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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, August 1 Hh, 1011 THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD Page S Wo have boon appointed agents for Lelh- bfiflge an (I district The Security Trust Co. Limited OF CALGARY This company bus unlimited funds to loan and hns an Advisory Board in'tliis) city, so that loans can be out through with very little delay. F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents LOOK THIS TIP Lots 4, 5 and Block B; H. ami C. Addition, North Ward, Corner, 137 ft. by 138 ft, S950.00-TERMS R. V. GIBBONS CO. I ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. V INSURANCE PHONE 536 Your town is the host investment wo have seen, say the Great Falls business men. DO YOU KEALIZE THIS! 2 lots anfl small house on Argyle Ave., 1-3 citsh, balance easv. Wilkie Kerr INSURANCE AND COAL HULL BLOCK, WEST A. R. I. OFFICE. PHONE 623. BARGAINS J section of land, improved, house barn, 12 miles from Barons, 60 acres in crop. per aero. cash, balance on terms Lots in North Ward, each, easy terms 6 roomed fully modern house to rent Illinois-Alberta Realty Co. Phone 455 Lethbridge Hotel Block FOR SALE-SNAP 153 acres adjoining townsitc of Buvdett, only 300 feet from main business street, ripe for subdivision. Good house and fenced. 0. P. R. gas line will run through property. Price per acre.. Address A. B. HOAGLIN Calgnry, Alta. TALK ABOUT g fine loti north end Alexander Addition, 5230 each -only Elegant well built 7 room house on 1 lot, Good terms. Three hundred and twenty acres two miles rroin C 1 1 flrt the Weyburn line, at only per acre................ I I i WU The Weber-Huff Investment Co. PHONE 77t. FOR SALE The 8 roomed fully modern house, facing east and known as Ifo. 508 Westminster lid., Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY COAL LAJfD FOR SALE We have one of the best propositions in coal lands that has ever offered in the city of Lethbridge. Closer to the city than any mines operated at present. No question whatever about die quality oC the coal. For particulars apply North Lethbridge Realty Co. ARBITRATION TREATY BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN AND UNITED STATES Full Text of Peace Pact Recently Signed by the Two Great Anglo-Saxon Powers The text of the essential features of (questions or matters so submitted the arbitration treaty between Great 'cither on the facts or on the law, and Britain and the L'nited Sink's, whiehlslmll in no way have the character of is practically identical to the French ,an arbitral award. treaty, Is as follows Article differences hereafter It, is 'further agreed, however, that treaty of January Jl, relating to quctittous arising between the United Slates and the Dominion of Can n dn. A r tide VII prescn t (rcaty shall ho ratified by the President of the United States of Amorica, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate Iheieof by and with the ad- vice and consent of His Uritanmo Ma- jesty. The ratifications shall lie ex- changed at Washington as soon as possible, and the treaty shall take ef- fect on thu date of exchange of its ratifications. It shall thereafter re- main in force continuously, unless and mi Lil terminated by twenty-four months written notice given by eith- er high contracting party to the oth- :r. In filith whereof, the respective in cases in-which the parlies disagree [plenipotentiaries have signed this arising between the high contracting as to whether or not a difference is j treaty in duplicate and Imv parties, which it lias not been pos-jsulijtwt to arbitration under Article affixed their seals. vc herein tc stble to adjust by diplomacy relating! I. of this treaty, that question shall to international matters in which the j be submitted to the joint hifili com jgli contracting parties are concern- ed ,hy virtue of claim of ripht made mission of inquiry and if ail or all but one of the members of the coin- by one ngninsL the other under the'mission agree and- report that such treaty or otherwise, and which are j difference L> within the scope of Ar- justic'iable in their nature by reason j tichs I., it shall he referred to arbi- oi being susceptible oi decision by thejtration in accordance with the provi- appiicntion of tlie principles of of this treaty, or equity, shall he submitted to the j Article commission shall permanent court of arbitration es-jhavi; power to administer oaths io tablishcd at The Hague by the con- witnesses and take evidence on oath vcntion of October 18, 1007, or deemed necessary in any some other arbitral tribunal as may j proceeding, or inquiry, or matter be decided in each case by special within Its jurisdiction under this agreement, which special agreement j treaty and the high contracting par- shall provide for the organization oi j tics agree to adopt such legislation such tribunal if necessary, define the as may be appropriate and necessary scope of the powers of the arbitral-j to inn committee the powers tors, the question or questions at is-jnliovc mentioned, ami to provide for sue, and settle the terms of reference j the issue of -1--------- ami the procedure thereunder. The provisions oi Articles 37 to 90 inclusive of the convention for the pa- cific settlement of international dis- putes concluded at the second Peace and for com- Ilinp; the .attendance of witnesses in the proceedings before the commis- sion. Both Sides to be Heard On the inquiry'both sides must be Conference at The Hague on October !heard, and each party is entitled to 18, 1907, so far as applicable, and (appoint an agent, whose duty it shall j loss they are inconsistent with orjnt, (0 represent his government hefon modified by the provisions of the spc- inn commission and to present to the ciiil agreement to be concluded in each j commission, either personally case, oiul excepting Articles 53 and j through counsel retained for thai pur- 5-1 of such convention shall govern tpoSPi evidence and arguments as the arbitration proceedings to he hc. may ,ieem necessary and appropri- Done at Washington, the third day of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and eleven. ate for the information of the com- mission. t liken under this treaty. Tlie special agreement in each case shall be made on the part of...the Article V.