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Passenger List, Canadian Pacific (CPOS), S.S. Duchess of York, 28 March 1931

First Class Passenger List for the S.S. Duchess of York of the Canadian Pacific Ocean Services (CPOS), Departing 28 March 1931 on a Cruise from New York to Hamilton, Bermuda, Commanded by Captain R. N. Stuart.

List of First Class Passengers
Canadian Pacific Ocean Services (CPOS)
S.S. Duchess of York
Captain R. N. Stuart

Cruise From New York to Hamilton, Bermuda
Saturday, 28 March 1931

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain R. N. Stuart, V.C., D.S.O., R.N. R., Commander
  2. Chief Officer A. C. Hague
  3. Chief Engineer J. T. Kelly
  4. Purser G. F. Philpott
  5. Surgeon E F D. Owen. M.R C.S., L.R.C.P
  6. Chief Steward J. Cunniam
  7. Special Traffic Representative Wm. Webber

List of First Class Passengers

Front Cover - 28 March 1931 Passenger List, S.S. Duchess of York, Canadian Pacific (CPOS)

  1. Abbott, Mrs. S
  2. Abbott, Miss Jane
  3. Abbott, Mr. Charles
  4. Adams, Mrs. Charles L
  5. Adams, Master Charles L
  6. Adams, Miss Yvonne
  7. Albright, Mrs. Edgar
  8. Allen, Mr. A. R
  9. Ames, Mr. Chester
  10. Ames, Mrs
  11. Ames, Miss Hermena
  12. Andrew, Jr., Mr. James D
  13. Andrew Jr., Mrs
  14. Ansubel, Dr. H
  15. Aplington, Mrs. H. W
  16. Aplington, Mrs. H. T
  17. Aplington, Master Henry
  18. Astor, Mrs. Morris
  19. Atlee, Miss Nancy
  20. Austin, Mrs. Howard A
  21. Austin, Miss Justine
  22. Bailey, Mrs. A. A
  23. Bailey, Mr. Hugh
  24. Bailey, Mrs
  25. Baker, Mrs. M. T
  26. Baker, Miss
  27. Banby, Mrs. Henry
  28. BanfiII, Dr. S. A
  29. BanfiII, Mrs
  30. Bates, Mr. D. M
  31. Bates, Mrs
  32. Bauer, Mrs. L. C
  33. Bauer, Miss Anne
  34. Baughan, Mr. M. V
  35. Baughan, Mrs
  36. Baughan, Miss Fannie
  37. Berg, Mrs. T. K
  38. Berg, Miss Maxine
  39. Bernhard, Mr. William
  40. Bernhard, Mrs
  41. Berzin, Miss Molly
  42. Bessell, Mr. Leonard R
  43. Bessell, Jr., Master L. Rufus
  44. Bessell, Miss Cynthia Louise
  45. Bickel!, Miss Mary
  46. Bigham, Dr. R. B
  47. Bigham, Mrs
  48. Biles, Miss Elizabeth H
  49. Bjorson, Miss Alice
  50. Black, Mr. Thomas
  51. Blake, Mr. Aldrich
  52. Blake, Mrs. Aldrich
  53. Blake, Miss Sally
  54. Blanc, Mrs. E. 0
  55. Blair, Mrs. J. M
  56. Blennerhassett, Mrs. R. H
  57. Bliss, Mr. R. L
  58. Bliss, Mr. W. G. A
  59. Bliss, Mrs
  60. Bolton, Mr. C. C
  61. Bolton, Mrs
  62. Boozan, Mr. Charles
  63. Bowie, Miss A
  64. Bowie, Mrs. James Parke
  65. Boyd, Mr. J. Ritchie
  66. Boyd, Mrs
  67. Boyd, Mr. H. W
  68. Boynton, Mr. John Allen
  69. Bracken, Mr. J. W
  70. Bracken, Mrs
  71. Brereton, Miss Ann
  72. Brereton, Mrs. P. H
  73. Brettney, Miss A
  74. Brewster, Mrs. Florence
  75. Brewster, Miss Mary
  76. Brewster, Mr. Kingman
  77. Broadfoot, Mrs. R. D
  78. Broadfoot, Miss Frances
  79. Brown, Mr. Arthur Emlen
  80. Brown, Mrs
  81. Brown, Jr., Master Arthur Emlen
  82. Brown, Miss Frances Pitfield
  83. Brown, Mrs. George A
  84. Brown, Miss Mary L
  85. Brown, Mr. George B
  86. Brown, Mr. Harry
  87. Brown, Mrs. and Two Children
  88. Brunner, Mr. E. H
  89. Brunner, Mrs
  90. Brunner, Miss Jean
  91. Bufano, Jr., Mr. Canior
  92. Burbank, Jr., Mr. Daniel
