Mr. MACKENZIE KING:
If my hon. friend had been as busy as I have been during the past twenty-four hours, he would have found it difficult to arrange conferences for all purposes. There is no question about the hon. the leader of the opposition, Mr. Speaker and myself being able to agree on what will be considered fair by the house generally That, I think, ought to be a sufficient answer. There is no desire to discriminate in any way.