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BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
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"PRINCESS MARGUERITE"
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
"PRINCESS OF NANAIMO"
"PRINCESS LOUISE"
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER"
"PRINCESS ELAINE"
 Princess Louise
YEAR AROUND SERVICE
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO
SUMMER ONLY
VICTORIA-SEATTLE      VANCOUVER
VICTORIA-PORT ANGELES
ALASKA
The most relaxing way to travel. Modern Coffee Shop and Dining Room . . . spacious,
quiet comfort in the indoor Observation Lounge. Ample automobile accommodation
... with convenient advance reservations. Frequent sailings . . . direct from downtown to downtown. Radio-telephone equipment for ship to shore calls. For full
information please call or write your nearest Canadian Pacific Agent.
STEAMSHIP
FLEET
Name of
Steamship
Cross
Ton.
Day
Passenger
Capacity
No. of
Beds
No. of
State-
Rooms
Dining
Room
Capacity
Auto
Clearances
Ft.      In.
Auto
Capacity
Pr. Marguerite
5911
2000
95
56
180
7         0
50
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Pr. Patricia
5911
2000
95
53
180
7         0
50
11
Pr. of Nanaimo
6787
1750
8
5
160
7         9
120*
Pr. of Vancouver
5554
1200
—
3
115
18        0
115
Pr. Louise
4032
1000
239
107
100
7       11
7
(On two decks '■.
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(All  Brands when available)
CANADIAN WHISKEY 1 oz.
Canadian Schenley O.F.C.   -60
Corby's Special Selected   -55
Seagram's Crown Royal  -75
Seagram's V.O.   .60
Walker's Canadian  Club   .60
SCOTCH  WHISKEY
L.C.B. 2 Crown  .65
Black & White   .70
Dewar's SpeciaI  .70
Haig & Haig 5 star   .70
Queen Anne   .70
Vat 69   .70
Walker's Red Label  .70
Walker's Black Label '.  .75
BOURBON WHISKEY
Canadian  Bourbon   .60
BRANDY
L.C.B.  Fine Old   .60
Hennessy 3 Star  .90
Monnet     .80
GIN
Canadian Gin   .50
Gordon's  I mported    .60
RUM
Captain Morgan Black Label   .50
Gilbey's Governor General (Demarara)  .55
Le mon H a rt   . 6 0
Melcher's Ron Cabana   .55
VODKA
Canadian Vodka    .55
Ginger Ale, Tonic Water, Coca Cola,  7-Up, Soda Water, served
with the above 10c* additional.
 LIQUEURS
Curasao Ex. Sec. Meagher __
Coffee Liqueur, McGuinness
Benedictine, D.O.M. 	
Cointreau  	
Drambuie 	
Creme de Cacao, Bols 	
Creme de Menthe, Bols	
Cherry  Brandy, McGuinness
1 oz.
.55
.55
.90
.75
.90
.60
.60
.55
Regal  Port ..._.
Regal   Sherry
Emu 999 Port
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CANADIAN WINES
EMPIRE WINES
Glass
3 oz.
_       .45
.__       .45
.55
IMPORTED WINES
Harvey's Hunting Port       1.05
L.C.B. Old Sherry 	
Harvey's Shooting Sherry
Vermouth, Martini  Rosi _.
Vermouth, Noilly Prat 	
St. Julien Bordeaux, Red
.65
.90
.70
.70
.85
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Guinness Stout (nips)
Local  Beer 	
Local Ale 	
McEwan's Pale Ale
B.C. Sparkling Cider
Bass Ale	
.65
.45
.50
.80
.60
.85
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
All mixed drinks contain not less than 1 Vi ozs. liquor
COCKTAILS
ALEXANDER COCKTAIL, No.  1	
GIN,  CREME DE CACAO, CREAM
ALEXANDER COCKTAIL,  No. 2	
BRANDY, CREME DE CACAO, CREAM
GIN "IM" IT
-      .90
.    1.00
.90
GIN,   ITALIAN   VERMOUTH
PINK niK|
.80
BITTERS,   GIN
SCOTCH OLD FASHIONED ._.    	
