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Breakfast menu from Canadian Pacific Railway dining car service Canadian Pacific Railway Company 1926

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  NAD IAN PACIFIC
BREAKFAST
A-LA-CARTE
FRUITS
Grape Fruit (Half) 30
Baked Apples, with Cream 25
Pears 25 Assorted Fresh Fruit 25
Grapes 25
ORANGE JUICE 30 ORANGE, WHOLE 15, SLICED 20
BANANAS, WHOLE (2) 25 BANANA, SLICED WITH CREAM 25
STEWED PRUNES WITH CREAM 25
CEREALS
CEREALS   WITH   MILK   20,   WITH   CREAM   30
FISH
Broiled or Fried  Lake Trout, Maitre D'Hotel 65
Smoked Lake Winnipeg Goldeyes 65
Finnan Haddie, Drawn Butter 65
STEAKS,   CHOPS,   ETC.
SIRLOIN   STEAK   1.50 SMALL   SIRLOIN   STEAK   1.00
BROILED   LAMB   CHOPS   (ONE)   45,     (TWO)    80
Pork Chop 50 COUNTRY  SAUSAGES   65
HAM   65 BACON,   3   STRIPS   35,   6   STRIPS   65
(ONE   STRIP   BACON,   WHEN   SERVED   WITH   OTHER   ORDERS,   15)
HAM   AND   FRIED   EGGS   65 BACON   AND   FRIED   EGGS   65
Fried Tomatoes with Bacon 60
Calf's Liver with Bacon 65
L
EGGS
BOILED   (1)   20,   (2)   35 FRIED   (1)   20,   (2)   35 SCRAMBLED   35
POACHED   ON   TOAST   (1)   20,   (2)   40 SHIRRED   40 EGGS   AU   GRATIN   60
OMELETS   PLAIN   45 PARSLEY   50 JELLY,   HAM,   OR   MUSHROOM   60
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
ROUTE TO
EUROPE
2   DAYS
IN
SHELTERED
WATERS
OF THE
ST. LAWRENCE
FRENCH   FRIED   POTATOES 25 HASHED   BROWNED   POTATOES   25
SAUTE   POTATOES   25
BREAD   AND   BUTTER    SERVICE   PER    PERSON
TOAST   15 ROLLS   15 CORN  MUFFINS   15 BRAN   MUFFINS   15
WHITE,   RAISIN   AND   BROWN   BREAD   10
GRIDDLE   CAKES   WITH   CANADIAN   MAPLE   SYRUP   30
INDIVIDUAL   CANADIAN   COMB   OR   STRAINED   HONEY   25,   WITH   HOT   BISCUITS   35
MARMALADE,    JAMS,    JELLIES   OR    PRESERVED     FRUITS    25
(in individual jars)
MARMALADE CRABAPPLE   JELLY BRAMBLEBERRY   JELLY QUINCE   JELLY
STRAWBERRY   JAM RASPBERRY   JAM
PRESERVED   RASPBERRIES PRESERVED   STRAWBERRIES
PRESERVED    PINEAPPLE PRESERVED   CHERRIES,   RED   OR   WHITE
(WITH   HOT   BISCUITS   35)
PRESERVED   FIGS   35
L.S.5LM.— 15-11-26
TEA,   COFFEE,   ETC.
COFFEE,   POT   20   (seryed   with   cream  or   hot  milk) TEA,   POT   20
INSTANT   POSTUM   20 COCOA,   POT   25
INDIVIDUAL  SEALED   BOTTLE   MILK   15 HORLICK'S   MALTED   MILK   20
NESTLE'S   MILK   FOOD   25
FOR   BOTTLED   AND   OTHER    BEVERAGES,   SEE   SPECIAL   LIST.
WAITERS   ARE   FORBIDDEN   TO   ACCEPT   OR   SERVE   VERBAL   ORDERS.
PASSENGERS ARE REQUESTED TO INSPECT MEAL CHECK BEFORE MAKING PAYMENT, AND IN
CASE OF ANY OVERCHARGE OR UNSATISFACTORY SERVICE, REPORT THE MATTER TO THE
STEWARD    IN   CHARGE    OF    CAR    OR    TO
W. A. COOPER,
MANAGER,
Sleeping,  Dining,  Parlor  Cars,
Restaurants  and  News Service,
MONTREAL
 SOUVENIR   COPV   OF   THIS    MENU   CARD   IN    ENVELOPE    READY   FOR   MAILING    MAY   BE    HAD   ON   APPLICATION   TO    DINING   CAR   STEWARD. Saint John, New Brunswick
The port of Saint John, Eastern terminus of the
Canadian Pacific, is rapidly becoming one of the greatest ports on the
Atlantic.    Here Canadian rails meet Canadian ships.
Pleasantly situated on the northern shore of the Bay of Fundy,
at the mouth of the great Saint John River, the city is essentially a maritime one. It is the winter terminus of many lines of ocean steamers,
operating to all parts of the world, and it possesses large grain elevators,
one of the largest dry docks in the world, numerous industries, and huge
lumbering interests.
Saint John's strategic position is no accident. Begun as a trading
post in 1631 by the dauntless La Tour, it was refounded in 1783 by
incoming United Empire Loyalists. Not only is it a great transfer point
in the commerce of the world, but it is also New Brunswick's largest
city and most important manufacturing centre, both for export and domestic trade, and the headquarters of the extensive fisheries of the Bay
of Fundy.
Saint John will always have a common interest with the Canadian
Pacific, for its harbor contributes its share to the transportation chain
that "Spans the World"
Canadian Pacific

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