capacity      ||||
oil
Pr. Marguerite
5911
2000
95
51
180
7        0
50        g
3
Pr. Patricia
5911
2000
95
51
180
7        0
50        ■
Pr. of Nanaimo
6787
1750
8
4
160
7        9
120*       ■
i
i
Pr. of Vancouver
5554
1200
—
—
115
18        0
115
Pr. Louise
4032
1000
239
107
100
7      11
7
Pr. Elaine
2125
1200
9
8
100
9       10
52
8
A:
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i two decks     |||
S,oA^uxAy
 CMtcu^ct/iCf&cMc
for
Canadian Holidays
Let Canadian Pacific and its superlative service
take the work out of your vacations. Just buy
your holiday all in one package. Your own
agent or the nearest Canadian Pacific office will
help you plan your holiday whether it's to
Alaska, the Canadian Rockies, the Maritimes, or
overseas. Reservations for sleeping cars, airlines,
steamships and hotels all come in one package.
Enfoy those Canadian attractions
with Canadian Pacific services—
Mountain Holidays—Banff Springs Hotel, Chateau Lake Louise, Emerald Lake Chalet—all in
the Canadian Rockies.
Seaside Resorts—The Empress, Victoria, B.C.;
The Algonquin, St. Andrews by-the-Sea, N.B.;
The Digby Pines, Digby, N.S.
Famous Cities—In the bustling seaport of Vancouver, B.C., the place to stay is the Hotel
Vancouver, and pick Canadian Pacific hotels in
other great cities of Canada. Make The Palliser
your headquarters in "The Stampede City", Calgary, Alta. In Regina, home of the R.C.M.P.,
stay at The Saskatchewan. And in Winnipeg,
"The Prairie Metropolis", you'll enjoy The
Royal Alexandra. Best choice for a memorable
stay in Toronto, capital of Ontario, is The Royal
York, while the showpiece of Quebec, citadel of
French-speaking Canada, is The Chateau Fron-
tenac. In Kentville, deep in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley, it's a treat to stay at the Corn-
wallis Inn!
^w^N/N^^S/S/S/S^VN/S/S/VS/S/S/VS/VS/^/N/S/S/S^S/S/N/N^Ni/VVS/S/S^^
 SHIP'S OFFICERS
CAPTAIN HARRY J. MURRAY   Master
MR. P. HARRIS    1st Officer
MR. W. J. PHILLIPS   Chief Engineer
MR. F. F. CLARKE   2nd Engineer
MR. A. P. WOOLLETT   Purser
MR. S. WICKENS   Chief Steward
MRS. A. S. STEELE   Social Hostess
LIST    OF    PASSENGERS
(S.S. PRINCESS LOUISE)
SAILED  FROM  VANCOUVER,  B.  C.  TO  SKAGWAY,  ALASKA
— JUNE 6, 1961 —
Alexander, Rev. and Mrs. P. Harold, Clovis, Cal.
Alexander, Miss Marilyn, Clovis, Cal.
Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl E., Glendale, Cal.
Anderson, Mrs. Shirley, Camino, Cal.
Anderson, Mrs. Svea, Victoria, B. C.
Arbogast, Mrs. Jeanne, Mercer Island, Wash.
Arbuckle, Dr. Jon W., Vancouver ,B. C.
Atherton, Dr. Eugene, Washington, D. C.
Barnet, Mrs. Elizabeth, Seattle, Wash.
Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Willamina, Ore.
Beck, Mr. and Mrs. John, E., Emporia, Kansas
Berger, Miss Katherine, Van Nuys, Cal.
Bethel, R. Glenn, St. Louis, Mo.
Bever, Mrs. Denzel, Centralia, Wash.
Boehm, Mrs. Ida, Moose Jaw, Sask.
Brown, Michael, Moab, Utah
Burton, Mrs. Eloise S., Brainard, Nebr.
Cattley, Mr. and Mrs. George H., Canby, Ore.
Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril J., Toledo, Ohio'
Clymer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E., Portland, Ore.
Cochran, Albert R., St. Louis, Mo.
Coffin, Leroy, Los Angeles, Cal.
Colquhoun, Miss Lillias W., Victoria, B. C.
Coufal, Mrs. Clara, Brainard, Nebr.
Cross, Miss Jessie, Toronto, Ont.
Dabulis, Benjamin, Anaheim, Cal.
Dineley, Mr. and Mrs. Richard L., Redwood City, Cal.
Dodson, Mrs. May,  Glendale,  Cal.
Doyle, Joseph L., Redwood City, Cal.
DuBois, Mrs. Florence, Tucson, Arizona
Edmiston, Mrs. Helen E., Yucaipa, Cal.
Eisley, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H, Northumberland, Pa.
Enoch, Mrs. Albertine, Detroit, Mich.
Farley, Mrs. Lena, Albion, Mich.
Farncombe, Mr. and Mrs. Norris, North Vancouver, B. C.
Farwell, Mrs. Wanda, Burle, Idaho
Fickett, Rev. and Mrs. Harold L. Jr., Van, Nuys, Cal.
Fiederlein, Miss Wilhelmina, San Francisco, Cal.
Fiederlein, Mrs. Wilhelmina, San Francisco, Cal.
Foster, Prof, and Mrs. Charles R., Gainesville, Fla.
 Gaines, Miss Jane, South Haven, Mich.
Gass, Mrs. Jennette, Birmingham, Mich.
Gault, Frank E., Vista, Cal.
Gault, Mrs. Anna M., Englewood, Cal.
Glassberg, Miss Ruth, Everett, Wash.
Goforth, Miss Margie, Napa, Cal.
Gonser, Mrs. Margaret E., Sumas, Wash.
Goudy, Mr. and Mrs. Francis N., Glendale, Cal.
Graham, Mrs. Nan, Huntington Park, Cal.
Grandstaff, Mr. and Mrs. James O., Kensington, Md.
Gray, Mrs. Lillian, Hayward, Cal.
Gustafson, Rev. and Mrs. John M., Granada Hills, Cal.
Gustafson, Mrs. Mildred, Inglewood, Cal.
Hamlin, Mrs. Germaine, Menlo Park, Cal.
Hamlin, Master Paul, Menlo Park, Cal.
Hamlin, Miss Louise, Menlo; Park, Cal.
Hansen, Rev. and Mrs. John H., Springfield, 111.
Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. William, Edmonton, Alta.
Hellberg, Mrs. Emilia, San Jose, Cal.
Hettle, Miss Dora I., Los Angeles, Cal.
Hickman, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A., Los Angeles, Cal.
Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene D., Montrose, Cal.
Hoff, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin N., Portland, Ore.
Horton, Mrs. Ethel M., Wyandotte, Mich.
Jardine, Mr. and Mrs. George, Vancouver, B. C.
Johnson, Mrs. Marie E., Wickenburg, Ariz.
Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. N. John, Fullerton, Cal.
Jones, Miss Frances, Yuba City, Cal.
Joyner, Mr. and Mrs. Howard P., Exeter, Cal.
Joyner, Mrs. Anna, Exeter, Cal.
Judson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack, San Antonia, Texas
Jure, Mrs. Elizabeth, Victoria, B. C.
Kaye, Mr. and Mrs. Edward, Petts Wood, Eng.
Kurtz, Miss Mildred, Lincoln, 111.
Kyle, Mr. and Mrs. John A., Edmonton, Alta.
Lambert, Miss Joyce, Cliffwood Beach, N. J.
Larson, Mrs. Naomi, La Habra, Cal.
Legg, Mrs. Margaret, Vancouver, B. C.
Leu, Julius G., Havertown, Pa.
Lissner, Mrs. Adele, Los Angeles, Cal.
Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Harry B., Wapato, Wash.
Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur, Wapato, Wash.
Logan, Master Terry D., Wapato, Wash.
Logan, Miss Jane C., Wapato, Wash.
Lound, Mr. and Mrs. Roy H, Madison, Wis.
Macom, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, Madison, N. J.
MacPherson, Mr. and Mrs. Donald, Palm Springs, Cal.
Mains, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond, Hinsdale, 111.
Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Harold M., Eureka, Cal.
Martin, Mrs. Florence, New Holland, 111.
Martin, Rev. James T., Glendale, Cal.
Maynard, Mrs. Blendena, Moab, Utah
Mazzini, Mrs. Felicia, Los Angeles, Cal.
McKellar, Ian C, Dundein, N. Z.
Meyer, Mrs. Adeline, Toronto, Ont.
Millard, Mrs. Eleanor, Vancouver, B. C.
Miller, Miss Eda R., San Diego, Cal.
 Mitchell, Mrs. Mildred, Glendale, Cal. '    '
Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W, Yucaipa, Cal.
Morrison, Mrs. Josie, Altadina, Cal.
Nadow, Mr. and Mrs. Albert L., Northridge, Cal.
Nease, Mrs. Katherine, Ontario, Cal.
Nelson, Mrs. Edith, Fort Dodge, Iowa
Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. William J., Pensacola, Fla.
Ormsby, Miss Anne, London, Eng.
Orr, Dr. and Mrs. William W., Temple City, Cal.
Peery, Mrs. Vannie K., Los Angeles, Cal.
Phillips, Mrs. Velma G., Van Nuys, Cal.    .
Phipps, Mr. and Mrs. Frank W., Seattle, Wn.
Pierson, Mrs. Beverly, Moab, Utah
Pillinger, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert H., Elgin, 111.,
Pillinger, Master Terry, Elgin, 111.
Pillinger, Master Thomas C, Elgin, 111.
Pitney, Miss Elizabeth L., Old Bridge, N. J.
Porter, Mr. and Mrs. H. Vernon, Los Angeles, Cal.
Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack C, Waco, Texas
Raffaelli, William, Chicago, 111.
Repik, Mrs. Sue, Seattle, Wash.
Robinson, Rev. and Mrs. Harold, San Mateo, Cal.
Saam, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick, St. Petersburgh, Fla.
Sammann, Edmund, Bothell, Wash.
Samson, Miss Ann, Seattle, Wash.
Sandquist, Miss Viola, San Francisco, Cal.
Schiefer, Mr. and Mrs. George, Van Nuys, Cal.
Schoof, Mr. and Mrs. Carl G., Redwood City, Cal.
Schrode, Jacob P., Wilkes Barre, Pa.
Showell-Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Eric N., Bridport, England
Simard, Mr. and Mrs. Duwayne J., Buena Park, Cal.
Sirola, Mrs. Anna S., Long Beach, Cal.
Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. John A., Denver, Colo.
Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. John B., Pasadena, Texas
Spezia, Mr. and Mrs. Attore J., Vallejo, Cal.
Smith, Mrs. Clara, Victoria, B. C.
Smith, C. Blair, Upper Darby, Pa.
Strange, Mrs. Mary L., Riverside, Cal.
Steele, Mrs. Gertrude, Sumas, Wash.
Sternberg, Mrs. Gertrude, Meriden, Conn.
Stock, Miss Olga C, Woodstock, Ont.
Stormfels, Miss Marguerite, Everett, Wash.
Stubbs, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh, Victoria, B. C.
Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter, Sumas, Wash.
Tapley, Mrs. Louise, New York, N. Y.
Thomas, Mrs. Carolyn H., Los Angeles, Cal.
Thompson, Mrs. Freida, Pasadena, Cal.
Thompson, Mrs. Mabel W., Newhall, Cal.
Thornton, Mrs. Anne, Portland, Ore.
Tower, Mrs. Marjorie C. Meriden, Conn.
Tushingham, Miss Ethel, Midland, Ont.
Tushingham, Mrs. Lottie E,, Midland, Ont.
Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. Romeo, Arbuckle, Cal.
Wagner, Miss Edna, Glendale, Cal.
Wail, Mr. and Mrs. George, Los Angeles, Cal.
Waring, Mrs. Frances H, Byron, Ont.
Warner, Mrs. Florence H., San Gabriel, Cal.
 Warnock, Mrs. Joan M., Victoria, B. C.
Warnock, Miss Geraldine,  Victoria, B. C.
Wharton, Thomas W., North Vancouver, B. C.
Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L., Los Angeles, Cal.
White, Mr. and Mrs. George M., Yorba Linda, Cal.
Wicklund, Miss Adelia I., San Francisco, Cal.
EX PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
Levin, Max, Washington, D. C.
Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond, Portland, Ore.
Morris, Master Gregory, Portland, Ore.
Morris,  Baby  Charlene, Portland,  Ore.
Morris, Baby Dianna, Portland, Ore.
