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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, OdoIitT 25, Profit-Sharing Gifts for Smokers We Have Decided to Share Profits with the Smokers of Canada Our new profit-sharing coupons are not given as an inducement to smokers to buy Black Cat" Cigarettes. The value and quality of our cigarettes remain as a matter of the "best that money can buy. We' have obtained the custom of the critical smokers of Caruada, and are giving them the best tobacco and the best work-. manship, and we will nj'sver risk our repu- tation by giving them.' anything but rjhe best. Our new policy of. gifts to smoker.? is simply the modern stej> forward of profits. Our good name arid the value pjt .our brands is a guarantee. of good faith to the smokers of Canada. Every Packet of "Black i Now Contains a Profit-Sharihg Coupon All issues of "Black Cat" Cigarette Coupons areavailablewith the new Profit-SharintjCoupons for the gifts described in the Illustrated Booklet, and have the same value as the now Coupons. Value of Coupons. Instead of receiving a dividend in cash, smokers receive Proht-Sharing Coupons worth about jAuph in -obtain- ing the profit-sharing gifts de Bribed in itflie illus- trated Booklet found in packet. All the articles in the Ifcstrated Booklet are British-made b'f inaania- are of, the best I quality. Medium for In every packet Cat" will find one i Coupon and an Illustrated Booklet, gm-sug full and the list of gifts. Save the pons, select the gift, and mail Coupons to the address' below. Your Silt will reach CARRERAS MARCIANUS OF Limited 853 SSi'. Laivrence If you do not find an BaoUtt of Gifts in (As pack (t write us one An Unsolicited Analytical lEnddrsememt r n The Ijind'in Lancet, tlie most ii'.itlioritotive 'Medical Journa'l in the t .vorld, ;on pJi'ge of its of August 24, 1912, an analysis of various best known cigarettes "iJhurk Cat" Cigarettes. Tlie report shows that the least liar rnful to) jacco is that -which con- tains the least Furfural. i In other The London LuKff's analyst has proved th H "BlaC :k Cat" -Cigarettes arc the purest and'best'for health. ri rC. Gait, '6t .will succeed Judge son, who resigned'to become '.'public -utility' commissioner ;for 'Manitoba. 'J. .be placed ;'on'the-king's bench. i'Ueiander' C.'Gait'is member of the: law firm of 'per. He'is Winnipeg, -Toronto, March "15, :1-S53. tf-Iis (father "was -Sir Thomas 'Gait. 'Gait Is one of the most-prominent, to which place 'he'canie in -.John :Philpot -Gurraji "to -Eas- tern CanaVia-in the earjyeighties.find shortly raftenvarris 'Opened a ihnv of- fice at "N'ttpawa. Garhrtrry, ami for sonic '-years ihis (profes- sion removing'to Brandon ill) years'ago. Quite Possible (Calgary Alhertniijj -U a dry farming convention it not bo surprising if the g'oyer- 'nor of North Carolina should renwk to lite govcrncr of South Ciiroilina That It was n long time between mois- even through dry fanning aims at l.h-3 preservation of moisture. PRAYING OF ALL KINDS. Western Transfer Co., Fre'.cht :163; 4C2 SUbla OFFICIAL WAS EXONERATED it will h e red, histetl MAL WAS EXO.MERATED cnsc, it will U e red, lusted BUT DISMISSAL FOLLOWSi ovtsr three we -Us. There were no _____ sjiociiic charge 3 and none were prov- Executioner Pelfeticc With' Case Of Postmaster of Tweed. en. Nearly Jo jr months elapsed, and, ihe matter w: is generally1 considered closed when Mr. PelletIM" dismissed the postmaster and Tweed, Oct. 24.