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AN ADIAN PACIFIC
 RAILWAY    TICKET    OFFICE.
A Railway Ticket Office is located on board this steamship. The Ticket Agent in charge is at the disposal of passengers to furnish every assistance in connection with inland
rail journey.
To facilitate landing arrangements at port of arrival it
would be appreciated if passengers would kindly note the
following information and call at the Ticket Office AS EARLY
AS POSSIBLE during the voyage.
1. Orders issued in Europe and calling for railway
transportation from port of landing or otherwise
are not good on trains, but require to be exchanged
at the ship's Ticket Office for actual railway tickets.
2. If passenger already holds railway ticket issued in
Europe, attention is particularly directed to the
necessity of having same stamped on back, in space
provided, prior to arrival at port of landing, as
train conductors are not authorised to honour
any unstamped tickets.
3. Railway Tickets to all destinations in Canada and
the United States may be purchased at the Ticket
Office at special fares.
4. Reservation of sleeping or parlour car accommodation for railway journey should be made in advance
by EARLY application to the ticket agent.
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STEAMSHIP
MONTROYAL
15,650 Tons
To   QUEBEC
FROM
SOUTHAMPTON       Saturday    September   7 1929
CHERBOURG Saturday   September   7 1929
Commander
J. P. LEWIS.
Chief Officer ------       W. G. Busk-Wood, r.n.r.
Chief Engineer     -       -       -       -       -       -       -       -        J.E. Thearle
Purser        -       -       -       - -       ~'     -       -       -A. Bremner
Surgeon       ------        H. E. James, m.r.c.s., l.r.c.p.
Chief Steward       -------- -F. Belton
Conductress ---------     Miss C. L. King
Rail Lines Ticket Agent: L. A.  OUELLET,
Office on "C" Deck Forward.
J<lX
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC
MONTROYAL
Meals will be served in the Dining Saloon at the following hours :
Breakfast
Luncheon
Dinner
First
Sitting
8.00 a.m.
12.30 p.m.
6.00 p.m.
Second
Sitting
9.00 a.m.
1.30 p.m.
7.00 p.m.
When only
One Sitting
8.30 a.m.
1.00 p.m.
7.00 p.m.
Breakfast not served in the Dining Saloon after 10 o'clock.
Children served at first sitting only. Children not permitted in
Public Rooms after 8 p.m. unless paying adult fare.
Table Seat Numbers—Passengers obtain table seat numbers
from Second Steward or Head Waiter in the Dining Saloon.
Breakfast bugle not sounded when only one sitting. Passengers
should inform Bedroom Steward when they desire to be called.
Afternoon Tea is served at 4 p.m. ; children are served with tea
in the Dining Saloon.
Smoking is permitted in the Dining Saloon after the last sitting
at luncheon and dinner, but not at breakfast, the first sitting at
luncheon or the first sitting at dinner.
Private Dinners—Passengers who desire to arrange private
dinner parties should apply to the Chief Steward or Head Waiter.
No charge is made for this service.
Orchestra at Luncheon, Dinner, in the Lounge and on Deck for
dancing.
Lights extinguished in Dining Saloon 11 p.m., Lounge 11.30 p.m.,
Smoke Room at midnight. Bar closes midnight Westbound, and
11 p.m. Eastbound.
Deck Chairs rented at $1.00:
Steward.
Rugs at $1.50,    Apply to Deck
Baths-—Arrange with Bedroom Steward time desired.
Valuables and Money may be placed in the Purser's safe.
Envelopes are provided which Passengers will seal and sign. As no
charge is made, the Company assumes no responsibility for loss or
damage, however arising.
Berthing of Passengers—No alteration can be irade except
through Purser.
The Mighty Wafer Boulevard to Canada
 The Mighty  Water Boulevard to Canada
MONTROYAL
The Shop sells postal cards, stamps, candies, cigars, cigarettes
tobacco, pipes, magazines, toys and novelties.
Library Steward provides stationery, telegraph forms, books of
reference, &c.
Stamps—British or Canadian postage stamps may be used.
Divine Service in Dining Saloon at 10.45 a.m. Sunday. Altars
are carried for the celebration of Holy Communion and Holy Mass.
Surgeon is authorised to make customary charges, subject to the
approval of the Commander, for attending Passengers, at their
request, for illness not originating on board. In case of sickness
contracted on board no charge is made and medicine is provided free.
Nurses—Trained and fully qualified Hospital Nurses are carried
on our passenger ships. Their services, under the direction of the
Surgeon, are available to passengers who require nursing attention
at sea. The Canadian Pacific provides a complete medical service
afloat.
Money Exchanged—Purser will exchange a limited amount of
English, French, Belgian, Canadian and American money.
Wireless Telegrams—Information and rates furnished at
Purser's Office.
Telegrams and Cables—Canadian Pacific Telegraph representatives meet all ships on arrival to ensure prompt transmission of
Passengers' telegrams and cables.
Passengers' Mail—Passengers are urgently requested to enquire
for mail at Purser's Office on arrival and leave forwarding address.
Passengers are requested to note that the Company do not
undertake to accept delivery of parcels in Great Britain and Ireland,
if the value of the contents is to be paid on delivery, unless prior
arrangements are made with the Company for the amount to be
paid.
Passports—Passengers travelling to or through the United
States are requested to call at Purser's Office with their passports
as soon as possible.
CANADIAN     PACIFIC
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC
MONTROYAL
United States Head Tax—In order to obtain refund of United
States Head Tax, temporary visitors to, or passengers in transit
through, the United States, who intend to leave the United States
within sixty days from their date of entry, must give this information
on the U.S. Declaration Form completed at time of booking.
It is also necessary that they inform the U.S. Immigration
Inspector at the port of landing that they are leaving the United
States within sixty days, and they should apply to him for certificate
form 514, without which no refund of U.S. Head Tax will be considered by the U.S. authorities.
Rail Ticket Office—To facilitate landing arrangements, all
Passengers should call at the Rail Ticket Office on board for railway
tickets and sleeping car reservations.
Return Atlantic Passage—The Ticket Agent is equipped to
furnish full information concerning sailings and bookings on
Canadian Pacific Steamships. Reservations can be secured and
deposits to cover will be received.
Lifebelts—In   State  Rooms,
method of attachment.
Bedroom    Steward   will  explain
Emergency Stations—Consult plan and directions in alley-way.
French Speaking Staff—For the convenience of French Speaking Passengers the Ship's Company includes Stenographers, Stewards
and Stewardesses, who are conversant with the French language.
These may be distinguished as follows :—
Stenographers—Red shoulder tabs on dress.
Table  Stewards—Red collar on their uniform jackets instead
of a blue collar.
Bedroom Stewards—Red collar fitted to their white jackets.
Stewardesses—Red turn-back on cap.
Suggestions—The Canadian Pacific invite suggestions for
improvement of the service. Passengers are requested to make
suggestions to the Commander or Purser so that immediate attention
may be given. Suggestions may also be addressed to the General
Manager, Canadian Pacific Steamships, 8, Waterloo Place, London,
England.
The Mighty  Water Boulevard to Canada
 The Mighty  Water Boulevard to Canada
MONTROYAL
Repas—Les repas sont servis dans la salle a manger aux heures
suivantes.
Premier
Second
Service
Service.
Service.
Unique.
8.00
9.00
8.30
12.30
13.30
13.00
18.00
19.00
19.00
Dejeuner
Lunch
Diner
La Petit Dejeuner ne sera pas servi dans la salle a manger apres
dix heures du matin.
Les places a table pour le diner seront fixees par l'assistant maitre
d'hotel, a qui Ton voudra bien s'adresser a cette fin.
Les Enfants pay ant Demi-passage ne seront servis qu'au
premier service, et ne seront pas admis dans les salles communes
apres 8 heures du soir.
II n'est pas permis de turner dans la salle a manger au petit
dejeuner, ni au premier service du dejeuner et du diner.
Le the de 1'apres-midi sera servi a 4.00 p.m. sur le pont et dans les
salles communes.    Les enfants seront servis dans la salle a manger.
I^e clairon sonne trente minutes avant le diner.
Diners particuliers—MM les passagers desirant des diners
particuliers peuvent les obtenir sans paiement de supplement.
S'addresser au Maitre d'Hotel.
Orchestre pendant le dejeuner, diner, dans le Hall et sur le pont
pour danser.
Les Lumieres seront Eteintes dans la salle a manger a 11.00
p.m., dans la salle de musique et le salon a 11.30 p.m., et a minuit
dans le fumoir.    Le bar fermera a 11.00 p.m.
Les Offices Religieux auront lieu a 10.30 du matin dans la salle
a manger. Au cas ou il y aurait plus d'une messe, le dimanche,
s.v.p. consulter pour les heures, etc., le tableau de renseignements
au bureau du Commissaire.
Pour Retenir des Chaises de pont, a Si.00 chacune, et des
couvertures a $1.50 chacune; coussins a $1.00 chacune; priere de
s'adresser au garcon (Deck Steward).
Bains—Les passagers devront s'entendre avec leur garcon de
cabine, qui verra a ce que le bain soit pret a l'heure indiquee.
Les Valeurs et Bijoux peuvent etre mis en depot dans le coffre-
fort du Commissaire du bord. Des enveloppes speciales sont mises
a cette fin a la disposition des passagers. Ce service etant gratu.it
la Compagnie decline toute responsabilite au cas de perte ou d'avarie
pour quelque cause que ce soit.
