I do not know whether hon. gentlemen opposite think they can (lo in this House as they thought to do in the Agricultural Committee, prevent me from expressing myself and defending my position bv bullying and interruptions They were not successful there, nor will they be here Nor will they succeed by piling up misstatements in regard to myself or throwing out vile insinuations, a thing ot which we find them to be very capable. Though they may judge other people by their own standards we have to consider where these things come from. In regard to the state meats made deliberately by the hon. member for East Elgin that in the Agricultuial Committee I threatened Mr. James M. Ma-coun with horse-whipping I wish to say that that statement is absolutely untrue.
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