Yes. Hon. gentlemen are pleading for the farmers, and it has been said that the farmers will not get in on this. The hon. member for Dufferin (Mr. Best) last night was worried about the farmers, but let me say to that hon. gentleman and others on the opposite side that they would do well to look out for the farmers, for there is no doubt whatever that the farmers, to use the common expression, will fix them all right. In the county of Dufferin, where, in the old days, a Liberal candidate was lucky to save his deposit, and where the present member (Mr. Best) was elected in 1917 by 2,500 or mdre, in the last provincial election, a U.F.O. candidate carried the seat by a majority of about 600. I am not worrying about the farmers, and II am quite ready to take my chance with the farmer and the Unionist, and I shall be glad to meet on common ground with any Tory.
Topic: DOMINION FRANCHISE ACT.