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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SK1TEMBKH 23. 1010 THE M-rninnmciE PACK NINE Assured That Germany eBB. mode public today frooi-.lbe archival, of Ihd former. "Aus'ro-HpnsaTlaft' SOT-. cniipe'nl minutes of.-I be- oiectlag. oL. tuo 'pilTy. council, jtfi'July 7> IflU; at whlslT It was vjWiially decided-lo be- gin on Serbia, -According to. this publlcnLlori, .ihe-mJtilstry o[ "AnstrJa- fcespecially Count Leopold llWfhlold, was polelyiresponsible" TOr Ibe oulbreeli-of liosllHlics.' r- Ths nilijutfs; shoivr the raecUng-'tp have Count von'Ucrcti- ioldi 'lor an immedlftlo Teso.rt agaSn'gl lhal luly an4 be foeen consuflcl Ijerc'rohand.' 'f. Opposed Count Stephen'Tisza, tbcti Hungar- ian, premier, opposed; war. demanding that Action bo UkenifiMt end then I hat nn iflhnialUiti.ot QIL ac- ceptable.nature bii schi.. Only.InV loth failed -would ho have resorted o >r Count' YOB "Berclitold thereupon" ltd-- Gai-many Ready -''NoV la" the vigbt aomeDt because Is ready to Stuergkbi er, ajEo'Iavored war. and'FJelU ifar- slial Von Krobalin, former minister of war, .said ho EO "success rein 'diplomatic slops, which meant :cs9 alono Is ol Count Stuerfikh said: _ Alter ,beatlnjj Serbia 'wo_will lake wT'crovn away from the KaraEeorgco- riefi dynasty and gjre It .to prince, Austria retaining sover- eignty over .llic counlry. Count Tisza again warned against. llie dangor.of a-general-European-war .of filers werb con- whereupon yon "The opportunity Is so favorable Uiati la .necessary." "War Forced Finally, a .resblullon was adopted 'such far-reaching demands be inaUc P.I.Sorhta ihaj. ful flfl tlh em and tbus a. way'would lie p'pon lo: resort .to arms. Count Tieza Jw fqrc.JL-WDs "Ivf lo resign _lf." it" Iriti- onposiflon' to' my'Views.'' "On rfnother1 was" at which rngbiircAllon'.ot'-- army--was 3ls ciissedJ, g'rie chief bE hyj.tire.Var would appear -'agilofiL Serbia only but at possfb, ppnld Feared and-l0 kitp-Human1 iri fear made are not disclosed In tbe publica lion. J The minulca say _the council tncn dfscussod (he probability of a genera European war and wlial course thi Austrian government would take" Thl .any decision whicli Tas reported rclallro Lo it were also omllled. At. meetias Bprch- saliEracLlbn "that tbose divergencies. ,'ol viewa aniohg Ihe co'unclLIors ;whlch have frus- trated a 'war 'arc d is appearing." The document, concludes Trith a ,copy .ol a note trom llie. lute Emperor Francis Joseph, stailrip Uial luT'had taken no- llt'e tit the, contents of tbe minutes bis own People's Forum CALGARY GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION'S DEFENSE Calearr, Sept. 13, Editor Herald. Sir: In n recent artlclu apjieArine n the HeraJrl there Is r.iiher strong oj the. Calgary Hoads auq ii Is Elaled thai Cal- :ary has endeavorod to "put somc- ever on lA-inhrMfifc" iu cOancc; ,lon with UiQ iriHrking ol ilio trail Park lo to Lu thai thn route was marked .hough rather Li-thtiridgc. As' "waa responsible for such marking, any that Is due comes on nay should- ers directly and I am QiiJio lake the'responsibility for ttie The jroaO was marked through Card stun acil Mac-lend Tor two very roasGiis: It Is, In Ihe MTEL ilace, Uie shortest route by miles and is, stcondlr. at prcse-it tno test If Mr. Ktuc-ry of Ihc U. S. Auloraobllo IJluc who Is given tlio creillt lor eiillslnramg.LcLri- e on Ihts has travelU-J routes, he Is nut lr.ithf.ul If he states tnpt tbe IJCSL route between Cal- gary aud Glacier is-via state that" the. Calory CJoa-l Roads nssoclatlDn dclllicraicly select- ed a poor route in order lo -leave bbrldyc waysliJc, is .T very for V'Hir Journal Lo maTiu. The subject ot soul roads Is OTIC or great Importance to all parts oT this provlnco and we cannot sici'JtTO results williout harmony and cdoiicr tlie cit'cs, Hud 1 can- not believe that your representation ot l.ho situation does justice lo Lctb- -Your article does not call attention lhal Jhcre.are hvo routes -thc-direci- route- I lire ugh and the, "Vcllo.u- Cardston'lo hclhbridgc. 