Mr. Solon E. Low (Peace River):
Mr. Speaker, those who have preceded me have in fact spoken for all of us. There is little that I 'can add to what has been said already by way of tribute to this great man except to say that while I was a member of the Alberta government I was more or less closely associated with Art, who was the crown prosecutor in Calgary for a good many years. During those years of close association I learned to admire his great capacity, his great abilities and to know him for the lovable character he was.
When I came to the House of Commons and shared with him membership in this assembly I learned to love him even more. On behalf of our group I want to say that we do join in the gracious and loving tributes that have been paid this morning to our departed friend, and join with others in extending to Mrs. Smith and the family our deep regrets and assuring them that we are with them in spirit at this time of their trouble.