Mr. DANIEL McIVOR (Fort William):
Mr. Speaker, I think we have had enough speeches to-day to last us for a long time. I believe the Prime Minister (Mr. Mackenzie King) should be allowed to close this debate. It is not our business to have to sit here and listen to men read at least part of their speeches. We have not had very much that is new to-night, and' I think it would be in order at this sweet hour of the morning for the Prime Minister now to close the debate.
Subtopic: POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT IN MAINTAINING VIGOROUS WAR EFFORT-CONTINUATION OF DEBATE ON MOTION OF THE PRIME MINISTER