-The Commission shall United States by the President of mect whenever called upon fci make the United States, by and with the ,im ,..Vnmination and report umlcr advice and consent of tho fSenale I terms of this treaty, and the thereof, His Majesty's Government reserving the right before concluding a special agreement in any matter af- fecting the interests of a self-govern- .lion oi the two Each ing dominion of the British upon the first joint to obtain the concurrence therein of JnieeLIng of the commission after his com- mission may fix such times and plac- es for its meetings as may be neces- sary, subject to special call or direc- appointment, shall, before proceeding with the work of the commission, make and subscribe ;t solemn declara- tion in writing that he will faithfully ami impartially perform the duties imposed upon him under this treaty' the government of that dominion. Such agreement shall be binding when confirmed, by the two govern- by an -exchange of notes. Joint Commission Instituted Article high contracting parties further agree to institute, as j ami .such declaration shall be entered occasion arises, and as hereinafter upon the records of the proceedings provided, a joint high commission of of the commission. inquiry, to which upon the request of The United Slates and British sec- cii.hcr pnrty, shall be referred for im- j tions of the commission may each ap- partial and conscientious point a secretary, and these shall act Jf tion any controversy between the parr.'as joint secretaries of the'commission, ties within the scope of Article I, be- at its join! sessions, and the coinmjs- fore Mich controversy has.been sub- .sion may employ expert's .and clerical i milled to arbitration, and also any assistants fnmi lime to time as it! other controversy hereafter arising may deem advisable. The salaries and between even if they are not personal expenses of the commission j agnwi that it falls within the scope .iii'i of the agents and of counsel and lor Article 1 provided, however, that j'oi tlie sec-rolaries shall lie paid by 1 .such reference may be postponed un-. their respective governments, and all til the expiration of one year after reasonable ami necessary joint ex- the date of the formal request there- of the commission incurred by for, in order to afford an opportunity j it sfiail be paid in equal moitics by MACLEOD NEW3 -Maclcocl, Aug. R. Main, piaiKigcr of the Bank of Commerce at TJIley, spent. Sunday in Macleod, Tlie Conservatives of -MacTeod have rented the rooms In the Ryan block which they will use for their commit- tee rooms. They held a primary con- vention here on Friday for the pur- pose of electing delegates for "-'is convention to be held in the town hall next Wednesday when they, will nominate their candidate to op- pose Dr. AVarnock. Now that the weather Is again set- tled the farmers have again started cut their grain .which is ripening fast. On Saturday there was a large crowd, of harvesters arrived in Mae- leod from the United States and Kast- ern Can-aJa and by night most- cf them bad been employed by the farm- ers. Chief of Police Lawson la now on holidays for two weeks during time Constable McDougall will huve charge of the force. A. M. Young of the Northern down bank at Winnipeg has arrived here to relieve G. Bryan, who is visuing In Fernie on his holidays. Three good Lots on William Street each, terms W. M. Harris Firo Insurance Room 1 Dominion Block Phone'1367' COAL MINE We have a small mine near Royal Col- lieries tliat we will lease or sell to a practical miner. Mine estimated at tons, is fully opened up and partly equipped. Call or write FARM SECURITY CO. NELSON BANDIT BADLY BATTERED Nelson, Aug. a face look- ing like'a'piece of raw beef which liad WJiist''jeiiierged from beneath a railway train, 1C in provincial police court yesterday morning to answer charges of steal- ing throe hundred and five dollars from a' Dominion express car on the U. P. R. Rossland train running into Nelson the previous night. He was remanded until Monday. Botli Ms eyes were 'bunged lip, but he could BOG from one by holding up an eyelid with bis finger. Foster is an ex- brakeman, and 'boarded the train at Being an old railroad man Trail and appearing- intoxicated be was al- lowed to rCtnaiii in the ibaggage ear, whore ho -sat on the express safe, containing some thousands of dollars made up into packages. As the train was slowing down at Thrums, near iNelson, he was -seen by John Dana, the brakeman, to put three packages in his pocket. Dann warned Allan Forrester, tho i-ess messenger, who grabbed the j-obber as he was about to leap from the train. A struggle followed in Carriages and Waggons Made