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Canadian Pacific Railway breakfast menu from 1944 Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Dining Car Service 1944

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50 Cents
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Tomato, Apple, Grapefruit or Orange Juices Lemon and Water
Choice of Juice J Stewed Fresh Plums                   Compote of Pears Stewed Prunes
Fruit or Cereal
[       Whole Orange Cereal with Cream
-^Marmalade
*Jam
Rolls (Hot or Cold)
Toast
Muffins
Choice of Juice,
Fruit or Cereal
75 Cents
Tomato, Apple, Grapefruit or Orange Juices Lemon and Water
< Stewed Fresh Plums
Compote of Pears
Stewed Prunes
Whole Orange Cereal with Cream
Eggs: Boiled, Fried or Scrambled
Omelets: Plain, Cheese or Parsley
Fish Cakes, Tomato Sauce Ham or Bacon with One Egg
^Marmalade *Jam Rolls (Hot or Cold) Toast Muffins
Choice of Juice J
or Fruit
I      Chilled  Melon
$1.00
f      Tomato, Apple, Grapefruit or Orange Juices Lemon and Water
Stewed Fresh Plums Peaches with Cream Stewed Prunes
Sliced  Orange
Cereal with Cream
Fried Tomatoes with Bacon Ham or Bacon and  Eggs
Fried or Broiled Pacific Coast Fish Omelets: As Desired
Eggs: Boiled, Fried or Scrambled
^Marmalade *Jam Rolls (Hot or Cold) Toast Muffins
* Rationed, served when available.
•   The following beverages may be ordered for additional charge of Ave cents:
Tea Coffee Cocoa Milk Instant Postum
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STATION   LUNCH   ROOMS—VANCOUVER,   CALGARY,   MOOSE   JAW   AND   WINNIPEG—GOOD   MEALS,    LIGHT   REFRESHMENTS   AT   POPULAR   PRICES
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A LA CARTE SUGGESTIONS
FRUITS, ETC.
Apple Juice 15      Tomato Juice 15      Grapefruit Juice 20      Orange Juice 20, Double 35
Stewed Prunes 15, with Cream 25       Sliced Orange, 20      Stewed Plums 15, with Cream 25
Grapefruit (Half) 20 Compote of Pears 15, with Cream 25
CEREALS WITH MILK 15, WITH CREAM 25
FISH, 50 (See Table d'Hote Menu)
FROM THE GRILL
Sausages, 40 Ham (y2 cut) with 1 Egg 45, with 2 Eggs, 55
Bacon  (3 strips) 30,  (5 strips) 50 Bacon and Eggs, 55
Lamb Chops (one) 30, (two) 55 Broiled or Fried Ham (y2 cut) 35, (full cut) 50
EGGS, OMELETS, ETC.
Scrambled, 30   Fried or Boiled (One) 15 (Two) 25   Poached on Toast (One) 20 (Two) 35
Omelets: Plain, 30 Parsley, Tomato or Cheese, 40
Rolls, 10
Muffins, 10
BREAD AND ROLLS
Toast, 10 Vitamin "B" White and Brown Breads, 10
French Toast, Currant Jelly, 35
TEA, COFFEE, ETC.
Coffee, Cup 10, served with Hot Milk- or Cream        Instant Postum, 20        Tea, Pot 20
Cocoa, Pot 20 Malted Milk, 20 Individual Bottle Milk, 15
*   Half portions served at half price to children under 12 years of age if ordered on special meal check.
"No check issued for less than twenty-five cents per person."
Waiters are not allowed to serve verbal orders.    Passengers will kindly write their orders on meal check.
T. IM. McKeown, Manager. Sleeping. Dining and Parlor Cars, Montreal.
ft     F      ft     S      f,     ft     ft YOUR HOST ACROSS CANADA
Wherever you go from the Atlantic to the Pacific—in important cities—in Canada's most attractive
resorts-—you will find the preferred hostelry is one of the Canadian Pacific's fine hotels. Dignity—
charm-—convenience—delicious meals—spacious public rooms—comfortable guest rooms—
Canadian Pacific service—you will enjoy them all at moderate rates when you stay at a Canadian
Pacific hotel.
