1912 Feb 22 – Sentenced to Three Months
The case of John Genik, committed on the charge of unlawfully wounding and causing bodily harm o Anthony Genik, of the Riding Mountain settlement, was tried before Judge Ryan here the latter end of last week. The defendant was found guilty, and sentenced to three months in jail. The judge remarked, however, that he should have three years instead of three months. In a quarrel with his cousin, Anthony, John severed part of the former’s ear with his teeth.
1912 Feb 22 – Fork River
Mr. Fulkernson, of Dauphin, representing the Northern Lumber Co., was here on a business trip lately.
Miss Peal Cooper has returned from Dauphin, where she has been visiting friends.
W. William’s sawmill is idle for a few days waiting for repairs.
Wm. Hunking and R. Harrison were visitors from Winnipegosis last week.
D.N. Cooper, agent for the Stimpson scale firm was here last week installing an up-to-date computing scale in the Armstrong Trading Co.s store.
Nat Little, agent for the Crescent Cream Co., of Winnipeg, is paying thirty-two cents per pound for butterfat. There is money in cows at that price. The other fellows will new have to go some to keep in line.
Some one was “dear” stalking about the 14th. This is excusable at that date.
Don’t get inquisitive but keep quiet as we are busy dodging the cordwood piled on West Main Street when we come into town. The stores will soon have to be moved to make room for traffic.
Captain D. McLean and Mr. Ellis and son were visitors to Winnipeg last week, taking in the bonspiel.
1912 Feb 22 – Winnipegosis
Capt. D.G. McAulay has gone to Southern Manitoba to purchase cattle.
T.H. Whale was a visitor to Dauphin on Tuesday. It is understood he will open in business here again.
Mrs. J.N. McAulay is visiting at Dauphin this week.
Mrs. G.O. Bellamy and two children went to Dauphin on Saturday for a short visit.
The fishermen are about all down from the north end of the lake.
Peter McArthur returned from a trip to Dauphin on Saturday.
The Standard Lumber Co. will take out about three million feet this winter.
Already it is mooted that several new buildings, will go up here in the spring.
Copies of the herald were in demand last week.