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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta DNKSDAY, I'T.IMU'AUY "20. Till-'. U'.llLliULIKilC DAILY HKRALD PAGE SEVEN Dohie on Stand in His Own Defence, Says He Tried to Stop the Fight the was gom? on. but witness stand whin court was certain bis cvidmtu e'vcn Tuts day alttrnoou was correct. Witness reiterated his Bohle accused along with ling with his back to Ihe door I'auk-nko (or tin' murder o! John i inln Ouulrychuk's room al be tecH o, SovcuvHcr Win last, of the Witness was sitting be Witness reneraieu ms that Dohie ami bail bucn his cost olf. ucd ftr the I After ubout 18 minutes. I'au'.cuko. I hearing Onutrychuk groaning, got up into t'ulmk's saylijB. "I'm going to give him some Pault-nk.) was Billinu li.i-i.; with i more. I didn't give him enough. drinking before they camu to his sleepy. Witness aiked I'aulenko went und pushed way j UKJO-.' i Hill Onutry-lliiio the back room ihougii r-cxuminHl l.y Mr. Klton. conn 6el tor l-cte Mile. f-.ld o.i the- 00 lie couldn't recall any talk Pauli-uko! room, was o.1 runk. oullie night of the fight he wacl-llile tried t, I-huk'to hVl'p'hlm put John Oisufry-jtrie.1 lo stop bin. Panicnko took-the chuk into tiei. He thought .lil.n, who s.uce-pau oft the wall with lurncO "elulc's evidence when he was put on the stand in the supreme courl this morning by H- KlUn. his counsel, declarlns that at n. tiiiH; did ho fit-hl with Omifry- ,-Uuk, and elating positively that, in spile o: his own efforts Jo prevent ll, I'.-.vjleuko atlncked Onutrycbuk three times, leaving him lyliiK In iiack room of Ihe shack on the- last occasion. Uolilo told on the eland th-jt, so little did ho consider he had to do with the after going home thrust througli Irel with John Onufrychul: three j I'aulcnVo mad'.- no such prop u-; near t ic ojr. ,i ,u maBtbs Mure the tragedy. They !isd. ness iy opened, an arm was novor mil O.iufrx ihut. and 1'autenku was LIU .1.- rncx- wUh IMulenko follow el ilieio, bul was 10 into the back room them, so WiitclieJ v, v.hil.- Paultnko liln over (lie. hea.l I> a IIjTUl Wllll m, the head with an iron hia lianil to his head and "4--lu qnarrtieu at times, HCH.-I uau i rrt.ii. a fighl with lists. That was not the back room, fh i nmt I.VJ pul his band to his head raid: ".My are you trying to kill me." Tho door was barred from Onutry- dink's Fide. heard no noise tlio door breakiuE. To set the door open Onufryehuk had to pry oft j ulllugs.birrinii the door, but1 d Uia th bc lO flO Vilin U1C iJJblUp ill IV I lim Bl.ailti 'UfcJ and going to bed (Jeorgo and Acccntl j witness Mid ho didn't know how it 1 Dnufrychuk visited his room and told him John was dead, but ho wi'ut back to sleep and was not wakene-J until the camo and arrested him. Andrew Culuik.was on the stand jiractically. al! Hit- forenoon, and in of every effort on the part of accused counsel to shako him, he Btayeil hy evidence he Inul given in tile main examination on Tuesday Bfternoon hy Dr. Conybeare, Cross-eiamineil by Mr. Ostlund, An drew Culuik said 1'aulcnko -svaa sit- was dono. lie was confused ou this mint. t' Witness Paulcnko hadn't done anything that ha knew to caufo Onu- fry'ciiuk to hit him. The bar used dropped out oC Onutrychu's band anil fell bOElda Taulonko, but witness didn't see anyone uso Ihe bar alter- ivarils that night. Counsel tor the dc- fcusa tried to show a discrepancy he twccu Culuik'8 evidence. In Ihe pre- liminary heariiiE and today over the roams wJs railed up. A woman had j dead, once lived In the back room, and that was the reason the door was fastened securely. 1' Tills finished case for the crown. The Defence ck I'ngrian was talli-d hy Mr. it. said he sa-.v Culuik the moraine, after the mun'.nr it ihout 11 o'clock. Culuick told wil- iics.i that Uohle was looking ttiroazh the same window with iilm from ihe outside when PaulenVo was beating Onutrychuk up the second lims. Onufrychuk up anil Dtmu question of S while 1'ctc Dohie. one of the accused, tlien the stand. !lc raid Ihat OT Hie night of Saturday. November 1C, he went lo the house where John frychuk was living between 7 ami S hjtn murdered. round kt 1 John lie wa-> He was lyinn face up. liiil Onu-j .......It didn't ihlnk Joiin was doud. Witnf-ss v.ctit around am! 1'a'll- enko acd the- others John wa tne stomach. My liearhiE and vis- ra there ami .rfncted. 