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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta DOINGS OF THE ALLIES -HONOR FOR CP.R. BUILDERi V 'f J X Of C. .g iin the square, Col- outside tbei 2) British Army in Italy. The. car and the oxen. (3) Army Dairy Far- ming in Genrany. Tommies milking the cows. Clyde'1 re-floated ofiGalli poll arid in Mundro Harbor on the way Memorials to Lord Strathcona] (5) With the Russian Forces. loading Ic Blocks in the Whit Sea. This is danger ous 6) Canadian Sister visit the ruins of (am pus Ypres whicli wa: defended by Cana dians for1 [oiir years (7) The train i which r Marshal Foch arrived at Dan Men Who Did Big Things Left txj Right are Lord Shaughnessy, present Chairman of the Board of Directors of the C, P. It., and the late Lord Strathcona, drove the last spike in the Transcontinental C. P. R. Line, connecting the East and .West, on November 7th, 1885; on the right is Lady Strathcona. ,ti There was aa ceremony fur trade on Ihcuncoutb'yoTinj Scots- laden wltu hon- rna-i; and to tbat frozeil land of exile, D when Bishop Ryle.dcJm ot West- ors'as with, yeara, and a inllllbiiaJn astos, Donald Sniilb was illspalcbcd forthwith. Ih ibis lorriblc land, cora- not long bcei uarctl with which even parts of 31- on lor the" golden flcecq' Canadian Fqcjflc' Hallway beria would liave bcgn'.'.cnvlabic, he bis cousin, George tolled and suffered untold hardships bcrd-boy, took It into for nearly tn'rly years, innklDj; long bead lofollotv ID his fooiatcpi. I-cav- and hazardous journeys; Into the in- ing Ills flocks and herds, he first drifted to 16 learn tbo ole- terior, on snow-shoes bartering for furs wllh the fore mteilns V.'at Tyler, and Mhc of business behind B. draper') Indiana and Esquimaux; Erjene al of Vat Vnacroeath Ihc (nblci, which u by Diigcls, Is uicinorlaTii. Iliron Slralbcona arid .Mount Canadian fnipcrlallsl and counter, where for (our years he rimming-, pressing Hie Unc and pins lo ihe ladles of lh< "grantto city." Hut all the Urns when 1850 came ho could resit: fatigable Industry, his shrewdness, It no longer. He, loo, the Ac, lanllc as Donald b'ad Hones tblrtc Horn 1820. dlca 1914.'.'- "We Bold one of his superiors many years later, "we had ft remark shields ami arms of Canada, the Hud- able servant out therein the hack- In the dry-feooris of his cousin son Uay Co.T Manitoba, Quebec, Me- William Stephen, at tho end. of whlc) GUI and Aberdeen universities, and line he waa promoted to A partner advanced to another, until, when bo regimental of When William died In 1863 (odk lie rains Jnlo owi larids; and by adding cloth rat nil ncturo to hid DOT prosjwrrfua bueV cM, he rapidly qualified as a capir UiLJsl; and wltbln lucoly-stx ol In AmcrJrA in oTfc and (he l.Kcrpool Scottish, The Memorial wa-i subscribed for Scotsman-.-- found hlm- Governor of 'be Colony he hy resident admirers In the bad served KO long ond so faithful movement licin; Inaugurated ID April, 1'jl-S. The committee Includ- ed former Premier IX- Tho' Canndinn penniless draper, OoTfirnor He had now become a man of note, Lord AbsrJccn anil Ixlrd Plrric. Tb3 unvtilling ceremony recalls Ihc career of 1-ord Stralhcona. with Hie bull of fortune nt his feel; as one of the wundtet the rare gifts of diplomacy lie in putting nn end to the lied Jtlver his link the two great oceans, and to posltlori ns one o[ tho. really ereat 1'rom Jtoy lo OoTCrnor of a the Utent rklita of the great Nort nod on this Rchcms Wlun, Jn the ie aid Smith, sadOlcr'a son and ex errand boy, (urncd his back native ycojlund -Jo ecck fortune Stephen embarked bis money, riches, v-as rapid and e-uy. His lirll brains and Industry "with eiich en or mou9 advanUge to hltnstlf that li llanl rllts QD financier ond adratnlv trntor led to bis appointment to Ihe Icn years' tlrno he was a. baronet arii of Iho Danlt of Montreal. Still the lido of hon across the AUantfn, ho IHtlo dreamt He conctkcd the Idoa o' licking Iho and n'callh flowed on, tnd Ih that one day ho vroiilcl re urn to quondam herd-hoy wore A coronil Canadian PaclUc Hatlway, after aur and A man of many millions. Two mountlng Incredible difficulties waa of Ibo. like hfn conalnj months later Iho gaunt, rcd-halrcd an aceomnllahert Sixty years ScoUlah lad presonlcd hininelf before after -Donald Smith had crowed the Iho Qovcrnor of Ihc lludaoti'n Day ,known aa One of the grcsteat Atlantic In the ftlcraxc of (Company In offer hla services. "Send anthroplsts among of ctici vessel, ha returnrfl with his Etaf him to vna tho prompt of AecrcCarfcs nnd his fetfmic of rfer- and gruff ecutence ot iho kin? o( tho vanl9 as tho "HEght Honorable Baron ;