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Passenger List, Canadian Pacific (CPOS), S.S. Montcalm, 13 July 1923

Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. Montcalm of the Canadian Pacific Ocean Services (CPOS), Departing 13 July 1923 from Liverpool for Quebec and Montreal via Greenock, Commanded by Captain A. Rennie.

List of Cabin Passengers
Canadian Pacific Ocean Services (CPOS)
S.S. Montcalm
Captain A. Rennie
From Liverpool for Quebec and Montreal via Greenock

Friday, 13 July 1923

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: A. RENNIE O.B.E. Commander
  2. Chief Officer: P. A. Lancaster
  3. Chief Engineer: R. Wilson, D.S.O., R.N.R
  4. Purser: W. I. Paddock
  5. Surgeon: J. O. HAMILTON
  6. Chief Steward: A. W GAADE
  7. Rail Lines Ticket Agent: J. M. KEEFFE
    Office on Deck "B" Cabin Square

List of Cabin Passengers

Front Cover - 13 July 1923 Passenger List, S.S. Montcalm, Canadian Pacific (CPOS)

  1. Abbey, Mr. T.
    Port Colborne, Ont
  2. Ainslie, Mr. J. R.
    London, Eng
  3. Alexander, Rev. D.
    Grundy Center, Iowa
  4. Allan, Mr. J. B.
    Edinburgh, Scot
  5. Allen, Mrs. H.
    Toronto, Ont
  6. Appelbee, Mr. F. B.
    London, Eng
  7. Appelbee, Mrs.
    London, Eng
  8. Appleby, Mr. J. R.
    Estevan, Sask
  9. Appleby, Mrs.
    Estevan, Sask
  10. Appleby, Mr. J. R.
    Estevan, Sask
  11. Armstrong, Mr. C. F.
    Manchester, Eng
  12. Astrof, Dr. S.
    Ottawa, Ont
  13. Atkinson, Major G. B.
    London, Eng
  14. Back, Mr. E.
    Rangsly, Finland
  15. Back, Mrs.
    Rangsly, Finland
  16. Balfour, Mr. W. G.
    Manchester, Eng
  17. Barlow, Mr. F
  18. Barnett, Mrs. E.
    Toronto, Ont
  19. Barrett, Miss E.
    London, Eng
  20. Bartlet, Miss E.
    Detroit, Mich
  21. Bassett, Mr. A. R.
    Stewart, B.C
  22. Bassett, Mrs.
    Stewart, B.C
  23. Battiscombe, Mr. E. H.
    Hereford, Eng
  24. Baxter, Mr. S. W.
    Bellville, Ill
  25. Baxter, Mrs.
    Bellville, III
  26. Beith, Miss M.
    Rothesay, Scot
  27. Bell, Mrs. E. B.
    Vancouver, B.C
  28. Bizzey, Mr. G. M.
    Montreal, Que
  29. Booth, Mrs. M. E.
    Revelstoke, B.C
  30. Borthwick, 0.B.E.. D.SC. Mr. A. W.
    London, Eng
  31. Bowler, Mrs. C.
    Toronto, Ont
  32. Boyd, Mr. R. J. L.
    Ottawa, Ont
  33. Brand, Mr. J. A.
    Toronto, Ont
  34. Brand; Mrs.
    Toronto, Ont
  35. Brayshay, Mr. J.
    Dallas, Texas
  36. Brorniley, Mr. A.
    Bolton, Eng
  37. Bromiley, Mrs.
    Bolton, Eng
  38. Bruce, Mr. T.
    Juniper Green, Scot
  39. Buffum, Mrs. C. G
  40. Buffum, Miss M
  41. Bulman, Miss A. F.
    Montreal,,Que
  42. Calder, Sir J. C.
    Edinburgh, Scot
  43. Cantley, Mr. C. L.
    New Glasgow, N.S
