Would hon. members permit me to use the word "bluster"? I will
Grain Board-Mr. Ralston
withdraw the word "bluff." My right hon. friend may bluster on the platforms of western Canada with regard to what this government has done for the western wheat grower, but the latter will have a very vivid and lively recollection of the fact that he is in competition with his own wheat which he thought was off the market, and that the market is very largely lost to him. My right hon. friend is only anticipating his own downfall when he makes su'ch statements.
Will the hon. member permit me a question?
To show whether his party
is going to be returned' to power, I would like to have him indicate any section of Canada where there is any public enthusiasm for him or his party or his leader. There certainly is none in my constituency.
If my hon. friend will
consider four out of five ridings in which by-elections were held recently, he can find that out; and there were also a couple of by-elections which took place the year before.
I am referring not to byelections but to a general election.
Is the hon. member for or
against the bill?
At six o'clock the house adjourned, without question put, pursuant to standing order. Thursday, June 13, 1935