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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE SEVEN 1LMOVEFORA TELEGRAPH Oft'. Of C, P. N. WANT .MORE WAGES OFIARIFFUW Fruk OUvcr to PncipUate Imporiut Wlunlpeg. op- erators of Hie Canadian Pacific rail- way are to make demands uixm ths company tor Increased ea, to (10 niouln. lMlliifs have liWB lield by men trom all over Including the OIHtUln of cpmnauy. A new schedule has been twUllva- lr agreed v Tills'will be to th( com- pany officials aVie and forwarded to Montreal for (Lul Ottawa, budget debate WM advanced i Jrj the commons today. isiruMl debate was con- cluded, an4 house went Into com mlttM to coulter Sir Thomas White's ntclutlaa IB detail. Tie lanoiuice- wu made br Han. Frank Oliver that on the tmnd reading of these rHolnttons he pre-poted to COOTS as an aneoixQenl a. revolution calling tor a downward revision of tho tariff. This InilcUd that there wlllbe a full dren on tie tariff geneially In com- mittee aj a remit of which tbe post- lions' of tbe two political parties well known laeiwe player In the early days. Corp. Fraser Is listed as bsvlnf entlated from Lacombe, where he bu brothers, bat r.o was st Coutts t (he time he Joined tho artillery. Other Southern Albertans lifted as .rounded today are I'te. J. Gaskl'l or Treicrs, and Pte. J. G StnplMon of Uanyberries, who were both with the Infantry. fee outlined tlon. In the cveul of an elec- The following reluming of. fleers In the various ridings Cor tbe provincial election OB June T: Nell D. Ross, Cereal. Beaver Langerln, St. YincenL Bow .3. Playfalr, London, Nay EdTari jon said the proposed changea )n the admiralty had a two-fold object. The rirst was to free the tint set lord and tho beads of the naval staff so tar as possible, from admtu-Mrallve work In order that they might con- centrate their attention on Impbrlint war Issues. Tho second was to slrenglhen Ibe shipping, building and production de- partments of tbe admiralty by. pro- Tiding an organization comv.arabla with that which supplies .'.he army with munitions. It waa further Intended to develop and utlllzo to tbe best advantage Ibe whole shipbuilding resources of the country and as tar as possible to con- centrate the whole organization under one, authority. Owing lo tho extent of tho shipping woir FSDX- PAQI) There was nothing particularly new on tie budget. Opposition mem- bers repeated thMr criticisms ot tbe proposals of 3rr Thomas Whl'.e. The majority of them criticised the excess b'ulrieu tax on tho score that It Is not wide euougti IB Us application, but E. YT- Neahltt, ot North Oxford, ob- jected to It on tbe ground that It would -drive capital out of Canada. There a general demand tor nn Jaconw In, while Robert Orulse, ot IJaupMn, wanted a lax on land values. F. B. Carvell criticised tbo minister for maUeg-hfs wflr loans taxation free.. He 'said It bad made tbo Imposi- tion .of. .an. Income tax lu Uie future practically Sr Theaaa White, replying lo that