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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, January 17, 1013. THE L E T IT BRIT) (i E DAILY HERALD Page 3 Profit-Sharing the Greatest uccess of Our Lives rofit-Sharing ut to When we announced our new Profit-Sharing plan we knew it would prove a popular success, because "Black Gat" Cigarettes were already the choice of discriminating; smokers of Canada. -But we did not realize that our Profit-Sharing; plan would 'be such a gigantic success. We thank you, our friends and admirers of the now famous "Black Cat'';Cigarettes,- 1st-for your .quick appreciation of our Profit-Sharing plan- 2d-for your faith, in our statements^--' We are already distributing thousands of our Profit-Sharing gifts which means that our Profit-Sharing plan is the greatest success of our lives. Our new policy of gifts to smokers is simply the modem step forward of sharing profits. Our new Profit-Sharing Coupons were not started as an inducement to smokers to buy "Black Cat" Cigarettes. The. value and quality of our ^cigarettes remain" as before-purely a matter: .of the best that money can buy. Look for the Prof it-Sharing Coupon in Every Packet of "Black Cat" Cigarfettes Vafae of Coupons. Instead of receiving a dividend in cash, smokers receive Profit-Sharing Coupons worth about twice as much in obtaining the Profit-sharing gifts'described in the Illustrated Booklet found in each packet/ All the articles described in the Illustrated Booklet are British-made by well-known manufacturers and are of the best quality. Medium Cigarettes-10 for 10 Cents mm In every packet of "Black Cat" Cigarettes you will find one Profit-Sharing Coupon and an Illustrated Booklet, giving full particulars and the list of gifts. Save the Coupons, select the gift, and mail Coupons to the address below. Your gift will reach you by return. Address: CARRERAS &^MARCIANUS OF CANADA, Limited 853 St. Lawrence Boulevard, Montreal, Que. \ ,; If you do not find an Illustrated Booklet of Gifts in the packet Write as for one '______ � . An 'UnsolicitedI Analytical Endorsement T�e.Lm.ldon LfiC?t> the most authoritative Medical Journal in the world, published on page enoral at liiulnpcst, calling attention > to the requirements .Qi the Ilungnriiui authorities with regard to passports and to thc .position, acuordnift to the Hungarian law, of Hungarians who luive been, naturalized; It is pointed out that according, to Hungarian-law 1 persons' naturalized in loretgn coun-J tiles do "not lose their Hungarian na-tiouality byj such a step. J Tlio law prescribes that" persousf residing abroad uninterruptedly for inore thatr ten years lose their Hitti-IVtrian -nationality. unless they, take, certain action to preserve such ria-' tioiiality. The ten  yeav-s'-fCovijit.' from the day they leave Hungary, or .'if; provided with passports, frorri the'! day on which those documents cease valid. The despatch goes,on.'to say :  ' ' . '..'.' "It happens" that Hungarians 'naturalized in Canada not: infrequently visit llieir country of prigin, before j. the ten years of absence which free j them rroni their Hungarian, national-! itv, are passed. H is j Majesty's con-' sulfite general in these oases- is no't. permitted to issue passports- tosuch persons and the result is'that' till thev can obtain a Hungarian -passport-'they may be exposed, to greait annoyance and loss ol time!' and moii-ev. �. '�. � ..... "The above persons-arc often simple formers, who have no 'knowledge whatsoever ol the passport regula- tions in force in Hungary, and imagine that their eertiiicate of naturalization will free them from military service and other difficulties, wli'ich is not tiie case. Further sometimes they are detained to fulfill their roil-itary service, and, even if they are then/selves e.vcinpled-house, fire,place, etc., close in; ;:., ' ii' ft' The Dowsley - Mulhsf n ''1k Land\CpJf: Sherlock Bldg. TlblC : Fhone 644 -.^ ;