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| I THEATRE ROYAL & EMPIRE PALACE, Merthyr jI ? Licensee— Mr. Will Smitbson. Re&ident Manager—Mr. Fred Dry. I 6.30 TWICE NIGHTLY. 8.30 j ? Week commencing MONDAY, MAY 20th, 1918. I I H. ARMITAGE A ARTHUR LEIGH'S COMPANY SECOND WEEK. I S MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY—(By Special Requt). j THE LION AND THE MOUSE j I of the World's Greatest Plays. I | FRIDAY & SATURDAY — One of the World's Greatest Plays. S I THE BARRIER j I Rex Beach's Masterpiece. I J Circle, 1/- Stalls, 9d. Pit, 6d. Gallery, 3d. It It PLUS NEW TAX. r" II | Merthyr Electric Theatre j I Mrtcomi!daY !eatre I' J CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE FROM 2.30 TILL IWO P.M. DAILY. | I Monday, Tuesday! and Wednesday- I i RebecceO8tI.k Farm j | One of Mary Plckford's Finest Pictures. I I- GLORIA'S ROMANCE-Part 18. THE GOAT—BUty West. Comedies and Pathe's Gazette. ? I Thursday, Friday, and Saturday- "The Love That Lives!" I S Featuring the talented PauHne Frederick. 1 I THE RED ACE-Part 4. j "PIMPLE'S PARALYSING PERFORMANCE." I I • Comedies, Pathe's Gazette, &c. 1 m I ADMISSION • 3d.—Tax, Id.; 6d.—Tax, 2d.; 1/ Tax, 3d. I I Children's Performance at One o'clock on Saturdays. I 5 Ordinary Saturday Performance starts at 3.30 o'clock. Other Days 2.30 as usual. g Lt. It II It '11 .I BOOKS THREE ESSENTIALS IN THE SOCIALIST ARMOURY. SOCIALISM AFTER THE WAR < By J. R. MAODONALD, M.P. THE STATE 1/3 By WILLIAM PAUL. INDUSTRIAL UNIONISM AND THE MINING INDUSTRY S 1/- By GEORGE HARVEY. The Democrats Handbook to Merthyr 0d., reduced to Id., Postage 2d. (A Mine of looal Historical and Industrial Information). OUR SHOP, Pontmorlais, Merthyr HOPE CHAPEL, MERTHYR, SUNDAY, MAY 19th, 1918. Rev. J. Morgan Jones, M.A. A CORDIAL WELOOME EXTENDED TO ALL MARXIAN CENTENARY PAMPHLET. THE SOCIALISM OF KARL MARX, with a biogra-phioal sketch of the life of Karl Mars, the Socialist; with illustrations. I BY A. E. COOK. 'r" *■ Post Free 3d., or 1/6 for 13 copies (post extra). Send Orders to A. J. SOLOMONS, 12 Binme Place, Monteith Row, GLASGOW. THE NEW CRUSADER. SPECIAL WHITSUNTIDE NUMBER. 5 0 for 3 6. 10. c-ach, poet fre..50 for 3/6. BACK NCHBERS for distribution at Whitsuntide, half-price, or ,free on SPECIAL application. Please order at once, stating number required. THE SECRETARY, Christian Peaoe Crusade, 39 DOUGHTY STREET, LONDON, W.O.I. WINNING NUMBERS of JOHN MORGAN'S V v Prize Drawing, Penywern: 1st prize, 934; 2nd, 667;- 3rd, 1185; 4th, 492; 5th, 985; 6tli, roö; 7th, 532 St-h 1148; 9th, 568; 10th, 896; llthj 240; 12th, 482. All prizes to be claimed within fourteen days.—Secretary. ABERDARE RACES. YNYS MEADOW. WHIT-MONDAY, May 20th (By kind permission of the Minister of Munitions), GRAND TROTTING, GALLOWAY, FOOT, CYCLE AND WHIPPET RACES. NEARLY Lm IN PRIZES. Excellent Entries. First Race 2.30 p.m. THE TEMPLE, TRAMROADSIDE NORTH. ON SUNDAY AND MONDAY NEXT (MAY 19th and 20th), THE SERVICES WILL BE CONDUCTED BY Mrs. CHRISTIE (of Torquay), Services: — Sunday at 11 and 6. Monday at 7.30 pum. SILVER COLLECTIONS. I.L.P. HALL, GRAjG SQUARE, PONTYPRIDD ON SUNDAY NEXT, MAY 19th, 1918, NOAH TROMANS (Mountain Ash), wW speak. Subject—"THE DAWN OF DEMOCRACY." /S;"amh Meeting—Saturday, May 16, 7?0 p.m.

I The Electric Theatre


An Open Letter to Arthur HendersonI

New Theatre Manager. I

"Peace Offensive" in The House.

it Arthur Henderson at Wrexham.

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