'It would ap- pqar" 16 be1 ybuf-conlehtion that Lrcok auJ ,oul i Spnkaiio. Tbis and ijracllcalilc. ho hearty ol with Calgary, wliMi I bive tvtr :idencu we will and Strong, Re- Comforting and and thieves break in. Don't risk the or .invite the second, by keeping money in the house. V Put it in The Merchants Bank, "where" it will be safe from always and .earn interest at highest current rates. te ACRCHANTS Hti4 Office: Montreal OF LCTHBRIDGE 18S4. tt. J.'DINJJINC, 1.3.1 TRAVELLERS' 1 CHEQUES Convenience, security and economy are alexurtd by the use of Travellers' Cheques iisuediby this Bank. -Tney.enable the bear- identify himself and are readily converted into the current'coin ot 'any foreign counlry. :THE (CANADIAN BANK ;OF COMMERCE I.KTHBRIDGK BRANCH WARIffik BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH R. T. BP.YMfiER, J. H. S. GORDON, J. V. STEEL, K'liffSfJl'J 10 I very leiiible j rrqulro ton- froju your citi- It ia .very ('uuojruifl'iy and speaks well fur liuilliD? c[ good roa'li' Alberla thai tLe Southern wJ Jlojds, lakea such an active Ituren In r-ducaiing Ihe public lo ri.-Lus in the jfouth. ahvays be .very happy lo co-ppsrate with them .In cvi-ry.wfty, us e-.irj.-iucd by Thy fac1. wo. lire contj iliijilug to Iho fuiid to 'rt'lui'j'jri-p Uie ranchers who exiiriidltures "iu co'n- W between Curdstun an'4 Park. trust lb-it you give llils reply spaco in .your, columns. DAVIDSON, president. Calgary "floods HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY i'a Lye has long been regarded aa a hold necessity because of the fact that it is useful irt so many ways, and so satisfactory in every respect that no woman feels that she can keep house without it Makes the finest kind of SOAP for washing and cleansing. One can of Gillett's Lye will make ten pounds of good soap in twenty minutes. Many of its uses are shown in booklet under the label. "GILLETT'S LYE EATS DIRT" in. TURK ATROCITIES I; Sept. reach- Ins Greet ofticlal_ quarter 6 slate llial Turkish Irregulara aro comniltlltij ciioy against Ibe at interior points, At Koum it Is al- leged-the Turks cut oil the a Greek priest and two-citizens. At Asumall a Greek and his wire ivoro iLlled. and at Loupadi twn Greek-i-aml a young ircunau wtrc Sept. Sir, fiobprl Dorden; tpilay; made the rol lowing ap- reference lo. llic lato Hon. Frank' Co chrane. dictl this morn- I'-ilon.- Frank- .Cochrane's death ia deeply sincerely all Jiis find by "no one more iliah-by myself. He becaluo one ol my pollqupuos -ivlicri Llie fiovprnrnnut waa to r'liyjd Qc toper, ,1011, .and I was injpreswd; from rirsl hy his con- spicipiis "abllUjv bU ELronK character, his great. capacity for administration vrQiild- Jiare no richljo show this Air- arid especially" earnest and un- -public 'duty. ID Uie Inlur colonial cct VllO Calgary motorists desire to' visit the I'ark" "must spend perhaps an pitra -and unnrcs- sary liaKMay in order to go brldgc. and lhat If .they cared to" gn not" to be 'jierniiltcd the assistAace br a "ra'aVkfid 1 have hcGii over every one ol the trails under discussion Ihls summer find any members of llic Alberta Auto League, who made llie trip from C'aT- sary'to Lellibridge are aware of-the tact, that, as roads arc at present, il ould take two "or perhaps ireo hours longer to go from Calgary o LcthbrldEC tban to go from Calgary Motorists can leave litre alldr unchcon and arrive in Miiclcod, over splendid trail every mile o[ the way, u time for dinner. Fortunately, ow- ig; to 'JIacleod hclrig" comparatively ilai'lWay, lie had 'arV eve singly to the public" inTefciGj In minor con'sidenulons.-.