— AUT O GRAPHS —
 INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS
Mail received at Prince Rupert or Skagway will be
delivered to your room. Mail received at Vancouver after the ship has sailed will be held at the
Information Bureau, Canadian Pacific Station. If
not called for in 30 days, it will be returned to
sender or the Post Office.
Telegrams addressed care of the ship at scheduled
ports of call will be delivered on board.
Skagway—If you wish to stay on board ship while
in port please leave your name and room number
with the Purser. Lunch will be charged for at
tariff rates.
White Pass and Yukon Route—Purser's Office will
supply information regarding service from Skagway to Bennett, Carcross, Whitehorse and Dawson.
APPROXIMATE DISTANCES
Statute
Miles
Victoria to Vancouver     83
Vancouver to Prince Rupert  535
Prince Rupert to Ketchikan  105
Ketchikan to Juneau  253
Juneau to Skagway  116
 clear, colorful... expansive, exciting
aboard
CANADIAN  PACIFIC
SCENIC  DOME  TRAINS
The sky's the limit through the panoramic glare-proof windows from
the upper level Scenic Dome. Modern as tomorrow, the diesel-drawn
all-stainless-steel Streamliners, The Canadian and The Dominion,
travel swiftly, smoothly on the world's longest Dome route across
Canada. Deluxe dining room and coffee shop . . . relaxing air-conditioned comfort . . . reclining coach seats reserved at no extra cost
— adjustable head rests, full length leg rests . . . choice of ten types
of sleeping accommodation.
VANCOUVER-MONTREAL  •   VANCOUVER-TORONTO
SEE IT ALU AT NO EXTRA FARE ABOARD
Ca/iadumGwciUc
THE ONLY "DOME" ROUTE ACROSS CANADA
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"PRINCESS MARGUERITE"
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
"PRINCESS LOUISE"
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER"
"PRINCESS ELAINE"
"PRINCESS OF NANAIMO"
 VANCOUVER-NANAIMO
VICTORIA-SEATTLE      VANCOUVER-ALASKA
(SUMMER   ONLY)
(SUMMER   ONLY)
The most relaxing way to travel. Modern Coffee Shop and Dining Room ... spacious,
quiet comfort in the indoor Observation Lounge. Ample automobile accommodation
... with convenient advance reservations. Frequent sailings . . . direct from downtown to downtown. Radio-telephone equipment for ship to shore calls. For full
information please call or write your nearest Canadian Pacific Agent.
STEAMSHIP
FLEET
Name of
III           Steamship
Gross
Ton.
Day
Passenger
Capacity
No. of
Beds
No. of
Stale-
Rooms
Dining
Room
Capacity
Auto
Clearances
Ft.      In.
Auto         III
Capacity      |||
Pr. Marguerite
5911
2000
95
53
180
7        0
50        ■
Pr. Patricia
5911
2000
95
53
180
7        0
50
B       Pr. of Nanaimo
6787
1750
8
5
160
7        9
120*       ■
Pr. of Vancouver
5554
1200
—
1
115
18        0
115
Pr. Louise
4032
1000
239
107
100
7      11
7
Pr. Elaine
2125
1200
9
8
100
9      10
■*o
52        |
 1
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S. S. "Princess Louise"
SUMMER CRUISE TO ALASKA
■£XX^
9^ >i
 Canadian Schenley O.F.C.
Seagram's Crown Royal —
Seagram's V.O 	
Spirits
CANADIAN WHISKEY
Walker's Canadian Club
1 oz.
.60
.75
.60
.60
Black & White
Dewar's Special
Vat 69 	
Walker's Black Label
SCOTCH WHISKEY
.60
.60
.60
.65
Canadian Bourbon .
BOURBON WHISKEY
.60
Hennessy 3 Star
Monnet 	
BRANDY
.80
.70
Gordon's Imported
GIN
.55
RUM
Gilbey's Governor General (Demarara)
Lemon  Hart 	
Melcher's Ron Cabana
.55
.55
.55
VODKA
Canadian Vodka
.55
Ginger Ale, Tonic Water, Coca Cola,  7-Up or Soda Water, served
with the above  1 0# additional.
 LIQUEURS
1 oz.
Curasao Ex. Sec. Meagher   .55
Benedictine, D.O.M.   .80
Cointreau    .70
Drambuie   .80
Creme de Cacao, Bols   .55
Creme de Menthe, Bols   .55
Wi
ines
Glass
3 oz.
Emu 999  Port   .45
Harvey's Hunting  Port   .85
L.C.B. Old Sherry   .60
Harvey's Shooting Sherry   .75
^Beer, Ale and Stout
Guinness Stout (nips)   .55
Loca I Beer   .45
Local Ale   .50
McEwan's Pale Ale  .70
B.C. Sparkling Cider  .60
FRUIT JUICES
Glass
Tomato  ,  . 3 0
Grapefruit  .30
 MINERAL WATER
Ginger Ale, Splits	
Ginger Ale,  Pints 	
Quinnac  Tonic  Water-
Coca Cola 	
Seven Up 	
.15
.25
.15
.15
.15
Club Soda, Splits
Club Soda,  Pints
SODAS
.15
.25
Potato Chips
Peanuts	
Cheese Straws
Package
... .10
... .10
__.       .10
The above prices include  B.C.  Provincial  Sales Tax.
The "Government Liquor Act" does not permit us to sell liquor for consumption
outside this  lounge.  You  are  respectfully requested not to ask the Steward  for
this service.
PLEASE    PAY    WHEN    SERVED
1020-5-61   PRINTED IN CANADA
 clear, colorful... expansive, exciting
aboard
CANADIAN  PACIFIC
SCENIC   DOME  TRAINS
The sky's the limit through the panoramic glare-proof windows from
the upper level Scenic Dome. Modern as tomorrow, the dicsel-drawn
all-stainless-steel Streamliners, The Canadian and The Dominion,
travel swiftly, smoothly on the world's longest Dome route across
Canada. Deluxe dining room and coffee shop . . . relaxing air-conditioned comfort . . . reclining coach seats reserved at no extra cost
— adjustable head rests, full length leg rests . . . choice of ten types
of sleeping accommodation.