_    1.00
SCOTCH  WHISKEY,   BITTERS,  SUGAR,  ORANGE,  LEMON,  CHERRY
RYE OLD FASHIONED                    	
.85
RYE  WHISKEY,   BITTERS,  SUGAR,  ORANGE,   LEMON,  CHERRY
PINK   LADY
.80
GIN, GRENADINE, WHITE OF EGG, CREAM
ROB ROY (DRY) 	
.95
SCOTCH   WHISKEY,   FRENCH   VERMOUTH,   BITTERS
ROB ROY (SWEET)       	
.95
SCOTCH   WHISKEY,   ITALIAN   VERMOUTH,   BITTERS
DAIQUIRI                   	
.85
WHITE   RUM,   SUGAR,   LEMON
PERFECT            __    .                                              _._
.80
GIN,   FRENCH   VERMOUTH,   ITALIAN  VERMOUTH
BAMBOO COCKTAII	
SHERRY,   FRENCH   VERMOUTH,   ORANGE   BITTERS
COFFFE COCKTAIL               	
.65
.85
BRANDY,   PORT  WINE,   SUGAR
MARTINI (DRY)      	
GIN,  FRENCH VERMOUTH
MARTINI (SWEET)       	
GIN,   ITALIAN  VERMOUTH
PRINCESS COCKTAII .	
.85
- -      .85'
.90
RUM,   ITALIAN   VERMOUTH
  All mixed drinks contain  not less than   1 V2  ozs. liquor	
17. MANHATTAN (DRY)        .85
RYE  WHISKEY,   FRENCH  VERMOUTH,   BITTERS
18. MANHATTAN (SWEET)        .85
RYE WHISKEY,   ITALIAN  VERMOUTH,   BITTERS
19. STINGER      1.00
BRANDY, CREME DE MENTHE
20. SINGAPORE SLING         .90
GIN,  CHERRY  BRANDY
21. BOMBAY SLING        .90
RUM, CHERRY BRANDY
22. SHANGHAI  SLING        .90
RYE  WISKEY,  CHERRY  BRANDY
23. SIDE CAR       1.05
BRANDY,  COINTREAU,   LEMON  JUICE
24. PLANTERS PUNCH       1.00
RUM, CURACAO,  GRENADINE,   FRUIT JUICES,   RED WINE,  FRUIT
25. CUBA LIBRE         .85
RUM,  LIME  JUICE,  COCA COLA
26. VODKA SCREWDRIVER         .90
VODKA,  FRESH ORANGE JUICE
27. VODKA MARTINI       .85
VODKA,   ITALIAN VERMOUTH
HOT  DRINKS
28. RUM TODDY  _        .80
RUM, SUGAR
29. HOT TODDY          .95
SCOTCH  WHISKEY,  SUGAR
COLLINS
30. TOM COLLINS  -        .80
GIN, LEMON, SUGAR, ORANGE, CHERRY
31. BRANDY COLLINS       1.00
BRANDY,   SUGAR,   LEMON,  ORANGE,   CHERRY
32. RUM COLLINS       .85
RUM,   SUGAR,   LEMON,   ORANGE,   CHERRY
33. RYE COLLINS        .85
' RYE  WHISKEY,  SUGAR,  LEMON,  ORANGE,  CHERRY
34. SCOTCH COLLINS      1.00
SCOTCH WHISKEY,   SUGAR,  LEMON,  ORANGE.  CHERRY
35. VODKA COLLINS         .90
VODKA,  LEMON,  SUGAR, ORANGE, CHERRY
 All mixed drinks contain not less than 1 Vi ozs. liquor
FIZZES
36.    GIN FIZZ
GIN, LEMON, SUGAR
37.   GOLDEN FIZZ
GIN, LEMON, SUGAR, YOLK OF EGG
38.   ROYAL FIZZ
GIN,  LEMON,  SUGAR,  WHOLE  EGG
39.   SILVER FIZZ
GIN,   LEMON,   SUGAR,  WHITE  OF  EGG
RICKIES
40.   GIN RICKEY
GIN.   LIME  JUICE
.80
.85
.85
.85
.80
41. BRANDY SOUR 	
BRANDY,  SUGAR,  LEMON JUICE
42. GIN SOUR	
SOURS
GIN, SUGAR,  LEMON JUICE
43.   RUM SOUR
RUM, SUGAR, LEMON JUICE
44.    SCOTCH SOUR
SCOTCH WHISKEY,  SUGAR, LEMON JUICE
45.   RYE SOUR
RYE  WHISKEY,   SUGAR,  LEMON  JUICE
46.    SHERRY FLIP
CANADIAN SHERRY,  EGG, SUGAR
47.     PORT FLIP
CANADIAN   PORT,   EGG,   SUGAR
.95
.80
.85
.95
.80
.60
.60
 Tomato	
Grapefruit
FRUIT JUICES
Glass
.30
.30
MINERAL WATER
Ginger Ale, Splits   	
Ginger Ale,  Pints    	
Quinnac Tonic  Water	
Coca   Cola	
Seven Up 	
.15
.25
.15
.15
.15
Club Soda, Splits
Club Soda,  Pints
SODAS
.15
.25
Potato   Chips-
Peanuts	
Cheese   Straws.