CANADIAN     PACIFIC
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC
MONTROYAL
Cabines—Aucun changement de couchette, cabine, de classe,
etc., ne peut etre fait sauf par le Commissaire du bord.
Au Kiosque on se procurera des cartes postales, timbres-poste,
bonbons, cigares, cigarettes, tabac, pipes, magazines, jouets et
nouveautes, etc., etc.
Le Bibliothecaire fournit aussi la papeterie et les enveloppes
pour la correspondance ordinaire. Timbres-poste: On peut se
servir de timbres-poste anglais ou canadiens.
Le Medecin est autorise a percevoir des honoraires raisonnables
sujet a l'approbation du Commandant, mais seulement dans le cas
de maladie contracted avant l'embarquement. Pour les maladies
contractees a bord, les soins du medecin et les medicaments prescrits
par lui sont fournis gratuitement.
Infirmieres—Des Infirmieres professionnelles se trouvent a
bord de tous nos Bateaux. Sous la direction de Medecin, elles sont
a la disposition de ceux qui pourraient en avoir besoin. Un Service
Medical complet existe sur le CANADIAN PACIFIC pendant tout
voyage en mer.
Monnaies—Le Commissaire est autorise a faire l'echange des
monnaies anglaise, francaise, beige, canadienne et americaine pour
une somme limitee.
Tetegraphie Sans Fil—Pour tarif et autres renseignements,
priere de s'adresser au bureau du Commissaire.
Courrier—Les passagers sont pries de reclamer au bureau du
Commissaire leurs lettres et telegrammes des leur embarquement
et d'y laisser leur adresse future en vue du courrier qui pourrait
arriver apres le debarquement.
La Compagnie veut que les passagers comprennent qu'elle n'entre-
prend pas la livraison de colis en Grande Bretagne et en Irlande,
s'il faut que les recipients des colis les paient lorsque la Compagnie
en fait la livraison a leurs domiciles, a moins que l'on n'arrange
auparavant avec la Compagnie qu'elle regie les depenses de la
livraison.
Etats Unis—Les passagers a destination de, ou en transit par,
les Etats Unis sont pries de passer avec leur passeport le plus tot
possible au bureau du Commissaire.
The Mighty  Water Boulevard to Canada
 The Mighty  Water Boulevard to Canada
MONTROYAL
" Head Tax "—Etats-Unis—Ann d'obtenir le remboursement
de la " Head Tax " des Etats-Unis, les touristes de passage aux
Etats-Unis, ou les passagers en transit, qui ont l'intention de, quitter
les Etats-Unis dans les soixante jours qui suivent leur arrivee,
doivent indlquer ces renseignements sur le questionnaire qu'ils
remplissent au moment ou ils prennent leurs billets de passage.
II est egalement indispensable d'aviser l'lnspecteur d'lmmigration
des Etats-Unis au port de debarquement qu'ils doivent quitter le
pays dans les soixante jours. Un certificat a cet effet, devra lui etre
demande, formule 514, sans lequel le remboursement de la " Head-
Tax " ne pourrait etre obtenu des autorites des Etats-Unis.
Debarquement—Afin de faciliter les arrangements de debarquement, les passagers sont pries, dans leur interet, de reserver leurs
places dans les trains et les wagons lits au bureau des billets du bord.
Billets de Retour—Le Commissaire du Bord peut fournir des
listes de departs ainsi que tous renseignements utiles concernant le
voyage de retour par les paquebots du CANADIAN PACIFIC. On
peut reserver ses places en versant une garantie.
Le
Les Ceintures de Sauvetage sont dans toutes les cabines.
valet de chambre expliquera la maniere de les mettre.
Postes de secours—Consulter le tableau et indications dans les
couloirs.
Personnel parlant le frangais—Pour la commodite des
voyageurs de nationalite fran9aise les employes de chaque bateau,
y compris les dactylographes, valets et femmes de chambre, ont des
bonnes notions de la langue frangaise. On pourra les reconnaitre
aux indications suivantes :—
Dactylographes—Petites epaulettes rouges.
Maitres d'Hotel—Col rouge au  lieu du col bleu, sur leur
veston d'uniforme.
Valets de Chambre—Col rouge sur leur veston blanc.
Femmes de Chambre—Bonnet avec revers rouge.
Suggestions—La Compagnie de Navigation " The Canadian
Pacific " recevra avec plaisir toutes suggestions tendant a l'ameli-
oration du service. Les passagers sont pries de soumettre
suggestions au Capitaine ou au Commissaire, afin qu'il puisse y £tre
donne consideration immidiatement. Des propositions peuvent
aussi etre transmises au " Directeur General, Canadian Pacific
Steamships, 8, Waterloo Place, Londres, Angleterre."
CANADIAN     PACIFIC
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC
Sailings  from  Europe
TO   QUEBEC  AND   MONTREAL
Two days in sheltered waters of the St
Lawrence   Only four days Open Sea
FROM
STEAMSHIP
Southampton
and,
Cherbourg
Liverpool
Hamburg
Antwerp
Glasgow
Belfast
Cobh
MONTROYAL
Sept    7
Sept 11
Sept 12
Duchess of Richmond
Montclare
Sept 11
Sept 13
Duchess of York
Sept'. 13
Minnedosa
Sept. 13
Sept 14
Empress of Australia
Sept 14
Sept 18
Sept "id
Sept 26
*Empress of Canada
Duchess of Atholl
Sept 20
Sept 21
Sept 20
Sept 25
Sept 27
Sept 27
Melita
Sept 27
Oct     5
Sept 28
Oct     4
Duchess of Richmond
Oct" 5
Oct   10
Oct     4
Montcalm
Oct     3
Montclare
Oct     9
Oct   11
Duchess of York
Oct   11
Oct   11
Oct   12
Empress of Scotland
Oct   19
Oct" 24
Nov "h
Nov" 7
Nov'ii
6cV 'is
Oct   16
Duchess of Atholl
Oct   19
Oct   19
Montrose
Oct   23
Oct   25
Melita
Oct   25
Nov"i
Oct   26
Oct   26
Montcalm
Oct   31
Duchess of Richmond
Nov    2
Nov    2
Montclare
Nov    6
Nov    8
Duchess of York
Empress of Australia
Nov    8
Nov    9
Nov    8
Minnedosa
Nov 14
Nov  15
Nov 15
Empress of Australia, Empress of Scotland, Empress of Canada and Montroyal debark
all passengers at Quebec. * To New York.
TO
SAINT JOHN N.B.
Duchess of Atholl
Nov *29
}ani6'
jaii' 'ii
jan" 29
Nov. 22
Nov 29
Dec     6
Dec   10
Dec  13
Dec   20
Dec   27
Jan     3
Jan  10
Nov. 23
Nov 23
Montcalm
Nov 27
Nov  30
Duchess of Richmond
Nov  30
Dec     7
Nov  30
Dec     7
Duchess of York
*Duchess of Bedford
Metagama
Dec   14
Dec  21
Dec   28
Jan     4
Jan   11
Montrose
Dec   21
Duchess of Richmond
Duchess of York
Jan    4
Melita
Metagama
Jan   15
Jan   17
Montrose
Jan   17
Jan   18
Jan   18
*Empress of Scotland
Minnedosa
Jan   24
Jan   25
♦Empress of France
Montcalm
Jan   31
Feb     i
Feb    1
*
To New
York.
The Mighty   Water Boulevard to Canada
 The Mighty   Water Boulevard to Canada
Sailings   to  Europe
FROM   MONTREAL   AND   QUEBEC
Two days in sheltered waters of the St. Lawrence  Only four days Open Sea
Sailing
Date
Steamship
To
Sept 10
Empress of Scotland
Cherbourg Southampton
Sept  11
Duchess of Atholl
Liverpool
Sept  13
Metagama
Belfast Glasgow
Sept  13
Montrose
Antwerp direct.
Sept  14
Melita
Liverpool Glasgow
Sept  17
MONTROYAL
Cherbourg Southampton
Sept 18
Montcalm
Plymouth Cherbourg Southampton Hamburg
Sept  18
Duchess of Bedford
Liverpool
Sept  21
Duchess of Richmond
Glasgow Belfast Liverpool
Sept  24
Empress of Australia
Cherbourg Southampton
Sept  26
Montclare
Cherbourg Southampton Antwerp
Sept 27
Duchess of York
Liverpool
Sept  28
Minnedosa
Belfast Liverpool Glasgow
Oct      1
Empress of Scotland
Cherbourg Southampton Hamburg
Oct     4
Duchess of Atholl
Glasgow Belfast Liverpool
Oct    10
Melita
Belfast Glasgow
Oct    10
Montrose
Cherbourg Southampton Antwerp
Oct    11
Duchess of Bedford
Liverpool
Oct   17
Montcalm
Cherbourg Southampton Hamburg
Oct   18
Duchess of Richmond
Glasgow Belfast Liverpool
Oct    24
Montclare
Cherbourg Southampton Antwerp
Oct   25
Duchess of York
Liverpool
Oct   26
Minnedosa
Belfast Liverpool Glasgow
Oct    31
Empress of Scotland
Cherbourg Southampton
Nov    1
Duchess of Atholl
Glasgow Belfast Liverpool
Cherbourg Southampton Antwerp
Nov     7
Montrose
Nov     8
Melita
Glasgow Belfast Liverpool
Nov  14
Montcalm
Cherbourg Southampton Hamburg
Nov   15
Duchess of Richmond
Glasgow Belfast Liverpool
Nov   22
Duchess of York
Glasgow Belfast Liverpool
Nov   23
Montclare
Cherbourg Southampton Antwerp
Nov   26
Minnedosa
Glasgow Belfast Liverpool
Empress of Australia, Empress of Scotland, Empress of Canada and Montroyal
sail from Quebec.
