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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta august 18, 1914 the lgthbridge daily herald' page three Aquatic Event of the Season Scheduled for Tomorrow Afternoon at Henderson Park 3. 4. 1. 3. 3. 4. 1. 2. Decks are all cleared for action at Henderson lake on Wednesday, the day of the big regatta. Wednesday is a half holiday, and everyone will be anxious to see this real old tijn* event, which will be followed by the awarding u( the Lakeview cauoc. _ These in charge of the arrangements. Messrs. Wilkic, McDonnell and Ridpatb, have spared neither time Bor energy in preparing; the projsram, M'^hioh contains many new and entcr-itaining tcatutps calc\ilated to amuse and delight the crowd. There is a departure from the stereotyjCed form of j;roj;ram, and the event map is crowded full of things that are bound to interest all. Tlie regatta starts at 3 o'clock -promptly, and thsre will be an announcer on hand to keep the specta-tots .posted. The first series will consist of feveniK for the novice, or those Kho liave never -won a place on similar occasions. Tlvc full program ig as follows : XOVICI? EVENTS 1: Single canoe. 3, Tandem cano�. Mised tandem cano'?. Canoe fours. OPEN EVE.NTS Mixt''''""^l'|'*^ ating "not merely war, but n holy crusade In accordance with the pan-Slavic ideal. London.-A Rome dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph Co.isays that the Montenegrins have captured eight Austrian blockhouses in Herzegovina. They have also occupied seven vil-I lages near Trebinze and have taken twelve Austrian officers prisoners. Pittsburg, Aug. 17.-H. H. Mow-rey, third baseman of tlie Pittsburg National Leaguej club, whoi figured in the big St. Louis-Pittsburg trade, was glren his unconditional release Ifconig'ht, with the option of going to itho Brooklyn National league^team. LOOK HERE KNOX-WESLEY BASEBALL The ball game between Knox and Wesley, scheduled for tonight, has been postponed until Friday night, when It 'will bo played at the ball park. Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's famous Summer .Resort, with 18 miles of Ifavigable Water for Launches and Row Boats Good Trout Rates $2 and Fishing  $2.25 per day Additioiial accommodation at the new Lake Hotel Stage leaves King Edward Hptel at Pin-cher Greek every morning for the Lakes. AMERICAN Philadelphia ...... ...... 70 35 Boston ....................... 59 47 � Washington ................ 157 50 Detroit ...................... S.T .73- Chica2,o ............ .......... 5a 56 St. Louis ................... .52 54 New York .................. li) GO acvela nd ................... 36 7S FEDERAL Chicago...................... 60 IS Indianapolis ............... 58 48 Brooklyn .................... 54 40 Baltimore .................. 56 48 Buffalo .....�. .........;....... 53 53 St. Lo'iis .................. 49 60 Kansas City ............... 48 61 Pittsburg ................... 45 59 Daubert, Brooklyn Connolly, Boston .. Meyers, .\"cw York McCarty, Brooklyn FKDEPwAL Ifi an 101 9,9 !)3 105 107 45 106 ......... 14 ......... 89 , ... ...... 69 .......... 78 ........; 37 LEAGUE H. Pet. .348 .342 .330 San Francisco.-^At a conference between Captain Haun of the Leipzig, Baron Von Schack, acting-German Consul; Rear-Admiral Pond and Collector Davis, it was agreed that the .a30J Leipzig might take on 575 tons of coal .315 here. Qucenstown, Ireland.-The steamship Otcrio, from Galveston for Hamburg. Vi'ith a cargo of cotton and wheat, has been ordered into this port, where she an-aits instructions. KaufI, Indianapolis ... Evans, Brooklyn ...... Shaw, Brooklyn ........ Lenno.v, Pittsburg ...... CamptcU, Indianapolis' Easterly, Kansas City 127 168 70 98 113 09 68 47' .326 J. Walsh. Baltimore ... .... 89 .326 Brooklyn leads the National clubs ; in clouting, with .270 ; the .