1914 Jan 22 – Killed His Companion
A fatal shooting accident occurred in the Riding Mountain near Laurier on Friday last. Charles Jolivet and Frank Turpot were out shooting, when an animal suddenly came in sight and in the excitement of adjusting his gun. Jolivet shot Turpot through the head, killing him instantly.
Coroner Harrington went to Laurier and after investigating the circumstances surrounding the shooting decided that an inquest was not necessary.
1914 Jan 22 – Mossey River Council
The council met at Fork River on Tuesday, Jan. 6th; all members present.
The reeve and three newly-elected councillors were sworn in by the clerk.
Hechter-Hunt – That a vote of thanks to tendered the retiring reeve for the good services given to the municipality throughout his term of office.
Hunt-Toye – That the minutes of the last meeting be adopted as read.
By Laws No. 106, councillors fens and mileage; No. 107, secretary-treasurer, and by-law No. 24, solicitor, were confirmed for 1914.
Hechter-Bickle – That Dr. Medd be engaged as health officer for 1914 at a salary of $600.
Toye-Richardson – in amendment – That Dr. Medd be appointed health officer with a salary at the rate of $600 per year for the year of 1914. Should the village of Winnipegosis be incorporated before the end of the year his term of office to expire on the date of the first meeting of the council of that village and that during the time he remains health officer of this municipality, he to visit Fork River one day each week. Amendment carried.
Hunt-Hechter – That the Clark pay the balance, $20, required to make up the price in full, $100, for lots 15 and 16, bloc 4, in Fork River.
Hechter-Hunt – That we subscribe for eight copies of the Western Municipal News for the use of the members of the council.
Richardson-Toye – That Coun. Hunt, Bickle and Hechter be the Finance Committee for 1914, and that the first named be chairman.
Bickle-Hechter – That Coun. Toye, Richardson and Robertson be the Public Works Committee for 1914, and that the first named be chairman.
Toye-Hunt – That the declarations of Councillors Robertson, $49.30, and Richardson, $25.20 he passed.
Robertson-Richardson – That the councillors’ fees and mileage be paid to date.
Robertson-Toye – That the accounts as recommended by the Finance committee he paid.
Hechter-Hunt – That the secretary put up notices requesting all persons who have municipal scrapers in their possession to notify the clerk within thirty days from date of notice.
A by-law was passed cancelling a little over $2000 of taxes.
Bickle-Hechter – That the Council adjourn to meet at Winnipegosis at the call of the reeve.
1914 Jan 22 – Ethelbert
Wood is coming in freely since the snow came. Quotations are weaker if anything. Prices per cord on track are $3 to $3.25 for tamarac, according to quality.
Business is very good considering the money stringency.
It is reported that John McLean is disposing of his grist mill at this point.
Robt. Wilson has purchased Leander Hill’s farm. We hope this don’t mean the departure of Mr. Hill from the neighbourhood as he is one of the old timers and has been with us from the first.
Wm. Stevenson, a former resident here, but now of [1 line missing] renewing acquaintances in town.
Harry Brachman returned on Monday from a short trip to Dauphin. He says the whole excitement at the place was the arrest of Krafchenko. [1 line missing] these dull days to keep us from hibernating.
1914 Jan 22 – Fork River
Elliott Brandon bought a carload of cattle here and shipped some to Lloydminster on Friday.
A well-attended surprise party took place at the home of D.F. Wilson on the Mossey and a good time is reported.
Country Master W. King is out on his annual visit of inspection to all Orange Lodges in his jurisdiction.
J.S. Nowosad and wife, from Aberdeen, Sask., are visiting at the home of the former’s parents.
J.D. Clements is in Dauphin on business.
J. Reid and Mrs. Wood were visitors here on Sunday.
W. Coultis is busy these days break-in a nice colt.
There will be no services in All Saints’ Church next Sunday, the 25th, owing to Mr. Williams being called to Dauphin to attended the opening of the New Anglican Church at that point. Sunday school will be held as usual at 2 o’clock.
Mr. Fergus, inspector of Quebec Fire insurance Co., was a visitor at D. Kennedy’s on Wednesday.
Wood is coming in briskly now and the A.T. Company’s store is kept busy; but Scotty and Dunc can handle lots of this, the more the better.
We are glad to hear that I. Hafenbrak is at home again and improving in health daily.
Fred King is busy these days sawing wood with his gasoline outfit.
W. Williams has a number of teams drawing lumber from his limits to town these days.
The A.T.C. shipped a nice bunch of dressed hogs to their Winnipegosis store on Monday
Sam Reid and J.W. Lockhart are up the lake hauling fish again and we hope no ill luck with happen this time.
What is the matter with the C.N.R.? Our tri-weekly train arrived here ahead of time.
Mrs. Gunners is leaving on Monday for a two weeks’ visit with friends in Paswegan, Sask.