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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, GOW STOCK BESHEAE BROS, CO. are preparing to turn .out tie following1 few the greatest Slice Bargains Letkbridge has ever dreamed oif. -lust think, over of slioes, almost pairs, for men, women and children now entirely at the mercy of tlie buying public: all the well-known American arid Canadian makes, and -new models. The very thought of tlie anniense stock tosel! irons and the extremely low prices AYC ask. is eiioogfe to create interest into it on the part ol'ihe Injyhig -public. This extreme effort is bound to appeal to every slioe buyer, throughout tfce entire and cause hundreds of; purchases. Do not? waste your valuable time by waiting until the last moment. Let else wait and come as quickly as possible, while you now have the cream of the richest Shoe Bargains of all your life to select from. To give you a true imderstanding of this great effort we list only a i'ew of the prices: V _ u S, rpTT A C< T PRICES THAT SELL ON SIGHT. NO RESERVE. Men's 15 inch Army Boots, sold everywhere at 300 Pair Men's Fine Shoes, sold 4.00. To to sell on -S4JJS 300 Pail- Ladies' Fine Boots, priced at to j 100 Pali's Ladies' Cozy Slippers: red blue and brown, To Sell on. Siglit sold at To sell OH .Sight 500 Pairs Men's and Shoes in Patent colt, "Vici Calf JVJetal and Veiors. Sell on sight 200 Oilords. selling at to YOU K OWN r: r PROMPT may expect prompt service when coming: here. We were unable the first two days to give you the we wished. Now that -goods are more fully displayed and the sales force keyed up m high C of tlie enthusiastic sales spirit, we hope to give you prompt attention, aiict service luiquestionably'the best. GETBTJSY! QUICK ACTION IS NE CESS ABY, V Beshear Bros, Co. Officially in Charge mess first, last and all the time., tenor, _ Verily this was. a case'of a j He is not by nature a lawyer, or a pub- j young man's looking good in a young (Toronto Saturday Night) 'Silcon. third ff, lie man. or a diplomat, or a man of let-, man s country. That-S.aU, The shingle at 2o Sparks is es, -n 4-Vin Tries ize up .one more, or less petty ami Air these, however, are little better simple situation." This faculty'of being- able to make up his mind to a thing- without hesi- tating and palavering, and jand hairing for 'a. week or t; iracul'ty enables 1 'street, Ottawa, the entrance, to the modest little office building adjoining sentially a business man. itnere have since he entered public life xo ve been, these wo .CHflorf Si, other shinzles but, whom we are here chiefly concerned, set _ it constantly on i the third floor and ciicrs, etc., money to loan: there is So- .iaxl-so, stockbroker, and So-and-H 'real estate agent. Ami at the bottom near the side-, the shingle the air and the private-millionaire, reaiing, or signin to. do about: five j times as much .current w-ork_f rom day jto day as .'anyone else would. care tc yr wrote .-bim a let- ter-without re-ceivins; a .prompt. reply: up .with "Believe me, yours faithfully." and he is', said to have re- ceived 'iiundre'ds" of' communications c. people he Heard of, ask- him to "take, stock in 'this or that at mystery about it, -Clif. IT upon him in the move. ithe flesh. t ..'i There are two Clifford Siftons, the j .Entering his private office, we pro- Chairman of the Conservation Com-1 taWy find him one of several of. time for re- a. Ha 'isJ.usuaily 'to be found claim, or this or chat piece of real estate. And with all -his- vast 'amount o! these two of. abor.. presided 'over by .fordSiftoc, third the shingle leaves the passer- cy to surmise Tvhat this man, Clifford The Other side of the Man Kifton is or manner of business he After the private millionaire s I division letters, or" solving a millionaire prob- centra! 1 iein. to see than idle guesses. There are only two "people in the. universe who know now. H Cafford Sifton is ford Sifton and his private secretary. It- is- a pretty safe assumption not a cent o-f his money is Invested in securities which are not listed, on the Canadian stock exchanges.' He is into scores of enterprises and ventures, but] his investment policy has b'een. to go into nothing which he and. hie immediate associates could not control absolutely. is that his "wealth might as well "hidden beneath the clesert moor" as far as eitorts to estimate it are concerned- Occasionally, however, there crop up little things which cast sidelights up- on his hidden riches. i-'or instance, he slipped quietly up a few weeks since to in- If ne Is solving a millionaire prob- j perroYm. iri Jirae he his Jem. we're lucky are see- summer home "Assinabcine has'ing him in z. truly Siftoriic; pose. Kc vrHither be goesjspec; a mining'properly which he and inat other ...close-corporation million- carries on up there on che third floor i spent a few days at his ovv-n office directly faciivg the window, ga-.mj Lodge at on the Sr.. Law rence, and remains there, off and has taken a cor- j the third -floor at 25 Sparks imo" a great maze of." criss-cross luniii the end of Seatember. "responaence course in sign painting j the office vrith the thick green rug; wires. But his gaze trans- -'it -MPUorrto'-KTi'ae becomes an of- tc.steal around some dark night ;tuat you sink down to your knees; j ceaas che telegrap'r, wires. It goes cuiturisr It is-his de- yith s. paint brush, and, a pet and a'tfce ''eso': vill "Clifford, you've far beyond the liuJe stretch -iae Wo'j.j- Off jack-o'-lantern, and