VANCOUVER-MONTREAL   •   VANCOUVER-TORONTO
SEE IT ALL AT NO EXTRA FARE ABOARD
THE ONLY "DOME" ROUTE ACROSS CANADA
 ,
'PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER'
Built 1955, the Princess of Vancouver makes
three round trips daily between Vancouver and
Nanaimo. Luxuriously appointed, with an attractive coffee shop and refreshment lounge, this
ship has accommodation for 1200 passengers.
The large vehicle deck has space for 28 freight
cars or 115 automobiles and trucks. Specially
built piers at both terminals provide for rapid
loading and unloading.
\)
&
 PASSENGER       LIST
 Alaska xd Yukon
via the "PRINCESS  ROUTE"
Canadian Pacific Service
The high standard of service for which Canadian Pacific
Steamships, trains, hotels, aircraft, telegraphs and express are
noted is the result of hard-won experience.
History of the world's largest transportation system began
with the building of the first transcontinental railway in North
America. Added, almost automatically, in the years that followed,
steamship services across the Atlantic and the Pacific, telegraph
and express systems, and more recently, aircraft, rounded the
Canadian Pacific into a complete transportation company.
A natural corollary in keeping with the unspoken policy of
service to the passenger was the building of hotels, year-round
as well as summer resorts. Today, holiday shoppers can buy a
vacation all in one package. Your own agent or the nearest
Canadian Pacific office will help you plan your holiday whether
it be to Alaska, the Canadian Rockies, Central Canada, "Down
East" in Canada's Maritime Provinces or overseas. Reservations
for everything—sleeping-car, hotels, steamships—all come in the
one package.
GENERAL INFORMATION
VALUABLES: The Company will not be responsible for money,
jewelry, or other valuables of passengers. Passengers are advised
not to keep such articles in their stateroom, but should hand
them, sealed and marked with the owner's name, to the Purser
for deposit in his safe. Envelopes are provided by the Purser for
this purpose. No charge is made for storage, and the Company
undertakes no responsibility for loss or damage, however arising.
 if
no
INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS
fe
Mail received at Prince Rupert or Skagway will be
delivered to your room. Mail received at Vancouver after the ship has sailed will be held at the
Information Bureau, Canadian Pacific Station. If
not called for in 30 days, it will be returned to
sender or the Post Office.
Telegrams addressed care of the ship at scheduled
ports of call will be delivered on board.
Skagway—If you wish to stay on board ship while
in port please leave your name and room number
with the Purser. Lunch will be charged for at
tariff rates.
White Pass and Yukon Route—Purser's Office will
supply information regarding service from Skagway to Bennett, Carcross, Whitehorse and Dawson.
APPROXIMATE DISTANCES
Statute
Miles
Victoria to Vancouver     83
Vancouver to Prince Rupert  535
Prince Rupert to Ketchikan  105
Ketchikan to Juneau  253
Juneau to Skagway  116
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WHAT FUN! . sight-seeing from coaches or
SX^f -£mC- Domes aboard "The Canadian"
_ T¥, D,ommion". What comfort! ... from
A°^rw^ be?^_ *? deluxe Drawing Rooms.
^fh^tv °Sp^tyk- * taa*y snacks and meal_
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dC^n^ Make your next WP «» exciting Scenic Dome experience ... go Canadian
Pacific ... at no extra fare! ^^
 SHIP'S OFFICERS
H.   J.   MURRAY     _. _    Master
C. W. HULBERT  1st Officer
W. J. PHILLIPS    Chief Engineer
F. J.   CLARKE  2nd Engineer
A.   P.   WOOLLETT        Purser
S.  WICKENS     Chief   Steward
MRS.  A. S.  STEELE       Hostess
LIST    OF    PASSENGERS
SAILED   FROM  VANCOUVER,  B.  C.  TO  SKAGWAY,  ALASKA, JUNE  1,  1960
(S.S. PRINCESS LOUISE)
Aamot, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund, Fergus Falls, Minn.
Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Okeley, Shelton, Wash.
Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H., Downey, Cal.
Anderson, Mr. & Mrs. Lester J., Rio Vista, Cal.
Anderson, Mr. & Mrs. Loran, South Pasadena, Cal.
Andrews, Mr. & Mrs. Percy, Edmonton, Alta.
Baldwin, Mr. & Mrs. Jack R., Seattle, Wn.
Barnard, Arthur, Fresno, Cal.
Beaton, Miss Janet E., Vancouver, B. C.
Bisig, Joseph F., Monteca, Cal.
Blankenship, Miss Melva, Kansas City, Mo.
Bonkowski, Miss Mary, Winnipeg, Man.
Bowels, Mr. & Mrs. Walter S., Ath^rton, Cal.
Brando, Pasquale, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Bromen, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur L., Minneapolis, Minn.
Brookmyer, Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd, Los Angeles, Cal.
Brown, Charles E., Toppenish, Wn.
Brown, Irving, Salem, Ore.
Campbell, John, London, Ont.
Campbell, Miss Maria J., London, Ont.
Carter, Mrs. Clara M., Kansas City, Kan.
Clark, Mrs. Hcrmia E., Wallace, Idaho
Clark, Mrs. Mabel A., Kansas City, Kan.
Colapijetro, Nicholas, San Francisco, Cal.
Crosby, Mr. & Mrs. Garth M., Wallace, Idaho
Crosby, Ben C, Wallace, Idaho
Crosby, Master Thomas G., Wallace, Idaho
Culver, Mr. & Mrs. Glenn J., Mission, Kans.
Cummings, Miss Jacqueline, Vancouver, B. C.
Curnutt,  Miss Mary, Manhattan Beach, Cal.
Disnev, Mr. & Mrs. Bert, Woodland, Cal.
Elliott, Mrs. Edith M., Calgary, Alta.
Elworthy, Mr. & Mrs. Herbert J., Danville, Cal.
Evans, Miss  Dorothy, Calgary, Alta.
Felsenthal, Mr. & Mrs. Harry D., Fillmore, Cal.
Ferguson, Mrs. Daisy, Durban, South Africa
Freitag, Mr.  & Mrs. Kai, Woodside, Cal.
Gault, Mrs. Mayme K., Skagway, Alaska
Gay, Miss Louise, West Los Angeles, Cal.
 Gillespie,  Mr. & Mrs. William, Richey, Montana
Gregerson, Eskild C, Palo Alto, Cal.
Grotheer, Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd, Suisun, Cal.
