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An Impudent Question Ai BREEZE AT THE TRIBUNAL. In the case of Jas. S. Evans, a married I man, aged 21 years, at the meeting of the Borough Tribunal on Thursday, it was said that he had been re-examined by the Medical Board a.nd had again been classed A. Evans asked, that his ease should be deferred as a letter had been received from Capt. Latham stating that it was proposed to review the position of tin- platers between the ages of IS and 23. Lieut. Ingrams: What's all this abouW It's a bit thick. Appellant: I have the statement of my Union's official, who is here. J.. .) .1.1, to., ,j J.. Coun. J. Hughes There was a meeting of representatives and Mr. Clement, the secretary of the Tinplate Conciliation Board, and it was proved that there was a shortage cf doublors and furnacemen. A representative of the Local Munition Area AIL those who had been called up were not included in that, arrangement. Coun, J. Hughes again interposed, and Lieut. Ingrains after objecting, asked "Why aren't you in the Army f" ("'1"1 J HI)"}' rrl1''¡' (oun, J. Hughes: Thai is 'my business, Lte'j.L Tngrams: It is not: it it the country's business. Coun. Hughes: It was an impudent question. • What do you know less than I have tried to get into the Army or Navy ? Lieut. Ingrams: I a to ask the question. The Mayor: Coun. Huglier, is here as the representative of a "Union, and I don't think you should have asked sucJi a question. Lieut. Ingrains Wcli, I think I have a perfect right to ask the question, and if he can answer it let him do so. The Tribunal postponed the c*ise for three months, and Lieut. Ingram# gave notice of appeal.

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