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Breakfast menu for the Dominion train from 1939 Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Dining Car Service 1939

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Breakfast Suggestions
50 Cents
Tomato, Apple, Pineapple, Grapefruit Juice, Stewed Fresh Rhubarb or
Prunes with Cream
or
Cereal with Cream
Rolls
Toast
Tea
Bran or Corn Muffins
Coffee
Marmalade or Jam
Milk
75 Cents
Tomato, Apple, Pineapple, Orange or Grapefruit Juice
Sliced Orange Baked Apple with Cream
Stewed Fresh Rhubarb or Prunes with Cream
Sliced Banana with Cream Grape Fruit (Half) Cereal with Cream
Shredded Codfish Cakes
Boiled, Fried or Scrambled Eggs
Omelets: Plain, Jelly or Tomato Bacon or Ham with Fried Egg
Grilled Ham or Bacon
Rolls
Toast Bran or Corn Muffins
Marmalade, Jam or Jelly
Tea Coffee
Hot Biscuits
Milk
Sliced Orange
$1.00
Tomato, Apple, Pineapple, Orange or Grapefruit Juice
Sliced Banana with Cream
Grape Fruit (Half) Baked Apple with Cream
Stewed Fresh Rhubarb or Prunes with Cream
Cooked or Dry Cereals with Cream
Smoked Lake Winnipeg Goldeye Fried Halibut, Tartar Sauce
Grilled Lake Trout, Maitre D'Hotel Steamed Finnan Haddie, Drawn Butter
Bacon or Ham with Fried Eggs Minced Chicken with Poached Egg
Grilled Lamb Chops Grilled Special C.P.R. Sausages with Bacon
Scrambled Eggs with Sausages Omelet, Country Style
Griddle Cakes with Bacon
Rolls
Toast Bran or Corn Muffins
Marmalade, Jam or Jelly
Tea Coffee
Hot Biscuits
Milk
Waiters are forbidden to serve verbal orders.    Passengers will kindly write their order on meal check.
Children under twelve years of age will be served meals at half price, if ordered on special meal check.
T. M. McKEOWN, Manager, Sleeping   Dining and Parlor Cars, Montreal.
3-4—Tor. 2-39
THE DOMINION
A la Carte
FRUITS, ETC.
Orange Juice, 20 Pineapple Juice, 20 Grapefruit Juice 20 Tomato Juice, 15
Sliced Banana with Cream, 20 Grape Juice, 2 0 Sliced Orange, 20
Grape Fruit /"Half/ 20 Apple Juice, 15 Assorted Fresh Fruit, 25
Stewed Prunes 15, with Cream, 2 5 Baked Apple 15, with Cream, 25
Stewed Fresh Rhubarb 15, with Cream 25
CEREALS WITH MILK 15, WITH CREAM 2 5
FISH
Smoked Lake Winnipeg Goldeyes,  (1)  40, (2)  70
Grilled Lake Trout, 50 Shredded Codfish Cakes 40, with Bacon, 50
Fried Halibut, Tartar Sauce, 50 Steamed Finnan Haddie, Drawn Butter 50
CHOPS, STEAKS, ETC.—FROM THE GRILL
"Red Brand" Sirloin Steak, 1.2 5 "Red Brand" Small Sirloin Steak, 1.00
Ham (J^ cut) with 1 Egg 45, with 2 Eggs, 55 Sugar Cured Ham Steak, 60
Bacon (3 strips) 30, (5 strips) 50 Bacon and Eggs, 55
Lamb Chops (One) 30, (Two) 55 Broiled or Fried Ham Q/2 cut) 35, (full cut) 50
Minced Chicken with Poached Egg, 50
Grilled Special C.P.R. Sausages, 40, with Griddle Cakes, 50
Griddle Cakes with Canadian Maple Syrup, 35
EGGS, OMELETS, ETC.
