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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME xn. iih. ALBEKTA, "THURSDAY, 'FEBIWAKY -n, NUMBER 60 Monarchists Active in Defeated To Resume Daily Service to Coutts and Cardston Soon This was learned at the ger.eral offices ot the C.P.R. here today. It can- not bT definSly tlated present just what day the service, will be I bit It is expected that the trains will be running every day on reseTranohe, again shortly after the first of March. This hM, been resumed by the company voluntarily, no word having yet been re- celvexl by the railway commission, which considered the matter here Monday. Memorial to Late Leader Bolshevists Suffer Severe Defeat From Esthonians Is Fpuad Guilty of Murder of Dohie is Guilty of Manslaughter. "Paulenko, stand up. "The Jury found you guilty of murder1. The law does not leave me any choice of sentence. Under the law of Canada man found guilty of murder must be sentenc- ed to death. All the evidence In the case and everything that has taken place during your trial will be sent to the government at_Ot- tawa and will be carefully consid- ered before the sentence of death is carried-out. 1 do not know what the government will do with your case, but 1 would strongly advise you to be prepared to meet your The sentence of this court is that you be taken from this place to the provincial jail, and there confined until the 14th day of May, 1919, and that on the 14tn day of you tak- en from the place of your Impris- onment to the place of your execu- tion, there to fce hanged by tht neck till you are dead. "And may God have merjy on your soul." Packed" to the doors curious onlookers, Iho majiWiy o! whom were fellow country me n of Pete Pauleaip aY silent is death, -ilself on Wednesday evening almost on the slrokp :f eight, while Mr. Jus- tice pronounced the above words which sealed Ihe doom of Paul- on a charge ot murdering John Onufocliuk in cold blood In" lhc_ early hours .of Sunday morning. Xov! IGth, sallsturg. ine'staTement" claims "the Estonians have repulsed the Bolshevik and Inflicted aerloua lotses In killed and wounded. The rtate- "ent the fighting in the direction of SaHsburg violent and large are REPULSED BY ALLIES ARCHANGEL, Feb. Pressj-Bo'.hevlki troops of. Monday attempted a counter-attack against the newly gained allied posi- tions on "he Murmansk front, but were repulsed with heavy losses. The Bolshevik! used an armored train in their ineffectual attempt. "OTTAWA, Feb. move- ment fs en fool it the capital to have parliament provide an an- nuity for Lady It is un- derstood that the proposal has been on be- half of the government, but it is not known If Laurier would accept. While Sir Wilfrid was not a man of wealth, it is staled that he carried considerable life Insurance. Undoubtedly parliament will make provision for the erection of a suitable monument tw the mem- ory of the: statesman. The monument will be erected on Parliament Hill, already adorned by of Queen Victoria, Sir John MacDonald. Hon. Alexander Macenzie, Lafontaine and others. Monarchists Gaining Upper Hand in Germany Again New Stories Inhuman Deeds Done by BolsheviU Have; Been Uncovered Cold- Blooded Crimes, he said th- old officer class, with its general staff, has been gradually tne'wiip hand there since January 13, and now holds the 8ov- ernment In its power. FRENCH DfflBE" Hon. J.A. Caldtf Says Repatria- tion Can Be Easkst With by Out Govt. OTTAWA.