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Colonel Fred White

The comptroller of the Royal North West Mounted Police, who assisted the Mormon bishop Charles Ora Card in appropriating through parliament, $2,100 "for aid to telephone line from Lethbridge to Cardston and extensions, 70 miles [112.6 kilometres] at rate of $30 per mile, on condition that government messages shall be sent free."


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