-Hn tiJe tlje j teered his re inarkable re.ason for j'ao investigation, a specially ;doing. In liponse to a appointed tlun asking :fqr reasons, t'is who examined the cV political .'iment replic- "The of the partisan-ship prefenV-i 'Mr. trr who held Jamea Murphy, the .vjs-roaster here, j into 'ihe charges prefeqced Hon. Jlr. Pollctier fit to diB-Ugaiust you falls to esone rates' miss him. Jt speaks of the pub- .ipparoutly (Mr. Murphy wi Is heWl to .throughciiit. "to fn no w-ay id tho postmaster trangress the Oar- row resolution.......... called by the .prosecution bad noth- vag but good to say of him. Several Conservatives vdluiiteeretl uaBiiraiices that .Murphy ilmd .never .interfer- ed .in any way Jn politics and .was an excellent and .csliable postmnster. There is .llttl" doiiht -that -thiB llatcs-f. exploit of the Postmaster-General and Mr. Northrup'e connect inn therewith will be-ventilated in Parliament when tho House meets. lie Kense of lives an well as are raising indlsnant voice hgaii -Ulla oi'imfiw 10f public morality, n: the for "r ;i politiciil that Mr. Nori.ii Mill he ciillud in arcd liVs own Kupporiers. "lie guilty ntll proved inm icont, und rebut chnrges w liicli were never form ulatcd or deliver Pd in him joining i" jvmd whic.n made by n w tor viamey vvr re ivfuseri lo hini.. i Is alHi' prob- member scvoral ot i Ilovvev.'r, Mr. Mnrphy w is.' 'Opy cf the forum UP ob a roni White Swan Yeaot Cakes' Record Thousaitdti of White Swan Yonsl (lakes have sold in Canada with- out n -.iinple-croinplahit. Ciin -chc; Hiime j be said almiil. oilier Imnids? Sold of (1 iiakew for fie. .Send for rcut from SWUM Splrue OnL SORE ON PRIEST WANTED -HIM 'ARRESTED FOR PERJURY OVER "SPEED" EV[ DENCE7IN COURT Toronto, Oct. wutit t man .taken into custody on :i charge of sliouti-d Inspector Arch- ibald., at .this afternoon's police court aS'-.Hev.V KaihiTComvuy, one of the. Paulist fathers, now conduct- ing n .mission Jn St.'Peter's Roman Cnthoiic. church, left the witness, stand. Father Con way was railway track at'Kunnyside au- .loir'Qbile.when Constable May stopped the-chauffeur "and1'threatened to fine iiim for .speeding. All three occupants, of the car tes- tified tlia.t tho.'car had slowed.down ILycs- ttirday. They -they -cashed'cighl of the obliques. 'IMorris said he mail- ed 'the rcmriinder of the bundle of cheipies, '1 (ifi, -to th? jrcnoral bDices'Oi the 'Suo Kino last nichi. Key to Herald Subscription Contort NOMINATION BLANK The Lethbridge Herald f Prize Distribution Campaign 'i i r i i :'I'dcsirC'to mako tin 'Niime i i t'ol lowing Kcsidfencc This -is-gaod for-5000 fret Only one nomination will uo' accepteil' for eilbh "ciiii'iUSiite. 'NSnies" of persons "RED PHIL 'DAVIDSON Who shot Jack likely figure "prominently in the trial of Liout. Becker for .-the murder "of Herman Roaenthal OTTT MURRAY WAS CONVICTED STOLE tCALVES iBEUONGING BLOOD INDIAN, RESERVE- SENTENCE fTolri) Mult ay appealed before Judge ...Winter In the lourt this morning oh 'theicliarge stealing "and 'killing 'calves :o'Blood the Plina Woman Woung Crop "Eared Wolf, .hrough! Feflth ers, gave evidence .showing tho afci- mals to be'their Sergt. lason of tilt, R N "M P it Standoff JUDICIAL SALE and I-lufch i .lie Blood the s-to'clnrian also i-'gjlvc evidence, -tiw :'Honor tfonn'd guilty anil seriiene'e. Pursuant to the Judgment :Jaiid order for" sale- made' in'-THe actlbn J-iBiwr N Criilliford ersus Helenus JiaitevcU et al in the Sup remo Godrt "bfr Alberta, Judicial Dist- rict of Calfeaij theie be offered for "alp tn public iiiLtlon b> Patrlfel VuVpln 01 01 ircaholnij auc-Uonetr ai, the Quebn s hotel In the louu ol Glafeslib'lin, "Province of Alberta. i'mi Monda% the- JStli dav of October 4D 1919 it5two c clock pm the follow ing laiids and premises namely th-e whole'bf Beetibu eight iu: twelve (12) of range twenty-seven1 (27) West of' 'tho Fourth. Jleridtau.-lu.the ProvKice "'of This property-Is .Bituatenabont four and a half west at Claresholm and 'fe about "a half -mile from school. The land Is all capable of being steam plowed and ia ft fit land for grain Igrowltig: -and -general farm purposes.. -Tlie 'soil JatVa'-dttrk loam with clay subsoil slightly sandv -ibout hundfed and flttj (5oO) acres jre under cultivation one hundred (100) of which summei fallowed this year and are'now ready for seeding. "The whole -'of 'this "'550 acrph is let el ind has perfect drain age 1 he balance of the section at the southwest corner is -iraed fa imstuie and is watered Willow Cieek sues an abundance or clear moiintam In dr> seasons The whblo heatldn IB BUI roiinded-byjin-excalleiit feri'c'e' of'thfete strands ofibarbed about- three similar-cross fencing the siid premises theio me two (i) one uid A. half storey frame houses, one of six (G) donis drid the 6thei of en rl) rooms bo tli well finished both ihsi'de repair. TMe dimensions Ire ibout 9I feet bj JO feet and 20 4 fpet There is a furly good ba'rn stable room foi twehe (12) horaess -There are 'Seven (7) vprifeablc frame "granaries, one 'tidw 'milk lidliise Kvith re'6nient flddr.'