The hon. gentleman was complaining to us about the death of Mr. Hays. He diid not say that there was no one to take his place, but if there has been some one to take his place, then what is the difference? He died, as the hon. gentleman states, and I only added the essential factor to make his complaint commonsense. What did we hear the other day? We heard the other day from the hon. member for St. John that the folly of the Canadian Northern was really fathered by this Administration, that the mountain section was away out of the Liberal mind altogether, and that they had no thought of such a thing as a third transcontinental railway through the mountains.