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Menu, Princess Louise Alaska cruise Canadian Pacific Railway. British Columbia Coast Steamship Service 1956

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  GmaJkAMffaafa "PRINCESS" steamers
offer excellent service between
• VANCOUVER-VICTORIA
• VICTORIA-SEATTLE
• VANCOUVER-NANAIMO
• VANCOUVER-ALASKA   (Summer Only)
• VICTORIA-PORT   ANGELES    (Summer Only)
• VANCOUVER-OCEAN FALLS-KITIMAT
PRINCE RUPERT-KETCHIKAN
all these services feature:
Direct to downtown at oil
points • For your convenience, advance car reservations • Frequent sailings •
Ample automobile accomodation • Radio-telephone
equipment  for  ship-to-shore
For RESERVATIONS
and  information  pleose
cell or write your neorest
Canadian Pacific ogent.
Gwa4i**6kcife
 Canadian Pacific Railway's Alaska Service
SS. Princess Louise
DINNER
Chilled Pineapple, Vegetable or Apple Juice
Smoked Salmon Canape       Ripe Olives       Chilled Celery       Queen Olives
Fruit Cocktail
Cream of Tomato
Steamed Alaska Red Salmon, Shrimp Sauce
Garden Salad Bowl with Mayonnaise or French Dressing
Fruit Salad with Cottage Cheese
Roast Leg of Lamb with Mint Jelly
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef with Yorkshire Pudding
Roast Duckling, Dressing, Apple Sauce
Spanish, Jelly, Ham or Plain Omelette
Roasted or Mashed Potatoes
Vegetables in Season
Steamed English Plum Pudding with Hard Sauce
Neapolitan Ice Cream
Deep Raspberry Pie        Wine Jelly
Canadian Stilton, Kraft or Roquefort Cheese        Salted Crackers
Plain or Fruit Cake        Sweet Biscuits
Fresh Fruits
Coffee Noir
Invalids or Passengers on Diet Please Consult the
Chief Steward for Specially Prepared Dishes
Printed in Canada
 "The Kicking Horse River"
Probably the world's best example of a memorial to a
"dumb" animal is the Kicking Horse River, famous as the
guide which led engineers through the very spine of the
Canadian Rockies as they built North America's first
transcontinental railway, the Canadian Pacific. From Stephen,
at the very top of "The Big Hill", to Golden, 38 miles to the
west, this turbulent stream races through canyons and gorges
to join the Columbia River more than half a mile lower.
Magnificent peaks, glaciers, the lovely Yoho Valley, and
the world-famous Spiral Tunnels are amongst the scenic
wonders of the Kicking Horse Pass visible from
Canadian Pacific transcontinental trains.
The horse? A pack animal of the party of engineers who
surveyed the line. He kicked a surveyor into the river.
History recalls the horse, but has forgotten the name of the
victim who scrambled up the bank, dripping wet, and
named the river.
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