ABERDARE CINEMA. OLARKES THE MAN Monday, July 2, for 3 Daya. A "Metro" Wondcr«play in Five Parts- The WAGER Featuring Inimitable EMILY STEVENS. Thursday, July 5, for Three Days. JULIUS STEGER, the Peer of pic ure players, in The Stolen Triumph A Ruffells "Metro" Subject. I MONDAY, JULY 2nd, FOR ONE WEEK NATIONAL BABY WEEK. IR&D"I' -'n v..l. :¡¡¡IIIL IP" The most Important Week of the year for Mothers and Young Girls. The National Baby Week Council's Film "MOTHERHOOD" If A Film that will rouse the whole Nation to the Importance of Infant Life. 4 It is the Sweetest Loveliest, and Prettiest Mother Picture ever produced. There is not a Girl nor a Mother who will not "JUST LOVE" this Picture. It is full of Emotional Thrills and Never Lacks Interest. SEE 1.VIo-t;h.erb.ood.. AT THE CINEMA. (CLARKE)S THE MAN.) !!t!t!)m!)!!nn)mm!!m.
ABERCYNON. LET JAY supply you on their easy payment system. ROSE DAY. On Saturday the ladies of Abercynon worked assidu- ously for the benefit of the Ponty- pridd and District Cottage Hospital. -\r ™ovement was organised by Mrs. Bruce Jones, president of the Abercynon Ladies' Sewing Guild, and the secretarial duties were carried out by Mrs. Doyle.. The treasurer waaf Mrs. T. W. Jones, Cynon Chambers. The rose sellers were: District 1. Mrs. (Sergt.) H. Evans, Mrs. Deyshon Jenkins, Mrs. T. Lewis, Ivy House, assisted by Misses L. Jenkins, Lizzie Jones, Hvlene May Price, Winnie Francis, Ivy Radford, Miss Lewis, Master D. Nezbert^ Price, Misses Gwen Evans Katy Williams, Doris Lewis, Rachel Evans, Sally Jones, Rachel Pulsford, Edna Parfitt and Hetty Felix. Dis- tricts, Mrs. Joy, Mrs. Foalkes, and r.Mi's, Thorne, assisted by Misses Milly Bttrge, Myra Pugh, Winnie Livesey, Brenda Harris, Jennie Livesey, Phyllis Smith, Blodwen Griffiths, Mrs. Grace Williams, Miss Amy Bowen, Miss Jones, Miss Owen, .Miss Maggie Bateman and Miss Gwen Rees. District 3, Mrs. D. Ll. Kellv, assisted by Misses Lily Jones, Jessie John, Audrey Bailey, Ella Brown, Mattie Owen, Evelyn Kath- rens, Ruby Barwick, Myra Smith, Cissie Talbot, Winnie Rees and Sarah Thomas. District 4. Mrs. Tove, assisted by Misses Maggie Morgan, Nelly .tones, Nancy Morgan, Eiddwyn flariis, Phyllis Mortimer, Harriet Griffiths, Eunice Humphreys, and Dollv Herbert. District 5, Mrs. Griffiths and Mrs. Powell Jones, assisted by Misses Winnie Griffiths, Mabel Howe, Prudence Evans, Nesby Evans, Gertie Smith, Jennie Lewis, Jesse James, Dolly Blake, Muriel Jones and Sarah A. Jones. District' 6, Miss Lena Davies and Miss Carslake, assisted by Misses Flossie Sutherland, Violet Harry, Hilda Gardener, Gwladys 'Wigley, Hylene Wigley, Peggie Sutherland, Hetty Morgan, Winnie Evans, and Dolly Meade. District 7, Mrs. James Jones, assisted by Misses Olive Williams, May Evans, and Dolly Morgan. Dis- trjt. 8, Mrs. Scott, assisted by Mrs. Williams, Airs. Price, Misses Queenie Fadge, Eilrad Jones and Annie Ed- wards. District 9, Mrs. J. Lloyd, assisted by Misses Lizzie Lloyd, Polly Morgan, Lily Workman, May Griffiths, May Lloyd and Dorothy Jones. District 10, Mrs. Williams, assisted by Misses Robinson, L. Howell, Evelyn Cory, Olwen James, I vy Hill, Margaret Franklyn, Lucy Reeves, Ira' Reed, Lety Pascoe, and Jessie Jones. District 11, Miss Parry, assisted by Misses Milly Davies and Dibbv Jones. District 12, Mrs. New- man: assisted by Misses May Croft, Margaret Griffiths, and Winnie Bellamy. The sum of < £ 60 was realised, and an interesting feature of the occasion was an ambulance van parade, which realised a collec- tion of £ 4. Assistance during tht day was rendered by the officers ot the Guild: Mrs. W. Fenwick, Junction Stores; Mrs. D. J. Price, Brynderwen; Mr. D. J. Price and Sergt. H. Evans. ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL. — Special preaching services were held at this chapel on Sunday, when the Rev. Mr. Evans, Penarth, preached eloquent sermov". The accompanist was Miss Blodwen Matthews.. The Hpv. Morgan Jenkins, pastor, con- ducted the services. HOME FROM FRANCE. Corpl.' Willie Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Lloyd, Ann Street, has come home on leave from France. He is of late stationed in dug-outs attend- ing to telephone messages. Corporal Lloyd belongs to the 18th Welsh Regi- ment. PACKER'S DAY. A treat was given on Llanfabon Fields on Thurs- day in celebration of Mr. Thomas Packer, Tirwaun Isaf Farm, who attained his 103rd year on that day. There was a good attendance at the treat and sports, and Mr. Packer himself was present to witness the proceedings. He was born at Cog Farm, Sully, on June 22nd, 1814. Mr. Packer's eyesight is very bad, but otherwise he enjoys good, health. BETHANIA S.S. held their anni- versary services on Sunday. A prayer meeting was held in the morn- ing'. and musical programmes were arranged for the afternoon and evening. Mi'. Daniel Thomas occu- pied the chair in the afternoon. The programme included —Chorus by th& Sunday School Choir, conductor, Mr. Lewis Evans. Those who took part were: William Griffiths, Grace Dawe, Maggie G. Jones, Sylvia Currie, Lily Woolley, Leah Jones, Edith G. Currie, Gwyneth Rees, Louis WTilliams, G. Rees, Annie Bevan, Bertie Williams, Phyllis Hughes, A. Bevan, Gwladys Robejts, Bettie Jones, Eiddwen Harris, Sylvia Currie, Austin Currie, Lizzie Lewis, Doris Evans, Mr. Lewis Evans, Miss Nanny Owen, Mr. L. W. Evans, and duet, Miss Maggie Evans and Mr. Lewis W. Evans. Evening, Iris Davies, Gwladys Roberts, Gwyneth Rees. Doris Evans, Miss Nanny Owen, Miss Annie Jane Jones, Mr. Evan Harris, Mr. David Jones, Cwm; Beatrice Lewis, Mr. Lewis W. Evans, Myfanwv Lewis, David C. Roberts, Gwyn Bevan, Doris Evans, Mr. Windsor Rees and Miss Mary Jones, Miss Owen, Bertie Williams, Miss Annie Jane Jones. Mr. E. Harris, Miss M. Evans and Mr. L. M. Evans. Chorus, "Dan y Faner," by the Choir. Addresses were delivered by Messrs. Daniel Thomas, Evan Jones, David Jones and Lewis W. Evans on the occasion of the departure of Mr. James Griffiths, secretary of the church, from the locality. Mr. Griffiths was paid a fine tribute for his services. Ihe accompanists were Mr. Jai-i-les Griffiths and Miss Brenda Harris. Several choruses were sung by the children.
CWMAMAN. f.JAY'S easy payment system is easy u* you. THREAT SUMMER SALE at the J^porium, Cwmaman, starts to- morrow (Friday). Bargains, es- •pcially in embroidery for kiddies' 'ssesl suitable for tea parties. It j; l*l pay Cwmaman people to see our *)°usehold goods, which are sold to- ut 23 per cent, under market 1 To Bombardier W. r.: John, 12 Wordsworth Street, u^aman, of the R.F.A., arrived \vme last Tuesday trom the ..Western Front. He has been trans- to Class W Reserve, and is ow working in Fforchwen Colliery, v aere he was employed for many trJ^rs before the outbreak of war. He part in the capture of Mametz n ood in July of last year. ^Sibardier John at the age of 43 one of the first to answer .the 1 of his King and Country. He also a son serving in the R.W.F.