1 consulted that Paulenko went into Onufrychuk's arresled him. Sergt. nowk room through the door, and they start- 1 heard one of the other me ed fiKhling with Ihcir fists. talking alnut l ma claimed liU went into the room alter narne.of Dohie who hud L aulenko outside again. Paulenko the The clothes, bow- ent out aflcr r. while again and i ever, were sent for. fighting with Onufrychuk, In Iho meantime the witness told In and Dohie went out to separate of examining the room where the dead gelling Paulenko away lody was found Everything was up- BOVRIL stands alone igrec wilh me. I began reading about this Tanlac when you- first came here, but did not decide lo try Uie medicine until _ talked .with a friend of mine who had ig was uu-i actually used II. He said il was the The murder-' wllneis'idenlifien a badly bal-jbest thing he had ever taken and Fman rented outside After Ltered sauco pan lound near the body, that was boi aw thc-m troni the door. Panlenko Leading from oul.-ldo- in so J i. was Heating Onufrychuk. waa where Ihere were WooiMl ere me. Mgan outside al tho window, near to innhine j f e ahu uke a child self The two men fought for some they had been made hy Ihe heels nt n Imc and Dohie; Paulenko' man who had been dragged into tne and Culuik went, into Culuik's room.; house thiough the back door _ Paulenko wanted to go out Hie front The clothes worn by Doliie that: door, and Dohle said'he wouldn't let! night wcro produced in court ano i him go. lie blocked the door. Wit-1 identitied by the witness. No p.rlic- ness said he wasn't sober al the tilar point was made of the and dcnic'J lli.t'he hit Culuik while I CroES-ejaralticd by ilr. OstUind. -ftit- Paulenko and Onufrychuk were fight-'ness said it was after three o clock Ins Dohie went into another room when ho and the chief got to tnc and always wake up in the mornin ready for breakfast nnd fosiing n. freshed. I am very fond of onions lint was almost afraid to eat them because they always disagreed rue so; I could taste them tor hour afterwards. I ale one for dinner 111 other day and II agreed wilh me ff redly and I felt no bad aflcr effect We Lead Mclaughlin Cars CANADA'S STANDARD CAR International Trucks BUILT AND GUARANTEED BY THE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. Smith Form-a-Truck TURN YOUR OLD CAR INTO A ONE OR TWO TON TRUCK Ford Service Station lo him up and put sc. wcm'lo'llo "down on enko from bed. Peorgo and Dill had picked ryclnik then came. Dobie asked him on Iho bed. eorgo Onufrychuk to come out and A plan of the house n e skcd George, to bo his witness that deuce alter much objection by co.m aivi-M ____ men. c was going home, as he knew there set :or the accused men. The Star Wiintss drcw Cnliiik, ill Ihe rear ot whose ad been a tight. After that ho' went ome and went to bed. George and Vcccnti Omlfrychuk came afler arouse (he. murder occurred, was tlio vhllo and told Dohie that John Onu.jncll ,vlincss. He occupied the two rychuk wes dead. He went fc> sleep 1 [ront icoms; John Onufryehuk occu igaln, and after a while Hie police ihe hack room. Paulenko am :ama nnd look him. nnd they went j bad been to his house the nigh over to'Cululk's room. Witness said j before, then went out and came in ic had never been In trouble before, after he had ginc to bed and hat antl had always been good friends oecn asleep. Witness then told with the dead man. Afternoon Andrew Culuik. in whose house on Tanlac. is sold in Lelhbridge by D. lllginbotham AUCTION SALE I HAVE BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNERS TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION On MONDAY, M'ch 3rd AT ONE O'CLOCK At the Westbrook Place One mile Eait and One and a HaH tie LetWmdge Jail or Five Mies LetUmdge THE FOLLOWING: 1 wagon and boi; 1 wagon. and box; 1 new; 1 hay raKe; 1 bull rake; 1 cultivator; 1 garden seeder; IR-wt fc Wood binder, nearly new; 1 disc harrow; 1 nr-w 1 slack N'o 1 hay; 1 one-horsi wagon; 1 rubber tired bnssj. good shapeTl B.h, V.ion and rack; 1 top tranr; 1 Lnocral. good 1 mower; 1 set lever harrow.; 1 OK. potato digger, good condition; 1 P. t 0. sulky plow. 14 inch, brwk- er and stubble Soltoms; 1 Emerson gong plow; 3 siatft har- ness; 4 sets of worli harness; 1 set of driving harness; 1 set double harness; 1 team ot bay mares. 