Today in the Dauphin Herald – Jan 15 – 1914

1914 Jan 15 – Krafchenko Seen at Sifton

While the hunt for Krafchenko has centred principally in Winnipeg it is now known beyond a doubt he passed through Dauphin well disguised. That he is known and has friends in the Sifton district is also a fact. Several years ago, when arrested and taken to Prince Albert, he remained with a friend at the northern village for over a week. The people come from the same part of Europe as Krafchenko. A Winnipeg official is on the trial and developments may be expected.

1914 Jan 15 – Fork River

Mr. Elliott of Lloydminster, Sask., and Mr. Rowe, of Harding, Man., were here lately looking for cattle to ship out to their reach in Saskatchewan.
M. Mayir, government road inspector, was a visitor at W. King’s, afterwards leaving for Winnipeg.
Mrs. Gordon Weaver, of Winnipegosis, returned home after having spent a few days with Mrs. T.N. Briggs on the Mossey.
Vivian Hafenbrak, Miss. G. Cooper and Miss Shannon have returned to Dauphin.
Miss Weatherhead, of Dauphin, is in charge of the Mossey River School for another term.
Mrs. Nat Little is on a short visit to Winnipeg.
Mr. Russell, of Sifton has returned from holidays and commenced his duties as teacher at Pine View School.
The new council for 1914 met at council chamber, Fork River, on January 6. Present, Reeve King, Councilors Hunt, Hector, Richardson, Robinson, Toye and Bickle. There was also present a large number of rate-payers and everything passed off satisfactory.
Peter Robinson, of Mowat and his gang are busy this nice weather repairing the Bailey Bridge.

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