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I THEATRE ROYAL & EMPIRE PALACE, Merthyr I Licensee—Mr. Will Smithson. Resident Manager—Mr. Fred Dry. I 6.30 TWICE NIGHTLY. 8.30 1- j Week commencing MONDAY, APRIL 15th, 1918. I GRAND VAUDEVILLE ATTRACTION. I The Famous Femina Quartette I Including MISS LILIAN BURGESS, the renowned Soprano. I AL PENNY, The Duo in Ono." LES ARTOIS, the clever bar performers. | ANCASTER, Comedy Juggler. DORIS BROUGHTON, Soprano Vocalisrt. I LES EPHRAIM presents an original Sketch Co., "THE MEANEST MAN ON EARTH." I 1 NEXT WEEK—"THE MAID OF THE MOr'"TALS. I Circle, 1/- Stalls, 9d. Pit, 6d. Gallery, 3d. It II 11_' PLUS NEW TAX. '_11 r' II II II I Merthyr Electri*c heatre 8 Week commencing Monday, April 15th.  'CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE FROM 2.30 TILL 10.30 P.M. DAILY. I I ¡CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCË FROM 2.30 TILL 10.30 P.M. DAILY. 'I j Dr. NickolarBid for Fortune| i Dr. !!KRB.une I I GLORIA'S ROMANCE-Part 13. THE HERO—BiHy West Comedy. | 1 Comedies and Pathe's Gazette. I m Thursday, Friday, and Saturday— I I ThFrÿ ;dl;Utine "Girl" m .I The Valentine "Girr! Featuring Sweet Marguerite Ctark. ? I THE GREY GHOST—Part 14. A REGIMENT OF TWO. I Comedies, Pathe's Gazette, &c. I ADMISSION 3d.—Tax, Id. 6d.—Tax, 2d.; 1/—Tax, 3d. I Children's Performance at One o'clock on Saturdays. I Ordinary Saturday Performance starts at 3 o'clock. Other Days 2.30 as usual.. L.t II II tt II_II .i HOPE CHAPEL, MERTHYR, SUNDAY, APRIL 14th, 1918. Rev. J. Morgan Jones, M.A. SUBJECT-" SILENCE." A CORDIAL WELCOME EXTENDED TO ALL BOOKS THREE ESSENTIALS IN THE SOCIALIST ARMOURY. "■ ft SOCIALISM AFTER THE WAR 1/- By J. R. MACDONALD, M.P. THE STATE t/3 By WILLIAM PAUL. INDUSTRIAL UNIONISM AND THE MINING tNDUSTRY V- By GEORGE HARVEY. The Democrats Handbook to Merthyr 6d., reduced to Id., Postage 2d. (A Mine of local Historical and Industrial Information). OUR I SHOP, Ponrtmorlais, Merthyr Labour Day, May 1 st, 1918 MERTHYR TRADES UNIONIST DEMONSTRATION. Great Attractions at Cyfarthfa Park and Olympia Rink. BRASS BAND CONTESTS AND MARCHING COMPETITION. CHILDREN'S SPORTS. Races for Boys and Girls. 8 Events, &8 in Prizes (Entries close April 23rd). FOR PROGRAMME APPLY TO W. J. DAVIES, 2 Pembroke Place, Penydarren, Merthyr Tydfil. GREAT EISTEDDFOD AT THE RINK, for full particulars apply LEWIS MILLS, 8 Stuart Street, Merthyr Tydfil. The following will speak at the Park- ROBERT SMILLIE, DR. MARION PHILLIPS, AND REV. J. M. JONES. ALL THE ABOVE ATTRACTIONS FOR 1. TROEDYRHIW ALLOTMENTS' ASSOCIATION Second Annual Horticultural Show, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15th, 1918. OVER 940 IN PRIZES. SECTION 1.-Open. SECTION 2.-Confined to the Merthyr Bor- oughs. SECTION 3.-Confined to Members of the Troedyrhiw Allotments' Association. SCHEDULES READY SHORTLY. PROMOTERS PLEASE DON'T CLASH. Joint Secretaries: WM. HY. POWLES, 22 Park Place. ALFRED TOVEY, 3 School Road. The only alternative to the Government's "Whitley" Report Proposals yet published. THE ORGANISATION OF THE FUTURE. THE WORKERFCOMMITTEE An Outline of Its Principles and Structure. BY J. T. MURPHY. A Pamphlet Explanatory of the Shop Steward's Movement. Published by the Sheffield Workers Committee. Single Copies 2d Post Free 2id. 1/4 per 10. 13/4 per 100. Chrriage Paid. 26,000 already sold. Monthly Account. Order at once from E. LISMER, 56 Rushdale Rd., MEERSBROOK, SHEFFIELD or ORDER "THE NEW CRUSADER," Is. 8d. a quarter. Why I May Not Kill My Brother," 3jd. The Weapon Unsheathed," Is. 5d. "The Last Weapon," Is. 5d. The Wrestlers," 2s. 4d. (Copies of the two last destroyed by the Authorities) all sent post free from THE CHRISTIAN PEACE CRUSADE, 39 DOUGHTY STREET, LONDON, W.C.I.

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