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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tage 10 THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD Wednesday, .Tune J, Sl'EXE 01- LATEST ATTEMI'TEU SIU-TH AGETTE OUTRAGES i The famous self links at St. Andrews. Scotland, wnsre the tournament is taking The mllltint lUffrJotttc trrcaxened to ruin the links at this point by putting acid en the grass. The picture shows the club-house, and spot where the suffraoettes were arrested. Dates Fixed For The Alberta Fairs Tha-fcUoirins is a list ol the local fairs he'd in the prov- inco fall. The itrt is by tee Fairs eocSatiov.aud as Jar as the dales ateUrranged so thit dues at HMTby' stows will not clash, aad nill yet be convaflleat for those wishing to to boUl shows. Official judjes ara auppUed or the precluded depart- of agrlculhin: Circuit He. 1 SO. Tuesday-Saturday, June E4-28. June 30- July 5. OVotoks July M- High Thursday-Friday, July il Taescay-WedQeiday, July Circuit No. 2 cyaresholm Tceaday and Wefines- July 29-SO. Granum Thursday and Friday, July ot. August 1. to Thursday, Au- ust a-7. ex4 Friday. August 7-S. and Wednes- day. August IMS. acd Friday, Aug- ;t lt-15. and Wednesday, Aupist lf-20. Circuit No. 3. and Wednesday, August 1S-20. (DewreO Friday and Saturday, August I2-33. to Thursday, August S5-JS. Pincher and Frl Circuit No. 4 aid TTednesdiy August 5-6. .August 7. August 8. to Saturday, Aapist 11-16. and day, Red to Friday, iususl 20-22. and Wednes- day, August 26-27. August 29. and Tuesday, Sep- tember 1-5. Sept. 3. Sepl 4. acd Saturday. Sept. and Wedcesday Sept. 9-10. and Friday, Sept. IMS. Fort Sept, 16. Stooy Sept. 17. and Friday, Eepl. 1S-IS. Monday and Tuesday, SepL Z1--X. and Thurs day, Sept. St. Sept. 26.' Sept. 30. October 2 Faddle October 3. Circuit No. 5 and Friday Sept. 11-12. and WeduesJiy, Sepl- 16 17. and -Friday, Sfpt. 1S-19. and Wednesday Sept. 23-21.' and Friday, Sep iember Sept. 30- to Friday October 1-3. October 7. CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Thursday is White Goods Day And Savings Are Too Big to Miss No need for a long talk about such exceptional saving propositions as these, particularly when they are attached to seasonable wear-things that you want right now for present use. Pricet for tell the story of Mvingi out of the ord- inary, and are a forcible demonstration of the saving importance attached to a visit here to-morrow. White Top Skirts Rcgtllir W-60 Value A plain tailored, perfect fitting while duck skirt. in a complete raise ol sizes, splen- didly a ihrouehout and mada with yloats at All-over Embroid. Dresses Worth up io 59.00 A lonely of splendid quality embroidery and mull dresses, every one are nev attractive styles good at regular prices. Thursday bargain J5.50 All Oar Daintiest Lines of Whitewear in this Thursday Bargain Sale Skirts, Gownt, CorMl Cows, Drawers, Combinations and Princess Slips, nil on 'sale, ".tomorrow at substantial reductions Irom ori'iinal pricti GirmenU ire all the product of Canada's leading sewn In every way, perfectly proportioned, iplendid fitting and beautifully finished throughout SLIPS REDUCED .11 50 Princess Slips. Thursday 51.75 PrlncMs Slipf. Thursday J2.00 Prlocus Slips, 11.90 52.60 Slips, Thursday W.OO li.OO PrinceM Sllpt, Thundcjr (350 Princess Sllpt, Thursday 50'Combhutlo'ni, Thursday.....I1JO Comblnationa, Thursday I3CD Combinations, Thursday.....fl.lo 1250 Combinations, Thursday.....M.90 53.00 ComblntUocB, Thursday.....jj.i" ?i.OO Combinations, Thursday GOWNS REDUCED SI.OO Gov.ns. Thursday 80c. 11.35 Corns, Thursday SI.OO Gowns, Thursday J1.20 12.90 Gowcs, Thursday JI.60 13.00 Oowat, Thn'rjday JI60 OOH-M, Ttanday J3.60 UNDERSKIRTS REDUCED }1J5 Thunday J1.00 IJjO Underskirts. Thurtdly 13.60 TJndsrsifrts, Thurjidiy I2.M J4.00 UndrsWrti. ThurJday ?5.00 Understirts, Thureday CORSET COVERS REDUCED 35c- Corset Tbursdiy...... 