t lOVER 50 RAURA lEPUiimra fOR VALUE. I —-————— J ;1 ¡ (.. tlf'i 'I LEWIS LEWIS 8 Co. I i ;t), t.J'; (J' (1\" 0 .t '4 !1 .¡ f! ';J 11' c. I .ê 1 "1' II t, Special XMAS SHO W. I UBMmiM Display of Serviceable Presents. ] — il Fur Collars & Sets from Specially Selected Skins' j CONEY SEAL & MUSQUASH COATS. Distinctive Stytes in Crepe-de-Chine, VciBe & Jap Siik Blouses ¡ Wooilen Scarves and Silk Knitted Scarves. I Maltese Collars and Scarves. Children's Dainty Party Frocks in VoBeo, Crape-de-Chi.e &c. | Fancy Linens, Afternoon Cloths, Duchesse Setsg Sideboard Cloths, Toilet Sets, etc. I t7?&?//?, G/o???, Co???, V?M%? Ba jH?J?rc&?/? |K.i Satchels, C?. '?o? Covers, <S? Hose, ??. I 1 DRESSING GOWNS AND JACKETS. i ———————————— ? The Ladies' Underciothmg Department is replet' I ,!i ? with a large selection of Damty Lmgerie. Crep? E de-Chine and Jap Silk Camisoles, etc. || ? Woolien Sports Coats and Jumpers. f Woolien Sports Coats- and Jumpers. I Î S H??? ?T???a 27, 28, 29, High Street, Swansea LEWIS L?WIS (SWANSEA) LTD. jj ) JP<MifMtCMBfcfiaaWFr^lrt3aBBBBEaaMUffKi ,Jwrrufcr1*^ II —iH i ':I ¡' :,1 ￼ Home j| 1! I Bread Secrets '}■ ? t !i if ¡ I BIG. tt?ht, spongy, j| ?-? sweet-crusted loaves !§ | j of fine even texture, and j! i of excellent keeping ii I ¡ qualities with the nutty ig 1 flavour of new wheat I ￼ ￼ result from j| ￼ ￼ j j I Is lour | f ?o /7our like it.' jf ¡ The unvarying succs j| with which you use it '? j makes KARDOV worth J ? while, but absolute '? j ¡purity, freshness and !| ? richness are other j | j reasons why KARDOV i ￼ repays you manifold. |j| t ? KARDOV CANNOT DISAPPOINT. '§ ? ￼ ?.;?.?.?.??.??.? ?' I I Cash price 3?. per lb. bag. I jf 'J AM food Grocen who etody j '|I ?j th<reM*toctM*Mn?AROOV. j | Ii ¡ HNGOV TRACING CO? | j Canhff 89d Swanae?. 1 I ,¡., ? t- ￼ _? __?.?
I AMMAN VALLEY/SCHOOLS. I New Building at Brynamman.. ) At a meeting of the Amman Valley school ,■ managers, on Thursday evening. Mr. lL R. Evans in the chair, a vom aiunication was read from the Com>;v Education Committee stating that tenders had been invited for the erection of a new infants' school at Brynamman. On the direction of tfip medical office"? of health the Ammanford Infants' School had been closed for three weeks on ac- count of an outbreak of measles, and the.: Penvgroes Mixed School till the 5th prox., j as tit-o result of an oulbrea lcof diplitlieri-i and a virulent form of tonsiUtis. A vote of condolence was carried "itli the family of the late liev.W. D. Tli C. Ilrynitniman. one of the oldest managers of the group.
I COTTAGE PROPERTY. I I Mr. Hoary F. Hood held a sale of cottar property at the Hot-el Ciimeron en day. when the following were eold: Xo. 11, Picton-uiace. Swansea, knocked (lwn after keen biddins for JE272 10s. to the tenant; No. 41. Earle-trcet. Hafod, sold to Mr. Edwin Da vies for £ 120; No. 56, Ea.rle-rtrect, knocked down to Mr. Edwards for £120; "I 59, Earie-street, gold for JE120 to Mr. Allan; and No. 40, Earle-street, sold to Mr Jenkins for ZIZO; -No. 37, Earle-etreet war- withdrawn at £ 125.
