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THEATRE ROYAL & EMPIRE PALACE, Medhyr I Licensee—Mr. Will Smithson. Managing Director—Mr. William Firth. S General Manager—Mr. Fred Dry. 5 ) 6.30 TWICE NIGHTLY. 8.30 ? ROTH PFRFORMANCM PRECISELY THE SAME. I j Week commencing MONDAY, JANUARY 27th, 1919. I = —— —-— I- Messrs. H. Armitage and Arthur Leigh's Popular Company I N WILL PRESENT I t Monday, Tuesday & Wedneaday Rex Beach s Romance— I THE BARRIER. >  { I Thursday and Saturday—Charles Klein's Masterpiece I { THE LION AND THE MOUSE I Friday OnIY-HaddOnpASŠ1ERSY- BY I j PASSERS BYE  I CIRCLE STALLS PIT GALLERY I I Pr!cesofA?!sstM:&r!Mn?DMrs— Is. 5d. 1/- 7d. 4d. I Tax, 4d. Tax, 3d. Tax, 2d. Tax, Id. I Booked and Reserved-Circle, 1j8-Tax 4d.; Stalls, 1/2 -Tax 4d. J  I Merthyr Electric Theatre r" It commencing Monday, January 27th. '1' I Mertmm!d!aua!:eatre I I: CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE FROM 2.30 TILL 10.30 P.M. DAILY. 1= t ? Monday Tuesday, and Wednesday- I Versatile GLADYS BROCKWELL in I 1- "FOR LIBERTY!" j I COUNT BERNSTORFF'S SECRETS, Part 1. I — The Story of the German Spy-Plots in America. — 1 I Charlie Chnplin in CHARLIE THE PERFECT LADY. Pathe's Coloured Pictorial and Pathe's Gazette. I Thursday, Friday, and Saturday— I "LEST WE FORGET" I The Magni&cent Super- D rama of Love and Danger, introducing the Memorable J Sinking of the" Lusitania." S ■ I THE PICTURE' WRITER-Short Drama. I Charlie Chaplin in THE FLOORWALKER. II I THE ROMANCE OF OLIVE, Part 3. N Pathe's Gazette, &c. m (PRICES: 5d., 9d., 1/3 including Tax. Children: 3d., 5d. & 8d. I N Children's Performance at One o'clock on Saturdays. I S Ordinary Saturday Performance starts at 3.30 o'clock. Other Days 2.30 as usual. g It .It' .i — nV"*7C« ?'? unrivalled for all Irregularities, etc., they LBLLAAN'CHARD"S speedily ord relief and never fail to alleviate a" suffering. They supersede Pennyroyal, Pill Dil l W Cochia, Bitter, Apple, &c. Blanchard's are the ■ best of all Pills for Women. Sold in bOxOS, <?2, by BOOTS' Branches and all Chemists, or post free, same price, (romi LESLIE MARTIN, Ltd., Chemists, 34 Dalston Lane, London. Samples and valuable booklet sent free, 1d. stamp. A Note to Parents Your chief consideration is the welfare of your sons and daughters. Do you know that your child will be assured of a good situation if W trained by us ? LOVIS'S COMMERCIAL SCHOOL IS THE PREMIER SCHOOL OF ITS KIND. It is the open door to the BEST BUSINESS POSITIONS, and guar- antiees permanent and lucrative employment to all its Students. The demand for highly trained and really competent Shorthand Typists is very much greater than the supply. We make a Speciality of every Student Special SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING classes are now form- ing. Lessons are given daily at all hours, the times being arranged to meet the oonvenienoe of Students. FEES MODERATE. SUCCESS GUARANTEED. Call and see the Principal- J. HENRY LOVIS, P.C. T., F.C. T.S. (Inc.), (Author of the Progressive Correspondence Course in Pitman's Shorthand), 9 Cross Thomas Street, Merthyr Tydfil. Hours of Enrolment 9 to 11 a.m. Daily. Pff* SPIRITUALISM. OW Visit of the Queen of Orators to Merthyr. SPECIAL SERVICES