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Lunch menu for the Imperial train from 1931 Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Dining Car Service 1931

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CANADIAN PACIFIC PACIFIC
RADISHES   15
OLIVES   20
"THE IMPERIAL"
MI D-DAY
A LA CARTE
RELISHES
TOMATO JUICE COCKTAIL
CHOW CHOW   15
YOUNG  ONIONS   15
MIXED  PICKLES   15
SOUPS
SPRING  VEGETABLE   30
CONSOMME JULIENNE   30
FISH
GRILLED  WHITEFISH,  TARTAR  SAUCE   70
BAKED  LAKE SUPERIOR  TROUT, AU  GRATIN  70
ENTREES,  ROASTS,  ETC.
BACON  OMELET   60
ROAST CHICKEN WITH  DRESSING   90 VEGETABLE  DINNER, POACHED  EGG   65
ASSORTED COLD MEATS 75    WITH POTATO SALAD   90
CHOPS, STEAKS, ETC.—FROM THE GRILL
"RED BRAND" SIRLOIN STEAK   1.50 "RED BRAND" SMALL STEAK   1.00
BROILED OR  FRIED CHICKEN   (HALF)   1.25
HAM  (HALF CUT) WITH  (1) EGG 55    (2) EGGS   65 CALF'S  LIVER AND  BACON   75
BACON   (3 strips)   35     (6 strips)   65 LAMB CHOPS   (one)   45     (two)   85
BROILED OR  FRIED  HAM   (FULL CUT)   65 BACON  AND  EGGS   65
(Strip of Bacon served with other Order 15)
INDIVIDUAL POT OF BAKED  BEANS   (HOT OR COLD)   35
VEGETABLES
BOILED NEW POTATOES 30 MASHED  POTATOES 20
FRENCH   FRIED OR  HASHED  BROWNED  POTATOES   25
CREAMED  NEW SPINACH   20 BOILED ONIONS  IN  CREAM   20
NEW TURNIPS   20 ASPARAGUS, DRAWN  BUTTER   50
COLD DISHES
OX  TONGUE   75 BEEF   75 CHICKEN   85 HAM   75
IMPORTED SARDINES   60 CANADIAN  SARDINES, FANCY  PACK   35
ASPARAGUS VINAIGRETTE  50
(With Potato Salad 15 cents Extra)
EGGS, OMELETS, ETC.
BOILED   (one)   20     (two)   35 FRIED   (one)   20
POACHED ON  TOAST   (one)   20     (two)   40
OMELETS:—PLAIN   45 PARSLEY OR TOMATO   50 JELLY OR SPANISH   60
SCRAMBLED   35
(two)   35
CHICKEN   65
HEAD  LETTUCE   35
SALADS
(WITH FRENCH OR MAYONNAISE DRESSING)
LETTUCE AND TOMATO   35
FRUIT SALAD   50
COMBINATION   35
(THOUSAND ISLAND DRESSING    10)
SLICED TOMATOES   35
BEET  AND  EGG   35
TT 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.
