Clipped From The Winnipeg Tribune
SEVENTEEN YEARS AND TWENTY-FOUR LASHES (Continued from Page One court thut the authorities became aware of the age of the girl when the first offence was committed, and this resulted In the laying of a second charge while the first case wag proceeding. Krickson, who has a long police record, was undefended as R. A. Bonnar, K.C., stated that although he had been asked by the prisoner to art for him, he was umiblo to do go. Krlckson only got out of the provincial Jail a few days ago after serving two months for assaulting his wife and, In the early days, served six years at Stony Mountain for shooting with Intent. He will lie sent out to the penitentiary this afternoon, and following the custom a! that Institution, will receive tile first dose of the cat this nfternnon. As he was leaving court he asked permission to lie allowed to say "Dood bye to his wife nnd step-daughter, but Magistrate Daly said ho did not think they wished to have anything to say to him nnd they agreed with the idea of the court on the subject.