will be held in connec- tion with the above cause at St. Tydfil's Spiritualist Society, Angel Buildings, Merthyr, on Sunday and Monday, January 26 and 27, 1910 when Addresses will be given by Mrs. JENNIE WALKER (Late of Canada). Meetings to Commence:—Sunday, 11 a.m. 2.30 and 6 p.m.; Monday evening at 7.30 p.m. Clairvoyance at each meeting. SILVER COLLECTION AT ALL MEETINGS. A Treat for all who come and a Hearty Welcome. MERTHYR DISTRICT MINERS. CENTRAL LABOUR COLLECE CLASSES. ECONOMIC CLASSES under the above aus- E pices will recommence at AnP} Buildings, FRIDAY XIGHT NEXT, at 7.15 p.m. Teacher: MR. NOAH ABLETT (Miners' Agent). HOPE CHAPEL, MERTHYR. SUNDAY, JANUARY 26th, 1919. Preacher- Rev. J. Morgan Jones, M.A. SUBJECT-" SLEEP." Servloes to begin at 11 o'olook and 6 p.m. nrAnimO CATARRH, HEAD NOISES, easily cured !!hAhNr\?? days by the new ("FRENCH DEAFNESSO RiLENE." Scores of wonderful cures reported. COMPLETELY CURED. Age 76. ( Mr. Thomas Winslade, of Borden, Hants, writes I am delighted I tried the new Orlene," for the head noises. I am pleased to tell you, ARE GONE, and I can hear as well as ever I equid in my life. I think it wonderful, as I am 76 years old, and the people here are surprised to think I can hear so well again at my age." Many other equally good reports. I Try one box to-day, which can be forwarded to any address upon the receipt of money order for 2/9. THERE IS NOTHING BETTER AT ANY PRICE. Address, ORLENE Co., Railway Crcscent, West Croydon, 8urrey, Eng MERTHYR I.L.P. Course of Economic Lectures AT BENTLEY'S HALL, by Mr. J. T. WALTON NEWBOLD, M.A. Lecture 1-Monday, February 27th— "THE BECINNINCS OF CAPITALISM" (Industry and Commerce before 1760). Lecture 2-Tuesday, February 28th— "THE INPUSTRIAL REVOLUTION" (Its influence 011 the Iron Industry of Mer- thyr and District). Lecture 3-Wednesday, February 29th— "THE CLASS STRUCCLE IN MERTHYR AND MONMOUTH (1796-1848). Lecture to Commence at 7.30 each evening. THE MERTHYR TYDFIL WAR PENSIONS COMMITTEE R EQ l IRE an additional malt. Clerk at their Central Office. Salary 1:2 10s. per week. Must be an efficient Correspondent and Account- ant. Preference will be given to a capable dis- charged sailor or soldier. Applications, with particulars of age, quali- fications and not more tlian three testimonials, endorsed Clerk," must reach the undersigned not later than first post Thursdav, 30th January, 1919. r TREVOR THOMAS, Secretary. Victoria Chambers, Merthyr Tydfil. SWANSEA I.L.P. PRIZE DRAW INC. WINNING Numbers: 7304, 881, 3460, 7138, (32(H), 3804, 7024, 2038, 2394, 3463, 4525.— Applications for prizes to be made to the Treasurer, I.L.P., Central Hall, Swansea. WANTED a Checkweigher at No. 4 Main Colliery, who must be a financial member of the South Wales Miners' Federation. -Apply to John Ware, 14 Dynevor Road, Skewen, not later than January 31st (first post). SITUATIONS VACANT. GENERAL Servant wanted; small family; no children; wages t40 a year; each even- ing free, 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday afternoon and evening off; private house, and very com fort- able home help given; fare paid.—Apply, Cox, 44 Barrowgate Road, Chiswick (near London).

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