- During-fhe 'past' two pr-lhree he eventually' succumbe'il prevented him from taking so active a part In tbe affairs of the country as his colleagues would hare wished. Nevertheless, even uuder tbe of IH-heaUh, he tobk a keen Interbt; In Uie work of administration aha" when his health permitted he was constant in his at- tention to his duties. His death is a not only to his family and to! number of. personal Irleuils, hut to Ills country as a whole. He leaves behind him an hono'rab'c and distinguished lite in It is probable lhat the Dominion Viscount Urges Plan for Jicller Relations Helwecn Capital and Labor ulct, the QQDCHS, which Is an excel- ent hotel, seems alwas's able lo give I xtensivc accommodation which Is dlf- to obtain in Lctl.bridgc, owing o Ihe crowded condition ol the hotels ring tbc summer .season. It is only a hours run from laclcod to' Cards (oil.1 also over a'very 004 trail and il tourists' rtcMre -to each the continue there, Brrivingyeasily Glaclcrsyliotci' tot ilio" letbbfldge' Would ,Cal- ary in the morning. "Thd Janie' Js (h'c on 'ihe'relufn caii'teatc' Many Glriciers Her luncheon hrirt easily reach Cal- ;ary in time for. luncheon the next lay and Banff the same evening which ould not-be done via LslhbrJdge.; if one Is in a'hfirrjV-lt 5 not a'difficult dayVrun, from; the i6tel' at1 Many Glaciers to Calgary; The (lIsliiTtcc-13 2VS miles, aild personally.'made' the.trip br'm the Park -to 'Calgary; in- 9 hoilrs dual running- allowing nollicr forthe JOnr'ney rig'the Tarfc at S a. nl-1 One cAn.-vcry comfortably reach Calgary by 7 p. in: ml this hllow.i an-Jiour tor luncheon. V'or ihotbrists who have the time, ir.d wish to devote nn extra halt day 0" the: trip, It would he a pleasant ourney viii Ldthhridge. II would he quite to expect askatchewan inolorisU, with Iho brow's NesL Pflss as their objective-, ,o ,come via Calgary when the route via Lethbrldgo Is Iho dl.rccl one, o expect molorisl.s who arc ansiona lo make' in as little time as to go Trom Glacitr Park via (o Calgary and Danf Visitors lo Iho south country ell you that :the cards vlilcli the Rood Hoads -associallon up and lo refer, in addition to the direct route which Is natiirnll} [calnred, give direction route via and the sign .which ;ia3 been painted on Iho side of the post'oHIco-at Hahb, in addition to Iho DJue Iloule, gives wjual display lo the route via I.cthbrldgc. more eipectci tlinn thia 13 illlllcult for rac to understand. It may he ol Interest lo your molor isla tp know that the Calgary Gooi Iloads assoclp.tion raised ovtjr J2.000 for (he repair (if the (rail between Ihc Albcrtn boundary and Iho Glacier I'ark Highway system, which lliu are now expending. They also hay been ncllvo nnil expendert consider nblc In IrAvelliug expenses In order to induce Iho Montana Stale Highway commission lo establish the, road between Shelby- Jnnr.llon am Couils aa one of the -slalo blfil for which federal nid will be sou U'llh HID complcllon ot Ihls highway we shoulrl be Ablo lo a large nmounl of Montana and caslcrn stole travel up through Grcrfl Falls, Coull to Ilnnf.f. tt la prob Hiat Ihla rond worK TV 111 be com plclcd next year. An effort, by. personal also made thrcug' the Spokane association for on.. In proved which has-led. I a'decision thnl some will b expended during the .next period on rebuilding the road h Donners Kerry nnrt KtngsKate, Onr.objecl In coniicctlon'wlth Ihe's two ,roaila .was lo ennhlc .mptorlsja nftpp th0 WlnfatinGrc ;Hond ploicil, to come.up t'rbnli' .VionlaTia an Ihc caal Ihrough lo gary and thcnco down th Wtndermcrc Vflllci', through (jran govcrhnitiit' TiyilU-Jjii. represenled hy Dr. Reid, minister 'of raihvays, at Uie incral. Slocks.. in. store: V-'hcnt O'nts.'-'. Barley" leccipts: NTEW YORK. SepL should give (heir workers a paici up Interest in the business -MJii a share in the profits Tvithout them lo sliaro in factory losses, is Hie oniu- ol Viscount FInlay, formerly lord high chancellor of England. He ex- pressed Iris.ideas in an address at a luncheon given .in his honor here yesterday. Viscouut Finlay, without in any fray referring lo the subject of social un rest, or the strike of Ihe steel workers, said lhal peace between capital and labor-was" as essential important AS tho F c Ml e merit of disputes and conf raid; it his