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THE ALBERT HALL, DEMONSTRATION.

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THE ALBERT HALL, DEMONSTRA- TION. To the Editor The following letter has been sent by a Llandudno man, who has frequently con- tributed to the columns of the "Advertiser" over the signature of X Dear Sir,—I had stall tickets for the big demonstration of the Liberal Women's Federation at the Albert; Hall on Satur- day. Gosh! it was exciting—free fights, free, speeches, and-free carriage for the suffragettes. Over a dozen women were ■ carried out, head-and-heel fashion in many cases. This might be called in astronomical language, "The transit of 0 Venus." I joined in the shouting, "Chuck her out." Ah mon, it was grand! We saw all the "incidents." The woman with the whip ought to have had a taste of it. [Here our correspondent is more forcible than polite.—Editor.] She was like a tragedy queen, had chained herself to the seat, and, when approached by the stewards, slashed them across the face! But they got, her out—'the vixen. Picture myself and companion in a safe and com- fortable seat near the platform, able to see and hear it all, like "spekled taters" at the plav.-Yo-Lirs truly, X. -<1'r.7"*

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