Possibly the hon. gentleman (Mr. Brodeur) may be right. Now that I come to think of it, I believe the commissioners decided-and decided against Quebec, did they not ?-but allowed an appeal if the parties were not satisfied. So. if it! is before the courts it is olne of the matters still unsettled.
Sir WILFRID LAuRIER. We expect to take up the' Supply Bill, then the resolution of tlie Minister of Militia (Sir Frederick Borden) and, in that connection the subject brought up by the hon. member (Mr. Foster) about cutting down the militia establishment.