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HORS d'CEUVRES
Sardines on Toast Ripe Olives Eclairs aux Anchois
SOUPS
Potage a la Rouemaise
Consomme
FISH
Boiled Cod, Sauce aux Moules
SALADS
Head Lettuce, Mayonnaise
Sliced Beetroot
ENTREES
Baked York Ham, Rex Sauce Timbale a la Rossini
Princess Fritters, Custard Sauce
ROASTS
Prime Roast Ribs Beef, Brown Potatoes
Roast Leg Mutton, Red Currant Jelly
Roast  Duckling,  Gooseberry  Sauce
VEGETABLES
Boiled and Mashed Potatoes Vegetables in Season
SWEETS
Steamed Pineapple Pudding, Golden Sauce    Deep Apple Pie
Raspberry Jelly,  Whipped  Cream      Jam  Turnover
Lemon Ice Cream Assorted Cake Fresh Fruits
MacLaren's Imperial, Kraft and Canadian Stilton Cheese
Tea Coffee
 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST SERVICE
C-P-R
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Victoria - Vancouver - Seattle
 Easy to Reach-andmsy to like
Pure air to breathe—fine food paired with fine appetite—
mountain majesty and lake loveliness to look upon—and a
bungalow all your own—with a club house for meals. Life for
the love of it, with all life's cares removed, is what you find at
Bungalow Camps in the
Canadian Pacific Rockies
Then there's Banff and its Hotel; the Chateau at Lake
Louise, Emerald Lake Chalet; hotels at Glacier and Sicamous. A fortnight of Canada out-of-doors means another
year of health. Returns are big, the investment small.
Let us attend to the details.
Canadian Pacific
It Spans the'World
 APPLE  WEEK
OCTOBER 31st to NOVEMBER 6th
Apples to eat,
Apples to stew,
Apples all cooked,
Just waiting for you.
Dinner
HORS D'OEUVRES
Anchovy Toast Salted Almonds Ripe Olives
SOUPS
Mulligatawny Consomme Julienne
FISH
Boiled Salmon,  Shrimp  Sauce
SALADS
Head Lettuce     Sliced Cucumbers     Apple and Celery Salad
ENTREES
Pork Cutlets and Apple Rings Apple Fritters
ROASTS
Roast Young Chicken with Bread Sauce
Roast Leg of Veal with Dressing and Apple Jelly
Roast Sirloin Beef, Horseradish Sauce
VEGETABLES
in Season
Boiled, Roast and Mashed Potatoes
SWEETS
Dainty Pudding, Caramel Sauce Deep Apple Pie
B. C. Apple Turnovers Lemon Jelly
Strawberry Ice Cream
Oranges Apples Bananas Nuts, Assorted
McLaren's   Roquefort,   Imperial   and   Canadian   Cheese
Tea Coffee Cocoa
  VICTORIA - VANCOUVER - SKAGWAY SERVICE
EMPRESS
HOTEL
VICTORIA,
BRITISH
COLUMBIA
MENU
Tiffin
Apple, Tomato or Vegetable Juice
Radishes Green Olives Green Onions
Split Pea Soup
Lettuce and Tomato Salad
Fried Pan Fish, Tartare Sauce      Steamed Halibut, Parsley Sauce
Grilled Beef Steak, Fresh Mushrooms
Bombay Curry and Rice
Plain or Cheese Omelette
Spaghetti a la Italienne
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COLD SIDEBOARD
Roast Veal with Jelly
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef, Horseradish
/  J to s Galantine of Fowl
Head Cheese
York Ham       Salmon, Mayonnaise
French Fried, Boiled or Baked Potatoes
Vegetables in Season
Apple Charlotte Fruit Jelly, Whipped Cream
Pear Pie Strawberry Blanc Mange
Assorted Cake       Canadian Cheese      Toasted Crackers
Tea Coffee Cocoa
(Hot or Cold)
Milk
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DINNER
Chilled Apple, Tomato or Orange Juice
Potted Game on Toast        Ripe or Green Olives        Celery en Branche
Seafood Cocktail
Cream of Asparagus
Consomme Royal
Quarter Lettuce and Sliced Tomatoes. Mayonnaise or French Dressing
Fruit Salad with Cottage Cheese
Steamed Halibut, Parsley Sauce
Broiled Codfish Steak, Colbert Sauce
Fried Bananas, Custard Sauce
Roast Pork, Apple Sauce
Roast Spring Lamb, Mint Sauce
Roast Young Duck, Sage and Onion Dressing
Boiled, Browned or Mashed Potatoes
Vegetables in Season
Steamed Plum Pudding, Sweet Sauce Lemon Cream Pie
Fruit Jelly, Whipped Cream Marmalade Tart
Strawberry Ice Cream
Scotch Shortbread Assorted Cake
Imperial, Roquefort or Canadian Cheese Salted Crackers
Fresh Fruit
Coffee Noir
Invalids or Passengers on Diet Please Consult the
Chief Steward for Specially Prepared Dishes
Special Salads Served
to your order
517-6-52     Printed in Canada
 "The Kicking Horse"
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.
 CANADL IC
 SHORT SEATRIPS
To Alaska and back, via the world famed Tnside 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.
Sister ship of the Princess Alice, the comfortable
Princess Adelaide (above), over 3000 tons and 3 02
feet long, provides a regular service to Ocean Falls,
Prince Rupert and many other places of interest.
Magnificent 5 5 00-ton sister ships Princess loan
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
Mary   (above  right).    Regular  service.
