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_'F- AWUSEMENTS. 1.30. TO-NIGHT. J.30. ThoDa: Central S2. I MOSS EMPIRES, LIMITED, Present ALBERT DE COURVILE'S NEW PRODUCTION, r I IV l i e 'TtP TOP! TUB BY ED UN, I PERCY YORKE, I IAN LLOYD MACKENZIE, ¡ Lily Edwards, I Mabei Marks, J. K) ALLEN, 'I MARTIN DAWSON. Max Mayne and Harper, I A SUPER BEAUTY CHORUS, I E Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Edna Goodrick in THE DRESSMAKER'S,, MODEL- HOUDINI, the World-Renowned Hand- (i)fr Kmg, and Jack Boaker. I TEDDY AND THE THROTTLE TEDDY AND THE THROTTLE Texas Guinau as tho Tigress iu THE GUN I WOM^N^.a Thrilling Western Drama). Topical Budget usuil Full Programme. ROYAL Theatre. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Constance Talmadgc in SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE. THE POWER OF RIGHT (Drama, Five J?cels). I WINKLE RiVALS AND RUFFIANS .Comedy). Epinyi-IL- 7, THf- SILfcNT MYSTERY, Desert Outlaws Twu Red Urania. Monday Next.-OWEN MOORE in THE CRIMSON GARDENIA. <C? '??'? ? ?F?? CASTLE ?.?——?a CAêEILE 2.30. TO-DAY. 10.30. Francis Bushman and Beverley Bayne m I THE VOICE OF CONSCIENCE, ¡ Metro Master Production. I UNEASY MONEY, the 'Strand Magazine' I Story by 1'. G. WtKidh'jiiM', featuring Taylor Hclmes. Mutt & Jeff—Subbing for Tom Mix. 1 His Busy Day. Weekly Pictorial and Pathe Gazette. CARLTON. 2.30. TO DAY. 10.30,1 LITTLE WOMEN, an All Star A l 'i A .Paramount. Pictur«\ Pauline Frederick in The FEAR WOMAN (Don't- Miss this Socn-ty Drama). HANDS UP. 'Episode 14: li The Oracle's ¡ Decree." Miss the Great Serial of Adventure, THE LIGHTNING RAIDER, Episode 1, featuring Pearl White. I Djn't M? the MAYOR'S PRU?ESStON PICTURE HOUSE 2.30. T 0 D A Y 10.30. B?e Ethel Clayton in THE MYSTERY GIRL, from George Barr Book, Green Fancy." I W!VES OF MEN, t?h.ring Horpncp Reed, -supported l,y Powerful Cumr?ny. THE GIRL AND THE GRAFT, An O'Henry Story. Pathe's Gazette. Don't Miss tho MAYOR'S PROCESSION Y.M.C.A. CINEMAI (Entrance—Page Street). THE HOME OF COMFORT. Thursday, ,Friday and Saturday. Most Fascinating Comedy Drama, THE APPLE TREE GIRL ( J ive Reels). Also Topical, Interest, and Comedy Pictures. PUBLIC NOTICES. J. S. ARNOLD, STOCK AND SHARE BROKER, Bank Buildings, Castle Square, Swansea. Tel. "Jarohl," wanea. 'Phone 1st Cent, NEUADD GYHOEDDUS TUMBLE. CYSTADLEUAETH CHWAREU DRAMA Yn y lie uchod, Chwefror 2ail hyd y 7led, 1920 Rhaid i Enwan y Cvstadleuwyr fed yn llaw n- er'ovn Rhagtvr (jd, 1919. Cyfyngir y Gystadieuaeth j Gwroniau D,,iiitoclc,l o tewlI 20 milltir i Tumble. Manylion pellach oddiwrth yr Ysgrifen- | yddion- Mr. LUTHER LEWIS, 2, Railway Place, Tumble: Mr. E. R. R. LEWIS. Gorslea, Tumble. W.N.F.D. & D.S. & S. (Swansea Branch). A GRAND SOCIAL Will be hold at MOND BUILDINGS, On THURSDAY NEXT, at 7 p.m. Refreshments Provided. Members (both Men and Women) are requested to attend. W. F. FRA-NCIS, Gen. Sec. -» EXHIBITION OF British Battle, Photographs IN COLOUR, On Loan from The Imperial War Museum, London, NOW ON VI EW at the Deffett Francis Art Gallery, Alexandra Road, Swansea. 