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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE umiHHUXiK DAUA UKKAUJ ri'ESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1919 HUN1 For Session is Be Four Speeches Eulogistic of Late Leader s. OTTAWA. Feb. S5.-Parlianifat re- assembles this afternoon and t.s Kffx business after the preliminaries will bo official references to the late Sir Laurler. There will be only tour speeches, 'two by government speakers two by the opposition numbers. Sir Thomas White, the act- mf premier, will speak for the .gov- ernment aud, in all probability, Hon. y B. Can-ell will be the second speak- er on that side ot the house. On the the speakers be I! D. MacKenjie. leader, and Hon. itodolphe Lemicux. who was a minister fn Sir Wilfrid's cabinet. The address in reply lo the speech from the throne will then bo moved by Major Redman of Calgary, and sec- onded by Manion ot Port Arthur, both war veterans. It (he debate is continued today, as expected, speeches will follow by the two leaders. Management Committee The management committee of the Liberal party met this nioriilnr under the chairmanship ot J. A. RoK', chief whir-. The following is the personnel ot the committee: Friuce Edward Is- lard. J. E. Sinclair, Queens Scotia. J. H. Sinclair. Autlgcralsh anil Guysboro. New Brunswick, A U foi'l'. Westmoreland. Qmbec: llou. lloielphe Lemteux. Maissoueuve; Hon. Jacaues Bureau. Three Ilivers; Hon. Dr Beauco; E. Lapoale. Kam- ouraska. Ontario: Hon. Charles Murphy, Uuisell: Duncan Koss, Vest Middle'sei; A. B. West Kent. Manitoba: Dr. J. P. Molloy. Proven- i'hcr Alberta, W. II. White. Victoria. Messrs. Rotjb aud MavKenrie are also members of the committee, llurel wreath was laid on the desk of Ihe late Liberal leader today 'by'Hon. Charles. Murphy ?-nd Jacques Bureau, and it is probable1 that it will remain there until a per- -_--i t0 sir Wilfrid Llui- Is namea. Liurel in French is "Laurler." Mr MacKenzie will occupy his. own seat, on ihe left of the seat ot the op- position leader. One ot visitors to Mr. Mae- Keuiie this morning was the Han. W. S.--Fielding, and they had a chat for a tew minutes alone Telegrams ot congratulations to Mr. MacKeniie have besun to arrive from all pirtE ot Canada. YOUTH MS OF Word has been received from a Sas saloon officer in Dunkirk, that Dr. H T.. Munroe. commanding ofMcer of the Saskatchewan hospital unit No. S sta- lionarr hospital, has been" decorated with the order of the British Empire. Thai was lo when ho was only 15 years oW by a" Ciliary for iwj yMrs oil a charge of'stealing aa automobile, and that he got tired of jail life and escaped be- cause he would raiher he was ihe boyish told by young Sidney to Mr. Jusiica Wals'n in the supreme court this mornios aft" pleading suilty to charge ot break- ins jail here on Octcier 2 last. John Shalouskl, charged alto with jsll-breaking on the same dale, also pleaded guilty. He b sen-ins tence o_ a charge of stealing money frJni a Chinese restaurant. Vrosecutor Conybearc slated that he had instructions to Mk for penitentiary .sentences tor these two men. as the provincial jail here is run on the honor system, aud it was im- possible to keep prisoners who break faith and steil away. 1 His lordship slid lie would look at the depositions iu the and give sentence later. One escaped prisoner, whose name I called, did not respond In court. His n-ame is Peart lllcherds. A bench warrant is out for him. but ho Is across the line now and cannot he' [located. IHE GEIUYFOR CalW 21 Before Proceeds is Cue New Mafch Numbers of ecords Lashanska Sings'- "Kiss Me Again" Lashanska's splendid voice soars to the artistic climax of Victor Herbert's great waltz song with an case and brilliance that are hard to wonderful' to hear. 77842 51JW Frolicsome satyrs, fleeing nymphs, dancing through Arcadian fairly 'sec them in these enchanting ballets played by the, Paris Conservatory' s famous Sym- Orchestra. V Jure a Jury could be impanelled in Ihe supreme- ourt In the trial ot reter 1'aulenkp ana 