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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIK urrnnmnni- n HT-RALO, OCTOBER 29, Irocf rruni i peniUliires won1 to -1.'? neces- sary. ilif in luriLir-itni tbJl ibo tK-cttdt care flioulj be uk-ii lo a.vuM tuy action ihii u-.iJ '-.J ihe soldier frcia hU U Tras or f l.', ihe best teieroii of tha sold- unnui'ly lets iheinselvc-j lljn Tte-" figures are d unduly upon iiio in for per.iioa :md concur in ite.v 'all Uio crij I3L-1K-V ;o s'J ttlil Will E! end Sf-f-irlLcu-. Praises Re-eilsblishmert Work 4 As the- Etsor.V. irf Uit? 'work as SHY.- larrloi i'j sevor.il :tey lha: the nl soM- will: cor.Juions len hi; "From the evidence auducea and from Qffltial statements presented Vy the several departments concerned YDur committee finds ihil the total oipeniiiure for pensions and various Trort to March ,11. IS'-'C. will anwuflt approxi- mately to uot Includ- ing any part ol the cost of deoiboillca- cun, 'The- total aEiotisit eifendej. or to to cxpeutliid tor re-establish-1 work now CArrioJ on anounts to SC1. together H froni! If liucleJ amounts I and unJor the solJler act. .hnv rcniaias a ether The fnaiici.il of consliiere-I :ind the opinion IB tJjal. as Lhero U llctle like-' of Ihe Dominion bcirhg ablii lo borrow the large neoded lo cany ?ui the proposed gratuity schemes, or :.ny portion ct It. id either Jirlt- o v.iiti i coa- ct I'i 100 st nick work carriei i'-ior-s of ihe same, the ihe ci Ihe nT Ihff administrA- live in.icairu'ry ihe spirit that every ci the ar-d general results ach- no: it t3 bo IhuL EC; razdo r.nd The ir.o-jlry heM i? tour.cl lo le.-.J io sin or Lha Uiiiltrd States, it raasi be I r-ised In the DdnilnlOD. On this toe) report says: Can't Borrow It Here "An utier.ipi to borrow severs! hun- dred of dollar IE addttoin lo the amount notv required to be raised i hy th? crnitns Vlrtory loan, would, de-1 the narlvet for our securities, greaMy injure our credit both In Ciii-! 2tii and atroad cud ucdoubtedly pre-1 ijdice QoJatfon o( 1hc' Victory lcs.n i-seir. Your committee: zre rle.-rly the lha'. the sums of money can no! be raiaed' by us linanrial rrfpur-J of the Dominion are uoL ir.ore I in the il.r.e your adequate to prorlje Lbo very fer-U upon to report lomniiuaeuls alread cbo fcas Veen revels- 1 quired for ibe nn-lp ard re- 1 neeiLs of the} of tee chnrirtor arid riLeni of its TVvirk carried rn. Thf? parilcu'ar- lo Ib lori" civil i at of country. Any to raise '.he .irnoun.'s bevonj these re- pylreraents '.rouli! Injuriously affect L and bring about the credit of iin-ierSakon r, that i? under-1 condition? sprloufly the wel- etcrd and aprret-lateJ bv paTlliiuer.1. Uarp ot all cpoiions of ihe conmiunlly, :the ir acd LV :nary ot Ir.rludins the relumed 50ldlers them. 'trju The -wor'-c tt.o sa'ier board is equally The icates the beard, on the one tcct ib.n beil Interests c? tha retnrncfl -Tien themselves as well as the inter- >sis o[ the ?talD. Costs To Date Charqts Heavy Ths repart asserts that annual In- rest charges ol vould .Jstir'ias'a rloar rrasp'of ils n-ork, jaayc 10 oc s-lrted far each nd on the riher, ibzt it has tstc-n [borrowed iir.d says: nrecnutlcrn to pro- "Your committee is of Hie opinion hat sufiictent difficulty Till te ei- rerlenced by parliament nn devising irays and means lo meet the annual Inleresl charges payable on ihe public debt already, creaicci or whicli must created to.meet tOEimitL meni5.f" The report-'contlnues: "The argamsat' advanced that If the trar had continued (or an other year or hunureils of mil- lions required for war purposes'vrould hare been raised In some way and tlist for this resson, there shoifld ba no difficulty In, realizing whatever Is re quired to meet the suggestions- now put forward. Your commutee can aot this line of reasoning. 1m rnedlatcly close o? the war Canada bad. lo provide not only for war expenditures, tut for recoc. jlruclion and re-establishment eipen dilures 05 Rcferouco has al ready teen niads to these andilhcl H Is fbe combina'Lfon and cul minatlon of thi? huge expenaitun within "i" period of -12 or IS mbntas '.vhlcn makes it impossible In a conn- iry such BS to raise large sums h the near Forperfeclstyle, fit and finish ask fpr.glovts (Cobtipueil Irom Frool Page) 1 Choice E C Drary.-of Simcoe. Ont, the well-Xnown agriculturist leader, again spparenily the likely -posElbillty "for gov- erhment loadership and the post ol premier of Ontario, separate conven- tions o( .ihe' United Farmers of On- tario, and the Independent-Labor party opened here ledny'lo.scUIe'tot mat- ter. is given-to tne situ- ation today by the report [hat the Liberals liav.e'now. officially approacb- en-lhe'fanners vith" for entering the proposed Farmer-Labor coalition, on the understanding, it is said, that one or two portfolios in the ncK cabinet will go to tkelr mem bers. The United Farmer members and candidates met In their tie ad quarter 3 and the lade pendent- Labor party met at the Labor Ttmple to coneiler the reporls of the respec tlve commltlcDS In regard to the coali lion, leadership and general policy Nothing wag offfcialty announced, ba It stenied to he Inc popular hint from jbolh caucuses tliat E, C. Drury "woald i get the leadership, There Is nt doubt about the fact tbat Ihe co.iimil i tecs of both farmers and labor organ fzaUons have agreed on the get-to ge'.hfct policy and It Is thought tha alliance, temporarily at least, nil is qalcfclj- accomplished. Tomorrow Ihciu mill he a Joint con or the U.K.O. and Labor par k3 T.-Iih ogrcemenl fo united action on all' a view to lating over-Lbe reins gorc-rnmant Jrr the provlnct ol 0 x J, J. Morrison, secrelary u L'nlled Farmtrn of Ontario, toaj spoken ol aa a second rhoke fu leatitf-ablp ao4 Sir Adam BecJt thlr choka TORONTO In Ccnfra of Shopping and District 250 ROOMS PATTERSON-BELL HAY GRAIN CO.' Offer excellent Green Oai .Straw, hortta.and.cat- lie.. Shipped free freight to ycur very cheap, 15Gi3, to Tclegrapfi over the Unfon Bank. Do Et (ons of Rye..Grass artd, Lfnthrsshco1 diet 'Darripf's; 26S ______________.J JUDGMENT RESERVED WINNIPEG. Oct. wa reserved by Patterson In Ih case of nishop lludka, when the Irf was brought to a close lortay. The charges pressed against the "bishop were Failure to register as an enemy alien and to report once a month. Two witnesses were called inday to prove tho good character of the Austrian prelate. Gc. Szkwarek, M.A., rlireclor of.- the Ruthenian erlucatinnal SC. nbnltacc. to loyally and patriotism of Ihe defend, nnt and H. Keener that tlic bishop dorTe considerable rcerult- 'ng tor (lie Hutncnlan forestry detach- A jHmlJoril in .Grand Forks, discorcrcil n tnrant was keeping (en logs.' n