Package
_ .10
._ .10
_       .10
Roast Beef
Ham 	
Cheese   	
SANDWICHES
.50
.50
.40
The above prices include B.C.  Provincial  Sales Tax.
The "Government Liquor Act" does not permit us to sell liquor for consumption
outside this  lounge.  You are  respectfully requested  not to ask the Steward  for
this service.
PLEASE      PAY      WHEN      SERVED
1028-7-62  PRINTED IN CANADA
 Un VANCOUVER
Gracious Dining
Visit Vancouver's smart new Canadian
Pacific Station Dining Room for a pleasant meal or a welcome pause for refreshments after shopping. The location
couldn't be more convenient, near trains
and ships in the heart of the downtown
district. Decor and furnishings are completely new. Table seating . . . restful
colour scheme. Delicious full-course meals
(including famous Canadian Pacific
crusty rolls) served daily from 7:15 a.m.
to 8:30 p.m. Standard Time.
And U NANAIMO
It's the Terminal Restaurant!
Going and coming . . . you'll enjoy the
relaxing harbour-view atmosphere of
Nanaimo's attractive Terminal Restaurant. Meet your friends for tasty sandwiches, salads, short orders, soda fountain
service ... or excellent full-course dinners. Open daily - 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday
and Sunday only to 9 p.m.
. . . P.S. If you're "on the run ... or
waiting for a steamer in your car . . .
use our convenient "Take Out" service.
Canac(tan(fkdfic
 clear, colorful... expansive, exciting
aboard
CANADIAN  PACIFIC
SCENIC   DOME  TRAINS
The sky's the limit through the panoramic glare-proof windows from
the upper level Scenic Dome. Modern as tomorrow, the diesel-drawn
all-stainless-steel Streamliners, The Canadian and The Dominion,
travel swiftly, smoothly on the world's longest Dome route across
Canada. Deluxe dining room and coffee shop . . . relaxing air-conditioned comfort . . . reclining coach seats reserved at no extra cost
— adjustable head rests, full length leg rests . . . choice^ of ten types
of sleeping accommodation.
VANCOUVER-MONTREAL   •   VANCOUVER-TORONTO
SEE IT ALL AT  NO  EXTRA FARE ABOARD
THE   ONLY   "DOME"   ROUTE   ACROSS   CANADA
 PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER'
Built 1955, the Princess of Vancouver makes
three round trips daily between Vancouver and
Nanaimo. Luxuriously appointed, with an attractive coffee shop and refreshment lounge, this
ship has accommodation for 1200 passengers.
The large vehicle deck has space for 28 freight
cars or 115 automobiles and trucks. Specially
built piers at both terminals provide for rapid
loading and unloading.
P-
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 Luncheon Selections
Amounts shown indicates price of entire meal.
CHILLED JUICES:
Orange Apple Grapefruit Tomato
SOUP OF THE DAY
SELECTIONS:
Combination Vegetable Salad with Mayonnaise or French Dressing    $1.50
Chicken Salad with Mayonnaise or French Dressing $2.00
Fruit Salad with Cottage Cheese _ $1.75
Grilled Red B.C. Salmon Steak, au Beaurre $2.00
Fried Sole, Tartar Sauce $2.00
Cold Fresh Salmon, Mayonnaise, Cucumber $2.00
Cheese Omelette with Strip of Bacon $1.75
Individual Steak and Kidney Pie $2.00
Assorted Cold Cuts with Potato Salad $2.00
Breaded Veal Cutlet, Tomato Sauce $2.00
Boiled or French Fried Potatoes
Vegetables in Season
CHOICE OF DESSERT:
Cocoanut Cream Pie
Vanilla Ice Cream
Rice and Raisin Pudding
Fruit Jelly, Whipped Cream
Deep Apple Pie
or
Canadian Cheese with Salted Crackers
Assorted Breads
Pot of Tea
Coffee, Cup Cocoa. Cup
Individual Carton Milk
Cold Crusty Rolls
Postum, Cup
No Vegetables Served with Salad Meals
Half Portions Served to Children under 12 Years
Invalids or Passengers on Diet Please Consult the
Chief Steward for Specially Prepared Dishes
Please Pay Cashier on Way Out
Printed in Canada
 This portrait of
Her Most Gracious Majesty, Elizabeth II,
symbolizes world-wide acclaim
on the occasion of her Coronation.