to Order Repairing and Painting a Specialty Scientific Horse Shoeing and General Repairing Expert workmanship in all departments. Call and see us. The Economical Carriage Shop GEO. BLUNT. REAR DALLAS HOTEL G. GOWAN. GROWTH Of Grain Remarkable During the Wet Weath- er; Some Samples While the continued rains may have caused sonw uneasiness among the fanners of Southern Alberta, now that they are over ami tho warm lays have returned, they have reason to lie proud of the growth of their grain. This morning the Herald received a sample of Red Fife (Spring) wheat from the farm of H. L. Wheeler, eight miles north-east oi the city. It sin rids 5 feet 5 inches high and the growth is so thick and the heads so long and full that Mr. Wheeler ex- vpects the sixty acres he has oi' it to We have a bunch of choice lots within a mile and a quar- ter of post office, at 1150.00 each. These will double with- in twelve months. THE CASCADEN LAND CO. MACDONALD BLK. BOMB-THROWERS FAIL Canton, China, Aug. Chinese anarchists today made an un- successful attempt to assassinate Ad- miral Li Chung, coinrni-ssioner of the Chinese squadron, with a'bomb. for diplomatic discussion and adjust- ment; pi the questions in controversy, if either party desires -such postpone- ment.. Whenever a question or matter of j me between the hiRh contracting par- difiemice is referred to tho joint high'; tins of April IMS, but all agree- comuiissiun of inquiry, as herein pro-, niehlF, awards and proceedings under tlic high contracting parties. Supersedes Arbitration Treaty Article treaty shall sup- ercede the arbitration trcatv conclud- won hands down, putting the thiei cut of business and beating him until his features were nnrecogniz able. LORD CHANCELLOR DIES Dublin, Aug. Right Hon vido'l, each of the high contracting I frealy shall continue in force 1 Sntniiol Walker, Lord Chancellor o parties shall designate three of its'and effect mid this treaty shall not! Ireland, died bore today. He was 7.0 to act as members of the affect in nny way the provision oi the i years afie- pom mission oi inquiry for the pur- j poses of sucli reference or the com- mission may lie otherwise constitufc- eri in :iny particular case by the i .terms of reference, tho membership of the commission and the terms of ref- erence to he determined in each case by nil evrhnngc of notes. The provisions of Articles fl io inclusive, of I he convention for the pacific .settlement of international dis- piitrs concluded at The Hague Octo- ber LS, 1307, so far as applicable, and unions llicy are inconsistent with the provisions of this treaty, or are modified by the terms of reference agreed upon in nny particular case, shall govern the organization and pri cedurr of the commission. Powers of Commission Article joint high com- mission of instituted in each case iif: provided for in Article II., is authorized to examine into and re- port upon the particular questions or matters referred to it for the purpose, of facilitating the .solution of dis- putes by flucidating the facts and to define the issues presented by such questions, and also to include in its report sucli recommendations and con- clusion.1) fiK may bo appropriate. The reports of the commission shall nnt. lie regarded as decisions of tin Inside City Properties High Class Farming Lands Conservative Investments and Well Secured Loans, as well as Avery Threshing and Plowing Ma- chinery are offered by W. R. DOBBIN, 310 7th Street Lethbridge, Alta yield an average oi '15 bushels per acre. I''rom the farm of A. six: miles south-east of the city in the White's school district, comes another sample of sprint; wheat. It is a re- markable growth, being no less than 5 feet 11 inches with splendid! long, full heads. Mr. Urquhart has j 51 acres of this grain. I A wonderful growth of oats is shown by A. M. Marshall, also of the district. It stands 6 feet 2 inches high and the heads are very heavy. It is estimated to yield 7ft .bushel." per acre. The field has 25 acres of just such grain. IX L. Marshall, a brother of A. M., on an adjoining farm, has flux put. in j jusi six weeks ago on spring break- ing that stand over two feet high. Mr. Marshall expects between 15 and 20 bushels per acre from his fifty acres. TOR QUICK SALE The old Tvee ranch, 370 acres, 4 1-3 miles west of Pincher Creek, all .fenced, excellent bouse and stable, beautiful running water, 25 acres tim- othy, 20 acres wheat, one of the best mixed farms in the district, land adjoining sold Cor per acre last. year, per acre buys tha whole thing. Easy Apply Monday and P. J. DALY CALGARY Room 5, Alberta Block Sherlock Si. HARVESTING AT PINCHER CREEK Pincher Creek, Aug. again. ,h.c fiiccs uf our farmers are wrcathet} n smiles and the crops arc forging head to a state of maturity. Sever- al Holds in which the grain was par- ially flattenert out by thfi rains have isun to tlie occasion through the cf- pcts of warm, sunny weather. W. H. DolibiR lint! five hinders at vork on Kriday and two aridiUonal ones Salurdoy io the vicinity of inchor Station. He has cms to handle In this wty. The Plnchcr Creek creanitiry is turn- ng out extra large quantities of j splendid butter Uicsc days. 1 THE BIGGEST SNAPS IN FAKM LANDS IN ALBERTA 160 AcrCS- Fencetl. Stable, etc. 80 acrw Spring wheat. Price 120.00 acre. in half crop payments. 840 500 ceres In crop, Spring looking splendid. 8 mlta from town. acra. We have ipleniild inipi In rmr lind, dote to tar from (19 to pir acn. THE Dowsley- Mulhern Land Co. to Co. Phoni M4 ;