February 22, 1926 (15th Parliament, 1st Session)

LIB

Willis Keith Baldwin

Liberal

Mr. BALDWIN:

I am not directed from
that side of the House. The other day in the corridor a big, burly fellow who was walking alongside the hon. member for Royal (Mr. Jones), came up to me and put his clinched fist close to my face. I straightened myself up and went closer to him, saying: "What does this mean?" When he saw that I was not afraid of him he withdrew a little and said: "I wish every damned member in this
House that is against Meighen could be sent to Mexico and made a target for the Mexican bandits."

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