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Canadian Pacific Railway breakfast menu circa 1928 Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Dining Car Service 1929

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BREAKFAST
Fresh Stewed Rhubarb   25
Grapefruit (Half)   25 Fresh Berries with Cream   35
ORANGE JUICE    35 ORANGE.  WHOLE    15    SLICED    20
STEWED PRUNES WITH CREAM    30
BANANA. SLICED  WITH  CREAM     25 BANANAS (two)   WHOLE    25    .
Cereals with Milk   20, with Cream   30
FISH
Fried Whitefish or Trout, Maitre d'Hotel   70
CHOPS, STEAKS, ETC.
BACON,   (three STRIPS)     35,  (six  STRIPS)      65 LAMB  CHOPS   (one)     45.   (TWO)     85
BACON  AND   EGGS    65 HAM  AND  EGGS     65 BROILED OR  FRIED  HAM     65
Fried Tomatoes with Bacon   50
Sweetbread Omelet   60 Creamed Diced Chicken with Poached Egg   75
French Toast, Currant Jelly   30
Griddle Cakes with Canadian M_p!. Syrup   35
f STRIP   OF   BACON   SERVED   WITH   OTHER   ORDER      15)
EGGS, OMELETS, ETC.
BOILED (one)    20    (two)     35 FRIED  (one)     20.   (TWO)     35 SCRAMBLED     35
SHIRRED    40 POACHED ON  TOAST   (one)     20.   (two)     40
OMELETSs—Plain   45, Jelly, Ham, Savory or Spanish   60
FRENCH   FRIED OR   HASHED  BROWNED  POTATOES     25
A    LA CARTE
PRESERVED FRUITS, MARMALADE, JAMS OR JELLIES   25
(in individual jars)
MARMALADE CRABAPPLE JELLY BRAMBLEBERRY JELLY QUINCE JELLY
STRAWBERRY  JAM CHERRIES RASPBERRY JAM
PRESERVED  RASPBERRIES PRESERVED STRAWBERRIES PRESERVED PINEAPPLE
With Hot Biscuits   35
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
ROUTE   TO
EUROPE
2   DAYS
IN
SHELTERED
WATERS
OF THE
ST. LAWRENCE
Preserved Figs   40, with Hot Biscuits   50
Individual Canadian Comb or Strained Honey   25, with Hot Biscuits   35
TOAST     1 5
BREAD AND BUTTER SERVICE PER PERSON
ROLLS     15 CORN OR  BRAN   MUFFINS     15
WHITE.  HOVIS,  BROWN OR  RAISIN  BREAD     15
MILK  TOAST      30
CREAM  TOAST     40
HOT  BISCUITS     15
TEA, COFFEE, ETC.
COFFEE.  POT     25.  SERVED   WITH   HOT  MILK  OR CREAM
INSTANT  POSTUM     25 TEA.  POT     25 COCOA.   POT     25
INDIVIDUAL  SEALED  BOTTLE   MILK     15 HORLICKS  MALTED   MILK     20
NESTLE'S  MILK  FOOD    25
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.
WHEREVER   you   travel   on   the   Canadian
Pacific,  you   will find the   same  desire  to
maintain   that   excellence   of service for   which
the Company has been noted for over forty years.
SOUVENIR COPY OF THIS  MENU CARD  IN  ENVELOPE READY  FOR
TT will be a great aid to the service and will avoid any possibility of mistakes if passengers
-1 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.
chic—11
MAILING   MAY   BE  HAD ON  APPLICATION  TO DINING  CAR STEWARD
Jj - "m^   'sA  |f   '^P*f§
r\N December 1, 1928, the Empress of Australia sails
\7 from New York on the sixth annual Round The World
Cruise of the Canadian Pacific. For four months of exquisite voyaging, the great ship cuts its silvery wake ever
through summer seas, visiting sun-bathed ports of the Old
and New Worlds. After memorable days and nights in the
romance-fragrant ports of the Mediterranean, the palatial
Empress^ bears swiftly and smoothly away past Aden to
77*%afWard n°,W * glides into the glamorous magic of
tte Orient; on and on to Hawaii,  California,  Panama,
S^^Td ^ h,ome-. freiShted with glorious memories
ot the most perfect of cruises.
OTHER Canadian Pacific Cruises are-
Tanua^^^^'^T03' by ** Empress of France °*
January 24, 1928, and January 22, 1929;
mar^4ed10e/«anTi.Ky the EmprCSS of Scotland on F^~
ruary 4, 1928, and February 4,1929;
ruarv^lS^ 'bX,the M™troyal on January 26 and February^, 1928; by the new S.S. Duchess of Bedford on Tan-
uary 24 and February 27, 1929. J
Jnd* SW."ian P.aC!fiC POHcy °f "°ne Management Ship
Sm^ fl„H tr°1S eV<?7 detail of these f^cinating
moment &SSUreS Perfect   enjoyment   of  each

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