Today in the Dauphin Herald – Nov 16 – 1911

1911 Nov 16 – Bad Shooting Accident

A bad shooting accident occurred north of Winnipegosis on Monday last, which necessitated the amputation of Mrs. W. Hippsley’s right arm near the shoulder.
Mr. Hippsley, the husband, was in the act of cleaning a shotgun in their home, when it discharged, the content entering Mrs. Hippsley’s right arm at close range, shattering it terribly. Mr. Hippsley thought the gun was not loaded.
Dr. Medd of Winnipegosis brought the injured lady to the hospital on Tuesday’s train.

1911 Nov 16 – Drowned at Pine Creek

J. Dubois, one of the well-known Indian settlers of the Pine Creek Reservation, was drowned on Saturday last by breaking through the ice. Dubois was about 35 years of age and born and raised in this settlement.

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