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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ISilSiiliifiiii^f Paulenko and Dohie Are Held Responsible for Death of Onofrychuk. "We tfie undersigned find that John Onofrychuk came to his death between the hours of 6 p.m. of the 16th-and 3 a;mi;of the ITth at the hands of Pete Paulenko and Pete Dohle." This was ^the verdict of the coroner's jury last night when the inquest over John Onofrychuk was held by Ckironer iiumphrles. The jury was composed of Mesargt Flsk, foreman, Henderson, Lee, Thaoll, Donahue and Metcalfe. The verdict;'was reached after a tew minutes' discussion. "George Onofrydhuk, cousin of the (murdered man wasHhe first to give bls^evidence: The last time he saw the' deceased" alive was about six o'clock on Saturday night when he had given him his picture. The neyt- be sawfof him was when he went to bis houBO.' Here.he f6und Fanienko and Bohle, the former with a cut over bis head.: John Onorychuk was lying on the floor. He took hold of him and found that hc^was dea^. He accused Paulenko of killing him but be denied ft. He then went to the mine office and phoned'for the police. Dr.'Lynn'who performed the autopsy ' testified that the deceased-had met his death from a fracture of the skull Inflicted, with some blunt Instrument, 'AxendU Onofrychuk, the dead man's i ,Tjr�ttor, told howThe had been Informed .v^yifReoVgie GKhofrychuk that his broth'er w|todea^.: THe'went with him^ttf^tKe . The^oM^t iWltnesg, Andfon KtilUcfc, lvjia,4iy*�^ln iMjhouse where the mur? ^ dirnw&iK;j^lf^Bfted, claims, to have^I �' -was'ln Dl�ttliai,'nl|glif.a'8 cea8ed'"�'ben Paulenko' an4 Dohle caitie in, - He theq got up, and t>�u1enko was Itting on;,hla bed wb^n- the door of Opofrychuk'a room opened and Onofrychuk came through and , hit - Pau-J lenko over ,^he bead with a short, iron bar. Panlenko and Dohie then st�1rted to beat bim up. They dragge4 him out* aide and kicked him, and he called to -Rullic)( :fo>, help shouting "They are going to ikUllme.' ICuUiokwent out andv^sepaiited them and John stag- , f6i'�dlntA't^e house. There they set ' on'1^|m again. He saw Paulenko strike J6Un five: or six times with the saucepan which >was produced In court. He : was prevented from rendering any as-tl8tuib�:-is said. V : > � ^ . Police Evidence. ; Sergt Bowker related how he had received the news, from /the station 7- jaan and how he had hurried over to OhlefHardyand gone. out. with bint Itttbe police car. Qeorge Onofrychuk was .waiting tq guide. Ihem to the , bouse "^here they foj^nd John, and Paulenko was found In another room, The.,'d�oai^BOd had been dead about ^tte'and'a;hal(hourB.: He aaked Fau-leako it'he had been fighting but he �aid no. Jjeter he admitted heliad "a UtOe," Jle- then arrested Paulenko. ^ Meanwhfle Chief Hardy went to phone (or more men and the sergeant Jound out that Dohie had been therei He S9ut out and. hhuled^ him out of bkd his.home on'North Sixth street and Itrreited him' also. Paulenko states f--'. >tbat the blow he -had received had knocked'him senseless and be; knew nothing. This was the substance of r.- Paultoko's.story all through his evi-:-. dehce;:�nd Dohie corroborated^ him. Obiet Hardy'testified that his wound i was not. severerenougfa to render bln^' - mnconsciouB for any lengthy period. Of Evil Repute. No. ,78. GallLstreet, the house where the murderrtdok'place has an evil re-tipntatlon. Some four years ago-at a v weddipg;a:man named Dordar was bru- * serves her crowns. The result ? ? is all tho more creditable to ? * her owing to difficulties with ? ? -which you have all had to con- * - tend.