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Dinner menu from the Dominion train from 1944 Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Dining Car Service 1944

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 The
Painting by MARIUS HUBERT-ROBERT
CHATEAU FRONTENAC
SJn Old Qudec CANADIAN
PACIFIC
THE DOMINION
TABLE D'HOTE DINNERS
$1.25
Young Onions and Radishes Chilled Celery
Boston Clam Chowder or Tomato or Apple Juice
Broiled Half Spring Chicken
Roast Lamb, Mint Sauce Veal Cutlet, Tomato Sauce
Fresh Mushroom Omelet
Assorted Cold Meats with Pickles
Boiled or Mashed Potatoes
Lemon Pie
Peaches with Cream
Mashed Turnips or Wax Beans
Chocolate Pudding
Cantaloupe (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-18-44 3-4-7-8
Take part
of your \ change in
War Savings Stamps
EVERY CENT COUNTS
EVERY STAMP HELPS
TOWARDS VICTORY
The Steward has them
fori sale.
A la Carle Suggestions
RELISHES
Chow Chow, 15 Queen Olives, 20 Tomato or Apple Juice, 15 Celery, 20
SOUP  (Cup)   15,  (Tureen)  25   (See Table d'Hote Menu)
FISH; 50   (See Table d'Hote Menu)
ENTREES, 5D, 5 5 and 65—ROASTS, 60-65   (See Table d'Hote Menu)
CHOPS,  STEAKS, ETC.,  FROM THE GRILL
Sirloin Steak,  1.2 5 Sausages, 40 Small Sirloin Steak,  J.00
Lamb Chops  (one)   3 0,   (two)   5 5 Bacon  (3 strips)   3 0,   (5 strips)   5 0 Bacon with Eggs,  5 5
Ham (y2 cut) with 1 Egg 45, with 2 Eggs, 5 5 Broiled Ham  (l/2 cut)   3 5,  (full cut)   50
EGGS, OMELETS, ETC.
Boiled  (one)   15,   (two)   2 5 Fried  (one)   15,  (two)   25 Scrambled, 3 0
Shirred,   3 5 Poached  on  Toast   (one)   20,   (^two)   3 5
Omelets:—Plain,  3 0 Jelly, Cheese or Parsley, 40
VEGETABLES
Boiled  Potatoes,   15
Sugar Corn,  15
Canadian Sardines, 2 5
Mashed  Potatoes,   15
Green Peas, 15
COLD DISHES
Assorted Cold Meats, 5 0
Chicken,  50
SALADS—WITH FRENCH OR MAYONNAISE DRESSING
Combination, 40 Lettuce and Tomato,  3 5
Chicken, 5 5
Fruit, 40
Chilled Melon, 2 5
DESSERT
Pie,  15 Pudding, 20
BREAD AND ROLLS, 10
CHEESE, 25
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-flve 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.
STATION   LUNCH   ROOMS—VANCOUVER,   CALGARY,   MOOSE   JAW  AND  WINNIPEG GOOD   MEALS,   LIGHT   REFRESHMENTS  AT   POPULAR   PRICES
WWWWWWWWOTW
PACIFIC
WWOTWWOTWWWW
."-    Lr    If    ]!    M    G C   K   U £    £    R ■-    C    £ Chateau Frontenac
in Friendly Old Quebec
At the eastern end of Dufferin Terrace, rises the majestic Chateau Frontenac,
scene of the Quebec Conference^ From its coppered spires to the medieval,
stone-vaulted archway, this hotel is one of the show places of the world and
dominates the sky line of Quebec, the only walled city in North America.
Commanding a delightful vista of the St. Lawrence River, the Chateau
Frontenac is situated on the site of the ancient Chateau St. Louis, residence
of the early governors of New France. This famous hostelry, built in the
style of a sixteenth century French chateau, is the centre of the social and
recreational life of Old Quebec.
Plan to visit Quebec. Enjoy dining, dancing and gracious living at the
Chateau, at moderate cost. Explore the quaint, historic city, shop for
handicrafts and homespuns, ride in a caleche, golf at Montmorency Falls
or the Royal Quebec golf courses, fish in the St. Vincent Lakes, visit
He d'Orleans and the world-famous shrine of Ste. Anne de Beaupre.
The attractions of the Chateau Frontenac as a summer holiday resort are
only equalled by its fame as the headquarters for winter sports. Ski in the
protected Lac Beau port Snow Bowl nearby. The Chateau's Ski-Hawk
School offers expert instruction in the Parallel Technique. Then there's
curling . . . available to guests of the Chateau. Snow-shoeing, ski-joring
and skating on the Hotel's outdoor rink are other popular winter pastimes
in Old Quebec.
For further information, reservations, etc., communicate with hotel
manager or your nearest Canadian Pacific representative. The
.Sleeping Car Conductor will be pleased to wire ahead, without
charge, to any of the Company's hotels for your hotel reservations.
CANADIAN  PACIFIC  HOTELS
HOSTELRIES OF BEAUTY AND EFFICIENCY
Noted for Hospitality, Service and Cuisine at moderate rates.
Printed in Canada, 1944

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