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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY KERAU) 1920, Defining Boundary Newfoundland And Canada KENT LAWS DECLARED UNCONSTITUTIONAL 2 boundary, wuich Is to form the Ject ot discussions while Canadlim egates to the League of Nations aie] in London, has been at Issue for some; considerable time.- The question con-1 cerns the ownership ot a strip o[ ter- ritory in Labrador and shortly will bo] submitted to the privy council tor ad-j judieation.- In London xbe points toj oe submitted to the privy council will I be discussed by-'lho Newfoundland representative and Hon. C. J. Doherty, minister of justice for Canada. Mr. Doherty also will tafce up with the British authorities thff question o( naturalization. Legislation passed recently has it- lemptcd to secure uniform .nstnraltra- tton throughout', the empire. Numer- ous suggestions amendment have been made, however, and these will be discussed. One important point "will trt ihe tlatus of a female British subject nho becomes an" alien by marriage to the subject o'.au alien state. NEW YORK. Nov. The rent iaivs' yaased to safeguard the.inter- i csts of the teoanta at the recent stun of the New York state legislature jvere declared unconstitutional in a I decision handed down yesterday by Supreme Court Judgo HotcbXisi ba- "it deprive! landlords of all remedy {or repossession of their pro- and "it is dikrlminatory bo- canst, as bttwcen. owners of old and new buildings and those vrio seek to regain possession for other pur- poses, tho act dfioies the equil pro- -JivS of tha laws." WAS KlLtEQ BY A DYNAMSTl. EXPLOSION LIN'DSAV. Ont, Nbr. Wilson at Burat Hirer, killed yes- terday at Brlturfra Quarry Murat River, when quantity dyna- mite exploded. THREAT TO CLOW Nov. Vailed States department ot justice agents today arrested Albert Ballln ot Brooklyn on a charge ot baling sent a loiter to the ft New York, threat- ening to kill postmaster and blow up the Wootwurth building "unless all political and industrial prisoner's are freed." Agents nf the departmsvt of justice said they llallln wrote the letter tho hope of genius a job with tbo by "ex- posing" a fake plot. BANDIT LEADER SURRENDF.RS MEXICO CiTY, Nor. Samora, the bandit leader, who has. been operating In the Elates of Jalisco and Coliuia, surrendered with IS of his followers to federal troops yester- day, it Is announced. TOUCHES VERY UOOTS OF CHK1STIAN1TY Nov. Moore, president of tho Trtdea and Congress of Canada; addressing tho Caiudiau Club here last night said that the principles ot trade unionism touched the very roots ot Christianity, lie pleaded for corporation between the Industrial workers'and capitalists to work for the fullest fruition of Canada's great resources, so that they developed for (be good ot every citizen. Instead of building tariffs- walls, Mr. Moore, the people sLouhl unite in buildiug tip tho country's prospeiity [or the common good ot all. THREE MEMBERS OF TRAIN CREW KILLED STANTON, Iowa, Nov. members at 'the train crew and'a tramp were killed yesterday- wheu three Chicago, Burllneton and Quitt'cy trains crashed together here. AN OPEN LETTER TO HON. J.R.'BOYLE 5th Ave. X. Lethbridge, Alta. November 1, To the Hon. J. It. Boyle, Attorney General, Edmonton. rumors beginning to circulate in Ibis city that the Hon. J.'H. Beyle appears to have interests in certain Honor export business here: Believing that It is not in the inter- ests of nny public man that rumors of. the typo mentioned above should .bo 'allowed to circulate without a public opportunity being given for denial and contradiction, I told a group ot.tholo cal Social Service Executive that 1 thought yon ought to bo informed, of the" fact that rumors -were beginning to circulate connecting your name with such business in'this c.Hv, These, rumors had only come to ray 'attention Vithin days, but when on Friday last the .rumor was associated with your'being'seen -with one of the local liquor esport realized ho- serious aa -injustice might easily bo dono.W you 8 til] to the It Is well that you are'.deny hartaE. either direct or indirect asso- .claUon with this! business and your statement will certainly gratify nil lorcrs'of clean government..