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i I imE mm & EMPIRE PMCE. Me?r j I THAI!nUwDEM!fM.rcF ,erthyr 2 7?30 ? ONCE NIGHTLY. 7.30 t I Week commencing MONDAY, JANUARY 20th, 1919. j j TELLING THE TALE I Personal Visit of Gladys Archbutt and A. Ei Story j In the Successful Musical Comedy— 2 ———————————————?-————————————-— ——————————————————t CIRCLE STALLS PIT GALLEKY I S Direct from The Ambassador s Theatre, London. 2 Tax, 6d. Tax,4d. Tax.?d. Tax.2d. ? I Prices of Admissioi: Ord!nar? Dows— 2s. 6d. 2/- 1/- 6d. j — •— ) Merthyr Electric heatre it Week commencing Monday, January 20th. I J CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE FROM 2.30 TILL 10.30 P.M. DAILY. | ? Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday- I LOVE AND LOBSTER I Pathe's Coloured Pictorial and Pathe's Gazette. I I SPECIAL FULL WEEK ATTRACTION! I I Or The THE BETTER' OLE Six eel.. j j I Or The Romance of OM Bill, with Charles Rock as Old B)H. )n Six Reels. I Thursday, Friday, and Saturday- I THE ROMANCE OF OLIVE, I A delightful new serial featuring Mabefte Trunelle and Edward Earle. § Alma Taylor, Henry Edwards and Chrissie White j In THE REFUGEE. | Next Week-" Count Bernstorff's Secrets," a magnificent super-serial, "Lest We Forget." D I PRICES: Gd., 9d., 1/3 including Tax. Children: 3d., 5d. & 8d. I t Children's Performance at One o'clock on Saturdays. I Ordinary Saturday Performance starts at 3.30 o'clock. Other Days 2.30 as usual. i.e. II It It .i R| ANnH- l— lRn n — Are unrivaJled for all Irregulaxities,,etc., they L13LANCHARD'S speedily a?ord relief and never fail to alleviate all suffering. They supersede Pennyroyal, Pill Dll I '??"?*? Cochia, Bitter, Apple, &c. Blanchard's are the ■ best of all Pills for Women. Sold in boxes, 1/1'/i, toy BOOTS' Braaches and all Chemists, or post free, same price, fromi LESLIE MARTIN, Ltd., Chemists, 34 Dalston Lane, London. I Samples and valuable booklet sent free, Id. stamp. HAVE YOU BEEN CAUGHT IN The WAVE OF DANCING that is sweeping the country! Everybody has! That wave came through the NEW FOX TROTS Have you noticed that the dance is the most universal of languages? Before the savage haa mastered a dialect he expresses his joys and sorrows in dances. The child dances with joy. We are but savages veneered: children grown up. Probably the new dance wave is the Joyous Reflex from War Such a reflex needed a great new dance, and it oame—THE FOX TROT. A poem in rhythmio motion, with alluring music all its own—that is the Fox Trot. Sprightly and vivacious, full of joy and abandon, just the national feebng L-that'Ei the Fox Trot. And there's the point-MUSIC ALL ITS OWN, and time and theme distinctive, and unless you get that you can't FOX TROT. That is where your Gramaphone comes in I You get the distinctive tie and feeling, you just have to Fox Trot to the strains of the best musicians. Your feet tingle. Then MOVE OUT THE CHAIRS, PUSH BACK THE TABLE, AND You Fox Trot at Home But as in all new things there is much that is rubbishy in the large issues. You must choose with discrimination. I have all to select from, and will help your choice. Fox Trots, One-Steps and Music for all Dances. J. JONES, 59 High Street, MERTHYR (Over Jackson's, 4 Doors from Station). SEND FOR SPECIAL DANCE LIST. I.L.P. HALL, CRAIG SQUARE, PONTYPRIDD SUNDAY, JAN. 19th, 1919, at 6.30 p.m. SPEAKER: JIM REYNOLDS Subject-" What is our Future Policy? Comrades, bring along a friend! j T. WATKINS' PRIZE DRAWING. MAINWARING having relinquished the duties of Secretary of above, has no further connection with same, and all monies and dupli- cates and unsold tiokets should be returned to me.—J. Purnell, 9 Angel Street, Neath. HOPE CHAPEL, MERTHYR. SUNDAY, JANUARY 19th, 1919. Preaoher- Rev. j. Morgan Jones, M.A. SUBJECT-" VENCEANCE." Services to begin at 11 o'oloek and 8 p.m. I.L.P. MEETINGS. OLYMPIA RINK, MERTHYR,! Sunday Next, Jan. 19th, 1919, At 2.45 p.m. prompt. Speaker: Mr. E. C. FAIRCHILD Admission by Silver Collection. nri mm A CATARRH, HEAD NOISES, easily cured IIpRpMpW few days by the new )"?REMCM DEAFNESSORLEME-11 Scores of wonderful cures reported. COMPLETELY CURED. Age 76. Mr. Thomas Winslade, of Borden, Hants, writes: I am delighted I tried the new Orlene," for the head noises. I am pleased to tell you, ARE GONE, and I can bear as well as ever I could in my life. I think it wonderful, as I am 76 years old, and the people here are surprised to think I can hear so well again at my age." Many other equally good reports. Try one box to-day, which can be forwarded to any address upon the receipt of money order for 2/9. THERE 18 NOTHING BETTER AT ANY PRICE. Address, ORLEME Co., Railway Crcsoont, West Croydon, Surrey, Eng IW SPIRITUALISM. Visit of the Queen of Orators to Merthyr. SPECIAL SERVICES will be held in connec- k3 tion with the above cause at St. Tydfil's Spiritualist Society, Angel Buildings, Merthyr, on Sunday and Monday, January 26 and 27, 1919 when Addresses will be given by Mrs. JENNIE WALKER (Late of Canada). Meetings to Commence:—Sunday, 11 a.m., 2.30 and 6 p.m.; Monday evening at 7.30 p.m. Clairvoyance at each meeting. SILVER COLLECTION AT ALL MEETINGS. A Treat for all who come and a Hearty Welcome. County Borough of Merthyr Tydfil. THE LICENSINC (CONSOLIDATION) ACT, 1910. Notice of Imposition of Charges under Section 21 of the Act. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Com- .1. pensation Authority for the above area have imposed under Section 21 of the Licensing (Consolidation) Act, 1910, for the voar 1919 charges in respect of licenses at the rate of 50 per cent of the maximum rate of charge under the Act, and charges on the premises affected will he levied and paid accordingly as part of the duties on the corresponding Excise Licenses. TOM ELf AS, Clerk to the Compensation Authority. DATED the 13th. day of January, 1919.

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