FROM SAINT JOHN, N.B.
Dec
6
Duchess of Atholl
Glasgow Belfast Liverpool
Dec
12
Montcalm
Cherbourg Southampton Antwerp
Dec
14
Duchess of Richmond
Glasgow Belfast Liverpool
Dec
18
Duchess of York
Glasgow Belfast Liverpool
Dec
27
Metagama
Cherbourg London Antwerp
Jan
3
Montrose
Glasgow Belfast Liverpool
Jan
10
Duchess of Richmond
Glasgow Liverpool
Jan
17
Duchess of York
Glasgow Belfast Liverpool
Jan
?A
Melita
Glasgow Liverpool
Jan
31
Metagama
Cherbourg London Antwerp
Feb
1
Montrose
Glasgow Belfast Liverpool
Feb
7
Minnedosa
Glasgow Liverpool
Feb
14
Montcalm
Glasgow Belfast Liverpool
CANADIAN     PACIFIC
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC
TRANS-PACIFIC   SAILINGS
VANCOUVER
TO
HAWAII, JAPAN, CHINA  AND THE PHILIPPINES
Largest, Newest and Fastest Steamships on the
Pacific Ocean
WESTBOUND
Van
Hono
Yoko
Kobe
Naga
Shang
*Hong
♦Manila
STEAMSHIP
couver
lulu
hama
saki
hai
Kong
Leave
Arrive
Arrive
Arrive
Arrive
Arrive
Arrive
Arrive
Empress of Russia
Sept 12
Sept 23
Sept 24
Sept 25
Sept 27
Sept 30
Oct     3
Empress of Asia    .
Oct     3
Oct   14
Oct   15
Oct   16
Oct   :.8
Oct   21
Oct   24
Empress of Canada
Oct   17
Oct   28
Oct   29
Nov    1
Nov    4
Nov    7
Empress of Russia
Nov    2
Nov :.4
Nov :.5
Nov :.6
Nov :.8
Nov 21
Nov 23
Empress of Asia   .
Nov 23
Dec     5
Dec     6
Dec     7
Dec     9
Dec   :.2
Dec   14
Empress of Canada
Dec     7
Dec   13
Dec   21
Dec   22
Dec   25
Dec   28
Dec   30
Empress of Russia
Dec   21
Dec   27
Jan     5
Jan     6
Jan     7
Jan     9
Jan   12
Jan   15
Empress of Asia   .
Jan   11
Jan   17
Jan   26
Jan   27
Jan   28
Jan   30
Feb     2
Feb     5
Empress of Canada
Feb   15
Feb   21
Mar    1
Mar     2
Mar    5
Mar    8
Mar  11
Empress of Russia
Mar    8
Mar  14
Mar   23
Mar   24
Mar  25
Mar   27
Mar  10
Apl     2
Empress of Asia ..
Mar  29
Apl   10
Apl   11
Apl   12
Apl   14
Apl   :.7
Apl   20
Empress of Canada
Apl   17
Api   23
May   1
May   2
May   4
May    7
May    9
Empress of Russia
May    8
May !9lMay 20
May 21
May 23
May 26
May 29
The Empresses sail from Vancouver at 12 noon calling at Victoria 5 p.m. same day.
SERVICE TO MANILA, P.I.
♦Upon arrival from Vancouver at Hong Kong the Empresses remain one day at
that port and then sail for Manila, remain one day at Manila and then return  to
Hong Kong.
EASTBOUND
STEAMSHIP
Hong
Kong
Shanghai
Nagasaki
Kobe
Yokohama
Victoria
Vancouver
Leave
Leave
Leave
Leave
Leave
Arrive
Empress of Asia
Sept    4
Sept    7
Sept   8
Sept 10
Sept 12
Sept 21
Empress of France
Sept 25
Sept 28
Oct     1
Oct     3
Oct   12
Empress of Russia
Oct     9
Oct   12
Oct   13
Oct   15
Oct   17
Oct   26
Empress of Asia
Oct   30
Nov    2
Nov    3
Nov    5
Nov    9
Nov 18
Empress of Canada ..
Nov 13
Nov 16
Nov  19
Nov 2:.
Nov  30
Empress of Russia
Nov 27
Nov 30
Dec
Dec     3
Dec     5
Dec   14
Empress of Asia
Dec   18
Dec   2:.
Dec   22
Dec   24
Dec   26
Jan     4
Empress of Canada    .
Jan   15
Jan   18
Jan   21
Jan   23
Feb    1
Empress of Russia
Feb     5
Feb     8
Feb     9
Feb   V..
Feb   13
Feb   22
Empress of Asia
Feb   26
Mar    :.
Mar    2
Mar    <t
Mar    6
Mar  15
Empress of Canada    .
Mar  12
Mar  15
Mar  18
Mar  20
Mar  29
Empress of Russia   ..
Apl     2
Apl     5
Apl     6
Apl     8
Apl   10
Apl   19
Empress of Asia
Apl   16
Apl   19
Apl   20
Apl   22
Apl   24
May    3
Empress of Canada ..
May    7
May 10
May lii
May 15
May 24
Empress of Russia   ..
May 28
May 31
June   1
June   3
June   5
June 14
The Mighty  Water Boulevard to Canada
 The Mighty  Water Boulevard to Canada
CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN   LINE
VANCOUVER
AND
HONOLULU, SUVA, AUCKLAND AND SYDNEY
The smooth, short and enjoyable route to the Antipodes
Palatial Passenger Ships
AORANGI   and   NIAGARA
Motorship—17,500 tons Steamship—13,500 tons
SOUTHBOUND
Vancouver
Depart
Noon
Honolulu,
T.H.
Depart
Suva,
Fiji
Depart
Auckland,
N.Z.
Arrive
Sydney,
Aust.
Arrive
Aorangi	
Niagara 	
Aorangi	
Niagara 	
Aorangi	
Aug 21
Sept 18
Oct   16
Nov 13
Dec   11
Jan     8
Feb     5
Mar    5
Aug  28
Sept 25
Oct   23
Nov  20
Dec   18
Jan   15
Feb   12
Mar  12
Sept   6
Oct     4
Nov    1
Nov 29
Dec   27
Jan   24
Feb   21
Mar  21
Sept    9
Oct     7
Nov    4
Dec     2
Dec   30
Jan   27
Feb   24
Mar 24
Sept 14
Oct   12
Nov    9
Dec     7
Jan     4
Feb     1
Mar    1
Niagara 	
Aorangi	
Niagara 	
Mar  29
Canadian-Australasian Line Steamers call at Victoria, B.C., in each direction.
NORTHBOUND
Sydney,
Aust.
Depart
Auckland,
N.Z.
Depart
Suva,
Fiji
Depart
Honolulu,
T.H.
Depart
Vancouver
B.C.
Arrive
Niagara	
Aug  22
Sept 19
Oct   17
Nov 14
Dec   12
Jan     9
Feb     6
Mar    6
Apl     3
Aug 27
Sept 24
Oct   22
Nov 19
Dec   17
Jan   14
Feb   11
Mar 11
Apl     8
Aug  30
Sept 27
Oct   25
Nov 22
Dec   20
Jan   17
Feb   14
Mar  14
Apl   11
Sept    6
Oct     4
Nov    1
Nov 29
Dec   27
Jan   24
Feb   21
Mar 21
Apl   18
Sept 13
Oct   11
Nov    8
Aorangi	
Niagara	
Aorangi	
Niagara 	
Aorangi	
Dec     6
Jan     3
Jan   31
Feb   28
Mar 28
Niagara	
Apl   25
Reservations and tickets at all Canadian Pacific agencies.
CANADIAN     PACIFIC
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC
8
SEASON  1929=30
DELIGHTFUL
CANADIAN   PACIFIC
CRUISES
ROUND   THE  WORLD
EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA—The Dream Ship of Cruises
21850 Tons Gross Register OU Fuel
From Southampton, November 14, 1929—155 Days
From New York,      December   2, 1929—137 Days
ISLES   OF   THE   BLEST
DUCHESS OF RICHMOND—New Cruising Ship
20000 Tons Gross Register OU Fuel
From Liverpool- January    25, 1930—42 Days
WEST   INDIES—PANAMA
DUCHESS OF ATHOLL—New Cruising Ship
20,000 Tons Gross Register Oil Fuel
From Liverpool, January 21, 1930—44 Days
From Bristol, January     22, 1930—43 Days
DUCHESS OF BEDFORD—New Cruising Ship
20000 Tons Gross Register Oil Fuel
From New York, December 23, 1929—16 Days
From New York, January 10, 1930—29 Days
From New York,        February   ii, 1930—29 Days
MEDITERRANEAN
EMPRESS OF SCOTLAND—The Cruise Ship Magnificent
25150 Tons Gross Register Oil Fuel
From Southampton,
From New York,
January
February
18, 1930—89 Days
3> 1930—73 Days
EMPRESS   OF   FRANCE—The   Speed   Queen   of  Cruises
lfi350 Tons Gross Register Oil Fuel
From Southampton,
From New York,
January    29, 1930—88 Days
February   13, 1930—73 Days
May We Send You Details ?   Ask any Canadian Pacific Agent
See List Back Pages.