-" Tonr next slatement, however, does not do you a responsible rain- Sster of the .Crown. To categorically assert, as you are reported to have done, that no rumors are current'and that 1 "have manufactured them for 'private reasons is altogether unwor- tby a public-man. A few monients ago 'I telephoned my informants asking him, how many times: he had v heard the rumor nnd ho replied "a f dozen times at least." He said that he "had not taken Block of tie persons who had-rnsntJcnCu the to him, lie certainly, thought the thing pretty current." S6me''five per- sons have mentioned the matter, to me i' and if each has heard the same a doz- cr. t.n.e- ilisr. ra? Etatemeut rumor was pretty tate When I mentioned Hie ir.aUer to tha the local Executive, I 're E'olved'tliat I would you regard ing the things I had heard, but the immediate publicity given'my 'State gave me no time to writer Whilst on the you are le ported by the Edmonton Journal am quoted by the Herald, as saying: "In tho Cardston teetotal 5sm is one of the trueCs ot the religion or tho'.majority of the 'they mostly belong to tho Slormon church, -we havo littlo difficulty in enforcing __ bana, In the Crow's Nest- pass, where sentiment appears strong against feetolallsm, we :have found enforcement exceedingly difficult." This looks well on if the law was enforced In the Crow's Nest Pass by constant pressure'instead of by spasmodic assaults the Govern- ment would not have the problem it fias created lor Itself, ,J Thos. Jones. MILUONA1RIE FINED FOB SMUGGLING GEMS NEW YORK, Nov. with smuggling a diamond ring anil pearl necklace valued at into the United States, Yictor Vlvaudeo, mil Honairo perfume manufacturer, plead ed gnllty in the federal district court yesterday and was fined The gems were confiscated. MAY GO TO SENATE IF FEDERAL CABINET IS REORGANIZED -Hon. A. Slflon. inay (ak :fho -Alborta vacancy in the sonat lauscrt by Senator Talhots' ilcath. Thl an Ottawa rumor. "No Nation Can Rise Above The Level of Its Home Life" RMSE the starideird of living hi the home and ihie standard of the nation rises with it. During the last decade, few nations have made the same prqgress as Canada has in education, refinement and prosperity. Canada was brie of .the first countries to to the now world-wide movement to beautifo the home. And there are no people in the world who are in a better position to afford and to appreciaterthe best and truest things in life .T J''. ihan we m Furnishings Mould Character The important 'part that the furnishings of the home play .in moulding character and develop- ing a true pride in family and in race is better understood today than a few years ago. And, is it not absolutely true that'a home furnished with godd taste and in harmonious "colors has more refining influence on those who live than one filled with dull, "dingy, poorly-designed furniture, and dec6rated in unsuitable colors? Influencing the Children How are children to be led to appreciate the solid, substantial things in beauties of art, the love of good literature, the desire for they have the proper surroundings in. the Beautify the home with furniture that is de- signed on truly artistic lines. Make the home a "Better Furnished Homes Mean Greater Happiness'' This inserted by THE HOME FURNISHINGS BUREAU Bank of Hamilton Building Toronto, Canada Home Bureau Joes not sell fiirnilure or goods of any kind. Its otjeci IB to promote n greater interest in the furnishings of Canadian homes. Your-local dealer will'be pleased to give you any information you desire .about furniture for your hdme. -VU-- place of cheerfulness, refinement and reslfulness. Make it hreathe warmth and heartiness.' Make it trultj hospitable, home that inspires interest in all that is good and worth while in life, and it will mould character and develop true pride in iamihj and in race. To procure furhihire that will-elevate and rnake the hp.use _ a home of which you can he justly proud does not call .for extravagance. Good taste is. necessary than a targe, "expenditure of moneg, y There otc beautiful suites and individual 'pieces of furniture obtainahle at moderate cost, which are of arl, niany of them being correct adaptations of the designs of the old masters who much in, vogue todarj. Turn Dreams Into Realities Many people have dreams of how they would'like their home to look. Perhaps you, toOj have longings for a I1 "homier1', home.- not-him "dreams, and .'longings'into realities? You least, make'a start a room. i As a suggestion, rearrange ihe table and couch in the living room, reassemble the chairs, change the positions of {he pictures. Then studtj Ihe effect, and see what the room needs. Perhaps it would be advisable to discard two or ihtee pieces of old. commonplace furniture. Verq likely you will find that an attractive table would improve the appearance of the room. A pair of deep-seated the restful effect. A charming, litllc writing desk would add warmth to a cold, bare corner. Just two or three pieces of artisiically designed furniture will rais'e the level of an entire room. And by gradually adding other-pieces and suites you will, before long, work' 'magical transformation of the home, 'i r A Finer and Greater Nation Eve'rtj advance in refinement and in culture, every, improvement in the home Surroundings, every influence that raises the ideals of home life, makes me nation that much finer and sironger. We are living in prosperous limes in a country with a glorious. Canadians have .every incentive and can well beau lify'Jheir" homes "with new and.better furniture. ;