-W. T. White. .t- � * ? ? > THE ALLIES iW SqH" Asks for Modification of Armistice Terms on Economic Grounds. , London, Nov. 18,-Germany wants thfe terms of the arml.itice modified so that she can maintain economic Intercourse with the territory on tlie left bank of the Rhine as >efore the armistice, Dr, Solf,-the foreign secretary, says' in a wireless dispatch received here. The message addressed to the governments of the United States, G;-eat Britain,-rPraRce and Italy. In view of the chise economic relations Copenihaj|en,*''Nov. 19.-Formal proclamation) of the Hungarian republic w�t .made on Sunday, according to- a Budapest dispatch received . hei'a. Arcliduke Joseph tool*^^^ii^^ CaldwGll , ^ore or less BolshoviBtcondl-' countyi Init6fit43ife�^ with his tious. Which mliiht become dangerous fett^ef conditions; nelghhbrlng states." . %oti of the latei _^-__----_ ,,__________ id'a-tiephew of'the! - - . late Joseph'SiJiith; founder  of the church of Jesus Chrlst'ef'Latter Day ider SaysT'l'urks, ed of The iSalnts. He was left .an orphan at the age of 14 years...At the;age of 15 years he went bd a mlisfodto Sandwich Islands for his .church, and in- later years mad^'thriBB uissionB to Great Britain., Hewssigsarrled In l'859 and in the same year was made a member of the High i!Sfum|d their attijeks against the?;�-A^crU can and British positloi)sV at ~^' gas, on the bv'lna:r| ments-and succeeded >temi in reaching the gOti emplacehiients �f the allied artillery. ^ ' ' SAYS; NO CHANGE Washington, Nov. 19.-;The>e has been no change Inthe Russian and- Siberian situations from -a military standpolfit, ', Sscrataryf Baker said today, and no plans' . have been made either-for'.send-. Ing additional American troops^er for withdrawing.' ,iany. ofv,ithe li A Plentiful supply of anti.infU,enza 1 gT-^^^^^ will be adminlstored to any Who de- ^"^^j^. J^^^.^uied them. ���"^� fhaf! CopenhagehV Nov: 1d,^The first section of the. German cflfeet to be delivered toothsallles^leftKtel on Sunday for the; ^^orthi Sea.: t , Surrerfdbi^'Cei-emehy. ' London, ^Tov.'.lS.-^The program for the'surrender of the German fleet, as the result of co'nferenceB lield between British and.Oerman "tiavaJ authorities, is t^iat the ships, will leave German 'ports ou WedneadajrandVin be taken over by the allies on .Thursday. .King Gbo^KO^^o; the -Prince of Wales will i'eviewf the Oran'd Fleet at Kosyth on 'WediieBday. ^ater; the, fleet will Ball Ir^f the: place assigned for the surrender cer^jEaony. / .The! Submarines member Did Immense Damage to Towns Near Quebec ' City : Ujethbridge'Raised $1,156,500 t ' ^aMl^flgures prepared by the VfjtSry Loan stajT/this, morping show tfiat 249imote psonfo bou'ght>b�nds.'v-' ' ' -V'"'x.:;' %^:|iisrt^^^^^ ca?ne;wlth|rt |93,5O0 of winning ^^Itj^^.taven^h^erown, and ^ifhJiijfUMO of doublJng^'JU quota. J',, V,..'} a: . ,'  . tonight the work of.tha h.adqus5Urt,staff:vyin-.fc* ,��>cjrtrse^ up '.final-returns malledTt�,the' VictoryJLonn-tftWto'rn 'S'l>��3f h'""^-* ,jat, Calgary, closing the m6st-�(pee,aefw|.^;o�m|�lBhr|fj?ra,^ny; Y^ cyducted ln,the.c|ty of i:.thjir^.ac.i:.t;|, Quebec, Que., Nov. 19,,-The tidal wave'whlch swept,up tijfe St. Lawrence river last night did Imhieaso damage^ to Ylllages and towns between Quebec; findl Three Riv^i-?. It was caused by, .the.sheavy storm of Sunday and Mon-i ;(iay:: In Quebec the qellars and even j .the*Jljrst stories of lower toWn homes | .^erft flpoded. Alphg the line of the ,^_.^u^ec Railway, llisht ana power lines .;j'>'':ii wtweeh here and St. Anne de Beaupre * London- Nov 19-^^Tornhto of.ihnv'^'"'^^'^''^^ roadbed were washed -The'pail? >iJl-s cSaS�^^ two dlyf" ^""^^'"^''^ '""^ Xbltah a'iSTo^^ fe�#^8tTa8ea. in the ;jfuig last night two cludlnc Holland in snltn ^^ih^^^U'^'W^^^ ^^""^ '"^ * precarious position. ulation _i. opposparta the ^^^^^^m^, ^^^eSm^n^ f^sK  RBUIHP OF AUST^^^V|.