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From approximately until , the Lethbridge red light district was focused on The Point, a coulee at the west end of 3 Avenue South.
Over time, 6 houses were constructed there. Of various sizes, these were often quite large — 2 or 3 storey houses. From the Fire Insurance map, it is obvious that one was brick while the others were constructed of wood. By , the red light district had moved a little further east and the houses on The Point were left vacant.
One vacant brick house was completely demolished and a vacant frame house damaged by fire at the west end of Third avenue south last night. Incendiarism is said by the authorities to be the cause of the fires. Neither house had been occupied for some time. The fire alarm was sent in at The cause is unknown, but it is regarded to have been an act of incendiarism. Of the six houses which formally stood in the locality only one is left standing, that which was formerly known was the isolation hospital.
One of the six was burnt down some time ago and another partially burnt, and later demolished, two others were moved. The fire brigade had their attention drawn by noticing clouds of smoke without any flame issuing from the building and nothing could be done to save it. The building, being empty, was not insured. The three remaining — the two moved and the one left standing — were all later demolished, as well.
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