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OCEAN STEAMSHIP FLEET
TRANS-ATLANTIC   and   TRANS-PACIFIC
Over-all
EMPRESS OF BRITAIN, Length
In Service 1931   755 ft.
EMPRESS OF SCOTLAND   700 ft.
EMPRESS OF JAPAN,
In Service, 1930  662 ft.
EMPRESSOFAUSTRALIA     612ft.
EMPRESS OF CANADA   653 ft.
EMPRESS OF FRANCE    600 ft.
EMPRESS OF ASIA   590 ft.
EMPRESS OF RUSSIA  590 ft.
DUCHESS OF ATHOLL    602 ft.
DUCHESS OF BEDFORD     602 ft.
DUCHESS OF RICHMOND  602 ft.
DUCHESS OF YORK     602 ft.
MONTNAIRN   613 ft.
MONTCALM  580 ft.
MONTROSE   580 ft.
MONTCLARE    580 ft.
MONTROYAL   569 ft.
MELITA  544 ft.
MINNEDOSA     544 ft.
METAGAMA  520 ft.
BEAVERHILL      512 ft.
BEAVERFORD     512 ft.
BEAVERDALE     512 ft.
BEAVERBRAE     512 ft.
BEAVERBURN     512 ft.
BOTHWELL  425 ft.
BOLINGBROKE  435 ft.
TRANS-ATLANTIC SERVICES "~~
BETWEEN
MONTREAL AND QUEBEC Summer
SAINT JOHN,  N.B.  Winter
AND
Liverpool   Glasgow   Greenock   Belfast   Cobh   (Queenstown)
Southampton  Plymouth  Cherbourg  Antwerp  and  Hamburg
TRANS-PACIFIC   SERVICES
BETWEEN
VANCOUVER   VICTORIA
AND
Yokohama Kobe Nagasaki Shanghai Hong Kong and Manila
Largest, newest and fastest steamships on the Pacific Ocean
Grow*
Registered
Breadth
Tonnage
97 ft. 6 ins.
40000
77 ft. 3 ins.
25150
83 ft. 6 ins.
25000
75 ft. 0 ins.
21850
77 ft. 6 ins.
21500
72 ft. 4 ins.
18350
68 ft. 2 ins.
16900
68 ft. 2 ins.
16800
75 ft. 0 ins.
20000
75 ft. 0 ins.
20000
75 ft. 0 ins.
20000
75 ft. 0 ins.
20000
68 ft. 3 ins.
17300
70 ft. 3 ins.
16400
70 ft. 3 ins.
16400
70 ft. 3 ins.
16400
66 ft. 0 ins.
15650
67 ft. 2 ins.
15200
67 ft. 2 ins.
15200
64 ft. 0 ins.
12400
61 ft. 6 ins.
10041
61 ft. 6 ins.
10042
61 ft. 6 ins.
9957
61 ft. 6 ins.
9956
61 ft. 6 ins.
9874
55 ft. 2 ins.
6723
53 ft. 6 ins.
6608
453701
CANADIAN     PACIFIC
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC
THE   QUEBEC   BRIDGE
Shortly after leaving picturesque Quebec with its old world
atmosphere Canadian Pacific Steamships to Montreal pass under
the famous Quebec Bridge.
There could be no greater contrast of ancient and modern ! For
this great triumph of engineering skill—a greater triumph because
of the way man fought and fought again until he conquered—is the
personification of modernity. It represents the genius of modern
brains as surely and as distinctively as the Citadel in the Ancient
City reflects the engineering of a bygone day.
Building operations were first commenced in 1907 and the bridge
carried its first load October 17th, 1917.
Some interesting facts about the bridge are :—
Span, 1,800 feet—100 feet longer than the Forth Bridge.
Suspended span, 640 feet.
Height above river, 150 feet.
Totaf length of bridge between approaches, 3,239 feet.
Total steel in suspended span, 5,510 tons.
Total steel in pins, 1,700 tons.
Total steel in whole bridge, 66,480 tons.
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AN    OPTICAL    ILLUSION
Massive though the big bridge is, its spidery appearance when
it is first sighted is deceptive. This deception of distance, however,
is as nothing when compared with the sight that meets the eye as the
bow of the ship, now cutting the merest of ripples in the smooth
waters of the river, approaches the bridge and the formerly spidery
beams and trusses take on a formidable appearance of mass and
weight. Watched from the decks—even from the greater height
of the ship's navigating bridge—the steel structure, because of its
mass appears, as the ship gets closer and closer, to be hanging much
lower than it actually is.
In fact, so great is the power of vision over the intelligence that
although it is obvious to the mind that the ship will easily clear
the lower stringers of the bridge, one cannot readily conceive how
it is possible.
As a matter of fact even the Canadian Pacific vessels, which are
the largest ships to pass under the bridge, have a clearance of from
fifteen to twenty feet.
CANADIAN     PACIFIC
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC
THE   EMPRESS   OF   BRITAIN
NEW  LUXURY  LINER
Tonnage     ..      ..      40,000
Speed ..      ..      24 knots
The Canadian Pacific Steamships have in
course of construction at Clydebank, near
Glasgow, Scotland, a magnificent Steamship
of 40,000 tons, which will be engaged in service
between Quebec, Southampton and Cherbourg
during 1931.
The new ship will have de luxe
accommodation hitherto not available.
The ship is expected to make the Atlantic
crossing   in   5    days   and   will   be   named
THE   EMPRESS   OF   BRITAIN
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Abbe, Mrs. Mary Duncan
Washington, D.C.
Adams, Mrs. E. M.
Hanover, Ont.
Adams, Miss M.
Hanover, Ont.
Allen, Mr. C. H.
London, Eng.
Alley, Miss S. M.
New Orleans, La.
Anderson, Mr. D. G.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Anderson, Mrs,
Philadelphia, Pa.
Anderson, Mr. D. G., Jr.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Angus, Mr. M. S.
London, Eng.
Armstrong, Mrs. M. R.
Ottawa, Ont.
Atherton, Mrs. F.
Detroit, Mich.
Avery, Miss M.
New York, N.Y.
Barbour, Mrs. Rachel
Amesbury, Mass
Bassett. Brother P.
New York, N.Y,:
Bazin, Mr. Joes
Montreal, Que.
Beach, Mrs. John P.
Beach, Mr. John W.
Beach, Mr. Peter H.
Bean, Mr. W. W., Jr.
Benton Harbor, Mich.
Bean, Mrs.
Benton Harbor, Mich.
Bernitz, Mr. J. I.
New York, N.Y.
Bernitz, Mrs.
New York, N.Y.
Bishop, Mr. F. R.
N. Attleboro, Mass.
Bishop, Mrs.
N. Attleboro, Mass
Bissell, Miss H. C.
Buffalo, N.Y.
Bloodgood, Mr. Francis
Madison, Wis.
Bloodgood, Mrs.
Madison, Wis.
Botsford, Mr. E. H.
Williamstown, Mass.
Botsford, Miss M.
Williamstown, Mass.
Bunting, Mr. W. A.
Jackson, Mich.
Burchard, Mrs. E. L.
Fall River, Mass.
Burchard, Miss H.
Fall River, Mass.
Burd, Mrs. J. H. F.
Fairfield, Conn.
Burd, Miss Virginia
Fairfield, Conn.
Burr, Mr. Karl E.
Columbus, Ohio
Burtin, Mr. H. W.
New York, N.Y.
Busch, Mr. H. P.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Busch, Mrs.
Philadelphia, Pa^
Busch, Miss E. S.
Philadelphia, Pa.
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PACIFIC
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PACIFIC
Campomenosi, Mr. Alfred P.
New York, N.Y.
Campomenosi, Miss Lydia
New York, N.Y.
Campomenosi, Miss Aida
New York, N.Y.
Cashman, Miss Marie E.
Syracuse, N.Y.
Cavell, Mr. A.
Preston, Ont
Cavell, Mrs.
Preston, Ont.
Chauncey, Rev. E. F.
Columbus, Ohio
Chauncey, Mrs.
Columbus, Ohio
Chauncey, Miss Peggy
Columbus, Ohio
Chauvin, Mr. Jean
Montreal, Que.
Chauvin, Mrs.
Montreal, Que.
Chester, Miss Alice
Hartford, Conn.
Clark, Mr. J.
Pasadena, Cal.
Clark, Mrs.
Pasadena, Cal.
Colyer, Sir Frank, K.B.E.
London, Eng.
Colyer, Lady
London, Eng.
Cooper, Miss B. D.
New York, N.Y.
Cullum, Mrs. St. J.
Augusta, Ga.
Cummins, Mrs. H. A. C.      Ascuncion, Paraquay.
Delaney, Mr. Vista K.
Newark, N.J.
Delaney, Mr. William F.
Newark, N.J.
Delaney, Mast. Edmond T,
Newark,   N.J.
Delaney, Miss Jeanne M.
Newark, N.J.
Dennison, Mr. S.
Toronto, Ont.
Dennison, Mrs.
Toronto, Ont
de Sola, Miss E. L.
Montreal, Que-
Doumiens, Mrs. Jeanne
Arnprior, Ont.
Dowling, Mr. John F.
Hartford, Conn.
Dowling, Mrs.
Hartford, Conn.
Dowling, Miss Claire E.
Hartford, Conn.
Dowling, Mr. John F., Jr.
Hartford, Conn.
Du Chene, Mrs. Anne Maria
Lake Forest, 111.
Duckham, Miss A.
Ashtead, Eng.
Evans, Mr. J. L.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Eyres, Mr. P. E.
London, Eng.