  44. Caroe, Mr. J. F.
    Elsinore, Denmark
  45. Cartwright, Wr. E. B.
    Birmingham, Eng
  46. Cathleugh, Miss E. M.
    Detroit, Mich
  47. Chapin, Mr. H.
    Washington, Con
  48. Chapin, Mrs.
    Washington, Con
  49. Chapin, Miss C.
    Washington, Con
  50. Cheyne, Mr. W.
    Fraserburgh, Scot
  51. Cheyne, Mrs.
    Fraserburgh, Scot
  52. Cleland, Mr. W.
    Glasgow, Scot
  53. Cleland, Mrs.
    Glasgow. Scot
  54. Clements, Dr. C. G.
    Montreal, Que
  55. Clueit, Mr. N.
    Douglas, I.O.M
  56. Clueit, Mrs.
    Douglas, I.O.M
  57. Cochrane, Mr. G.
    Glasgow, Scot
  58. Cochrane, Miss V.
    Glasgow, Scot
  59. Cochrane, Miss C.
    Glasgow, Scot
  60. Collison, Mr. W.
    Stalybridge, Eng
  61. Collison, Mrs.
    Stalybridge, Eng
  62. Collison, Mstr A.
    Stalybridge, Eng
  63. Collison, Mstr K.
    Stalybridge, Eng
  64. Cooper, Mrs. G. H.
    London, Eng
  65. Cooper, Miss
    London, Eng
  66. Cork, Miss M.
    London. Eng
  67. Cornish, Miss A.
    Steeton, Eng
  68. Coulter, Mr. J. R.
    Detroit, Mich
  69. Coulter, Mrs. C.
    Detroit, Mich
  70. Courthope, m.c., M. P., Lt.-Col. G. L.,
    London, Eng
  71. Courthope, Mrs.
    London, Eng
  72. Courthope, Miss
    London, Eng
  73. Courthope, Miss E. D.
    London, Eng
  74. Crane, Miss F. N.
    Toronto, Ont
  75. Crea, Rev. J. R.
    Birmingham, Eng
  76. Criddle, Mr. A.
    Liverpool, Eng
  77. Cunliffe, Mr. J.
    Burnley. Eng
  78. Cuthbert, Miss A. B.
    Greenlaw, Scot
  79. Davis, Mr. H. E.
    Montreal, Que
  80. De Marco, Mr. A.
    Palermo, Italy
  81. Dennes, Mr. W. R.
    Healdsburg, Cal
  82. Dennes, Mrs.
    Healdsburg, Cal
  83. Derrer, Mrs. T. M.
    Sault Ste. Marie, Ont
  84. Dickinson, Mr. C.
    Oakville, Ont
  85. Dixon, Miss M. J. C.
    Sunderland, Eng
  86. Dragonas, Mrs. O.
    Montreal, Que
  87. Duncan, Mr. G.
    Broxburn, Scot
  88. Dunn, Mr. J. W.
    Calgary, Alta
  89. Dunn, Mrs.
    Calgary, Alta
  90. Dunnington- Jefferson, Miss H.
    London, Eng
  91. Duval, Mr. L. M.
    St. Johns, P.Q
  92. Ellen, Mrs. A.
    Sunderland, Eng
  93. Elliott, Dr. C. C.
    London, Eng
  94. Elliott, Mrs. E. P.
    Greenock, Scot
  95. Esten, Mr. G. H.
    Bury, Eng
  96. Esten, Mrs.
    Bury, Eng
  97. Esten, Mr. H. L.
    Bury, Eng
  98. Esten, Mrs.
    Bury, Eng
  99. Fairley, Miss G. M.
    Hamilton,. Ont
  100. Fenner,. Miss E. H.
    Toronto, Ont
  101. Ferns; Mr. J.
    Glasgow, Scot
  102. Findlay, Mr. D.
    Glasgow, Scot
  103. Fleming, Mr. R. J.
    Toronto, Ont
  104. Fleming, Miss S.
    Toronto, Ont
  105. Forbes, Mr. A. C.
    Dublin, Ire
  106. Franklin, Miss R. O.
    Hull, Eng
  107. Fulton, Miss M.
    Glasgow, Scot
