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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1920 THE LETHBRlDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN discharge or retirement from the army. This privilege is open only to September 1, 1921. Comments on Sugar Order Montreal dangerous pre- cedent has been set up. 1( the effect of the sugar order will be the preven- XJTTAWA, Oct. tiou of America and others from sell- to the amount of !ng sugar In Canada, then the United nearly has been issued by suites -would be perfectly justified the Dominion government since the in ordering that Canadian wheat Returned Soldiers' Insurance'Act he- should not be allowed to be sold In cams effective. Already about America. American farmers have has been .received in premiums and been complaining thaj Canadian wheat hundreds of inquiries are being re- has been forcing down the prlco ot c'elved at the head office ot the depart- home grown wheat." ment'here.', The majority of- policies Issued so far have been for J5.000, the maximum Edmonton Board has undertaken a precedent which it cannot carry.through. Tho toard amount that may be obtained under should lie over-ruled by the govern- the act by an individual. An outstand- mout without delay. That It has ilia ing tacit iu connection with the opera- legal right to prohibit importation.hes lion of. returned soldiers' insurance ueen quebVioned before. It la surprls department Is that most of the policy ins it it has: In any case, its do holders ore fit men. Thoischeiue was cislon cannot be allowed to stand.' originally Intended for returned men Prince'Albert will-lie ex of .Impaired physical condition who cccdingly difficult for the government were unable to obtain'life insurance to explain to a priceroverwhelmed from insurance companies, but a very people ,tho reason for its action in h CHURCH OF ENGLAND COMPUTES: CENTURY'S WORK IN WEST DETROIT, Oct. M.Mlvgblfl Jennings today tendered his re- manager of the Detroit baseball club, to take effect Immediately. MEMBERSHIP IN ARMY AND NAVY VETS VICTOKhf, Oct. Canadian MM IS IIP now in hands which may lead to the (JiEclosure of more may teaij.'tp.-tho jet been dreamed of. I believe that all attempts to reform baseball' by new Iribuuals should lio deterred until we know 'who's wbo In baseball.1 "Some people havii been made sore' >y the exposures already made. I believe the developments of the coni- ng week will.be even more surprls- ing to the public." _ militia ot Canada shall hereafter be eligible for membership In the Army and Navy Veterans' association, ac- cording ij an amendment rjade to large number of lit men are taking ml- rates. ..This Is probably duo to the {act that prem- iums must bo. paid inonthly and It Is much''easler for the manjof limited means to his Insurance. i -.-No appllfatlqniriiave been received though' the' privileges of the net are available to widows of .returned men' who died subsequent to Back Ache