Eyres, Mrs.
London, Eng.
Fairbairn, Mr. T. M.
Montreal, Que.
Ferris, Mr. Alfred V.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Ferris, Mrs.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Ferris, Miss Hilda
Philadelphia, Pa.
Ferris, Mrs. Julia B.
Northampton, Mass
Ferris, Miss Janne
Northampton, Mass,
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Galloway, Mrs. M.
Cambridge, Mass.
Gardner, Mr. K. A.
Toronto, Ont.
Gay Miss, M.
Gibson, Miss M.
Houghton, Mich.
Gittings, Mr. J. Claxton
Philadelphia, Pa.
Gittings, Mrs.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Goldman, Mr. L.
Toronto, Ont.
Goldman^ Mr. C. E A.
Toronto, Ont.
Goodell, Miss F.
Houghton, Mich.
Goodwin, Mr. A. C.
Syracuse, N.Y.
Gordon, Mr. G. S.
Vancouver, B.C.
Gordon, Mrs.
Vancouver, B.C.
Grier, Mrs. C. B.
Montreal, Que.
Grier, Mast. C. B.
Montreal, Que.
Grier, Mast. G. B.
Montreal, Que.
Grier, Miss M.
Montreal, Que.
Guimenti, Mr. Amedee
Rome, Italy
Hallett-Hyatt, Mr. J.
IIallett-Hyatt, Mrs.
Hambly Mrs. A. L.  R.
Providence, R. I.
Hambly Miss D. A.
Providence, R. I.
Hambly, Mr. A. L. R.
Providence, R.I.
Hambly, Mr. S. H.
Providence, R.I.
Hambly, Mr. A. L. R., Jr.
Providence, R.I.
Hardy, Miss Lucienne
Montreal, Que.
Hartshorne, Mrs. Edward Y.
Havenford, Pa.
Hartshorne, Miss Caroline
Havenford, Pa.
Hartshorne, Mr. Edward Y.,
Jr.    Havenford, Pa.
Hatheway, Dr. C. M.
W. Hartford, Conn.
Hatheway, Mrs.
W. Hartford, Conn.
Hicky, Most Rev. Thomas F
Rochester, N.Y.
Hinman, Mrs. Florence L.
Denver, Col.
Hirschfield, Miss Bertha
New York, N.Y.
Hirschfield, Miss Florence
New York, N.Y.
Hocquard, Mr. W. P.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Hocquard, Mrs.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Hoover, Mr. E.
Hoover, Mrs.
Hughes, Brig. Gen. H. T., C.M.G., D.S.O.
Victoria, B.C.
Houlden, Mr. H.
Hamilton, Ont.
Houlden, Mrs.
Hamilton, Ont.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
 CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Jeffs, Mrs. W. H. M.
Toronto, Qnt.
Judson, Dr. C. F.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Judson, Mrs.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Kasner, Mr. Edward
■ New York, N.Y.
Kay ton, Mrs. T.
Savannah, Ga.
Kayton, Miss Margaret
Savannah, Ga.
Knapp, Mrs. M.
New York, N.Y.
Knapp, Mast. D. R.
New York, N.Y.
Korper, Mrs. L. J.
Hartford, Conn.
Korper, Mr. Adolphe
Flartford, Conn.
Korper, Mr. Remington
Hartford, Conn.
Krag, Mr. F. N.
Chicago, 111.
Krag, Mrs.
Chicago, 111.
Lacey, Mr. H. J.
Imperial, Sask.
Lacey, Mrs.
Imperial, Sask.
Lacey, Miss E. F.
Imperial, Sask.
Lacey, Miss I. M.
Imperial, Sask.
Lambert, Miss Kathryn
New York, N.Y.
Lang, Mrs. M.
Boston, Mass.
Lang, Miss M.
Boston, Mass.
Lanhara, Mrs. Cecelia
New York, N.Y.
Leighton, Mr. A. C.
Hastings, Eng.
Lenard, Miss B.
New Jersey, N.B.
Lilienfeld, Dr. Phil Karl
Berlin, Ger.
Lincoln, Miss Isabelle
Philadelphia, Pa.
Lokkren, Mr. J.
Macdonald, Mr. N. H.
London, Eng.
Macnachton, Mrs. E. R.
New York, N.Y.
Mackie, Dr. T. P., M.D., CM., L.M.C.C.
Maillard, Mr. Charles
Montreal, Que.
Maillard, Miss Nellie
Montreal, Que.
Manner,Mr. H. Rittervon
Rio de Janeiro, Braz.
Marsden, Mrs. K.
New York, N.Y.
Masson, Dr. P.
Montreal, Que.
McCracken, Mr. H. J.
Los Angeles, Cal.
McCracken, Mrs.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Mcintosh, Mr. J. G.
Vancouver, B.C..
McMillan, Miss M.
Nashville, Tenn.
McNeny, Mr. B.
Red Cloud, Neb.
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McNeny, Mrs.
Red Cloud, Neb.
McNeny, Miss H.
Red Cloud, Neb.
Merritt, Mr. P. L.
Monypenny, Mr. G. F.
Toronto, Ont.
Morris, Mr. C. C.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Morton, Miss M. G.
Munro, Miss K.
Ottawa, Ont.
M us grove, Miss R.
Nelson, Miss Mildred
Chicago, 111.
Newhouse, Mr. R. C.
Milwaukee, Wis.
Nickerson, Mrs. B. B.
Dedham, Mass.
Nickerson, Mr. H. G.
Dedham, Mass.
O'Brien, Mrs. R. L.
Westwood, Mass.
Olmsted Miss M. L.
Buffalo, N.Y.
Owen, Mr. K.
Owen, Mrs.
Parker, Miss A. M.
Birmingham, Eng.
Parsons, Mr. Jeffrey
Pedder,   Mrs.   E.
London, Eng.
Perrey, Miss Belle M.
Detroit, Mich.
Prince, Mr. W. B.
New York, N.Y.
Prince, Mrs.
New York, N.Y.
1                               Pohl, Miss Margaret
Dresden, Ger.
Porter, Mr. Raymond A.
Amesbury, Mass.
Porter, Dr. G. D.
Toronto, Ont.
Porter, Mrs.
Toronto, Ont.
Putnam, Miss B. H.
South Hadley, Mass.                          1
Rae, Miss E.
Toronto, Ont.
Reynell, Mr. C. H.
Memphis, Tenn.                           j
Richards, Miss Susan H.
Cincinnati, Ohio
Rigby, Miss Cora
Washington, D.C.
Roberts, Dr. Walter
Wallingford, Pa.
Roberts, Mast. Gilbert W.
Wallingford, Pa.
Roberts, Mrs. Walter
Wallingford, Pa.
Roberts, Miss Lydia W.
Wallingford, Pa.
Rose, Mrs. D. M.
Knoxville, Tenn.
Runge, Miss G.
Wolfville, N.S.
Ryan, Miss Mary
Detroit, Mich.
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PACIFIC
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P A C I F
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Saltonstall, Miss Elizabeth
Chestnut Hill, Mass
Sandt, Mr. F. B.
Paterson, N.J.
Sandt, Mrs.
Paterson, N.J.
Sandt, Miss Eleanor E.
Paterson, N.J.
Savage, Mr. W. J.
Knoxville, Tenn.
Stewart, Mrs. S. McH.
Sheed, Mr. A. F.
London, Eng.
Sheed, Mrs.
London, Eng.
Sheed, Miss A. L.
London, Eng.
Sidney, Mr. H.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Sidney, Miss E.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Sinclair, Mrs. J.
Woodstock, Ont.
Sinclair, Mrs. M.
Tronto, Ont
Slade, Miss D.
Montreal, Que.
Smith, Mr. H. S.
Bambridge, Ga.
Smith, Miss M.
Montreal, Que.
Stephens, Mr. R.
Fillmore, Cal.
Stephens, Mrs.
Fillmore, Cal.
Stimson, Miss E.
Toronto, Ont.
Strayer, Mr. F. R.
West Chester, Penn.
Strayer, Mrs.
West Chester, Penn.
Sutherland, Mr. S. L. G.
Boston, Mass.
Sutherland, Mrs.
Boston, Mass.
Taylor, Mr. F.
London, Eng.
Thomas, Mr. Walter H.
Merion, Pa.
Thomas, Mrs.
Merion, Pa.
Thomas, Miss Claire
Merion, Pa.
Thomas, Miss Florence
Merion, Pa.
Thompson, Col. A. T., K.C
Ottawa, Ont.
Thompson, Mr. R. J.
Reading, Eng.
Thompson, Mrs.
Reading, Eng.
Thompson, Mr. G. R.
Reading, Eng.
Thompson, Miss B. J.
Reading, Eng.
Tobin, Mrs. Therese L.
Scandale, N.Y.
Tolman, Dr. Henry, Jr.
Salem, Mass.
Tolman, Mrs. Henry, Jr.
Salem, Mass.
Tolman, Miss Jessie C.
Salem ,Mass.
Trails Mrs. V.
Kalso, B.C.
Trask, Mrs. A. N.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Trust, Miss R.
Baltimore, Ohio
Vanderbyl, Mrs. May
Detroit, Mich.
Veith, Mr. Frank
New York, N.Y.
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Weaver, Miss E.
West, Mr. J. A.
West, Miss J.
Whitehorn, Miss A.
Whitnall, Prof., S. E.
Williams, Mr. W.
Williams, Mrs.
Winter, Miss Diana
Winter^ Mr. Daniel R.
Winter, Mrs.
