February 1, 1916 (12th Parliament, 6th Session)

LIB

George Perry Graham

Liberal

Mr. GRAHAM:

No. I thought I had' in my possession here a clipping from somewhere, but I cannot find it just now. It was to the effect that in the county of Lanark, not far removed from here, a vote-came up in the town *council of Perth, or *it may have been the county council. The-suggestion had been made that the council make a grant for the supply of a: kitchen to a local battalion. The proposal was carried on a fie vote. Those opposed to the motion said that they were not opposed to doing everything possible on, behalf of their country, but that they believed it to be the duty of the Government to supply kitchens.

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