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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October 0,1012_� ' - THE LETHBRir JOINED IN Not Much Hope of A.verting General Vj kan this year c," said , but Big Ppwei's Likely t(> Stay Ovfiigtation | European Press Opi^iion number __ aturc ol y . nina Turkey hasiic'c position othui m'lthout her gates, but alb's vliat London, Oct. O.^lnterventlon of the European ambasaaxlors at the Porte in the Balkan situation cannot now have any �effect, It ganerally is conceded here, and widespread warfare lii the Near Kast seems inevitable. A dispatch from Consitantinople tales that a Montenegrin detachment ivbich crossed the rtontier has been annihilated, i^nd that four thousand Albanian troopi havo invaded Mont-9n�Kro. Sklrmiiluea are also reported to have eccurred on the Servian and Bulgarian Irontlors, and one dispatch says thoit  strong force of nulgarlan troops hos atarted for Atustapha Pass, with a view of forcing the read Ko Adrian-ople, whore the Turks are concentrating In gircat strcnglh. It Is bellcvecl nvery'ivhero that i( Servia and Bui garla have not already declared war on Turkey as reported from Paris, thty ore on the point of moving their moblltied armies to Montenegro, vhere troops are believed to be quUhe Jiuteo King Rltxandw p/5ERvift .  -v- Gwovm pRiHCE M0MT�Mtw�O ~'- VrnoSE TAtLVRC to WfJiTE PotTRY Queen MaSNR Who shares) . ,----- tt,e riOfyorl((-famcus athletic body np^. The] moYsraent spread to AYin?liP�K> and in tits^t city, as in Teronto," the mammoth stpre ot tho T, Eatpn Company is npt alone in the athletics for employees. In To ronto, the Robt. Simpson Company, and other big copipetltcn of Eaton's, have their athletic badjeS. In >yinni peg Eaton's have th^ Uudspii B^y Co. far rivals. ' ' ' ' �' But the movempnt doesn't Bt04) at Winnipeg, it h?8 rc^i^hed th^ fair city pt LethbridKC, and Isst �YSniRK tiire local stores of the {ifudson flay Cp. organized qn athletic aEaoci^tion of its employees, which bids f^'r 'to fulfil Its purpose, wh|ch ijs to prpnibte tho feeling of good tellpwsbip among the enrployees, and ^t tho fiouie time bring the employer and employee clps-er together tor the movement la foster ed by the company v^herever adopted, and substantial aid is always tendered from headfluartersi, \l the local cf^$q,n 'I Percy Graves, of Belleville, was fatally Injured hy a falling Iron beam in the Marsh founi^iy. Geo. Pidgeon, aged 94, a British army veteran, was killed by a street car at Hamilton. Ization merits It by a display of sound progression. That the Let^brtdM stores mean to nii:^ke their body a aufi^: cess, the following officers choaen tut night will youcli for: �'1 lion. President, H. E. Burbldg^i stores cpmmissloner, W'nnipei;; pni^ iden(, A. B. ppdm^n; 'vlce-prMident^ E. Jnrvis; eecretary-t'reasurcr, ' Carr; commltte?: Messrs Hall, Iftabi Petts, iMIsses Priestly, Dalrymplfl,-and Simm. r d The convmlttep^ will draw up a con-, v stilutlon, and present It at the n*it n^ccting for adoption. . I;:' The Hudson Blay Company Athlatle assocla^on will bayo lits clubhouH; nt the lako where all the pleasures ,ol4 Henderson Park may bo enjoyed, both | wlntpr and summr. Tepnfl. ^{k�t^| bali and other gam^s In which tiio ifd; I Ics may take part will b� fcifUMd, niid for tb^ alj ntiuiuer of more strenuous g;tmes'wlll I ho sports. Social fivonings (\nf |)wt. Ing parlies will, too, U�| qii tlie plffifslr^ list, which will be a strons lector making the pprpose of tbo associaUeqt '' a success. '� V-;? There is no doubt but what �ith*rV,| business houses in the city wtlt folow'lng in \{ne with this up-to-ttm�i| ; movement. ' , I Ml Welcome to encans (bontlnued from trout pasc) "One ot the chief dispensers of such hospitalily in proportion to Us pppula-tiou has, as 'we have said, changed Its character from nn important cattle town to a thriving ffheftt producing area. "What it has lost from the plclur-esciue point ot view. It has gained in the material side, and 1 wish. In conclusion, to express the hope that the prcsperlt.v which has evinced itself here for the past ten years, may continue unabated in the fiuhure." Aftef the proceedings at the city SHOCKING DISASTER IN THE BRITISH NAVY square, which ipcluded prefeqtaitioi| to His lipyal Highness of 80uv�>ir� old Eort Whoop Tip, there was a aaj>^>f > drive around the town. The progcam < for the i;tay of the Rpysl visitors includes tor ^he afterhc^n, an Indians display by Bloods, Piegans and Black- -V-"! foot, who are in town today in gresi 'i"?! numbers. Tom Three Persona, the Bipod, who so distinguished himself :/ at the Calgary Stampede, ami whom ..j the Onche'ss and Princess Pstrlcia \ saw ride the Oklahoma horse CycIon�;'i is to give an exhibition of rldjnf., , -5 At the square U.RJf. presenti^d m�d ala to the schooi cade^, an event'at-K| tended with great enthusiasm. 'The ; Hon. A, L, Sifton, premier of Alberts; Is here, assisting in the reception, The Royal party will leave forXftb:--i bridge at 5 o'clock. � ^ Trip Vnrough Pass Marred by Rslnv Stowe, Alta., Oct. 8.-The Qovernoii-General's trqin arrived here at bsltr past eight, and 'will remain hereVfoiNft the night, leaving In the morning for'/; iMaclepd, where it will arrive at-Tp-day's rim from Kqptenay Londinif,,C which was left early this mornins, hM'4 been made with only brief stops at ; Craivbrook, Fernle. Crow's Nest and f, Ppipk, yi\\sx^ tbair koyal Highnesses J vieW!Jd the scene of the slide of a por^ ; tion of TurtI Alountain^wl^lcb buris^ part ot the eld town. . -� i The sUy has been covered with J clouds all day,^ and there has ibeen :i rain nud snow flnrrles in the higher al--tltudes.  * A full view pt Crow's .N'esi vouli^ n^t he obiainpd, the siimipat being sbf^ou^-cd iu roliing vr\\�t. ^ � At all tho stops that were qi^de,. there Were bands, guards of bpnqr were tiirniahcd by the Boy Scovits, anji " thy sclioi)! childrpp aapg # pyvfy-' slop. Tho Huko, th^ Buch�s| and' Prliu'.eEs [Patricia were cn t^e ottaervf'-ilou iiluttori^i of the car Oornwt�llV��