Withrow, Miss Florence E.
Wittmann, Miss J.
Woodward, Miss Ruth
Woody, Mrs. L. B.
Knoxville, Tenn.
Prince Rupert, Sask.
Prince Rupert, Sask.
Reading, Eng.
Montreal, Que.
Columbia, Miss.
Columbia, Miss.
Lake Forest, 111.
Lake Forest, 111.
Lake Forest, 111.
Toronto, Ont.
Chicago, 111.
New York, N.Y.
Washington, D.C.
C A N A D I AN     PACIFIC
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CANADA'S
GREATEST
STEAMSHIPS
CANADA'S
GREATEST
HOTEL
Empres;
Royal
Canadian Pacific
uuipi.»_      g **.\rya.M.        ~        snimpx c»»     q      Canadian racitic     r»      uticiiess
of Japan,    Q        York,       o    of Britain, o   Building  Toronte, 0   of Atholl,
662 ft.       3       395 ft.      3 755 ft.      J 230 ft. y      6q2 ft.
The above is a vivid comparison of the size of Canada's Greatest Steamships and
Canada's Greatest Hotel.
The Royal York, Toronto, is the largest in the British Empire. Over 1000 rooms
with bath. How logical that Canadian Pacific should build it in Toronto ....
mid-continent gathering-place of two great nations. Its entire second floor is
dedicated to conventions . . . banquet hall, ballroom, and concert-hall, with one
of the world's largest organs!   Convention-seating for 4070.
CANADIAN     PACIFIC
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WORLD'S   GREATEST   TRAVEL   SYSTEM
RAILWAYS, STEAMSHIPS, HOTELS, TELEGRAPHS
UNDER   ONE   MANAGEMENT
CONTROLS CANADIAN PACIFIC EXPRESS COMPANY
Through Connections—Europe, Canada, Orient—over 12,500
miles straightaway—canadian pacific all the way.
RAILWAY SERVICES—Mileage operated by the Canadian Pacific
Railway—20,805 including 5,065 miles of affiliated lines in the
United States. Serving all the important industrial, commercial and
agricultural sections of Canada, as well as many parts of the United
States. It reaches large cities, famous historic spots, wonderful
vacation and sporting resorts and some of the most magnificent
scenery in the world.
STEAMSHIP SERVICES—Over 30,000 miles—68 steamships and
4 building. Gross tonnage of vessels in service and building
over 539,895. Two passenger fleets—across the Atlantic Ocean to
Europe and across the Pacific to China, Japan and Manila. Connection at Vancouver and Victoria with Canadian-Australasian
Line to New Zealand and Australia. Inland and coastal steamships
on the Great Lakes, Pacific Coast and Atlantic Coast.
HOTELS—Fourteen—coast to coast. Thirteen Bungalow Camps
and Rest Houses at convenient locations for tourists and sportsmen.
CRUISE SERVICES—Annual Cruises Round the World; to the
Mediterranean; to the West Indies; to the Isles of the Blest—
West Africa.
TELEGRAPH SYSTEM—Over 138,564 miles of wires and 248 miles
of Cables extending the entire length of the railway, and reaching
as well every point of importance away from it.
EXPRESS SYSTEM—31,336 miles—7,044 offices and correspon-'
dents.    World-wide merchandise and financial service.
COLONIZATION—Canadian Pacific land-settlement policies,
coupled with the large acreage of fertile agricultural land still for
sale in the West, are helping to develop a richer and bigger Canada.
INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT—Manufacturers, wholesalers and
others, who contemplate opening branch factories in Canada, can
secure from this department full information regarding sites for
industries, available buildings, power rates, etc.
CANADIAN   PACIFIC—IT   SPANS   THE   WORLD.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC   EXPRESS  COMPANY
Forwards  Merchandise,  Money,  Valuables
to   all   Parts   of   the   World
Issues Money Orders, Foreign Cheques and
Travellers'   Cheques,   Payable    Everywhere
TRAVELLERS5   CHEQUES
GOOD THE WORLD OVER
Canadian Pacific Express Travellers' Cheques are world-wide
currency. They are issued in convenient denominations of $10, $20,
$50, $100 and $200, so that you need only carry a limited amount
of the actual currency of the country in which travelling, and are
payable in Canada and the United States for their face Dollar value ;
in other countries at the current buying rate for bankers' cheques in
New York. No personal identification required. Your countersignature on the cheque identifies you.
They insure you against loss, are cashed by thousands of banks
and all express companies, and accepted in payment of tickets and
accounts by railway, steamship and sleeping-car companies, tourist
agencies, first-class stores and hotels, wherever you happen to be,
which insures you against delay and inconvenience.
FOR YOUR TRIP SEE THAT YOUR TRAVEL FUNDS ARE
CANADIAN PACIFIC EXPRESS TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES
AND BE ASSURED OF TRAVEL COMFORT.
THEY COST BUT 75c. PER $100.00
For sale by all Canadian Pacific Agents
and   by   Pursers   on   Board.
CANADIAN     PACIFIC
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC
MADELEINE   DE   VERCHERES
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MADELEINE   DE VERCHERES
On the south shore of the St. Lawrence River, 21 miles from
Montreal, lies the quaint old village of Vercheres. An old fort,
close to the water's edge, and the statue of a young girl, animated
in pose and gesture, recalls the heroic story of Madeleine de
Vercheres, or, as she is otherwise known " The Heroine of Castle
Dangerous."
In 1692 Madeleine, daughter of Seigneur Rocheres, successfully
defended the fort against an onslaught by fifty Iroquois Indians.
The heroine's parents were at the time visiting Montreal. When
the alarm came, the inmates of the fort—her brothers (two mere
boys), a servant (an old man of eighty) and a number of women and
children—were in a state of panic.
Madeleine, only fourteen years of age, at once took command.
Taking a gun, she said to her brothers, " Let us fight to the death ! "
The boys were born soldiers and, inspired by their daring sister,
they made good use of the opportunity before them.
The Indians did not know how weak was the garrison of the
fort. Every few minutes " All's well " rang out from fort to blockhouse. The Indians heard it and thought the fort must be full
of watchful soldiers, so the attack was postponed until dawn.
For a week the siege continued. During that time Madeline
took but hasty meals, and contented herself with brief intervals of
sleep, sitting at a table with her head lying on her arms folded over
her gun ready for action. Day after day the Iroquois camped in
the woods till the garrison should be starved out, and whenever
they attempted to approach the fort, the crack of a musket and the
whiz of a bullet warned them to keep out of sight.
After seven days the splashing of paddles was heard in the
St. Lawrence, and a hail in French told the besieged that help
had come at last. Madeleine posted a sentry at the gate and walked
down to the river. Saluting the officer in command, she said,
" Sir, I resign my command." " Which could not have been more
bravely held," was the reply; and the soldiers marched into the
fort to relieve the worn-out defenders.
In Canadian history Madeleine will always be most famous as
the "Heroine of Castle Dangerous."
CANADIAN     PACIFIC
 CANA
DIAN     PACIFIC
WHERE
TO   STAY   IN   CANADA
Name of Hotel.
Altitude.
Season.
Recreations.
St. Andrews, N.B.
The Algonquin—
A
150
June 22-Sept. 10
Golf,  Bathing,  Boating, Yachting.      (Passamaquoddy     Bay,
McAdam. N.B.
St. Croix River.)
McAdam Hotel—
A
445
All year.
Hunting in Season.
Quebec, Que.
Chateau Frontenac—
E
300
All year.
Scenic and Historical  Interest,
Golf,     Motoring     (Plains     of
Abraham,      St.      Anne      de
Montreal, Que.
Beaupre).
Place Viger Hotel—
E
57
All year.
Historical      Monuments      and
Buildings,   Mount   Royal,   St.
Lawrence       River,       Golfing,
Boating,   Yachting,   Motoring.
City     founded     by     Maison-
Winnipeg, Man.
neuve 1642.
The Royal Alexandra-
-E
760
All year.
Golf,      Motoring,    centre      of
Canadian  West.    (Site  of  old
Regina, Sask.
Fort Garry.)
Hotel Saskatchewan -
-E
1896
All year
Golf, Motoring.
Calgary, Alta.
Hotel Palliser—
E
3425
All year.
Golf, Motoring, Fishing (Trout).
Banff, Alta.
Banff Springs Hotel—
E
4625
May 15-Oct.   1
Mountain   Drives   and   Climbs,
Golf, Bathing, Fishing (Trout),
Boating,    Riding,   (Rocky
Lake Louise, Alta.
Mountains Park).
Chateau Lake Louise— E
5670
June ,1-Oct.    1
Boating,      Mountain      Climbs,
Pony  Trails,   Fishing   (Trout),
Emerald Lake,
Lakes in the Clouds, Moraine
near Field, B.C.
Lake, Glaciers.
Emerald Lake Chalet-
-A
4262
June 15-Sept. 15
Boating, Fishing (Trout), Pony
Trails        to     Yoho      Valley,
Takakkaw    Falls,    Riding    to
Toronto, Ont.
Summit Lake and Twin Falls.
Royal York—
523
All year.
Golfing,      Motoring,      Bathing,
Fishing,       Motor        Boating,
Sicamous, B.C.
Yachting.
Hotel Sicamous—
A
1146
All year.
Rowing, Canoeing, Motor boats,
Trout       Fishing       (Sicamous
Vancouver, B.C.
Lake).
Hotel Vancouver—
E
100
All year.
Golf,         Motoring,         Fishing,
Steamboat excursion.
