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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMnER 27, 1913 THK IJtTHEHIDGE DAO.T HF.RAin PAttE ELRVCN French Believes the New Irish Bill Just Dec. a dispatch Simi Fein movement, lUls inL lUoH Is ___v.i_m .-..i. v.-hlrtl -lllns with the S1nn Fein pro Ireland tlio. Dublin correspondent ibo Kvening Standard says H la no In Dublin that the authorities determined to handle tho Eltua- Iwi with a iurUin amount ot harsh- ws and apply drastic measures to ivhat they consider a dangerous ois- Tlie vorresuoadcnt slates, It Is said bavo the reputation if Vies well Informed tbal Ihe :-on'.etnplatoil by the vlce-roy. Lord French, and his advisors, for restoring normal conditions, including the nr- v.ii of every toown active Sinn Fein- ?r throughout the country. Tbe writer conliuues: "I'onflderins the strength People's Forum would be shipped Jui-t as qulrX as he fhippers could get cars. They urther 9'mted in tht coulti mo oats WM. H. CHA'-LENGES u gigantic tank authorities are advised will bo dlfflcullt of ptrformancf. blft tha advocates of a clean'sweep policy believe it can ef- Iccllvely be done and refuse to be di- verted from their j.lau by any consid- eration of the polltli-al or other effects in Ireland or outside. "1 am continues tbo cor- respondent, "Ibat French, despite l-ls own discouraging osperlcncc-a. still an uorepcntlnc believed In i good sense and the good will ot Ihe majority of his countrymen, lie holds tliat tho Irish bill outlined by iho premier lias all the elements ot a pw- settlement for Ireland, if tho L-otmtry gets tho opportunity of work- ot the i Ins 'cOsSkN TO TAKE THF. MAT- TER INTOJTHE COURTS Editor Herald: Sir -I mbent a dangerous ch.ra my- tor Vancouve 'the i CUy. "anV J" le'.'.er that they at OIK t nuotlng prices and saying they were now In condition. 1 hai} written hem before that bunoles were coining n wet and heated nod short weight and it was Impractical tor rue lo haul iliem out thirty miles lo my ranch. jut on their reurcEcnlation of imme- diate shipment, and In my desperation. on Nov. 29th I ordered two cars ot bundles, paj'ing JoO.OO down. I have received uothtaK to date. This delay has done at least two thousand dol- lars' damage. Xow, 1 Xnow the on the Kovernmect to] see that vre gyt a fair deal, anrt 1 be-. lipvo the government should prosecute .hese scoundrels to." Interfering j the aid intended by Iho government., or for obtaining money under talse pretenses. 1'lease advise us arid do what you can for My experience Is no doulrt the Fame o' others. Youre truly. i. F. GAGAN1. Mairnth. Dec. is. 1919. SMALLPOX SUBSIDING IN ONTARIO CAPITAL TORONTO, Dsc. there still In Toronto more than 500 cases of smallpox under treatment, ths medical health au- thorities of tho city and province are confident that the epidemic of this disease in this city Is now subsiding. iconver to this firm the criticism of Mr it Ihe remedy Fxlilor'3 N'ote: TLe name of and if Hie remedy is not af- firm ot hay dealers has not been used Mr. (lagan can wrile again and as Ihe HeraW dues not va-.u to doiall the (acts and r.anii's v.