||^^J0^^^^ New Tork, Nov. 19.--Prep-A^Ho^Td^^ t llian population- of Austria '"are-vikc^Wi under way, it was learngd hete,-toaay>i ��� - , .   ~:L:^:::i^:i^:^i'*o> �::;..:r^WIL^i:GRANT ^BOABD^Vvil^-' Ottawa, Nov. 19.-The minlsW Ht labor Uaa notified both parties 'loathe' Winnipeg police, dispute thatVlieJt^, ready ' ' tioni is bpard poMce'n�rAi Is mmmm ^i>�llrlsT Nov. It^Two hundrsdi .'sf'piMons wsrs killed ,,in> an explo-^ :/�m atAhn. aevtliMst of Calp.gns, 0*finai�y,'^a*W�lli�g la.,B report FRENCH TROOPS ENTERED METZ Paris, ; Nov. 19i-French troops under command of Marshal Petaln.. enteied Metz,. the capital of Lorraine, this morning amidst greac -enthusiasm on the part of tne ()opulaiion..accordihg to an offlcHI statement from the war office to-. day;.:  _ �'' ' ' PUBLISH KAISER'^, , ;DECREE,0F ABDICAtlON Paris,, Nov. 19.-In order to end the'dlBcusslon as to whether William -Hohencoilern has^ really abdicated as German emperor, it is understood^^^hi German 'aovern-mer^t'Intends to publish his decree of abdication. This ednslst of an attemptrto Justify the war on the firound,.pfQerrnat7y's Isolation. m BELGIUM TO HAVE C0ALl;i:'ON jUonrfbn,' Npy.' 19.-The Belgian, cablpetwiir resign after King Albert! meets . the parliament this ,.weo|� according to the Daily-Telv i:egrBph.' ;iyi: DelacrSix, a Brussels laWyer, v*IHVrltaln jnd France, show-iW^^SvirfM)^^^^', critical .-fltua-^)||^|;^|s9VnMrnlng food.v; London, Nov. isi?:-HerbertH;^^ _____ ___ olJ^oio;^""r'" ^"^^'Ji^ idellv^ing, of parliament Writhe Steriinrdistrlcfi: an election speeph at. Oaxton^ ftali; of Scottend,.that,-there were rumhrs; .^hl^'.^f'^''; "'I f^'^' ���v,y�'�fcPrGre�fcBriW sending a mUltaS -y, w^n^nf .^liole future Jnternatlonal petition to Kussia, I*rl Bobert,eedL �^ i-f. F^?B Jh^the upder-secretary of state.for forel^^af. % ^Zr^-V\,'T.}'�^' a,.?�""der and a fairs, said today In .the..hou8e-o�*oim- ^ ^f, should b;^ mons that he oould/glve no.laforma. plunged ihto the tumult of a general, tlon without consulting the war-""- He reviewed the grave o^tfenseai Bolshevlkl government, sayl^f: >-�'If they had been cominlttea! ""'^^ election. He said his caSe against holding {an election was greatly strfengtljened by -, ------r-;r the fact that the men mpst-entitled'to | civilised government, ;f,qireat;5Si� express ah opinion on the reoonstitu-iwould.be justified in seeklnB � tlon of arrangements-the soldiers In | by fbrce of arms." ..^ ^ ' ^ the fleld-^would- be unable �tQ::;?pte.,| He declared that the,Bolshevlk^'eov; The house.ofcommois, which will be ernment was "entitled toino'consldei-; brought in^ existence, 'hesaldji will ation whatever frdm the PritlSh gov-; be of such a nature.; ernment." e astO'lacltTthe right _________ ...... authority. y ' ' \ i - Mild Weather at ArchapgiJ.i',^;^,^ �� 'He said that he.w;aBprepar6d.'ito give Archangel, Mouday, Nor;; ll.-r-Eoy  the fullest supportto any, government Qie first time :4n �many years Wt~ which grappled With, trie/problems of mild weather In'theiprovihce M/r^A, reconstruction on progressive Unes, angel,, after, the first pf Noi�Jiber| but,-he added: ' ,  . f - jThe.Dviya jrlver laratijl jJrtualJ(jr,Ucw j Mr. Asciuith contended t^at^t^e oonn.;!-tty was as much agreed, on ppace. aims as it previously - had bepnijiaor cord: on war alms and that', tHe inter: national iounoil ijhariiber would act' with the^lndlBputable-mandate Of a united, people. Moreover, hp sald^ th^re was no vital dlvergeh|Ce about needful transitlonhl measuire^,at.ti9m'e jfeqessltat^ng Immediate eleqtlpnjf; Heferring . part;cularIj:.^.tov tjie re-sti