IS YOUR NAME IN THE LIST? SEND YOUR DONATION TO-NIGHT. ( I "ROBIN" Daeth Robin at y ffenest I gyro am ei "de" Dewch, dowch 1 medd Robin onest, Rhowch bethau yn eu lie; Y tebot ar y pentan, A'r tecell ar y tan; I Boed bendith ar y cyfan, Cewch gennyf finnau gan. j 0-dy-frt.rTe I Ti O• dy n>»r T# i 'm y T. r, 0 dy-?.T. p e, W^ ?' ? ? b" h ￼ ? h ￼ '-t -? Reh ?? tt ￼ .t t R. t ?. < X,. 0 dyma/r Te i Fi.O dyma'r Te i Ni, To Robin yw'r To gore.I Fi, ft Ni, a chwi. South Wales Wholesale Depot: 2, St. Mary Street, Swansea. ■■■■BnMKiBBnMnaBauiMBB B)FR \!Î/II' 4Ü'" I BAZAAR and FANCY FAIR NOW IN FULL SWING. i I THERE ARE ONLY Four Shopping Days I BEFORE CHRISTMAS. An early visit is therefore advisable. The 35 Departments are still well stocked with Goods; suitable for YULETIDE PRESENTATION. I All your requirements cari I be purchased j UNDER ONE ROOF.! BEN. EVANS & Co., Ltd., SWANSEA. I
I I BEN MUNO'AY. ) CORPL. BEN MUNDAY. j The friends of Corpl. Ben Mtind-ty, latA: of the Wonecter P.pgimcnt, and formerly i euiployed at the Manriefimann Tube Worka, will regret tt learn of his death in hospjtal at Boulogne, in France, on Friday last He was wounded and gassed at Cambrai on October Znd, 1918. Gorplt Munday was tho fonng.cr son of", the late Mr. Alexander Hunday and Mrs. E: Munday, of London, and adopted son of the late Mr J. H. Harriet and Mrs. E. Harries, | of 2, WillowE-plaoe, Swan3en. j He la yes a widow and a little boy, four j ^eai £ of age. who reside at Cheltenham. J
FROM THE DISTRICT. I LLAPJSAMLET. At the reeer.t examination held in con- Tiectiori with the Trinity College of Music. London the following were successful in pianoforte playing Intermediate Pltliel Neill and Lena Mo-gan. Prc-paritory: Bronwen Rees. All three obtained honours in their results, and wera prenarcd by Miss| Nellie Jordan, Lethcl-road Llansamlet. TREBOETM, -1 On Thursday evening: at the Treboath Public Ilall, the Savings Bank connected with the Trebocth branch of St. Paul's Church, Landore, was distributed amongst the children. The Rev. B. Evans, Land ore. presided. During the evening, a. lantern entertainment was given which delighted the children grreatly, the Rev. B. Evans. Land ore. beirig- the speaker E. S, Chappell, HiKh-vtreet. Swan6ea. has t,.»30 Overcoat,3 in Stock: 10 per cent. Dis- oiiiit Aliowed Discharged Sailors and Soldiers. ST. THOMAS. I The teachers of St. Thomas' Girls" School, Swansea, organised a successful jumblp sal; which realised enough t,) give the children a real good Christmas treat in tho form of a tea, fruit, swtjets and toys. The children have again be?n specially favoured this year through tho generosity of Councilor Peacock, who is a veritable Santa Claus, and very kindly presented each child with a book. The ju-csentations were made by CouncHlor D. Williams on behalf of Mr. P acock E..8. Chappell. High-street Swansea. hAA 1,OY} Overcoats in I-toclc- 10 per cent. D¡1" connt Allowed Discharged Sailors and Scddiers. GORSECNON. Under tho auspices of the Gorseinon Amatour Photographic Society, a lectin « was given by Mr. Dordau Pyke, of nD- dOll, at the Institute on Wednesday ovening, on the value of photography m the great war. He explained that photography had a great deal to do with our victory. He showed on the screen some realistic photographs illustrating every phase of the war on land and sea, under the sea and in the air. T'ic -alti.- cf the camera to the artillery oiffcer >\r-V: shown by the daily photos taken of the enemy's trenches, with the additions made from day to day, as well as j e effects of our bombardment, .me ^'ai'.v j photographs were pieced together and wore of,inestimable value to our Intel- j ligenee Department. Mr. T. Tyrynis I Thomas was the chairmfrp. S. C-happell. High-street. Swansea, has I.C,GO Overcoats ia Stock: 10 per cent. Dig- ÜOUTJt Allowed Discharged Sailors and Soldiers. PONTAROULAIS. I MT. E. Arthur Willioms, Plas Gwyn, presided over a successful meeting of the local allotment holders' and cottoge gar- deners' society. Mr. J. P. Glamorgan County Council expert, delivered an excellent address on "Seed Potatoes," which was much appreciated. Subsequently, an interesting presentation took place to Mr. Dan Morgan, Bron Llwyn, who had taken a keen interest in connection with the pioneer work of the society. The gift was handed over by the chairman, and Messrs. W. R. Williams (Y. Vron Deg), W. J Crocker, David Lewis, R. Leyshon Davies (schoolmaster), and Mr. Gondii. The death has taken place of Miss Lizzie Davies, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mie, Somuel Davica, Pentrcbach, at the early age of 25 years. She had never enjoyed robust health, but her charming mature had gained for her a very wide circle of friends, who sincerely. deplore her untimely losa. She was a prominent worker at Lbenezer C.M. Church. u LLANELLY. 