Winnipeg Tribune 26 Apr 1923 Page 5
feet deep. Stock was moved to places of safety on high knolls and manure piles. At L. 1. Snary's farm a herd of cattle, numbering 30, along with four horses, were ma rooned on top of a manure pilo where they had been feeding, completely completely surrounded ty water for three days. It they eat enough they will Just naturally consume their island and place of refuge for the time be ing, in barns and stables Tuesday morning water rose to a depth that endangered the lives of stock and It was necessary to drive horses and cattle out to points of refuge. , The Jubilee grade bridge was car ried away with the flrst rush of wa ter after the Jam was broken and late Wednesday afternoon It was lo cated several miles from lta home. Its drift out over the prairies was arrested by a barbed wire fence.