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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1-512. ur Grown in Southern Alberta Display after pre8erve i en you can buy any meats of (lie high o our store daily, and seeing the up-to-date way in which J meats, have become new customers If you weVe uiS tolll 1 I to visit our store tomorrow and see our lisplay of POULTRY for THANKSGIVING Every bird was raised in South- ern Alberta and has just been brought in. We dress all poultry if desired. it 518-520 Fourth Ave. S. Across cor. from Court House DELANY AT SERFIDJ HEAVY CASUAUlS ks Seem to be Badly Worsted in Earlier Stages of War don, Oct. Pooley, correspondent of the London Express, wires from Athens: Orcelc army, after forcing the Kates, lias driven to which I occupied race and creed throughout otto, man empire. It must be realha''that three million Greeks are tiered throughout the Turkish dominions and if massacres are begun .holo-' canst of innocent victims ivi-he of- fered on the altar of racial ;id ro- llsious strife. The Lurking Danger 111 case the massacres grow t will be impossible to restrain -reeks' from avenging themselves on -Urks So groat will be the sheddins irmo cent blood on both sides, tha-every conflict since, the days of aiigh. SUbJi.iarjstlans al the tulnc of Crown jlncc is jiassiug giiall be subjected i treatiu'ent or killed. Joy Fills the Greek Capital Athens, Oct. is en fet Tho news of the rout of the -Turks b fore Servidji, mid tho occupation Iho town by the Greek forces and th capture of twenty-two field guns an a vast amount of war material ha filled the people with exultation a the liberation of Macedonian terr tory and pride In the national army. N'owsboya are hurrying along Hi streets showing, rather than selling editions. Crowds are statioi eil before the newspaper offices whor, war fcullotins are displayed, or gath ered around shop windows In whlcl war maps, with tiny national flags, showing the position of the different armies, are exhibited. At the vaTiou ministerial offices there are never- ending slreams of callers. Athens, in fact, resembles an excit- ed bec hive. Peelings, psnt up since tho declaration of war, and conceal- ed under an appearance of stoical calm, have suddenly found an outlet, and the entire nation is acclaiming the prowress of the troops. The memory of the collapse of i.h Greek army in 1S37 has weighed on i the people like a nightmare, rapid advance, uninterrupted anmi iiie rejoicinc; 01 leaving the serfldjl, the Turks the situation and has issued orders prisoners of war, and ordenn' verest penalty 10 the Greek maintain with II, Massacred the Greek inhabitants, s felt that Christian powers, 'will, Terence to politics, should iinme. strong representations What Canada is. doing J0r t As simple to "sc as shoe polish. Biggest can on the niaket for toe. IQc.-STOVE pOLISB-lOc. _.. v LllQ it) generation of the Greek army brought such a relief that the joy overwhelm- mg this feeling, is not minimized by the severity of .the the Greeks. The. list of casualties proves that the battle before Serviilje was no walkover, and is the hlBlreot test of cffici-ency of 'Greek troops. Mr.- Stros, minister of the navy in message, said the Greek losses' in he last engagement amounted to 27 officers, and 60 Boldiers killed, and fi officers and 250 nren wounded. The work of filling up tho gaps in he routes is proceeding apace. Ev- ry day sees fresh batches of troops fCtti- Adrianople, which mean's the churches. It was. strongly fortified to protect the caster The approach to Adrianople. binding his wounds and called for medical aid. The Turk where he- :iii tfjeinjcvt.fcatei to leka Tarn it Hanks the direct trunk road from Adrianople to Constantinople via Es- ki Uaba and Lule Hurgas The news of the Bulgarian victory too brave io die under fire. He do Turk Soldiers Marquis DC Sugonzac. in the 'Reho u, uiu mnganan victory in the Reho Has caused great rejoicing in Sofia, DeMrls "Eye witnesses all where it Is expected that the tals of Bulgarian infantry in Adnanoplc will soon follow. If M is tllc .on Kirk-Kllissefi marched 4 r. ii-itl, eaving for -the front. Close upon two housand men wore sent, off yesterday y sea for an unrevenled destination, nother column was sent off last iliht. 3000 Turkish Prisoners lined, gaged in bringinifup his main" to Adrianople the position of army that town is still critical. Heroism is NTot Dead Paris, Oct. Hctzcv in a despatch to the .Journal from'cct- ije says "Traits of the traditional marc with such spirit that the officers were surprised while they moved forward "On the other hand the Turks to all appearances are demoralized as h 1 he Petit Pansene correspondent at Sragoia "The Tuiki, iiic m'Aolleis and man; iccm ant of the use 01 the sights BulEll.- iam, marched'al times twentv-hie. kilometres in four hours, cauj mg a load of twenty file kilograms This, correspondent also says the Turkish artilleri men apparently do not uioii how to use the field guns' n their charge. .Louis Carbta, was burned to death when a government us. boat ivas'burned Three Hirers, Norman Dlngman, Inspector of In md Revenue for Belleville district as retired after 38 years' service and III go to Winnipeg to live London, Oct. .24.-Bonnet, BurlciKh, ar correspondent oi the London I wanting in slruaele near ScuHri legraph, wires from Bulgarian head-I and on the Ottonnii I I al'tcrs at Stara Scagora j lack of dashing courage 'It has turned out as I predicted, i Turk officers with his fore in Turks .being defeated and dcmor- llcai1 split and his breast neck 'mil alized. I have just ECCII about. aOOO 1 slashed with sabre cuts wis n prisoners brought into Stara Sea- command of the outcrworks it Tan Bulgarian sol- and riding forward amid Mon bv'a1 no bullets ciiailenfed the brav- style of splendid types. They had the esl the enemy's lenders (0 si j appearance of men who would prefer It was evening and in were death to 'surrender, hut prisoners. "King Ferdinand went out and spoke io them on their arrival nt the SCCnml vegetable oil mto open-pores creamy fragrant lather renew the life the BabVs on So ROBINSON Canada o, ,h. at moonlight an-old .fighter came for ward accepting the challenge'' The men brandished their sabres am mem on incir arrival nt the tor a long time, loyally ob- raihvay station. There was constcr- tllc laws.'The Mon- nation at his approach, which soon was cut on the shoulder hut turned to pleasure, as shown by was slashed Iit. the looks and gestures of the prison- res'ste'i. with his face streamiiiK They came forward tp hear the .lllood' untl1 half-blinded, he fell royal words and expressions of sym- ls thcn stooped over liim Pathy and befriend them. slalrd they had been soldiers hv force and never had had guns in 1 heir hands Turks in Full Hctrcat London, Oct. Bulgarians have won a great victory OVM the i 1'urts. After three (lavs' lighting, the j important strategic town uf ICirk- iKilisseh cast of Adriauople, was I'l'cd at 11 o'clock yesterday and prisoners taken, besides 'sorae and other guns with ammuni- tion and stores. An early version gave the number pnsoMrs ns rifty thousand but j 'his is hardly possible, j Tto Turks aie, now in full rctreat (ward Bunarhissar and Viza on the main road Consiaiitinoplc. marls I t in end le around Adrlannplr. Itistoocar- Io tell tbc of Turkic, ,ira. or to say lhal the insures the niuil trnunph llulunrians nut anyhow favorable si final stairr. ;