Victoria, B.C.
Empress Hotel—
E
Sea
Level
All year.
Golf,   Motoring,   Yachting,   Sea
and Stream Fishing.
A—American Plan.
E—European Plan.
ANDREW ALLERTON,                                       I
L F. MATHEWS,
General Manager, Eastern Hotels.     General I
Manager, Western Hotels,
Montreal
Winnipeg.
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evard to Canada
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DEPARTMENT    OF    COLONIZATION
AND    DEVELOPMENT
Passengers are recommended to avail themselves of our Colonization Agent
who meets steamers. Consult him for information as to farm lands or
opportunities in Canada.
The  CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY  has  established a   Bureau  of
Canadian information as a branch of its Department of Colonization and
Development with the object of disseminating reliable and up-to-date information as to agricultural and industrial openings in all parts of Canada.
WESTERN    CANADA   FARM   LANDS
The Company has yet for sale several million acres of choice farm lands in
Western Canada, at low prices and on long terms of payment. In certain
districts land will be sold without settlement restrictions, but the Company is
prepared to grant special concessions to those who will settle upon and
develop their farms.
EASTERN CANADA FARM LANDS
Lists of selected improved farms, available for settlement in Ontario, Quebec
and the Maritime Provinces with the names and addresses of their owners,
may be obtained on application at any office of the Department.
INDUSTRIAL    INVESTIGATION   AND   RESEARCH
Investigations, looking to the utilization of undeveloped natural resources
and waste products and new industrial processes, are being carried on by the
Research Section of the Department. Inquiries as to promising fields for
investigation in this connection are invited.
INDUSTRIAL   OPENINGS
Reliable information as to sites for new industries in all parts of Canada, and
of special business openings in the growing towns and cities along the lines
of the Canadian Pacific Railway in both Eastern and Western Canada, will
be gladly furnished on request.
CANADIAN   INTELLIGENCE    SERVICE
Well equipped Canadian reference libraries have been established by the
Department at Montreal, New York, Chicago and London, England. These
libraries contain the fullest information on all matters relating to Canada and
her undeveloped resources, and are kept supplied with the latest information
pertaining to new developments through the medium of a news service
organized through the co-operation of the other departments of the Company's
service. The information on hand in these libraries is available without
charge to those interested, and inquiries addressed to any office of the
Department will receive prompt attention.
Further information and particulars can be obtained from the Department
of Colonization and Development, Canadian Pacific Railway, which maintains
offices at Windsor Street Station, Montreal, P.Q., Winnipeg, Man., Calgary,
Alta., London, Eng.
INDUSTRIAL   DEPARTMENT
Manufacturers, wholesalers and others who are thinking of opening branch
factories in Canada to take care of Canadian and export business, can secure
from this Department full information in connection with locations for new
industries, warehouse sites with sidings, empty factories available, labour
costs, electric power rates, etc. , Interesting pamphlets on business and
industrial opportunities in Western Canada will be forwarded on request.
Industrial Department offices are maintained at Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg,
Vancouver and London Eng.
CANADIAN     PACIFIC
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Trans-Continental Train Service—In effect May 12th, 1929
WESTBOUND—DAILY
Miles
STATIONS
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9.50pm
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111-3
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11•00pm
Su.
9.00pm
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439.0
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TICKETING   ARRANGEMENTS
TRAIN    SERVICES
THE line of the Canadian Pacific Railway extends across Canada from
Saint John, New Brunswick, on the Atlantic Ocean, to the City of Vancouver
on the Pacific Ocean, and passengers are carried without change of cars from
tidewater to tidewater. There is a frequent service of express trains to all
parts.
TICKET OFFICES at important stations are open 30 minutes before
departure of trains, and passengers are requested to purchase tickets before
entering cars. Passengers should always procure tickets at regular railway
ticket offices, and ask for them via the Canadian Pacific Railway.
CANADIAN Pacific Railway train services from Quebec and Montreal reach
all important points in Canada, and connections are made for all points in
the United States.
Time tables giving the schedules of all regular trains, and the equipment
of the more important trains, may be obtained from Canadian Pacific Railway
Ticket Agent on board.
The Ticket Agent on ship will exchange passage ticket orders, sell railway
tickets to all destinations, and stamp all railway tickets issued in Europe,
make reservations in sleeping cars, and when requested will prepare itinerary
for rail journey and make arrangements with the shore staff to complete
sleeping car and hotel reservations at desired stop-over points.
LANDING   ARRANGEMENTS
Railway ticket clerks and baggage checkers, also Canadian and United
States Customs Inspectors, board the ship at Father Point for the purpose
of issuing sleeping and parlour car tickets to passengers, and arranging the
Customs inspection and checking of their baggage to destination while the
ship is en route to Quebec.
All heavy baggage not required by passengers in railway coaches on their
train journey is distributed alphabetically on the promenade deck, where
Customs inspection is made and baggage checks issued on presentation of
railway transportation. Passengers are required to attend personally to
Customs examination.
Hand baggage is carried ashore by stewards and placed in alphabetica
order on tables at the foot of the gangway, where Customs examination is
made.
Special trains carrying passengers for all points leave the steamship dock
immediately after disembarkation of passengers.
SPECIAL   DELIVERY    OF   BAGGAGE
Passengers for Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Hamilton, Winnipeg,
Vancouver and Victoria, and the larger cities in the United States, may have
their baggage checked through to any residence, hotel, steamship, dock or
railway depot in such cities ; this is a convenience. The transfer charge is
collected by the Baggage Agent at the time of checking the baggage.
CANADIAN     PACIFIC
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC
CHECKING    OF    BAGGAGE!
must have passengers' personal attention.    It will not go beyond one dock
until it has been checked or registered by passengers.
The railway baggage agents will give numbered checks to destination of
BAGGAGE.
Baggage left unchecked on the dock will be at passenger's risk.
BAGGAGE   INSURANCE
Passengers are recommended to insure their baggage, as the Company's
liability is strictly limited in accordance with contract ticket. Baggage
insurance can be arranged at any of the Company's offices or through the
Purser on board.
CUSTOMS   NOTICE    TO    PASSENGERS
CANADA
Residents of Canada are required to declare to the Customs Officer at
port of landing in Canada all articles purchased or obtained abroad whether
as gifts or otherwise.    Failure to declare goods leaves same liable to seizure.
All goods, whether liable to duty or not, are required to be presented for
Customs examination, and^ passengers are warned when in doubt as to
whether or not an article is liable to duty, it should be produced for examination by the Customs Officer.
Tourists' Outfits—Temporary Admission—Persons visiting Canada for a
limited period of time, for health or pleasure, may bring with them such
articles of tourists' outfits or sportsmen's equipment as they may require
while in Canada for their own use and not for gain or hire, upon reporting
same to the Customs Officer at the Canadian frontier port of entry, subject
to departmental regulations.
The Customs Officer may require all packages of baggage to be opened for
his examination ; and responsibility for opening, unpacking and repacking
the packages rests with the passenger or his agent.
Bribery—Any person giving, offering or promising any bribe, recompense,
reward or tip to an Officer is liable to severe penalties.
Through Baggage—Passengers en route to destinations outside of Canada
may have their checked baggage forwarded " In Bond " to a frontier port
under Customs Manifest without examination of same by a Customs Officer.
Samples (such as carried by commercial travellers) are required to be
delivered to the Customs Officer for entry purpose, and invoice or statement
in detail showing the price—wholesale—of each sample as sold for home
consumption. Such invoice or statement should be attested to by the
traveller.
Settlers' Effects—Free, if actually in use for six months before removal to
Canada, but are required to be produced upon landing to Customs Officer
for examination and entry.
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UNITED    STATES
United States Customs Inspectors are located at Canadian Atlantic Ports ;
but they are not permitted to collect duties ; therefore, in order to avoid
complications and payment of duties to the Canadian Customs, citizens of
the United States returning from Europe should pack all new goods purchased
or otherwise acquired abroad in one or more receptacles which may be checked
to destination and forwarded in bond.
All checked baggage not containing dutiable articles, or new goods in excess
of the exemption to which the owners may be entitled, will be examined and
passed by the United States Customs Inspectors, and will not be subject to
re-examination at the United States frontier or at destination.
Baggage checked to destinations in the United States is not examined by
the Canadian Customs.
Baggage carried by passengers by hand, which should not contain dutiable
articles, will be examined by the Canadan Customs at the landing port, and
by the United States Customs Inspectors on the train at the United States
border.
Passengers destined to the United States will be issued by the Purser on
the voyage a form of United States Customs Baggage ^ Declaration, which
must be completed in duplicate and presented to the United States Customs
Inspector at the time of Customs examination. All values must be shown in
United States currency.
Returning residents of the United States must declare all articles acquired
abroad, in their baggage or on their persons, whether by purchase, by gift
or otherwise, and whether dutiable or free of duty. Exemption, however,
will be allowed by Customs Officers of articles aggregating not over $100
in value, if suitable for personal or household use or as souvenirs or curios,
and whether intended for the personal use of the passengers or as gifts or
presents to others, provided the articles are not bought on commission for
another person nor intended for sale. Articles so exempt from duty must,
nevertheless, be declared. Each member of the family is entitled to the
exemption of $100 for articles purchased abroad, and when a husband and
wife and minor and dependent children are travelling together the articles
included within such exemption may be grouped and allowance made without
regard to which member they belong.
Non-residents of the United States destined to that country must declare
all articles in their baggage or on their persons which do not constitute
wearing apparel, articles of personal adornment, toilet articles or similar
personal effects, whether intended for their personal use or for others.
