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Breakfast menu from the Canadian train from 1959 Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Dining Car Service 1959

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Chilled Apple, Tomato or Grapefruit Juice, 30
Lemon Juice and Water, 20
Stewed Prunes with Cream, 35
Chilled Orange Juice, 35
Chilled Half Grapefruit, 40
Fresh Fruit in Season, 40
Oatmeal or Cream of Wheat or Dry Cereal with Cream, 40
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Fillets of Fresh Fish, Lemon Wedges, $1.50
Sty?*" Omelets, Ste.
Grilled Bacon or Ham, $1.20
Grilled Ham or Bacon with 1 Egg, $1.10; with 2 Eggs, $1.30
Boiled Eggs (2), 75 Poached (2), 75  7 Scrambled, 75 Fried (2), 75
Omelets:—Plain, 90 Canadian Cheese, 95
Chopped Ham, $1.05
Specialties
Griddle Cakes with Sausages and Canadian Maple Syrup, $1.35
Canadian Pork Sausages, $1.00 Broiled Lamb Chops, $1.85
Small Sirloin Steak, $3.00
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Ontario Strained Honey, 35 Orange Marmalade, 25 V
Strawberry or Raspberry Jam, 25
Rolls, 20
Tea, Pot, 30
*i¥ot Stead*, Ste.
Dry or Buttered Toast, 20
French Toast with Jelly, 55
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Coffee, Pot, 30
Raisin Bran Muffins, 20
Cocoa, Pot, 30
Individual Milk, 20
Instant Postum, 30
It 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.
7-8    1-2
TABLE   D'HOTE
'ptuits, *?%uit flutees and @&iecd&
(Choice of One)
Apple, Tomato or Grapefruit Juice
Chilled Orange Juice
Lemon Juice and Water Stewed Prunes
Fresh Fruit in Season
Cooked or Dry Cereal with Cream
Selections
Ham or Bacon with Fried or Scrambled Eggs $2.00
Fillets of Fresh Fish, Lemon Butter.    2.00
Griddle Cakes with Sausages, Maple Syrup    2.00
Ham or Bacon with One Egg    1,75
Boiled, Fried, Scrambled or Poached Eggs    1.50
Toast Raisin Bran Muffins Hot Rolls
Strained Honey, Marmalade or Jam
Tea
Coffee
Milk
Will guests please be good enough to write on meal check each item desired, as
employees are not permitted to accept or serve orders given verbally.
Meals for children under twelve years of age may be selected from Children's Menu
T. P. JAMES, Manager, Sleeping, Dining and Parlor Cars,
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.,  MONTREAL.
(2-59) "The Canadian"
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"The route of The Canadian", long famous as the
"Banff-Lake Louise route through the Canadian Rockies"
describes the spectacular main line of the Canadian Pacific
Railway across Canada from tidewater to tidewater.
Noted for outstanding scenery as it follows the route of the
early explorers of North America from East to West
the transcontinental main line reaches its scenic climax
in the Canadian Rockies.
The front cover picture shows "The Canadian"—all-stainless-
steel streamliner, dome-equipped for better enjoyment of
the scenery, crossing Stoney Creek Bridge on the mountain
sub-division in British Columbia. Just West of Glacier
National Park the line climbs to cross the Selkirk Mountains
and skirts the valley of the Beaver River into which pour
cascades of glacier-born water.
Apart from the actual beauty of the rushing, tumbling torrent,
the man-made beauty of a spectacular piece of engineering
is well worth a picture. The steel arch bridge is slightly
curved at the Western end with the result that the site is an
ideal one for photographs—many of which are taken every
day through the glass of the high level scenic dome.
THE SLEEPING CAR CONDUCTOR  WILL  WIRE AHEAD,  WITHOUT CHARGE,
TO ANY CANADIAN PACIFIC HOTEL FOR YOUR RESERVATIONS.

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