May 6, 1908 (10th Parliament, 4th Session)

LIB

David Wesley Bole

Liberal

Mr. BOLE.

He was elected by 400 majority.
On Wednesday, March 6, the same parties brought two more kegs of beer and tol me to treat the parties who wrere voting for Mitchell.
Before the election I saw an express rig deliver three kegs of beer at 180 St. Stephen street at the house of Joseph Makarski and and six kegs of beer at Jos. Makarskf's house at 113 Lusted street.
At polling division No. 1 during election dav I know a number of people, at least ten voted on other people's names, Joseph Makarski being the party who induced them to do so.
One voted as Peter Bodner, one voted as Pete Meseak, one as William Szewezuk, one as John Osadezuk, and one as Simon Chrzanow-ski. Joseph Makarski told me on said 7th day of March, if I knew any people who were absent to get others to vote on their names and he would pay them money if necessary.
(Sgd.) JOSEPH SZYMANSKI.
Sworn before me at the city of Winnipeg, this 30th day of March, in the year of Our Lord, 1907.

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   DOMINION ELECTIONS ACT AMENDMENT.
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