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Dinner menu from the American Express Travel Service Tour of the West for the 1950 season Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Dining Car Service 1950

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 ftftftssftft:; fts BEVERAGES, CIGARS AND CIGARETTES
GINGER  ALES,   Etc.
ORANGEADE-
LEMONADE, PLAIN-
SODA LEMONADE-
GINGER  ALE	
TABLE  WATERS
MINERAL WATERS-
SODA,   SELTZER,   Etc.
CLUB   SODA	
BROMO SELTZER-
CIGARS   AND  CIGARETTES
DOMESTIC CIGARS   (plus tax)
CIGARETTES   (plus tax)
IND.      GLASS    SPLITS    PINTS
.20
.20
30
.15      .25
.20      .35
.15      .20
.15
.15,   .30,   2A27,   2A37,   2A45
.35,   .40
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY
Dining Car Service
American CxpresS Qfrabel ^erbto
banner ®ours; of tfje <_B8e*t
Reason 1950
DINNER
MIXED  PICKLES
OR
INDIVIDUAL SALAD BOWL
CREAM   OF  CHICKEN   OR  TOMATO,   APPLE  OR  GRAPEFRUIT  JUICE
BOILED  HALIBUT,  HOLLANDAISE
OR
ROAST  LAMB,  MINT  SAUCE
OR
TOMATO OMELET
I OR
1 ASSORTED COLD MEATS,  POTATO SALAD
GREEN  PEAS MASHED TURNIPS
CREAMED NEW POTATOES
RAISIN  PIE CUSTARD  PUDDING WITH  RHUBARB
ICE CREAM WITH WAFERS
CHEESE WITH  CRACKERS
BREAD
(WHITE OR BROWN)
ROLLS
(HOT OR COLD)
TEA
COFFEE MILK
(ICED   IF  DESIRED)
WEDNESDAY "The Mounted1'
The scarlet coat of "The Mounted" has been the symbo! of
law, order and justice to Canadians since 1873, twelve years
before Canada's first transcontinental railway, the Canadian
Pacific, was built. In the western plains, during the 1898
gold rush to the Yukon, and across ihe Dominion, ihe history
of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police has been one of
tenacity, endurance and high courage. Organized as the
North-West Mounted Police, armed with horse, lance and
carbine to handle Indian unrest and protect settlers in \be
North-West Territories, the Force maintained order during
the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway across the
Prairies, In 1904 the name of the Force became the Royal
North-West Mounted Police.
In 1918 it was entrusted with the enforcement of Dominion
legislation for Western Canada, In 1920 this iurisdiction was
extended to the whole of Canada, and the name was
changed to Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Headquarters
was transferred to Ottawa from Regina which is still the
Dominion Training Centre, The Royal Canadian Mounted
Police today enforces the laws against smuggling* by land,
sea and air, is responsible for the suppression of traffic in
narcotic drugs and exercises supervision over aliens. Use is
made of every known scientific aid to police protection in its
IliilillllSlliilH
just as "The Mounted" played an heroic part in the carving
out of a new democracy on the western frontier so, today,
it plays a part in the preservation of that democracy at home,
THE SLEEPING CAR CONDUCTOR WILL WIRE AHEAD, WITHOUT CHARGE,
TO ANY CANADIAN PACIFIC HOTEL FOR YOUR RESERVATIONS.
CcumJia^Ga
W'ttBiMMMM

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