-lll be Ibem any injustice. The letter ivIll'Eiven. v SEVIGNY TO SENATE OTTAWA, Dec. re- port- from Quebec that Hon. Al- bert Sevigtiy has been appoint- ed a member ot the senp.te has had no official coctirnatlon. an appointment wou'tl cause little surprise, but no ac- lien lias as yet been lakcn by tho government. v tor AT THE THEATRES Hawks, author of many of! William S. Hurl's and Dorothy Dallon'n best known featura productions. The play UTS directed by Rollln Sturgeon, who first achieved ftrne tor Hi "Goa'6 Country ami tho starring IXell Shipman, and -who haa added to his fame with starring Dorothy Fhilllrs, and "J'retty arring Prlscilla Dean, tiro Into L'ni- From Page Five.) mcm are used in the peiformance. which Is bolh mystifying and onler- mining. young man who sinipiy uses mo Tisine" ol "Hats" to describe his oifcr- I lus will turnish one of the- season s V.fKcsl novelties. Many ol his sons hits ara restricted and compose of the following: English number. My I Word1- Scotch iiarouy on "Uock nnci rube. "He Is a Rip, Hip Snor lor and the stuttering song.' sis different dialects, making In al i novel and entertaining ottering. I Delicious comedy, dainty singln_ J -r.i clerc-r dancing are lo he offered I Ixralo ani a coujilo ot versa 1 liie have had ample. experience In fiiudevillo to prove lha lliev have ability and talent, and pre ticnt n pleanlnif ollering whicli thes TIss Ferguson excellent oppoTlunilics for Iho. display ol her niimctle Rlftfl. Tho supporting cast, beaded by Lumsrten Hare Ja excellent emld of Dec. 22ml. re "Foeit Agents wed for Slow 1 will y from my own exiierlcnce that I !i fuli? Indorse what Mr. Graham ys. 1 ordered one car of oat bay Sept. 23, paying 550.00 down, from through local ngoiits bere, the der being marked immediate dcliv On Oct. 31st 1 ordered one car Xorlhcrn Alberta oat straw, pay g ?oO.OO down, to he shipped aa soon possible. The first was to" h? lipped or about (Xl. 30. In No cmlier, not receiving any feed, rote them, demanding my n.ck or immediate shipment. On Nov they wrote me they could not g' at hay baled, yUut the osl str.w w nled nnd piled beanie Ihe track askatchewau a wailing cars a Badly, Cuticura Heals. can itmember, my hKl, Cry, red pJtr.plca. ccal--, cU cx-ir me, f-nJ legibly a! I scriichcd them, caus- ing IhEn lo nnd aors. ttsy dry away and f c-iewl: 3 burned "Then I ussii tnd them two or I fill better I hwlifl ona box Ohiitnsnl v 3csp Ofctaeat (or all puipooos. to to bwtl, SoW CHIN CHIN It to with a great deal of pleasure. i Tact pride, that "Manager S rovn of thn Majestic Theatre an owners Hie cotiifug of Charles Dililng mil's prcalest musical comedy sue as "Cfitn Chin" on Wed.. Jan, itli. Tiil3 pJaj- fjrst tibo Theatre in Now York for olfcl years, anil h now on a trans ontinenlal trip, louring tha fo ie first ITmc. In iho leading .'olca ivill ho ace nnd Hoy Hinder, wh ome up with tbo stamp of approra icon in productioni as "Th Wizard of He'd 'aim, "HUchy Me, Ira people, mostly slrls gtid Tor o-srn'fl famous Baxophon oi. Chafes- DHHnghfiin'R nain assoclatetl with (he biggest an st tiicalrica) niicli as U llfprodromc and Olobo TUoalres Xcw York; snino o( his lale-st produ MOD? tiro ".Taek O'ljfintern" with Fr< Stone, "Tho Canary" with Jtilla San erzon and Joo ('awlhorn. "liip, U. Hooray" vrltli 1200 associate an wblcli has surpassed a records at tho N'ovr York IHppodrotn Curing tho reason "Chin Cliln" is a fantaalift v Ion, rich in OrieiiTAi ami (lid K. r In sdveu sets, Including ic most startling surprises, ingeniovi rlckery anrt groteafjUR dancing i ilenly, entertalnmont tba H clean find wholesome, proving bila ous amusement for liolli young an Id, which qualities aro tho in a kin I and particular success of th lieatrical magnate, Charles DilUn am. Absolut o capacity hontcs hav greeted "Chin Chin1'- every wher hercfore mall orders should bo dl patched immediately to assiva loc ion desired. 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