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Canadian Pacific Railway dinner menu from 1944 Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Dining Car Service 1944

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 in   the
KICKING HORSE PASS
Canadian /Qockle* TABLE D'HOTE DINNERS
$1.25
Young  Onions   and   Radishes
Chilled   Celery
Clam Chowder     or      Tomato or Apple Juice
Broiled Half Spring  Chicken
Roast Ham,  Cumberland  Sauce
Lamb   Chops  with   Green  Peas
Fresh  Mushroom  Omelet
Assorted Cold Meats with Pickles
Potatoes in Cream
Pear Pie
String Beans or New Carrots
Rice  and  Raisin  Pudding
Peaches with Cream
Canteloupe   (Half)
Canadian Cheddar Cheese
Vitamin "B" White and Brown Bread
Rolls  (Hot or Cold)
•   The following beverages may be ordered for additional charge of five cents:
Tea Coffee Cocoa Milk Instant Postum
1 D.E., V-16-44 3-4-7-
Take part
of your change  in
War Savings Stamps
EVERY CENT
EVERY STAMP
TOWARDS
VICTORY
The Steward
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STATION   LUNCH   ROOMS VANCOUVER.   CALGARY.   MOOSE   JAW   AND   WINNIPEG GOOD   MEALS.   LIGHT   REFRESHMENTS   AT   POPULAR   PRICES
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PACIFIC SEA FOOD
DINNER
$1.00
Clam Chowder
Boiled Salmon, Parsley Sauce
Grilled  Pacific  Coast Fish—Halibut,  Cod or  Sole
Crabmeat Newburg or Kippered Herring Fillets
String Beans or  New  Carrots
Potatoes  in   Cream
Pear Pie Rice and Raisin Pudding
Cantaloupe (Half)
Vitamin "B" White and Brown Bread       Rolls (Hot or Cold)
Following beverages may be ordered for additional charge of five cents:
Tea Coffee Cocoa Milk Instant Postum
9 Half portions served at half price to children under 12 years of age If
ordered on special meal check.
Waiters are not allowed to serve verbal orders.
Passengers will kindly write their orders on meal check.
T. M. McKeown, Manager, Sleeping, Dining and Parlor Cars, Montreal.
V-16-44 3-4-7-8
TEA, COFFEE, ETC.
Coffee, Cup, 10, served with Hot Milk or Cream Instant Postum, 20 Tea, Pot, 20
Cocoa, Pot, 20 Malted Milk, 20 Individual Bottle Milk, 15
$   Half portions served at half price to children under 12 years of age if ordered on special meal check.
"No check issued for less than twenty-five cents per person."
Waiters are not allowed to serve verbal orders.    Passengers will kindly write their orders on meal check.
T. M. McKeown, Manager, Sleeping, Dining and Parlor Cars, Montreal.
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PACIFIC
POWER
V~/ANADIAN PACIFIC locomotives are chalking up impressive mileage records in their efforts to keep vital wartime
traffic on the move with maximum speed and efficiency.
Though all the Company's engines are "doing their bit" in
fine style, special distinction has been conferred on Locomotive 2859, one of the Royal Hudson class, which recently set
a record of 19,053 miles in a single month.
In two other months, Locomotive 2859 was close to its
peak mark in mileage with totals of 18,265 miles and
18,452 miles, while its six-months' average was 17,197
miles. These exceptionally long hauls are in keeping with
the Company's wartime policy of getting maximum service
from all its equipment.
Other Royal Hudsons clicking off extra miles at present
include Locomotive 2858, which operated 17,547 miles in
one month, and Locomotives 2838, 2839, 2840 and 2841—
all on the Toronto to Fort William run—which averaged
16,000 miles monthly over a half-year period.
The crown proudly carried on this locomotive's running
board is a mark of honor for all of the "Royal Hudson" class,
for it was Locomotive 2850, sister engine of the ones now setting
high mileage marks, which took Their Majesties across Canada
in the Royal Visit of 1939, a trip of 3,200 miles. This established
a new world record in long distance hauls performed by a
single locomotive.
Authority for the use of the crown marking was given
after that memorable journey.
Printed in Canada, 1944

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