SVMMElt r ASUIOS, I Good Style and Taste and Keen Values Are the Great Features of the Big Display of the Season's New Goods we are now Showing in all Departments, including Fashionable New Millinery. In a very choice range of Dainty New Models, in Wide-brimmed French ''?TW?rm'???K?????????K??? ? Shapes, and small becoming close- ?????????? '???<??????? ilttiog styles, Trimmed and ready to %â€¢ Trim. A display in which every Lady 11 _<T can nnd exactly the Hat to suit her. At 5/6, 6/9,8 6,10/9, 15/6 to 35/ The lew Styles In i Blouses Are of exeeptional charm & novelty, in- J <'v eluding New Models in the most popular Regular Shapes, with latest ideas in New &1 Jc^S'M if/ n\ h7s/^jt Sleeves and Collars, and very dainty New .j Styles in Jumper Blouses and Russian j shapes of the most Fashionable New creations, Prices 1/11 t to 18/6. Every Lady should see the Latest Styles in Coat Frocks, Costume Skirts, and Afternoon Gowns, which em- body Fashion's Newest Ideas. A Great Variety of Choice in Costumes Of very smart fashionable cut, excellently made and tailored in a large selection of up-to-date new styles, comprising: Coats and Skirts of latest shapes all in the best taste. Very Stylish Models in Coating Serges, Coverts and Gabardines of new colourings, and smart new Tweeds of good weait. 29/11, 35/6, 42/ 49/11, 63/- to 5 Guineas. Ladies' Corsets Of the Latest Models in all the famous makes. Prices lJl11 to 10/11. ï¿¼ ? 'H -'il m N adies Underclothing Of all the daintiest New Styles. WHITE SKIRTS, 3/ili to 10/11. the New Models in Sports Coats Of Artificial Silk are of very pleasiug new designs and choice colourings. The Latest Effects in Stripes being specially worth attention. 19/11 to 45 6. Washing Frocks and Summer Itobes In the most Charming New Fashionable Effects, 1C 11, 12/11, 15 11, 18/11 to 29/11. Children's Millinery. In very pretty New Styles and Colourings, to please all. The Newest Novelties in Neckwear, 5fd. to 1/1 li- Ladies' Artificial Silk Hose, White and Moirette Underskirts, 2/11 to 21/ Dress and Blouse Materials of every kind, I/O}, l/6 Â£ 1/lH to 8/11 per yard. An Early Visit will prove both Interest- Ing and Profitable. R. T. JONES, TRADING AS ONE Market Square, jflertliyr Tydfil.
THE LADY'S WORLD." The June number of The Lady's World No. 226 (Messrs Horace Marshall A Son, 125, Fleet Street, London, E.G.4) contains the continua- tion of Mr FredM. White's charming serial story entitled "Lavender Square with complete stories by Alexandra. Watson, Margaret Gibbons and D. M. Hendry. Dame Fashion shows some full page illustrations of smart designs suitable for summer wear, the'descriptions being such that amateur dressmakers will have no difficulty in making up at home the styles shown. For summer wear the washing frock is always welcomed and the illustrated-article with dia- grams on The Charms of the Wash Frock will please many girls. The Gratis and Coupon pattern show a pretty two-in-one blouse and a coupon skirt which will be a pleasure to wear. The cookery article is up-to-date, giving many excellent recipes for Making Cakes Within our Means and how to use the Government Reg- ulation flour. Along with this there are a few good hints on the Bread Saving Problem." 1 !â€¢Â« ..in 11
Every Housewife her own 44 Food Controller. You can make an endless variety of milk puddings, savouries, baked puddings, etc., with ATOKA" Shredded Suet and the rice, flaked muize, oatmeal, lentils, peas, beans, etc., advised by the Food Ministry for saving wheat flour. ATORA" makes puddings very light and very nourishing. Fritters made of these cereals should be fried in "it TORA." Block Suet. ATORA is sold by all giqcers in X lb. boxes 1/5. jib. &d.
