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r" I Tt!NI2!E,Y;\L I 1 *■ AND EMPIRE PALACE, MERTHYR. ?-? I  Resident Manager Mr. R. T. REA. | ■ 7.30 ONCE NIGHTLY. 7.30 I Week commencing MONDAY, OOT. 29th, 1917. S  Matinee Thursday at 2.30. Free List Entirely Suspended. | ? No Children or Babies admitted. I I • First Visit of the Great London and New York Success— j POTASH & PERLMUTTER j 2 A Comedy in Three Acts. The Hit of Two London Seasons. 2 t Early Doors and Bookings for Stalls and Circle. B ? Circle, 2/8 Stalls, 2/- Pit, 1/- Gallery, 6d. > ) ?" Circ!e, 2/8 StaHs, 2/- P:t, 1/- GaB?ery, 6d. iBiiaBiiMnBtianBiinBBBiiiBMBiiiaHiuaBiHaniiMiJ r" wiiii1 iiw i mil mi wiiiiiiitiiii iiriiriiiriTrni n m iiiiiiiiiii—11mrnnnriwiTTf 11-ttt—'• t"utitimmn t im^ I Merthyr Electric Theatre j ■ Week commencin g Monday, October 29th. 1 1- CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE FROM 2.30 TILL 10.30 P.M. DAILY. | I- Monday Tuesday, and Wednesday- §j STORM & SUNSHINE." j 1= STC?!! theiIIiFaINE. 1= Pearl of the Army-Episode 3. i His Naughty Thought-Triangle Comedy. fi I. Married on Credit-Chaplin Comedy. Love Regained-Drama. 8 Pathe's Gazette, &c. B s 2 I Thursday, Friday, and Saturday— 8 I ThurSda:, Frida:, L:ÄsatpHALENE." Drama. I Dry Goods and Damp Deeds—Gaumont Comedy. 1 I The Rounders—featuring Charlie Chaplin. 8{ Bombs and Boarders-featuring Billy West (Comedy). I Pathe's Gazette, &c. 2 I- ADMISSION 3d—Tax, Id.; 6d.- Tax, 2d.; ?——Tax, 3d. I I Children' s Matinee on Saturday at 10.15-1d. only. 5 î, i m II II II II «• BLANCHARD'S PILLS I Are unrivalled for all Irregularities, etc., they speedily afford relief and never fail to alleviate all suffering. They supersede Peniyroyal, Pill Cochia, Bitter, Apple, &c. Blanchard's are the best of all Pills for Women. Sold in boxes, 1/H, by BOOTS' Branches, and all Chemists, or post free, same price, from Leslie Martin, td, Chemists, 34 Dalston Lane, London Samples & valuable booklet sent free, ld. stamp. Organisers Wanted. THE National Agricultural Labourers' and JL Rural Workers' Union require the ser- vices of several Organisers, and applicants should at once apply for form of application to R. B. WALKER, General Secretary, National Agricultural Labourers' and Rural Workers' Union, Wensum House, Hempton, Fakenham, Norfolk. WORKMEN'S HALL, YNYSHIR. A PUBLIC DEBATE (POLITICAL v. INDUSTRIAL ACTION), will be held in the above Hall ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1917. Affirmation: It is not essential in order to establish the Industrial Commonwealth, that the Working-Class should project a Parlia- mentary Political Party." Affirmative: MR. NOAH ABLETT. Negative: MR. T. 1. MARDY JONES. Christian Ethics Class. LEADER: REV. J. MORGAN JONES. EVERY MONDAY NIGHT AT HOPE CHAPEL AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. A HEARTY INVITATION GIVEN TO ALL. Buccaneering Tradesmen." MERTHYR STIPENDIARY THREATENS IMPRISONMENT. "We take a serious view of this refusal to exhibit price lists because it not only places the public at the mercy of the tradesmen but shows a determination to defy the law and defeat the schemes of the .Food Controller," said the Mer- thyr Stipendiary (Mr. R. A. Griffith) on Tues- day when George Dennis, butcher, Dowlais, and Leyshon Humphreys, poulterer, Dowlais, were fined tIO each (with the alternative of 31 days' imprisonment for not keeping in a conspicuous place the tabulated prices of meats they were selling.. His Worship added that he wished to warn that class of people whom he termed "buccaneer- ing butchers, bakers and grocers/' who were in his opinion the worst enemies of the country in these critical times—more dangerous than Huns or Turks because they were extortionate—and such practices tended to break and sap the en- durance of the nation. If drastic penalties failed to make an impression the bench would not hesitate to resort to imprisonment of such people.

To Ye To Whom The World Appeals.

The Freedom of the Press ?

Gilfach Goch Notes. I

Political Notes.I

I The Electric Theatre.I