Right Hon. W. L. MACKENZIE KING (Prime Minister):
Mr. Speaker, the House
will have noticed that I have on the order paper a motion, to come up to-morrow, that when the House adjourns on Wednesday the second of June, 1926, it stand adjourned until Friday the fourth of June, 1926. That is to permit of an adjournment over the King's birthday. I believe that the members generally are anxious that we should lose as little time as possible in bringing the work of the session to an end.
Subtopic: WEDNESDAY AND EARLY SITTINGS