Today, in Canadian Pacific steamships, trains,
aircraft, hotels, restaurants and the
Trafalgar Square offices in London,
all join in wishing
"Health unto Her Majesty!"
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Table 'D'Hote dinner
TWO DOLLARS
Seafood Cocktail
Green and Ripe Olives Iced Celery
Cream of Tomato Ox Tail Soup
Vegetable Salad,  Mayonnaise or French Dressing
CHOICE OF:
Steamed British Columbia Salmon, Parsley Sauce
Chicken Patties with Mushrooms Boiled Ox Tongue, Caper Sauce
Baked Ham, Raisin Sauce
Roast Lamb, Mint Sauce
Roast Stuffed Island Turkey, Cranberry Sauce
COLD  SIDEBOARD
Cottage Cheese with Fruit Salad
British Columbia Salmon with Cucumber, Mayonnaise
Ox Tongue Ham Roast Lamb Turkey Roast Beef
Roast or Mashed Potatoes
Vegetables in Season
Steamed Fruit Pudding, Sweet Sauce
Deep Apple Pie Lemon Meringue Pie
Wine Jelly with Whipped Cream Vanilla Ice Cream
Assorted Cake
Kraft or Canadian Cheese Crackers
Fresh Fruit
Tea Milk Coffee
T-11-51     Printed in Canada
 MOUNT EISENHOWER
North of the Canadian Pacific transcontinental railway line, between Banff and Lake
Louise, this mighty mountain has stood like a
medieval fortress longer than Indian legends
can remember. For many years, because of its
likeness to a sturdy fortress, it was known as
Castle Mountain. Now, as an enduring tribute
to the Supreme Commander of the Allies, the
Canadian Government has re-named the eight-
mile - long    mountain   "Mount    Eisenhower/'
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. COAST STEAMSHIPS
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Information
To Alaska and back, via vthe world famed Inside Passage, is a two thousand mile eight and one-half days
voyage from Vancouver!*   PalatiaLC. P. R. Princess Liners leave Vancouver all the year round.
During the summer months, the splendid Princess Kathleen (above) 368 feet long, Princess Louise (below
left), and the Prince&Ndrah/(below right)  serve this popular travel route.
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Excellent daily Automobile Ferry services are maintained by fast modern
Princess liners between Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle; Vancouver and
Nanaimo.
Triple screw Princess Elaine (above), 301 feet,
a typical ship on the all-year Nanaimo-Vancouver
Service.
Magnificent 5,500-ton sister ships Princess Joan and
Princess Elizabeth (above), operating night service
between Vancouver and Victoria, leaving at midnight each direction. The last word in night travel.
one-half days cruise, West Coast of Vancouver Island,
Maquinna (above left). East Coast and Gulf Islands,
Mary   (above right).    Regular  service.
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Table d'Hote Luncheon
ONE  DOLLAR  SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS
Tomato, Apple or V. 8 Juice
Iced Celery Queen Olives Mixed Pickles
Beef Broth with Vegetables Clam Chowder
Gardener's Salad,  Mayonnaise or French Dressing
CHOICE OF:
Fried Pan Fish, Tartare Sauce
Grilled Salmon Steak, Maitre d'Hotel
Grilled Lamb Chops, Green Peas Plain or Jelly Omelette
Steak and Kidney Pie
Grilled Spring Chicken
COLD  SIDEBOARD
Cottage Cheese with Pineapple
British Columbia Salmon with Cucumber, Mayonnaise
Roast Beef Ham Roast Lamb Turkey Ox Tongue
French Fried or Boiled Potatoes
Vegetables in Season
Steamed Date Pudding, Sweet Sauce
Deep Apple Pie Cocoanut Cream Pie
Wine Jelly with Whipped Cream Vanilla Ice Cream
Kraft or Canadian Cheese Crackers
Tea                  Milk Coffee
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Palatial C P. R. Princess Liners leave Vancouver twice a
week during the Summer months. The splendid Princess
Charlotte (above) 3 30 feet long, the Princess Alice, 289
feet and the Princess Louise (below) 3 30 feet, serve this
popular   travel   route.