They must also declare all articles of wearing apparel, jewellery and other
articles of personal adornment, toilet articles and similar effects when not
owned by them, or when intended for other persons or for sale.
Professional books, implements, instruments and tools of trade, occupation
or employment, in the actual possession of persons emigrating to the United
States, owned and used by them abroad, are admitted free of duty.
CANADIAN     PACIFIC
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC
DISTANCES    VISIBLE    AT    SEA
At an elevation of 5 feet, one can see 26 nautical miles; at 20
feet, 5.1 miles; at 35 feet, 6-8 miles; at 50 feet, 8-2 miles; at
75 feet, 9-9 miles and at 100 feet, 11-5 miles.
DISTANCES    MEASURED    BY    SOUND
If the steam from a ship's whistle is seen and ten seconds elapse
before the sound is heard, she is just 2TV miles off. If one second
elapses, she is distant slightly more than one-fifth of a mile ; if five
seconds, a little more than 1 mile ;  if twenty seconds, 4^ miles.
WATCH AS A COMPASS
Point the hour hand of the watch to the sun, and south is exactly
half-way between the hour hand and the XII on the watch; e.g.,
assuming it is 9 o'clock, point the hour hand (indicating 9) to the
sun, and the point half-way between X and XI is due south; or
assume that it is 4 o'clock, point the hour hand to the sun and
the figures II indicate south.
TONNAGE
There are three kinds of measurements of ships by tonnage—
GROSS tonnage, NET tonnage and DISPLACEMENT tonnage.
GROSS tonnage is the total internal capacity below the upper
deck, and also of all enclosed deck houses above it, measured in
tons of 100 cubic feet. For example-—-2,500,000 cubic feet equal
25,000 Gross tons.
NET tonnage is obtained by subtracting from the GROSS
tonnage all spaces used for the accommodation of the officers and
crew, for gear necessary for the working of the ship, and for the
machinery, including boilers and engines.
DISPLACEMENT tonnage is the total weight of water displaced
by a ship when loaded to its utmost capacity.
KNOTS    AND    MILES
The statute mile is 5,280 feet.
The nautical mile is 6,082-66 feet. The number of feet in a
nautical mile is arrived at thus : the circumference of the earth is
divided into 360 degrees, each degree containing 60 nautical miles;
or 21,600 (360 x 60) nautical miles to the earth's circumference;
21,600 divided into 131,385,456—the number of feet in the earth's
circumference—gives 6,082-66 feet—the length of a nautical mile.
The " knot" is a rate of speed indicating one nautical mile per
hour.
6 feet—1 fathom. 10 cables—1 nautical mile.
600 feet—1 cable. 1 nautical mile—1*15 statute mile.!
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COMPARATIVE    DISTANCES
Liverpool to Quebec, Summer Season  2,625 miles
Liverpool to Saint John, N.B., Winter Season  2,756 miles
Liverpool to New York, Summer Season  3,036 miles
Liverpool to Boston, Summer Season  2,854 miles
Southampton to Quebec, Summer Season  2,768 miles
Southampton to Saint John, N.B., Winter Season  2,793 miles
Southampton to New York, Summer Season  3,091 miles
Southampton to Boston, Summer Season  2,909 miles
APPROXIMATE    DISTANCES
Quebec to Montreal     139 miles
Father Point to Quebec  158 miles
Fame Point to Quebec  330 miles
West Point, Anticosti, to Quebec  332 miles
Heath Point to Quebec  438 miles
Cape Ray to Quebec  551 miles
Point Armour to Quebec  673 miles
Belle Isle to Quebec  734 miles
Cape Race to Quebec  835 miles
Liverpool to Quebec, via Belle Isle  2,625 miles
Quebec, via Cape Race   2,858 miles
Glasgow to Quebec, via Belle Isle  2,558 miles
Quebec, via Cape Race  2,791 miles
Southampton to Quebec, via Belle Isle  2,768 miles
Quebec, via Cape Race ». 2,923 miles
Cherbourg to Quebec, via Belle Isle  2,738 miles
Quebec, via Cape Race ,  2,898 miles
Liverpool to Inishtrahull Light  200 miles
Glasgow to Inishtrahull Light  132 miles
Belfast to Inishtrahull Light  76 miles
Belfast to Liverpool  135 miles
Dublin to Liverpool  122 miles
Southampton to Liverpool  463 miles
Liverpool to Point Lynas  52 miles
Bar Lightship  14 miles
Formby Lightship  11 miles
Greenock to Glasgow  18 miles
Greenock to Liverpool  192 miles
Glasgow to Belfast  104 miles
Antwerp to Southampton   256 miles
Hamburg to Southampton  517 miles
Flushing to Southampton  190 miles
Southampton to Nab  25 miles
Needles to Cherbourg  58 miles
Nab to Cherbourg  67 miles
Southampton to Cherbourg  83 miles
CANADIAN     PACIFIC
 C A N
A D
IAN     PACIFIC
PASSENGER    OFFICES    AND     GENERAL    AGENCIES.
Passengers are cordially invited to make the Canadian Pacific Offices their
headquarters and have mail and telegrams addressed in our care.
EUROPE
Antwerp
Belgium
( W. D. Grosset »
| E. A. Schmitz j
25 Quai Jordaens
Basle
Switzerland
Dr. A. Im. Obersteg
9 Place de la Gare Centrale
Belfast
Ireland
Wm. McCalla
41-43 Victoria Street
Belgrade
Jugo-Slavia
Canadian Pacific
107 Wilsonov Trg.
Bergen
Norway
L. Kirkwold
Guldskogaarden 2
Berlin
Germany
A. W. Treadaway
Unter den Linden 39
Birmingham
England
W. T. Treadaway
4 Victoria Square
Bristol
England
A. S. Ray
18 St. Augustine's Parade
Brussels
Belgium
G. L. M. Servais
98 Boulevard Adolphe Max
Bucharest
Roumania
D. Kapeller
Calea Grivitei 157
Budapest VII
Hungary
Geza Von Braun Belatin
Baross—ter 12
Cernauti
Roumania
Trans Oceania
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France
Canadian Pacific
46 Quai Alexandre III
Cobh
Ireland
J. Hogan
10 Westbourne Place
Copenhagen
Denmark
M. B. Sorensen
Vesterbrogade 5
Danzig
Free State
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Langermarkt 41 (Steffenshaus)
Dundee
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88 Commercial Street
Genoa
Italy
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Gansemarkt 3
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France
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2 Rue Pleuvry
Helsingfors
Finland
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Kovno
Lithuania
Canadian Pacific
Laisves Aleja 15
Lemberg
Poland
C. Cramb
Grodecka 93
Liverpool
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London
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103 Leadenhall St., E.C. 3
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t Norra Vallgatan 94
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31 Mosley Street
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U.S.S.R.
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Ruscapa, 20 Kuznetsky Most
Oslo
Norway
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Jernbanetorvet 4
Paris
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A. V. Clark
24 Boulevard des Capucines
Prague II
Czech-Slovak W. Alder
Poric 22, Legio Bank Palace
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5 Meripuiste
Riga
Latvia
L. Callaghan
Aspasia Blvd. 3 P.O. Box 478
Rome
Italy
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130-131 Via Del Tritone
Rotterdam
Holland
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91 Coolsingel
Southampton
England
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Norway
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Poland
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ul Pilsudskiego No. 19
Trondhjem
Norway
Olaf Ruud
Fjordgaden 17
Vienna
Austria
F. King
6 Opernring
Warsaw
Poland
G. Hyna
117 Marszalkowska
Zagreb
Jugo-Slavia
A. W. Bradshaw
59 Gajeva Vlice
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TRAFFIC  AGENTS   FOR
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R. E. Swain
General Passenger Agent                           London
H. G. Dring
European Passenger Manager                   London
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European General Manager                       London
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Mail to be delivered at Montreal should be addressed to Room 282 Windsor Station
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Quebec C. A. Langevin
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1102 Government Street
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J. C. Patteson
C. L. Williams
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G. P. Carbrey
D. C. O'Keefe
C. E. Phelps
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International Sleeping Car Co.
1017 Healey Bldg.
405 Boylston Street
160 Pearl Street
71 E. Jackson Blvd.
201 Dixie Terminal Building
1010 Chester Avenue
1231 Washington Blvd.
Merchants Bank Building
723 Walnut Street
621 South Grand Avenue
611 Second Avenue South
Cor. Madison Av. and 44th St.
727 Woodmen of the World Bldg
1500 Locust Street
338 Sixth Avenue
55 Third Street
675 Market Street
1320 Fourth Avenue
412 Locust Street
1113 Pacific Avenue
14th & New York Ave., N.W.
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J. R. Shaw
Wm. Forbes & Co.
Holme, Ringer & Co.
K. M. Fetterly
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Wurni Shokwai
C.M.Hall
opp. Blake Pier
7 Harima-Machi
14-16 Calle David
4 The Bund, Union Bldg.
c/o Messrs. Jardine Matheson
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No. 8 Sanchome Marimonchi Koiimachi-Ku
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N.S.W J. Sclater Union House
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N.Z. Union S.S. Co. of New Zealand
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Wm. Webber General Agent Atlantic Ports
E. Stone General Passenger Agent Hong Kong
J. J. Forster Steamship General Passenger Agent Vancouver
P.D.Sutherland General Passenger Agent, Cruises Montreal
H. B. Beaumont Steamship General Passenger Agent Montreal
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