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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .1.1'N.K I. LOlfl TJIIv M-rrillHlIDGK DAILY PACK ELEVEN FOR WING Ilklsrn b Jlld thai Ihu titan I Conlinunuon of Hie bu.meai leave on' a icreal number of i profits lal aroused much Interest and iniclcs u blxlier linn was lo '.was spoken ol by. sevnal raauuliclur- p in Income Tax is Ap-' Some Liberals. May Support Dudgel OTTAWA. June T.-Kaceil Ihe of raising revenue or reduc- ing tlie coat of living the finance ruin- Islcr-has choten lo raise revenue. Sir Thomas While's long awiUed budget Mieech vi aa a compromise all along ihe line, itndlng no one- inlo ectlacy. Iileasjh; laobt ol Ite supporters ot I'n Ion government, and arousing criticism frura' train'gtowen and opposition members because ol its talluro to deal adetiualely wlltl coslof-llvins dlftlcul- ibe finince milliner nniilied, reading hit speech the debate wai ad- journed and flocked lo Ibe lobby wbirc they eigorly dlicussed the iariff c'nangea. So numerous and lorco before Ihu wjr. It is understood crs. lhat Hie arlicloa against wblch ibe In.tUe Urllf- lie showed thai the j seTeu ,nj a half percent, Burial re- counlry's net debt by ilurcli Jlat. IMO were lon3iaered important from I would ii-ach whirl, would Definite reduc-1 email a burden ot llMS o, fvc t.cnt! rer; In Interest charges anil on cuftee and three cents per! HO.OOO.OL'D would bo ncn-ssary annual-. gll Brllish and tbe ly tor pemiona (or many years jrcB of whc-at. whCf-l flmir.'! come. Tbe liouso sal benumbed undcn j jnj-pomoes liuni countries which du ;o5t- a customs duly on such I Iroiu Canada In continued. 5 evident lhal the lio recila'.lou of Ihcse slaggerln ure" and even under announcements of liriff changes mide little deaion- 1 not Shrapnel A Saturday Column of Inter- est io The Oreal War Veterans luxuries of Hie. hope lhal ihia committee will go to wort will! Iho full intenlion of set- ting at Ibo root of ibis stult of affairs. hsve had men le- lurn to our clly and district Ironi overseas ihis week, which tu prove that the military ;iulhorllk.i I mubl have got a move on over [n KnE nd lately. Comrade J. R. Palmt-r U leaving lu- Iglit to attend Ibe Donrnlou t'.. A. convention. s'lrallou. As Sir Tfioniai proceeded i iecllon of the- miff gavo ill emphasis was placed on lue necet- j goTernmelu concc-ru. for t this Involved are iho altc.-allom Out not lev men said Ibey reserve judgment unlll they could Bluiy Ihe budget In cold type. It was anpsrenl Thuriday night that three or four members of tlie opposition wbo are iutereJltd In manufacturing would tb.V b_udgel., Vt'V's ol colo'Jil ilobl nhlch will Canadian finance for many years, was flrjBnce mlLlsler's main l In plannhiB possibla chanBe; l and cominer- SllJ clal eipansloll rjthel (ban on Lie bur- dens o( the high cost ol livlue and be now ulout strong, and OurluB Iho two weoks we bavo bad orer applli-allons froui return- ms'.eil Ibi; V. A. land the proposals ingenious, lo cc uriia ui ...v ,.Qn.eirt nianufilcturrra- ill called for ine treatesl posBlblo deereo of production lor. tie counliy's reel- Ihe''ourre'nt year IIIM aa 3 war year his plaii.wH'to or-1 from Canada ro ilinary cipsn'diturej out of ordinary, jha wilh ratl. by Ainer- fleli revenue and borrow the balance. Thlil icfln nanafaciuKH from-Cbicaso c.oramltleE.O lienjste eastern manufacturrrs-in arc joining up. A eiecutivc meaBurc for Ihe sllglil reduction In the was held last Monday ulgbt duly on. Implements-, the gumo iuiponani business was has made an arrangement' witll the (ranjacied. railways for Ihe ol the Mr. J. W. Milchell. director of lab- of Alberta; Mr. secretary, rcpairiatlon year'f lolal aipcnrtiliire would lne Canadian west, thus enabling Can- narier of Hie lloavd of Tensions' IG20 wbilc iho onlinary revenue adjan to'lhis client to i Commissioners. were vliilors was'estlmated at only In Ihe mid-, i0 our cluS .rooms on Anolior domestic, loan would be ncces- but how to bridge the pap and ____ sitisly Iho people, weary v-'itn tunpnl 'ut removal of Ihe M' hnrdcns anil suffering from indiislnal Qn ,-oai. -Kir Thomas iiurost. was his problem. Sir Thomas nwll Wljrdi ml- lhc nt announced arnlfl 'applause tin rqppal of lUa Urltlsli preferential rate or die. Western Stales In return for lllis [night..-Mr. Jlentpu of Calgary who did 'concession the railways will set' Ibe ]f.a mucli good wort for the Saskatche own words oii Hie 'meaning changes iu tlie Implements were us follows: ing the 7 l-'4 per cent wan Command was also a visitor lo the club on''Wednesday. All these via .llore are lopklog lo having a ar duty 1COMET LETHBRIDGE On MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAYv: Jiine 9th, lOth, llth OF IUB m ma" v-------- i war-ttnio jurlai'or five per cent, bu I ._......._... when crstno lo Iho seven and half j our proposals If adopted M; House, will provide (or a lolal re- irliiciion under general tarirt'frani 27 1-2 to 15 per cent on irjHivatbri. harroiys. liorse-raties, seed drills, plan' ura apreaders, ami ivecders.'and com- jilete'parts thereof, "porlable engines aiiil.lrac'llon engines for fanii purposes-- horse' powers and threshing maclTiries. separators and appliances therefore. On hayloailefs. polatoo or (teil grain crushers, facn'- ins mills, hay' tedders, farm road or field jiost hole anil olhcr asricullural rmplemcntu tnc- solution will provide' for a total-re- duction In Iho ra'le from 3! 50; per cent and a Elmilar-rcducllon" of farm wagons. In the case ot ceinotil iho war .customs duty will .be rcpealec) nnd the general tariff rate will be re- duced to eight cents per hundred .pounds, a reduction of two cents from the present general Inrift rate, i In jualilicalion ol the failure lo mako further tariff changes Sir Thomas announced the government's intention lo undertake a tliiiry commencing probably in the coming nulumii when condlllons are moro stabilized ao that the laritt could be revised inlclllgenily. His statement Hint thorn would bo immed- iately a'heavy Increase In income tax lariJf agrlculturil I'busy-lime, at." Vancouver at the Dom liiiou conTentlon- tvueu ihis take place.. v H is a good' omen and ahowp we are on" Ihe "right irall when Save, .me ;ionor 10 lie coiigralula' b" local labor' organizations on th success ire' liive aualncd ill luepm ibings movinfe'in' the city during thes troubleso'niellmes. 'A'comnilllee ll to ba formed from ihe, ranlis of the Vets for tha.pur- Investigating iho