1 Jiessrs. iticnam TjlOlnas and Co.« em- ployees at Llanrlly have rented Ynys- wern Field, Felinfoel, from Mr. Evan Thomas, Westfa, for allotments. The Llanelly Teachers' Association have elected Mr. S. E. Ellis (president), Mr. H. Ridley (secretary), Mr. W. D. Siiii,"h, Mr. B P. lewis and Miss Stallard as delegates to the London Conference, a:ld the delegates have been instructed to support the acceptance of the National i'rovjs;onnl Minimum Scale 'Ihe Llanelly amusement caterers have decided to close their places of entertain- ment on Christmas Day owing to tho stipulation made by the County Licensing Committee that 50 per cent. of the takingc should be handed over to locals charities. This would be a serious blow to the charit- able institutions if it were not for the fact that the amusement caterers propose fixing a week daring: which collections in aid of eharity will be made at all their houses." CADOXTON. At Cadoxton Church, Neath, on Thurs- day, the choir gave a rendering of Louis Spohr's beautiful and impressive oratorio The Last Judgment." The tenor soloi st was Mr. Geo. farkes, of Christ Church. Swansea, whose sweet and clear yet strong and impressive voice gave a correct inter- pretation of Spohr's wonderful solos. Miss Williams (llritonferry) was a great success as contralto 6oloist. The bass soloists were Mr. W. Marney and Mr. T. Taylor, both meitlljers of the choir, and they sang magnificently. Miss G. Arnold and Miss 11. Davies, also members of the choir, sang" the soprano solos with power and expression. T'ne work reflects great credit on their indefatigable leader, Mr. Alfred Jones. Miss G. Wood. Khyddm?s. presided at the orzun. The proceeds were in aid of the organ extension fund. An interesting presentation afterwards took place in the vestry, w hen the Vicar, after than^ing the choir, handed Mr. Partes a email useful present a-s a small token of goodv;id for his great kindness in assist- ing the Cadoxton choir without payment. SKEWEN. At Tabernacle Hall, Skcwen, on Thursday evening, under the auspices 01 tile Trades and Labour Council, Mr. G, it. Sponger, M.P. (Nottiaghaai Miners' ^'eiieration) gave a lecture on tlia nationalisation of mines. Mr. ivietii Jones, Neath, presided. The lecturer said Justice Sankey and those with 1 ita came to the conclusion "hat some change must take place. Sir Arthur Duckliam was convinced that all industries in a particular area should become a common industry with one common fund. A cor- dial vote of thanks was acordedthe lec- turer on the motion of Mr. W. N. Smith (Dockers' Union), seconded by Mr. J, Rees (Miners' Feeration). At Sliewen Lov. or Schools on Thursday evening, a fancy dress parade and whist drive was held under the auspices of the St John's Athletic Club. The M.C.'s nare Messrs. Joe Thomas, D. W. John, and George Prosser. The prize-winners ILI the whist'drive were the following;- Ladies 1,Nurse Williams; consolation, \ti¡,,); Gertie Harrod. Gent.'s: 1, Mr. Ivor Lewis; consolation, Ivor Barndy. ncy Dress :—Ladies 1' Mrs. Jones (LadV of the Harem); 2, Miss E. Daies (Food Controller); 3, Miss ijaura Wai- ron (The D. Wd- liams (Indian Rajah); 2, Mr. Frank Hopkins (Sultaft); 3, Mr. D. W. John (Courtier). Children I 1, Miss A. Saun- .LJ.u;; 2, Mi.ss Linda Beynon; 3, Miss NaJ;.cy Dav.'kins. During the evening Mr. Tom Williams, Neath -ibbey, pie- sided over an interesting presentation, when Major Hunkin, D.S.O., Neath, decoraiodf t'hrce members of the club with the medals won for gallantry dur- ine; the war, viz. :— Ex-Sergt.-M<ij°i Albert Widlake. D.C.M., ex-Sergt. W. M. Thomas; D.C.M., and es-Bergt. yn Prosser. "îú.M.