Haight, Mr. & Mrs. Roy A., Lafayette, Cal.
Hapgood, Mr. &  Mrs. Frank A., Palo Alto, Cal.
Harris, Mr. & Mrs. Loreman P. Sr., Torrance, Cal.
Hill, Mrs. Amber L., Kansas City, Kan.
Hoffman, Mr. & Mrs.  Charles, North Hollywood, Cal.
Hornberger, Mr. & Mrs. Walter L., Sutter Creek, Cal.
Howie, Mr. & Mrs. Arch P., San  Francisco, Cal.
Hulton, Keith W., Vancouver, B.  C.
Humphrey, Miss Alice, Los Angeles,  Cal
Innes, Mr. & Mrs. Paul D., Chowchilla,  Cal.
Jaques, Albert. Calgary, Alta.
Johnson, Miss Joan N., Hollywood, Cal.
Joseph, Mr. & Mrs. Edward J., San Francisco, Cal.
Judah, Mr. & Mrs.  Gelston, Burlingame, Cal.
Keyes, Miss Carol L., San Francisco, Cal.
Kindle, Edward. Ottawa, Ont.
Laffoon, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond I., Visalia, Cal.
Lampert, Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J., Portland, Ore.
Leary, Mr & Mrs. Frank J. Sr., La Mesa, Cal.
Lebow, Mr. & Mrs. Ray T., Salina, Kan.
Lewarne, Mr. & Mrs. Harold E., Toronto,  Ont.
Lockhart, Mrs. Lina M., North Vancouver, B.  C.
Lucassen, Fred J., San  Francisco, Cal.
Magee,  Harris F., No. Vancouver, B.C.
McFadyen, John, Vancouver, B.C.
Milburn, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, Victoria, B.C.
Millar, Mr.  and Mrs. Alan J.,  Whitecourt, Alta.
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie E., San Bruno, Cal.
Miller, Mr and Mrs. Harold E., Victoria, B.C.
Moore, Mrs Ella, La Canada,
Moore, Mr. and Mrs. George A., Hollister, Cal.
Moore, Mr. and Mrs- Willson  C, Honolulu, Hawaii
Morton, Mr. and Mrs.  Gordon, Calgary, Alta
Morris, Ernest J, Ben Lomond, Cal.
Mostoway,  Miss Mary, Winnipeg,  Man.
Mulkey, Mr. and Mrs. John H... Portland, Ore.
Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Eric A., Whitecourt, Alta.
Newton, Mr. and Arthur, Marysville, Wash.
JNTorton, Mr. ond Mrs. Cecil C, Manteca, Cal.
Onurfechuk, Mr. and Mrs. William, Calgary, Alta.
Parker, Alan D., Whittier, Cal.
Poschl, Peter, Deep  Creek, N.S.W.
Pound, Mr. and Mrs. William C, Olympia, Wash.
Probert, Mrs. Mamie, Chowchilla, Cal.
Radovich, Mrs. Helen,  Mooreton, N. D.
Read, Mrs. Edith M., No. Vancouver, B.C.
Rink, Mrs. Minnie,  Riverside, Cal.
Ronmark, Mr. anl Mrs. Arthur B., Nelson, B.C.
Sargent, Mr. and Mrs. Harold L., Kansas City, Kan.
Schofield, Miss Barbara, Hamilton, Ont
Schnauer, Mr   and Mrs. Roy, Chowchilla, Cal.
Selinger, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas A., Sacramento, Cal.
Sharer, Mr.  and Mrs. Ralph,  Santa Maria, Cal.
Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore, Stockton, Cal.
 Simmons, Dwight, Stockton, Cal.
iSmeeton, Mrs. Alice A., Kansas City, Mo.
Smith, Mr. anl Mrs. Elwood H., Carmel Valley, Cal.
Smith,  Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A., Oakland,   Cal.
Smith, Mrs. Violet, Kansas City, Kan.
Stewart, David I., Ogden, Utah
Stewart, Mr. & Mrs. Dean D., Chico Butte, Colo.
Swanson, Mr. & Mrs. Bruce L., Kansas City, Kan.
Travers, Frank  T., Chicago,   111.
Travers, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond, Kansas City,  Mo.
Vandenberg, Mr. & Mrs. Louis, Kansas City, Kan.
Wacker, Mr. & Mrs. William, Sacramento, Cal.
Ward, Mr. & Mrs.  George S., Kansas City, Mo.
Warren, Mr. & Mrs. Albert H., Calgary, Alta.
Warren, Miss Myra E, North Vancouver, B. C.
Webb, Mr. &   Mrs.  Colbey W.,  Atalanta, Ga.
Whittington, Mr. & Mrs.  William E., Chicago, 111
Wills, Mr. & Mrs. John K., Cove Cliff, B. C.
Wilson, Mr. & Mrs. Douglas J., Moose Jaw, Sask.
Winegarden,  Mr. & Mrs.  Howard M., Oakland, Cal.
Woolley, Miss Kathleen G., Loughton, Essex,  England
Zvvierlein, Mr. & Mrs. Casper Jr., San Francisco, Cal.
EX   PRINCE    RUPERT,   B.   C.
Cadwallader, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, Boise,  Idaho
Cadwallader,  Miss  Cathy,  Boise,  Idaho
Cadwallader, Miss Sharon, Boise, Idaho
Cadwallader, Master David, Boise, Idaho
Dibrell, Mr.  & Mrs. Walter C, Ketchikan, AAA
Dixon, Mr. & Mrs. Wilber B., New York, N. Y.
Haugen, Mrs. Olympia B., Vancouver, B. C.
-AUTOGRAPHS-
 -AUTOGRAPHS
 STEAMSHIP FLEET
PRINCESS OP VANCOUVER
PRINCESS  PATRICIA
PRINCESS OF NANAIMO
PRINCESS   MARGUERITE
FAST     .
FREQUENT Service
between ....
VANCOUVER — NANAIMO — 9 Sailings Daily
VANCOUVER - VICTORIA  - 1   Sailing Daily
SEATTLE  —   VICTORIA  - 1 Sailing   Daily
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICES
 for
Canadian Holidays
Let Canadian Pacific and its superlative service
take the work out of your vacations. Just buy
your holiday all in one package. Your own
agent or the nearest Canadian Pacific office will
help you plan your holiday whether it's to
Alaska, the Canadian Rockies, the Maritimes, or
overseas. Reservations for sleeping cars, airlines,
steamships and hotels all come in one package.