Splendid daily automobile
ferry services are maintained by fast modern Princess liners between Victoria
and Seattle, Vancouver and
Nanaimo, Steveston and
Sidney. Triple screw Princess Elaine (right) a typical ship on the all-year
Nanaimo-Vancouver run.
See Purser for Information
West Coast of Vancouver
Island Cruises. The new and
renowned Princess Norah
(above) and the popular
Princess Maquinna sail regularly from Victoria on this
spectacular six and a half
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Elizabeth (below) operate on the night
service between Vancouver and Victoria.
These 5 5 00 ton, twin screw ships offer the
last word in night accommodation, leaving
every night at midnight in each direction.
All-year  service.
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Pilchard on Toast       Potted Game Sandwich Sardine Parmesan
Mixed Olives Pickled Walnuts Celery
British Columbia Clam Chowder
tr"   Beef Broth with Vegetables Cold Consomme
Fried Pan Fish, Tartare Sauce        Smoked Salmon
Fresh Curried Shrimps with Rice Au Gratin Spaghetti
Braized Breast of Lamb, Green Peas Broiled Chicken —
Grilled Loin Beef Steak with Mushroom Sauce
— Baked Jacket French Fried Potatoes
Fresh Vegetables in Season /^^
Lettuce and Tomato [SALADS] Apple and Celery _
COLD SIDEBOARD
Sirloin of Beef Turkey and Ham Melton Mowbray Pie
Lamb, Mint Jelly
Corned Beef
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Wine Jelly with Whipped Cream Custard Pudding, Maple Sauce
Lemon and Apple Pie Ice CreamscZf*ja£j^ S<ZuL^
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MacLaren's   Imperial,   Canadian   Stilton,   Kraft   Cheese
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voyage from Vancouver.    Palatial C P. R. Princess Liners leave Vancouver all the year round.
During the summer months, the splendid Princess Louise (above) 3 30 feet long, and the Princess Norah
(below left)   serve this popular travel route.
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Sister ship of the Princess Alice, the comfortable
Princess Adelaide (above), over 3 000 tons and 302
feet long, provides a regular service to Ocean Falls,
Prince Rupert and many other places of interest.
Magnificent 5 500-ton sister ships Princess Joan
and Princess Elizabeth (above) operating night service
between Vancouver and Victoria, leaving at midnight
each direction.     The last word in night travel.
Six and one half days cruise, West Coast of Vancouver Island.
Princess Maquinna (above left). East Coast and Gulf Islands, Princess
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Tomato Juice
Celery
Mixed Pickles
Radishes
Beef Broth with Vegetables
Fried Pan Fish Smoked Salmon
Boiled Finnan Haddie, Cream Sauce
Combination Salad
Sliced Pickled Beets
Fricassee of Chicken, Green Peas
Curried Eggs with Rice Au Gratin Spaghetti
Grilled Liver and Onions Cheese Omelette
Braised Breast of Lamb
Baked, Jacket and French Fried Potatoes
Fresh Vegetables in Season
COLD  SIDEBOARD
Turkey Bologna Meat Loaf
Cold Salmon with Cucumber, Mayonnaise
Wine Jelly
Tea
Rice Custard Pudding
Lemon Pie Apple Pie
Assorted Cake
Canadian Cheese
Milk
Coffee
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Chief Steward for Specially Prepared Dishes
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To Alaska and back, via the world famed Inside Passage, is a two thousand mile nine-day voyage from
Vancouver.    Palatial C P. R. Princess Liners leave Vancouver  all  year   around during  the  Summer  months.
The splendid Princess Charlotte  (above)   342 feet long, the Princess Alice, 3 02  feet and the Princess Louise
(below)   330  feet, serve  this popular  travel  route.
Splendid daily automobile
ferry services are maintained
by fast modern Princess liners
between Victoria and Seattle,
Vancouver and Nanaimo,
Steveston and Sidney. Triple
screw Princess Elaine (right)
301 feet, a typical ship on
the all - year Nanaimo - Vancouver run.
