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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta f/(. British ^atliorfties Declare Uay^Qkon^a Speech Has Bifi Mistiiterpreted liONDON, Dec. 24.-(Canadian As-BosfMi Press.)-A statement issued b^.ths ootonial oflloa emphatically de^res tbvt never for a moment was  ttaaee any Idea of the British govern-m�( the institution they wish to. The religious program of the associa-tloS is eatirefy opthmal and is not th^st ttpon th^sa :who, for any rea-soft, do hot wish ito avail themselves of it.. It Is loned by the busy skilful flqigers of the ehOdrea themselves, and .at the end of the aieroing every her and girl took teme a present for mothar. an eleetric light shade, and one for daddy, a blptter, with a card attached in their own hand writing. They had beett--Uught the true Xraas spirit of giving and were as "pleased as Punch" about it. I cannot say all that I would; your time and space are valuable, but I want to say most eammUy that I thought the room, its furniture and apparatus were splendid, the discipline and tone excellent, and the teacher herself aa inspiration. I came away desiring to be a better mother and more Interested than ever In our schools. I had only one regret; that more pairenta oould not be present. Teacher and parent, giving each to ^ the other, help and suggestion, out of their own special experience, would form an Ideal combination for the true educating ef the child. Yours sincerely, JE. J. RIPPBR (Mrs.) Lethbridge, Dec. 22, 1920.^ Obituary Bmoe the (he 1 A "".OS ot Ibis newest ably, s of "The House,of, deals with the etii aia the superstii of aa-&teni BOISJOLIE-The death occurred on Wednesday at Gait Hospital of Pd-, mond Boisjolie of Barons. Deceased'-pa "a�Kiir�H"nf ''""f-Ar"r,j�"* r^y^di2D;r�w*ror"We'i^^^ tges upon the e estate among 4l;e heir*. �9oa ilhe death ot its otd.into-ter. Okie ttpnlaUon of the ^ d� Bwada that the heir who enters tM manor house ^uat live in it t6i|^ year. To the natives of the commttHlty this alibde; fchoum as "The House 6t the Tirtltag WM," bears an evll,ret*d' ta^oB. Woe to the stranger WhOi ttb' Jecta Waueif to the "bad luck" #hloh comes Meveiryone who llv^s lili this House oX the Tolling Bell. A nlefU}^^ Oj: tfciii bid master and the son of hia'; ^downed daughter, unknown to eiuib other, take up rest-denco -there. After thrilling eiper-leaces qbt iiltogether due to evU sij^rite. but li[lcked men as well, they discover. eic$ otiier's presence. Y0Ung, unmarrteid atfd taoborable they should, not be llvthg iaioae in the unfrequented house. Ifttti Mch one wahts tho estate and ioiqpwnx must be dohtf. The solution Ik such an amaslnH cii-iBte vti^tjp^ a story )thal to tell It %^Tr%on the enjoyi&ezii of the picture. ^ The patrons of the Phoenix thtfstro an unusual pleasure 1.. :, ,11; iii|,r' , tl^rrta, Oli^l k Alllji'tiuril iblMu-d. Dae feature abeiiittUe Urieed Marks C6. Is th^^tiiet^ waits between ijite^.ae^. of up to oir%ford who sings to beat the band; and Lambe the pinch hitters; ne Salona, ^he glH tflth  tJUtaf id eires, who tells yolt OBythl&k fou want to know. Miss UtxYu ii pre-the latest Koyalty playe with scenery,. aadelre^to mWl^ popq|ai.