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Canadian Pacific Railway breakfast menu from 1930 Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Dining Car Service 1930

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  CA1 AN     PACIFIC
,,.■
BR EAKFAST
A I_A CARTE
$
FRUITS, ETC.
BAKED  APPLE   15, WITH  CREAM   25 STEWED  FRESH   RHUBARB 25
GRAPEFRUIT  (half)  25 STEWED  PRUNES WITH  CREAM  30
SLICED  BANANA WITH  CREAM   25 ORANGE JUICE 35 SLICED ORANGE 20
ASSORTED FRUIT 35
DINING   CAR SERVICE
CEREALS WITH MILK 20, WITH CREAM 30
BREAKFAST
A LA CARTE )
(Continued)
PRESERVED FRUITS, MARMALADES, JAMS OR JELLIES 25
(IN   INDIVIDUAL  JARS)
PINEAPPLE STRAWBERRIES CHERRIES  (RED OR WHITE) RASPBERRIES
QUINCE JELLY CRABAPPLE   JELLY BRAMBLEBERRY JELLY
STRAWBERRY JAM RASPBERRY JAM ORANGE OR GRAPEFRUIT  MARMALADE
(With Hot Biscuits 85)
FISH
GRILLED OR  FRIED WHITEFISH  OR  LAKE TROUT 70
CREAMED  FINNAN   HADDIE 70
SHREDDED  CODFISH  CAKES  40,  WITH   BACON  50
SMOKED  LAKE  WINNIPEG   GOLDEYES   (ONE)   40   (TWO)   70
PRESERVED FIGS 40, WITH   MUFFINS 50
INDIVIDUAL CANADIAN COMB OR STRAINED  HONEY  25,   WITH   HOT BISCUITS 35
CHOPS, STEAKS, ETC.—FROM THE GRILL
BROILED  OR  FRIED  CHICKEN   (half)   1.25   (20   MINUTES)
HAM   (HALF  CUT)   WITH   1   EGG  55,  WITH   2  EGGS  65 BACON  AND  EGGS 65
RED  BRAND SIRLOIN  STEAK   1.50 RED  BRAND SMALL SIRLOIN  STEAK   1.00
SAUSAGES 60 LAMB CHOPS   (one)  45,     (two)   85
BACON   (3 STRIPS)   35,   (e STRIPS)   65 CALF'S  LIVER  WITH   BACON  75 BROILED   HAM   65
FRESH   MUSHROOMS  WITH   BACON  90 COUNTRY  SAUSAGES WITH   GRIDDLE CAKES  60
(Strip of Bacon served with other Order 15, or Individual Mushrooms 25)
EGGS, OMELETS, ETC.
BOILED   (one)   20,      (two)  35 POACHED  ON  TOAST   (one)   20,      (two)  40
SCRAMBLED  35 FRIED   (one)   20,      (two)   35
OMELETS:—PLAIN  45 TOMATO  OR  CHEESE  50 JELLY,   HAM   OR  SPANISH   60
FRENCH   FRIED,   HASHED  BROWNED  OR  SAUTE  POTATOES  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.
Souvenir copy of this menu card in envelope, ready for mailing may
be had on application to dining car steward.
L. S. 8e M.—15-4-30
BREAD AND BUTTER SERVICE PER PERSON
FRENCH  TOAST 30,  WITH  CANADIAN   HONEY 55
TOAST   15 MILK TOAST 30 CORN  MUFFINS   15 CREAM  TOAST 40
WHITE,   HOVIS,   BROWN  AND  RAISIN  BREAD   15 HOT  BISCUITS   15
RAISIN   BRAN   MUFFINS   15 WHITE AND  GRAHAM   ROLLS   15
GRIDDLE CAKES WITH  CANADIAN   MAPLE SYRUP 35
TEA, COFFEE, ETC.
COFFEE,   POT 25   (SERVED WITH   HOT  MILK OR CREAM)
KAFFEE HAG,  POT 25 TEA,   POT 25 MALTED  MILK 20
COCOA,  POT 25 INSTANT POSTUM  25 NESTLE'S  MILK FOOD  25
INDIVIDUAL  BOTTLE  FRESH   BUTTERMILK   15 INDIVIDUAL SEALED  BOTTLE  MILK   15
FLEISCHMANN'S  YEAST,   PER  CAKE   IO
PASSENGERS WILL KINDLY REFRAIN FROM SMOKING  IN THIS ROOM.
^flfHEREVER 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.    The seemingly effortless perfection
of Canadian Pacific service is simply an infinite capacity for taking pains
IT 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 Tl JTOUNTAXN walls rising sheer above
JLVJL sparkling seas, sprawling glaciers
gleaming silver and rose and green, myriads of wooded islands, oddest of Indian
tribes, totem poles, ceremonial masks, sal
mon canneries, wnaiing
settlements, vivid remi
zied gold-rush days, th*
leer old
the luxury of the accommodations on
of the 2,000-mile, 9-day water journey
along the magnificent British Columbia
Goast from Vancouver and Victoria to
Alaska and back.
Twice a week in summer, and at
regular intervals in the winter months,
the famous Canadian Pacific "Princess''
steamships leave Vancouver and Victoria
on this most fascinating of America's
water journeys.

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