DERI SPORTS AND FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT. il A grand sports and football tourna- ment were held by the sub-committee of the Welcome Home and Memorial Fund on Whit-Monday. The weather in the morning was rather wet, and it was anticipated that the event would have to be postponed, but, fortunately, towards mid-day, there was a welcome change in the elements, which con- tributed greatly to the success of the meeting. The football tournament commenced at 11-30. Mr S. Edwards and Mr W. Googh being the referees The fol- lowing eight teams took part, the first round being played in the order named. The number of goals scored will be found in brackets :â€”Deri Midgets No. 1 (4), v. Otri Midgets No.2 (1) Constitutional Club (0), v. Will Stevens' Team (2, one a penalty); Duri Rovers (3), v. Sid William's Team (0) Deri Nibs (l penalty), v. George S okes' Team (0). The first and last games were splen- didly fought out, when we consider the teams had only seven a-side. The secocd and third games were played between teams the members of which had not played for many years. Much merriment, and little football, was the order of the things during these two matches. The semi-tinal matches produced two good games, though some of the players showed clear signs of wear in the first roand. The results were as follows:â€”Deri Rovers (3), v. Will Stephens' Team (0) Midgets No. 1 (2), v. Deri Nibs (0). The final was fought oat between Deri Rovers and Midgets No. 1, and, after a hard straggle, the Midgets ran out winners by 2 goals to nil. It was evident, after the first round, that, barring accidents, the Midgets No 1 team were the likely winners. They knew the game, knew what to do, and when to do it, and were de- servedly the winners. Our heart'est congratulations to them. The sports took place later in the afiernoon. The Deri Silver Baud miirched from the Central Buildingii at 5 p.m., over.to the Coke Oven Field, where tho sports were held. The handicapper6 were Mr Jones (Bailey Arms), and Mr Herbert. The events and successful competitors were as follows:â€”Race for boys under 12 years, Willie Phillips race for girls under 12 years, Cad wen Vaughan. The competitors in these two items were quite numerous, and excited a great deal of interest and amusement Race for boys under 14 years, Boisey Stead; boys under 17 years, Boisey Stead three legged race, Re(a John and Glyn Richards; seek race, Idris Harris open race for men, D. Uzzell marai h;n race, a race around the villa e, John Bowen race for married men over 40 years, James Tenby race for married men over 50 years, Wm. John; wheelbarrow race, W. Hopkins and J. W aHH; race for married ledif F,, Mrs Lee.. This race caused much excitement andlaughttr. Tug- of-war for men, Deri Scrubbs. This contest was exceedingly severe Secoud iaej for married ladies, Mrs Lee. This was a very severe contest and aroused ruuch interest. Widows' race, Mrs Richards egg and spoon race for ladies, Mrs Harris; the tug- of-war for ladies proved a very inter- esting and amusing contest. The team that carried off the prize was as follows: Mrs Meredith (oaptain), Mrs Cowling, Mrs Lee, Mrs Bowen, Mrs Hardiiug, Mrs Kay, Mrs Richards, Mrs Perkins, and Mrs Hopkins. The Sub-Committee wish to tender their best thanks to the following Mr James Jones, for loan of field Deri Silver Band; Dr McCarthy, L.R.C.P., Mrs Young (Bargoed Inn), and others for their generosity in giving prizes.
