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Breakfast from the Canadian Pacific Railway Company dining car service Canadian Pacific Railway Company 1928

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Array j£ake JLoutie 1       CANADIAN PACIFIC
DINING CAR SER
SOO PACIFIC EXPRESS
SOO PACIFIC EXPRESS
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BREAKFAST
A   LA   CARTE
Berries with  Cream  35
Orange Juice  35
Stewed Prunes with  Cream  30
Chilled Cantaloupe (Half)   30
Orange,   Whole, 15;   Sliced   20
Banana Sliced with  Cream  25
Sliced Pineapple with Bran Muffins... 35
Casaba Melon  25
Sliced Fresh Peaches with Cream  35
Cereals with Milk 20;    with  Cream  30
Griddle Cakes with Canadian  Maple Syrup  35
FISH
Grilled Lake Trout  70
Broiled or Fried Alberta Whitefish  70
Fish Cakes 40;   with  Bacon  50
FROM   THE   GRILL
Broiled Sirloin  Steak  1.50 Small Steak        1.00
Lamb Chops (1) 45;   (2)  85 Bacon (3) Strips 35;   (6) Strips  65
Broiled Ham  65 Ham and Fried Eggs  65
Sausage  60 Bacon and Fried Eggs  65
Broiled or Fried Chicken   (Half)  (20 Minutes) 1.25
One Strip Bacon when Served with Other Orders  15    /
Griddle Cakes with Bacon  70
Corned  Beef Hash with Poached  Egg       65
Calf's Liver with  Bacon  65
Mushroom Omelet  60 French Toast with Bacon  65
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   POTATOES
French  Fried	
Hashed Browned.
2-6
  25
  25
400-15-7-28
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
ROUTE TO
EUROPE
TWO DAYS
IN
SHELTERED
WATERS
OF THE
ST. LAWRENCE
EGGS
BOILED  (1)  20,    (2)  35 SCRAMBLED  35
FRIED  (1)  20;     (2)   35 SHIRRED  40
POACHED ON TOAST (1)  20;   (2)  40 OMELET,   PLAIN  45
TOMATO OR  CHEESE OMELET    ....  50 JELLY,  HAM OR  SPANISH   OMELET   60
PRESERVED   FRUITS,   MARMALADE,   JAMS   OR   JELLIES   25
( IN   INDIVIDUAL  JARS )
CHERRIES                        PINEAPPLE                                       STRAWBERRIES CRABAPPLE   JELLY
RASPBERRIES                                                 BRAMBLEBERRY  JELLY STRAWBERRY  JAM
QUINCE   JELLY RASPBERRY  JAM
ORANGE   OR   GRAPE   FRUIT   MARMALADE
PRESERVED FIGS      40
INDIVIDUAL COMB  OR   STRAINED   HONEY   25;    WITH    CORN    MUFFINS ...35
BREAD   AND   BUTTER   SERVICE   PER   PERSON
TOAST   15 HOT ROLLS   15
CORN  MUFFINS  15 MILK   TOAST  30
FIG BRAN  MUFFINS   15 CREAM   TOAST  40
WHITE,  BROWN,  HOVIS AND RAISIN  BREAD 15 RY-KRISP  HEALTH  BREAD  15
TEA,   COFFEE,   ETC.
COFFEE, POT 25  (served with cream or hot milk)
COCOA.   POT      25 TEA,  POT !.  25
NESTLE'S  MILK FOOD  25 HORLICK'S   MALTED   MILK   20
INSTANT POSTUM     25 INDIVIDUAL SEALED   BOTTLE   MILK         15
IT is with pleasure and pride that we call attention ttitHEREVER you travel on the Canadian Pacific,
to the desire and willingness of all our employees VV y0u will find the same desire to maintain that
to give their utmost in service and special attention excellence of service for which the Company has been
and they as well as ourselves would appreciate your noted for over forty years. The seemingly effortless
criticisms as well as your commendations. perfection   of   Canadian   Pacific   service  is   simply   an
infinite capacity for taking pains.
IT will be a great aid to the service and will avoid any possibility of mistakes if passengers
will   kindly   ask   for   meal   order   blanks,   and   upon   them   will   write   their   orders,   because
stewards and waiters are not allowed to serve any food without a meal check.
W. A. COOPER, Manager, Sleeping, Dining, Parlor Cars,
Station Restaurants and News Service, Montreal.
SOUVENIR   COPY   OF   THIS   MENU   CARD    IN    ENVELOPE    READY    FOR    MAILING    MAY   BE   HAD
ON   APPLICATION   TO   DINING   CAR   STEWARD
_fcd Lake Louise
Pearl  of the  Rockies
Lake Louise, situated at an altitude of 5670 feet above sea level,
and bearing the liquid music, the soft notes of its name, into the realm of
the visible, is amongst the most perfect gems of scenery in the world. A
lake of the deepest and most exquisite turquoise coloring, coloring that ever
defies analysis and is ever changing, it mirrors in its wonderful depths the
sombre forests and cliffs that rise from its shores on either side, the gleaming
glacier and tremendous snow-crowned peaks that fill the background, and
the blue sky and fleecy clouds overhead.
Nor is Lake Louise the only attraction. Easily reached from it by road
or trail are the charming Lakes in the Clouds, the Ten-Peak encircled Moraine
Lake, Paradise Valley, Mount Saddleback, and a score of other magnificent
and well known objectives.
On the margin of the lake, in one of those Alpine flower-gardens in which
the Rockies abound, is the Chateau Lake Louise—a Canadian Pacific hotel
A splendid fire-proof building has been opened this year to replace the former
central portion of the Chateau.
Canadian Pacific

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