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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
Haricot of Ox Tails
Baked, Jacket and French Fried Potatoes
Fresh Vegetables in Season
COLD  SIDEBOARD
Turkey Bologna Meat Loaf
Cold Salmon with Cucumber, Mayonnaise
Wine Jelly Rice Custard Pudding
Lemon Pie Apple Pie
Assorted Cake
Canadian Cheese
Tea Milk Coffee
Invalids or Passengers on Diet Please Consult  the
Chief Steward for Specially Prepared Dishes
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"PRINCESS MARGUERITE7'
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
"PRINCESS OF NANAIMO"
"PRINCESS LOUISE"
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER"
"PRINCESS ELAINE"
 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
ill
Name of
Steamship
Gross
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
111
Pr. Patricia
5911
2000
95
53
180
7         0
50
Pr. of Nanaimo
6787
1750
8
5
160
7         9
120*
fe
Pr. of Vancouver
5554
1200
—
3
115
18        0
115
fc!
Pr. Louise
4032
1000
239
107
100
7       11
7
On two decks ; \|
  C^VLtit*
(All  Brands when available)
Canadian Schenley O.F.C.
Corby's Special Selected _
Seagram's Crown Royal	
Seagram's V.O. 	
CANADIAN WHISKEY
Walker's Canadian Club
1 02.
.60
.55
.75
.60
.60
L.C.B. 2 Crown
Black & White
Dewar's Special
Haig & Haig 5 star
Queen Anne 	
Vat 69 	
Walker's Red Label	
Walker's Black Label.
SCOTCH  WHISKEY
.65
.70
.70
.70
.70
.70
.70
.75
Canadian  Bourbon
BOURBON WHISKEY
.60
L.C.B. Fine Old
Hennessy 3 Star
Mon net   	
BRANDY
.60
.90
.80
Canadian Gin 	
Gordon's   Imported
GIN
.50
.60
RUM
Captain Morgan Black Label 	
Gilbey's Governor General (Demarara)
Lemon Hart 	
Melcher's Ron Cabana
.50
.55
.60
.55
VODKA
Canadian Vodka
Ginger Ale, Tonic Water, Coca Cola,  7-Up, Soda Water, served
with the above lOtf additional.
.55
 LIQUEURS
Curacao Ex. Sec. Meagher __
Coffee Liqueur, McGuinness
Benedictine, D.O.M. 	
Cointreau  	
Dra m bu i e 	
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
Harvey's Hunting Port
L.C.B. Old Sherry 	
Harvey's Shooting Sherry
Vermouth, Martini  Rosi ~
Vermouth, Noilly Prat 	
St. Julien Bordeaux, Red
TU
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CANADIAN WINES
EMPIRE WINES
IMPORTED WINES
Glass
3 oz
.45
.45
.55
1.05
.65
.90
.70
.70
.85
yeet,
c^hie an,JL extant
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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All mixed drinks contain not less than 1 Vi ozs. liquor
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
COCKTAILS
ALEXANDER COCKTAIL, No.   1	
GIN, CREME DE CACAO, CREAM
ALEXANDER COCKTAIL, No. 2	
BRANDY, CREME DE CACAO, CREAM
GIN "N" IT	
GIN,   ITALIAN   VERMOUTH
PINK GIN
BITTERS,   GIN
SCOTCH OLD FASHIONED	
SCOTCH  WHISKEY,   BITTERS,  SUGAR,  ORANGE,  LEMON,  CHERRY
RYE OLD FASHIONED 	
RYE  WHISKEY,   BITTERS,   SUGAR,   ORANGE,   LEMON,   CHERRY
PINK  LADY	
GIN, GRENADINE, WHITE OF EGG, CREAM
ROB ROY (DRY)
SCOTCH   WHISKEY,   FRENCH   VERMOUTH,   BITTERS
ROB ROY (SWEET)
SCOTCH  WHISKEY,   ITALIAN  VERMOUTH,   BITTERS
DAIQUIRI
WHITE  RUM,   SUGAR,   LEMON
PERFECT
GIN,   FRENCH   VERMOUTH,   ITALIAN  VERMOUTH
BAMBOO COCKTAIL
SHERRY,   FRENCH   VERMOUTH,   ORANGE   BITTERS
COFFEE COCKTAIL .
BRANDY,   PORT  WINE,   SUGAR
MARTINI (DRY)
GIN, FRENCH VERMOUTH
MARTINI (SWEET)
GIN,   ITALIAN   VERMOUTH
PRINCESS COCKTAIL __
RUM,   ITALIAN  VERMOUTH
.90
.00
.90
.80
.00
.85
.80
.95
.95
.85
.80
.65
.85
.85
.85
.90
  All mixed drinks contoin not less than   1 Vi  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
 3n 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 9* 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.
Canadtofyhcifiic
 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.
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 The storied center of the
gold country: city of Dawson.
Below: Fighting the
current of the mighty Yukon
at Five Finger Rapids.
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Canadian Pacific Railway's Alaska Service
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DINNER
Apple Juice
Green Olives Radishes Celery en Branche
Cream of Tomato Soup
Combination Salad
Steamed Chicken Halibut, Shrimp Sauce, Potato Croquettes
Boiled Leg of Mutton, Caper Sauce
Apple Fritters, Lemon Sauce
Roast Sirloin Beef, Yorkshire Pudding
Stuffed Roast Capon, White Sauce
Brown or Mashed Potatoes
Vegetables in Season
Ginger Pudding, Maple Sauce
Deep Apple Pie Lemon Pie
Wine Jelly Ice Cream Assorted Cake
Canadian Cheese Toasted Crackers
Fresh Fruit
Coffee
PETER L. LESLIE,
Commander.