Enjoy these Canadian attractions
with Canadian Pacific services—
Mountain Holidays—Banff Springs Hotel, Chateau Lake Louise, Emerald Lake Chalet—all in
the Canadian Rockies.
Seaside Resorts—The Empress, Victoria, B.C.;
The Algonquin, St. Andrews by-the-Sea, N.B.;
The Digby Pines, Digby, N.S.; Lakeside Inn,
Yarmouth, N.S.
Famous Cities—In the bustling seaport of Vancouver, B.C., the place to stay is the Hotel
Vancouver, and pick Canadian Pacific hotels in
other great cities of Canada. Make The Palliser
your headquarters in "The Stampede City", Calgary, Alta. In Regina, home of the R.C.M.P.,
stay at The Saskatchewan. And in Winnipeg,
"The Prairie Metropolis", you'll enjoy The
Royal Alexandra. Best choice for a memorable
stay in Toronto, capital of Ontario, is The Royal
York, while the showpiece of Quebec, citadel of
French-speaking Canada, is The Chateau Fron-
tenac. In Kentville, deep in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley, it's a treat to stay at the Corn-
wallis Inn!
 Uniform Regulations
2N.D OFFICER     3R.D OFFICER        CHIEF
coio coto ENGINEER
GOLD £ Pi/PPL £
2N.° ENGINEER
COLD £ Pt/#PLE
3R.D 4™ JR. ENGINEER, ELECTRICIAN PURSER
ENGINEER       ENGINEER      6 SANITARY EN6INEER 6otoe»„,re
GOLD £ PUPPL£ GOLD £ Pi/PPL £ GOLD £ PUPPL£
ASST.       FREIGHT       CHIEF 2N.D
PURSER       CLERK       STEWARD     STEWARD
WIRELESS
OFFICER
GOID £ Wtt/T£     COL D £ WHX£ COL D
3455-I0M-5O
   .aska "tt Yukon
via the "PRINCESS"  ROUTE
Enjoy a World of Service
with Canadian Pacific
As unique in service as it is in scope, Canadian Pacific today offers
you the facilities of the world's most complete transportation
system — an 8 5,000 mile network of land, sea and air routes
connecting five continents.
You can enjoy the world's longest Scenic Dome Route when you
speed smoothly across Canada aboard "The Canadian". You can
sail the sheltered St. Lawrence River Route to Europe or cruise
tropic waters on new "White Empress" luxury liners. Canadian
Pacific Airlines links five continents with Jet-Prop Britannias
and new DC-8 Rolls-Royce powered Jet Empresses. You can
relax in magnificent metropolitan hotels and luxury resorts across
Canada, including the recently enlarged 1,600 Room Royal York
Hotel in Toronto . . . largest in the British Commonwealth.
Enjoy a world of service! Travel today and tomorrow by Canadian
Pacific.
GENERAL INFORMATION
VALUABLES: The Company will not be responsible for money,
jewelry, or other valuables of passengers. Passengers are advised
not to keep such articles in their stateroom, but should hand
them, sealed and marked with the owner's name, to the Purser
for deposit in his safe. Envelopes are provided by the Purser for
this purpose. No charge is made for storage, and the Company
undertakes no responsibility for loss or damage, however arising.
 VANCOUVER-NANAIMO
VICTORIA-SEATTLE      VANCOUVER-ALASKA
(SUMMER  ONLY)
(SUMMER  ONLY)
The most relaxing way to travel. Modern Coffee Shop and Dining Room ... spacious,
quiet comfort in the indoor Observation Lounge. Ample automobile accommodation
... with convenient advance reservations. Frequent sailings . . . direct from downtown to downtown. Radio-telephone equipment for ship to shore calls. For full
information please call or write your nearest Canadian Pacific Agent.
STEAMSHIP
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FLEET
'
.
Name of
Steamship
Gross
Ton.
Day
Passenger
Capacity
No. of
Beds
No. of
Stale-
Rooms
Dining
Room
Capacity
Auto
Clearances
Ft.      In.
Auto
Capacity
Pr. Marguerite
5911
2000
95
51
180
7        0
50        j
Pr. Patricia
5911
2000
95
51
180
7        0
50
1
Pr. of Nanaimo
6787
1750
8
4
160
7        9
120*       j
Pr. of Vancouver
5554
1200
—
—
115
18       0
115
Pr. Louise
4032
1000
239
107
100
7      11
7        1
I
On two decks \
 After Alaska — the Rockies
See them in all their glory aboard —
CANADIAN    PACIFIC
SCENIC    DOME    TRAINS
when you go back East by Canadian Pacific
. . .   the only "Dome" route across Canada.
Let your holidays carry on. Reserve now via Canadian
Pacific for your return East. See the mighty panorama
of the Canadian Rockies — no extra fare for "Dome"
service. Stopover if you wish, at Banff Springs Hotel or
Chateau Lake Louise in the Canadian Rockies. Ask the
Purser on this ship for full information.
WHEREVER YOU GO IN CANADA, YOU'LL
FIND   SUPERB  ACCOMMODATION  &  SERVICE
at
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    HOTELS
Victoria     The  Empress
Vancouver      The  Hotel  Vancouver*
Lake  Louise      Chateau Lake  Louisef
Banff       Banff   Springs   Hotelf
Calgary      The  Hotel  Palliser
Regina       The   Hotel   Saskatchewan
Winnipeg   The Royal Alexandra
Toronto   The  Royal  York
Quebec    The Chateau Frontenac
Kentville   The Cornwallis Inn
Digby    The   Digby  Pines  Hotelf
St.   Andrews-by-the-Sea     The  Algonquin   Hotelf
*The Hotel Vancouver is operated by the Vancouver
Hotel Company on behalf of the Canadian Pacific
and   Canadian   National   Railway   Companies.
fHotels marked thusly are open during the Summer
Season only.
Reservations at any of the above hotels can
be made through your Travel Agent or Any
Canadian   Pacific   representative.
