Does the hon. gentleman mean to tell me that the Attorney General does not know the three cases I have mentioned? Why, he has been dreaming about them ever since. They have helped to keep him alive politically, and the hon. member for Selkirk knows that. He knows the facts just as well as the Attorney General for Manitoba. They are not so indelibly stamped on his memory perhaps as on mine, but he has seen them published from time to time, and he knows that my opponent holds his seat by virtue of the vote of the returning officer of Manitoba- the smallest majority of any minister in the Dominion. The hon. member for Lisgar (Mr. Sharpe) goes on to say:
I was elected in the constituency of Manitoba by 105 of a majority. If the government will appoint a royal commission to inquire into the lists in that constituency, and if ttev can find 106 Conservatives improperly put on that list, or 106 Reformers improperly left off, I will resign my seat.
Topic: WAYS AND MEANS-THE BUDGET.
Subtopic: W. H. PRINCE, JAS. WILLIAMS,