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Passenger List, S.S. Empress of France, 18 August 1928

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Tourist Third Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. Empress of France of the Canadian Pacific Ocean Services (CPOS), departing 18 August 1928 from Southampton to Quebec via Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain E. Griffiths, R.N.R.

List of Tourist Third Cabin Passengers
Canadian Pacific Ocean Services (CPOS)
S.S. Empress of France
Captain E. Griffiths
From Southampton to Quebec via Cherbourg
Saturday, 18 August 1928

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: Capt. E. Griffiths, R.N.R.
  • Staff Captain: W. B. Coyle, R.N.R.
  • Chief Officer: A. C. Hague
  • Chief Engineer: R. G. Hughes
  • Purser: P. C. Owen Stanton
  • Surgeon: W. P. Peake, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.
  • Chief Steward: L. F. Moss
  • Conductress: Miss M. Stericker
  • Rail Lines Ticket Agent: K. H. Ott
    Office on Deck E Square

Track Chart - Canadian Pacific

    Tourist Third Cabin Passengers

  1. Mr. H. Aldous
  2. Miss Isabella M. Allen
  3. Mr. H. T. Allison
  4. Rev. G. F. Andree
  5. Mr. M. Aronson
  6. Mrs. Aronson
  7. Master L. Aronson
  8. Miss E. Aronson
  9. Mr. O. W. Atkins
  10. Miss A. E. Bain
  11. Mr. John A. Balls
  12. Mrs. Henriette Bally
  13. Miss J. Banks
  14. Mr. G. Barber
  15. Mrs. Barber
  16. Miss Susanne Bardou
  17. Miss Yvonne Bardou
  18. Mrs. Gertie Barley
  19. Mr. C. G. Barrett
  20. Mr. D. Basford
  21. Mrs. Basford
  22. Master B. Basford
  23. Miss P. Basford
  24. Miss V. Basford
  25. Mr, Elmar Batchelor
  26. Mr. E. N. Bergstrom
  27. Mr. S. Biggs
  28. Miss T. Bochek
  29. Miss Helen Boer
  30. Mde. J. Bogaert
  31. Miss A. Bogaert
  32. Mr. O. W. Boothman
  33. Mrs. Boothman
  34. Master O. Boothman
  35. Miss Agnes Boss
  36. Mr. E. A. Boyce
  37. Miss Mary Bragington
  38. Miss E. M. Braun
  39. Miss Alma Braun
  40. Miss E. Bray
  41. Mr. W. Brendon
  42. Mrs. Brendon
  43. Master J. Brendon
  44. Master K. Brendon
  45. Mrs. Catherine Brennan
  46. Miss Jessie M. Brewer
  47. Mrs. A. M. Bright
  48. Dr. A. H. Brown
  49. Miss A. B. Brown
  50. Miss Marguerite Brown
  51. Miss R. Brown
  52. Miss I. M. Bulley
  53. Mrs. C. F. Burk
  54. Mr. E. R. Caffyn
  55. Ch. Jean Caisse
  56. Miss Florence M. Cameron
  57. Miss Mabel Cameron
  58. Miss E. Cameron
  59. Mr. Martin F. Carroll
  60. Mr. William Neil Carter
  61. Mrs. L. Casper
  62. Miss G. M. Cavell
  63. Sister Marguerite Cestron
  64. Mr. G. V. Chapin
  65. Mrs. Chapin
  66. Mr. Guy S. Claire
  67. Mrs. Claire
  68. Mrs. C. B. Cliff
  69. Miss D. J. Cliff
  70. Miss R. J. Collis
  71. Mrs. W. J. Cooper
  72. Rev. Harold Cooper
  73. Mrs. B. D. Corbett
  74. Mr. A. A. Cordrey
  75. Mrs. L. Courture
  76. Rev. W. Cowans
  77. Mrs. Mary Carpenter Craig
