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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Indian Cava rA Desert m r i E i.Vilvr ;S .__, fi !T IS. VM I to .JSV.-; P i vr J m "Afas J" .fir (uX OW M The Battery in action. Track lavim? in took 16 m so to carry each rail. 6 put through an anti-gas course. (7) An old ing mo.qn (8) Indian cavalryman finds two starving Christian girls on the desert and gives them half his rations, which at the time was a very short ration, C.P.R. ENGINEER DECORATED BY KING GEORGE r OKJ A dfl." Of I IP? ilifS OWicCsl Mils ess of H- -ft -.a lar'COUKrCSYOf C. f> f Olficisl Pti-.t'j Arthur Kdward 1'hilp, O.B.B., Senior Engineer, Canadian-' I'atiUc, and Chic! Kngliseer of II. M.S. "impress of Ijas lield his present poailion in the vessel since K'OO, from which linae. he has never a trip. In Ihc ol her successful iuiil service he held Ihe Canadian speed record, and was regarded by all wl-.o Mine In contact with Iiira as a worthy head of his department. Ills has heen fitted for work, the nature of which imposes most arduous duties upon her englntcrin? rleiiartmfnt. Mr. Phlly had his early (raining r.t Messrs. Bubs i O's locomotive Worfta, Glaseon1, sen-Ing n seven years' He at that time ii keen and [.lay. fd in the 1st elevens of tot I) Qucsn'a Park and 3rd Lanark. An mthyai- astir volunl'.-er, in: vns a of the Ullllicad Company of the Illghlandcrs, Ihcn the 30lh F.It.V. His '-.Mtn Elder, C'o., with whom he fonrtec-n sf-rving tlirongli all nil to tM'f ensliwr, w-lilrh tw lias ior the jiasl 20 ytarj. On the I'. I'. H. Co. acqnirlnK '-he Mao por- tion ot Messrs. Kldpr, ntmr.sl-r'B ncct, Mr. 1'hilp transferred In the for. Tner (ornpar.y as cliief enrinf er of th- "Monterey." which slorlly afler- wards wrecked on the on transport in r.on nectlon ivith Both the urd Ashanti ana laier, during Ihe .South African War, for recehcd the Tr.-ir.5i.oi: Medal, lie was onsr of tl.e pionenrs or rifle shootlns in the ir.s-rcham M m fciSi 'Arthur E. Philp, Engineer of the "Kmnrc-ss oi vice, and during the Mall Canada ol fJr.ltr of Hrllisli Kmj.irt' and was f'-rjonally decorated liy King George, nol only thanked liini cordially for his nertlces, tut of "the late Karl tormiH-j _d ereat menled hy tlial ilblingiilKlK-d soldier on his praiseworthy efforts In this connection. Chief Kncinecr Pliiln is an omitr pleasure to mn to rnsct a Canadian Pacific I-1. There were 150 oilier candidates for dfcoratlf.n present lo wcclvo tteir honors at the EAUIO llrne that Ihe chief cnefot-cr Kol his. "The kinB must a marvelous Bald Chief "how, under heaver., rio yoti suppose ho lemcml.sr- cd 1 was a Canadian ;