^:4tt��|!tioiii';' 'i^imi: " At^n^ieii>';^livioea'>'�|i{eh' )h(� reieh of all. The iCont- sSterhore Tli�e�i;^Bt; mHok larlottetoVitiL .Record andoiee: . ^^^r}iB as tha best'ttM ^tunnleat ^i^eAlenne seen la .years.. '^"S^-^OLONIAL'TOti^tV- AUlO CKRISTiWASi PfiY tered the jto^spltsl in thejiope^ of re- of the Tolling Beh" is counted among the fe^r really amaalriB photoplaya 6t covery from his malady. �(e had farmed for four years la the Barons district. There are left to mourn his daughter, Mrs. J. Miller of Barons and a brother, Damase Boisjolie of Elaora, Alberta. AVSRAQC AUTO BUYER OVER SS YEARS OLD The average antomobile ^ buyer � is over 35 yaars of age, haa aa laoome of 1279 per mooth, buys a lt,M4 car, payfaig 44 per cent. cash. . People's Forum A WORD OF PRAISE THAT WILL BE APPRECIATED ^ Editor Herald.- Sir,-I feel constrained to tell you and the people of Lethbrldge, those on the north side especially, of a very happy hour I spent this morning, one of the happiest I have had since I came to Canada. It was In the room of the kindergarten primary class at Westnilnstpr. schoQl. We parents were invited to see our" children at work and play, and It was the first time I had been in a Canadian school. I. was keenly interested in all tHat I saw and heard. There was a wonder-fbl Xmas tree, wonderful because Klrklaad Lake mi�e wHI produce about' 11,000,000 in gold this year, according to a report of the Ontario Department of Mines. . ^ Burke in "Away Goes Plid-ence^-Empress THRILLING STELLAR ROLE CHARMING PHOTOPLAY the yjMT. Arlte Marks, the Ma}estld tic to the Paoifl^ as the little stag^ mother, Is also coming with the cooi-pany.  ' � t'-, Arlie Marks, daughter of the celebrated .comedian, Tom Marks; afid, j who heads her owlli company, is an accomplished artist, tod much is sold of her clever impersonations and portrayals of many different characterU; Madame Salona; the girl with a thousand eyes, who knows, hears, sees and tells all, ts with the company and wlti tell you anything you want to Icnow. This little lady Is the talk of the continent, kaoil^ as the seventh Canadian wonder, MtsB Marta Is surrounded by several well kttown male members who offer support iii'"a manner that leaves nothing lacking as competent perform-;ers. Don J. Peiidell, Marshall Hale, Crjtwford, Leon  Heverly, Llnd- ining bver wflih^'g^^eer liad c holldjiy fl?llt^{ti9f "spirits") iQp; faudf- tiiii>dir�'wiii 'be the mojL tiikM^-' l^ii^n?>>A^"-^H cal tloa .la Vkfi wo* ot holiday attr�tloii* at IhetjOolonlal t^,_____ Fayette stuli tiptapany wlU. offer a sttperUir etoged flluslon act' tSae ot special ette^te are carried by the'^ company, �Aoiie perlonsaaces will amase colonial p^frtwin^^ * Valmorel "tHi�-^B�*B favorite." will proseat his (urlglasl specialty act. Valmore is a llltlib e^youngf chap with a winning penlonaiUy and the ability to please bis'audieaces^ .a clever ahd aove|; lauai ant posltiot / "itery SSUfi liie -UimnMBsteclfeet. mm OF xittsfmim ASrata for Dr. JIuSs bmwi ' BELIEVefe PAIN. Qxns ^cificNortWest /iwd'tirihg'your'faraiUes'wiith~yon."^Enjoy the ^winter in eaafert and help to save twelve train gasj^ for.che�f.who.canaot leave home.) Skrn't Spoil the Beit Years olF Your Ufi hgr ftfeMBr ovetiaftlaflr at yoov woik, aer J�i*ps(�tas yonr/ mU�m keaitk>^�w(�sMir.luHr>t^L�)lluMra�r air sad.Msas '(sMsee... i^^Vf^tiWD^iiTBritisirColum'^a;, i>regpj� "^nd WfU3hiii�tonr loast aaa iM�acMi�i9;'its' with ita meaataia; river,---------------,, - golf Uaks and playlag flaiea; its fishlag strauns and antomobUe higbways, togsthsr with its tsmpatste. cuinft.te. vm.l�ejUia.bMe.jiBvsel�*BVys* ev�r 7,000 Wtstem _ pent their wtatw Vaclllo ITortbwspt i�earjj- �rlti Ite inntnM kMkltt t* ruan Ntrlhotit TwrM AMMlttUo. OUm tl