Yep, that's her.
Shameful I know.
I'm writing a book about her life - and trying to do the research so I can get the important bits right.
I'm trying to work out where she went in Ontario - what kind of home was she work in? A farm or a city home. And then when she returned to Scotland, why was she being sent into the care of a Captain? Was she still using the Salvation Army for help? I'm also taking the liberty of assuming that she immigrated with the Salvation Army on the Domestic Servant scheme which would be why she would return to them and assuming that 102 Hope Street was a women's hostel/shelter of some kind.
The history is, she married an older man once she returned to Scotland, poor guy, had 2 more children with him, another child although we don't believe it was his and then was neglecting her children so they were taken away from her and put into a home so we don't know a lot about her early history because my grandmother grew up in a home - so the only way I can find out these facts is by trying to research them myself and I grew up in England so don't know a lot about the history of the time or the area of Glasgow.
If you have any tidbits you can throw my way I would really appreciate it.
Thank you so much for replying.
all the best