2Sc. 50c Corset Covers, Thursday ......40c. fife Corset Covers. Thursday 5Zc. 7fc. Corset Covers. Thursday :.....60c. Jl.no Corset Thursday 60c; {1.25 Corset Coders, DRAWERS REDUCED 50c Thuridny 40c. Soc Drawers, Thuradly 52c. 75c Drapers, Thursday We- H.00 Draners, Thursday ...........SOc. jl 25 Drairere, Thureoiy..........tl.OO {1.50 Drawers, Thuraiar......... White Suits Regular Value Jtade in'Tery newest style of splenddi quality Indian Head; sljirt 1 cut with high lice and side pleats, coat seml-flltiBg sllh larse collar and reveres of efcy blue. Cream Serge Suits Regular Value A remarkably cheap line of fine Quality, pure wool cream splendidly tailored and perfect fitting. >fade with high line and pleats at side. ALL RECORDS Only a lew more days of -this remarkable Fifteen Day 'Sale. A Tremendous Sacrifice. The-public are snapping up the .Bargains Rapidly. RE-ORGANIZATION SALE ATTRACTS THOUSANDS. HOW TO GET THERE Tile moiiey-sa-vrng publio arc showing tb customers have swaL-med-iTito.this store to '.this gvciit. Dollar mous saving opportunities- offered. Wfirjapefltj.ifyou-are.fpnd of saving money, on'.yoiir-sprjng and 'you_ know r- this forced on once." Obtaining real' hargains'in this'city- inoveiueiit. ly a dream to it is a reality. Last and Final Call-Note These Prices Boys'- Combination Underwear shale, knee'leagth, aid fhort sleeves; Reg3lar-65c per mill REORGANIZATION PRICE 45c Men's Light Cashmere Undersuits piece EUits, light weight nool cash-. from one of the best Bngllsh manu- facturers RegrJar W) per wll. REORGANIZATION PRICE Suit Men's Work Gloves M-dlefaide Glotes. of In gray or Un. val'ic fiOc. REORGAN1ZATIOM PRICE 35c Men's Tan Kid Gloves Dent's English Oloics, s nlar price II oti. PRICE m. P.tg- Summer Wash Goods Japanese Kimona Crepe Japanese Kimona Crepe, light or, dark shades; floral designs. Regular 30 ceoU. REORGANIZATION PRICE 20cyard Pint or grey. Regular 25c per >ard. .REORGANIZATION PRICE 15c yard Duck Blue or white ground. Regular Coc yard. REORGANIZATION PRICE 15c yard Dress P.cgular per yard. REORGANIZATION PRICE 15c yard Tickings Color? 3.1 REORGANIZATION PRICE 30c yard Dress Linens White or tao; regular 65c. PRICE 50c yard Egyptian Mull 1'ink "or blue; regular 33c, REORGANIZATION RRjCE C 25cyard Cotton Charmeuse pink, cream, navy, white, light blue or Regular 35c. REOR3AN1ZATION PRICE............... 25c yard Swiss Embroideries Dainty Kdglngs and insertions, per yd. REORGANIZATION PRICE and iQE.trltona, niceet quaUty OA PRICE per yard Ov OTHER LINES, per yard 10c, Jn4 25i CORSET COVER EMBROIDERIES, FLOUNCING EMBROIDERIES, AIL GREATLY REDUCED. Success in business depends upon the man seeking success. Today it's the man that.couuta moat, not tbo experience. Pity that man nho believes we work to live! The business world is a glorious place in which to Ine; and work joy have it so. The man underestimatei himself is generally underoslimated by the orld; the man who overestimates himself may foql tho world for a lime. i sooner or later will be found out. Tbe more successful one Is, the more one is to work; the raorc ne uorks, the uiore successful one is. Like the work yoM have to do or have the work iou'd lifce to dol H D2J3 to he liked and oae likes to be paid. Smiles are shock absorbers that help one to ride comfortably over uts of business OD tbe road to Bucceas. The laws of nature vill all work for mitt's advancement If he will work lib tbe law 3. Great SharUge of Executive This is ED age in which honesty and fair play rule In business. Publicity has driven the "sly fox" and "skin- flint" from business life and the mo'al standard has reached a high plane. Business organizations cow throw safeguards out against underhmd me- shark" has come to be an etceedlngly unpopular Individual. Further, there are more opportuni- ties today ever before. There are higher standards, greater efficien- cy, and marveJouilr locrcaaed skill, but there fs still fhorlaiti of Tribune, "Success in Business'' is the tide' a recent hook by William Ganson oie, "who has ivrlUen aeveral Etories n atmilar subjects. As Rose is business man who has won conald- rable success, his work is of value. The author bases his argument on 3e broad, theory that la tbe ir.odern fe we should Use to work Talher1 aan to live. In other while the acquirement of (3 an In It 1? not the only sBential. Far from It, To he really successful ono nviat e in a position to enjoy ac- tvily, enthusiasm, amusements, exer- ise, friends, hooks, health and eas ilself. is the grealesl stumbling block to So the