.a clilcken ho'use. a 'tool house and cellar, sa cow an impHlncnt shed aild a bog houso all 'in a 'fair state 'of "repair :purcha3o p'rice 'of the ssild and premises sirall not incluilc TRAIN BULLETIN West and North Bound I 'I'rain No. 511, Crunbrook, arrives .In; leaves JS.25. Train No. 5IS, Kootonay arrives leaves 'I'rnin No. 11. Spokane and Port- land, arrives 5.45; ileaves Train No. "5-15-leaves iietlib'ri'dge at- 7.00 via KIpp, arrives Oalfrarj- laily except Sunday. 'East 'Bound 1 Train Xo. HI 'l, Cnmbrook, arrives leaves Train No. iil-t, Kootenay Landing. 'Medlolnn Hai, arrives leaves 12.BO. Train No. SpokHno HndTortlun'il to St. Paul and Chicago, arrives G.2fi; leaves Train 'No. 5rt4, Ooutts, Great Falls, all ipoints ROiitli, fflally ox-. cent Sunday. Train No. 5G7, Great rFalls, Coutts the Desisting crop which the J owner ;slmll have f the Jprivilege of har ,-veiiUtfg, -tllreslilrig 'removing. 'Up j to-ttdd indlusho of the fourteenth daj of D 1912 1 109 of ilic pnrdbaao price -must -be rjxiid in-caah 'bt the sale to the plaintiff's solicitors. and tho balance must -be paid vhtb court -to 'the cYedit-df-lMs-actlon with- in sixty days (GO) daVB thereaftfer 'JittcVest. -jlntendiiig note 'that ML 'mriy 'lie 'ptfaailile 'to with tho plaintiff's -solicitors 'to 'plate a mortgage of 'Upon 'the ;htnds (promises. -In ;all other 'Pflcts the terms 'anil conditions of'sSle stJtnilirtg cbrfditlolis 'be nmclb -fhe date of and can 'oc upon rtpplicntfou to the -'underalgrred -at 'Calgary, this -23rd day 'of Septeniber, A. 'D. 1912. :0larko, ftrc'Crfrtliy, Crirstin fa aia'cleod, 5for and soilth, n'rrive'a 'tlaily, except Train No. 506, Crirdslon branch, leaves u.45 dally 'except -Siihday. Left a "Vacant. 'Feeling." TOdmonton, Oct. ton is suffering from a dearth of pea- nut and popcorn vendors as a result of more than reservists being: for nillltai-y in tlur Balkan states. The (choicest corn-; ors in 'tho .IniBinosE districts, fformnr- ly -onDUpIed by tlie .familiar -jiu'sh-wag- .011 -wJth "bright -lighL -mid jiane of dharuoal, are 'deserted .today, tivd the -Binall hey and his itlsttr and cross- iing 'policeman ore mourning -for tlie passing ifoi- Uic nonce 'Of, thft ilispoTi- sors of gubers ;anrt 'Oaky buurjrpil corn. Most tte Oreeks titored theiv wngans and sirpplioK v--hen 'i.ho call t'o arm? came, the ou-nert; of limrh booths, shoe fltiunls and oih- or pavonicnil liuHluorfs -fliLher sctlhtg ill, or-closing thofc- phirfTH in tho nisii to (hv! frnnt. Mrs. IVior ,a bridr- of thnv wt'okn. !a ihh only woman 'hnro 10 volnnicer idi survicc- as u .IIUVHO Winter Excursion Rates ROUND TfllT5 FIVE MONTHS LIMIT On Sale Daily, Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st FROM ALL RAILWAY STATIONS MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN. ALBERTA AND THE KOOTENAYS GREAT BRITAIN, SCANDINAVIA AND THE CONTINENT CHRISTMAS SHIPS St. John and Liverpool Empress of 'Irolahd ...Frl., Nov. 29 Empress of Britain Fri. Dec. 13. Empress of Ireland Fri. Dec. 27 For nisorvHtloiiK of Ix.-rlliH or fur- tlier piirllculiiivi apply any rnllwiiy ngyllL. J. S. CARTER, Gen'l Agent 210 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, Man. ST. LAWRErTCE Empress of Ireland Fri.'Nov. 1 Lake Chemplaln ......'Sa't. 'Nov. 7 Empreee of Britain Fri. Nov. rt1 Lake Manitoba.....Wed. Nov. 26 Extra Sailings to Mount Temple...... Sun. Nov. '17 Lake Michigan Sun. Nov. 20 Last Sailing from St. Lawrenct ;