Invalids or Passengers on Diet Please Consult the
Chief Steward for Specially Prepared Dishes
Special Salads Served
to your order
Ala.-2-6-47
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 Canadian Pacific Hotels
*THE digby pines,
*LAKESIDE INN,
CORNWALLIS INN,
*ALGONQUIN HOTEL,
McADAM HOTEL,
CHATEAU FRONTENAC,
ROYAL YORK HOTEL,
♦DEVIL'S GAP LODGE,
ROYAL ALEXANDRA HOTEL,
HOTEL SASKATCHEWAN,
HOTEL PALLISER,  -
*BANFP SPRINGS HOTEL,
*CHATEAU LAKE LOUISE,
*EMERALD LAKE CHALET,
EMPRESS HOTEL,
*These hotels are open
Digby,  N. S.
Yarmouth, N. S.
-     Kentville, N. S.
St.  Andrews-By-The-Sea,  N. B.
McAdam, N. B.
Quebec, Que.
-    Toronto, Ont.
Kenora, Ont.
Winnipeg, Man.
Regina, Sask.
-    Calgary, Alta.
Banff, Alta.
Lake Louise, Alta.
Field, B. C.
- Victoria, B. C.
in Summer only.
HOTEL VANCOUVER, - Vancouver, B. C.
(Operated by the Vancouver Hotel Company Limited on behalf of
the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National Railway Companies)     '
 fasu*"**'
 Skagway—
At the end of Lynn Canal
The Malamute-
More than man's friend
in Alaska
(Photo by Morant)
Above—
A way to get the newest aspect
of Alaska—at Skagway
(Photo by Ordway)
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Blanchard's
Garden at Skagway—a rare treat
(Photo by Dauphin)
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Canadian Pacific Railway's Alaska Service
DINNER
Hors d'CEuvres Varies
Apple Juice
Consomme Royal
Chicken Halibut, Potatoes Princess
Gardener's Salad
Chicken a la King
Boiled Leg Mutton, Onion Sauce
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding
Fresh Vegetables in Season      Roast, Boiled or Mashed Potatoes
Deep Apple Pie Fruit Sundae
Compote of Fresh Fruit
Toasted Crackers Canadian Cheese
! Cafe Noir
Invalids or Passengers on Diet Please Consult the
Chief Steward for Specially Prepared Dishes
Special Salads Served
to your order
XL.
 Canadian Pacific Hotels
Digby,
Yarmouth,
Kentville,
St.  Andrews-By-The-Sea,
McAdam,
*THE DIGBY PINES,
♦LAKESIDE INN,
CORNWALLIS INN,
♦ALGONQUIN HOTEL,
McADAM HOTEL,
CHATEAU FRONTENAC, - Quebec,
ROYAL YORK HOTEL, - Toronto
♦DFVTL'S GAP LODGE,      ----- Kenora,
ROYAL ALEXANDRA HOTEL,      -           -           - Winnipeg,
HOTEL SASKATCHEWAN,      - Regina,
HOTEL PALLISER,    - Calgary,
♦BANFF SPRINGS HOTEL, Banff,
♦CHATEAU LAKE LOUISE, - - - Lake Louise,
♦EMERALD LAKE CHALET, - Field,
EMPRESS HOTEL, ----- Victoria,
*These hotels are open in Summer only.
HOTEL VANCOUVER, - Vancouver, B. C.
(Operated by the Vancouver Hotel Company Limited on behalf of
the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National Railway Companies)
N. S.
N. S.
N. S.
N. B.
N.B.
Que.
, Ont.
Ont.
Man.
Sask.
Alta.
Alta.
Alta.
B.C.
B.C.
 -77ie Inner Harbour
E. A. MORRIS LTD. VICTORIA, B.C.
February 15th, 1959
THE EMPRESS,
Victoria,
British Columbia
 Princess Charlotte Room, Empress Hotel
Sunday, February 15, 1959
Arranged by the company
E. A. MORRIS LIMITED
The Staff Dinner held for the Victoria Branch has been kindly arranged
by the company to commemorate the retirement from active direction
of the Wholesale Division in Victoria of
WALTER C. HITCHCOX
whose service with the local branch extends from 1919.
It is being attended by the President, Mr. J. P. Delf and Mrs. Delf,
and will also provide an opportunity for the Victoria staff to meet Mr.
Bert Gregory, who has had charge of the Drumheller, Alberta branch,
and will now assume control of the Wholesale Department in Victoria.
Attending on this occasion are the following staff members:
Mr. J. P. Delf, President, and Mrs. Delf
Mr. and Mrs. B. Kinsman
Mr. and Mrs. S. Standing
Mr. W. C. Hitchcox and Mrs. Hitchcox
Mr. Bert Gregory and Mrs. Gregory
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Porter
Mr. and Mrs. D. Bain
Mr. and Mrs. F. Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Henning
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. W. Briscoe
Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Elphick
Mr. and Mrs. Marrion Hermiston
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Nightingale
Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Kensington
Miss Gerry King
Miss Sylvia Voelke
Mr. A. MacCormick
Mr. L. Howard
Mr. and Mrs. D. Pink
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vaio
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Spreitz
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Allin
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gordon
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Buckley
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brillinger
Mr. and Mrs. W. Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. R. Alcock
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Sooke Crab Cocktail, Ravigote
Consomme au Sherry
Roast Sidney Farm Duckling a l'Orange
Green Beans Julienne Wild Rice Croquette
Saanich Strawberries Parfait
Petits Fours
Coffee
Schmitt's Bernkasteler Silberglockchen
 Mecca of Pacific Coast yachtsmen, home port
of the Canadian Pacific B.C.C.S. Princess
liners, the Inner Harbour of Victoria,
British Columbia mirrors in its placid waters
the ivy-clad architecture of the westernmost
hotel in the Canadian Pacific chain,
The Empress.
Only a walk from the piers where fast liners
from Vancouver and Seattle tie up, across
green lawns from the Provincial Legislature,
and near to the shopping district, The Empress
is unique — a metropolitan hotel enclosed in
its own 1014 acre garden.
Victoria, Canada's most temperate provincial
capital, is an out-door city the year around.