if-this chap ccnservin-j your OTTD ressvuoes j eau Canal, vhich visible froia J -to-.palat under the'name "One of quite a little while now. Hadn't j This gaze is probing to gjjjff -at a pace Jnost successful business men in better go over to the Conserva-j innermost depths of some mighty y3d to auaJifv ada thai'shingle not Commission offices and consent! bJem, and demanding of it a solution, i h1m fnr. lar afield of the truth the nest day. jthe country's for a "And Clif-j There 'is a comfortable back to Of course, this is but an opinion, pord "Yes. eg'o, I guess I'dfcnair, be he is not using it. His '.'Clifford Sifton, like a play, or like do that 'whole body is tense with the strain question, is a matter of op- j Then he will gatner a few papers in ja Piece of Batter which is rigid and up to lie at -tg tBe Cro. This, safely be to the black which he always car- beneath -tbe concentrated who owns thc vacnrprefers the aire. M. J. O'Brien, joia-rly purchased a while ago for half a million. Again, it was whispered several months ago that a Canadian syndicate head, had struck a "gusher" on its oil properties in Central America. The nuiliouaire newspaper men a three-Tvord to When-he-is .in. Winnipeg he calls round" at'the office of what is under- stoo'd to be another of his investments the' Press, A vague rumor, .connected Clifford Sirtoa's name- with 'the enormous buy- ing of South.. African scrips which sent the price' up" tp' consider- able" time .ago', but the rumor was nev- er con'firmed. About the .onl-y-. .general assertion that can ;b'e made .about Clifford Sif- ton's wealth, witil any -degres of cer- is That, in many things -which 'are; never heard of in tne-' "Strcety.- and' never commented upon in the pages of the netrsoa-pers.' Th.e only thing left for the rest oi us to'do, then.'is "to 'keep" on' ing how much'he is -worth. And all tlie-while we-are doing-this Platonic wondering, .the 'subject of'our wonder of which Eon. Clifford Sifton' s lie} great -financier' and general bus- iness man, who -would" have been eq- ually successful as a-bank -president, a raUroad general or a big grocer-r-continues to- add to his fortune.- attaching" the renowned nourishes of his signature thous- ands of 'doing -as much work in one day as most men do in live. T r, l-t OPEN WITH ENGLISH _ AND. D-UrTCH PRAYERS Capetown, Oif-pland, a iJutch paper hers, says to-5ay as both English.and Dutch arc recogniz- ed as official languages .in the new confederation of South Africa, tie ses- sion of, parliament should be opened with prayers in both languages. Tlie onsland refers to -Canada, where ses- sions are opened on alternate days with 'English and "French prayers. I? advocates similar procedure here. Electric Restorer for Men; restores every nerve ia thc to "Its-projw tension resvcfs vim and vitality. -Preniztare rmri all sexual weakness, averted at oacc. xril; make yon aaew mac. .-PriCii-'e? i f-i" S5. Mailed to any address. St. Out. for the diamond sculls at Henley. owns a palatial yacht, "which is .inion. given as the opinion'of scores of, he will walk the two'ce of leading business men who have j blocks 'to the Commission offices. Sec- ju- iiad business dealings-wlii Mm. James White w'ill hand him a! Clifford 3if'ion_is'.by nature a busi-i nundle of letters two feet ?s-at withia ?35 row boat, and the exercise. To digress a yachts al- AJeanwhMe we. are behind cal] to miad up to our knees in tne green rug; i ford tor the Commission's half dozen stenog- j 'earful lest we .break in upon this YOUR WATCH Does it need cleaning and repairing. The very best watches have their 'day of repairs and cleaning. Have your 'time- piece attended to before it. is worn out for lack of oi] anct cleanliness. A watch or- ganism is fine and delicate and the slightest friction -makes trouble and'wears the parts out. We will guarantee aind cleair your watch and will warrant 'the 'job' to' b'e 0. K. JEWELER, Round St. will all work after five o'clock i STeat seancs between a mighty prob- Civil Service closing and a mighty mind. But Clifford inest two or three afternoons. is a little hard of hearing, and jother Clifford Sifton, r.he consen-er are safe, of the country's resources, has come in i Solves the Problem to being.. j These two Clifford Siftoas are jfiUul product of a little bundle of jtentialiiies which carae into the world i is a' millionaire 'who will have nothing to do with automobiles, i-iaif a dozen of the finest cars in the land might easily be his. but he thinks about cs highly of automobiles as he does of the power bills, that are -wont to be introduced, in the House of Com- igure every year in the from Ottawa to the Old Wales medal in his gnp. fr words, and can squeeze i efi. j wo years 21 years'of more actual mcanins; into away his millionaire in- are by no means being neglect- They are being looked after by a baker's j ike young lady who has' for years been secretary, and who car- '..shoulders- as much, if any oth- well t they fgeni r oat at the window HeWorth Siftor. worth? thers say i jf- man from him person that thirty ti.e mark. We have Been too busy of late.unload- ing" and 'unpacking two cars of furni- ture to send in usually interesting advertisement, but are now able to an- nounce that we are displaying a large assortment of CARPETS _ LINOLEUMS in great variety. We'also have hand a splendid line of extension table? and diners. Also dressers and stands for all bedrooms. All the comforts of a home on show here. Call and see us. ;