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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XI. LKTIIUHIDGB, ALRKIVIA, Tl'KSOAY. NOVF'IMKKK HI. MEMBER .'W8 STILL SUSPICIOUS OF GE OVT. PAIS TO BLAME Congratulates Lethbridgeites which Mr. FKiftiiuiiiii f-ni. the minister leltiiiK lilr.i what. I.eth- bud done in Hip Victory Loan: > W. A. Buchanan, M.P., Lc.th- > bridge, Alta. � My hearty cniigrntiilut ions magnificently and well de-serves her crown-. '1'be result her owing ' difficulties with > -which ynu have .-ill hjn] t0 con- ? tend.-W. T. White. FORMAL PROCLAMATION HUNGARIAN REPUBLIC J3SEPH SMITH. Paulenko and Dohie Are Held Responsible for Death of Onofrychuk. "We the undersigned find Hint John Onofrychuk eatne tn Ills death between the bourn of i; p.m. of th"ht' and the remainder of t',.-riiiany. tie.' presel'VHtivil of v.llicii |.; nice suv "to the continued ]ie,'iiied whon I'sulenko and Dohlt> came in. llo ihran i;ot up, and f'putenko wan  ittlnc on his heil when tlio dour of Gnofrychtilc'.i room oppned and Otio-frychuk catue through and hit Paulenko over the head with a nhort Iron bur. Pauhmko and Dohlr then stsrtrd to boat him uj�. They draped him out-fide and kicked him. and ii� cslled to Kulllck for liolp nhoutlnt; "They aro KOins to kill me.' ICuillck went out and serarated th�m and John htat-f*red Into the houie. Thorc thoy sot on blm aealn. llu �aw Paulouko Htrlkc John flvti or �lx time* wlili the saucepan which w�s produced In court, llo was prevented from rendorliiK any !H-Itittnca -bo enld. Police Evidence. Sernt llowker related liow ho bad rocetv�d tin* iiuw.-i from tho ntatlon man and how ho h.td hurried ovnr to nilef lUniy and �ouo out with hltn In tbo police ear. (i�oi�-o Onofrychuk Van wultliiR tu Kuldu them to the house where they found John, and l'aulsnko wax found In another room Tho deceased had buon dead about one and a ball bours. 11a asked Pan lenko If be had been fighting but ho aald no. l^ter he admitted be had "a little,'' Ji� thon arrested Paulenko. Meauwbllo Chief Hardy went to phone tor iuor� men and Ibe Hergoaut found out that Dohle had been there. He wont out and hauled him out of b%d at hU home on North Sixth street and arrested him also. Paulenko btutes that the blow bo -bad received had knocked blm jeUBe'.eas and he know nothing. Thl* wa-i thu substance of Pauleuko'u story all througb his uvi-dence, aud Dohlo corroborated blm. Chief Hardy testilled that bis wound waa not severe enough to ronder blm rlagen, which It wan rumored ha 1 been performed during thu hint few years. Tho la,to Joseph Smith, who bus been bead of lilt) Mormon' church j Hlnce laati^ tt'usj born In c.ildw. II j county. MlHBOurl, In 18118, and with hl� j pnriitita enmo amid pioneer condltiDu-i t I lo t-talv. Hts \>-iitt a Ron of the latej jllyrum Snilth. nnd n taiphew i.i the' , bite Joseph Hmlth. founder of the (church of Je�u� Christ of Latter Day j Saints, llo wa* left an orphan at the Bfe of 14 yoarn. At tbi> age of K> yearn . 1 ho went on a inltslou to Sandwich lsi I Idnd; Tor hln church, and in later | years mado threo uiIkxIoiifi lo (ip-at! nrltiiln. Ho wsh married in is.'.y and ; in tlm name year was madii a member i ,ot tho High Council of Salt Lake Stato. In ISStl when the. presidency of tho church waa orcauizud under Prei>l�lenl John Taylor, President [ Smith was cho^eu to be bin nccond ' i'ouiinellor. Ho contluiied iu thai pool I tinu until ltucrocillng to the preildnicj the empire, in- 1 >r. Solf .�tlgp.est.t, the i u it�m� h .un-dni'.c. aro to he 1-i IO he re,;.|l il ilary and eiiary inoculations. I Only three new rasen were piact-d ' In qunrantlm; today in the city, and there will be at least t.velvo to KU out of quarantine. Thin Is a HUro I>i-dicatlon .that the epidemic is almost htatnped out ia the city and a""feeling of Rieat relief Is preva'ent today. It i is almost certain that the ban on pub- i lie gathering!* of all kinds, an well J DARDANELLE FORTS Turk Commander Says Turks Were Tired of The War I 8ft! vki. Nov. lii.- Over the shell-pitted ground or (lUUipoll Point, the j llritish lauded peacefully at dusk to-i nlKht, Lintni: :::i stepplnr tones th" hub -let-riddled ground. Thoutnnds weal  toward the Tiirl;i�h batierle, and death ilurltiK the lll-fivled cimipaign three yoara ago. Tho llrltUb are occupying the for:.'