 SHIP'S     OFFICERS
CAPTAIN FREDERICK E. BURCH   Master
MR. CECIL W. HULBERT   First Officer
MR. WALTER J. GERBER   Chief Engineer
MR. F. F. CLARKE   2nd Engineer
MR. JOSEPH D. PARTINGTON   Purser
MR. S. WICKENS   Chief Steward
MRS. A. S. STEELE   Social Hostess
LIST    OF    PASSENGERS
(S.S.   PRINCESS   LOUISE)
SAILED FROM VANCOUVER, B. C. TO SKAGWAY, ALASKA
- JULY 4, 1962 -
Armstrong, Miss Beatrice, Calgary, Alta.
Armstrong, Miss Kathleen, Calgary, Alta.
Arseneau, Mrs. Ella, West Allis, Wise.
Bailey, Mrs. Mary F., Hialeah, Fla.
Barclay, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll, West Palm Beach, Fla.
Beamish, Miss Rahno M., Kitchener, Ont.
Beaulieu, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P., Town of Mount Royal, Que.
Behrens, Mrs. Margaret, Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Benjamin, Mr. and Mrs. Irving, Schroon Lake, N. Y.
Belcher, Mrs. Violet L. M., North Burnaby, B. C.
Bennett, Miss Marjorie S., Moncton, N. B.
Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin O., Minneapolis, Minn.
Blackadder, Miss Mildred M., Kingston, Ont.
Boetticher, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin, Adena, Ohio
Boren, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph, Dayton, Ohio
Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R., Navasota, Texas
Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald, Toronto, Ont.
Carroll, Miss Joanne, Detroit, Mich.
Carroll, Mrs. Katherine G„ Detroit, Mich.
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Tracy S., Daytona Beach, Fla.
Cleal, Donald A., Lloydminster, Sask.
Clyde, Mrs. Alma M., Miami, Fla.
Condon, Miss Angeline, Edmonton, Alta.
Connors, Mr. and Mrs. Leo A., Rahway, N. J.
Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Harry, Redondo Beach, Cal.
Curry, Mrs. Mary E., Springfield, 111.
Dales, Miss Alice, Hamilton, Ont.
Davis, Mrs. Gertrude M., Manchester, Conn.
Dexter, Miss Vera, Syracuse, N. Y.
Dilliard, Miss Maud E., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. James A., Merion, Pa.
Dunlop, Mrs. Feme T., Syracuse, N. Y.
Eckerman, Miss Elvera; Niles, Mich.
Ellerker, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred, South Euclid, Ohipo
Enright, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J., Titusville, Fla.
Erlenback, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley H., Rochester, N. Y.
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Fairchild, Mr. and Mrs. Richard, Long Beach, Cal.
Fairchild, Miss Valorie, Long Beach, Cal.
Ford, Walter, Toronto, Ont.
Forty, Dominic, Chicago, 111.
Fleming, Miss Emma, Ottawa, Ont.
Flett, Mrs. Jessie, Columbus, Ont.
Flood, Miss Constance E., Green Island, N. Y.
Fowler, Professor and Mrs. Russel H., Columbia, Mo.
Granger, Mr. and Mrs. Keith, Lansing, Mich.
Hallgren, Harley K, Portland, Ore.
Halpine, Mrs. Marion, Annapolis, Md.
Hamilton, James E., Montreal, P. Q.
Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. William, North Haven, Conn.
Hamshar, Mrs. Ann J., Edmonton, Alta.
Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B., Fort Frances, Ont.
Hemenway, Mrs. Evelyn M., Washington, D. C.
Hemmingson, Judge and Mrs. Charles, Hallock, Minn.
Hildebrand, Miss Grace W., Arlington, Va.
Howes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L., Dallas, Texas
Ingram, Earl, Lloydminster, Sask.
Jablonski Dr. Angela, Cleveland, Ohio
Jablonski, Robert, Cleveland, Ohio
Jablonski, Miss Mary, Cleveland, Ohio
Jackson, Mrs. Edna H., Trenton, N. J.
Janes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E., Watford, Ont.
Jarabets, Mrs. Else, Calgary, Alta.
Jencks, Mrs. Ruth K., Montclair, N. J.
Johns, Mrs. Cleo, Miami Springs, Fla.
Johnson, Mrs. Emmett F., Atlanta, Ga.
Kaminski, Mr. and Mrs. John, Milwaukee, Wise.
Keenan, Mr. and Mrs. Paul A., Albany, Ga.
Killough, Mrs. Lois, Parkersburg, W. Va.
Kitchin, Mr. and Mrs. John, Millbeck, Keswick, England
Klose, Miss Margaret, New York, N. Y.
Kohlhagen, Miss Gladys, West Allis, Wise.
Leaf, Carl, Rockford, 111.
LeBlond, Mrs. Elizabeth V., Ottawa, Ont.
Lehr, Mrs. Cornelia M., Lake Worth, Fla.
Lider, Mrs. Katharine, Los Angeles, Cal.
Lind, Miss Helen B., Innisfail, Alta.
Love, Mr. and Mrs. Charles D., Vancouver, B. C.
MacDonald, Miss Agnes S., Vancouver, B. C.
MacKenzie, Miss Lillian, Winnipeg, Man.
McKeown, Mr. and Mrs. Larry, Watsonville, Cal.
McLean, Mrs. Julie, Winston-Salem, N. C.
McRae, Miss Mary C, Montreal, Que.
McVeigh, Miss Margaret, Trenton, N. J.
McVeigh, Miss Katherine, Trenton, N. J.
McVeigh, Miss Patricia, Pennington, N. J.
Marno, Miss Shirley, Regina, Sask.
Marckworth, Miss Olivia, Cincinnati, Ohio
Marsheck, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph, Baltimore, Md.
Marsheck, Miss Gladys, Baltimore, Md.
Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. Leo, Newton, Mass.
Merritt, Mr. and Mrs. W. S., Miami, Fla.
Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan G., East Stroudsburg, Pa.
Milwit, Mrs. Amelia, Jersey City, N. J.
Moreland, Mr. and Mrs. William A., West Palm Beach, Fla.
Morrissey, Mrs. Elizabeth, Newport, R. I.
 -       .:,.
Mundell, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E., Cozad, Neb.
Mylott, Mrs. Albertine M., Prairie View, 111.
Mylott, Miss Phoebe A., Prairie View, 111.
Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry M., Cozad, Neb.
Norris, Mrs. Agatha R.,Atlanta, Ga.
Patterson, Dr. and Mrs. Claude A., Smith Falls, Ont.
