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[Canadian Pacific dining car menu] Canadian Pacific Railway Company Limited. Dining Car Service 1926

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 VANCOUVER   & VICTORIA
PILLARS  OF A   NATION'S    GATEWAY Spring Onions 15
QUEEN  OLIVES 20
THE MOUNTAINEER
MID-DAY
RELISHES
MIXED  PICKLES   15
Radishes 15
CHOW  CHOW   15
Cream of Spinach 25
Baked  Whitefish  au  Gratin 65
SOUPS
FISH
Tomato Bouillon 25
Broiled or Fried  Lake Trout 65
ENTREES, ROASTS, ETC.
Individual Chicken Pie 85 Scrambled Eggs with Tomatoes 45
Veal Cutlets, Breaded, Tomato Sauce 65 Pineapple Fritters, Fruit Sauce 20
Roast Leg of Lamb, Mint Sauce 85
CHOPS, STEAKS, ETC.
Broiled or Fried Chicken (Half) 1.25 (20 Minutes)
BACON   (THREE)   STRIPS 35,   (SIX)   STRIPS  65 BROILED  HAM   65
SIRLOIN  STEAK  1.50 LAMB CHOPS   (ONE)  45,   (TWO)  80 SMALL STEAK  1.00
HAM   AND   FRIED    EGGS  65 BACON   AND   FRIED    EGGS 65
CALF'S LIVER WITH BACON  65
ONE STRIP BACON :WHEN SERVED WHEN SERVED WITH OTHER ORDERS, 15 CENTS
INDIVIDUAL BAKED BEANS (HOT OR COLD)   35
EGGS
BOILED   (ONE)  20;   (TWO)  35 SCRAMBLED 35 FRIED   (ONE)  20;   (TWO)  35
POACHED ON TOAST (ONE) 20,  (TWO) 40
OMELETS:  PLAIN  45 TOMATO,  PARSLEY OR CHEESE 50 JELLY OR  SPANISH  60
COLD MEATS, ETC.
IMPORTED  SARDINES  60
SLICED  CHICKEN  80 LAMB, HAM OR TONGUE 75 ROAST VEAL OR BEEF 75
SALMON OR LAKE TROUT, MAYONNAISE  65
WITH   POTATO   SALAD   15   CENTS   EXTRA
SALADS
WITH   FRENCH   OR   MAYONNAISE   DRESSING
HEAD  LETTUCE 35 LETTUCE AND TOMATO  35
COMBINATION  35 CHICKEN  60 SLICED  TOMATOES 35 BEET AND  POTATO  35
SLICED CUCUMBERS 35
THOUSAND    ISLAND   DRESSING   10   CENTS
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" THE MOUNTAINEER "
A LA CARTE
VEGETABLES
Fresh Asparagus, Drawn Butter 45
Spinach 20 French String Beans 20 New Green Peas 20
Buttered Turnips 20 Stewed Tomatoes 20
New Potatoes in Cream 30
BRITISH COLUMBIA POTATOES
BOILED OR  MASHED   15 HASHED  BROWNED OR  FRENCH   FRIED 25
DESSERTS
Berries with Cream 35
Cantaloupe (Half) 30 Baked Okanagan Apple with Cream 25
Rhubarb Pie 20 Apple Pie    20, with Cheese 30
Ice Cream 25 Special Individual Cake Service 20
Sliced Pineapple with Bran Muffins 35 Caramel Custard Pudding 20
PRESERVED FRUITS, MARMALADE, JAMS OR JELLIES 25
(lN   INDIVIDUAL   JARS)
STRAWBERRIES
CRABAPPLE JELLY
STRAWBERRY JAM
PINEAPPLE
QUINCE JELLY
RASPBERRIES
BRAMBLEBERRY JELLY
RASPBERRY JAM
ORANGE  OR  GRAPE   FRUIT   MARMALADE
PRESERVED  FIGS 35
INDIVIDUAL COMB  OR  STRAINED   HONEY  25
TOAST   15
BREAD AND BUTTER SERVICE PER PERSON
WHITE. BROWN AND RAISIN BREAD   10
HOT     BRAN    OR    CORN     MUFFINS   15
HOT  ROLLS   15
CHEESE WITH CRACKERS 25
CANADIAN  CHEDDAR KRAFT MACLAREN'S   IMPERIAL
Swiss Gruyere French Roquefort
TEA, COFFEE, ETC.
COFFEE,  POT 20     (served with cream or hot milk) COCOA,   POT  25 TEA,  POT 20
NESTLE'S   MILK  FOOD     25 HORLICK'S   MALTED   MILK 20
INSTANT  POSTUM  20 INDIVIDUAL SEALED  BOTTLE   MILK  15
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 OVER
CHARGE OR UNSATISFACTORY SERVICE REPORT THE MATTER TO THE STEWARD IN CHARGE OF THE CAR OR TO
W.  A.  COOPER,
MANAGER.
SLEEPING,   DINING.   PARLOR   CARS
RESTAURANT   AND   NEWS   SERVICE
MONTREAL
SOUVENIR COPY OF THIS MENU CARD IN ENVELOPE READY FOR MAILING, MAY BE HAD
ON   APPLICATION   TO   THE   DINING   CAR   STEWARD Pillars of
a Nation's Gateway
Vancouver and Victoria
"Ending Nowhere! "—Forty years ago,
the Western terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway
was only a clearing in the forest—Victoria hardly more
than a village. British Columbia was a mining colony
of a few thousand people. Wise heads nodded grave
concern over those 2,500 miles of rails ending nowhere.
Yet the men who built the Canadian Pacific,
then the world's longest railroad, saw what all see
now—not only a road to Vancouver, but a highway
through Canada to the Orient.
On this highway, at the Western gateway, two
great cities rear their heads. Great they are, and growing greater. They typify the wealth of a wealthy
province. But their position on the Pacific links them
directly with the nation's commerce, and brings them
within the greater circle of world trade. Half a hundred
cities and towns have sprung into being since, to turn
British Columbia's resources into wealth, but Vancouver
and Victoria still remain the largest.
Vancouver, on the mainland, with its almost landlocked harbor, is the terminal of the Canadian Pacific
rail lines. Victoria, a four hour sail across the Juan de
Fuca Strait at the southern end of Vancouver Island, is
the provincial capital. Both of them are ports for Canadian Pacific steamship services to China and Japan, and
for other services to Australia and New Zealand, Alaska,
and the coast of British Columbia. Each is the focal point
for enormous lumbering, fishing, mining, agricultural and
commercial enterprises. And each, it may be added, is
also a pleasant city to live in or to play in, for both have
a mild climate, larger bodies of water, and multitudinous
opportunities for all those outdoor activities which
recreate the body and the mind. Equally in winter
as in summer are their charming garden-embowdered
surroundings the resort of the tourist.

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