  108. Furse, D.S.O., Major R. D.
    London, Eng
  109. Garden, Mr. G.
    Aberdeen, Scot
  110. Garden, Mrs.
    Aberdeen, Scot
  111. Garner, Miss M. M.
    Leicester, Eng
  112. Garner, Mr. W. H.
    Leicester, Eng
  113. Garner, Mrs.
    Leicester, Eng
  114. Garrard, Mr. A. S.
    Northampton, Eng
  115. Gaw, Miss S.
    Toronto, Ont
  116. Goodall, Miss I. C.
    Glasgow, Scot
  117. Gould, Mrs. E. L.
    Montreal, Que
  118. Govan, Mr. R. G.
    Glasgow. Scot
  119. Graham. Mr. A.
    Cranbrook, B.C
  120. Graham, Mrs.
    Cranbrook, B.C
  121. Greaves, Mrs. C.
    Leeds, Eng
  122. Greengrass, Mr. C. H.
    Liverpool, Eng
  123. Griffin, Miss O. M.
    Rugby, Eng
  124. Grimmond, Mr. W.
    Glasgow, Scot
  125. Hague, Mrs. H. J.
    Montreal, Que
  126. Hague, Miss R.
    Montreal, Que
  127. Hague, Miss H. S.
    Montreal, Que
  128. Hair, Mr. D.
    Paisley, Scot
  129. Hair, Mr. G.
    Paisley, Scot
  130. Hamilton, Lord C. N.
    London, Eng
  131. Hanly, Mrs. K.
    St. Helens, Eng
  132. Hanly, Miss M.
    St. Helens, Eng
  133. Hanly, Mstr L.
    St. Helens, Eng
  134. Hanly, Mstr B.
    St. Helens, Eng
  135. Harper, Mr. T.
    Hamilton, Aust
  136. Harper, Mrs.
    Hamilton, Aust
  137. Harris, Mr. F.
    Montreal, Que
  138. Harris, Mr. S.
    Brighouse, Eng
  139. Harris, Mrs.
    Brighouse, Eng
  140. Harrison, Mr. C. F.
    Norwich, Eng
  141. Harrison, Miss J.
    Norwich, Eng
  142. Harrison, Miss M.
    Birkenhead, Eng
  143. Harvey, v.c., m.c., Capt. F. M. W.
    Kingston, Ont
  144. Harvey, Mrs. W. L.
    Kingston, Ont
  145. Harvey, Mstr D. F.
    Kingston, Ont
  146. Hegge. Mr. C.
    Christiania, Norway
  147. Hewitt, Mr. J.
    Liverpool, Eng
  148. Holmes, Mrs. G.
    London, Eng
  149. Holmes, Mrs. E.
    Hamilton, Ont
  150. Horrocks, Mr. N. W.
    Chorley, Eng
  151. Horrocks, Mr. J.
    Bolton, Eng
  152. Horrocks, Mrs.
    Bolton, Eng
  153. Inglis, Mrs. J. T.
    Methil, Scot
  154. Inglis, Miss E.
    Methil, Scot
  155. Inglis, Mr. J. C.
    Winnipeg. Man
  156. Inglis, Mrs.
    Winnipeg, Man
  157. Inglis, Master R. J.
    Winnipeg, Man
  158. Inglis, Master G. W.
    Winnipeg, Man
  159. Ingrham, Mr. A.
    Calgary, Alta
  160. Jagger, Mr. S.
    Huddersfield, Eng
  161. Johnson, Mr. A. C.
    Copenhagen, Denmark
  162. Johnstone, Mr. W. F.
    London, Eng
  163. Jureidini, Mr. A. N.
    Manila
  164. Kelman, Mr. A.
    Altyre, Scot
  165. Kerry, Mr. A. J.
    Toronto, Ont
  166. Laing, Mrs. M.
    Toronto, Ont
  167. Lang, Mr. M.
    London, Eng
  168. Latham, Miss A.
    Toronto, Ont
  169. Lawski, Mr. L.
    Stockholm, Sweden
  170. Leak, Mrs. M. L.
    London, Eng
  171. Legat, Mr. C. E.