MOUNTAIN ASH. l)O)¡"'T delay, but call at JAY. TTIRED OF IT?—If that's true, get one from Ted Mac's. Hats cap., to lit. ARISH CHUECH. — The Rev. J. ttj" .Croft celebrated Holy Com- a !lion at St. Margaret's Church at e^°ck on Sunday inorning. Morn- J prayer was intoned by the Rev. flii Trow. Evensong was con- by the Vicar. ^.TRADESMAN'S SON. Mr. Hav, son of Mr. David Hay, • jr„:0r<l Street, left on Monday to iu~ Majesty's Forces. He has hj^ completed, most successfully, Wjj,stiidies in Radio-telegraphy, and W be attached to one of those £ ?ches of the service. -N G. -The nuptials of Miss Qt¡AIe Williams, daughter of Mr. W Mrs. Richard Williams, 14 Cerid- 1^3 Street, Darran Las, and Sea- wj1 David Richardson, of Bristol, >i. '° celebrated at Rhos Chapel on iL^sday morning. Rev. T. J. a .^es "officiated. The bride wore' tty blue silk dress, and was ac- •T0t/Panied by her "niece, Mrs. E. lw6s- yMr. 'William Jones acted as ^an, and the bride was given by her father. DEADER" REMINDED HIM. — Gwilym A. Powell, of the fcjd °P0tamian Forces, writes to bis Harry Boulton, 19 Copley St., th Seeing Harry's address in hijj, 'Aberdare Leader", reminded ree that he owed him a letter. He a parcel of pipes all right. V? Bala (Bill Brecon) going on I the boys. He saw that Mog e had had leave, but he (the l>°tin'1 cannot expect that, as it ii ^"a^e about three< months el., iebing, there and back. He cori- 1I1q.e: his chatty letter with "Good Jr• a^id keep smiling. SEE IT in the window, Meao^V^ take it out. You will be PVT'X. and be satisfied. the ,ERAL. — The interment of &ev v^ains of Mr. Thomas James 6 Alu' husband. of Mrs. Mary Bevan, Street, took place on Saturday the rj°n *n Maesyrarian Cemetery, ev- J- LI. Croft officiating. §ati«rl0uril<-rs were: Widow; Annie, \>an and May, daughters; Mrs. Kici. > mother; Miss Katie Bevan, B;. Mr. and Mrs. William am sister; Mr. and Mrs. Morgan, sister; Mr. and Mrs. evan, brother: Mr. and Mrs. l "IØI'Y.iM, -IJ\ _I Aaron Evans, father and mother-in- law; Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Evans, junr.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walsh, Cefnpennar; Mr. William Evans, Aberaman; Mrs. Jack Bevan, Mr. Tom Evans, Cefnpennar; Mr.. David | Evans, Cefnpennar, brothers and sisters-in-law; Mrs. Whitty Evans, Newport, aunt. Floral tributes were received from: Widow and children; Mrs. Bevan and family; Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Evans; Captain Gwilym A. Evans. Welsh Regiment; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bevan, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Evahs, junr.; Mr. and Mr?. George Jackson, Worcester; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lewis, Cefnpennar. The funeral arrangements were carried out bv Mr. Frank Mills. MIElTAHl MEDAL.—.News has arrived that Rifleman C. J. East- meut lias been awarded the Military Medal. In private life Eastm^nt was in The employ of Mr. Morgan Edmunds. t MEMORIAL Yv'lN DOWS. At St. Margaret's Church on Wednesday evening, two windows were dedicated by Rev. Edward Morgan, Rector of to the memory of the late How. Margaret Cecilia Richmond, the late Hon. Caroline Louisa Bruce, and the late Hon. Nora Creina N-, sisters of Lord Aberdare. The service. whieii was fully choral, wax conducted by Rev. J. Llewelyn Croft, assisted by He's, T..1. Mor- gan and John Allen Trow. The Aberdare family were represented by the Hoii. MaeKenzie, the Hon. Miss Pamela Bruce, and the Hon. Miss Alice Bruce. The artist and designer of the two panel win- dows is Miss M. Lowndes, London, and the subjects St. Cecilia and St. Margaret. The address by the HeY. Edward Morgan was listened to with intense interest hy the large congre- gation. Several members of the choir (old associates of the ladies) and the Girls' Friendly Society, have interested themselves in the move- ment. INTERMENT. — The funeral of little Emmie Lloyd, 3 Ivor Street, took place in the New Cemetery on Tuewlay afternoon. Revs. J. LI. Croft and I). Stanley Morgan officiated. The little girl's day school and Sabbath School friends were present. The mourners were: Mother; Eva, Nellie and Nora. sisters; Arthur, Eddie and George, brothers; Mr. Isaac LloHl, Mr. Bert Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. "T. