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Obituary: Christopher Stone - Edmonton

The Edmonton Bulletin
January 3, 1907

Contributed for use in Alberta Digital Archives by Darlene Homme.

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DEATH OF CHRISTOPHER STONE

Christopher James Stone died yesterday at the city hospital. The late Mr. Stone 
was well known in Edmonton and held in high esteem by a large circle of friends. 
He lived with his parents at 317 Kinistino and was only eighteen years of age. 
He was employed as cashier in The National Trust Company, where he has been 
alwasy regarded as a most capable and reliable officer. He had been unwell for 
some time previous to an attack of typhoid, on account of which he was taken to 
the hospital on Christmas day. Yesterday morning he suffered from several 
hemorrhages and died about two hours later. The Funeral will take place tomorrow 
from his father's residence 317 Kinistino. The services will be conducted by 
Rev. C. A. Myers.

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