  93. Burbank, Mr. Lyman
  94. Burbank, Mr. D. E
  95. Burbank, Mrs
  96. Burbank, Miss Barbara
  97. Burrows, Mr. William W
  98. Burrows, Mrs
  99. Butterworth, Mr. S. F
  100. Butterworth, Miss Elizabeth G
  101. Butterfield, Miss Edith A
  102. Candlish, Mr. Henry
  103. Candlish, Mrs
  104. Candlish, Dr. H. M
  105. Candlish, Mrs
  106. Cannell, Mr. J. E
  107. Cannell, Mr. J. J
  108. Cannell, Mrs. J. E
  109. Cannel!, Mrs. J. J
  110. Carpenter, Miss Blanche M
  111. Carr, Mr. J. Maurice
  112. Catley, Mrs. F. C
  113. Cauchon, Mrs. N
  114. Champion, Mr. L. S
  115. Champion, Mrs
  116. Chapin, Miss Ruth
  117. Chase, Mr. Herbert
  118. Chase, Mrs
  119. Clark, Mrs. W. K
  120. Clark, Mr. Arthur
  121. Clarke, Mr. E. A. S
  122. Clayton, Mrs. N. S
  123. Clemes, Mr. W. H
  124. Clemes, Mrs
  125. Cline, Mrs. Stuart C
  126. Coldwell, Mr. L. R
  127. Coldwell, Mrs
  128. Coldwell, Master Fred
  129. Cole, Mr. Samuel
  130. Conant, Miss Faith
  131. Conant, Miss Emily
  132. Conant, Mrs. A. B
  133. Conant, Miss Ann
  134. Cone, Jr., Mr. H. Houghton
  135. Cone, Jr., Mrs
  136. Connor, Miss M
  137. Cook, Mrs. John H
  138. Covert, Mr. M. H
  139. Covert, Mrs
  140. Cox, Miss Nancy
  141. Cox, Mr. Channing H
  142. Cox, Mrs
  143. Creighton, Mr. D. B
  144. Creighton, Mrs
  145. Culver, Mr. George J
  146. Culver, Mrs
  147. Cunningham, Mr. F. W
  148. Cunningham, Mrs
  149. Cutler, Mrs. E. D
  150. Cutler, Miss Helen
  151. Cutler, Miss Marion
  152. Darlington, Mr. P. S
  153. Darlington, Mrs
  154. Darlington, Mr. P. S., Jr.
  155. Davenport, Mrs. A. S
  156. Davenport, Miss Betty
  157. Davidson, Mrs. Blanche
  158. Davies, Mr. E. A
  159. Davies, Mrs
  160. Davis, Miss H
  161. Davis, Third, Mr. Joseph W
  162. Davis, Mrs
  163. Davis, Mrs. Loring
  164. Dexter, Mr. Hiram
  165. Day, Mrs. Howard
  166. Day, Mr. Wilson
  167. Day, Miss Ida
  168. Dean, Miss Gertrude
  169. Dean, Miss Helen
  170. Debevoise, Jr., Mr. Paul
  171. DeSaulniers, Mr. J. V
  172. DeSaulniers, Mde
  173. DeSaulniers, Mrs. E
  174. Dexter, Mr. Hiram
  175. Dexter, Mrs
  176. Dexter, Jr., Mr. Hiram
  177. Dickinscheits, Miss Ruth
  178. Dickinson, Miss Nancy
  179. Dill, Mr. R. E
  180. Dill, Mrs
  181. Dimon, Miss Frances R
  182. Dorrance, Miss Charlotte
  183. Dodge, Mr. Philip Lyndon
  184. Dodge, Mrs
  185. Doherty, Miss Grace
  186. Dorrance, Mrs. John T
  187. Dorrance, Mrs. Ethel M
  188. Dorrance, Miss Margaret
  189. Dorrance, Jr. Mr. John Thompson
  190. Dresser, Miss Sara E
  191. Dreyfuss, Mr. Emanuel
  192. Dreyfuss, Mrs
  193. Dreyfuss, Miss Helen
  194. Drake, Mr. Francis M
  195. Drummer, Miss Helen
  196. Duerdon, Mr. C
  197. Eagles, Mrs. R. P
  198. Eagles, Miss Mary
  199. Eaton, Mr. Burrows P
  200. Eaton, Mr. Cyrus S
  201. Eaton, Miss Mary A
  202. Eddy, Mr. Randolph
  203. Eddy, Mrs. Randolph L
  204. Eddy, Miss Grace B
  205. Eddy, Master Arthur Post
  206. Ellis, Mr. Dwight W
  207. Ellis, Mrs
  208. Ellis, Miss Mary
  209. Ellis, Miss Dorothy
  210. Elms, Mr. Henry
  211. Emett, Mrs. E. H
  212. English, Mr. Theodore
  213. Farrell, Miss Mary
  214. Flowe, Miss Mary
  215. Forgan, Mr. J. D
  216. Foster, Miss Mary
  217. Francis, Miss Margaret
  218. Franton, Miss Clara