Golf,  riding,  driving,  sailing,  tennis,  lovely
walks and gardens beckon at all seasons. For
swimmers the Crystal  Gardens, largest
freshly filtered, glass enclosed pool on the
continent, provides year-round entertainment.
CANADIAN  PACIFIC  HOTELS
FROM SEA TO SEA
St. Andrews by-the-Sea,  N.B.
McAdam,  N.B.
Quebec, Que.
Toronto, Ont.
Kenora, Ont.
Winnipeg,
Regina,
Calgary
Banff,
Lake Louise, Alta.
Field, B.C.
Victoria, B.C.
Man.
Sask.
Alta.
Alta.
The Algonquin   f
McAdam Hotel
Chateau Frontenac
The Royal York
Devil's Gap  Lodge  f
The*£pyal Alexandra
The Saskatchewan
The Palliser
Banff Springs Hotel   f
Chateau  Lake Louise  f
Emerald Lake Chalet f
The Empress    .
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Hotel Vancouver .... Vancouver, B.C.
(Operated by the Vancouver Hotel Co. Limited
on behalf of the Canadian Pacific Railway
Company and the Canadian National Railways.)
t  These hotels are open in the Summer only.
 CASAIHAS
PACIFIC
WEST COAST OF
VANCOUVER ISLAND
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
 The Vancouver Hotel.
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'GEuvres- 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
Chief Steward for Specially Prepared Dishes
Special Salads served
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. . . the fastest, largest vessels on the Pacific . . .
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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IN PORT
Relishes
Potted Game on Toast British Columbia Pilchards
Vegetable Broth
HOT DISHES
Fried Pan Fish, Tartare Sauce Shoestring Potatoes
Chicken Cutlets, Mushroom Sauce Bombay Curry a la Indienne
Baked Macaroni au Gratin
COLD SIDEBOARD
Roast Beef, Horseradish Ox Tongue   •
Head Cheese Bologna Sausage
Corned Beef Veal and Ham Pie
Boiled, Baked and French Fried Potatoes
Spinach with Boiled Egg Combination Salad
Deep Apple Pie Ice Cream
Cold Custard Pu4ding
Canadian Stilton Cheese
Salt Crackers Assorted Cake
Tea Coffee
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Service to
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Over 35 Cents
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SHREDDED WHEAT PORRIDGE
CORN FLAKES GRAPE NUTS
KIPPERED HERRING FINNAN HADDOCK FRIED PAN FISH
GRILLED HAM BREAKFAST BACON
KIDNEY ON TOAST FRENCH LAMB CHOP EGGS TO ORDER
ROLLS MUFFINS HOT CAKES TOAST
MARMALADE JAM
CHOICE OF:
CLAM NECTAR (HOT, OR COLD),
SAUERKRAUT, TOMATO OR ORANGE
JUICE WITH TOAST OR ROLLS
MARMALADE, OR JAM
SLICED ORANGE, APPLE SAUCE,
PRUNES OR BAKED APPLE
PORRIDGE WITH CREAM
TOAST WITH JAM OR MARMALADE
STEWED PRUNES
PORRIDGE
KIPPERED HERRINGS
ROLLS
BRAN FLAKES
POACHED EGGS
MUFFINS
BAKED APPLE
BOILED EGG
TOAST, MARMALADE
APPLE SAUCE
FRIED PAN FISH
ROLLS
SCRAMBLED EGGS ON TOAST
HOT CAKES
WITH MAPLE SYRUP
TWO STRIPS OF BACON
TWO FRIED EGGS
TOAST
SPECIAL BREAKFAST SAUSAGES
HOT CAKES, MAPLE SYRUP
FRIED EGGS WITH HOT CAKES
AND MAPLE SYRUP
PLAIN, JELLY OR PARSLEY OMELETTE
TOAST
TEA, COFFEE, MILK OR POSTUM SERVED WITH ANY ABOVE SELECTION
Toast may be substituted for rolls or muffins.
POT OF TEA OR COFFEE WITH BUTTERED TOAST, MUFFINS OR ROLLS,
MARMALADE OR JAM
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Coffee ^om Service
Apples, 5 cents; Oranges, 10 cents; Bananas, 10 cents
Lettuce and Tomato Sandwich 15
Tongue Sandwich 15
Ham Sandwich  15
Corned Beef Sandwich 15
Tuna Fish Sandwich 15
Salmon Sandwich 15
Cheese Sandwich  .10
Peanut Butter Sandwich 10
Cold Meat Pie 20
Cold Sausage Roll 10
Apple Pie  10
Fruit Pie 10
Lemon Pie  - 15
2 Cup Cakes 10
2 Doughnuts 10
Bread and Butter  .10
Ice Cream 10
5 Dad's Biscuits 10
Assorted Jams and Jellies 15
Orange Marmalade   .15
Assorted Biscuits, per package, 15 cents
Cup of Ovaltine ;. 15
Pot of Tea 10
Cup of Coffee 10
Oxo or Bovril, per cup 10
Orange Juice 15
Tomato Juice 15
Hot or Cold Malted Milk 20
Pot of Cocoa 10
Cup of Postum 10
Glass of Milk.... 05
Hot Milk 10
Apple Juice 15
SjlT MINERAL WATERS, ETC. Pints
Schweppes Soda  35
Canada Dry Ginger Ale 25
Lime Rickey 25
Chevy Chase Ginger Ale, Soda Water splits, .10;  pints .20
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Local Ginger Ale, Ginger Beer, Lemonade, Calade 15
Seven Up 15
Coca Cola 10
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There's a (and where the mountains are nameless,
And the rivers all run God knows where;
There are hardships that nobody reckons;
There are valleys unpeopled and still;
There's a land oh, it beckons and beckons,
And I want to go back and I will.