\thletics, �y'^gjlhe Anicri.?an with .366, and Indian- .667 5321 ^^'^^'i Indianapolis '5()C): Crandall, St. Louis .19,5' ' .491 .310 .310 .306 .304 .304 .303 .301 .301 Pet. .363 .355 .343 .341 .337 .333 .332 .556 .517 .540 .538 .SCO .150 .'140 apolis, the Feds with .385. BeGood To Younsdf by keeping in good physical trim and you wiu be the beet friend to yourself and a pleasure to others. Most sicknesses begin in the ordinary and minor ailments of thedieestivc organs, and for these aiunents CHA8. ROBERTS One of the nrst pictures of the \'ice-commodore ot thei National Yatlit I Club. ] have become the most popular remedy, because they are so safe, so certain, ana prompt in their beneficial action. They tone the stomach, stimulate the liver, regulate the boweb. By cleansing" the system and ptirifying the blood they prove that they Are Worth A fiulnea a Box DinwIiMM al ��MUt vahn wtdi vary Wb Mtmtrmkutm. la Imsw, tS c�ata. New York. - A cablegram from Buenos Ayres, announces that no banks in the Argentine have taken advantage of the moratorium established after the outbreak of hostilities in Europe. London.-Short loans were obtainable here today at from 3 to 4 per cent., and the Bank ot EJngland reported further largo business at public rates. Paris.-While flying over Alsace, a French aviator was obliged, on account of lack of gasoline, to ?and in an Alsatian village. While filling his tank, he was surprised by a German patrol. He continued unabashed, the Germans feared a trap, and the Frenchman continued his flight. Perceiving that they had been hoodwinked, the Germans fired on the aeroplane, but without result New Y'ork.-A\'haleboat ot the German cruiser Karlsruhe, abandoned during the cruiser's encounter with the British cruiser Suffolk, and left in the Karlsruhe's haste to flee, was picked up in latftude 26, longitude 74.40, on Friday. The Suffolk surprised ^ the Karlsruhe while she was coaling from the Kronprinz Wilhelm. New York.-There were reports today that the Swiss government plan-jned to establish credits here through ' one or more of its representative banking institutions. The , State department suggests that no objection would be made by this government. Switzerland maintains the loan is for precautionary measures. New York.-J. P. Morgan & Co. are expected to abandon negotiations recently entered into in behalf of a proposed loan to France, because of the attitude of the administration at Washington. This will also likely affect other belligerent nations, among them Austria, which sounded American bankers on the possibility ot a loan of from 150,000,000 to $100,000,-000 for the purchase of foodstuffs in this country. Saskatoon.-The council last nigbt the dumping upon the department of cuW animals at a high price. Vancouver - B. C. people believe that a Jijpanese warship which left Japan mote than a week ago under sealed orders, will turn up on this coast today or Sunday, putting another aspect on the expected arrival of the Lcipsig. BRIGADIER GENERAL' LE88AR0 Command of the Western Ontario forces who may be appointed commander, of the Canadian contingent.. Vancouver-News that the German warshlp.s Leipsig and Nurenberg T^ere racing northward, drew -assurances that the powerlul coast defence guns would be I able to fully i protect bothi cities. The guns are in a commanding position at the entrance to the harbors. GERMAN CABLE COT BY BRITISH CBtJISEK This cable from Emden, Germany, to New York has (been cut, presumably by either British or French cruisers on the Atlantic. TUB prevent* communication from Germany and therefore the war news will kava to come from England to the States and Canada. . REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's Pride" BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a concentrated liquid food. Tea and Coffee are in no wise foods. In countries where beer is used as a table beverage, dyspepsia is practically unknown. So is stomach trouble in general. In Germany beer is more frequently drank than water-particularly at meal time. The prejudice against strong stimulants has in no wise impaired the value of "Alberta's Pride Beer," the most nutritious of all Uquid foods. This beei* is absolutely pure. This is no idle claim, but one that we can back up by proof. Come to our Brewery and we will show you.. , To those who value strong digestive organs we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and' we recommend it to convalescents'because it is a tonic. <^  THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING & MALTING COMPANY, Limited ' PHONE SM 7 83 ;