1'cter Dohle, charged with the murder of John Onufrychuk op November last. The case is, fcing N-toro Mr. Justice j C. F. P. Conybiare. K.C.. is appearing for the Crown. II. Oitlund for raulen- ko. and D. H. Kllon for Dohie. The men are being together, and on being charged they both pleaded uoi guilty. Tho jury impanelled constsls of George IJi'ion, E. M. Carson. Harry Rose, E. A. Sharman, Chis. Uonar and George Wilson. The story ot the-case >s sketched for the jury by the "crown prosecutor s that on 'the night of Saturday, No- 15, or tba morning ot Sundsy. November- If, Paulenko and Dohie vere visiting Andrew Culuik in Sits shack on Oatli street, StafforoMlle. fiiere is a back room to the shack wbfch wis used by John Onutrychuk as his place oi residence. The door between the Iwo parts ot Ihe shack had been -txmrted irjv aad covered with building paper, but evidently, either on the night in Question or at some other time shortly previoui the boarding had been partly lorn down. While PanlenVo was sitltes U Culuik slid Dohie. an arm reached through the doorway, and Paulenko was hit on the head with a piece o! iron wMch wounded Paulenko's fore- head, blood lo flow freely. II is then alleged that Paulenko wenl into Onufrychilfc's rooffl, where 2 stragfle ensued. The men fought ou: into the yard. Onutrychutt -n-ai bniieel and heaten and kicked, bit after Paulenio left he was able to up and stagser Into Ihe hacl room ot Ihe When Panlenk< heard him groaning, he said: "I'l finish and -went out and, it 1 alleged, he ;went into the tack par ot Ihs ts-s'q 4nd inflicted wounds oi Onofrychuk'i henl with a heavy ba of iron which resulted in Dmitry clrak's death. Dohie is alleged I have helped Paultuko in this secon attack. i A It Is a'peculiar coincidence tho Panlenko; one'o! the accmed men. ap peared before Mr. Justice Walsh a previous sitting ot the crimrai court here and was fined JlaD at costs on ?.'charge of assaulting Pea Miller with a cuspidor. Doctor's Evidence Dr. Lynn, first witness for th crown, told of'examining Orufrychuk wounds at Fetterly's undertaking par- lors oo .November 17, ISIS. He had been dead at least 21 hours. There were many wounds and .bruises, but tbere-jrere which might have caused death. One had smashed holh tables oi Ihe skull, and the other ou Ihe skull which had gone right into he brain substance. Either wound would cause almost instantaneous eath. -The blow over the ear ip- leared to have been Ihe first deliv- fred. It was likely slracx while the. was standing. The blowe mjght havd been delivered by; a .piece o! Exhibit 1, a bar ot FOlifl Iron, was a saucepan, badly bat .ered. Witness said the saucepan could not have been used to intlic Ihe wounds which caused death, bu the iron tiat, and about a foot long, would have caused the Ik. 20tfi ff Effrr Mnritt OOUIIiBlA GRAPH OPHONE COM PANT. BdirbaiaMaurel Carries You Back to.Oid Vlrguua in her clear, vibrant tones, oractly the spirit d these tender mel- odies, Barbara made a rarely sympathetic record of "Carry Me Back to Old Virpnny" and "Old Black A-6091-11.50 Apparenlly Crazed With Dope Will Re- cover Apparently craztd either by dope or drink, Fred Kozak, a miner living at Nfl. 3 3rd Ave, Ifardisville, ran amuck on Saturday afternoon and after attempting "unsuccessfully lo commit suicide by using a Colt auto .32'revolver, he fired'at Harry Coienko, -who had tried to restratn him, striding a bullet "into Ills baefc which went completely through tho side of tho abtlomea. Kozak is now in jail awaiting preliminary trial On Thursday morning at 11 o'clock in the P.