Pink, Mrs. Hazel, Locust Valley, N. Y.
Plam.beck, Miss Elna, Pennington, N. J.
Pollex, Rev. and Mrs. Maynard, Hamilton, Ont.
Pully, Dr. Rose, Kinston, N. C.
Quine, Mrs. Jean, Regina, Sask.
Quine, Miss Geraldine, Regina, Sask.
Reed, Mrs. Marjorie, Manchester, Conn.
Reed, Thomas, Toronto, Ont.
Remine, Mrs. Therese, Detroit, Mich.
Rettjr, Mrs. Ruth A., Westmount, Que.
Retty, Miss Stephanie, Montreal, Que.
Riel, Dr. and Mrs. Theodore F., St. Louis, Mo.
Roth, Mrs. Sophie S., Oshkosh, Wise.
Rowland, Mrs. Robina, Toronto, Ont.
Sargent, Miss Ruth E., Philadelphia, Pa.
Schlatter, Mrs. Mary, Washington, D. C.
Schmidt, Miss Gertrude, Toronto, Ont.
Scott, Miss Shirley V., Calgary, Alta.
Sheppard, Dr. and Mrs. Ernest A. W., Washington, D. C.
Shirley, Miss Mabel, Vancouver, B. C.
Showers, Mrs. Helen D., York, Pa.
Shriner, Mrs. Hazel J., Toronto, Ont.
Sister Marie Reine, Toronto, Ont.
Sister Emerentia, Toronto, Ont.
Sister Mary Margaret, Vancouver, B. C.
Skinner, Miss Jane A., Winston-Salem, N. C.
Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. William L., Thomaston, Ala.
Smith, Miss Ella G., Kingston, Ont.
Smith, Miss D. Patricia, Regina, Sask.
Smith, Mrs. Mary, Winnipeg, Man.
Snow, Miss Edith, Philadelphia, Pa.
Spaeth, Dr. and Mrs. Edmund B., Philadelphia, Pa.
Sparling, Miss E. Winnifred, Winnipeg, Man.
Solomon, Mr. and Mrs. Carl E., Oshkosh, Wise.
Stephen, Mr. and Mrs. David K, Edmonton, Alta.
Stephen, Miss Leslie A., Edmonton, Alta.
Stephen, Miss Deborah L., Edmonton, Alta.
Stoertz, Mr. and Mrs. Howard, Philadelphia, Pa.
Storrie, Mrs. Kathleen E., Arlington, Va.
Striff, Mr. and Mrs. Russell, Hermosa Beach, Cal.
Striff, Gerald, Hermosa Beach, Cal.
Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah F., Foxboro, Mass.
Summerville, Miss Hazel, Braintree, Mass.
Surridge, Mr. and Mrs. Robert G., Birmingham, Mich.
Sweetwood, David M., Clifton, N. J.
Szouronski, Miss Rosalind, Regina, Sask.
, Telesca, Miss Lucy, Elmhurst, N. Y.
'. Thayer, Miss Laura B., Beverly, N. J.
.Thompson, Miss Ruth, Edmonton, Alta.
JTune, Mr. and Mrs. James W., Toronto, Ont.
Turley, Miss Jessie, Mount Pulaski, 111.
 Uhlman, Mrs. Delia, Willisoon, N. D.
Uncino, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, Tarrytown, N. Y.
Wagner, Miss Florence, Mount Pulaski, 111.
Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence F., Toms River, N. J.
Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin A., Yonkers, N. Y.
Walker, Clifford, Yonkers, N. Y.
Walkinshaw, Mrs. Marie, Swift Current, Sask.
Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. David, Lake Worth, Fla.
Warne, Harold J., Vancouver, B. C.
Warne, Miss Hortense J., Vancouver, B. C.
Warren, Dr. Sarah L., Chapel Hill, N. C.
Watwood, Mrs. Margaret, San Diego, Cal.
Weber, Mrs. M. Elizabeth, Ramsay, N. J.
Weir, Miss Mildred F., Aurora, Ont.
West, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil C. O., Sarnia, Ont.
Westbrook, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H., Muscatine, Iowa
Wild, Miss Dorothy, Edmonton, Alta.
Wilford, Mr. and Mrs. John F., Mount Bethel, Pa.
Wilford, Harry H., Mount Bethel, Pa.
Wilford, Miss Ann M., Mount Bethel, Pa.
Wilford, Miss Mary J., Mount Bethel, Pa.
Wilkerson, Miss Laura L., Port Orchard, Wash.
Wilkerson, Miss Diana M., Port Orchard, Wash.
Williams, Miss Myrtle N., Philadelphia, Pa.
Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil, Juneau, AAA
Wing, Mrs. Edna C, Kenmore, N. Y.
Witten, Miss Mildred, Arlington, Va.
Wooster, Mrs. Nina, Toronto, Ont.
EX. PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
Geake, Leslie, Edmonton, Alta.
-AUTOGRAPHS
 INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS
Mail received at Prince Rupert or Skagway will be
delivered to your room. Mail received at Vancouver after the ship has sailed will be held at the
Information Bureau, Canadian Pacific Station. If
not called for in 30 days, it will be returned to
sender or the Post Office.
Telegrams addressed care of the ship at scheduled
ports of call will be delivered on board.
Skagway—If you wish to stay on board ship while
in port please leave your name and room number
with the Purser. Lunch will be charged for at
tariff rates.
White Pass and Yukon Route—Purser's Office will
supply information regarding service from Skagway to Bennett, Carcross, Whitehorse and Dawson.
APPROXIMATE DISTANCES
Statute
Miles
Victoria to Vancouver     83
Vancouver to Prince Rupert  535
Prince Rupert to Ketchikan  105
Ketchikan to Juneau  253
Juneau to Skagway  116
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the upper level Scenic Dome. Modem as tomorrow, the diesel-drawn
all-stainless-steel Streamliners, The Canadian and The Dominion,
travel swiftly, smoothly on the world's longest Dome route across
Canada. Deluxe dining room and coffee shop . . . relaxing air-conditioned comfort . . . reclining coach seats reserved at no extra cost
— adjustable head rests, full length leg rests . . . choice of ten types
of sleeping accommodation.
VANCOUVER-MONTREAL  •  VANCOUVER-TORONTO
SEE  IT ALL AT  NO  EXTRA  FARE ABOARD
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