10 a.m. to 9 p m. ADMISSION Sd. (including TAX). Children under lie Half-prica. I\MUEMEf4 ra. GRAND Theatre SWANSEA. MONDAY, lith NOVEMBER, 1919, Six Nights at 7.30, MATINEE on SATllRDAY at 2.30 p.m. Important Engagement of the Celebrated London Act-or, LOUIS CALVERT I Aud Full London Company, in thd I Great Success, DADDALUMS' NEXT WEEK- Murray King & Chas. Clark's Compy. in "THE PURPLE MASK." GRAND Theatre NEXT WEEK. NEXT WEEK. i NEXT WEEK. Murray King & Charies Clark 'j (of Romance Fame) present I THE PURPLE MASK. THE PURPLE MASK. j THE PURPLE MASK. (By arrangement with Matheson Lang). An adaption of the Great Parisian Success j Le Chevalier an Mosque," from the Lyric, Princess it Scala Theatre, London. HAYDEN COFFIN as A KM AND." ) THE PURPLE MASK. THE PURPLE MARK, THE PURPLE MASK. Next Week. Box Office Plan Next Week. Next Week. now open. Next Week. +_ BRIGHTON HALL GORSEI NON. THREE NIGHTS ONLY! THURSDAY, FRIDAY, & SATURDAY, November 20th, 21st, and 22nd. The BUNCH OF KEYS, j Variety Entertainers and Pierrot Troupe. j| DOLLY JONES, Premier Juvenile Comedienne in Latest Songs and Burlesque Dances. 1 Miss AUDREY GRANBY, Pa inty Come- dienne. A Style of her own. Miss NORA DAVIES, Soprano. JACK CLIFFORD, Vocalist and Light 1 Comedian. BILLY WOOD ROW, featuring the Welsh Railway Porter. EDDIE LANG, the Mournful One, in his Screaming Successes, Thuthie and a Dada." At the Piano—Miss BESSIE DAVIES, I L.L.C.M. Party ill Glees, Double Turns, and a SCREAMING SKETCH, entitled Demobilisation at Whitehall." Doors Open at: 7. Commence at 7.30. Prices of Admission: Front Seats, 2s.; Second do.. Is. Proceeds in Aid of Gorscinon War Memorial Fund, Reg. 189. .0- PUBLIC NOTICES.  KEEP THESE DATES CLEAR. I Thursday, Dec. 11th, Friday, Dec. 12th, I Saturday, Dec. 13th. 11 THEY ARE THE DATES FIXED FOR THE BIGGEST EVENT OF I THE WINTER THE s Whist Drive and Dance AT THE Hotel Metropole. The Ladies' Committee of the Widows' and Orphans' Fund (and Children's Summer Home) is making the arrange- ments. They are securing Good Prizes and it will be the WHIST DRIVE OF THE SEASON. Thursday and Saturday—9.33 p.m. to 12 p.m., Tickets will be offered you WATTS JONES. 14 DAYS' SALE OF MILLINERY, Ladies' COATS and FURS. All remaining Millinery at Less than Half-price. Ladies' Coats and Furis at Greatly Reduced Prices. SEE WINDOWS 256, Oxford Street, S IVA NSEA. ■» puBi.,c L = a le NOTICES. MUMBLES PIER. SKATING RINKS OPEN DAILY from 11 a.m. till Dusk. THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, From 11 a.m. till 10 p.m. Admission to Rink and Use of /T 1 Rolier Skates for Three Hours, 6d. NEW ROLLER SKATES. Refreshments of all Kinds at Pier Hotel. ST. HELEN'S GROUND SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd. NEATH < V. SWANSEA KICK OFF 3 o'clock. ADMISSION FIELD. Is.; GRAD STAND, Is. 6d. lxtra. (inclusive of Tax). Comrades of the Great War (Swansea 8ranch). BUY A FLAG On Saturday, Ncvember 22nd, 1919, Entire Proceeds in Aid of the Discharged Sailors' and Soldiers' (DEPENDANTS) BENEVOLENT FUND. Ladies desirous, of assisting are earnestly requested to call at Comrades' Offices, 4, College-street, Swansea. SALES BY AUCTION. CRUSS INN HOTEL. AMMANFORD. Messrs. J. Davies & Co. Will Sell hy PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on SATURDAY, NOVEM- BER 29th, 1919, A "Sunbeam" Motor Car, 16—20 Horse Power. To &-at 5 or 7 Persons Privately owned, and having done very little work during war time, and now in excellent running order. Would mate a Olendicl Hiring Car. Trial Trips can be arranged on appli- cation to Messrs. Watkins and Blick, Llandovery. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock. Terms-Cash. Auctioneers' Offices: Llangadoek, Llan- dovery and Llandilo. Special Articles on the Coming AotbaH Prospects. Photos and Reports of Local 6ames. *11 the Results. SEE "SPORTING NEWS." f   ? ?'?-? T= Now carrying FULL SUPPLIES of GENUINE FORD SPARE PART§. Call, Phone or Write i- HUTCHINS 1& CO,LIMITED, 3.7.WIWQ stperr SWANSEA I AOTHCaiSRX I I D€A?M A NO MNTSSTOaOSK ■ I Hllllrfufr-

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