I understand his suggestion to be that after the session is over the officers of the department be instructed to look into the revaluation of lands in certain districts where it appears they were too highly valued at the time of purchase. I have received several telegrams complaining bitterly that the bill does not go further, but I realize the difficult position in which the minister is placed, and I certainly would prefer to see the bill go through as it is rather than have it withdrawn. I know of one particular case in my own district where the land was valued at $30 an acre, and I am sure it is not worth more than $10 an acre. If the officers of the department were instructed to look into such cases, I think something could be done to relieve the soldier settler of his heavy burden, and so encourage him to remain on the land. In this way the soldier himself would gain, and the country as a whole would also gain.