- along the lower Par-ilatielle.i, which the Turks are turning over. In the material which ban been turned over are l'i> big reserve* of munitions and g.taol|n of Uerman orl-Kin. They have aliindy placed "00 cannon iu the hands of ihu UrLNh. The Turkish commander at Port Cbanak on the DardHuelbM s".a^ formerly an adjutant under 'he (lerinun communder of the forces defendine the Mralli. lie said lo the correspondent: "From the moment tU-i Bubmnrme barricade of the Atlantic wan declared prnvokiui; America to enter the war. (]ermai.f> knew t:i�lr cuiise was lost Herman conimandura in Turkey opposed the mihmarlno ciimitalgn almost to u utiiti, but a powerful minority nt llorlin over-ruled thout. Slace that time Turkish ur.wllllngiit'ns to continue tho war lias grown hteadily." Discussing I'rohlenis of Provinces and of (oniinp; I)e-mobilization Ottawa. Nov. --I-'roin lie' standpoint of at'elahlllf e of the conference between iii'-tubers of the Dominion g(iveiii!'.i"iii and provincial premiers and liiin'.'ers which opened here thi" inorniur. it is the larire-t. ott record. All the piovilicial iiretiiier.: are in attendance and in addition each province is repre er.'ed hy from one to three additional ministers. Tlie subject:' to be i|i�rti?r.eil hy fan cnnffM'"."n e will .j, ratimi far exceeding In Istrciicili and re-otlf-e.- the former "111-I |tire. In it long alta'le, this newspap-' er cotiteiuls that the lotnier emperor] |i. hat k of Chancellor Isb.-.'t, former, haiuellor M.i\iiuill,tii ol liadcn and 'ii'hl Mar-hal .'ott liiitdelitiiit'g, a lid it ' iiifhai.ls upon th" i.icl thu!, ihc 11 l.t\S ATTACKING ALLIES; '.RE REPULSED Areh.iniiel. Wednesday, Nov. 13. -Bolshcviki forces have resumed theV attacks against the Ameri� can and Drltish positions at Tul-0.13, on the Dvlna river. They have been repulsed with severe losses. On the morning of Nov. 11, after a heavy buiou*)d.T.cnt from their gunboats and barges In the river tne Bolshcviki Infantry stormed the allied barbed wire entanglements and succeeded temporarily In reaching the gun emplacements of the allied artillery. SAYS NO CHANGE Washington, Nov. 19.-There has been no change in the Russian and Siberian situations from a military standpoint, Secretary Oaker said today, and no plana hive been made either for sending additional American troops or tor withdrawing any of the forces now operating in Siberia and European Russia. oil the we els. .schools will ho lifted by next ST. LAWRENCE \Yanhingt(>n, Nov. IS-The dlrivt cost of tho war for all belligerent nations to last May I. wins reported at about $l7.*i,(Hlil,nou,Uiiil by the federal hoard bulletin l-mied today and it i-, estimated tint ihe cost will amount to nearly $JuO,UIHi,(M)ii,uiui before the end of ihe war. For purely military and naval purposes It Is estimated that, all belligerents spent about $lo'J,nuu,-(Idii.dOO to M.'iy 1, or about three-fourths of the total war cost. The balance fcpre-'iitod Interest on debt and other indirect war expoHsea, IT Says Soldier* Will Have Opportunity of CustiitK a Vote No Bolshcviki Deserve No Consideration From British Government Of Evil Repute, No. 7$ Galli mreei, tho house where tbo murder took place has an evil reputation. *>m� four yearn uko at u weddlm a man named Dordar was brutally murdered and the perpetrator never found. About a year ago a child died through wanton neglect and now COUieti the third tp#tjedy. fleet will salt for the place as.^l6i!iid for the surrender ceremony. . The Submarines London, Nov. 19.-Concerning the surrender of German ships to the. allies, a German wireless message received here says that at ft meeting of C-boat crews at WilhcltUHliuvuu on Nov. 15, It waa resolved to take the submarines out whenever the nece.s-i sary orders werw received. DUTCH REPUBLIf BULLETINS LEFT IN VEHOUN. With the American Army in tVauce, | Nov. 19. - American Ambassador j CELEBRATE REVOLUTION Sharp, Can. Bliss mid Admiral Hen-1 Paris, Nov. 19.-A great festival was sou slept in the foriresH of Verdun | held Monday night in Munich to eole-Sunday night as guests ot tlio French I brate the success of the revolution in oommoudant. Bavaria. Include it in German Republic -Speculate on Kaiser's Position Lethbridge Raised $1,156,500 fvinai figures prepared by the Victory Loan staff this morulng show that Lethbridge raised �1,166,600 during the campaign. This Is an increase of 91M,$00 over the amount raised by Lethbridge for the 1917 loan, an Increase of practically 20 per cent. Tha number of subscribers waa 323t> ae againtt 2919 last year, to that 249 mere people bought bonds. ' Ltthtaridie cam* within |9�,so0 of winning lit Mventh crown, and Within $43,600 of doubling it* quota. �y tonight tha work of th* headquarters ataff will aa all cleared up anal tha final return* mailed to th* Victory Lean uthern Alberta head-guartar* at Calgary, closing th* most auccssaful campaign for any purgoaa avar conducted in th* city of Lethbridge. London, Nov, If. -(Toronto C.lobe) -The Dally .Mail's convspfimlent at The lliiKue, Kays tint there is evidence that a (irrintiti plot ia afoot to establish a Eieat Our man republic In-eludluy, Uit'.laiul. in spite of the fact that 70 par cent, of the Dutch population ia opposed to the schemo. RELIEF OF AU8TRIA. � New York, Nov. 111.