- P. court, Traile Cozenio la In he Gait Hospital. He will recover rom his wounds. It apiicars that when Kowk went on he rampage he tired, threei shols vhich went' into the walls ot the Harry- Cozenko attempted to ake the gun away from'Kozak and ucceeded In doing so. He took the olip out ot tho gun and tossed Ihe vcapon on thinking it wns harmless. He. turned to out of flie door, but "as hu did so Kozak picked up the gun, pointed it at Kozenko, anc1 place; and witness going to John Onu frychuk's. a company house. He went into the front part of the house, after ho liad looked in the back door, which luus, was open, ond seen everything broken Olher bruises on the face anil body up. In tie front room were Poto appeared to have been made by the Paulenko, Pete Dohie, Andrew Culuik too of a hoot, as If Ihe victim nad.and Bill Onutrychuk. Paulenko hai been U "'ark on his forehead twhich wa said he had bleeding. Paulenko told witness tha not ciammedlPete -Panlenko's head, i John Or.ufiychnk had opened thodoo He hail' not" fibticed a scar'on the between the -front and back room accused man's head. He couldn't say i and ha'l lilt him tin tlic forehead., positively which blow had 'been de- Witness still under cross-exam livercj iirct The wounds on the head'nation when court adjourned fo THE KENNY ALUN CO., LIMITED Nwt fhont I4ft' could not have teen inflicted by the toe of a boot. by Mr. Elton, wit- ntss saM second Wow on liack of head appeared to have been dealt within two or three minutes after the anting blow brer the right car, hich had caused death. There was dirt In the region of tho fatal ounds. 1 Evidence George Onufrychtik, a brother of ic Tlctim, the next witness, lie ad to the scene of Ihe trasedy see his brother, and found him ly- on the floor) Tie went lo put him Ihe 'bed and found lie was dead c then went to get hla brother Ike, and called up the city police was-12 o'clock midnight by hia alch, which was thrco hours' slow o went to the mine house to tele aone, but it was closed. H look bout an hour alter finding his brollie ead before lie could ftnil the police Cross witness said h ad been livimc In Lelhbridgo fo 2 yearn. He thought I'etc Panlenk been here Id rears. Ho ah' '.inlenko anil the raurdersd rawi from Iho same riHage i On Saturday afternoon, Xovemhe .5, witness and John Omifrychiik i ohn KurluV had come off shtit _ 2. 1'tte Paulenlio came ta fror Diamond Cilr where he was ng In the wine. It was about o'clock In Ihe evening he tint sa Punlenko. The second lime accnM west Into witness' house Ptte Doh .._.. with PautenW, They leu minutes, It about 1 o'ctoc in tbe morning. The be was pay day In tho After Dohle Ml, cent! and the left Ihe botts eninjf In i, The publishes a Omsi, ill which It is annouiied. that the town has "been swept "hur- 1 the terrible Siberian blizzard. The hurricane hurled huge lumps of Ice along tho slreels 'and rectlereil It impossible to. remain outdoors alive. Acres ot Iron roofing w.ere carried away, and the condition of the rall- ways is otflcially described as catos- 'ired. It happened that there was an trophic owing to tha enormous pronpr- uneiploded bullet in -iiio ciiarnber of j tion of engines rendered unserviceable Ihe gnn. nml this struck Cozenko just through the severe weather ana above, tho hip, in the back, going through the body and comjng out in front, Tho A. P. P.-wero called and.took clrarga of Kozalt, whilo Cozenko was hurried to the hospital where ho is under treatment'by Dr. Oalbraith. The Australian government is tak- ing measures to pKvent the landing of Bolshevik! and olher undesirables. The fcdernl joTernment has dismisiecl 500 Belgian employees on Cockatoo Island owing policy. lo the men's go-slow araioe in fuel and lobricatinf oil, DAYLIGHT IJONDON, Feb. The ilnylight saving plan, whereby clocks of Great Britain will he set ahead, will go Into eltect. on Jlarch 30, it was officially announced yesterday. Tlie rtgular. time TV-Ill be resumed on .September 28. JAG. Simpson of Toronto, noted labor icarier, has relumed from aiding in a prohibition campaign In fs'ew Zealand. NG SO EASY TO DIGEST so deliriously nourishing and as itiose crisp brown liiile loaves of'well InJced Shredded Wheat 'They contain ihe entire wheai grain, nothing added, nothing taken away. A whole wheat cooked ready to eat. Rntr hot milk over two or three of these biscuits and you have; a hot dish that will start the day right and sustain you in work or play. Salt or sweeten it to suit the taste. MADE CANADA ;