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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, EDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1914 NUMBER 211 KABlS TROOPS CLASH TO THE Mil TO SOLDeOYS 'WHAT THE WORLD SINGS BEFORE GOING INTO BATLLE BRITAIN j GERMANY efatslmo Germans are Sending Out Feelers; Desultory Fight j Has Already Occured "Says, War Bureau Ootf our Klag, o" g God las, a .6cr over all I Over aU'in tfie uorldtj BELGIUM _ 'Tempo di tnarcia M i meeting. Every patriotic air" .on long list was played over and over aiul both, 'ban'ils accompanied last night, the crowd to the. train. (Continued on; 4) Reply to Speech from Throne Will be Brief and Will Avoid Anything Savoring of Politics ;A (icrcc hatlle is in progreos'be- tween the Belgians and Gernuhs an iront Large niun- oi refugees are arriMng from TITT'TO Tirclcmrnl I JT 1 U ALLIES WORK A despatch to the Renter Telegraph Co. from Brussels, says the German advance posts cohering the region between Gemblouf and being gradually passed back before London, Aus. report was re- j adi auce of Belgian and French ceived here this afternoon that Pope [Orccs. j_ P Belgians and FrfiiLh arc now DEAD? Pius X. is dead. Has Had Relapse Home, Aug. via --1.10 The I'ope has had a sudden relapse; A bulletin issued by Dr. Marchlafara leaves no doubt that the patient's life is in clanger. Friends Protest That Weirmeir is Peaceful Canadian Citizen There arc no new clovclopinents since t rdj> in cointction with ihc supposed attempt on the high bridge whicli nipped in the bud on luesd-u lleimin Weirmpir Ihc suspect arrested bj the mounted police still remains in meantime an in- yeitifeation is in progress v friend oi the suspect s silted this 'morning tint Wcumcit hail abso lutelv no iiucntions with to .the bridge, hut that he .-.cross- ed 'the rnei to get tone noauls from .Ihc empty shack in which Ihc powder was found, taKmg ,i short cut. across the river instead oi going around by the htidgi Weirmeir is saiil to be a Cana- dian citizen, and thcrn'ore cannot 1 e made a prisoner of w'ai 1 hos- who. know him also say that is a quiet and peaceful Meanwhile n heavy guard is be- ing maintained, ill tho trcsllc hj the Mounted Police, and the C U. is sending extra men to look after its safely. DISCUSS SPAIN'S ATTITUDE Madrid Aug fonso accompanied In Premiei Daio has returned from San Sebastian and Imnoitant oolifercni-Cu with the French CngllBh ambassadors In regard .to Spain's attltudo toward the 'European, conflict, It IB stated Ottawa Ont Aug reply to speech'fiom the Throne this af- ternuuu may possibly be concluded hy si o clock and f not by that time, be- fore the House rises in the evening. theie ib ilmys the possibility that'some private members will enter ocinil tue party 'ivhips this morning are all under the. impression that'the speaking will be confined to the-mover and seconder and the two pa tj leiden Ijcmald Sutherland, member for South Oxford, who will move the ad- in reply, and D. O. Lesperate, who wlll'second it in French, -are not expected to occupy the attention of tho House for an hour between them and thei may both be through imforty minutes. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, who follows, expects to conclude his remarks mfhln an hour. If this time ichedule is adhered to, Premier Bor- deli will iiaye over an.hour before six o'clock, and may possibly'conclude in that-time, hut the probabilities are (hat his closing remarks will be made at the evening sitting. It Is understood, that It Is the inten- tion of both the mover and the sec- onder, of the address to refrain abso- lutely f i om'saving anything of a par- tisan -nature, and it Is certain that Pre- mier Dorden and Sir Wilfrid will do the same 1 he 1 ist British mall to arrive at Wo capliil hrohtht -verbatim reports of the speeches delivered.in the Imperial strate its capacity, and will be ready to strike the same lofty and patriotic the present time should demon- The sisters of the Pope are convinc- eil that a momentous crisis hns arriv.