  78. Miss E. Cranford
  79. Miss M. Curtis
  80. Miss I. M. Dale
  81. Mr. jean David
  82. Archdeacon G. F. Davidson
  83. Mrs. A. Davis
  84. Mrs. Lloyd Davis
  85. Miss E. M. Day
  86. Miss L. E. Deike
  87. Miss V. Deike
  88. Mrs. J. Dickison
  89. Miss Helen S. Dignan
  90. Mrs. E. Dieflenbacher
  91. Mrs. L. K. Docter
  92. Miss A. Docter
  93. Mrs. M. H. Donnan
  94. Master E. C. Donnan
  95. Master B. C. Donnan
  96. Mr. W. Douglas
  97. Mrs. Douglas
  98. Miss S. Douglas
  99. Miss J. Douglas
  100. Mrs. P. Drouin
  101. Mast. P. Drouin
  102. Mr. A. Dubuc
  103. Prof. J. D. Dufour
  104. Mrs. Dufour
  105. Miss Josephine Dunbury
  106. Mrs. A. Dupont
  107. Miss Alice Dupont
  108. Miss Francesde Percier Ebbitt
  109. Mr. G. Edwards
  110. Mrs. Edwards
  111. Master G. Edwards
  112. Miss Elise M. Edwards
  113. Miss Ruth Efird
  114. Mr. George Emeny
  115. Mr. P. Empson
  116. Mrs. C. Evans
  117. Miss M. E. Evans
  118. Dr. Roy A. Falles
  119. Mrs. Falles
  120. Dr. Arthur A. Feldman
  121. Mrs. Feldman
  122. Mr. Simon Feidman
  123. Mrs. M. Fire
  124. Miss J. Fire
  125. Miss M. I. Folckemer
  126. Miss E. Foster
  127. Miss Marie L. Fowler
  128. Miss Bonny Frankenberg
  129. Mr. R. Frank
  130. Mrs. Frank
  131. Miss E. Fraser
  132. Miss Harriette Freeman
  133. Miss Helen K. Garry
  134. Miss Margaret Garvey
  135. Miss M. W. Gibbs
  136. Mr. L. A. Gibson
  137. Mrs. Mary C. Gildersleeve
  138. Miss Wilma E. Gildersleeve
  139. Mrs. May S. Gill
  140. Mrs. Leola Gillespie
  141. Mrs. Susanne Glenat
  142. Miss G. Glover
  143. Mr. A. Godwin
  144. Mrs. Godwin
  145. Mr. T. G. Gould
  146. Mrs. Gould
  147. Mr. S. R. Granger
  148. Mr. Emil Granger
  149. Mrs. Bertha Granger
  150. Sister Emma Gratton
  151. Miss M. Grayson-Smith
  152. Mr. W. Greer
  153. Miss Margery Griffith
  154. Mrs. G. L. Gunsolly
  155. Miss M. L. Gunsolly
  156. Mr. E. Hallett
  157. Mrs. Hallett
  158. Mr. C. Hansen
  159. Mrs. Hansen
  160. Mrs. L. Harding
  161. Miss R. Harnischmacher
  162. Mr. Donald Harker
  163. Mr. Ertle Leslie Harrington
  164. Miss Elisabeth H. Haskell
  165. Miss S. H. A. Hayward
  166. Mrs. J. Hazlett
  167. Mr. H. Heilyer
  168. Mrs. Heilyer
  169. Miss J. Hess
  170. Miss Mary Hevenor
  171. Miss E. M. Hick
  172. Miss A. M. E. Hill
  173. Mrs. Elisabeth Hoffmann
  174. Miss E. Holgate
  175. Dr. Paul E. Holubek
  176. Mrs. Holubek
  177. Mr. jack A. Huggett
  178. Mr. W. M. Hughes
  179. Miss Edna L. Hyneman
  180. Miss B. Ingraham
  181. Miss M. Izant
  182. Miss K. L. Jacobus
  183. Dr. G. James
  184. Miss I. L. James
  185. Miss Jeanette Jennings
  186. Miss E. Jerrell
  187. Dr. Josephine Kable
  188. Miss Elfrieda Kastner
  189. Mr. Geo. H. Keeler
  190. Mrs. Keeler
  191. Miss Elisabeth Keeler
  192. Mrs. J. W. Kellett
  193. Miss F. J. Kellett
  194. Miss Nancy F. Kennedy
  195. Miss Nettie R. Kirsch
  196. Mr. J. Knox
  197. Mr. G. W. Kramer
