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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DKCKMBKn 7, THE LETHBRIDUE DAILY HERALD FIVE IF YOU DO NOT LIKE BETTER THAN THE YOU HAVE'BEEN USING GET YOUR MONEY BACK BEST BY TEST Winnipeg, .Dec. M. -Vanton. president ol Illo patriotic war fund for .Manitoba. an interview yester- day expressed Ms views on the ques- tion of coliscrintioii. Mr. Nalllon be- lieves that an immediate enrolment should be made of all main Canadians between the ages of sixteen and sixty. The method be suggests is that the same system and agencies bo em- jiloyed as In a general election. A special feature of his plan is Hill the classification in all cases should be done locally, and not la Ottawa. He IB of the opinion llir-l a million cards thrown into offices in Ottawa would produce a congestion- from which or- der would never evolved. He fur- ther suggests that attor the classifica- tion is completed, every Canadian should bo in possession of a, badge which would indicate Ills standing. Mr Nanton's plan would divide all (Canadian men into five classes. The first consists of those too old or too vonnr the Second of those who have ilreadv been turned down by the mill lary authorities, tho third of those who cannot be spared from the civi i life of the country, Ihe fourth of I those available men who can bo.spar oil. and the fH'lh aliens. lie would provide In the lllaCL similar badges for all to show that thev were enrolled. At a later date he 'would movide special badges lor classes one. two, three and five, leav- ing the fourth class with the first Indee citizens would be required '-'ar'their cSislingiiiBhhig badge or pav Uio.iiemiUy- Mr Nauton believes strongly -in conscription and suggests this method of universal enrolment as a first step. yesterday con- curred in tho ilocblou of a Calgary magistrate to thu thl'.t a.innn may havo as much Honor In Ills priv- ate dwelling as liu wishes so long as it is for his use ami no at-1 tempt is made to sell it, when ho dismissed I. .1. lllloy. churned with having Iliiiior for sale on bis prem- ises, 315-llh St. S. lltloy.wfis arrostoil liy Deti'ltives I-lcakclll ar.d Schoeppe last Thm-iday night and 11 botlles of rye wore founil in tho shack, lllloy swore lliiu morulns that they were for his own nso, so the charge was dismissed. Tuesday afternoon Leslie Olarl: was convicted ami filled on a cliai-Bo of keeping liquor In her boarrt- (Rpcclnl 10 the Ilorald) Ferula, Dec. marked favor with which iho poultry men, as well as the public, havo shown the several exhibits at the poultry and pet slock show now on view bore, has put cour- arc into tho hearts of many of the owners of prize winners, and they are preparing to send Illdr oxhibils to the Lethbridge and Medicine Hat shows. E. Phillips, of the Penile associa- tion, is going io Nelson next week to attend "the provincial poultry show there, which begins on the I2th and runs four days, as a delegate Iron! the Kooteuay district. Joseph lladen, who has rendered universal .satisfaction bore as judge of oxhibils, leaves tonight for Loth- bridge, where lie will act in the same onil'Ilint; liquor was withdrawn. The, charge a'gainst Helen Hubert of keep-j ing liqi'.or in her boarding house was dismissi What ihe Press Agents Say GOOD BREAD Most Healthful Food Known; Also Cheapest No other food combines the quali- ties so necessary to nourish tlm body, t contains far more- nourishment aiii- 'troiiKlh than the same quantity ol meat anr tho relative cost is flvo times less. Ibis is a vital fact which the! housewife, should hoed carefully broad can possibly bo better than the flour tln.1 made it. Cood flour should be milled from only the finest, choicest wheat, should be spot lossly clean and pure. Norn alter now cheap any inferior flour may be, it is false economy to purchase and bake bread from such flour. It represents a saving of a few cents at the lime at the greater expense of the human sys- lem, sooner or later. In oilier words, the body is being deliberately cheated out of it's demands for proper nourish- ment. One reason why so many housewives always Insist emphatically that their grocers deliver Ogilvie's Royal House- hold Flour is that it can always be de- pended upon for producing wliolosomo, deliciously-flavored loaves of full food TOBEffldffiS Toronto, Out.. Dec. more chaplains are to leave Canada with expeditionary forces, according to or- ders, which have been out from Ottawa, to the general officers com- "lu-re will be oni-