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. T. Powell, Mrs. Lloyd. Caerphilly; 'Mrs. Clancy, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rogers. Mr. ihu-rv Rogers, Mrs. Alfred Rogers, uncles and aunts; Private Ted Owen, S.W.B.; Mr. Arthur Owen. Mr. Win Owen. Misses Annie. Irene and Harriet Owen, Mr. Albert Rogers, Miss Maud Rogers, Mrs. V. Powell, Mi. AN-ill Payne, Messrs. Jack and Enoch Rogers. Mr. Fred I. Powell, Miss Tegwen Powell, Glyn and May Clancy, Mrs. Lloyd, Merthyr; Mr. Thos. Moore, Merthyr; Private Cecil Moore. Canadians; Miss Lily Rogers, ?viis Emmie James and Miss Hannah Rees. Flowers were received from: Mother; Brothers and Sister; Nurse Golclsworthv; Friends, Duffryn School; Staff. Ynysboeth Infants'; Cwmbach Co-op. Employees: Mrs. Abbott, Mrs. Coleman and Mrs. Weeks; Misses H. Rees and Bessie Bevan; Misses Emmie and Edie Wil- liams; Gwladys and Jimmie Wil- liams; Aunt Hannah and Maggie; Mr. and Mrs. Turner: Miss Ellen J. Williams. Frances Daniels, Miss Jenkins, Glyn and May Clancy, Cissie Rogers, Rosie Watkins, and Elsie Picton. The funeral arrange- ments were carried out by Mr. Frank Mills. WEDDING. The wedding of Mr. Joseph John Morgan, 49 Bailey Street, Miskin, to Miss Laura Jane Britten, Horton Cottage, Penrliiwceiber Road, Penrliiwceiber, took place at Bruce 'Street P.M. Church on Sunday morning. The officiating minister was the Rev. A. Watson, '-Che bride was prettily attired, and was ac- companied by Mrs. H. Britten. She was given away by Mr. Joseph Shore, and Mr. II. Morgan, brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man. R.A.O.B. — A Church Parade of the local Lo.dges of Buffaloes took places on Sunday afternoon. Brethren, representing Sirdar, Royal George. Lord Kitchener, Cefnpennar and Bruce Lodges, paraded the prin- cipal streets, headed by the Hibern- ian Band (conductor, Mr. J. Cotter). Divine service was attended at St. Margaret's Church, when the Chaplain, the Rev. T. J. Morgan, addressed the Order. Collections were taken to aid the Orphanage Fund.. THE PALACE. If you are want- ing a nice comfy cushy sort of en- tertainment with bright and educa- tive pictures, Mr. Bert Richards at his famous little Palace can supply you. Ajnong his star films for Mon- day, Tuesday and Wednesday we notice he has engaged that recently- released film, "Youth's Endearing Charms, featuring the beautiful Mary Miles Minter. It is a four-part filtH, in which this youthful screen artiste is seen at her best. The second episode of the super-serial, "The Girl and the Game," will also be shown. Mr. Richards announces the celebrated Welsh actor, Mr. Harding Thomas, coming shortly.
MISKIN. YOU will be pleased after, calling at JAY'S, t MILITARY". Private Ernest Speake, 13 Gladstone Street, is home on six days' leave. He enlisted 13 weeks ago in the 3rd Battalion, East Yorks, and is training in Withersea, Yorkshire. Previous to enlistment he was employed at the Penrikyber he was employed at the Penrikyber Coiliery. A PRETTY WEDDING was solemnised at Llanwonno Church on Saturday last by special licence. The contracting parties were Miss Margaret Williams, third daughter of Mr. Joseph Williams, 30 Kingscraft Street, Mountain Ash. and Mr. William Olden, 34 Thomas Street, Miskin. The bride, who was attired in a nigger ,and blue shot silk dress with white leghorn hat with orange blossoms, was attended by Miss Martha Jones, Abercynon, and Mrs. May Isles (sister), who acted as bridesmaids, both being attired in silver grey costumes with white hats. The bride was given away by her father, and Mr. Enoch M. Williams performed the duties of best man. On returning a sumptious breakfast was partaken. The happy couple left for Aberystwyth, where the honey- moon is being spent.
