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I CARDIFF PANOPTICON I The entertainment provided at Cardiff Pa,noprtioon this week is up to the high! standard which patrons of this house have come to expect as a matter of course. A wide range of subjects is illustrated on the bioscope in a remarka;bly effective way. The subjects include "Following in Father's i Footsteps," a. humorous pictorial version 1 of tho fa.moua song of that title; The ¡ Boys of the Old Brigade," a rousing military song with fine picture effects, sung by Gwilym Naish; Pansy Faces," sung by that popular vocalist, Miss Ada F-eare; "Which is the way to Heaven," a pretty song, with charming illustrations, sung by the wonderful child vocalist, Little Ituth Walters, and other interesting1 subjects. Miss Hetty Hocking supplies musical items.

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