Right Hon. W. L. MACKENZIE KING (Leader of the Opposition):
Yesterday I mentioned to my right hon. friend the acting leader of the government (Sir George Perley) that I would inquire to-day of the government as to the possibility of this house concluding its sittings by Easter, and in the event of it not being able so to do, what the plans of the government might be. I expressed the hope that if anything in the nature of an adjournment were necessary because of not having the business completed, it might be a very brief adjournment and that we might reassemble as soon after Easter as possible.