CxtiMll>e aiarflary. Hirtirt CKkfewt i�ir>ioi� i i. C. EriithjMMIU. Latdtti. LOVE AND SUPERSTITION FIGURE IN LATEST BLACKTON FEATURE "The House of the Tolling Bell" is the title of the photoplay whiqh features the program of the nioentx Ske had lots of wode and "dragged around" aU the metniag; At laH she ff*. niembersd to IM en loiamm r---- ska nibbed It on hertem-0ic9 Just before dinner--md again after il�e did the throb andpain pttgwnm ; jMlmtlMiatam ie good lev eata. bjms.aad many other liitJa ilW* Heals geaUy and proiiqitiy. sir.T. "TV UaU N�m fot IM0 Jib' GDLONIIIL Today and Xmas Day GREAT HOLIDAY HIPPODROME CIRCUIT VAUDEVILLE BILL SUPERB HEADLINE ACT THE GREAT FAYETTE & CO. Modem Illusionists. Elaborate Stage Setting- VALMORE "The King's Favorite." Gerald McCORMACK and SISTER "Ireland's Sweetest Tenor" In a Classy Sjong Reviie. RICHARD GERALD & FAYE GRIFFIN Comedy-SinslRfl^Planotesue FEATURE PHOTOPLAY "THE SECRET GIFT" A special Christmas story of good cheer and the Joy of Jiving. MONTGOMERY AND ROCK In their latest comedy riot, "KNIGHTS AND KNIQHTIE8" Same popular prieas fer this great holiday show: > Adults-Matinees Mc; Nlglits 60 cents. ChildrsH, 25 cents. PHOENIX NOW SHOWING TODAY AND CHRISTMAS Kverybody said the houae'of the tolling bell was haunted. . A courageous girl and a fearless man proved it. They discovered a sensational mystery, breath-abating thrills and Anally found through thAr own haimt-ing love the ghost of their spectral fears. You, too, will find adventure and romance there- MAY McAVOY and BRUCE GORDON IN A BLACKTON PRODUCTION IHEHOUSEOFTHETOLL-INGBELL" A BLACKTON ALL-STAR CAST A GREAT CHRISTMAS AtTRACTlON ; Billie Burke IN ''Away Goes Prudenc^' Heed the fean of an earthy male when she wanted to ny through the air? - Never! . ,! So she ups an4 flees-demands of her father a ."black-hand" ^raa-som-becoiues "queen" of a band of burglars-robs the man she tovea-leads the cops to her scandalized home, and-you'll say jshsce a high-flier how! , A love and laiighter romance that takes the "prude" out otVru-' deuce. � SiJedalHC)LIDAY MATINEE {dr: CHILDREN TOMORROW v. > ADD^O ATTRACTIONS Sunshine comedy, "Lightweight Lover"; Mutt and Jeff,"All's Weil' That Ends Well*' HERE MONDAY CHARLES CHAPLIN in VTHE VAGABCWD" EMPRESS MANAGEMENT WISHES ALL PATRONS THE COMPLIMENTS OP THE SEASON. ITS WISHING OUR PATRONS A , MERRY CHRISTMAS Big Holiday Matinee on .Xmas D�y, at 2.30. A LIVE MAll WITH A LIVE M^SSAdE JACK SAUNDERS OF LOS ANGELE6 . Will Deliver Two ofHis Famous Addresftes SUNDAY At 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Subject, "Behind the Bars." In the old Caledonian Hall 518 7th St. S. There will be special Christmas singing Sunday morning. Meetings every night next week at 8 o'clock. � SPECIAL HEALING SERVICE WEDNESDAY EVENING. , EVERYBODY WELCOME. \- _ ; � , TO THE FOR ONE SOLD) WEEK STARTING THURSDAY. DEC. 29fH CANADA'S YOUNQEST STAR ARLIE MARKS AND HER ASSOCIATE PLAYERS IN A REPERTOIRE OF LATEST DRAMATIC SUCCESSES. OPENING PLAY-THURSDAY NIGHT There the Rhrer Shannon Flows^ A Beautiful Irish Comedy, In Four Acts. � r Vaudeville and Plays sChange Nightly, r SeeSALONA,theGffIWithl.00|)Eyes BART. CRAWrdRD I The Boy with a Big Bahd yoice. MARKS aii^rPEi^M^ The Great HEVERLY The Handcuff King. Bring your handcuffs; he will escape from them. HALE �nd LAMBE Comedy Makers, and Others. THIS IS POSITIVELY THE BIGGEST AND BEST STOCK COMPANY TRAVELLING. AND SHOWING AT POPULAR PRICES- 50c, 75c, $L00 J ;