Brakeman Tuck Killed
George F. Tuck, brakeman, was killed at noon Monday in the Canadian National Railway yards at Swan River. He jumped from the Prince Albert through freight train as it was pulling into the station. He slipped, fell backward under the moving cars, and was killed instantly. Tuck was 23 years old and a native of England. He was a returned soldier and had been a resident of Dauphin for little over a year.
The funeral took place from Farrell’s Undertaking Parlors on Wednesday afternoon to Riverside cemetery. The service was conducted by the Rev. Philip Duncan.
Fined for Assault
Fred Beyko appeared before P.M. Hawkins on Monday, December 12th, charged with assaulting Harry Derkacz. Beyko was found guilty and fined $20 and costs, amount in all to $46.75. Both parties belong to the Valley River district.
The mighty hunters have returned from their annual trek. Some bring spoils others a long face.
The annual meeting of the U.F.M. will be held in the school house on Friday evening, December 16. This is the business meeting of the year and everyone is requested to turn out. A directors meeting will be held right after the annual meeting and the evening will finish with a dance and supper. Everyone turn out and have a good time.
The teachers are working hard on the Christmas entertainment to be held on the 22nd. The “kiddies” are rounding into shape and there is a promise of a fine evening ahead. Do not forget the date.
Municipal nomination day passed over very quickly. Reeve Robertson was returned by acclamation. In Ward 2 we have Sam Hrushovey and Joe Fedorovitch. Ward 6 Metro Fediuk, Nicola Panagopka and Arthur Shannon, while Ward 4 has Mr. Hart and Frank Thorsteinson.
T.B. Venables has completed part of his new home and has moved in for the winter. Mr. Venables will complete building operation in the spring.
James Tate lost his home by fire some days ago. The family was away at the time and as far as can be learned there was little if any fire in the stove at the time.
Stanley King was a visitor during the hunting season. Stanley is an old-timer and is always a welcome visitor.
E.V. Lockwood and family have returned from a trip to Chicago, where they were visiting Mrs. Lockwood’s folks.
Cordwood is coming into town and the price is a bit lower than for some time.
In fixing up for the winter do not forget to see Tilt for insurance. No matter what it is he has insurance to cover it.