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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THt LETMJIM KlbALU. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER I, PAQl THftll THE HERHL-D'S REHL ESTHTE MHRKET Same Old had to Move in Four Years Buys and Sells City Four Loti High and Level in the Alexander Addition. Only each. Real Estate -H-1M.....H 5 LEVEL RESIDENCE east facing, in Block each; each cash; bal. 6 and 12 months. LESS MONEY FOR ARMY AND NAVY ada, including the apportionment -twcen the two countries of certain of be- M-N- -H-I-H-I-M I-H-H-H- ALBERT E. IVES, HH-H-H IIH I I 1 STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK T I M-H- 'I t I' Three Lots corner Westminster Road and Charles Street, each, terms 7 I i OTT BLOCK R. V. GIBBONS Co. ?8ini the boundary waters and the ap- I pointment of commissioners to ad- just certain other questions signed on the llth day of January, 1909, and to the ratification of which the sen- ate gave its advice and consent March 3, 1909, has not yet been rati- fied on the part of Great Britain. Commissioners have been appointed on the part of the United States to r-.t jointly with commissioners on the part of Canada in examining into the Washington, Dec. 6.-President Taft question obst.ructions in the St. today sent his first annual message j John dver bctwecn Mainc and New to Congress. The anti-trust and in- Brunswick an.d to make recommenda- ter-state commerce laws are not dealt I tion3 for regulalion of the uscs with at this time, the president stat- .hcreo{ and RQV. engaged in this that he has preferred tc embody Pres. Tail Announces Cur- tailment Of Estimates ihem in a t T X JL 7 T 7 JL T T T T T CHI wouid Negotiations for an international: 7 ivail himself of the first opportunity confereiice to consider and reach an. .5. SNAP__5 lots, choice, five and half bloc'ks south of Central School, lor cash. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH to bring th of Congress. la the interest of immediate cc-ou- subject to the attention arrangernent providing for the preser-j7 Viitiou and protection of the fur seal j in the North Paciiic are in progress j 7 omy and because of the prospect the governments of Great Bri-1 7 a dencit the president says he has I JaDan and Russia_ i 4 required a reduction in the estimates j The attitude of governments in- j oi the war department for the com- j tercsted leads me lo hope ing fiscal year which brings the to- isfact settlement of this question tal estimates down to an amount for- ty millions less than the correspond- jing estimates for last year and ;hat jhe has directed the curtailment of recommendations for naval approuna- i tioas so that they are millions less than the correspouling i isfactory as the ultimate outcome of the nego- tiations. Two features of the new tariff, act j calls for reference. By virtue of the i clause known as the "maximum and I minimum" clause it is the duty of the j Lots are now offered for sale in the townsite of Chin, owned jointly by the Canadian Pacific Rail- way and the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. For prices, terms, blue prints and all information call on THE GEORGE M. HATCH Land Co. SOLE AGENTS T 1 I T -I-H-i-H-K estimates of last year, Regarding the Nicaraguan situation i ;i and X very easy 5 Illinois Alberta Realty i 2nd floor Johnson Block, next Balmoral Hotel None 290 executive to consider the laws and snan charged against the imports practices of other countries with ref- j jrom a couury it is necessary too crence to the importation into thoss j luat suaii imd on the part oi that and the executions of two Americans j countries of the prOauces and mer- discriminations ia chan-disc of the United States, 'the minimum provided in the bill 'are to go into force. Unless the president makes such a Y i by the order of President Zelaya, 4. j United States government at the date of this message is proceeding with deliberate circumspection to deter- mine the exact truth in relation to J. these reports' and upon their course I in the premises most consistent 'its dignity, its duty -to American in- country not only discriminations practice under them against the trade of the United States but that the discriminations found shall be undue, that is without good and fair i 7 I 7 J. I 7 i J. Phone cross fenced; two storey proved farm well located from crop; all house, stcne foxmda- This is the finest proposition en'the market and will be taken up very quickly. f Freeman, Maeleod and Graham LETHBRIDGE r> fi'q P. 0. Box I I T X A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for sale on Crop Payment Plan THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, J Phone 396 BryaB Blouk, Lethteidg. P. 0. Box 254 t T I 1 A Good Corner on Burdett Street for Sale, blocks from Union Depot for The H. Macbeth Agency AN EXTRAORDINARY 11 LOTS ON IDDINGTON THIS IS THE BEST BUY ON THE MARKET AVENUE FOR "ODAY. Fully Modem 7-Roomed House, standing on 2 Lots, beauti- ful situation, corner position, t Phone 261. Office Crabb Street Small House and Lot North Ward, 8375, good term3. Atew well losatcd lots in North Ward at S70 each, terms Building Lots on Cutbill Street. Price __ GALVIN-HATFIELD to CO terests and its moral obligations to Central America and civilization. The American claim of Alsop Co. against the government of Chili j which the governments of the Unit- j Jed States and Chili have agreed- to submit to King Edward for mediation is touched upon and among the other subjects referred to by the President are the fisheries conventions between j i Great Britain. Canada ami the Unit- j i ed