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HANGING ON BED POST. West Wales Wife's Shocking Discovery. I A verdiot of suicide by hanging wa returned at an inquect hold by 1fr. Thos. Walters, iho W,, st Carmarthenshire Coroner, on Rie-hard EILts (58), farmer, Penpicillion, Llanstephan. Mary Elias. the widow, said deceased had been unwfill fcr eom yc"^r-- a.nd suf- fered from diabeta& and rano-or. Ho was j rather low spirited. On the 15th met. be had his breakfast in bed. but when she j toolc him his dinner, she found him hang- ing with a ploughing co.rd round his neok irlg witli a co?- and tied to tho b^dnost. TIe wa,> in a sit- ving position on the Hour of the bedroom.
MILFORD GARRISON. Retirement of Brigadier-General C. H. P. Carter. The London Gazette" announces the retirement from active service, as froni December 15th of Brigadicfr-General C. H. P. Carter, C,B.B., C.B., C.M.G., who has held command of the Milford Haveo garri- son. G-e-neral Carter is the son of Captain W. II. Carter, late Royal Fusiliers, of Auno- keen, oo. Galway, and has seen much ser- vice. From 1917 to 1919 he has commanded fbe Milford Haven Garrison, and in 1919 he was awarded the C.B.E. for his servicot during the war. j
ST. HELEN'S XMAS TREE. The children of the Sl-. ttelen's Play Centre held their second annual Christ- Bias t reo and concert on Wednesday evening. The elder girls had, been very lu.y during the session, and had pre- pared about lGO presents 'for the Irre. Councillor Peacock very kindly supplied the remainder, and the Masters L'caco.k v,rew-rit,ed the toys to over 200 delighted children. An excellent programme of folk and national songs and dances wa. siven by the children of the centre, the performance giving evidence oi patie-nr crdul training. At the clos- of the evening, Councillor Peacock presented each child with a bar of chocolate. Ti" children shewed their appreciation ard thanks by cheering- Amongst tho;o present was Miss Perry, H.M.I.
I HANDS COVERED I WITH PIMPLES I Hard and Red. Constantly Itching and Burning. Many Sleepless Nights. Cuticura Heais. —.—— "My complaint began with constant irritation on the back of my hands which gradually grew worse until both hands were covered with hard red pim- ples constantly itching and burning, giving me many Sleepless nights. These later dried, leaving a small scale. I "I saw an advertisement of Cuticura Soap and Ointment and sent for a free sample. The burning and itching were less, so I purchased more, and I was completely healed." (Signed) C. Turner, "Feachley," Brampton Park ltd.. Hitcbin, Herts.. Eng. You may rely on Cuticura to caref I yew skin. scalp, half,and hands. =.. Ointment !». 3d. and 2->. 6<i. Sold I h,-g t?, p 1, 1 C. kl b-ki?, ,ed,q P. W.?b.ry l i"17 (<Mrt<? I. t¡q.dž5crro :'I<i; ';j;h' 'I MIF* Cuticura Soap o-havos without mux
I i CZAR'S MURDERER. I "JI achantoss Executed by Sovast Tribunal. BERLIN, December 16th (Received Thursday). The Moscow Pravda n reports that Jachontoss, chief of the murderers of the late Czar and his family, has been tried by the Soviet Revolutjfcary Tribunat"Ht Perm, and executed. qp Jaohoiiioss's justification of the murders was that the approach of the Czccho-Slovak troops gave him reason to fear the Imperial Family's release.- Exchange.
IHOW J.P.'s ARE PICKED I ■*»— We Don't Wasit Ary Par- sons, Preachers or f ubiicans" Carmarthen Town Council on Thurs- day considered a reply from the iiord l i;\neel!or's Department with reference to the composition of the Borough Ad- visory Committee, who recommend the appointment of magistrates, stating .nat the present Advisory Committee was formed in 1911, and that there was no reason why the committee should not in- clude representatives of the Council. I The Mayor (Rev. Fuller Mills) said perhaps the time had come vhen they ought to overhaul the whole thing, and see that the committee was one in hicli thev had absolute confidence. The method of selecting J.l'S h nlvvavs been a hapazard one," said the Mayor. When I was on the County Council, and had passed through the chair, my name was put on the list, sent to the Lord Chancellor, who at that time was Lord Halsbury, and I will tell you a thing that will probably make you laugh. Tl- late Mr. Gwynne Xiughes was Lord Lieutenant of the 'inty at the time, and Lord Halsburv sent him a letter in which this sentence appeared "We don't want any parsons, preachers or publicans,' and my name was struck out. (Laughter.) Apart from myself, I r xitt, sny that it is a very haphazard way of dealing with responsible individuals who have served the community." The Council .inrointerl a committee to go into the question of the advisory com- mittee.