Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 3

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 8

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1909. rue, 11 i BENTLEY COMPANY, LIMITED, In dealing with us you get the benefit of our 20 years' experi- ence in catering to the wants of the people of Lethbridge district THE STORE RESPONSIBLE. It is one of the many sources of satisfaction in shopping at Rentiers that every made here is subject to the broad gauged guarantee of satisfaction or money is returnable, and this restitution is cheerfully as the store counts no transaction as closed short of com- plete satisfaction to its customers. These are not Special Bargain Day Pricesf but figures you will find every day at our Store FRENCH PROVISIONS We have just received a consignment of choice French Provisions direct from Pinaud, Bordeaux. Just the thing for hot weather. i Whole Koast chicken, in tin.................... Peeled Asparagus, in tin ..........................90C Mushrooms, in tin.........................30c and 40c Peas, in tin .............................20c and 25c Sardines at......................15c 25c 45c and 60c Asparagus, in glass ..............................90c Brussels Sprouts, in glass...........................60C Melange, in juice, in glass........................75C, Cherries, in glass ................................GOc Vinegar, -in decanter ,.............................S5c Dijon Mustard...................................25C Pate de foie gras .................................S5C Imperial Plums, 2 Ibs..............................75c These goods being imported direct from the packers, we save all intermediate profits and you share in the bene- fit received. _ _ _ _ CANNED GOODS per tins for 25c per per tin per per tin per per tin Apples, 3 lb., 2 tins for...........................25C gallon, 3 tins for We have a good stock of the above kinds of fruits. POTATOES A car of the celebrated Mclntyres from Prince Edward Island, just unloaded. This-.is the best summer potato in the world if'properly cooked. Shippers state "To boil or bake: Cut off the seed end and peel a strip right around- the potato. When cooked, which takes longer than other varieties, drain and shake up in the fresh Per 100 Per LADIES' WEAR Amongst oiir recent importations was a shipment of Hosiery direct from Leicester, the headquarters of the English Hosiery We draw special attention to our Indiana Black Cashmere 8 1-2 to exceptionally good at ......................................-........50c Misses and Children's Cashmere Hose in all sizes. Ladies' Ribbed Vests> white, cream and Wool: and Silk and Wool. Cotton antl Lisle Hose in black and plain and lace and embroidered. All prices and qualities. New Veilings, Embroideries, Laces, Ribbons, Gloves, Corsets, Parasols, Handkerchiefs, Coats and Skirts. .Minerva Blouses and Whitewear, and a few speual Blouses just received from England. A choice selection of Fancv Hosierv. f- Inspection Invited. FLOUR "j Koses, 98 Ibs. 5 Roses 49. Ibs. o 24 1-2 Ibs. 95c Our Best'. 9S ROLLED OATS 80 lb. sack...... 40 lb. sack...... 20 lb. sack.......80 8 lb. sack........35 These prices will not continue for many days as the goods cannot be replaced to sell at these figures. EVAPORATED FRUITS We have just placed in stock a carload direct from California, cases, all freshly packed to our Prunes, 25 lb. boxes, Prunes, 25 lb. boxes, 60J70 Prunes, 25 lb. boxes, 40J50................'...... Prunes, 10 lb. boxes, Peaches, 25 lb. boxes Pears, 25 lb. Apricots, 25 lb. boxes Silver Prunes, 25 lb. boxes Yellow Pitted Plums, 25 lb. boxes............... L. M. Raisins, 50 lb. Seeded Raisins, 3 packages for.....................25 These prices will speak for themselves. WHY YOU SHOULD BUY YOUR GROCERIES AT BENTLEY'S Because all the groceries are always fresh and de- pendable. Because everything is kept invariably of high- est quality. Because our prices are in most cases lower than you must usually pay for the same qualities else- where. We have just installed an electric coffee grinder and remark that OUT coffees at 25c, 35c, 45c and 55c are the finest to be had at these figures. Our Mecca at 45c, we have sold for years and we have yet to meet its equal at the price. Our Endeavour is, to. Sell Good Goods at Reasonable Prices We buy in large quantities to pur Patrons' Advantage C. B. GOODS A direct importation of C B. Goods just placed in stock, including the Pickles of all per bottle......................35C Piculilli, (jerkins, lied Cabbage, Brown Onions, Chow 'Chow, Mixed, Etc. Jams in bottles, 2 lb.. each ........................45c (Strawberry, Raspberry. Black Currant, Green gage and Apricot) Jams in 7 lb. tins, all kinds, at Mint in bottles...................................25C Sage in. Cayenne Pepper in bottles..........................20C Persian Sherbet, in bottles.......................2flC Raspberry Vinegar, in bottles .20C Lemon Squash, Arrowroot, in bottles Vinegar, in quart bottles ..........................30C Soho Sweet Pickles, octogan .450 Monserrat Lime Juice in pints and quarts. Another Car of Barb spool Car of Manitoba track today. By the per We have Sulphur for Dipping. Also Feed Oats. To arrive this carload of Western Standard 500 ft. Binder have a good cash pro position for ton lots'and over. Lowney's Cocoa Chocolate, Nut Milk arrive this week. v DRY GOODS We carry a large assortment of Dress Goods, in the newest shades, designs and materials. We are offering them ui exceptionally low prices. Black, white, brown and pale blue Cashmere. 42 inches wide, per yard ...................................55c Navy and brown Lustres. 45 inches wide, per yd. '...60c Cream Serge. 44 inches wide, per yd................75C Ex. Special value in White Bed heavy qualily material, and neat Size 60 -x 80 in. Size 64 x 84 in. Each v.bite and Grey Flannelette Sheets, with pink and blue size, only......................90c a pair Sateen and Cretonnes, in all shades and patterns. 27 in. to 31 in. wide. Per vd................12 1-2c to 30C Men's Furnishings 20th Century Clothing for gentlemen. We are sole agents for Lethbridge and if you wish the newest goods you will find them here. tMuet Coat Shirts and Arrow Collars. Latest styles and de- signs always on hand. Our stock of Hats and CipS as usual, is well assorted, and our prices are reasonable. toots and by Florsheirn, Macpherkm, Putnam, Bell and ether well known makers. We have a number of Hues which we cci trol and our Talues are good Amtrican Overalls for mechan- ics. Signal brand. Union, made. A special in All Wool Under- weight, un- shrinkable. All sizes at 75c par garment. Nelson brand, made in Eng- land and bought direct from the manufacturer." Schilling's Best Baking powder in 12 oz., or 2 1-2 and 5 lb. tins. Spices in small tins. Black Pepper. White Pepper. Paprika. Cinnamon. Nutmeg. Cloves. Ginger. Allspice. Sage. TLyme. Marjoram. Savory. Mustard. Extra choice goods for partic- ular people. Pears' Soap A shipment of Pears toap di- rect from England today. Established 1885 Incorporated 1903 THE BENTLEY COMPANY, Ltd., LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Wholesalers and Retailers M. BARFORD Managing Director ;