  219. Froeb, Mrs. Edith
  220. Frost, Mr. Edward M
  221. Frost, Mrs
  222. Fuller, Mrs. S. F
  223. Fuller, Miss Elizabeth
  224. Fuller, Miss Jane
  225. Fuller, Master W. Dean
  226. Gallagher, Mr. Ralph
  227. Gallagher, Mr. Barrett
  228. Gallagher, Miss Frances
  229. Garneau, Mr. Leon
  230. Garretson, Mr. Gilbert K
  231. Gefaell, Mr. Jack
  232. Gerrity, Mr. Joe
  233. Gerrity, Master Frank
  234. Gerrity, Mrs. J. W
  235. Gibby, Mr. Robert B
  236. Giles, Mrs. L
  237. Gobillot, Miss Emma
  238. Goeller, Mr. Thomas
  239. Gordon, Col. H. D. L
  240. Gordon, Mr. Hugh L
  241. Gottlieb, Mr. Bernard
  242. Graham, Mrs. R. R
  243. Grant, Mr. Louis M
  244. Grant, Mrs
  245. Grant, Master Barrett
  246. Grant, Miss Betty
  247. Grant, Miss Alice
  248. Gray, Mr. F. M
  249. Gross, Mr. Monroe
  250. Groves, Mrs. Theresa
  251. Groves, Miss Mary T
  252. Grossett, Mrs. A
  253. Grossett, Miss Alexandra
  254. Hall, Miss Edna
  255. Hall, Miss Cora E
  256. Hall, Miss Rosamond
  257. Hall, Mr. Thomas Shaw
  258. Halstead, Mrs. T. A
  259. Hamilton,. Mrs. F. E
  260. Hamilton, Jr., Mr. Frank E
  261. Hamilton, Mr. William H
  262. Hamilton, Miss Harriet
  263. Hanes, Mr. H. P
  264. Hanes, Miss
  265. Hanes, Miss Rosalie
  266. Hance, Mr. Robert C
  267. Harman, Mr. Walter
  268. Harman, Mrs
  269. Harmer, Mrs. M. A
  270. Harmer, Miss M. G
  271. Harris, Mrs. Sidney
  272. Hart, Mrs. Lillian
  273. Haytock, Miss Ethel
  274. Heflin, Miss Catherine
  275. Heinzinger, Mr. Robert
  276. Heinzinger, Mrs
  277. Henderson, Miss Nettie
  278. Henry, Miss Eleanor
  279. Hey, Mr. M
  280. Hiscock, Mr. Ira V
  281. Hiscock, Mrs
  282. Hiscock, Master William
  283. Hiscock, Miss Margaret
  284. Holding, Dr. Arthur F
  285. Holding, Mrs
  286. Hollister, Mr. F. H
  287. Hollister, Mrs
  288. Holmes, Miss Frances
  289. Holran, Mr. F. P
  290. HoIran, Mrs. J. C
  291. Hoopes, Mr. Maurice
  292. Hoopes, Mrs
  293. Howell, Mr. Harry R
  294. Hyman, Miss Evelyn
  295. Huntley, Miss Josephine
  296. Hussey, Mr. A. W
  297. Hussey, Mrs
  298. Hutchinson, Mr. A. L
  299. Hutchinson, Mrs
  300. Hutton, Mrs. H. E
  301. Ittner, Mrs. N. H
  302. Ittner, Miss L. E
  303. Jacobs, Mr. Robert
  304. Jakiel, Miss Thiela
  305. Jenings, Miss Frances
  306. Johnson, Mr. F. W
  307. Johnson, Mrs
  308. Johnson, Miss Marie
  309. Johnson, Miss Margaret
  310. Johnson, Miss E. L
  311. Johnstone, Mr. Chester D
  312. Johnstone, Mrs
  313. Jones, Jr., Mr. Clayton B
  314. Jones, Mr. C. Pinkney
  315. Jones, Master Tiffany Millar
  316. Jones, Miss Beatrice Millar
  317. Jones, Mr. Samuel T
  318. Jones, Mrs
  319. Kanouse, Mr. F. M
  320. Kanouse, Mrs
  321. Kelley, Miss Edythe
  322. Kelley, Miss Emma
  323. Kellow, Miss Lottie
  324. Kendall, Miss Peggy
  325. Kennard, Mr. William
  326. Kennard, Mrs
  327. Keppler, Mr. Richard R
  328. Kerr, Mr. J
  329. Ketchel, Miss Elizabeth
  330. Ketchel, Master William Ray
  331. Kinsey, Mr. Harold C
  332. Kinsey, Miss Caroline
  333. Klein, Mrs. W
  334. Knighton, Miss M
  335. Knoblauch, Mr. Eugene
  336. Knoblauch, Mrs. A
  337. Knoblauch, Miss C
  338. Knoke, Mrs. Edward J
  339. Knoke, Mr. C. Elliott
  340. Kramer, Miss Margaret
  341. Kretzschman, Mr. Fred H