    London, Eng
  172. Le Maiste, Mr. E
    Winnipeg, Man
  173. Lillie, Mr. F. P.
    Toronto, Ont
  174. Livingston, Mrs. V.
    Toronto, Ont
  175. Lohman,. Miss C. M.
    New York, N.Y
  176. Lovat, K.T., K.C.M.G., Maj.-Gen. Lord,
    Beauly, Scot
  177. Lucas, Mr. H. L.
    Ottawa, Ont
  178. Luke, Mr. A.
    Winnipeg, Man
  179. Luke, Mrs.
    Winnipeg, Man
  180. Luke, Miss C.
    Winnipeg, Man
  181. Lyall, Mr. J.
    Glasgow, Scot
  182. Lynch, Miss W.
    Pontypridd, Wales
  183. MacCrimmon, Mrs. A. B. and Infant
    Williamstown, Ont
  184. MacCNone, Mr. I. D. D.
    Oxford, Eng
  185. Macdonald, Miss A.
    Ullapool, Scot
  186. Macdougall, Mr. J. S.
    Oban, Scot
  187. Macrae, Miss D.
    Ullapool, Scot
  188. Marshall, Mrs. J. K.
    Glasgow, Scot
  189. May, Mr. G. A.
    Wenatchee, Wash
  190. May, Mrs.
    Wenatchee, Wash
  191. McGloy, Miss F. B.
    Greenock, Scot
  192. McDonald, Mr. F.
    Winnipeg, Man
  193. McDonald, Mr. C.
    Greenock, Scot
  194. McDonald, Mrs.
    Greenock, Scot
  195. McEwan, Mrs. C.
    Glasgow, Scot
  196. Meldrum, Mr. H. H.
    London, Eng
  197. Melrose, Miss E.
    Hawick, Scot
  198. Metcalfe, Mr. T.
    Calgary, Alta
  199. Metcalfe, Mrs.
    Calgary, Alta
  200. Mitchell, Mr. W. A.
    Glasgow, Scot
  201. Mochrio, Mr. R. M.
    Montreal, Que
  202. Mochrie, Mrs.
    Montreal, Que
  203. Mowforth, Mr. F. P.
    Beverley, Eng
  204. Mdwforth, Mrs.
    Beverley, Eng
  205. Mowforth, Mstr A. H.
    Beverley, Eng
  206. Munn, Miss L. M.
    London, Eng
  207. Munro, D.SC., Mr. J. W.
    London, Eng
  208. Munro, Mr. N. L.
    Wayne, Alta
  209. Murrian, Mr. W. S.
    Knoxville, Tenn
  210. Musgrove, Mr. W.
    Vancouver, B.C
  211. Nestos, Dr. P. A.
    Minot, N.D
  212. Nestos, Mrs.
    Minot, N.D
  213. Neville, Miss J. R.
    Nottingham, Eng
  214. Olsson, Miss H. M.
    Stockholm, Sweden
  215. Parker, Mr. H.
    Winnipeg, Man
  216. Parker, Mr. D. W.
    Ottawa, Ont
  217. Pascal, Mr. H. A
  218. Powell, Mr. W. E.
    Hamilton, Ont
  219. Prentice, Mr. R.
    Rothesay, Scot
  220. Price, Mr. T.
    London, Eng
  221. Price, Mr. G. L.
    London, Eng
  222. Quigley, Mrs. M.
    Glasgow, Scot
  223. Quigley, Miss J.
    Glasgow, Scot
  224. Reside, Mrs. M. C.
    Carnlough, Ire
  225. Reside,. Miss M. W.
    Camlough, Ire
  226. Reside, Mstr J. W.
    Camlough, Ire
  227. Rhodes, Jnr., Mr. C. E.
    Buffalo, N.Y
  228. Rcbertson, Miss H. M.
    Westmount, Que
  229. Robertson, Miss E. McD.
    Westmount, Que
  230. Robertson, VII. W. A.
    London, Eng
  231. Robinson, Mr. A. W.
    Renfrew, Scot
  232. Robinson, Mr. J. E.
    Bishop Auckland, Eng
  233. Robinson, Mrs. M.