Boiled (One) 15, (Two) 25
Scrambled, 30
Omelets:—Plain, 30
Poached on Toast (One) 20, (Two) 35
Fried (One) 15, (Two) 25
Tomato or Cheese, 40
Asparagus or Spanish, 45
French Fried, Hashed in Cream or Saute Potatoes, 20
MARMALADES, JAMS OR JELLIES
Quince Jelly,  15 Crabapple Jelly,  15 Brambleberry Jelly,  15
Strawberry Jam, 15 Raspberry Jam, 15 Orange or Grapefruit Marmalade, 15
Individual Canadian Strained Honey, 15, Comb Honey, 20
Sliced Pineapple, 20 Preserved Figs 30, with Cream, 40
BREAD AND BUTTER SERVICE PER PERSON
French Toast, Currant Jelly, 3 5
Toast, 10 Milk Toast, 25
White, Hovis, Brown and Raisin Bread, 10
White and Graham Rolls, 10
TEA, COFFEE, ETC.
Coffee Pot 20 (served with Hot Milk or Cream)
Tea, Pot 20 Malted Milk, 20
Cocoa, Pot 20 Sanka Coffee, Pot, 20 Instant Postum, 20
Individual Bottle Fresh Buttermilk, 10 Individual Sealed Bottle Milk, 15
Cream Toast, 35
Bran or Corn Muffins, 10
Hot Biscuits,  10
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CANADIAN        PACIFIC     f D   I   N   I   N   G        C   A   R        S   E   R   V   ICE uta
FOR <=>K4,-mCl VARIETY
CANADIAN  ROCKIES
All the winter splendor of the Canadian Rockies is in tune with the joy of ski-ing!
Crystal clear air, miles of open slopes, and the powder snow that skiers revel
in have won the acclaim of enthusiasts who are familiar with mountain ski-areas
the world over. Countless miles of towering peaks and dipping valleys offer
their snow-clad slopes to the "White thrill7' of ski-ing! To ski at all is thrilling
but to ski in the Canadian Rockies is an experience that lifts one from the everyday world to a plane of sheer delight.
Banff, Mount Norquay, Sunshine Valley, Mount Assiniboine, Lake Louise and
Skoki Valley are popular centres for all who would enjoy the pleasures of this
King of Winter Sports.
CHATEAU FRONTENAC and LAC BEAUPORT
Old Quebec City, rich in historic and romantic interest, has long been popular
as a winter sports resort. The varied activities centre at the Chateau Frontenac
—a modern Canadian Pacific hotel with centuries old traditions. Some twelve
miles north of the city, in a picturesque realm of moderate altitude, lies Lac
Beauport. Here ideal natural conditions for ski-ing exist, with dry powder snow
and slopes and trails protected from cold winds. This section has a network of
new ski trails, an intermediate jump and downhill and slalom runs on Mount
Murphy, and similar facilities of a championship character on Mount Taylor.
Electrically heated ski buses, operated by the Chateau Frontenac management,
transport skiers between the hotel and Lac Beauport.
THE   LAURENTIANS
The Laurentian mountain district north of Montreal is admirably adapted to
ski sport. Suited equally to the beginner and the experienced skier, the Lauren-
tians offer a wide range of runs from easy, gradual slopes to steep, difficult
hills that challenge the skill of the expert. 1,000 miles of well-defined trails
provide ample facilities for cross-country ski-ing. For further particulars see
skiers' maps such as those issued by the Canadian Pacific Railway, which chart
the hill contours, villages and other landmarks.
OTHER   CENTRES
The Canadian Pacific Railway also provides convenient train service to the
Gatineau Hills north of Ottawa, to the St. Maurice Valley via Trois Rivieres,
the Eastern Townships and other popular ski-ing localities throughout Canada.
For information regarding low rail fares, accommodation, etc., communicate
with your nearest Canadian Pacific representative or General Tourist Agent,
Canadian Pacific Railway, Montreal.
CANADIAN     PACIFIC

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