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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Saturday, May 14th, 1910. FAIRMONT It's the Most Profitable. _ "EDITED BY UNO" The Girl Who Wins. She has so much to do that she lias no tiwc for morbid thoughts. She never thinks for a moment that she is not attractive, nor forgete to look as charming as possible. She is considerate of the "happiness or others, and it is reflected ;back to her as in a looking glass. She never permits herself to grow old, for, by cultivating all the graces of 'heart, brain and body, age does not seem to come to her. She awakens cheerfully dn the morn ing and closes toe eyes thankfully at night. She believes that life 'has some ser- ious work for her -to do, and that the serious work lies very close and that kind words cost nothing. TWILIGHT CHAT. Demand for Gracious Women, "if there is any place in the world where gracious women are needed it is in business. It isn't always easy. Every girl in business must be on T'er guard against things which a woman at home never knows about or experi- ences. Most of all the business wo- man must be on her guard against an abundance of good things fall to the lot of everybody. At the same time, let us not forget that a repu- tation for prudence and economy, for living strictly within one's means, of far greater consequence than the lavish display of suddenly acquir- ed wealth. The only goal really wor- j thy of pursuit is good name, -rather than great riches. or holes. Instead make use of rav- eliings from the material which is be- ng repaired. With care