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Breakfast menu from the Mountaineer train Canadian Pacific Railway Company. The Mountaineer 1926

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•'THE  MOUNTAINEER"
BREAKFAST
PRODUCTS   OF   THE   CALEDONIA   MINERAL   SPRINGS
MAGI   "SALINE"   WATER,  SPARKLING
DUNCAN   "APERIENT"  WATER,  SPARKLING
HALF PINTS PINTS
15 25
Berries with  Cream 35
BRITISH COLUMBIA APPLES
Baked Apple 15, with Cream 25 Table Apple (One) 10, (Two) 15
CANTALOUPE (HALF) 30 ORANGE, WHOLE 15 SLICED 20 ORANGE JUICE 30
BANANA SLICED WITH CREAM 25 STEWED PRUNES WITH CREAM 25
Sliced Pineapple with Bran Muffins 35
STEWED   RHUBARB 25
CEREALS  WITH   MILK 20;  WITH  CREAM   30
GRIDDLE CAKES  WITH  CANADIAN   MAPLE SYRUP 30
FISH
Fish Cakes 40, with Bacon 50
Broiled or Fried Alberta Whitefish 65
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CHOPS, STEAKS, ETC.
Broiled or Fried Chicken (Half) 1.25   (20 Minutes)
BROILED  SIRLOIN  STEAK  1.50 SMALL STEAK  1.00 LAMB  CHOPS   (ONE)   45;   (TWO)   80
BACON   (THREE)  STRIPS 35;  (SIX)  STRIPS 65 BROILED  HAM  65
HAM  AND  FRIED  EGGS  65 SAUSAGE 60 BACON AND  FRIED   EGGS 65
ONE STRIP BACON; WHEN SERVED WITH OTHER ORDERS 15   CENTS
Griddle Cakes with  Bacon 65
ASPARAGUS OMELET 60
Roast Beef Hash, Southern Style 60
French Toast with  Currant Jelly 30
CALF'S  LIVER WITH   BACON 65
500-8 6-£6 DINING CAR SERVICE
"THE  MOUNTAINEER"
A LA CARTE
EGGS
BOILED  (ONE) .20;   (TWO)  35 SCRAMBLED 35 FRIED  (ONE)  20;   (TWO)  35
SHIRRED 40 POACHED ON TOAST  (ONE)  20;  (TWO)  40
OMELETS: PLAIN 45 TOMATO OR CHEESE 50 JELLY,  HAM  OR SPANISH  60
BRITISH COLUMBIA POTATOES
FRENCH  FRIED 25 HASHED  BROWNED 25
PRESERVED FRUITS, MARMALADE, JAMS OR JELLIES 25
(IN    INDIVIDUAL   JARS)
STRAWBERRIES PINEAPPLE RASPBERRIES
CRABAPPLE JELLY BRAMBLEBERRY JELLY QUINCE JELLY
STRAWBERRY JAM RASPBERRY JAM
ORANGE OR GRAPE FRUIT  MARMALADE
PRESERVED  FIGS 35 INDIVIDUAL COMB OR STRAINED  HONEY 25
BREAD AND BUTTER SERVICE PER PERSON
TOAST  15 HOT  ROLLS  15 CORN  MUFFINS  15
MILK TOAST 30 BRAN   MUFFINS   15 CREAM  TOAST  40
WHITE,   BROWN AND  RAISIN   BREAD  10
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  OVERCHARGE  OR  UNSATISFACTORY
SERVICE.   REPORT  THE   MATTER  TO  THE   STEWARD   IN   CHARGE  OF  THE  CAR  OR  TO
W. A.  COOPER,
MANAGER.
SLEEPING,   DINING,   PARLOR   CARS
RESTAURANTS  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 Before the Canadian Pacific ,
Think of aCanada without Vancouver and Victoria!
Without Winnipeg?    Without the wonderful cities of the plains!
Think of a Canada ending at Lake Huron, its commercial arm
reaching feebly by steamer to the head of the lakes—the fertility of its
plains growing fodder for buffaloes—its trade with the mighty West
a traffic in beavers' pelts!
That was Canada of the Eighties.
Small wonder that the sovereign rights to the Northwest Were
transferred to the Dominion of Canada for £300,000! Without transportation, Canada's boundless acres had no value. Moreover, from a national
view that stretch of wilderness was a formidable barrier to a United
Canada, for it lay between the mountain-walled colony on the Pacific
and the older provinces of the East.
Building the railroad across this unsettled, unproductive continent
was the supreme test of the growing nation's courage, its vision, and its
resources.
The Canadian Pacific was young Canada's answer to those who
questioned her political future. By binding together her widely-scattered
peoples, by uncovering the wealth of the prairies, by opening the highway from the Orient to Europe, the Canadian Pacific laid the foundation
of Canada's greatness. The achievements—and ideals—of the doughty
Canadians of the 'eighties have been the inspiration for the great works
of national development carried on by the Canadian Pacific.

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