CANADA: Butt & Rebutt

Ten p. m., eleven p. m. and midnight were the hours at which Canada's bachelor rivals for the Prime Ministry made their final campaign speeches one night last week. Bachelor William Lyon MacKenzie King (Liberal) who has been Prime Minister almost uninterruptedly since 1921 spoke at 11 p.m., had the middle word. The first and the last words of the evening were had by Bachelor Richard Bedford Bennett (Conservative) who had never been Prime Minister, ached to be.

The national issue, everyone admitted, was Conservative "Exclusion...

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