The hon. gentleman has no right to substitute any words for those which are in the article but should read the article as it is. (Translation.) Mr. Speaker, I wa3 giving a personal explanation in answer to the statement of the hon. member for Champlain. In my speech the other day I quoted three extracts from the hon. gentleman's speeches concerning the statements of the hon. member for Champlain. The first was taken from his speech at St. Louis de Blandford. This statement was taken from ' Le Devoir,' and from no other newspaper. Does the hon. gentleman deny it? If he does, I am going to quote ' Le Devoir ' itself.