  198. Miss Dorothy Krause
  199. Miss H. La Barriere
  200. Sister Aurore Lagrandeur
  201. Miss A. Langford
  202. Mr. G. Larsen
  203. Mrs. Larsen
  204. Miss M. Lawrence
  205. Rev. H. Lecoq
  206. Mrs. J. A. Ledger
  207. Miss Margary K. Lee
  208. Mrs, Nellie Leehan
  209. Miss Jeanne Le Moigne
  210. Mr. R. Lenaerts
  211. Mrs. Lenaerts
  212. Master J. Lenaerts
  213. Miss Sara E. Lewis
  214. Mrs. W. J. Linford
  215. Mr. Edgar S. Linton
  216. Mrs. Henry Burrough Lloyd
  217. Miss Helena Lukens
  218. Mrs. U. N. MacDonnell
  219. Mr. B. W. MacDonnell
  220. Mrs. B. E. Machin
  221. Miss H. Machin
  222. Mr. Donat D. Mailloux
  223. Mr. Sol. Marks
  224. Mr. F. Marrington
  225. Mrs. Marrington
  226. Miss E. B. Matz
  227. Mrs. Mary A. Mawby
  228. Mr. G. R. McConvry
  229. Mrs. Mary McCracken
  230. Miss Elisabeth McCracken
  231. Mr. John McCracken
  232. Mr. G. McFarlane
  233. Miss A. C. McGinnis
  234. Miss M. McCubbin
  235. Miss C. McKay
  236. Miss E. McKee
  237. Mrs. Lena D. McLain
  238. Miss Ruth McNerney
  239. Mr. Archibald H. McVicar
  240. Mr. Robert A. McVicar
  241. Mrs. McVicar
  242. Miss Dorothy Mertz
  243. Miss Dolores Mertz
  244. Mrs. A. Messelin
  245. Mrs. E. H. Mitchell
  246. Mr. Victor C. Miller
  247. Mrs. Miller
  248. Mrs. Frank King Miller
  249. Mrs. F. M. Mills
  250. Miss G. A. Mills
  251. Miss Nellie K. Mohr
  252. Mr. R. H. Montgomery
  253. Mr. A. J. Moore
  254. Mr. J. F. Moore
  255. Miss N. K. Morris
  256. Mr. E. H. Morrison
  257. Mr. Wm. Brown Morrison
  258. Mr. H. Munro
  259. Mrs. Munro
  260. Mr. P. W. Murray
  261. Mrs. Murray
  262. Mrs. B. Musselman
  263. Miss N. Musselman
  264. Miss S. W. Neher
  265. Mr. F. Newman
  266. Mrs. H. Newman
  267. Miss L. Newman
  268. Miss B. M. Nichols
  269. Mrs. W. R. Nichols
  270. Miss F. C. Noble
  271. Mrs. H. Norman
  272. Miss Virginia Nunez
  273. Miss O. Nye
  274. Mrs. K. Oram
  275. Miss E. M. Osborne
  276. Mrs. H. W. Oxenham
  277. Mr. B. Pagrotsky
  278. Mr. J. Patterson Jr.
  279. Miss L. A. Patterson
  280. Miss Florence Pearson
  281. Miss Esther Pearson
  282. Miss Fannie G. Pease
  283. Miss B. L. Pederson
  284. Miss I. N. Pederson
  285. Mrs. M. A. Perrin
  286. Master B. Perrin
  287. Master D. Perrin
  288. Miss J. Perrin
  289. Miss H. Perrin
  290. Miss Georgia Perry
  291. Mr. N. P. Petersen
  292. Mrs. E. Phillips
  293. Mrs. Kate Mc. Pickering
  294. Mr. G. H. Pink
  295. Mrs. M. E. E. Pink
  296. Mr. B. A. Poulter
  297. Mr. C. H. Powell
  298. Mr. F. Powerman
  299. Mrs. Martha K. Pratt
  300. Miss Beatrice Preston
  301. Mrs. S. Purser
  302. Mrs. Sarah Quasser
  303. Miss Judith Quasser
  304. Sister Marie Raquin
  305. Miss Agnes Reeda
  306. Mr. C. Recs
  307. Mrs. A. A. Reeves
  308. Reeves, Mast. A.
  309. Mr. J. D. Reinberg
  310. Mr. R. C. Reinert
  311. Mrs. Reinert
  312. Master A. V. Reinert
  313. Master B. O. Reinert