WAR WORK OF THE iALVA TION ARMY. BARGOED'S FLAG DAY. Ensign W. Fisher the energetic and popular officer in charge of tho Salva- tion Army at Bargoed, writes, point- ing out that the Army will hold their war flag day at Bargoed, on the 9th, inst. We have had a number of flag days in the district of late, but we feel sure that from the details given below of what the Army is doing all over Great Britain, and on the Con- tinent, for our brave boys, that there will be a ready response by tee general public to their appeal. For many months the fact has been apparent that the British troops in- terned in Germany could not maintain their health and strength on the pit- tance of rations supplied by the Ger- mans. From many generous organ. izations thousands of parcels are dispatch every fortnight, and received with thankfulness by our interned men. The Salvation Army works in conjunction with the general scheme, and every name on its lists to receive a parcel is approved by the authorities, so that overlapping and waste do not occur. Acoordhig to the arrange- ments provided by General Beoth, Â¡' the parcels are of a useful and varied character, and enable the recipient to supplement, the German food with those articles necessary to sustain life. At the present time the cost of the parcels works out at Â£ 4,500 per year, and General Booth is appealing on J dtle 9th for assistance in carrying on this needful agency, and for other services benefiting the men of His Majesty's Forces. The following are some interesting facts of what the Army has done and is still doing. The Army has erected 153 Refreshment and Recreation Hate in the Military Camps in Great Brit- ain, France, and other countries at a cost of 970,000. Seventy-seven Hostel and Naval and Military Homes, with 4,000 beds, costing over gso,ooo, are in operation, whilst extensions amounting to Â£ 20,000 are in progress. Thirty Motor Ambulance Cars have been supplied for the war zones in France, Russia, and Egypt at an ex- pense of Â£ 10,000. Thirty thousand wives and relatives of Service-men have been entertained at teas and social gatherings. Forty-one thou- sand food parcels and articles of clothing have been sent to prisoners of war and the troops. Three hundred thousand soldiers and sailors are catered for weekly in the various Institutions of The Salvation Army at home an d abroad.
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CYMANFA GANU ANNIBYN- I WYR RHYMN1, 1917. Feimiadaeth ar emyn Erfyniad y Plenty n. Daeth pump i law, ao y mae'r oil yn deilwng o'r wobr ar y cwbl. Cymro Bach. Gaf fi' nid Caf fi' aydd gywir yn y llinell olaf. Da. Plentyn Hiraethus Da eto. Ond emyn ar gyfer beddyw a'i helynt- ion ydyw hwn. Abiah."â€”Emyn cyfan arall. Fel y caffot' uid 'fol y cei sydd gywir. J.T. ac Arthur.Y mae'r ddau emyn hyn yn gyfartal iawn, ac ar y cyfan yn emynau da a chanadwy Â» gnreddus i blant. Rhannor y wobr rhyngddynt. J.T. (Thos. E. Jones, Seion) j Arthur' (T. Idris Morris). Feimiadaeth ar emyn Awel y Nef."â€”Daeth chwech i law. Nid yw hon lawn oystal cystadleuaeth a'r lIall. Palmon. t, Nid arddull emyn- yddol yw eiddo'r llinell gyntaf- Claddwyd gobaith yn medd gaeaf!' Beth olygir wrth adgyfod f Cloff hefyd yw y llinell honâ€” Oly wch mawr murmur marwaidd Dewi.Pur fydryddol ar y cyfan yw hwn. Nid priodol 'chwennych am. Omega."â€”Nid wyf yn hoffi'r cyf. eiriad at 'cenad yr awel.' Dylasai fod wedi treiglo mynwes (fynwes) yn y bedwaredd llinell o'r pennill olaf. Go lew. Nicodemiti;Ond nid wyf yn hoffi son am weddi yn llawn min. Gwyliwr.Anbapas yw son am yr awel yn tynnu' yn 'tywys' ac yn 'ohwilio am y goreu.' Gwella tu.a.'r diwedd. "Tysawg Fab."â€”Hwn yw'r emyn glanaf a mwyaf cyson. Y mae yn llyfn a chanadwy. Gwell fuasai genyf 'Gras Calfaria fryn' na 'Duw Calfaria fryn. Gwobrwyer 1 TysS*wg Fab.' Tysawg Fab (Evan Jones, Meill- ionydd.) W. CRWYS WILLIAMS. 4k. â€”
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