- was touched Parliament. In the great the Upper House, the address will be moved by Senator Smith and seconded by Sen- ator Bolduc, and there "will -be speech- es by Hon. Mr. Lougheed and Hon. Mr. Bpstock. the government ami Op- position leaders, respectively. Then, too, care will be taken to stir up no party strife, In order that the enemies of the Empire may know that there is no division of opinion in the greatest of Britain's Overseas' Do- The idea that the.House will con- clude its business this week and ad- journ seems .to lmve.be.cn abandoned. It Is believed' that the session-will run into next week, but that prorogation will take place ho later than a week from Friday. Just what'will bo done in regard to the sessional indemnity has not been the full indemnity of 500 is not likely to he paid. It is not unlikely, that'each of the members will receive either ?5UO or ?iuoi) by way of indemnity. ed and they are deeply, apprehensive. They have lighted candles before the Miraculous Image of St. Joseph and remain prostrate -in .prayei The of a serious setback In the condition of the Pontiff after the announcement .of this morning tliat is Holiness was better caused great excitement. Many people rushed to St.'Peter s for news, hoping Miat the grav- ity of the report was exaggerated. Oh reading statements signed by Drs. Am- ici and Marchlnfava, however, the dangerous condition of his health was realized. Drs. AmicI and Mnrchlafava remain at the Vatican jvatching their patient constantiy Last Communion. Homo, Au0 1 a 10 Ml p m i It aris Aug. is reported that, .he Pops has reccncd his list com minion. GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Glasgow, Aug. House of Commons by Premier As- i i a T son Butchelor, cattie nort heavier Irish offerings are easier all round, as follows Scotch steers, 15 to 16 cents; Irish and Andrew Sonar Law, the jeadp- They have been close- ly followed bv the Headers of both sides .and many of the members of the Scotch Steers, la to ID come; iribu MUCH w. sleers, 13 to and bulls, li'i W> I and the members are genernr.y 1 cents per pound. Urccd that tho Canadian Parliamen "HURRAH FOR Shouted Italians and German Soldiers Kill .Seven ana. Wound Sixteen London, Aug. dispatch from norne to live'Star says refugees from Magdeburg; Germany, report that German soldiers fired Oli three thous- and the barracks theie killing and wounding six- teen because some ot them shouted IJ NOMINATIONS Washington, U.C., Aug. President siyied to lav 111" following nominations wltorres Genci Tames C. McRejnolds to be a mombpi_of the United States Sup ome Cm n ui Watt Gre orv of Texas to b" Utor ney-Genenl of the United Fredericl C Howe ot New Yorl to he immigration Commissioner; r.ort of New Tori. n close conjunction and in contact with the advance lines ot the Ger- man army GERMANS REPULSED A claih Mail despatch Irom werp s-us V encounter took place todij at llerHthals, 21 miles east of Antwerp, 'the Germans being repulsed '1 here w ere no Belgian casualties Uhlans who appeared at Turnhoiit, -ili miles northeast of Ant- werp, were repulsed by the ciyic guards. Several prisoners were taken, including tn officer. The Queen and the children arrived in Antwerp last night Ihev were received, with great enthusiasm when they appeared in the streets t ill) Huniirejs of families are walking to Antwerp' from llo'll, Bourg, 'Leo- pold and olhcr villages as iar a-> miles east o! Antwerp. The members of the diplomatic corps in Brussels arrived herc-tcduy Jim VD'iANCE A despatch to the Exchange Tele- graph Co., from Brussels, dated Tuesday, says (Contmueit on Page POLES IN FRANCE WANT TO FIGHT Paris, Aug.! official state- ment' issued by the W or Offce feys that manv fngjsod in the mines are voluntee inq to lerve in tie i MAY CALL OFF, BIG METHODIST CONFERENCE, Toronto, Out., Aug. Strong representations are he- ing made by influential Meth-. odists to have Rev. Dr. More, secretary announce that the time is Inouportune foi holding the General Confoience, which has been called for Ottawa next month Prominent mem hers of the Conference press the that it would be imp'ossfb'e to the work of tho Conference undivided at- tentlon at present J -I ;