Clipped From The Winnipeg Tribune
GIRL HERE SUES FOR INJURIES IN NORTH DAKOTA Mr. Justice Adamson, In Court of King's Bench today, Is called upon to decide whether a plaintiff, living in Winnipeg, can collect damages from another resident of the city for Injuries received In an automo bile accident which occurred in i North Dakota. ! Miss Doris Towers, a clerk, seeks j to recover $2,147.95 from Norman W. Kelscai, customs officer, for injuries injuries she received July 3, 1933, near Hillsboro, N.D., when Mr. Kelson car, in which she and Mrs. Kelson were riding, Btruck loose gravel on a state highway and turned over in the ditch. Ghe allege that her ribs were broken, her chest c.ushed, and that she sustained sustained other injuries. The defence assert that the accident accident was unavoidable and as a result of a rear tire being pierced by a large spike. It is further declared declared that the Manitoba court has no jurisdiction in the case, as the accident occurred In North Dakota. C. K Guild, K.C., represents the plaintiff, with W. P. Fillmore, K.C., defending.