Sister ship of the Princess Alice, the comfortable
Princess Adelaide (above), over 3000 tons and 302
feet long, provides a regular service to Ocean Falls
and Prince Rupert.
Magnificent 5500-ton sister ships Princess Joan
and Princess Elizabeth (above) operating night service
between Vancouver and Victoria, leaving at midnight
each direction.    The last word in night travel.
Seven-day cruises, West Coast of Vancouver Island. Princess Norah
(above left) and Princess Maquinna. East Coast and Gulf Islands,
Princess Mary  (above right).    Regular service.
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Fruit Cocktail Tomato Juice
Pilchard on Toast       Potted Game Sandwich Sardine Parmesan
Mixed Olives Pickled Walnuts
British Columbia Clam Chowder
Beef Broth with Vegetables Cold or Hot Consomme
Fried Pan Fish, Tartare Sauce Smoked Fraser River Salmon
Fresh Curried Shrimps with Rice Au Gratin Spaghetti
Braized Breast of Lamb, Green Peas Broiled Spring Chicken
Grilled Loin Beef Steak with Mushroom Sauce
Baked Jacket and French Fried Potatoes
Fresh Vegetables in Season
Lettuce and Tomato [SALADS] Apple and Celery
COLD  SIDEBOARD
Sirloin of Beef Turkey and Ham Veal and Ham Pie
Spring Lamb, Mint Jelly Jellied Ox Tongue
Cold Fraser River Salmon, Mayonnaise
Wine Jelly with Whipped Cream Custard Pudding, Maple Sauce
English Jam Tart Apple Pie Ice Cream
Assorted Cake
MacLaren's  Imperial,   Canadian   Stilton,   Kraft   Cheese
Tea Milk Coffee
Invalids  or Passengers  on  Diet Please Consult the
Chief Steward for Specially Prepared Dishes
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Chilled Juice Selection
Sandwiches on White or Brown Bread
Apple         Grapefruit         Orange         Tomato
Small,   15c                  Double, 30c
Roast Beef, 40c      Ox Tongue, 35c      Hgm, 40c     Tuna Fish, 40c
Devilled  Egg,  35c         Salmon, 35c         Sardine,  40c
Lettuce and Tomato,  30c         Cheese,  30c
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Peanut Butter, 25c
Stewed Prunes, 15c
Toasted Sandwiches,  5c  Extra
*    *    *
•     *    *
Cereals
Corn Flakes, Bran Flakes, Shredded Wheat, All  Bran, Grapenuts
White or Brown Bread Toast,  15c
Bread and Butter,  10c
Two boiled Eggs served with Toast, 50c
Served with Cream, 25c
•    *    *
Cheese with  Salted  Crackers and  Butter,  25c
Two Cup Cakes, 15c                          Two Doughnuts, 15c
Five ''Dads" Cookies,  10c
Soups, Ready to Serve, with Crackers
Chicken with  Noodles         Vegetable         Cream of Tomato
Assorted Pie, per cut, 20c; with Cheese or Ice Cream, 30c
Strawberry Jam,   10c              Marmalade,   10c
Cake, per cut, 20c
Cream of Mushroom                                            Cream of Green  Pea
*    *    *
Clam Chowder  .   .   .  25c
Cup of Ovaltine, 15c         Pot of Tea, 15c         Cup of Coffee, 10c
*    *    *
Individual carton Milk,  15c
Cold Plates, served with Roll and Butter
Cup of Cccoa,  10c         Cup of Oxo,  15c         Hot Milk,  15c
Hot Chocolate,  15c
Fresh Salmon, Mayonnaise, 70c
•    •    *
Assorted Cold Meats with Potato Salad, 85c
Soft Drinks
Combination Vegetable Salad, Mayonnaise or French Dressing, 60c
Canada   Dry  Ginger Ale,  25c
Fruit Salad  with  Cottage  Cheese,  65c
Chevy Chase Ginger Ale, 20c
Chevy Chase Soda Water, 20c
*    *    *
Coca Cola,  10c                   Orange Crush,  10c
Ice Cream,  15c
Seven-Up,  10c
Malted Milk, 30c; with Egg, 35c
A charge of 5c per bottle will be made for Room Service.
