Mr. FRANK OLIVER (Alberta).
There is a great tendency in the House to run from special cases to generalities. It is impossible to bring up any question, let it be great or small, but forthwith the general politics of the country must be tagged on to it on one side or the other. This question of a proposed minimum valuation of horses certainly has two sides. It is brought up by those who are interested in breeding horses, as distinguished from those who are using horses. It is a question for the House to consider whether the interests of the country at large are to be best served by conforming to the idea of the rearer of horses or of the user of horses. We cannot be on both sides-at least all of us cannot be on both sides of every question all the time.