May 14 1914 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA, commanded by Samuel Robinson, began a Pacific crossing upon sailing from Vancouver on May 14th, 1914. 

A cargo of only 2,000 tons was reported, which included a shipment of automobiles. 

The Saloon passenger list is described as light.

Notable passengers embarking aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA on May 14th, 1914 at Vancouver and Victoria.

C. A. Arbogast

Of Kansas City.

W. Braid

Of Vancouver.

Dr. F. C. Engelhorn

Of Monnhern, Germany.

R. M. Frost

Of Kansas City.

M. E. Garney

Of New York.

E. J. Hasen

Of Chicago.

John Johnstone

Of Locherbie, Scotland.

G. H. Maus

Of Amsterdam, New York.

C. W. McQuown

Of Franklin, Pennsylvania.

M. E. Newman

Of New York.

L. L. Pendleton

Of San Francisco.

G. J. Rochelle

Of New York.

Theodore Rochelle

Of New York.

B. Ross

Of Yokohama.

E. Sundin

Of Portland.

Sigmund Weiss

Of New York.

L. R. Williams

Of New York.

M. Fay Wampler

Of Chicago.

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