    St. Catherines, Ont
  234. Rodgers, Miss J.
    Glasgow, Scot
  235. Rodgers, Miss M. N
    Glasgow, Scot
  236. Rorholt, Miss M. K.
    Porsgrund, Norway
  237. Roulston, Mrs. S.
    Montreal, Que
  238. Sandie, Mr. R.
    Glasgow, Scot
  239. Sandie, Mrs.
    Glasgow, Scot
  240. Sandie, Miss M.
    Glasgow, Scot
  241. Schleicher, Mr. H. C.
    New York, N.Y
  242. Scott, Mrs. J.
    Hawick, Scot
  243. Shand, Mrs. J.
    Glasgow, Scot
  244. Shaw, Mr. G. H.
    San Francisco, Cal
  245. Short, Mr. A.
    Bridge of Earn, Scot
  246. Short, Mrs
    Bridge of Earn, Scot
  247. Short, Miss J.
    Bridge of Earn, Scot
  248. Short, Miss C.
    Ottawa, Ont
  249. Silkestone, Mr. F.
    Llantrissant, Wales
  250. Smith, Mr. H. C.
    Montreal, Que
  251. Smith, Mrs. M. A.
    Glasgow, Scot
  252. Smith, Miss M.
    Glasgow, Scot
  253. Somervell, Mr. H. A.
    Kendal, Eng
  254. Sparrow, Mrs. B.
    Gravesend, Eng
  255. Stephens, Mr. E. E.
    Calgary, Alta
  256. Storer, Mrs. C.
    San Francisco, Cal
  257. Strong, Miss M.
    Toronto, Ont
  258. Strong, Miss M.
    Toronto, Ont
  259. Stubbs, Mr. A. S.
    Sheffield, Eng
  260. Suter, Mr. G. A.
    Slough, Eng
  261. Taylor, Mr. K.
    Kingston, Ont
  262. Taylor, Mr. E. S.
    Medicine Hat, Alta
  263. Thompson, Mr. N.
    Vancouver, B.C
  264. Thomson, Mr. J. B.
    Vancouver, B.C
  265. Thornton, Miss H.
    Leeds, Eng
  266. Trevor, Mr. C. G.
    London, Eng
  267. Troup, C.I.E., M.A., Prof. R. S.
    London, Eng
  268. Tutty, Mr. G.
    Knockanargan, Ire
  269. Tweedley, Miss E.
    Glasgow, Scot
  270. Tweedley, Miss M.
    Glasgow, Scot
  271. Ward, Miss D.
    London, Eng
  272. Watson, Dr. E. M.
    Sheffield, Eng
  273. Watson, Mrs.
    Sheffield, Eng
  274. Watson, Mr. W.
    Nottingham, Eng
  275. Watson, Mrs.
    Nottingham, Eng
  276. Watson, Mstr W. S.
    Nottingham, Eng
  277. Watson, Miss G.
    Nottingham, Eng
  278. Watson, Mrs. A. E. and Child
    London, Eng
  279. Webb, Mr. J. H.
    Montreal, Que
  280. Webb, Mrs.
    Montreal, Que
  281. Webb, Miss A.
    Lancaster, Eng
  282. White, Mr. H. W.
    Vancouver, B.C
  283. White, Mr. P. A.
    Vancouver, B.C
  284. White, Mr. R.M.
    London, Eng
  285. Wilhjelm, Mrs. E.
    Lyngby, Denmark
  286. Wilson, Mr. W.
    Dunfermline, Scot
  287. Wilson, Mrs.
    Dunfermline, Scot
  288. Wilson, Miss E.
    Dunfermline, Scot
  289. Wolfe, Miss I. M.
    Berwick-on-Tweed, Eng
  290. Wood, Mrs. F. M.
    Toronto, Ont
  291. Wood, Mstr J. H.
    Toronto, Ont
  292. Wright, Mr. R.
    Dedham, Mass
  293. Wright, Miss S.
    Los Altas, Cal
  294. Yeo, Mr. F.
    Calgary, Alta
  295. Young, Mrs. A. E.
    Grand Coulee, Sask