In the Canadian Rockies
Banff, Alberta—BANFF SPRINGS HOTEL—in the heart of Banff National Park. Mile-high golf,
swimming, hot sulphur springs, tennis, fishing, boating, Alpine climbing, riding and
hiking. Open summer months. European Plan. Outstanding attractions each summer
include in normal years: Indian Days at Banff, Annual Trail Ride, Sky Line Hikers Camp,
Banff Golf Week and the Banff School of Fine Arts. July 26 to August 26. (Not open for
1944 season.)
Lake Louise, Alberta-—CHATEAU LAKE LOUISE—Facing an exquisite Alpine lake in Banff
National Park. Mountain climbing with Swiss guides, pony trips,  swimming, tennis,
boating, fishing in neighboring waters and motoring to the Columbia Icefield. Open
Summer months. European Plan. (Not open for 1944 season.)
Field, B.C.—EMERALD LAKE CHALET—Situated near Field, B.C., at the foot of Mount Burgess
picturesque Yoho National Park. Roads and trails to Yoho Valley, Burgess Pass, etc.
Boating and fishing. Open summer months. American Plan. (Not open for 1944 season.)
On the Pacific Coast
Victoria, B.C.—EMPRESS HOTEL—A charming hotel in Canada's Evergreen Playground, which
by its equable climate has become a favorite summer and winter resort. Yachting,
fishing, hunting and year-round golf. Crystal Garden for swimming and music. Open
all year. European Plan.
Vancouver, B.C.—HOTEL VANCOUVER—This spacious modern hotel is operated by the
Vancouver Hotel Company on behalf of the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National
Railways. Open all year. European Plan.
On the Prairies
Calgary, Alberta—HOTEL PALLISER—A handsome hotel of metropolitan standard. Open all
year. European Plan. The Calgary Stampede is a feature event each summer.
Regina, Sask.—HOTEL SASKATCHEWAN—In the capital of the Province of Saskatchewan.
Golf and other recreations. Open all year. European Plan.
Winnipeg, Man.—THE ROYAL ALEXANDRA—A popular hotel in the capital of the Province of
Manitoba, and the centre of Winnipeg's social life. Open all year. European Plan.
In Eastern Canada
Toronto, Ont.—THE ROYAL YORK—Largest hotel in the British Empire and the ideal Convention
headquarters. Open all year. European Plan.
Quebec, Que.—CHATEAU FRONTENAC—A metropolitan hotel in one of the most historic and
romantic cities of North America. Open all year. European Plan. Winter sports headquarters. Instruction in the Parallel skiing technique at nearby Lac Beauport Snow Bowl.
McAdam, N.B.—McADAM HOTEL—A commercial and sportsman's hotel. Open all year.
American Plan.
St_ Andrews-by-the-Sea, N.B.—THE ALGONQUIN—A holiday colony. The social centre of
New Brunswick's most popular seashore resort. Golf, sea bathing, boating, summer
tennis. Open Summer months. American Plan. (Not open for 1944 season.)
Digby, N.S.—DIGBY PINES—Like an English country estate. Golf, tennis, fishing, swimming
pool. Open Summer months. American Plan. (Not open for 1944 season.)
Kentville, N.S.—THE CORNWALLIS INN—Suited equally to the tourist and business man.
Centre for excursions to Evangeline Land. Open all year. American Plan.
Yarmouth, N.S.—LAKESIDE INN—Designed in attractive bungalow style. Golf and tuna fishing.
Open summer months. American Plan. (Not open for 1944 season.)
Halifax, N.S.—LORD NELSON—A charming hotel facing the public gardens in the capital of
Nova Scotia. Open all year. European Plan. (Operated by Lord Nelson Hotel Co.)
Canadian Pacific Lodges in the Rockies and at Ontario Fishing Resorts
French River, Ont.. French River Chalet-Bungalow Camp
Kenora, Ont Devil's Gap Lodge
Moraine Lake, Alta..  *Moraine Lake Lodge
Hector, B.C.. *Lake O'Hara Lodge
Hector, B.C *Lake Wapta Lodge
Field, B.C  ... ? *Yoho Valley Lodge
(*Not open for 1944 season)
For further information and reservations apply to hotel managers, or
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 reservations.
CANADIAN    PACIFIC
« World's Greatest Travel System »
Printed in Canada, 1944

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