  314. Miss E. Estella Reynolds
  315. Miss D. Reynolds
  316. Miss Roberta Riegel
  317. Mrs. Ellena B. Riegel
  318. Miss Ella Rebecca Riley
  319. Mrs. Emma Ritter
  320. Miss E. Roberts
  321. Mr. A. Robertson
  322. Mrs. Robertson
  323. Mrs. N. Robertson
  324. Miss Florence Robinson
  325. Mr. Stephen J. Roche
  326. Mrs. Roche
  327. Miss Larene Roche
  328. Miss D. Rodier
  329. Miss M. L. Rodier
  330. Miss Florence Roesch
  331. Mrs. Mary E. Rohn
  332. Miss Wilma Anita Rohn
  333. Miss F. K. Root
  334. Miss Florence Rosenheimer
  335. Mrs. K. Roseveare
  336. Miss M. Rudelius
  337. Mrs. M. S. Rush
  338. Miss M. J. Russell
  339. Mrs. T. H. Ryder
  340. Master Ryder
  341. Miss C. J. S. Sandeman
  342. Miss D. A. Sandes
  343. Miss H. M. Sandys
  344. Mr. Georges A. Sayers
  345. Mr. R. Scott-Moncrieff
  346. Mrs. F. A. Schmid
  347. Mrs. L. Schmid
  348. Mr. Russell Schunk
  349. Mr. G. B. Selden
  350. Mrs. Selden
  351. Master G. B. Selden Jr.
  352. Master H. W. Selden
  353. Master S. W. Selden
  354. Miss Ruth E. Semple
  355. Miss Sidney M. Simmerman
  356. Mrs. Cecil T. Simpsen
  357. Sister Therese du Sacre Coeur
  358. Sister Auguste de St. Joseph
  359. Sister Clementine Soulard
  360. Miss Adeline E. Skogmoe
  361. Miss Margaret Smallpage
  362. Mrs. Anne W. Smeltzer
  363. Miss Clara K. Smith
  364. Miss E. E. Smith
  365. Mrs. K. C. Smith
  366. Mrs. Dorothy Sorensen
  367. Capt. H. Spooner
  368. Mr. Robert Stafford
  369. Mr. W. T. Stanley
  370. Mrs. E. M. Stanley
  371. Miss Constance Stem
  372. Mrs. Grace R. Stem
  373. Miss Mary Stem
  374. Mrs. A. G. Stone
  375. Miss A. F. Stone
  376. Mr. J. Stotesbury
  377. Mrs. Stotesbury
  378. Miss M. Tait
  379. Mr. R. T. Taylor
  380. Mrs. Taylor
  381. Miss Beula Taylor
  382. Mrs. L. D. Terry
  383. Miss Marie Thomas
  384. Mrs. Kate A. Thomas
  385. Mr. T. M. C. Thompson
  386. Mr. J. W. Thomson
  387. Mr. A. Thunaes
  388. Miss J. M. Tiedtke
  389. Mr. G. G. Treverton
  390. Miss Evelyn Van Der Steeg
  391. Mr. C. Van Elslande
  392. Miss M. Van Elslande
  393. Mr. C. C. Van Norman
  394. Miss Ruth van Poole
  395. Mrs. W. Vardon
  396. Mr. A. G. Verdin
  397. Mr. G. E. Verdin
  398. Mrs. William de F. Voorhees
  399. Mrs. W. J. Voorhees
  400. Miss H. H. Walker
  401. Dr. Helen T. Warner
  402. Mr. E. G. Wassell
  403. Mrs. Wassell
  404. Master E. A. Wassell
  405. Mrs. Neal Werwye
  406. Miss S. M. Whinnery
  407. Miss M. A. C. Whielden
  408. Mr. Edwin J. Wigdale
  409. Mr. J. W. Wilkins
  410. Miss Alice E. Willard
  411. Mr. H. S. Williams
  412. Rev. R. C. G. Williams
  413. Mrs. Williams
  414. Miss D. Williams
  415. Mrs. E. J. Williams
  416. Mr. Robert W. Winters
  417. Mr. A. L. Wolk
  418. Mrs. Wolk
  419. Miss Charlotte R. Wood
  420. Mrs. A. Woods
  421. Miss Esther Wyss
  422. Mr. C. C. Young
  423. Mrs. Young
  424. Mr. M. Zaks
  425. Mrs. Zaks
  426. Miss Verna Zoller