-Preparations to Fhip at an early dale approximately "50,0110 toti.i of food.-itulf3 from the Culted States for tha relief of the civ-Ulan population of Austria aro now under way, it was learned hero today. Did Immense Damage to Towns Near Quebec ! City I Quebec, Que.. Nov. !:�,--The iidal wave which swept up ipe St. Lawrence river hist night did innnoiiHo damage to villages and towns between Quebec i and Three Uivera, It \v�j caused by | the heavy sioiiii of Sunday and Monday. In tjuehee the cellars and oven the-stories of lower town homes I were flooded. Along the lino of the t Quebec Hallway, light and power lilies 'between here uiui St, Anno do lleuupre atreti lies of tho roadbed were washed out cud traffic will bo suspended for at leu d two days. j | Ch.iieht in tho terni'ie windstorm I that raged in tho Kuig last niubt two' vessels, were in a precarious position.. , An 'unknown acliooner was swept ashore, ut Kox River and Is u total j Wreck, her crew swimming ashore, while the steam bargo J. A. Trem-b!ay lunt niRht wan semliug out flash ijigimls which read. "Help, uoed immediate assistance." Two men were blown off u trostle into a river on the Quebec and St. Jphu railway, but were able to ewira ashore. I London, Nov. 19.-Ileplylns to an illusion of Arthur 1'onnonhy. member of parliament for the Sterling dlsirtic of Scotland, that there were rumor* of Oreat Britain sendlne u military ex-pedition to Jiussia, Lord Robert Cecil, under-heeretary of state for foreign af- WILL, GRANT BOARD. Ottawa, Nov. 19.-TUu minister ot labor ban notified both parties tn the Winnipeg police di&puto that he is ready to ostablialv u board of concilia-lion lis soon as a requett for tjUch a � board is received from thu Winnipeg Ipolico comuiiMltuiara. 11 HUNDRED KILLED Pari*, Nav. 1�.-Tw* hundred parson* war* hilled in an aapls* Ian at Ann, aauthaaat �f Calagna, aannany, a*�*rdlng t� a r�p*rt gacalvasl hares FRENCH TROOPS ENTERED METZ Paris, Nov. 19.-French troops under command of Marshal Petain. enteied Matr, tha capital of Lorraine, this morning amidst gran; enthusiasm on the part of ti.u population, according to an offlclil statement from the war office today. PUBLISH KAISER'S OECREE OF ABDICATION Paris, Nov. 19.- In order to end tiis discussion as to whsther William Hohemollern has really abdicated s.s German emperor, it is understood the German government Intends to publish his decree of abdication. This consist of an attempt to justify the war on the Ground of Germany's isolation. BELGIUM TO HAVE COALITION London, Nov. 19.-The Belgian cabinet will resign after King Albert meets the parliament this week, according tothe Dally Telegraph. M. Delacroix, a Brussels lawyer, will be asked to form a coalition government, the message to th* Dally Telegraph adds. AUSTRIA WORRIES ABOUT FOOD Vienna, Nov. 19.-M. Zlrbik, th* minister of public works, has ask. ad tha Austrian foreign minister to address a telegram t� the government* of th* United State*, Qr**t Britain and France, showing ths *atr�m*ly critical situation In Austria concerning food. London, Nov. 19. -Herbert II. A*-Mtlitli. former premier, iu delivering ;i:i elettion speech at ration Hall. Wotminster, last night, �a!d tuat win n ih� whole future international dcv'opnient of ihe world wsifc iu the nuclide it w;is both a blunder ami a lairs, said today in the house of com� calamity that the country should be moils that he eotild give no luforma. pluti'^eii ihio tlie tumult of a general tlon without consulting the war office, elecion. ( He reviewed tho grave offenses of tbo He said his cute against holding an' Boishevlkl government, sayiug: election was greatly .strengthened by' "If they bad been committed by auy ihe tad that the men most entitled to ' civilized government, Great Britain expi.^s au opinion on iiie recu