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Commander  WILLIAM   Q-    PALMER
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HORS D'OEUVRES VARIES
Princess Cocktail
Consomme Royal
Chicken Halibut Cheeks   Potatoes Duchesse
Gardener's Salad
Roast Young Capon Bread Sauce
Prime Roast Ribs of Beef Yorkshire Pudding
Fresh Asparagus Tips Potato Croquettes
Chocolate Eclair Strawberry Sundae
Compote of Fresh Fruit
Toasted Crackers Imported Gorgonzola Cheese
Cafe Noir
MUSICAL PROGRAM
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Entr'act      -        -        -       1.   Sweethearts                -'.--- Romberg
2.   Londonderry Air
Selection    -        -        -             Red Mill       -       -       -       -       - -       Herbert
Waltz        -       -       -            Tres Jolie       - Waldteufel
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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  Prince Charlotte  (above)   342 feet long, the Princess Alice,
302 feet and the Princess Louise  (below)   330 feet, serve this popular travel route.
Excellent 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 5 5 00-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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Pilchard on Toast Potted Game Sandwich Sardine Parmesan
Mixed Olives Celery Mixed Pickles
Cream of Chicken
Hot - Cold Consomme
Fillet of Sole, Tartare Sauce Smoked Salmon
Spring Salad Apple and Celery Salad
Curried Lamb with Rice Au Gratin Spaghetti
Ox Tail Saute, Printeniere Tomato Omelette
Grilled Loin Beef Steak with Mushroom Sauce
Baked Jacket and French Fried Potatoes
Fresh Vegetables in Season
COLD  SIDEBOARD
Sirloin of Beef    Chicken and Ham    Cold Salmon with Cucumber, Mayonnaise
Lamb, Mint Jelly Corned Beef Jellied Tongue
Wine Jelly with Whipped Cream Lemon Pudding, Sweet Sauce
Raisin, Pumpkin and Apple Pies Ice Cream
Assorted Cake
Kraft, Canadian and Stilton Cheese
Tea Milk Coffee
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Prepared Beetroot Queen Olives Pickled Onions
Potted Game on Toast Anchovy Sandwich
Pilchards Parmesan
Chicken Broth
Fried Sole, Parisienne Potatoes
TO ORDER  (10 Minutes): Loin Beef Steak, Mushroom Sauce
Baked Pork Spare Ribs, Apple Rings Curried Shrimps with Rice
Spring Salad, Mayonnaise
COLD SIDEBOARD
Roast Beef
Fowl and Ham
Head Cheese
Corned Beef
Ox Tongue
Lamb, Mint Sauce
French Fried, Boiled, Mashed Potatoes
Fresh Vegetables in Season
Pumpkin Pie with Whipped Cream Tapioca Custard Pudding
Preserved Pears Wine Jelly Ice Cream
Assorted Cake
Kraft, Stilton, Canadian Cheese
Toasted Crackers
Tea Coffee Milk Buttermilk
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We're sailing to the Northland,
The land of mystery,
Where gold is found in nuggets,
Where night and day are one,
The Land of the Aurora,
£and of the Midnight Sun.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
 Hors D'oeuvres Varies
Fruit Cocktail
Cream of Tomato Consomme Royal
Steamed Alaska Salmon, Sliced Cucumber
Garden Salad
Lambs Kidney Saute on Toast, Fresh Mushrooms
Boiled York Ham, Mustard Sauce
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding
Roast Stuffed Capon, Cranberry Jelly
Vegetables in Season Roast and Mashed Potatoes
English Plum Pudding, Hard Sauce Fruit Jelly
Deep Apple Pie Princess Ice Cream
Canadian and Imported Cheese Toasted Crackers
Tea Cafe Noir
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Tomato Juice or Apple Juice Cocktail
Potted Game Sandwich Pilchards au Gratin
Clam Chowder Barley Broth
Combination Salad
Fried Sole, Tartare Sauce
Steak and Kidney Pie Bombay Curry with Rice
Roast Mutton, Red Currant Jelly
ASSORTED COLD MEATS WITH POTATO SALAD
Baked and Boiled Potatoes Vegetables in Season
Apple Pie Lemon Meringue Pie
Grapenut Custard Pudding, Maple Sauce
Ice Cream
Cheese Crackers
Tea Coffee ,    Milk
  CANADIAN     PACIFIC
Come  now;  what masks,   what  dances  shall  we have
To wear away this long age of three hours,
Between our after-supper and  bed  time?
Where is our usual manager of mirth?
What revels are in hand?
... A Midsummer Night's Dream
CARNIVAL NIGHT
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Cruising Through  the  North  Pacific to Canada's
West Coast Wonderland.
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A Masquerade Dance will follow the Commander's Dinner.
Passengers may wear appropriate Fancy Dress Costumes.
Complete information as to Dominos, Masks, etc., may
be obtained from the News Stand Attendant.
