Yes, thankyou, I have a copy of the article including the picture. If I remember correctly, it was one of the very kind Toronto genealogists who have so greatly facilitated my research into grandfather's life who also drew my attention to the article.
When I began this journey back in 2006, other than the tiny media pics relating to the Titanic disaster, I had just one good studio photograph turned into a post-card that g/father had send to my father from Toronto, sometime after 1921 when he finally got back to Canada after the war (there is no legible post-mark unfortunately), and his 1914-15 campaign medal. Of course, having his regimental number helped considerably; and a local Toronto newspaper was interested enough in his Titanic and WW1 experiences to publish a short article, including this post-card picture,with my request for any information on his life and final resting place.
The response was very heartening, and as a result I am now in contact with one blood relative and other step relatives with whom I am now fitting in place the last pieces of the jigsaw.
I've only just been made aware of this superb Encyclopedia Titanica website where I can see there is so much interesting material to read when time allows.
Returning to g/father, however, do you know if there is any way of discovering whether or not he previously worked on the 'Highland Laddie'as stated.
Without putting too fine a point on it, I've felt for sometime now that a man determined to make a new life in North America would probably not want his focus to be distracted by forays to South America! But I could be wrong.