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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta i i i LETIIBrUtHiE. AljCriKIA, jimi -ay, uii______________ INVESTED BY AppSUpVIANS 1VACDATE GERMANY MAY DECIDE T8 FIGHT WITHIN 24 HOURS OFF ME Second Reading Amend- ing Bill Postponed for the Time Being London Julj 30 agreemen has. been .reached on the Home Rule am ndmg bill thus averting danger oi ci vilf icon tribute to what lies in G r if not to to at Isasl- circumscribe the calamity which the "whole, world. Mr. reference to all par- ties, rallying-'to- the support of ihe' werf cnccrcri all the mcinbeta i All HOPE OF MEDIATION PRACTICALLY GIVEN UP England, France, Germany and Russia All Actively Engaged in Preparing for World War Now Al- most Grows Graver Winnipeg, July Grain Exchange cable from Liverpool received this morning, slates that the British reserves have been ordered to mobilize, and that the Aqnitama, the biggest British liner, has been ordered to Psrtsmnuth. NEXT 24 HOURS WILL DEClDfc Berlin, Juh othceis in close touch with the wai situation expressed the opinion toclaj that the 24 horns would see a decision ot the question ot peace 01 Despatches from the provinces show that the greatest agita- tion exists in many places The residents of the fortified tow n of Strassburg on the French frontier have started laying in pro- visions in case of a siege, -while the common council of the town has taken similar measures RUSSIA MOBILIZES SOLDIERS St Petersbiirg, July Russian government offlcialh notifaed Austna and German} today that she had ordered paitial mobilization of fourteen army corps. These corps number men With the foiccs on a wai footing Russia has more ,tiian i.- men in the field Officers necessary for reserves lunc been notified to icpoit to immediately. London, Jul> 30 for a possible general Euro pean war went on Meadily today in every country likely to be mtohed, and the. complications of the situation were augmented by a lumoi that Tapan also might join in the conflict. Following the pailial mobilization of the Russian a step winch lliat couiitn officially and oidei issued by Germany todaj to all the officers and men on her hold tliemsehes in leadmess loi a call to arms, and a report reaching''here bv the wnj ol Paris sajs that the Bulin war office already partial mobilisation in the eastern ;ix, Cngland also lias started taking precautions to prevent being smpiised Hei Heel has been ordered on a war footing and the scattered vessels ol the are being brought back to then bases flu Mrditenanean fleet "which reached 'Malta toda) found hghteis waiting witli coal whicli was at once taken on board the MHI ships so lh.il they could be moved to any quartei without delay MEDIATION NOW A' Czar Called a Million to the Colors Today London. Tamworth Case Likely to Out- crippen Crippen TASK July While Austrian invaders and Servian troops were fighting the opening stages of tkeir war oii Servian territory today, Eu- ropean statesmen and rulers were en- gaged in 'what they regard as the al- most hopeless tuk'of trying to avert a jensral clash of the millions com- the armies of tlie great Euro- pean powers. Sir Edward Grey, a central figure In the controversy; -owing to his strong efforts to keep the Powers of the Tri- ple Alliance and the Triple Entente Trom each others' throat; was notable to give any clieering news when lie NO LAND IIILES Need Not Pressing and Monej is Needed for Other Improvements LIKELY NEXT SPRING Tamwortli, .July the coron- er's inquest into of Blanche YorlPthe fact. nivealed that slie had given premature uirth to a child, 1 XJ; perfectly formed; Her body and that CON! INI oC tho infant, along with the obstetri- the Mouse of Commons. Foreign Secretary said: cal were found in the celJar'-'of Dr. Robinson's house. The Kill's death.was'thiei to a hemorrhage, Jolltflvine an operation. A .warrant for the arrest of Dr. Rob- inBori- on a' murder charge lias been, issued. is less grave than it was yesterday. The outstanding facts are much the same. Austria-Hungary lias begun her war against; Servla and lias order- ed part mobilization of her troops. This has not hitherto Jed to corres- ponding steps being takeu by other Was Victim of St. Marys River a Local Man One year ago, W H Johnston, real estate agent, disappear- ed from LetbAridge, and has not been licard of since. reading rte're- poll in last Herald of the drowning of a man named W. John- iu St. Mary's River, neur Cardston. Mrs. Johnston rang up the and expressed the belief that; dsad raui might. poastblv have' keen her lost hasbsBd The