the Post Office Department - a y*- * ;he file, and when they come act blBit ite and confidential letter, to' ^ Tk
:o the House. I deny'that statem
has never been done during the time I have been a member of this House, unless h may have been under an order of the fl°use that some member of the opposi-*ut obtained. If hon. gentlemen opposite ®ould take advantage of hon. gentlemen on *his side they were not very particular, so as they could serve the party interests, out I deny that any private letter written by a Conservative member to the Conservative -government was ever brought down to this Wouse during the time of that government. Ihey reserved to themselves the right to say Miether they would produce such a document or not. Now, I wish to call attention to *he debate which occurred the other day, "'lien the Finance Minister got livid and h'hite in the face with rage on account of Jhe hon. leader of the opposition submit-this memorandum to the House. But I expected that the ex-Minister of Rail-mays was going to speak on that occasion,
1 Would have referred to the very incident to J-lUch the exiMinister of Railways has re-;'eH'ed to-day. I was going to point out that llle Finance Minister himself was guilty of a Worse charge than the leader of the opposition. il have been long enough in .this Mouse to know that when hon. gentlemen °fiPosite howl about purity and morality, all that sort of thing, that is the time to veeP an eye on them.