  342. Labell, Mr. Frederick J
  343. Lane, Mr. Ralph S
  344. Lane, Mrs
  345. Lane, William
  346. Lamb, Miss Clara
  347. Lawrence, Mrs. W. Appleton
  348. Lawrence, Miss Susan
  349. Lawrence, Mr. William
  350. Lawrence, Mr. Charles C
  351. Lawrence, Miss Elizabeth
  352. Lawrence, Mrs. K
  353. Lawson, Mr
  354. Lee, Miss Madeline
  355. Lerp, Mr. William B
  356. Leatherbee, Miss Florence K
  357. Leishman, Mrs. Norman
  358. Lewis, Mr. M
  359. Lieber, Col. Richard
  360. Lieber, Mrs
  361. Long, Miss Elizabeth
  362. Lonsdale, Mr. William
  363. Loomis, Mr. Arthur H
  364. Lund, Mrs. John
  365. Lund, Miss Dorothy
  366. Mackay, Mrs. D. D
  367. Mackay, Miss Margaret
  368. Magee, Miss Sadie
  369. Magee, Mr. A. V
  370. Marsh, Mr. Kendall
  371. Marsh, Mrs
  372. Marsh, Master Cooper
  373. Marsters, Miss Georgie
  374. Mayer, Mr. Frank
  375. MacKay, Mrs. H. B
  376. MacMillan, Miss Georgina
  377. McCarthy, Mr. Fred
  378. McCarthy, Dr. William D
  379. McEntyre, Mr. John
  380. McNally, Mrs. Almeda
  381. McNicoll, Mr. Charles
  382. Meigs, Mrs. Averell
  383. Meigs, Miss Marcia
  384. Merritt, Mrs. Schuyler
  385. Miller, Miss E
  386. Mills, Mr. J. Clawson
  387. Mills, Mr. Lawrence
  388. Moister, Mr. F. Corbin
  389. Montizambert, Miss Tudor
  390. Montizambert, Miss M
  391. Morey, Mr. B
  392. Morey, Mrs
  393. Morey, Miss F
  394. Morse, Mrs. O. W
  395. Morse, Master
  396. Muir, Mrs. George
  397. Muffort, Mr. Robert C
  398. Mulford, Jr., Mr. S. K
  399. Mulford, Jr., Mrs
  400. Neave, Mr. A
  401. Neave, Mrs
  402. Northrup, Mr. C. P
  403. Northrup, Mrs
  404. Norton, Miss M
  405. Nutt, Miss F
  406. O'Hanlon, Miss Amelia
  407. O'Keefe, Miss F. L
  408. Overton, Mr. M. L
  409. Overton, Mrs
  410. Overton, Mr. W. T
  411. Owens, Miss Jane
  412. Parker, Miss Helen
  413. Parkins, Mr. E. R
  414. Palmer, Mr. V. Claude
  415. Palmer, Mrs
  416. Pearson, Mrs. K. P
  417. Pearson, Mr. John
  418. Pendleton, Miss Jerry
  419. Pensak, Dr. J
  420. Pfitzinger, Mr. R. J
  421. Pfitzinger, Mrs
  422. Phillips, Miss Myrtle
  423. Porter, Mrs. M. S
  424. Powers, Mrs. George
  425. Pressey, Mrs. A. R
  426. Preston, Miss Elizabeth
  427. Preston, Miss Mary Anna
  428. Price, Jr., Mr. Hickman
  429. Price, Mrs. R. D
  430. Price, Miss Frances
  431. Putney, Mr. W. P
  432. Quackenbush, Miss Elsie L
  433. Quackenbush, Miss Ruby M
  434. Quinn, Miss Evelyn
  435. Rasch, Mr. Roland
  436. Rath, Mr. Wilson C
  437. Rath, Mr. Charles
  438. Ray, Miss Mabel
  439. Ray, Miss Helen
  440. Rearick, Jr., Mr. Allen C
  441. Reid, Miss Betty C
  442. Rhodes, Mr. Herbert
  443. Rhodes, Mrs
  444. Rich, Miss Gladys
  445. Riker, Jr., Mr. Samuel
  446. Ripley, Miss Ruth
  447. Ritchey, Mrs. John L
  448. Roberts, Mrs. Kingsley
  449. Roberts, Master Kingsley
  450. Robertson, Mrs
  451. Roe, Miss Eleanor
  452. Rolf, Miss Martha
  453. Rohe, Jr., Mr. Charles
  454. Rohe, Jr., Mrs
  455. Rollins, Mr. Weld
  456. Rollins, Miss Sarah
  457. Rosenberg, Mr. Adolph
  458. Rosenberg, Miss Sylvia
  459. Roosevelt, Miss A. Virginia
  460. St. Lawrence, Mr. Donald
  461. Salant, Mr. Robert
  462. Salomon, Mr. Percy
  463. Salomon, Mrs
  464. Salomon, Mr. William
  465. Sandak, Mr. C. H
  466. Sandak, Mrs
