January 20, 1916 (12th Parliament, 6th Session)

LIB

Charles Murphy

Liberal

Hon. CHARLES MURPHY (Russell):

I desire to ask a question of the Prime Minister. Among the press despatches in yesterday's Canadian . newspapers there appeared the following:
New York, January 19.-A cable to the New York Sun from London under yesterday's date says that in reply to a Question in the House of Commons this afternoon, Lloyd George, Minister of Munitions, said that American munitions were still coming to England. He added that the fact that American munitions were still coming to us is a triumph for the Morgans and not for Canada.
In view of the very meagre nature of the despatch, and because it seems to carry with it some reflection upon Canada, I would ask my right hon. friend if he is in a position to amplify it, or to give the House any information in regard to it.?

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