Information for Passengers

Meals.—Meals will be served in the Dining Saloon at the following
hours:—

Meal
First Sitting
Second Sitting
One Sitting Only
Breakfast
8.00 a.m.
9.00 a.m.
8.30 a.m.
Luncheon
12.30 p.m.
1.30 p.m.
1.00 p.m.
Dinner
6.00 p.m.
7.00 p.m.
7.00 p.m.

Breakfast not served in the Dining Saloon after 10 o'clock, and bugle notsounded when only one sitting.

Afternoon Tea is served at 4 p.m.; children are served with tea in the Dining Saloon.

Table Seat Numbers.—Passengers obtain table seat numbers from Saloon Steward in the Dining Saloon.

Orchestra at Luncheon, Dinner, in the Lounge, and on Deck for Dancers.

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. East-bound.

Deck Chairs rented at $1.00 ; Rugs at $1.50. Apply to Deck Steward.

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 made except through Purser.

The Shop sells postal cards, stamps, candies, cigars, cigarettes, tobacco, pipes, magazines, toys and novelties.

Stamps.—British or Canadian postage stamps may be used.

Baggage.—Questions relating to Baggage should be referred to the Baggage Master on Board.

Deck Games and Amusements.—Deck Quoits, Shuffleboard,and other games are provided on deck. Chess, Draughts, Dominoes, etc., can be obtained on application to the Public Room Stewards.

Library.—An excellent selection of Novels by well-known authors is available for use of Passengers.

Divine Service in Dining Saloon at 10.45a.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 undortake 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.

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 davs 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 511, without which no refund of U.S. Head Tax will be considered by the U.S. authorities.

Lifebelts.—In State Rooms; Bedroom Steward will explain method of attachment.

Emergency Stations.—Consult plan and directions in alley way.

Rail Tloket Office.—To facilitate landing arrangements, all Passengers should call at the Rail Ticket Office on board for Railway tickets and Sleeping Gar 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.

Suggestions.—Passengers having suggestions to make regarding service are requested to file them with the Commander, Purser or Chief Steward promptly so that immediate attention may be given.

World's Greatest Travel System of Railways, Steamships, Hotels, and 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—20,146 including 5,091 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—74 steamships and 10 building. Gross tonnage of vessels in service and building over 510,000. 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—Thirteen and one under construction—coast to coast. Nineteen Bungalow Camps and Rest Houses at convenient locations for tourists and sportsmen.

CRUISE SERVICES—Annual Cruises Round the World ; to South America—Africa; 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—31,336 miles—7,044 offices and correspondents. 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

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 aad Montreal reach all important points in Canada, and Connections are made for all points in the United States.

Time tables giving the schedules of alt regular trains, aad 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.

BAGGAGE AND CUSTOMS

CANADIAN Pacific Railway Baggage Agents, also Canadian and United States Customs Officers will be in attendance on arrival of the ship to arrange examination and checking of baggage through to rail destination.

On arrival of the ship and immediately after Government Immigration inspection, and tickets to inland destinations have been obtained, passengers must attend personally to the Customs examination of their baggage and arrange with the Railway Baggage Agents for its forwarding.

The Baggage Agent will issue a check for each piece of baggage to be forwarded. Unless baggage is checked out by passengers it will be held at owner's risk until claimed.

U.S. Customs Officers are at Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, London, Ont., Winnipeg, Man., Banff (during Summer) 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 examination at International Boundary.

Baggage to U.S. not examined at above places must be inspected at International Boundary, otherwise it will be 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, and Victoria, and the larger cities in the United Stales, 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.

CHECKING OF BAGGAGE

must have passenger's 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.

BAGGAGE INSURANCE

Passengers are recommended to insure- their baggage, as the Company's liability it strictly limited in accordance with contract ticket. Baggage insurance can be arranged at any of tbe Company's offices or through the Purser on board.

NOTICE

Passengers are recommended to avail themselves of out Colonization Agent who meets steamers. Consult him for information as to farm lands or opportunities in Canada.

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 ofli.ce 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 nave 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 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.

Passenger List Table of Contents

  1. Front Cover
  2. Title Page, Senior Officers and Staff
  3. Passenger Information
  4. Sailings from Europe to Quebec and Montreal
  5. Sailings to Europe from Montreal and Quebec
  6. Trans-Pacific Sailings 1928/1929
  7. Canadian-Australasian Line Sailings 1928/1929
  8. Canadian Pacific Cruises
  9. Passenger Fleet and Canadian Pacific Hotels
  10. Listing of Tourist Third Cabin Passengers
  11. CPOS Services
  12. Trans-Continental Train Service
  13. Additional Passenger Information
  14. Table of Distances
  15. Additional Passenger Information
  16. Time on Shipboard
  17. Canadian Pacific Telegraphs and Canadian Pacific Express Company
  18. Passenger Agencies
  19. Department of Colonization and Development Information
  20. Railway Ticke Office and List of Canadian Pacific Publications Available
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