Before the committee
rises I think the hon. member for Muskoka should withdraw the statement he made.
I suggest that the hon.
member be given the opportunity to see what is reported in Hansard, and I am sure if there has been a violation of the rules he will withdraw.
I am prepared to prove every statement I made, and I will not take back anything I can prove.
Mr. KING (Kootenay):
My hon. friend
cannot make the statement about me that I am telling untruths.
I did not say that.
Mr. MACKENZIE KING:
We have the
assurance of the leader of the opposition that, after the hon. member has had an opportunity of looking at Hansard, if anything unparliamentary has been said he will be prepared to withdraw it. I think that is satisfactory.
At eleven o'clock the house adjourned, without question put, pursuant to standing order. Wednesday, June 6, 1928