  467. Sanderson, Mrs. W. W
  468. Sands, Miss Nettie
  469. Sawyer, Mrs. G. L
  470. Sawyer, Miss E. B
  471. Schaeffer, Mr. J. N
  472. Schwenk, Miss Betty
  473. Scoenijohn, Mr. Robert P
  474. Scoenijohn, Mrs
  475. Scoenijohn, Miss Roberta Helen
  476. Scott, Miss M. C
  477. Scoville, Mrs. L. M
  478. Searle, Mr. S. A
  479. Searle, Mrs
  480. Sheldon, Mr. Hunter
  481. Shevlin, Mr. James
  482. Shipmand, Miss Ruby M
  483. Simonds, Mr. F. M
  484. Simonds, Mrs
  485. Skillman, Mr. Newton
  486. Skillman, Mrs
  487. Skillman, Mr. Harry
  488. Skillman, Miss Adele
  489. Slawson, Jr., Mr. Harry
  490. Sloan, Mr. M. S
  491. Sloan, Mrs
  492. Sloan, Miss Lidie L
  493. Smith, Mr. D. J
  494. Smithers, Mrs. F. S
  495. Smithers, Miss Jane
  496. Snowden, Miss J. M
  497. Spaulding, Mr. Francis
  498. Spaulding, Mrs
  499. Spillsbury, Mrs. H. G
  500. Spillsbury, Miss Bulla
  501. Spitzer, Jr., Mr. Lyman
  502. Spitzmiller, Mr. R. S
  503. Staffs, Miss Eloise and Maid\
  504. Starr, Mr. C. S
  505. Starr, Mrs
  506. Starr, Miss Mary Law
  507. Starr, Miss Marjorie Murdock
  508. Starr, Mr. Malcolm
  509. Starr, Mr. Louis M
  510. Starr, Mr. Howard W
  511. Starr, Mrs
  512. Steele, Miss Florence
  513. Stearns, Mrs. Harry M
  514. Stearns, Miss Elizabeth
  515. Steele, Mr. F. R. Carnegie
  516. Steele, Mrs
  517. Steele, Mr. Keith C
  518. Steele, Miss Dorothea C
  519. Steinberg, Mr. S. H
  520. Steinberg, Mrs
  521. Steiner, Mr. Albert
  522. Steiner, Mrs
  523. Stern, Mr. Jonathan D
  524. Stokes, Mr. J. M
  525. Stokes, Mrs
  526. Stokes, Miss Katherine
  527. Stokes, Miss Margaret
  528. Storm, Master Garret
  529. Stowell, Mr. W. Mck
  530. Sundermann, Mr. Fred
  531. Sundermann, Mrs
  532. Sutton, Miss Mary
  533. Sutton, Miss Jane
  534. Sweeny, Miss Mabel
  535. Thwing, Dr. Charles F
  536. Thwing, Mrs
  537. Todd, Mr. Willis H
  538. Towl, Mr. Edwin I
  539. Tureman, Mrs. H. G
  540. Tureman, Miss Joan
  541. Tyson, Dr. M. Dawson
  542. Tyson, Mrs
  543. Upton, Mr. C. B
  544. Upton, Mrs
  545. Valentine, Mr. Ross
  546. Vars, Mr. Otho L
  547. Vars, Mrs
  548. Vesper, Mr. F. W. A
  549. Vesper, Mrs
  550. Vesper, Miss Josephine
  551. Vlasenack, Miss Hilda
  552. Wade, Mr. Robert S
  553. Walcott, Mrs. A. S
  554. Walen, Dr. J. E
  555. Walen, Mrs
  556. Walen, Miss E. E
  557. Wall, Mr. James E
  558. Wall, Mrs
  559. Wall, Miss
  560. Watkins, Miss Katherine
  561. Watson, Miss Edith Anne
  562. Webber, Mrs. F
  563. Weinacht, Mr. Edward
  564. Weiss, Mr. Marcel
  565. Weiss, Mrs
  566. Wells, Mr. W. H
  567. Wells, Mrs
  568. Wells, Miss
  569. Welsh, Mr. George A
  570. White, Mrs. J. P
  571. White, Mr. Victor
  572. Whitlock, Mr. Willard P
  573. Williams, Miss Gwennie
  574. Williams, Mr. Philip
  575. Williams, Third, Mr. Frederick B
  576. Williamson, Mrs. G. B
  577. Williamson, Miss Margaret
  578. Wilson, Mr. C. T
  579. Wilson, Mrs. F. B
  580. Wilson, Miss Alice E
  581. Wood, Mrs. W. G
  582. Woods, Miss Jeanette
  583. Woolley, Miss Dorothy
  584. Wright, Jr., Mr. Fred G
  585. Wuestner, Mr. C. T
  586. Wuestner, Mrs
  587. Wuestner, Miss Margaret
  588. Wuestner, Miss Dorothy
  589. Wynkoop, Mrs. Gura P
  590. Wynkoop, Master Dubois
  591. Wynkoop, Mr. Evart

