Sir ROBERT BORDEN:
I shall, of course, be very happy to hear any suggestions the right hon. gentleman has to offer in that regard, but I would like to make this observation: The incident which seems to have provoked the first disturbance in the city of Quebec is an incident which has occurred hundreds, if not thousands, of times in other parts of the country, and has had no such results as those which' occurred on Thursday last. That might perhaps be borne well in mind.
Subtopic: DISTURBANCES IN QUEBEC-STATEMENT BY THE PRIME MINISTER.