Have you ever seen the pistons
On the giant C.P.R.
With the driving force of a thousand horse?
Then you know what pistons are.
On Dec. 10, 1923, Baron Shaughnessy, K. C. V. 0., of Montreal and of Ashford, County Limerick, Ireland, third president of Canadian Pacific Railway, was on his deathbed. His successor, Edward Wentworth Beatty, 45, was ushered in. To young Mr. Beatty, Lord Shaughnessy spoke 19 words which have lived in the lore of The World's Greatest Travel System "Take good care of the Canadian Pacific Railway. It...