 COMMANDER'S   DINNER
HORS D'OEUVRES VARIES
Princess Cocktail
Puree of Turtle Scalloped Salmon and Oysters
Grilled Squab on Toast
Prime Roast Ribs of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding
Potato Croquettes
Asparagus Tips Gardener's Salad
Chocolate Eclair Strawberry Sundae
Compote of Fresh Fruit
Crackers Imported Gorgonzola Cheese
Cafe Noir
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APPETIZERS
Chilled Apple, Orange, Grapefruit, Tomato Juice
Small    .15 Large    .30
Stewed Prunes, with Lemon Wedge	
.25
CEREALS
Corn Flakes, Bran Flakes, Shredded Wheat, All Bran,
Grapenuts 	
Served with Cream
SOUPS (Served to Order, with Crackers)
Chicken Noodle, Vegetable, Cream of Tomato, Cream of
Mushroom, Cream of Green Pea	
.30
.30
SALADS and COLD  BUFFET (Served with Roll, Tea, Coffee or Milk)
Fresh chilled Pacific Coast Red Salmon  1.25
Served with Mayonnaise, Lettuce and slice Tomato
Assorted Cold Meat Plate  1.25
Served with Potato Salad, slice Tomato
Mixed Vegetable Salad Bowl  1.25
Garnish with hard boiled Egg and choice of Mayonnaise, French
or Thousand Island Dressing
Combination Fruit Salad Bowl  1.25
Choice of Ice Cream or Cottage Cheese, served with Toast
Cold Ham and Turkey  1.25
Cranberry Sauce, Potato Salad, slice Tomato
LIGHT SNACKS
Canadian Cheese, with Crackers	
White or Brown Bread Toast, buttered
     .30
     .20
Two boiled Eggs, served with Toast __    ___.55;    One Egg     .40
FROM THE SANDWICH  BAR
Roast Beef     .50    Canadian Ham „    .50    Corned Beef __ .50
Devilled Egg     .40    Salmon     .45    Sardine   .45
Lettuce and Tomato    .40    Canadian Cheese   .40    Peanut Butter .35
Turkey ,    .60      Club   .85
Served with Dill Pickle and on White or Brown Bread
Toasted Sandwich, 5c Extra
SWEETS, PASTRIES, ICE CREAM, Etc.
Assorted Fresh Baked Pies, per cut.__  .30
With Cheese or Ice Cream  .45
Doughnuts, plain or iced, ea.    .10      Assorted Jams, Marmalade
Butterhorn     .25          and Honey  .10
Ice Cream ___,     .15      "Dads" Cookies, per pkt.  .10
Ice Cream Sodas: Chocolate, Strawberry, Vanilla _  .25
Sundaes: Chocolate, Maple Walnut, Marshmallow, Pineapple .40
Milk Shakes: Chocolate, Strawberry, Vanilla  .35
Malted Milk, .30; with Egg    .40        Ice Cream Float  .25
BEVERAGES
Pot of freshly brewed Tea   .15
Coffee, cup     .10
Ovaltine, made with fresh
Hot Milk, cup     .25
Oxo, with Crackers, cup	
Fresh Cold Milk, per glass- J.5
Hot Milk, per glass  .20
Hot Chocolate, made with
fresh Hot Milk, cup  .25
  .25
SOFT DRINKS
Canada Dry Ginger Ale,
pints	
Coca-Cola
Canada Dry Soda Water,
.25 pints	
    .10        Orange Crush	
Seven-Up, splits    .15
.25
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A charge of 5c per bottle will be made for Room Service
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PLEASE PAY CASHIER WHEN LEAVING RESTAURANT
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The scarlet coat of "The Mounted" has been the symbol of law,
order and justice to Canadians since  1873, twelve years before
Canada's first transcontinental  railway, the Canadian  Pacific,
was built.     In the western  plains,  during  the   1898
gold  rush to the Yukon,  and across the  Dominion, the history
of the  Royal  Canadian  Mounted  Police has  been  one of
tenacity, endurance and  high  courage.     Organized as the
North-West Mounted  Police, armed with  horse,     lance and
carbine to  handle  Indian  unrest and  protect settlers in the
North-West Territories, the  Force  maintained order during
the building  of the Canadian   Pacific  Railway across the
Prairies.     En   1904 the Force became the
Royal  North-West Mounted  Police.
In   1918,  it was entrusted with  the  enforcement of  Dominion
legislation  for Western  Canada.     In   1920, this jurisdiction
was extended to the whole of Canada, and the name was
changed to Royal Canadian Mounted  Police.     Headquarters
was transferred from  Regina, still  the  Dominion  Training  Centre,
to Ottawa.     The  Royal Canadian  Mounted  Police
today enforces  laws against smuggling  by  land,
sea and air, is  responsible for the suppression of traffic in
narcotic drugs and exercises supervision over aliens.     Use is
made of every known  scientific  aid to  police  protection  in
its well-equipped laboratories.
Just as "The Mounted" played an  heroic  part in  the carving-ouf
of a  new democracy on the western  frontier so, today,
it plays its part in the preservation of that democracy at home.
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1. Saw   Tooth   Range,   along   White
Pass and Yukon Route.
—-Photo  by Andrews.
2. Miles Canyon and Footbridge, near
Whitehorse, Y.T.
3. Arctic   Brotherhood   Headquarters,
Skagway.
—Associated  Screen   News.
4. B. Y. N.   bus  on   Alaska   Highway
between Whitehorse,  Y. T.  and
Dawson Creek, B. C.
 Canadian Pacific Railway's Alaska Service
DINNER
Chilled Apple, Tomato or Orange Juice
Potted Game on Toast Ripe Olives Celery en Branche
Seafood Cocktail
Cream of Tomato
Quarter Lettuce and Sliced Tomatoes;, Mayonnaise or French Dressing
Poached Halibut, Shrimp Sauce Duchesse Potatoes
Roast Pork, Apple Sauce
Roast Lamb, Mint Sauce
Roast Young Capon, Bread Sauce
Browned, Boiled or Mashed Potatoes
Vegetables in Season
Steamed Plum Pudding, Sweet Sauce
Fruit Jelly, Whipped Cream Deep Fruit Pie
Princess Sundae Assorted Cake
Canadian Cheese .  Toasted Crackers
Fresh Fruit
Tea Coffee Milk
525-9-52.        Printed in Canada
 B A N F F
,d   BOW RIVER VALL
This   mountain
panorama, seen from a
high pony trail on Sulphur Mountain, tells
better than words of the beauties of Banff
National Park in the Canadian Rockies. In
the right foreground massive Banff Springs
Hotel, with river-bounded golf course and
athletic grounds, is the centre of holiday
activities. Across the Bow River lies the town
of Banff and the Canadian Pacific Railway.
