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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1012 THE HERALD XTINETY per cent, of a man's ability to impress others depends upon his clothes. So the FIT-RITE designers have de- voted themselves to the production of distinctive garments of impressive quality, which are sold under this Each FIT-RITE garment has an in- dividual personality of its own. It radiates refinement and imparts a feeling of dignity and capability to the wearer. THE MEN'S MAN 406 Fifth Street South Bryan Block Tiger'Brand for MEN and BOYS is elastic rib underwear. It will not shrink and is always comfortable. To be had in Union Suits or in Single DEALERS EVERYWHERE Manufactured by Tho OALT KNITTING CO. Gait, Out. MANY PLACES TO ENTERTAIN PUBLIC ARE 503 APPLICATIONS FOR LI- CENSES FOR THEATRES, etc., IN LONDON London, Nov. is appar- ently no cud to tho provision of ..pla- ces of amusement in London. At a special meeting of the London county council on Nov. applications will niad-a for licenses for 508 places of amusement. The increase in the number of theatres, music halls am picture theatres during tho iaat fiv years is shown by the fact that In 1DOS licenses were, taken out for places, while in the coming Novein ber applications for licenses for 50! will bo made. Oscar Hammers tain is applying for a music and dancing license for his London opera house, .but this does no: necessarily mean any more- than thai he wants to keep It fully equipped for perforinancos under a new manage, ment whom be may succeed in set- ting to take it off his hands. HAND PICKED WHEAT FAULT FOUND WITH IT o- E, R. Iloklcn ,of New York, has don- ated toward rebuilding Thous- and Island Park. Some Observations on the Recent Congi rcss (Ily Acadfa hi Had Deer News.) -Wo were privileged to visit the DO Forming Congress during the. pasi week. Very full reports have appear ed in tlio 'provincial dully pa purs, that our leaders are fully posted ,as to the various phases of this unique exhibition. For solid educations worth It Tar outranks all exhibitions which wo have ever had the privilege of attending. The great value of the American contribution could not be over-estimated, but the pre-eminence of Canada as the granary of the world was manifest in a most marked de- gree. Many of the American exhibits were striking, that of Sacramento Val- ley, Gal., being magnificent. Fruits in their bloom and beauty were successfully preserved hi immense glass sealers, gome.of them standing several feet in 'height. The display puts ancl vegetables In 'this collection was also very line. Oklahoma sho'w- ed a, log cabin built of the bamboo of tho corn plant, with im interior.view of a negro with grinning teeth about to address his respects to watermelon, while on every hand were other products of that state In great variety. Utah, Colorado, Ore- gon, Washington, Idaho and several other states were also represented. China showed a display of grains, cot- ton ,wool and other .products, mostly from Mukden, and very similar to the grains and products of.our own arid other countries, but they would stand 10 chance with a hushol of wheat in :he world competition, judging by the samples shewn, which were much in- ferior to the cereals ,of Canada and of the United States. We had the pleasure of meeting .he winner of the prize for the best bushel of wheat. This fortunate farmer, Henry Holmes of Raymond, not only won the first prize'but be disposed of a large quantity of tho wheat at ?4.00 a'bushel. j From callowneHs and inexperience I of the methods of exhibitors gener-; (illy, we had supposed the bushel t< bo a bulk umplo, instead of wo discovered that every grain I) been hand-picked