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Front cover of a menu from the Dominion train Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Dining Car Service 1938

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THE DOMINION
Table d'Hote Luncheons
75c
Fruit or Chicken Salad
■
Caramel Cr   dxd Pudding
Ice Cream with Cake
Apj
Bread
Rolls
Tea, Coffee or Milk
Buttermilk
85c
Broiled Lake Superior Trout, Maitre d'Hotel
Fried Lake Whitefish, Parsley Butter
Steamed Finnan Haddie, Drawn Butter        Smoked Lake Winnipeg Goldeye
Mashed or Boiled Potatoes Mashed Turnips or Spinach
Caramel Custard Pudding Apple Pie
Ice Cream with Cake
Bread Rolls
Tea, Coffee or Milk Buttermilk
$1.00
Consomme Vegetable Soup
Beef Stew with Dumpling
Special C.P.R. Sausages with Bacon
Roast Leg of Lamb, Mint Sauce
Assorted Cold Meats with Potato Salad
Mashed or Boiled Potatoes Mashed Turnips or Spinach
Caramel Custard Pudding Apple Pie
Ice Cream with Cake
Bread Rolls
Tea, Coffee or Milk Buttermilk
Waiters are forbidden to serve verbal orders.    Passengers will kindly write their orders on
meal check.
Children under 12 years of age will be served meals at half price, if ordered on special
meal check.
T. M. McKEOWN, Manager, Sleeping, Dining and Parlor Cars, Monh
3-4—Wpg. 23-38.
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A   N   A   D   I   A   N        PACIFIC
J7WWWWWW  THE  DOMINION
TABLE  D'HOTE  LUNCHEONS
75C
COMBINATION FRUIT, CHICKEN OR SALMON SALAD
FRUIT JELLY PEACH PIE
ICE CREAM WITH CAKE
ASSORTED  BREADS
TEA
COFFEE
HOT TEA BISCUIT
MILK BUTTERMILK
85C
SCALLOPED SALMON
FILET OF SOLE, TARTAR SAUCE
GRILLED  HALIBUT,   LEMON  BUTTER
MASHED OR BOILED  POTATOES WAX BEANS OR SPINACH
PEACH  PIE ICE CREAM WITH  CAKE
ASSORTED   BREADS
TEA
COFFEE
MILK
HOT TEA  BISCUIT
BUTTERMILK
SI.00
CONSOMME
FRESH  VEGETABLE  DINNER
VEGETABLE SOUP
BEEFSTEAK  PIE
SPANISH  OMELET
ROAST LEG OF LAMB
QUINCE   JELLY
MASHED OR BOILED POTATOES
WAX BEANS OR VEGETABLE  MARROW
SALAD   BOWL
ALMOND CUSTARD PUDDING PEACH PIE CASABA MELON
ICE CREAM WITH CAKE FRUIT JELLY
ASSORTED BREADS
TEA COFFEE
HOT TEA BISCUIT
MILK BUTTERMILK
Waiters are forbidden to serve verbal orders.   Passengers will kindly write  their
orders on meal check.
Children under 12 years of age will be served meals at half price, if ordered on special
meal check.
T. M. McKEOWN, Manager, Sleeping, Dining and Parlor Cars, Montreal.
1   L.E.,   1   L.W.,  V-17-38
THE  DOMINION
A  LA CARTE
RELISHES
SLICED   CUCUMBERS   15
CELERY   20
MIXED  PICKLES   15
RADISHES   15
QUEEN   OR   RIPE   OLIVES   20
TOMATO  JUICE COCKTAIL   15
Fruit Cocktail 25
CONSOMME
SOUP TUREEN 25, CUP 15
VEGETABLE
FISH
SCALLOPED   SALMON    50
GRILLED  HALIBUT OR SALMON  50 FILET OF SOLE,  TARTAR SAUCE  50
ENTREES  AND   ROASTS
FRESH VEGETABLE DINNER 50
ROAST LEG OF LAMB  60
QUINCE   JELLY
BEEFSTEAK PIE 50
CHOPS,   STEAKS,   ETC.—FROM   THE  GRILL
"RED  BRAND"  SIRLOIN   STEAK   1.25 "RED  BRAND"   SMALL STEAK   1 .OO
BROILED  OR  FRIED  HAM   (FULL CUT)   50 LAMB  CHOPS   (ONE)   30   (TWO)   55
HAM   y2   CUT WITH   1   EGG  45.  WITH   2   EGGS  55 BACON   (3 SLICES)   30   (5  SLICES)   50
BACON   (3 SLICES)   30, WITH   2   EGGS 55
INDIVIDUAL   POT   BAKED   BEANS   (HOT  OR  COLD)    35
EGGS,  OMELETS,   ETC.
