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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tke Letlibrldite Daily Hcrmld, Saturday, May 14, 1910. CHOQUETTE HAS BLUFF MET BY DANDURAND Declines to Meet Ex- Speaker of Senate In Hochelaga County Ottawa, May before thn Senate uGjounied last week Senator Danduraud arose to a question of priv- ilege and drew attention to an in-ter- in La Patrie In which Senator ChocLuette is reported to have stated that while he was not willing to con- test Monijnagny with Mr, Roy, M. P., or Bollechasse with Mr. Talbot, M. P., he would be ready to meet either Sen- ator Dandurand or Senator Beique and contest any county with either of them in the province of Quebec. Senator Dandurand asked Senator Choquette if that was his statement. Senator Choquette said he was glad of the occasion to make an explana- tion. In Quebec on Saturday morn- ing he was told by telephone by the edHor Nof Le Soleil that the members for Bellchasse and Montgomery were willing to go on the hustings. He replied tnat he thought 'this was a bluff and said it was not his habit to fight children. This morning he went to Montreal and was shown a copy of Le Canada which reproduced these despatches that had- appeared in Le Soleil. To the reporter of La Patrie who asked him it, he said that as Le Canada is under the tutorship of Senators Dandurand and Beique he was willing -to go on the hustings and discuss the naval question with them He did not say anything about fight ang children because Senator Dan duraud and Beique were serious men "I did not say I would resign mj seat but that, if they had made the same proposition as Mr. Talbot, wqul'd have said 'I am ready to go on the hustings with you and discuss the I am still ready to do it." The Retort Courteous Senator honorabl gentleman makes a distinction be tween going on the hustings and re signing his seat." Senator the honor able gentleman sends a challenge h will get an answer to suit him." Senator Choquelte said he was quit willing to go on the hustings and de fend what he had said in the Senat about the naval bill. Dandurand Ready Senator Dandurand said that if Sen ator Choque-tte declared that neithe in the Senate nor La Patrie he ha QUAUTIEif FRUIT Demonstrated rtyjidiij nczW m tte itmit ctw it jlri. ter uy ENt Hti tte FUNS Fnit The people are awakening to the marvellous powers of fruit juice as a pre- ventative and cure of disease. only mediciue in the world actually made of fruit demonstrated the extraordinary value of fruit juice eveu in cases that were apparently hopeless. The strange case of Miss Todd, of Kingston, Ontario, well illustrates the wonderful properties of From a happy, rosy cheeked girl, she bad become pale and thin and so weak that she could hardly stand. Her many friends knew that serious was the matter. The best medical attention was sought but the ordiaary Modern Stage More New By HIUBI resources of the physician failed to do any good. >rt, "Fniit-a-tives" was tried. Read the As a last resort, result. MABUE TODD. 91 Cr.ERcy ST. KINGSTON, Out. November 4th. 1909 I suffered for some years with a dangerous form of Heart Trouble. There was cevere _pain over the heart aud down the arms, severe Palpita- tion, Headaches, Consti- pation and Indigestion. I became so weak that I could hardly stand and my friends were greatly alarmed. I was treated by physicians and took many remedies but none did me any good. Then I began taking "Fruit-a- tives" and this medicine completely cured me of all Heart Disease, Consti- pation and Stomach Trou- ble and gave me back perfect health." Miss VABLE TODD. Fruit-a-tives" made this wonderful cure because "Fruit-a-tires" is a magni- ficent heart tonic and nerve tonic. "Fruit-a-tives" soothes the stomach and stimulates the liver, kidneys and skin, thus purifying the blood and restoring heart action. "Fruit-a-tives" is sold by all dealers atjocabor, 6 for or trial box, 2SC., or will be postpaid on receipt of price by Pruit-a-tivei Limited. Ottawa. offered to resign his seat in the Sen- ate providing he (Senator Dandurand) or Senator Beique resigned their seats to meet him the matter ended there. Senator Dandurand said that when he heard Senator Choquette was serious about challenging some of liis col- leagues in Montreal he at once went to the member for Hochelaga (Mr. Rivet) and asked him it' he would not resign his seat in order that Sena- tor Dandurand could invite Senator Choquette -to contest it with him. Mr. Rivet said he was willing to do so. Senator Dandurand said that he was willing to meet" Senator Choquette in Hochelaga or in very many other counties, but had selected Hochelaga because it was half English and half French and would give a small plebis- ite which would reflect public opinion on the naval question. A Tory Warning Senator Loughheed said he hoped Senator Choquette would not be so rash as to sacrifice himself in this manner. His absence from the Sen- ate would be a loss to -the government and to the Senate and particularly to those on the opposi'tion side of the Senate. Senator Dan naturally choses a ground where he is well known, but if he has a serious proposition to make me he knows where I live and I may tell him that I will consider his proposi'tiou and satisfy him completely." Senator am offering to 'take Hochelaga because the honor- able gentleman would not take Mont- magny." EVKKAL years ago one of the New York producing received the manuscript of a play from an utterly unknowm author. It was crudely written and Jftett ef the tttuaiioM were utterly impossible. Produced in the form in which it came from its creator's pen it could have beta eftly iiamaj failure. The manager was not for a moment tenpted duce the play he had received, but he sav the author's plot. He sent for him and out a few ef the more glaring defects and suggested that the mAAUftcript be turned over to a professional dramatist, This was done, and the rewritten play, only faiatly loffeetinf original manuscript, was produced and immediately achieved succeei. Thf amateur playwright applied himself to a close study practical plgrwrit- ing, and ie to-day the author of numerous successful dramaj. He now just how hopeless that first play must liave appeared in the'original form, and appreciates ihe patience and good judgment ef the manager who discerned the dramatic nugget huried in a desert ef dreary dialogue. The search for embryo drainatiaU, is, in my opinion, the most intelli- gent aud practicable method of unearthing latent talent ever suggested, fn response to such an appeal for new there are sure to be valuable returns, since the writing of a scenario ie no great taak even to the utterly inexperienced. And the great cry of the modern stage is fer new Whoever comes forward with the germ of a good plot will find producing ready and eager to provide the meani of having that plot de- veloped inte a play. Chicago in particular and the middle weit in general are more inter- ested in serious drama than any other section of tfce United Com- bined with this widespread interest is an alert intelligence which retpondt IB a most gratifying manner to plays that appeal to the intellect and not merely to the It is the hope of every one seriouily interested In the American stage that the vogue of frivolous aud indecent entertainments flourishing in many New York theaters will be extremely short lived. And in the inevitable reaction from such unwkelewme fare there will be a great demand for clean, virile, in- telligent American plays. Is it not reasonable to be- lieve that creaters of such drama will be found in the section of America which has shown the keenest appre- ciation for plays that are really worth while? PUtLIC NOTICE UNCLAIMED land warrants issued to memteri of tte Red of U7f 1873, and to members of the Moulted Police. 'V. NOTICE la hereby tfcat warrants, entitling In each cage granted or his assignee to a free (rut, without actual or geuiement dutta of a quarter section of Domimioo lands, containing 160 acres, of claas OMB to homestead entry in or Manitoba, Saskatchewan or Alberta which were issued gome yean by the Department of the Interior for Mr vices rendered in connection wHa the. Red River of 1870 1171 1872 and 1873, or for toe North-West Mounted Police to the DW' aons hereinafter named, have delivered owing to fact Sat they have not been applied for by the grantees and that their addresses are not known to the Department. 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