CANADA: Taps for Meighen

While Liberals and Conservatives have been battling in the House of Commons over Canada's war effort, the mildly Socialist Commonwealth Cooperative Federation has been rolling up strength in the provinces. This week the C.C.F. burst like a time bomb on the Dominion political front. In a York South, Ont. by-election, C.C.F. Candidate Joseph W. Noseworthy soundly trounced the Rt. Hon. Arthur Meighen, twice (1920-21, 1926) Prime Minister of Canada, thereby spoiling Meighen's chance to take a place in the House as newly chosen leader of the Conservative Party.


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