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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, THE LCTHBRtoGK; DAILY HK1ULD Convention'Will Held Dur- t of Lofty Ideals. NEW YOfttt June Canad- ian and British war veterans in various parts of the States will assemble at the Hotel Coujmodore, New York, dur- ing the last wfeek in Juna for the first national convention of British Great War of America.-inc. This organliatlou; launched in July, 1919, at Iv mfrCUng'hold in Madison Square Garden, attained rapid- ly' importance. The be rah! york'eonunaiid a mam- lp ;0f >'f hundred, and la istilntfn have-large and fldur: Chicago com- York In Lynn, Man- chester. F Jtl-Bfidgeport, Conn.; Phil dolpiU; N. J., fes.cK .while new; ap- pl 1 cations' for are teing filed t Thef Brillsli Qrtat .War Veterans of tte' distinction of recogulMd: by tte British it Washington. It IS also, p'fdud'of 'the fact that the Prince ot .iiem- qualified ani! who keeps tio fTo foster jvpirlt, of prldolin the Cinaduih untforoi during rhem is no bir to color, race 'or creed; )ut to be eligible for membership the applicant must have served under the British colors have received in lonorable discharge. The New York coinmsnd, which Js Lbe In the recent iy held a most successful athletic meet In which five silver cups weri com- peted for In special 'events. Two of thssa vera presented by. the .Canad- ian government, and one each by -the British coosiil-generz) at Js'6W York lie president of the nisociation, 'and the president bl the Canadian ciub ol New York. Sir. Robert .Borden, 'he British consul-general and General Sir Arthur Currie'were patrons ot tha day. Ciul) rooms Save been secured and 'the veterans will go in for an ambitious social program. U rood crecM.' Perfulr Miilnl frw on Jwige .Robsohi retarding the latter'! resignation from.tic chairmanship ot the'. Board of .Commerce, Sir George Foster said that such correspondence, SB was in'the. public interest, would be brought down, On this understand insr; Mr.' Lemieui's motion was adopted. AH Issues Troubling Discussed Scarborough. _ I for buildinj _ corpniclei Ibtrelj tnrieliLni and lotlifjim takei. it.tie Hood tke. d dlKMt BVvJ, 0. mQlNBOTHAM