Sir HENRY DRAYTON:
Well, the life
line is already thrown out, and it is grabbed enthusiastically by hon. gentlemen opposite. I am anxious that this House, Mr. Speaker, shall have its hands untrammelled in doting what it thinks ought to be done and doing it now, and not in some other day within the future, and I am just trying to trace exactly how this thing works out. Is it intended to help the depositors? One would hardly think so. If it was to help the depositors there would be a plain straight declaration on the face of the very order in council itself showing that the government was not committed in the slightest degree to help out a depositor to the extent of one single sou. Oh, no, that was not the intention. What was it done for?