Souvenir copy of this menu card in envelope, ready for
mailing, may be had on application to dining car steward*
"THE IMPERIAL"
MI D-DAY
A LA CARTE
(Continued)
DESSERTS
BERRIES  WITH  CREAM   35
DEEP CHERRY PIE   20
VANILLA  ICE CREAM  25 SPECIAL  INDIVIDUAL CAKE SERVICE 20
ENGLISH   PLUM   PUDDING, HARD  SAUCE   30 BERRY  SHORTCAKE   30
CHILLED CANTALOUPE   (HALF)    30 ASSORTED  FRUIT   35
BAKED OKANAGAN  APPLE   15     WITH CREAM   25 PEACH  MELBA 35
FARINA  PUDDING   20
MARMALADE
STRAWBERRY JAM
MARMALADE, JAMS OR JELLIES 15
(IN  INDIVIDUAL JARS)
CRABAPPLE JELLY
QUINCE JELLY
BRAMBLEBERRY JELLY
RASPBERRY JAM
PRESERVED FRUITS  25
(IN INDIVIDUAL JARS)
PRESERVED  RASPBERRIES
PRESERVED PINEAPPLE
PRESERVED STRAWBERRIES
PRESERVED CHERRIES
PRESERVED  FIGS 40
INDIVIDUAL CANADIAN  COMB OR  STRAINED  HONEY 25
BREAD AND BUTTER SERVICE PER PERSON
HOT  BISCUITS  15 RY-KRISP  HEALTH   BREAD  15
WHITE AND GRAHAM   ROLLS  15 WHITE OR  WHOLE WHEAT TOAST  15
WHITE, HOVIS. WHOLE WHEAT AND  RAISIN  BREAD  15
CHEESE WITH CRACKERS
CANADIAN  CHEDDAR 30 CHATEAU  30 LOAF 30
NESTLE'S SWISS GRUYERE 30 KRAFT 30
MacLAREN'S  IMPERIAL 30
FRENCH   ROQUEFORT 30
TEA, COFFEE, ETC.
COFFEE, POT 25     SERVED  WITH   HOT  MILK OR CREAM
INSTANT POSTUM  25 ' TEA. POT 25 COCOA, POT 25
NESTLE'S   MILK  FOOD   25 OVALTINE   20 HORLICK'S  MALTED  MILK   20
INDIVIDUAL SEALED  BOTTLE  MILK  15 INDIVIDUAL BOTTLE  BUTTERMILK  15
ICED  TEA, COFFEE OR COCOA   25
FLEISCHMANN'S  YEAST. PER CAKE  10
PASSENGERS WILL KINDLY REFRAIN FROM SMOKING IN THIS ROOM.
JJ/'HEREVERyou travel on the Canadian Pacific, you will find the same
desire to maintain that excellence of service for which the Company
has been no ted for over for ty years.    The seemingly eff or tless per fee Hon
of Canadian Pacific service is simply an infinite capacity for taking pains.
T will be a great aid to the service and will avoid any possibility of mistakes if passengers will
kindly ask for meal order blanks, and upon them will write their orders, because stewards
and waiters are not allowed to serve any food without a meal check.
W. A. Cooper, Manager, Sleeping, Dining, Parlor Cars,
Station Restaurants and News Service, Montreal. ^mmmmmmm\\\\\^^^^
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lOO I    ' t    Canadian    Pac i ft c    > ■■/     I Q 2  I
JLelling the world about Canada
is one of the missions that her
ships visiting the Occidental and
Oriental ports carry along with their
bulk and human freight. Plowing the
seven seas, officered and manned by
men reared in the standards of the
Canadian Pacific, these ships become ambassadors of Canada to the
uttermost parts of the world. The
good taste and spacious comfort of
the accommodation, the perfection of
service contribute to the well-earned
feeling of confidence in the company,
shared by all who deal with it. The
ports of China and Europe, the ports
of the United States and of the
Mediterranean are familiar to those
ships, which, in turn, are well-known
to all the peoples of the world.
Canadian enterprise, Canadian efficiency, Canadian hospitality are writ
large on their funnels and on the flag
that flies from their masthead.
The White Empresses of the Pacific comprise the largest,
fastest and finest steamships crossing the Pacific Ocean.
The Empress of Japan holds the speed records of the
Pacific.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
TODAY
The Canadian Pacific Railway runs
from the Atlantic to the Pacific
Ocean. Its liners sail from Van'
couver and Victoria to Japan and
China, and from Montreal, Quebec
and Saint John to Great Britain and
the Continent. It operates winter
cruises to the Mediterranean, the
West Indies and Round the World,
summer cruises to J^prway and
a winter service to Bermuda. Its
chateaux and hotels represent the
latest word in comfort and luxury.
Its telegraph service employs 225,000
miles of wire. Its express travellers'
cheques are current all over the
world. Canadian Pacific offices and
agents are to be found everywhere.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
1881        FIFTIETH      ANNIVERSARY       1931

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