Information for Passengers

Information Bureau is at your service.

Breakfast Bugle will not be sounded when only one sitting. Passengers should inform Bedroom Steward when they wish to be called.

Smoking is permitted in the Dining Saloon 45 minutes after the commencement of luncheon and dinner, but not after breakfast.

Bugle is sounded thirty minutes before lunch and dinner.

Smoking—For the general convenience of Passengers, smoking should be confined to the Smoking Room, Lounge and Card Room. It is not permitted in the Drawing Room.

Valuables and Money may be placed in the Purser's safe. Without charge, envelopes are provided which Passengers seal and sign. Company assumes no responsibility for loss or damage, however arising.

Change of Stateroom—Passengers who desire a transfer of accommodation should apply to the Purser who alone is authorized to make changes. If higher graded accommodation is desired the difference in fare must be paid.

Deck Chairs may be rented on board from the Deck Steward at $1.00 per person each way.
Rugs and Cushions, 50 cents each per person.

Deck Games—Deck Tennis, Deck Quoits, Shuffleboard and other deck games will be furnished by the Deck Steward or Deck Sailor.

Chess, Draughts, Dominoes, obtainable from Public Room Stewards.

Gymnasium—Fully equipped with modern appliances, is available for Passengers. Full information from Gymnasium Instructor. No charge is made for the use of the appliances.

Barber Shop and Beauty Parlor—On Deck A. Open all day.

Valet Service—Clothes pressed in 2 hours.

Shoe Shine—Boots cleaned if left outside stateroom.

Books of Fiction and Reference are obtainable from the Library. Books lost by Passengers must be paid for.

Surgeon—The surgeon is authorized to make customary charges for his services, subject to the approval of the Commander.

Nurses—The services of trained and qualified hospital nurses, under the direction of the Surgeon, may be obtained.

Divine Service is held on Sundays at 10:45 a.m.

Altars are carried for the religious services of Holy Mass and Holy Communion.

Life Belts are in staterooms. Bedroom Stewards will explain method of attachment.

Emergency Stations—Passengers are requested to consult plan and directions in alleyway.
Stamps are on sale in the Shop and Library.

