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4 lectri*c lheaAt- re- SECOND HALF: LADY TREE in Mj*K erth- STILL WATERS RUN DEEP1 CAST' MiltonRosmer  STUPENDOUS A TTRAC I «lfrayy ifJSSSSl I ? ?? Mildmay Hilda Bruce-Potte  A 81 6 Mr. Potter (her uncle) Rutland Barringtoc i Week commencing April 17, 1916. Hawksley Sydney So.S FIRST HA, c Gimlet (a Private Detective) E. H. Brookc FIRST HALF: Mrs. Hector Sternhold LADY TREt ] W I ▼ I WI p I^ W I▼ I y THE MAN CA JU% Lady Tree's First Appearance on the Screen. 1 U L ? Brand New News Gaxette—depicting Scenes from all Parts of the World. j ? j? J ? ? M )t J ? VW ?TT?V T????? ? "? THE DEAD. Your Daily Paper seen in icturs < Prices—3d., 6d., & is. Time—2.30 to 10 p.m. daily. In accordance with the Licensing Authorities Wonder Film. Five Reels of Sensation. You have never seen any Picture to wishes, we close at 10 o'clock. Programmes commence actually at 2.30, 5.30, and 7.30 p.m. daily. equal ULTUS. It is terrific. Three Days only. Free List and Privileges entirely suspended. THE PALACE. Manager, HALL-JONES. Comfort, Refinement and Amusement. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, three days only, the gigantic production— MACISTE Featuring the Negro Hercules of Cabiria fame. A wonderful display of great physical strength in a stirring Drama of Love and Hate. As shqwn at crowded Cinemas in all the great towns. The Great Serial-THE BROKEN COIN, Episode 13. A great Skit TOO MUCH SAUSAGE. Thursday to Saturday next, an All-British Masterpiece—THE WHITE HOPE, a tale of the grand old English sport of boxing, featuring Stewart Rome, Miss Violet Hopson, and Miss Chrissie White. Special War Picture-THE GREAT FRENCH ADVANCE. And other attractive Features. Children's Special Entertainment every Saturday morning at 10.15. ld.,2d. and 3d. r II .It It II i T I1NE.?Tt L I M AND EMPIRE PALACE, MERTHYR. S I 6.45. TWICE NIGHTLY. 8.45. j i i Monday, April 17th, 1916, and during the Week. i ? Another Sparkling REVUE- I" Sugar and. spice I I The Caste includes I ? GABY DAVIS and BERT SESWICK j And the "SWEETIE-SWEETIE" CHORUS. • I LECARDO BROTHERS. II TIMES AND PRICES AS USUAL. Send a Donation to the Special Easter Fund of the WORKERS' SUFFRAGE FEDERATION Head Office: 400 Old Ford Road, Bow, E. Hon. Secretary Miss Sylvia Pankhurst. Hon. Treasurer Dr. Barbara Tchaykovsky. MEMBERSHIP: Id. entrance fee; Id. a month afterwards. Open to all men and women. Junior Associates, 14 to 18 years. Works to secure Human Suffrage, namely, a vote for every man and woman over 21 years. The Woman's Dreadnought. !Zd. weekly. Published at 4CO Old Ford Road, Bow, E. The "Mother's Arms" Day Nursery and Mother and Infant Clinic, 438 Old Ford Road, Bow, E. Cost Price Restaurant, 400 Old Ford Road, Bow, E. Poplar Clinic and Cost Price Restaurant, 20 Railway Street, Poplar. Bromley Clinic, 53 St. Leonard Street, Bromley. South-West Mam Clinic, 55 Fife Road. Our clinics are costly because we realise that a bottle of milk is often better than a bottle of medicine, a good meal may be more useful than a tonic. Co-operative Toy Factory, 45 Norman Road, Bow. Send us as much as you can. Help the Women to help them- selves and the Children. THE SPUR" Because the Workers need a Spur. Edited by GUY A. ALDRED. Kartooned by "KRITIKOS." The Enemy of every God, the Foe of every King, Flies only the Red Flag. Single copies—Post free, lid. annual subscrip- tion, Is. 6d. APRIL ISSUE NOW ON SALE. Special No-Conscription and Anti-Tribunalitis Number. Together with Miscellaneous Collection Aldred's Literature, worth 3s. Od. post free, Is. 6d. Published at 17 Richmond Gardens, Shepherd's Bush, London, W. Cardiff Council Against Conscription and No-Conscription Fellowship. GREAT Anti-Conscription Demonstration "REPEAL THE ACT" at the CORY HALL, CARDIFF, MONDAY, APRIL 17th, 1916, t At 7.30 p -m. Speakers GEORGE ROBERT LANSBURY WILLIAMS J. p. F. FLETCHER (Australian Freedom League). Rev. JOHN MORGAN JONES, M.A., Merthyr. Collection to defray Expenses. Has your name appeared in our 10,000 Shil- iiingso Fund Iiit? If not, let it be there next week. ABERDARE Horse and Whippet Races. Easter Monday & Tuesday April 24th & 25th. Over Xioo in Prizes. For particulars apply—JACK PRICE, Brecon Road, Merthyr. DOWLAIS DEMOCRATS, NOTE! A Great LECTURE Will be delivered by Coun. MORGAN JENKINS (Caerphilly) in the DOWLAIS LIBRARY On SUNDAY EVENING NEXT, APRIL 16th At 7.45 p.m. National Insurance Acts. Merthyr Miners' Approved Society. THE ANNUAL MEETING Of the above will be held at the Assembly Rooms, Angel Buildings, MERTHYR, on MONDAY, MAY 1st, 1916, Commencing 6 o'clock. Members, Please Note. THERE IS ONLY ONE OINTMENT THAT CURES And this is snpplied by Chemists and the MANNINA OINTMENT CO., FISHGUARD, And is sold in Three Strengths—1, 2 & 3. GET YOUR I I TOBACCO I L AT | Our Shop 74a, Pontmorlais, Merthyr. | PROGRESSIVE LITERATURE J Kept in Stock or got to order. 8 MERTHYR TYDFIL UNION. PROBATIONER NURSES WANTED (WORK- HOUSE INFIRMARY). THE Guardians of the Poor of the above Union invite Applications for Appoint- ments as Probationer Nurses from persons not under 18 years of age. The Appointments will be made by examina- tion to he held at the Workhouse, Merthyr Tydfil, of which due notice will be given to Applicants. Further particulars may be obtained from the Master of the Workhouse, Merthyr Tydfil. By Order. FRANK T. JAMES Clerk to the Guardians. ¡ 134 High Street, Merthyr Tydfil.

IThe Compulsion Act at Work.