Information for Passengers

Back Cover - 13 July 1923 Passenger List, S.S. Montcalm, Canadian Pacific (CPOS)

Seats at-Table—Arranged- by Second Steward.
Breakfast .. 8-30 am
.I.UNCHEON 1-30 -pm
Dinner

After 10 am Breakfast ,is not served in the Saloon.

Meals for Children—At first, sitting only.

Afternoon Tea is servedat 4 pm. Tea served to children in the Dining Saloon only.

Lights extinguished in Saloon is pm, Cafe and Lounge 11-3o pm, Smoke Room I2 midnight. Bar closes rr pm.

Public Rooms—Children are not admitted into the DraWing Room, Smoke Room or Card Room, after '8 pm.

Deck Chairs for hire $r.00. Steamer Rugs rented at 7/6.

Divine Service in Saloon zo.3oam Sunday.

Money Exchange—Purser exchanges a limited amount of English, Canadian, and American money.

Berthing of Passengers—No alteration can be made except officially through the Purser.

Railway Ticket Office--To facilitate landing 'arrangements all Passengers should call at the Railway Ticket Office ion board, for Railway and Sleeping Car Reservations.

The 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.

Valuables--A safe is provided in the office of the Purser, in which Passengers may deposit money and valuables for -safe keeping during the voyage, free of charge. Envelopes will be provided to be sealed -and signed by the Passenger. As no charge is made for this service the Company can accept no responsibility for loss or damage, however arising.

Wireless Telegrams—Information obtainable from Purser.

Passengers' Letters and Telegrams—Inquire for mail on arrival. Passengers are requested to furnish their name and address to the Purser in order lo facilitate delivery of letters and telegrams which reach the Company after-debarkation.

Bookstall—Books, Magazines, Postage Stamps, Candies, Toys, Novelties, etc., can be purchased from the Bookstall.

Passengers travelling to or through the United States must have Visa of American Consul on passports. They should report to Purser as early as possible.

The Canadian Pacific Telegraph Company have a representative oil. Canadian Pacific ships:on arrival to handle Passengers' telegrams.

Posting Letters at Sea—The Canadian Government notify that the Postal Administration of the United KingdOm and Canada have entered into an agreement whereby either British or Canadian postage stamps may be used for prepayment of correspondence posted on the high seas on board contract mail steamers between Canada and the United Kingdom, Whether such correspondence be posted cm the Eastbound or Westbound oassage of the mail steamers.

Customs and Baggage

Canadian Pacific baggage officials and Canadian Government Customs officials meet steamers on arrival, and arrange examination and checking of baggage through to the rail destination.
On arrival in port, immediately ,after Government inspection, and tickets to inland destinations have been obtained, Passengers should attend to the Customs examination of their baggage and arrange with the Railway Agent for its forwarding ; the Railway Agent will issue a check for each piece of baggage to be forwarded. Unless baggage be checked out by Passengers it will be held at their risk until claimed.

U.S. Customs Officers are at Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, London, Ont., Winnipeg, Man., Banff and Vancouver, B.C. Stations to examine baggage destined for U.S. Passengers travelling to the U.S. via these points are recommended to have baggage inspected there and avoid exam ination at International Boundary. Baggage to U.S. not examined at above places must be inspected at International Boundary, otherwise it will he held by Customs.

Passengers should attend personally to Customs Examination of baggage.

Special Delivery of Baggage

Passengers for Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto' Hamilton, Winnipeg, Vancouver, or Victoria, and the larger cities in the Eastern United States, may have baggage checked by any agent of this Company through to any residence, hotel, steamship, dock or railway depfit, in such cities. This is a convenience. The transfer charge is collected. by the Baggage Agent at time of checking.

Checking of Baggage

must have Passengers' personal attention. It will not go beyond the 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.

Notice

The 'services of our Colonization Agent, who will board this steamer immediately on arrival at Quebec, are at the disposal of Passengers. Consult him for information as to farm lands or opportunities.

Department of Colonization and Development Canadian Pacific Railway, Montreal
C.P.R.

TRAIN Services

The line of the Canadian Pacific Railway extends across Canada from St. 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 3o 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.

MILEAGE Books, good for New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, and Algoma Districts, but not locally in the State of Maine, are sold at principal stations, $34.10 for r,000 miles. These books are valid for one year from date of issue, for purchaser only, whose signature they must bear, and are not transferable. Mileage book coupons are not good on trains, but must be exchanged at the ticket office for passage ticket before entering cars.

Sport in Canada

The great forests of the Dominion of Canada have long been recognized as the home of big game. The prairies are the favorite hiding places of the quail, partridge, chicken, woodcock, etc. The marshes are the haunts of the wild water fowl, and the great waterways the habitat of many species of fish.