2SOO Ibs.; 1 mare 5 years, 1450 Ibs.; I brown mare. 10 years, 1500 brown gelding 7 years. 1450 Ibs.; 1 black gelding, S years, 120Ci 1 WMIo gelding. S years. IBM Ibs.; 1 srey gelding, 3 yews, T mouse colored gelding.' 7 years, 1150 Ibs.; 2 bay fUJes, 3 about 1200 eich; 1 sow, due to farrow April 1st; 1 fat hog; 3 hop, weight 150 Iba.; IS good milk cows, all young stoclc, some Irwh and some coming fresh; 35 Black Minorca chickens; 3 Wvudotte CMkerels; 1 Del-aval separator, No. 10; 2 "D-isy" WrtI cfcnrn.; 1 stone churn; 1 Prlmroso separator, No. 2, new; J stoves- 1 plastered shack, 1 dinltuj table, quarter eit oak; 1 Congoleinn rug. feet; Rockers. Toltet Sets, etc. Also numerous oilier household articles and small arm equipment. TERMS RESERVE WESTBROOK BROS., OWNERS PETER UVALLEY, AUCTIONEER ONLY OENUINE FORD PARTS USED. PROMPT DELIVERIES ON ALL OUR LINES, FULL LINE OF REPAIRS CARRIED. .STT.. i------------------------------------------------------------------- Lethbridge Motors Ltd. whal happened after Ihoy came bad the second lime. They wanled to know Andrew Culuik. in whose nonsc on he had anything to drink. He had Galli Elreel, Staffortlville, the death j nothing. EO they sat around and smok- of John Onufrychuk occurred, leading cisaretlea. While they were sit- to tile trial of Pt-'.o I'aulenko and Pete ting Mitre. Onutrychuk broke, through Dohle at the criminal nsslzea now In ihe panel of Ihe tloor anil hit Paulenko session, was Hie alar witness for the] wilh a piece it iron. The Iron was Crown al Tuesday a'.lernoon's sessbn. j dropped in tho front raom. Paulenko eiilulk was present when Dohie and said. "My Hod, are you trying to kill PauJanko arrived, ho was in the room j anil Ihen t'nnlcnko and LKffl.5 whcln the (irm reached through Ihe I went Into the hack room. Dohle anil broken door and hit Paulenko on the patiltnko 'were somewhat drunk at forehead wilh n piece of iron, drawing ihe lime. They broke down the con- 'Wood, he saw Dohlc and Paulenko go i reeling door nnd went into (ho back 1 Into the bsck room, drag Onulrychuk room. Wilnesa said ne stayed in the out Inlo Iho back yard, and Vlck him front room Dohlo anil I'aulenXo toox and otherwise heat him, ho went out Onufrychuk outside- into tho back yaril nnd tried to Fermrale them, gelling and slarled -beating him. OnufrychnR knocked down tor his Interference, ho yelled to witness. "Don t leave me, oaw Oiimrjraiik drag himself into his they're killing su he went dul room In the' linck of the house alter! the front d.ior and around to tnc hack, .....nnd trlfil lo part the fighting men. "Muleuko was down on tbo ground, johle was standing up. Onufrychuk was on the ground nnd lie got tip antl went into tho house. The tw.i men the first tight, and ho was In the frail room with when Ihoy hoard Onyfrychuk gfomlnK anil Paulenko say, "1 guess 1 go and give him j.omg more; I'm sorry I dldn'l give him nr.d he watched through the wMow of the dead man's room while Paulenko be.ll him up Iho second lime, being nfrnld lo Interfere again. During Ihe afternoon Kergt. lloivker ot the city police, who arrested bolh t'aulc-nkn and Uohte. gave evidence and produced the dollies worn hy hlc, wlttch, wllnesa said, were covered wild blnod when the was made Afternoon Settlor! George Omifrychuk was sllll on lua hud been kicking OinfrryclniV. lilt witness in Ihe stomach and knock- ed him down -because witness had knocked I'aulenko down In trying to epa-ato them. Witness Ihen got up and went into tlie front of tho house. The accused men followed Omilrydiuk into Ihe back room anil slarled teat- ing him again. Wilcsa saw them beat hint from where he sat In tho front room. .OniifrychuK groaning then. Paulonko threw, himself .on ll'.o btd. WORK AND SAVE The greatest YOU can render to your couniry in cliyi of Reconstruction; economize tessiMy, ud invert regularly in Stamps, YOU will gam even more wifl the country by doing three things J for AND EACH DOLLAR WORTH MORE. In 1924, when the Dominion o( Canada repays you 15.00 lor erery War-Saving Stamp you own, a dollar wiB buy more tnan it will today! Price thit month, Buy War-Savings Stamps ;