Framed between mighty Cascade Mountain,
left, and Mount Inglismaldie is Lake Min-
newanka, home of mountain wild life and
source of power. For a full holiday stay
or an interlude in a transcontinental journey
Banff has unsurpassed attraction.
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DINNER
Chilled Apple or Tomato Juice
Smoked Salmon Canape Green Olives Cheese Straws
Shrimp Cocktail
Cream of Corn
Macedoine Salad Bowl, Mayonnaise or French Dressing
Steamed Codfish, Egg Sauce
Grilled Salmon Steak, Lemon Butter
Plain or Savory Omelette
Roast Prime Beef, Yorkshire Pudding
Roast Chicken with Dressing
Boiled, Browned or Mashed Potatoes Vegetables in Season
Date Pudding, Sweet Sauce Lemon Meringue Pie
Wine Jelly, Whipped Cream Compote of Fruit
Vanilla Ice Cream Assorted Cake
Imperial Cheese Toasted Crackers
Fresh Fruit
Tea    * Coffee Milk
523-9-52. 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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COMMANDER  RONALD  HICKS
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jBouna foz c^jia^ka
We've left the Port behind us,
*And through the Narrow Sea
We're sailing to the Northland,
The land of mystery,
Where gold is found in nuggets,
Where night and day are one,
The Land of the Aurora,
jQand of the Midnight Sun,
CANADIAN PACIFIC
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Hors D'oeuvres Varies
Fruit Cocktail
Cream of Tomato Consomme Royal
Steamed Alaska Salmon, Shrimp Sauce, Cucumber
Garden Salad, Mayonnaise or French Dressing
Chicken Livers en Brochette with Peas
Boiled York Ham, Mustard Sauce
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding
Roast Stuffed Capon, Cranberry Jelly
Roast and Mashed Potatoes Vegetables in Season
English Plum Pudding, Hard Sauce Fruit Jelly
Deep Apple Pie Princess Ice Cream
Fresh Fruit
Canadian or Imported Cheese Crackers
Cafe Noir
Dinner Mints
B.C. COAST STEAMSHIPS
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Beef Broth with Vegetables
Fried Small Fish, Tartar Sauce
Combination Salad
Pickled Beets Mixed Pickles
Joint of Roast Beef with Horseradish
Chicken and Ham Pie Macaroni au Gratin
Beef
COLD SIDEBOARD
Head Cheese Mutton Ham
Bologna Sausage
Mashed or Boiled Potatoes Vegetables in Season
Raisin and Rice Custard Pudding Fresh Fruit Pie
Ice Cream Assorted Cake
Canadian Stilton Cheese
Tea Milk
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  DINNER
Seafood Cocktail
Green Olives Radishes Celery en Branche
Clear Consomme Ox Tail Soup
Steamed Chicken Halibut, Shrimp Sauce, Potato Croquettes
Boiled Leg of Mutton, Caper Sauce
Apple Fritters, Lemon Sauce
Sirloin of Beef, Horseradish    Stuffed Roast Island Turkey, Cranberry Sauce
Combination Salad
Brown or Mashed Potatoes Jardiniere of Vegetables
Ginger Pudding, Maple Sauce
Deep Apple Pie Marmalade Tarts
Strawberry Jelly Ice Cream Fresh Fruit
Assorted Cakes
McLaren's Imperial, Roquefort and Stilton Cheese
_ Toasted Crackers
Coffee
Invalids or Passengers on Diet Please Consult the
Chief Steward for Specially Prepared Dishes
Special Salads served
to  your  order
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CANADIAN PACIFIC HOTELS
*THE   PINES,
*LAKESIDE INN,      -
CORNWALLIS  INN,
Digby. N.S.
Yarmouth,  N.S.
Kentville,   N.S.
* ALGONQUIN HOTEL,   St. Andrews^By-The-Sea, N.B.
McADAM HOTEL,
CHATEAU FRONTENAC,
PLACE VIGER HOTEL,
ROYAL YORK HOTEL,
ROYAL ALEXANDRA HOTEL,
HOTEL SASKATCHEWAN,
HOTEL PALLISER.
*BANFF SPRINGS HOTEL,
"CHATEAU LAKE LOUISE,     -
*EMERALD LAKE CHALET,
HOTEL VANCOUVER,
EMPRESS HOTEL,        >      ..
McAdam,  N.B.
Qyebec, Qye.
Montreal,  Qye.
-    Toronto,  Ont.
Winnipeg,   Man.
Regina, Sask.
Calgary, Alta.
Banff, Alta.
Lake Louise, Alta.
Field, B.C.
Vancouver, B.C.
Victoria, B.C.
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*These hotels are open in Summer only.
PRINTED   IN   ENGLAND
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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
Rice and Raisin Pudding
Vanilla Ice Cream 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
111—6-53 Printed in Canada
 lis 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!"
Printed in Canada
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 SHORT SEATRIPS
PURSER
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.
Sister ship of the Princess Alice, the comfortable
Princess Adelaide (above), over 3 000 tons and 3 02
feet long, provides a regular service to Ocean Falls,
Prince Rupert and many other places of interest.
v-ft. .
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.
Six and one half days cruise, ^est Coast of Vancouver Island.
Princess Maquinna (above left). East Coast and Gulf Islands, Princess
Mary  (above right).   Regular service.