Baggage—Trunks which Passengers do not require in their staterooms during the voyage may be stored in the baggage MOM.

Baggage will be grouped alphabetically in Customs Shed on arrival at Hamilton, Bermuda, and Passengers must attend personally to Customs examination.

Baggage Labels and Tags may be obtained upon application to the ship's Baggage Master.
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 Purser on board.

Passengers are respectfully requested to call at our Bermuda Representative's offices, Messrs. Harnett and Richardson, 26 Front Street, Hamilton, within 24 hours after arrival, in order to comply with Bermuda Government regulations.

Mail, Cables and Wireless Telegrams—Passengers are requested to enquire for mail at the Information Bureau.

Mail, cables and wireless messages are received at the Information Bureau for despatch. Cablegrams should be handed in an hour before arrival at Hamilton, Bermuda. None of the ship's employees, other than those on duty in the Information Bureau, are authorized to accept letters, cables and telegrams for despatch while the ship is at sea. Passengers are invited to leave their addresses at the Information Bureau, so that all undelivered mail, telegrams, etc., may be forwarded.

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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-69 ocean, inland and coastal steamships and 1 building. Gross tonnage of vessels in service and building over 522,595. Two passenger fleets—across the Atlantic Ocean to Europe and also to Bermuda and across the Pacific to Hawaii, Japan, China and the Philippines. 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 conveniently located from 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 and to the West Indies.

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—World-wide merchandise and financial service. 31,336 miles-7,044 offices and correspondents.

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

World Wide Fleet

World Wide Fleet

Over-all Breadth Gross
Length Registered
Tonnage

  • Empress of Britain
    , 755 ft. 97 ft. 6 ins. 42500
  • Empress of Japan
    662 ft. 83 ft. 6 ins. 26000
  • Empress of Australia
    612 ft. 75 ft. 0 ins. 21850
  • Empress of Canada
    653 ft, 77 ft. 6 ins. 21500
  • Empress of France
    600 ft. 72 ft. 4 ins. 18350
  • Empress of Asia
    590 ft. 68 ft. 2 ins. 16900
  • Empress of Russia
    590 ft. 68 ft. 2 ins. 16800
  • Duchess of Atholl
    602 ft. 75 ft. 0 ins. 20000
  • Duchess of Bedford
    602 ft. 75 ft. 0 ins. 20000
  • Duchess of Richmond
    602 ft. 75 ft. 0 ins. 20000
  • Duchess of York
    602 Ft. 75 ft. 0 ins. 20021
  • Montcalm
    580 ft. 70 ft. 3 ins. 16400
  • Montrose
    580 ft. 70 ft. 3 ins. 16400
  • Montclare
    580 ft. 70 ft. 3 ins. 16400
  • Melita
    544 ft. 67 ft. 2 ins. 15200
  • Minnedosa
    544 ft. 67 ft. 2 ins. 15200
  • Metagama
    520 ft. 64 ft. 0 ins. 12400
  • Beaverhill
    512 ft. 61 ft. 6 ins. 10041
  • BEAVERFORD
    512 ft. 61 ft. 6 ins. 10042
  • BEAVERDALE
    512 ft. 61 ft. 6 ins. 9957
  • BEAVERBRAE
    512 Ft. 61 ft. 6 ins. 9956
  • BEAVERBURN
    512 Ft. 61 ft. 6 ins. 9874
  • BOTHWELL
    425 ft. 55 ft. 2 ins. 6723
  • BOLINGBROKE
    435 It 53 ft. 6 ins. 6608

13638 Ft. 397125

If all Canadian Pacific Ocean going Steamships were placed end to end they would make a line almost three miles in length.

SMOOTHNESS of Short St. Lawrence SEAWAY

Chateau Frontenac—in Quebec

COME To Old Quebec

COME share in the sport and gaiety of old French life. Come see the strangest city on this continent—a city with crazy, serpentine streets that climb way up to the turreted Chateau Frontenac. Come enjoy the lavish hospitality of this truly baronial hostelry where the famed Winter Sports have their center .. . with pageants and carnivals. Exhilarating weeks through Spring, cool, restful Summer days .. . gay Festivals for the Autumn time. Quebec is little more than a comfortable overnight's ride away. Directly on your route too, if you are crossing to Europe. Chateau Frontenac . .. one of a famous chain of hotels maintained by Canadian Pacific

