Serious Illness of W F Luxton 20 May 1907
SERIOUS ILLNESS OF W. F. LUXT0X Continued from Page 1. fort could exceed. In importance, the work which neurly all of Mr. Luxton's energies und abilities were devoted, and no better, or more fitting, tribute to his worth as a. public man, or to the esteem in which he was held as citizen, man and friend, could possibly be had than Iho readines with which those who have known Mr. Luxton throughout the many years that he has made Manitoba, his home, testify to his many tine qualities of mind and disposition. disposition. So spontaneous, and so general, was this expression of appreciation that no other topic of conversation was more In evidence on the street today, than that of Mr. Luxton's serious illness and. In all the comments that were made and in all the opinions put forth, the fact was clearly demonstrated that no other citizen of Winnipeg holds a larger, or higher, place in tho hearts of his fellow men than Mr. Luxton. Mr. Harry Luxton, of St. Paul, arrived arrived in the city this forenoon in response response to notification of his father's Illness. Very Low. At 3 o'clock this afternoon a telephone telephone menage from the hospital was to the effect that Mr. Luxton continued in a very critical condition.