author argues that enough money, at cut, should he acquired to provide wort) over those things thai go to mafee up EUCCCSS, The real goal is gratification. If, after sufficient money has been ob- tained (.0 safeguard1 against worry, gratification Is still it Is per- fectly natural and logical that more rnoaty should he striven for. Hut, as And in so don't be a grouch. Study the opportunities around you. Get knowledge. I-carn. For Instance: A man went to bis. boss and struck him for a ralae. The hoes turned him a. The man nas a good worker, Mr. Hose the miser is the men unsuccessful of men. Know Well What You Bo Know Succes3, according to the author, de- a? naturally Indignant. Tho .him ten questions about and bos ne business and'told him it he an- wered sk he would get Ihe increase. The man fell dpun, but his anser eft him and he lo what was going on about him. The boss helped him by suggesting vi3lts o the firm's llhrarj. And Ibe Loss iept his eje on the man and noted .hat he spent hts spare hours In tha Ibrery, One day when Ibe nan least thought of it, he was called in and eiveo a belter job. And be went on JOLLY'WELL DESERVED TO DIE Winnipeg, June' Zahrjti- rJk, aged died in the hospital here today, from 'the burn's received. last Wednesday' In an attempt to ex- tinguish tbe flaraea uhjcfa'vere, con- suming bis "month-old wife, AnnTe, aged twenty-two, who died the follow. Ing morning. 'Steve, doubling" the-faithfulness of his i'oung -wife, saturated her cloth- Ing with coa] 'oil, to test lier Bub'ralU- Ing without, opposition. Tie then ap- plied a match, which quickly consmn- cd her, and finally becoming husband endeavored to sup- press the flames, nhfch eventually hlllod the TO EXPLORE ARCTIC SEAS New York, Juno Harrison J. Hunt, of Island Falls, appointed surgeon pends upon character, and the know. of application. It Is better to koDw one thing to 2 hnphaiard idea of It hnlter to one rule1 Improving the Idle Hour Another instance in the acquiring of knowledge is cited in the caae of a business man who dally spent forty- minutes en the street CSV. In- stead of bottling himself up ho would talk each day with a pas-en. ger, and he always to atccr the conversation fo a subject ie chanep companion understood. In that isy, while talking lo an old real estate mart he saved his firm a lot of money by totaling a factory on a site nhere rot In- crease for many years. This property was just as desirable 'or a site as the In ft tlu Crocker Land expedition, which wVtall July 2, for tbe Polar un. der tbe aunplces of the American Museum of Natural history, Amer- ican Geographical Society, jjid iho University of Illinois. Dr. llunt li graduate of Bowdoln College. o( efficiency ivell lhan to twelve The BENTLEY CO., Ltd. rules to on and not he on speak- ing terms with anjr of Ihetf. As has been eaid, gratification is the real goal. That may be one tbtng and It may be another. Tor Insfance, you may bo 1600 a year man and )our goal may he ft year. The rise may seem extremely slow to you. But as aa you are Increasing your influence In your environment, just (0 fast are jou succeeding, even InO-Jgh the money may be long in arrlrlng. You must gain Vnoulejge and power to fit you for the advance muai lo gel the 16000 ability before you tan reasonably tv ptcl SOW. one conlempialed, which neighborhood which was rapidly ad- vancing In vaiue, Ho got many hlnls that helped by Icduclni: a pttent an -cs- gambler, a capitalist Iravclcil much, a and others to talk about ttiotnselvci. It easy to do, for all men like lo talk about themselves. CKARQED WITH FRAUD Toronto, June wero Issued this morning agaJnst Wntiam Crawford, inspeclor of public for Onlario end Robert Ix-aiaiu In- speclor of plumbing for medfcal doparlmenl of health, charging both, men wflh issuing forged llcXets In conncclion wllh Ibo I.anricT meeting held In the Arena gardens. The sum- mons aio returnable Tuesday, ford is a prominent Orangeman and Lcaman an active parly Vorker. SOUTH fr. Hon. Dr. lion. W. II. Hearst and Hon. J. S. Drilf were present, and addressed llie new provincial treasurer's con- Tho new pulp mills of tho Hofwood Lumber company at Campbelltown, N. are being ruihcd to and will he In operation by fill. ;