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MEATLESS DAY
Orange 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
Au Gratin Spaghetti
Grilled Salmon Steak Cheese Omelette
Baked, Jacket and French Fried Potatoes
Fresh Vegetables in Season
COLD  SIDEBOARD
Turkey Boiled Fowl
Cold Salmon with Cucumber, Mayonnaise
Wine Jelly Apple Charlotte
Lemon Pie Apple Pie
Assorted Cake
Canadian Cheese
Tea Milk Coffee
Invalids or Passengers on Diet Please Consult the
Chief Steward for Specially Prepared Dishes
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DINNER
Chilled Apple, Tomato or Orange Juice
Potted Game on Toast        Ripe or Green Olives        Celery en Branche
Seafood Cocktail       *
Cream of Asparagus
Consomme Royal
Quarter Lettuce and Sliced Tomatoes. Mayonnaise or French Dressing
Fruit Salad with Cottage Cheese
Steamed Halibut, Parsley Sauce
Broiled Codfish Steak, Colbert Sauce
Fried Bananas, Custard Sauce
Roast Pork, Apple Sauce
Roast Spring Lamb, Mint Sauce
Roast Young Duck, Sage and Onion Dressing
Boiled, Browned or Mashed Potatoes
Vegetables in Season
Steamed Plum Pudding, Sweet Sauce Lemon Cream Pie
Fruit Jelly, Whipped Cream Marmalade Tart
Strawberry Ice Cream
Scotch Shortbread Assorted Cake
Imperial, Roquefort or Canadian Cheese Salted Crackers
Fresh Fruit
Coffee Noir
Invalids or Passengers on Diet Please Consult the
Chief Steward for Specially Prepared Dishes
Special Salads Served
to your order
517-6-52     Printed in Canada
 "The Kicking Horse"
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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COMMANDER   RONALD   HICKS
Jtjouna jrox c^^La±ka
We've left the Port behind us,
iAnd through the Narrow Sea
We're sailing to the Northland,
The land of mystery,
Where gold is found in nuggets,
Where night and day are one,
The Land of the Aurora,
jQand of the Midnight Sun.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
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Hors D'oeuvres Varies
Fruit Cocktail
Cream of Tomato Consomme Royal
Steamed Alaska Salmon, Shrimp Sauce, Cucumber
Garden Salad, Mayonnaise or French Dressing
Chicken Livers en Brochette with Peas
Boiled York Ham, Mustard Sauce
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding
Roast Stuffed Capon, Cranberry Jelly
Roast and Mashed Potatoes Vegetables in Season
English Plum Pudding, Hard Sauce Fruit Jelly
Deep Apple Pie Princess Ice Cream
Fresh Fruit
Canadian or Imported Cheese Crackers
Cafe Noir
Dinner Mints
B.C. COAST STEAMSHIPS
509-6-52   Printed in Canada
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CANADIAN!
PACIFIC
 Skagway—
At the end of Lynn Canal
The Malamute—
More than man's friend
in Alaska
(Photo by Morant)
Above—
A way to get the newest aspect
of Alaska—at Skagway
(Photo by Ordway)
A Skagway Flower Garden
rare treat.
(Photo by Dauphin)
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VICTORIA - SEATTLE - VANCOUVER
TRIANGLE SERVICE
Table 'D'Hote dinner
One Dollar Twenty-five Cents
Hors d'CEuvres Varies
Tomato Juice Apple Juice Fruit Cocktail
Salted Almonds Ripe or Green Olives Celery en Branche
Cheese Straws
Cream of Chicken
Consomme Royal
STEAMED FRASER RlVER SALMON,   ^^^^^
Scrambled Calf's Brains on Toast Baked Ham with Spinach
Jelly Omelette Grilled Tomatoes with Mushrooms
Stuffed Roast Island Turkey, Cranberry Sauce
Prime Ribs of Beef au Jus        Roast Spring Lamb, Mint Jelly
Cold Sideboard Collation, with Calves' Foot Jelly
Head Lettuce, Thousand Island Dressing Sliced Tomatoes, Mayonnaise
Mashed and Brown Potatoes    Fresh Vegetables in Season
Steamed Marmalade Pudding, Sweet Sauce
Marmalade Tart Boston Cream Pie Deep Apple Pie
Wine Jelly with Whipped Cream Princess Ice Cream
Fresh Fruit Assorted Cake
Kraft, Canadian and Stilton Cheese
Demi Tasse
 9.
CANADIAN PACIFIC HOTELS
A Chain of Comfort across Canada from Atlantic to Pacific.
*THE PINES   --------      Digby, N.S.
*LAKESIDE INN Yarmouth, N.S.
CORNWALLIS INN Kentville, N.S.
^ALGONQUIN HOTEL - St. Andrews-By-The-Sea, N.B.
McADAM HOTEL      -----      McAdam, N.B.
CHATEAU FRONTENAC -      -      -      -      Quebec, Que.
ROYAL YORK HOTEL    -      -      -      -     Toronto, Ont.
ROYAL ALEXANDRA HOTEL      -      Winnipeg, Man.
HOTEL SASKATCHEWAN     -     -      -      Regina, Sask.
HOTEL PALLISER ----- Calgary, Alta.
*BANFF SPRINGS HOTEL - - - - Banff, Alta.
*CHATEAU LAKE LOUISE - - Lake Louise, Alta.
^EMERALD LAKE CHALET -      -      -      -      Field, B.C.
EMPRESS HOTEL Victoria, B.C.
HOTEL VANCOUVER -     -     -     -      Vancouver, B.C.
(Operated   by the   Vancouver   Hotel  Co.,   Ltd.,   on  behalf of the
Canadian Pacific and Canadian National Railway Companies)
*These hotels are open in Summer only.
CANADIAN PACIFIC LODGES
(Open in Summer only)
FRENCH RIVER CHALET-BUNGALOW CAMP - French River, Ont.
DEVIL'S GAP LODGE Kenora, Ont.
MORAINE LAKE LODGE   -     -     -     -     -     -     Moraine Lake, Alta.
LAKE O'HARA LODGE Hector, B.C.
or by Saddlehorse from Lake Louise, Alta.
LAKE WAPTA LODGE Hector, B.C.
YOHO VALLEY LODGE Field, B.C.

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