Foreign News: Conservative Victory

In the Province of Nova Scotia,* for 43 years a Liberal stronghold, a general election was held.

It was conceded, in view of the Cape Breton mining strike (TiME, Apr. 20, June 22), which was accompanied by violence and severe economic depression, that the Liberals would lose a few seats, that Labor would hold its own, that the Conservatives would make insignificant gains.

Results provided an unexpected and roaring avalanche of victory for the Conservatives, who carried 39 out of 43 of the seats in the Legislature. Liberals secured three seats and a Labor candidate,...

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