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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBK1DGE DAILTT HERALD WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920 Want Changes in Pension Laws Majority Favors Keeping G, W. V. A. Out of Questions are Troublesome. Forty-oae resolutions sviU be ylace.l before Dominion convention of tb? Great Veterans' Association In Montreal, by tho (iclegstes from Al- berta, Thomas of l.cth- fcridje. with George James also of Lithbrldgo. will.plare these. some recommendations. In the har.ds ct tho officials of the convention. TOP delegates leave for the oast Tuesday aitcrnrcon. Thcso resolutions cover a wide range, of subjects. Several pages arc uki-n up wiih land questions, pens- ions, settlers insurance, political ac- iloa, medical liiteutioa for eot-sotdiers. voi'Stioual training, ana somo of -Iho outclaniifng subjects dealt with. Tue veterans every man who has served overseas to bo entitled to a grant of 100 acres of land. Irrespec- tive of their present holdings. In the. resolution dealing with this It Is alleg- ed that the Soldiers' Settlement Hoard Act of 1919, discriminates against many soldiers. They want the gov- ernment to Insure every land holding returned soldier with an amount i by the. veterans in Alberts to be plac- to his loans from the S. S. B. I ed before the' Dominion contention. It Is charged that homestead laws rhS> Bre as foltoffe: allow a man who filed after being "Whsrens pensions Insufficient ecrlpted to have his services with ;to allow the pensioner to live accord- nruiT count toward his patent, IP Iho general standards accepted while a iuan who voluntarily enlisted In this country; in the war doos not get the same "Therefore be It rcsolred privilege. A resolution will bo pro- flio 0. V. A., of' Canada, petition seuteJ nsfclng for a utviLfiO In this re- the Dominion Government to Increase Rani pensions to the rate of one. dollar More Land I cent, of dlnabllHy. all pensions A corop'alnt will be made, by the Alj, i md a-lo. Tins, ground, oc FINE-giound (for TricoU-on or ifce D CHASE SANBORN these iicnslons bo paid as thoy would Nuxated Iron Helps Make amp-riant Ingredients of KiUateJ Iron (Iron Pep! onite and are very ejipeniiTC prodarts'al camptnil most other tonki. Ur.Jcr jueh circaxitiacM the tenpti> lion lo tdultentisn rubMituUoi vtrscrupulous 11 Verr the- public is teretr wcrced to carejul and see1 every El latelei "Xwzated Iron" br Hcaltb. Lib- oratories, Parit, Loadon and U. S. A., m thb the only cefiutoe article. If you ralcen other ftnaa c( iron .without SUCWM, thii proTe Nwx- atcd Iron will not help you. HtmlirtaW 1m k nit icrarrlT. but oat vbtch U TOMW t> rtrordfn mi i oWw1 Irui It eutty wdalUlid.- Inhire tie tnlh. tbnt DOT outt Itoiotrb. XuTilid Inn'tf ii euei of llrtw. bat bat- U atmitth ud hloo4 txjIMtr. (la of nit IT HI tvuea. i. in our BOMT. It U MU BT in d SOLD IN THIS CITY BY J, D. pRUGQlBT> ;