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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume III. Lethbridge, Alberta. Thursday, July- Number EXCITEMENT OVER THE BILL Second Reading of the Declaration Oath Bill Passed London, July second.read- ing of the bill altering the King's as- cension oath was anticipated with live- ly interest. Agitation in Scotland and ofiher parts of the country toy non- conformists, demands that no refer- ence to the Church of England, which has been always established, should appear in the declaration., Premier Asquitih in moving the sec- ond reading declared this no party movement and their only objection was to relieve tfhe sovereign, of the obligation of making a public declara- tion which, would give legitimate cause of offence to millions of loyal- ists in. all parts of his dominions. Such a proposal, is hound to give rise: to a .misunderstanding, tout .the .premier drew a. distinction -between the .hos- tility which is caused a 'belief that the present declaration could not .be modified-is any way .without impair- ing the safety of Protestants and the criticism put .forward by those -who was while condemning the present form were not satisfied with the. pro- posed form. These Vere for the most part uninformed as to the law on the subject, as the declaration is not the only safeguard of Protestants, which are amply secured by the ex- press tenns of the Bill of Rights, than .which .what more specific safe- guard of the Protestant succession could ithere