BOILED   (ONE)    15   (TWO)   25 SCRAMBLED  30 FRIED   (ONE)    15   (TWO)   25
POACHED   ON   TOAST    (ONE)    20    (TWO)    35
OMELETS PLAIN  30, TOMATO,  CHEESE OR JELLY  40,  SPANISH  45
VEGETABLES
SPINACH    15 WAX   BEANS    15
BOILED  OR  MASHED  POTATOES   15
1938   CORN   ON   COB   15
VEGETABLE   MARROW   15
HASHED   BROWNED   20
IMPORTED SARDINES 50
CANADIAN  SARDINES,   FANCY PACK  25
COLD   MEATS
ROAST LAMB 50  HOME COOKED HAM 50  CHICKEN 55  TONGUE 50  ROAST BEEF 50
(With  Potato  Salad  10 Cents Extra)
FRUIT  40
SALADS
INDIVIDUAL SALAD BOWL 40
LETTUCE  AND  TOMATO   35 CHICKEN   50 LETTUCE  AND  CUCUMBER   35
WiTH    FRENCH   OR   MAYONNAISE   DRESSING
DESSERTS
PEACHES WITH CREAM   25 PEACH  PIE   15 ALMOND CUSTARD PUDDING  20
ICE CREAM   15,  WITH  CAKE  20 CASABA  MELON   25 FRUIT JELLY  20
MARMALADE,  JAMS,  JELLIES,   ETC.
( IN   INDIVIDUAL  JARS)
QUINCE JELLY 15        BRAM BLEBERRY JELLY 1 5        CRAB APPLE JELLY  1 5        STRAWBERRY JAM   1 5
ORANGE  OR  GRAPEFRUIT  MARMALADE   15 RASPBERRY JAM   15
SLICED  PINEAPPLE  20 PRESERVED   FIGS  30,  WITH  CREAM   40
INDIVIDUAL  CANADIAN  COMB   OR  STRAINED  HONEY   20
BREAD  AND   BUTTER   SERVICE   PER   PERSON
TOAST    IO MILK   TOAST   25 HOT   TEA   BISCUIT    10
WHITE,   WHOLE   WHEAT  AND   RAISIN   BREAD   10
CANADIAN   STILTON   CHEESE
CHEESE  25
GRUYERE CANADIAN   CREAM ROQUEFORT
TEA,  COFFEE,   ETC.
COFFEE.  POT 20,  SERVED WITH   HOT MILK OR CREAM
DEMI   TASSE  COFFEE   15 SANKA  COFFEE   20
INSTANT   POSTUM   20 TEA,   POT   20 COCOA,   POT   20
INDIVIDUAL  SEALED   BOTTLE   MILK   15 MALTED   MILK   20
N   A   D   I   A   N
A   C   I   F   I   C
D   I   N   I   N   G
C   A   R
SERVICE THE CANADIAN ROCKIES
The Climax of your Trip . . .
"A SEA OF MOUNTAINS" was the epithet used by a Canadian statesman descriptive
of the Great Barrier of mountains which it was proposed to pierce by the Canadian
Pacific Railway. "Fifty Switzerlands in One" was a later description made by Edward
Whymper, the celebrated Alpine climber, who came to look over this terrain after
conquering the Matterhorn.
Whether your approach to Banff and Lake Louise be from the East or from the Pacific
Coast, these Alpine resorts in the Canadian Rockies come as a fitting climax to scenery
which is a succession of thrills. The prairie Indians called the Canadian Rockies "The
Glittering Mountains/7 from the white-capped peaks that caught the eye a hundred
miles away. No sooner does your train enter the Gap than you are flanked by lofty
cliffs pierced by passes through which you get glimpses of hanging glaciers on the
peaks behind. Passing the spectacular Three Sisters, you enter the wild game preserve
of Buffalo Park, and detrain for the Banff Springs Hotel, which towers like a Scottish
baronial castle above the falls of the Bow River. Banff itself lies in an amphitheatre of
mountains, which have drawn so many hundred thousand visitors that facilities are
now provided for every kind of sport or relaxation including golf, swimming, riding,
tennis, fishing, climbing, hiking, and the pleasure of dancing to lilting music. Through
Banff's main street throbs a colorful life—visitors from all parts of the world—Indians
in feather headdress, scarlet-coated troopers of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police,
trail riders and pack ponies.
Lake Louise is forty miles nearer the Great Divide. With a glacier at its front door,
reflected in one of the loveliest of Alpine lakes, and with its rock gardens and borders
of Iceland Poppies, the Chateau Lake Louise seems almost to have been dropped into
fairyland. Here too are the amenities of a popular mountain resort, swimming pool,
ponies for riding, canoeing, tennis courts, Swiss guides for the Alpine climber, trails for
the hiker—and a dance orchestra.
The approach from the Pacific Coast is by way of the Fraser Canyon and the deep
gorges of Eagle Pass, Rogers Pass and the Kicking Horse Pass—nearly four hundred
miles of superb mountain scenery. As an engineering feat, this section of the Canadian
Pacific Railway is one of the wonders of the world. You have to see it to believe it.
Ravines breaking through the northern wall of the Kicking Horse Pass provide access to
two fascinating summer resorts, Emerald Lake and the Yoho Valley, a paradise of
waterfalls. lust before one reaches the Great Divide is Lake Wapta with its Lodge
eight miles by pony trail from Lake O'Hara, one of the most exquisitely beautiful spots
in this Alpine domain. Lake Louise is just about ten miles farther East as the crow
flies. In a word the best of the Canadian Rockies is concentrated in an area of about
sixty miles located adjacant to the line of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
• e •
For further information, hotel reservations, etc., communicate with your
nearest Canadian Pacific representative.    The Sleeping Car Conductor
will be pleased to wire ahead, without charge, to any of the Company's
hotels for your hotel reservations.
CANADIAN     PACIFIC
«   World's Greatest Travel System   »

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