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The
Canadian
Canadian Gaelic
TRAINS   /   TRUCKS   /   SHIPS   /   PLANES   /   HOTELS   /   TELECOMMUNICATIONS
WORLD'S  MOST COMPLETE TRANSPORTATION  SYSTEM —
Breakfast
"Good Morning"
TABLE  D'HOTE
Fruits, Fruit Juices and Cereals
(Choice of One)
Chilled Orange, Apple, Tomato or Grapefruit Juice
Fresh Fruit in Season Stewed Prunes
Cereal with Cream
SELECTIONS
Ham or Bacon with Fried Eggs  $2.25
Chopped Ham Omelet ,  1.90
Griddle Cakes with Sausages, Maple Syrup  2.25
Ham or Bacon with One Egg  2.00
Boiled, Fried or Scrambled Eggs  175
Toast Raisin Bran Muffins Hot Rolls
Marmalade or Jam or Honey
Tea Coffee Milk
A LA CARTE
Fruits and Fruit Juices
Orange Juice, 40 Stewed Prunes, 45 Apple Juice, 35
Grapefruit Juice, 35 Tomato Juice, 35
Fresh Fruit in Season, 50
Cereals
Cereal with Cream, 50
Entrees
Eggs, Boiled, Fried or Scrambled, 85 Ham or Bacon and Two Eggs, $1.45
Chopped Ham Omelet $1.45 Ham or Bacon and One Egg, $1.30
Griddle Cakes with Sausages, Maple Syrup $1.50
Breads, etc.
Rolls, 20 Dry or Buttered Toast, 20 Raisin Bran Muffins, 20
Preserves
Orange Marmalade, 30 Honey, 35 Strawberry Jam, 30
Beverages
Coffee, Pot, 40 Tea, Pot, 40 Milk, Individual, 25
Will guests please be good enough to write on meal check each Item desired, as employees are not permitted to accept or serve orders
given verbally.
It is with pleasure and pride that we call attention to the desire and willingness of all our employees to give their utmost in service and
special attention and they, as well as ourselves, would appreciate your criticisms as well as your commendations.
T. P. JAMES, MANAGER, SLEEPING, DINING AND PARLOR CARS,
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO., MONTREAL
MLDC Petit   Dejeuner
"Bonjour"
TABLE D'HOTE
Fruits, jus de fruits et cereales
(Cho/x de un)
Jus d'oranges, de pommes, de tomates, de pamplemousse glace
Fruits frais en saison Compote de pruneaux
Cereales avec creme
ENTREES
Jambon ou bacon avec oeufs frits  $2.25
Omelette au jambon hache  1.90
Crepes avec saucisses, sirop d'erable  2.25
Jambon ou bacon avec un oeuf  2.00
Oeufs: bouillis, frits ou brouilles  175
Rdties Muffins au son et aux raisins Petits pains (chauds)
Marmelade ou confiture ou miel
The Cafe Lait
A LA CARTE
Fruits et jus de fruits
Jus d'oranges, 40 Compote de pruneaux, 45 Jus de pommes, 35
Jus de pamplemousse, 35 Jus de tomates, 35
Fruits frais en saison, 50
Cereales
Cereales avec creme, 50
Entrees
Oeufs/ bouillis, frits ou brouilles, 85 Jambon ou bacon et deux oeufs, $1.45
Omelette au jambon hache, $1.45 Jambon ou bacon et un oeuf, $1.30
Crepes avec saucisses, sirop d'erable, $1.50
Pains, etc.
Petits pains, 20 Roties, seches ou beurrees, 20 Muffins au son et aux raisins, 20
Confiture
Marmelade a I'orange, 30 Miel, 35 Confiture de fraises, 30
Breuvages
Cafe, cafetiere, 40 The, theiere, 40 Lait, individuel, 25
Nos clients voudront bien inscrire sur la formule qui leur sera remise les plats qu'ils desirent; il est defendu a nos employes d'accepter
ou de servir les commandes donnees verbalement.