The transportation facilities to this great land of fur, feather and fin are excellent. The sportsman is placed by the Canadian Pacific Railway within easy reach of the desired game. Owing to the immense area covered by this railway from Atlantic to Pacific, a great variety of sport of all kinds is rendered easily accessible in all Provinces of the Dominion.

Good reliable guides can generally be had at reasonable wages, but this should be arranged well in advance of the trip. The Tourist Department of the Canadian Pacific at Montreal is always ready to give advice to enquirers on this as on other points connected with camping, fishing and hunting trips.

Particular attention is paid to the wants and requests of sportsmen and lists of outfitters and guides. information regarding any special districts, game laws, etc., will be supplied promptly on application to A. O. SEYMOUR, General Tourist Agent, Canadian Pacific Railway, Montreal.

Department of Colonization and Development

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 lands 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., and Loudon, Eng.

Canadian" Pacific TELEGRAPHS

The telegraph system of the C.P.R. extends along the entire length of the railway, and ...reaches every point of importance off the line of railway in the Dominion of Canada.
The Commercial Cable Co. (Mackay-Bennett system) gives the C.P.R. the most direct connection with Europe, Asia and Africa.

Direct connection with the British Pacific Cable to Australia, New Zealand, etc. ; the Commercial Pacific Cable to the Hawaiian Islands, Philippine Islands, China and Japan ; and the Commercial Havana Cable to Havana, etc.

The Postal Telegraph Co. of New York and San Francisco, enables the C.P.R. to reach all important points in the Uti,ited States.

The Halifax-Bermuda and DIRECT West Indies Cable Co. gives connection with Bermuda, Jamaica and points in the West Indies.

Direct connection with the Dominion Government Telegraph Line to the Yukon and points in Alaska.

A tariff of charges for Telegrams is posted at all Telegraph Offices, and is kept by all Sleeping and Parlor Car Porters for inspection. Senders of messages are requested to compare the charges made with the rates on tariff.

To ensure quick despatch to all points see that your telegrams are written on C.P.R. Telegraph Blanks and are handed in at C.P.R. Offices.

Dominion Express Company of Canada
Operatiting on all lines of the Canadian Pacific Railway and Ocean
Operating and other Railway and Steamship Companies. FORWARDERS OP Merchandise,

Money, Valuables, &c., promptly, carefully and at reasonable rates.

Money Orders, Foreign Cheques and Travellers' Cheques issued. Money transferred by Telegraph and Cable.

When travelling the best way to carry your funds is in Dominion Express Travellers' Cheques. They are issued in convenient denominations of Po, $2o, $5o, Poo and $200, are self-identifying, protect you against loss, and are accepted by Express Railway and Steamship Agents, Banks, Stores, Hotels, etc., throughout the world.

Full particulars on application to any C.P.R. or Dominion Express Office.

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 may be made in advance, on application to the Ticket Agent

Receipt for Passage

Receipt No. 32893 issued for Passage, etc. (£30 : 4 s. : 9 d.) Dated 5 July 1923

Canadian Pacific Railway. List of Publications :-

Resorts in the Canadian Pacific Rockies.
Pacific Coast Tours.
Lake District of Southern British Columbia.
Bungalow Camps.
Lake Windermere.
Kettle Valley Route.
Alaska Folder.
Vancouver Island.
Great Lake Folder.
Resorts in Ontario.
Resorts in Quebec.
Atlantic Coast Resorts.
Trans-Canada Limited Folder.
Open Seasons for Fishing.
Open Seasons for Hunting.
Hunting and Fishing in New Brunswick.
Golf in Canada.
What to wear in the Rockies.
Copies of the above-mentioned descriptive literature may be obtained on application to :-
J. M. KEEFFE,
Rail Lines Ticket Agent,
Office on Deck " B " Cabin Square.

Purser and Assistant Pursers are always in attendance at the Bureau to deal with enquiries and matters affecting the comfort or interest of Passengers.

It is desired that Passengers having cause for complaint will take the opportunity to report the matter, in order that it may be dealt with immediately. Passengers will appreciate that the Management cannot deal satisfactorily with complaints unless these can be investigated on the spot.

The Company invite suggestions for improvements, and request that these be addressed to the General Manager, Canadian Pacific Steamships Ltd., 8, Waterloo Place, London, Eng.

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