Mr. A. B. COPP (Westmorland):
Before the Orders of the Day aTe called, I should
like to direct the attention of the Prime Minister to a report in the Montreal Gazette of to-day purporting to give an account of the inquest held at Quebec yesterday in connection with the Quebec disturbances. The following appears in this report as the evidence of Armand Lavergne::
They then asked him, to g.o and address the crowd, and as he had previously received the offer to act as chief keeper of records of the M.S.A., in Ottawa, which he had1 refused, he thought Col. Machin was fully authorized' and accepted.
I wish to ask the Prime Minister whether Colonel Lavergne ever offered to act as chief keeper of records of the Military Ser- . vice Act in Ottawa?
Subtopic: ALLEGED STATEMENT OF ARMAND LAVERGNE.