YNYSYBWL. JAY'S furniture is worth placing in your best rooms. PULPIT. On Sunday the pulpit of Tabernacle Welsh Congregational Church was occupied by the Rev. J. T. Rogers. Merthvr Vale. MILITARY MEDAL. News has been received that Private Robert Pugh, Cardiff City Battalion, has been awarded the military medal for conspicuous bravery. Private Pugh is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Pugh, Pen- rliiwceiber, late of Ynysybwl. Previous to enlisting he was a meri- ber of the teaching profession under the Rhondda Education Authority at Tonvpandy. ARMY PROMOTION. Lieut. D. O. Jones, son of Mrs. Jones and Mr. Edward Jones, J.P:, Tynywern, agent for the Ocean Coal Co., has been promoted Captain in the Welsh Engineers. Captain Jones enlisted at the outbreak of war with the Publip Schools Battalion, and later received his commission in the Royal Engineers of the Welsh Army Corps. His many friends at Ynysy- hwl are glad to hear of his advance- ment. MILITARY. Sapper Evan Jones, Royal Engineers, second son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, Cloth Hall, is home on leave from France, where he has seen service for the past 21- years. He enlisted at Fishguard at the outbreak of war. He has two brothers with the colours-Private Tom Jones, with the Welsh con- tingent of the R.A.M.C., Salonica, and Driver Victor Jones, A.S.C., in training. In civil life Sapper Jones was a grocer's assistant at Fish- guard. ANNIVERSARY. On Sunday I and Monday the English Congre- gational Church held their anni- versary services, when the Rev. J. Ilenry Thomas, Cardiff, delivered very impressive discourses on the following subjects: — "Divinity of Labour,' "Spiritual Aviators," and "The Welfare of Eternity." On Mon- day evening the Rev. E. Griffith Evans, B.A., Cardiff, delivered an eloquent sermon on the "Message to the New Age." Rev. J. T. Jones, pastor, conducted the services. Mr. David Smith was precentor, and Mr. Tom Jones organist. HOME. ON LEAVE. — Sergt. Jack Hughes, of the R.M.R.E., came home on Monday, after being on the Western front since the outbreak of war. Hughes was called up as an old reservist, and drafted abroad immediately. He is the youngest son of the late Mr. Tom Hughes, of Bryngomer, Ynysybwl .-Private Joe Lewis, youngest son of Mrs. Lewis, 118 Robert Street, Ynysybwl, was home on leave during the last week.— Private Rees Davies, of the Welsh Regiment, is now home on leave from Liverpool. Previous to his enlist- ment he was in the employ of the Ynysybwl Co-operative Society's Butchering Department.
MOUNTAIN ASH COLLIERY ACCIDENT. Mr Victor Phillips, Abercwmboi, was badly crushed between wagons at Nixon's Navigation Colliery on Tues- day evening. He was taken to the Mountain Ash Cottage Hospital.
IN MEMORfAM. MORGAN. In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, Martha Morgan, 55 Monk Street, who de- parted this life June 24th, 1913. I Go l called her, and it was his will, But in our hearts we love her still, Her memory is as dear to-day As in the hour she passed away. —Fondly remembered by her loving husband and children MABEL & PERCY.
2nd BATTALION CLAMORCAN VOLUNTEER RECIMENT. "B" COMPANY. Orders for week ending July 7, 1917. July lst.-Churcli Parade at Eng- lish Weslevan Chapel. Aberdare. Parade Drill Hall 10.15 a.m. Band I will attend. | Monday.—Musketry, 7.30 p.m. (uni- form) Tuesday.—Platoon Drill, 8 p.m. (uniform). \re(inesday.-N.C.O's Class, 7.3 p.m. (uniform). Thursday.—Class Firing, 7 p.m. (uniform). Friday.—Bayonet Training, 7.30 p.m. (uniform). Recruits of the age'of 17 are re- quired for the above Battalion. For Duty.—Platoon Commander Lieut. W. C. Cox; Platoon Sergeant M. W. Morgan; Corpl. J. W. Young. A. L. GREGOR, Captain.