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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Dafly Herald Volume III. Lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, March 24. Number 87. FOR CITY rnMMKQinMMacleod Farmer Killed TH Local Bank Manager IUW wlloMUW In a INUUOI IULO iv Resigns Position Council Will Establish One In the Near Future -Macleod, March Rus- sell, a fanner living ten miles south of the town, lost his life in a runaway. He was discing on his fanu with four horses and the team ran away with him. While lie was try- ing to stop the ihorses he was thrown off the disc and was badly injured, dying in the hospital. Deceased was a single man. At the adjourned meeting of the city council last night at the conclu- sion of the reading of the various bylaws on motion of Aid. Frayne, the secretary was asked to write the doc- tors of the oily asking them to sub- 'ini't a rate 'for attending all die city employees and their families. He thought that u certain amount could be deducted from the wages of the employees each month for this pur- post. Aid. Oliver reported that in com- pany with the other members of the lire commute he toad inspected the roof of the fire "hall and found it -bad- ly -in need of repair. On (tihe a-ecom mentation of Che committee he had Idson for Herald) Fernie, Bulgarian, aged 54, was found hanging to a tree lear the Great Northern railway near DOIT station, five miles south of Fer- nie 'this morning by 'his companion, who had been working with him on Uie section gang at chat .place. ffihere were 'four oi