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TO THE CDITOIi. I Sir, —I would like to protect against the 1 methods adopted by certain people in connection with the forthcoming election. Two women called at my house one day this week during my absence, and my wife was subjected to a lot of questions thatbordered upon impel tinence. These women were making inquiiies about our being on the roll, and because my wife, who dues not believe in women voting, objected to have her name put on the electoral roll, was given a- half-lecture in scolding words about the evils of drink, and was told that she should help to put it down, etc. They also asked her rny views on the liquor question. I must protest against this very strongly. No man nor woman or party has the right to do such things. The ballot is secret, and it is effrontery on the part of any person to try to get the political views of anyone by asking them which way they are going to vote. My opinion is that many of the :e women would he better employed in learning and studying the “ Eleventh Commandment." If they do not know what flint- commandment is. they can rind out by calling upon the undersigned when lie is at home.—l am, etc. ('has, J. Hakc-ek. , October 2d. i

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ELECTION METHODS., Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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ELECTION METHODS. Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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