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week during the Summer months. The splendid Princess
Charlotte (above) 3 30 feet long, the Princess Alice, 289
feet and the Princess Louise (below) 3 30 feet, serve this
popular   travel   route.
Splendid daily automobile
ferry services are maintained by fast modern Princess liners between Victoria
and Seattle, Vancouver and
Nanaimo, Steveston and
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Fried Pan Fish, Tartare Sauce Steamed Smoked Salmon
Pickled Walnuts White Onions Chow Chow Sweet Pickles
Fresh Curried Shrimps with Rice Au Gratin Spaghetti
Braized Breast of Lamb, Green Peas Fricassee of Chicken
Grilled Loin Beef Steak with Mushroom Sauce
Baked Jacket French Fried Potatoes
Fresh Vegetables in Season
SALADS
Lettuce and Tomato Apple and Celery
Cold Sideboard
Sirloin of Beef Turkey and Ham Melton Mowbray Pie
Lamb, Mint Jelly Corned Beef Jellied Tongue
Fowl in Aspic Jelly
Wine Jelly with Whipped Cream Custard Pudding, Lemon Sauce
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Palatial C. P. R. Princess Liners leave Vancouver twice a
week during the Summer months. The splendid Princess
Charlotte (above) 3 30 feet long, the Princess Alice, 289
feet and the Princess Louise (below) 3 30 feet, serve this
popular   travel   route.
Splendid daily automobile
ferry services are maintained by fast modern Princess liners between Victoria
and Seattle, Vancouver and
Nanaimo, Steveston and
Sidney. Triple screw Princess Elaine (right) a typical ship on the all-year
Nanaimo-Vancouver run.
See Purser for Information
West Coast of Vancouver
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last word in night accommodation, leaving
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All-year  service.
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Hors d'CEuvres Varies :
Crabmeat Cocktail
Cheese Straws Iced Celery Ripe and Queen Olives
Clam Chowder Consomme Royal
Steamed Deep Sea Cod, Cardinal Sauce
Boiled Ox Tongue, Vinaigrette     Cheese Omelette     Curried Prawns with Rice
Roast Chicken with Chestnut Dressing, Bread Sauce
Prime Ribs of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding
Haunch of Mutton, Red Currant Jelly
Boiled, Mashed and Browned Potatoes Vegetables in Season
Apple and Celery Salad
Sultana Pudding, Maple Sauce Deep Apple Pie
Compote of Apricots Princess Ice Cream Marmalade Tarts
Fresh Fruit Nuts and Raisins Assorted Cake
Imported Roquefort and Canadian Cheese
Salted Crackers
Cafe Noir
Invalids or Passengers on Diet Please Consult the
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In all the comfort of a fine
club you may sweep through
the most diversified, the most
ruggedly beautiful coastline in
America. Perfect service, delicious meals and an unbroken
panorama of stimulating
scenes. For further particulars consult the purser aboard
this ship or any Canadian
Pacific agent.
A cruise to the glorious West Coast Wonderland
that few travellers know . . . visits to quaint and
primitive tribes . . . the lure of historic spots
along the most spectacular seacoast in the world
. . . scenes as depicted above . . . rugged headlands . . . colourful villages . . . here and there
a thriving community . . . and all made yours by
a perfect summer voyage on the splendidly-
equipped Canadian Pacific liners Princess Norah
or Princess Maquinna.
KKITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIPS
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Ideally located in the heart
of   Canada's western  metropolis   .   .   .   convenient  to   every
where . . . dominating the city.
Picture yourself  there .. . there's
a view  from your bedroom window   that   is   among   the   world's
finest . .  . snow-capped mountains
.   .   .  giant  trees  .   .   .  glistening
shipping   and   the   busy   hum  of
street life a hundred feet below
. . . the outlook of a mountain
resort and the accessibility of a
downtown  office  block  .   .   .
that's the Hotel Vancouver.
CANADIAN  PACIFIC HOTELS
Resting    in   an   old-world
garden of gorgeous colours is
the stately new Empress Hotel
at  Victoria,  Canada's Garden
City.    Here,   in   surroundings
reminiscent of Old England, you
can relax . . . enjoy life . . . play.
You  like golf?   Here  are  championship   courses   on   every   side
.  . . green the year round .  .  .
soft alluring fairways . . . velvet
greens . .  . views from every
tee  .  .  .  banks  of  oak trees
. . . golf as golf should be.