Tous nos employes ont a coeur d'assurer le meiileur service possible et de donner entiere satisfaction a chacun de nos clients. Ils appre-
cieraient, comme nous-m&mes, vos critiques aussi bien que vos eloges.
T. P. JAMES, DIRECTEUR   SERVICE DES VOITURES-LITS, VOITURES-RESTAURANTS ET VOITURES-SALONS,
CANADIEN PACIFIQUE, MONTREAL
(3-68) J IA Century to Celebrate ]
The visit of
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Permit  	
to enter:   CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY ROYAL TRAIN
NOT TRANSFERABLE cmd must be presented
itry or re-entry.
Countersigned.
C. W. HARVISON,
distant Commissioner, R.C.M.P, Conation (fcbcifijc
COPY File:     77203
Vancouver, B. C.
December 29, 1966
A. Bygate, Esq*,
Vancouver, B, C,
This has reference to exchanges of correspondence
regarding the Canadian Pacific electrical inspector,
Mr* A. F. Chase, who will accompany the Confederation
Train 1967 on the Pacific Region*
Attached please find identification letter authorizing
Mr. A. F.  Chase to accompany this train.
Mr. C. Precott, Car Lighting Engineer, will be
accompanying the train from Ottawa to Vancouver and you
should arrange to have Mr. Chase meet him on arrival and
accompany him to Victoria.
Master Mechanic
A. Chase - Please arrange as outlined. Identification enclosed« Ca/iadian Ooju^jc
Vancouver, B. C.
December 21, 1966.
FILE:  S73-B
Mr. A. Chase,
Assistant Electrical Foreman,
Vancouver, B. C.
Further in connection with Confederation Train
movement 1967 •
To advise that the Car Lighting Engineer Mr. C.
Prescott, who has been closely associated with the
electrical system on this train will visit Vancouver
early in January to assist you for two or three days*
Gener Cmadum (Paxuftx:
Vancouver, B.C.
November 14th, 1966.
File: 87^-B.
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Mr. A,  Chase ^
Please note copy of the following letter received from
Mr* N. Woolley:
"This has. reference to Confederation Train 1967, that
will be operating over the Canadian Pacific and Canadian
National lines during the year 1967 commencing at Victoria,
B.C., on January 9th and terminating at Montreal, Quebec, on
December 5th.
In this connection it has been suggested that a man from
each Region be assigned to this train for the period that the
train will operate on their respective Regions*  His duties
will consist of supervising the operation smd  maintenance of the
heating, lighting and conditioning, fueling, watering, etc., of
the railroad-owned equipment, but not including the six exhibition
coaches and the power generator car, which are the responsibility
of the Centennial Commission*  However, this man would be available to assist the Government personnel if required because of his
experience with the conventional railway equipment on the
exhibition cars*
It is recommended that Mr. A. Chase, Assistant Electrical
Foreman, Drake Street, be assigned to take care of these duties.
In all probability It will be necessary for this man to see the
train and familiarise himself with his duties before the train
leaves for the tour from Ottawa, and you will be advised at a
later date in this connectione
Arrangements will be made to reserve space for this man in
the railway sleeping car. Thfl iiQcassary travel identification
papers will be obtained from the Centennial Commission, and you
will be advised."
A. Bygate. Gamdian (Pacific
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20   VMli &*£ gp
BC   (North Surrey)   *
BC ^Uv 0%f CENTENNIAL COMMISSION/COMMISSION DU CENTENAIRE
P.O. BOX 1967, OTTAWA, CANADA
TELEPHONE: AREA CODE 613 237-3110
C.P. 1967, OTTAWA, CANADA
TELEPHONE: CODE REGIONAL 613 237-3110
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Regional Engineer
W. Stewart,
Supt. Motive Power and Rolling Stock
T. R. Weise,
Supt. Transportation
Gmadicui (Pacific
VANCOUVER, B.C.
December 27th, 1966
File:  T.66/205
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
In accordance with Canadian Pacific Transportation
Notice No. 146 dated December 9th, 1966, this is to confirm
that Mr. A. F. Chase is authorized to accompany and occupy
assigned space on the Confederation Train 1967.
Superintendent
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