Right Hon. W. L. MACKENZIE KING (Prime Minister):
As hon. members are
aware, the house will not sit on Monday of next week. My attention has been drawn to the fact that a number of hon. members will desire to leave the city early on Saturday afternoon or evening for the week end. Before the hon. leader of the opposition (Mr. Bennett) left for the west, I had a word with him with respect to having morning sittings begin next Saturday, and I understood the hon. gentleman was agreeable to that. I have just learned from my friend the acting leader of the opposition (Mr. Guthrie) that he understands .that will be satisfactory to the members of his party. If it is agreeable to hon. members generally, I should like to move the necessary motion at once, so that hon. members may arrange their plans accordingly; if ther.e is any desire to debate the motion, I would let it stand as a notice. If J;he house is agreeable, I move that we return to Notices of Motion.
Subtopic: MORNING SITTINGS