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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THIS UTJUiHHIOUtS WEDNESDAY, MAUCU 24, 19UO Want Revised Making cedurc to Obtain 1-and MOSTHBAU M.tff'1 rel'nrt ot Ihc land settlement committee was taken up yesterday at Vr Vcteraus' convection. This resolution comprised :-5 and in addition "Dominion lands. fuvor an invests must pay laiul. Mr. Mills, of Winnies. ailU'oaled a ihorouRh investigation the ai'.mm- but desired to sec a inorc ile'a! represcmativo of 'he hoird in Winnipeg paid by the government, was thawing the regular fe-'s m sd'Ji- lica lo that in changing hiud, titles for soldiers. .Mr. Morten, of Ontario, old not ation of bla. s'arled a discussion rvhk-li lasted over an hour, in ivfctfh the I .and Set- tlement Act was discussed from every angle The amendment took the ad- uiinlslratiou ot ilie Laud Settlement Act severely lo-ask and called for an investigation the reorganization ot the central board of this adminis- tration. This amendment was finally ndopled atier the defeat of an amend ment to the aaieiiilnient whith Mr C'amcroii. of Saskatchewan, did ihink that an investigation would do any eooil. and declared that Hie. buird'had done v.-ork In bis prov. ince. Mr. Pool, of Edmonton, also sup- ported tte amenduient, vjiile 1, 11. Martinson, ol Manitoba, was ono of Us opponents. The rejolution on land sett'emenl as among other things, quested the governments of the Do- alely. In proposinB tho ameiidnjem. Uaco declared ilia', contrary to prom- ises made to the soldiers in the trenches, the government had not ac- tually given them much greater privi- leges refardius land settlement than bate heen accorded 10 '.he lowest typo ot foreigners In this country. Sir. in seconding tho amendment, said that iba soldier set- tlement scheme merely a scheme In Bwnrop areas'for the purpose ot re- clamation. Complete Treatment That Glues Gratifying Results O.Tr. j "I hsd MI attach of U'eifing i'cztma so bad thitrnyclotb.eswould be vret through at times. I'orfour months, Isun'erwUerribi.v, I could get no relict anlil't tried Altogether, I Ime used three boica oP'Soothi-SaliV'sud two of gin entirely well." G. NY. HALL. Both these favorite remedies aia loM Vy dealers at 50o. a boi, 6 for j-.JO, or sent on receipt of price by I'ruil-a-tiTes Limited, OtUvta. put up in Uial siro which sells for 26o, First Lord of Admiralty An swers Question in No Word of Refugd HEADS CONCILIATION BOARD OTTAWA, March V. B Mcli. Young, ot Priucs Albert, has been appointed chairman ot Iho Uo of conciliation which Is investigating the dispute between the Canadian Fish Cold Storage, Limited, o Prince Rupert, its employees. The. uthor members of Iho board are S. P McMordlo and George Kuilderhun. Canadian Associated the house of commons yeeterday, replying to tho question whether 1;