- Feb. of men who went lo lie war and allend- ant problems found'.emphasis In tho reiafien debitte on the addreas In tlw afternoon. For haur-and half Hon. J. A. Calder, mmis'ler of immjaration 'and chair- man of the repatriation committee, spoke of Ihe problems and Ihe. way in whicli Ihey had '.Men handled. it was the first speech of any length which Mr. Calder has made in the house since he joined tbo government for last session such speeches as he WHAT INFORMATION HAS LEGISLATURE ON OIL LEASES? (Spedal to The Hc-ral'J) EDMONTON, Feb. re- sponse'to the recent resolution unanimously endorsed by the pro- vincial legislature protesting against the granting of blanket oil leases in the province to any petroleum syndicates, has been received by the clerk of the legis- lative assembly, Mr. J. R. Cowell, as follows; "1 received your telegram of 18th inst. embodying resolution passed by Ihe legislative assem- bly of Alberta re petroleum. I would be interested to know what Information tt-e legislature had. to .-theleff.eet stated in; the resolution. Any such' Information they'had. was, wrong. "Yours truly, "ARTHUR MEIGH6N." Delegates al Peace Conference Are instructed to This Effect fSpecial to T3ie Herald) EDMOKl'ON. Feb. nuuiuui of nubile bills were given second read-} ing In the' house Wednesday, and! others were provisionally passed in; .committee as a whole. An act to ol- thevissiie ol debentures for Ihe payments of indebtedness con traded in'fighllngrthc influenza, presented by Hon V G. Muckay, read Ihe sec-1 lond time. Another acl by Mr. Mactaj- l i-almr Union anil llio Women's Monster Irrigation Rally To be Held Here March 13 Thursday. March the day] 'Hon. Duscin set for the monster Irrigation meet-, agriculture; Hon. A. J. ing in Lcthbridse, when all farmers, all the members of Un lefaslatnre ho the .ro.talng att ?FS VL the "sonth arc.-being asked to atleaiV From what The Herald can gather, the irrigation projects now planned from every district In the south who are interested in the irrigation 'pro- jects now being considered arc asked to meet to hear reports from Piesl- aro receiving more and more dent Marooch of the board ot trade, I every day. Tho farmers want Irrlga- F il Pclcrs and others who and the srovemmcnts are in sop- --i Jl-- Tn6 next liD' F il Peers an oers neen.'negotiating for some lime past port of the Projects. in an effort to get action on the parUnt step is to br ng the famers tho overnment it Tho committee J 1 jtUe ULILU.I called attention to Iho activities of 'Iho 'oltlorest enemies o! orgaulzeil abor in coa.aucllng cam- jalgn f.galnil. IHe peoplo oi the .eagao- of nations." Tlie resotttlon expresses "confident hope thai ttio 'Plan now being consid- lo include real solf-determlnattoii In Ireland as well as in all other disputed terrllroy." bridge northern, Lothbridge soulh t easterly and Tabcr projects. The calls for the 'convention aro go-j Ing out ivllliln of It Is expected lhat every district nn- der any of the projects will large- ly rcpresenK-d by delegates who will have authority from tho farmers they represent lo lake action which will bring negMiatloca nearer completion. A wire has been received at too A WjrO Has UUUIl nv .M" "-a board of trade from President Mir-lrealize Ihey have nocb statins'lliat he-will bo'home] work stlli to carlr. nest week. For.the past Ihree are at wcfto he MS Xei1 to the.east of U with W I Buchanaji. M.P., has been great factor In mcfl, IV. UI...D and tho government together, am) it to hoped Inat tho March 13 meeting -rjll rnanlt In thn orraniaatlOn Of a central commiKee which will lure power to act on befcalf of tie farmers, and to direct to the goTernmnit Jo negotiate an agreement will lead to the rflnal strrreys ssade, the Irrigation districts formed, taa votes taken, and the bonds is a big program, Md those in" re- busy interviewing ministers of tho gov ernment to learn exactly what the. Do- minion government Is prepared to do THE WEATHER Low .1. further Irrigation in southern Al- bcrla. IIC will raako.Ms report, at tho Mnrcli 13 convanlion. In-adillllon, P. H.-I'clera, commis- slotKir ot Irrigation, -will ba Jrcscnl. great factor In loveniii co operation, and Cotdndsdonei' stales taut IHe vow counted on almost to a man. _ The Wg meeting oa March Uti will be held In .the K. ot P. hall, and morning scrslon is planned taas ihu work may bo op ;