World's Greatest Travel System

Mammoth new Empress of Britain
The Short St. Lawrence Seaway to EUROPE
Newest of Canadian Pacific's Atlantic Fleet, is the mammoth Empress of Britain. Then comes the Empress of France and Empress of Australia . . sailing from Quebec direct to Southampton and Cherbourg. New lower First Class rates in effect.
4 Regal Duchesses ... 20,000-gross-tons sister ships . . with a new high standard in Cabin Class accommodations. Also Tourist Third and Third Class ... from Montreal to Belfast, Liverpool, Glasgow.
6 Cabin Class Liners ... all these lower cost favorites, carrying you to Havre, Antwerp, Hamburg, London, Southampton, Belfast, Glasgow, Liverpool.
3 to 5 Sailings Weekly—down the short St. Lawrence Seaway, the most direct route to and from Europe ... with one-third the way inside the protected waters of River and Gulf.

Winter Cruises
Round The World, Mediterranean, West Indies
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For railway, steamship or hotel reservations, address any Canadian Pacific office in United States or Canada

BANFF

a mile high in the Canadian Rockies
with the thrill of a mile-high golf course—bent grass greens before you, 8,000-foot peaks behind. Two huge swimming pools—warm sulphur, or a glacial plunge to make you feel like a cool million. And castle-like Banff Springs Hotel! ... Chefs who build menus to match—orchestras to spin mountain moonlight into magic—bridle paths for saddle horses, Alpine trails for nimble-footed ponies—Swiss guides. So come to Banff this Summer and stay. From Banff, motor 40 thrilling miles to Chateau Lake Louise, set beside the loveliest of mountain gems. You may stay here part time if you like, or at Emerald Lake Chalet.

Canadian Pacific

World's Greatest Travel System

Banff Springs Hotel—Golf Club from First Fairway of a $450,000 course.
Chateau Lake Louise—beside the loveliest of mountain gems.

LAKE LOUISE
Up 1,000 feet higher in the blue, is Chateau Lake Louise
... and easy trails lead from here to the Lakes in the Clouds.

Canadian ROCKIES BUNGALOW CAMPS
—each in some exquisite mountain nook . .. inexpensive
too and informal .. . easily reached by motor or pony trail.

ALASKA and The North Pacific Coast 1,000 miles north into Alaska on famous Princess Liners. A special 12-day cruise Aug. 11, Round Trip $125 and up. The "Triangle Route" between Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle. Vancouver Island West Coast Tours.

FAST DE LUXE TRAIN Service
—through the Canadian Rockies—with connections for California—including "Trans Canada Limited", Montreal and Toronto to Vancouver; "The Mountaineer", from Chicago and St. Paul-Minneapolis to Vancouver.

NEARBY VACATION TRIPS and RESORTS Ontario's Bungalow Camps for fishing and hunting. The Laurentian Mountains. Nova Scotia. New Brunswick. Great Lakes Service—sailing from Port McNicoll to Ft. William

Canadian Pacific
For railway, steamship or hotel reservations, address
any Canadian Pacific office in United States or Canada

Vancouver ISLAND
Empress Hotel—Victoria

Canada'S
EVERGREEN PLAYGROUND
Vancouver ISLAND, the wonderland of the North Pacific Coast. An evergreen island lying so near the tempered waters of the Japan Current that roses bloom in Victoria in December and golfers play on velvet greens the year round. Set amid green shrubs and evergreens, and overlooking Victoria's gay harbor, is the great Empress Hotel . . . a hotel whose re-enlarged, magnificent proportions match its old English manor-house welcome.
Going or returning from California, you will want to stay a fortnight or longer in Victoria, the garden city of an island wonderland . . . with famous motor roads, excellent fishing and every out-of-door sport. Too, you will enjoy the gracious hospitality of the Hotel Vancouver as you pass through beautiful Vancouver.

Canadian Pacific
World's Greatest Travel System
Through The Picture Book of the ORIENT
HONOLULU
Japan, China, MANILA

and now your stop at Honolulu brings the Orient much nearer! Too, the new white Empress of Japan has shortened the time across the Pacific . .. 21-knot speed .. . largest, fastest liner to the Far East.

4 great white Empress Liners to Japan, China and Manila, via Honolulu—Empress of Japan, Empress of Canada, Empress of Russia, Empress of Asia. Frequent sailings From Vancouver and Victoria. Attractive accommodations. Direct connections at Hong Kong for Straits ports and India.

Canadian Pacific
For railway, steamship or hotel reservations, address
any Canadian Pacific office in United States or Canada
Empress of Japan 26,000 gross tons
Diamond Head—Honolulu Harbor Hawaiian Dancing Girl

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