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Hors d'CEuvres Varies
Shrimp Cocktail
Ripe and Queen Olives       Salted Almonds       Celery Hearts
Ox Tail a la Windsor Beef Bouillon
Steamed Spring Salmon, Anchovy Butter
Boiled York Ham, Mustard Sauce
Calves' Head, Vinaigrette     Apricot Fritter, Custard Sauce
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef au Jus Spring Lamb, Mint Sauce
Island Turkey with Dressing, Cranberry Sauce
Browned, Mashed and Boiled Potatoes     Vegetables in Season
Romaine Salad Sliced Tomatoes
English Plum Pudding, Hard Sauce
Deep Apple Pie with Whipped Cream Pineapple Jelly
Strawberry Ice Cream
Fresh Fruit Nuts and Raisins Assorted Cake
Imported Roquefort and Canadian Cheese
Salted Crackers
Cafe Noir
Invalids or ^Passengers on Diet Please Consult the
Chief Steward for Specially Prepared Dishes
Special Salads Served
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urging you to revel in the mysteries of the
Orient. Travel to lands of romance . . . charm
. . . amazement. Wander down Bubbling Well
Road . . . Motomachi Dori . . . gaze spellbound
at Miyajima . . . colossal Torii . . . the Peak
at Hong Kong ... a thousand thousand things
to see, but see them in comfort. Travel Canadian Pacific and  travel  right!
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Information
To Alaska and back, via the world famed Inside Passage, is a two thousand mile eight and one-half days
voyage from Vancouver.    Palatial C. P. R. Princess Liners leave Vancouver all the year round.
During the summer months, the splendid Princess Louise (above) 3 30 feet long, and the Princess Norah
(below left)  serve this popular travel route.
Excellent daily Automobile Ferry services are maintained by fast modern
Princess liners between Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle, Vancouver and
Nanaimo, and during summer months
Steveston and Sidney.
Triple screw Princess Elaine (right),
301 feet, a typical ship on the all-year
Nanaimo-Vancouver Service.
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3 000 tons and 302 feet long, provides a regular service to Ocean Falls, Prince Rupert and many other
places of interest.
Magnificent 5500-ton sister ships Princess Joan
and Princess Elizabeth (above) operating night service
between Vancouver and Victoria, leaving at midnight
each direction.    The last word in night travel.
Five and one-half days cruise, West Coast of Vancouver Island,
Princess Maquinna (above left). East Coast and Gulf Islands, Princess
Mary  (above right).    Regular service.
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Tomato Juice
Potted Game Sandwich
Iced Celery
Beef Broth with Vegetables
Fried Pan Fish, Tartare Sauce
Combination Salad
Apple Juice
Sardine Parmesan
Mixed Pickles
Puree of Split Pea
Grilled Salmon Steak
Sliced Pickled Beets
Steak and Kidney Pie
Curried Lamb with Rice Jelly Omelette
Grilled Loin Beef Steak with Mushroom Sauce
Baked or French Fried Potatoes
Fresh Vegetables in Season
COLD  SIDEBOARD
Sirloin of Beef    Turkey and Ham    Cold Salmon with Cucumber, Mayonnaise
Corned Beef Leg of Lamb, Mint Jelly
Wine Jelly with Whipped Cream Rice Custard Pudding
Raisin or Apple Pie Ice Cream
Assorted Cake
Kraft and Canadian Cheese
Tea Milk Coffee
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HORS D'OEUVRES
Anchovy Toast Queen Olives
SOUPS
Consomme a la Royal Cream of Celery
FISH
Fried Cod, Hollandaise Sauce
SALADS
Head  Lettuce,  Mayonnaise Sliced  Tomatoes
Pickled Beetroot
HOT DISHES
Bombay Curry, and Rice Broiled Chicken, with Bacon
Spaghetti Italienne
Grilled Loin Steak, Champignon Sauce
COLD
Roast Mutton Corned Beef Ox Tongue
Roast Beef, Horseradish
York Ham Bologna Sausage
VEGETABLES
Baked and French Fried Potatoes
Vegetables in Season
SWEETS
Rice Custard Pudding Fresh Fruit Pie
Lemon Jelly Sliced Pineapple Ice Cream
Fruit Cake
Imperial, Kraft and Canadian Cheese.
Tea Coffee

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