States, the treaty concern-' iiifi the Canadian International 'boundary, and the settlement of other international affairs __ between Canada and the United j _ States; protection of seals, the tariff act, international maritime law, pan- j American conference, Monroe doctrine I the far east, re-organization of the department of state, government ex- penditures and revenues, expedition in legal procedures, injunctions with- out notice, ship subsidy, Alaska, con- servation of national resources, and the white slave trade. In conclusion the president says: "Generally speaking the country is in a high state of prosperity, and there is every reason to believe that j we are on the eve of a substantial expansion." I The American rights under the fish- j cries article of the treaty of 1818 i have been a cause of difference be- j twcen the United States and Great! Britain for nearly seventy years. The involved arc of great im- portance to the American fishing in- j dustry. This is the first case involv- ing such great international ques-: ticns which has bec-n submitted to the permanent court of arbitration at The Hague. The treaty between the United 'States and Great Britain concerning i the Canadian international boundary j I concluded April 11, 1008, authorizes. I the appointment of two cammission- ers to define and mark accurately the the United States and the Dominion: of Canada in.the waters of the Passa- maquoddy Bay and provides for the exchange of briefs within the period of six months. j The briefs were duly presented with-: in the prescribed period, but as the commissioners failed to agree within six months after the exchange of. printed statements as required by the treaty it has now become heces- j sary to resort to the arbitration vidcd for in the article. The international fisheries commis- sion appointed pursuant to and un- der the authority of the convention of April II, 1908, between the United States and Great Britain, has com- plcted a system of uniform and com-; mon international regulations for the i X protection and preservation of t'hel7 food fishes in the international boun- j t dary waters of the United States It and Canada. T The regulations will be duly sub- 7 mitted to congress with a view to j finding then the maximum duties pro- reasoll. I conceive that this power vidcd ia the bill, that is, an increase was reported to the president with of twenty-five per cent, the minimum i tnc nope that the maximum duties duties are to be enforced. Fear has 5 Lots on corner Maclruff and Coutts per lot, cash or terms.. Lot and half on Brunton St. Two lots on Bruce St. Si75 Two lots on Bruce-St. cash, balance in A and S mouths. Modern House to. tal per month. never be applied in any case, been expressed that this power con-jkut that the power to apply them ferred and duly posted, on the execu- wouid enable the president and the tive is likely to lead.' to a tariff war. state department through friendly ne- I beg to express the belief that no gelation to secure elimination mm such resujt may be anticipated, "i he iaws ami tQe practice under them j discretion granted to the executive; any foreign country for that which j by the terms "unduly discrimina- j js unduly discriminatory. Ko one is tory" is wide. I seeking; a tariff war nor a condition! In order that the maximum -tv.ties: -m the spirit of relations shall be aroused. Tel. 294 L. S. HIP LEY Office Block P. 0. Box 1892 Phone 457 I Ott Block. Lethbrtdgft, Alta. THE Co, OPEN FOK BUSINESS IN THE Whitney Block LBthbridgB filfeerta We buy improved or un- improved lands for cash and sell to the actual settler with necessary outfit for farming on long time with small cash In exce you. farrr sma WHY a WHY plac to c py. and International maritime law. The second peace conference recently held at The Hague adopted a convention for establishment of an international _ prize court upon 'the joint proposal 7 of delegations of the Unitect States, Prance, Germany and Great Britain, the law to be observed by the tribun- al in the decision of prize cases was, however, left in an uncertaia and therefore unsatisfactory A: i ie seven of the convention provided that the court was to be governed hv the provisions of treaties existing be- tween the belligerents, hut that in 2 storey house in Riverview. rooms and bath. Immediate possession. Balance easy. Fully modern, eight will handle. JL 7 t Leading Real 414 ROUND STREET Co. Financial Brokers Reference Bank of Montreal 960 acres on the Weyburn line. Strictly billiard table proposition. Easy terms. We are owners. J J.! The enactment of such legislation as j T will be necessary, the convention to put them into operation. T The convention providing for the settlement ot international mmu'oices THE HERALD IT WJLL PAY YOUtctweon the u.-trd states and can- )ayment. J. this way we 5ive an J_ ional opportunity to J, [he practical farmer, JL with good outfit, but capital. T Y DO YOU RENT you may thus obtain i borne of your own. t Y farm so small a T i when we can help you ain adjoining lands. 4-also can loan you mon- -r te, or better still, call T ee us we want to get j_ inted. 4 absence of such provisions mi; ;ourt shall apply the rules of the international law. If no generally recognized rule exists there court trive judgment in accordance with general principles of justice and IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., Ltd. Phone 350 Room 11 Southard Block t, t McLEAN HELGERSON LAND AND .INVESTMENT 'CO.' j BRYAN BLOCK j] Owners of large, tracts. of choice wheat land i; 5000 acres, 4000 acres, IpOO acres or 100 acres, as you like it. GOOD TERMS. PHhnr tnll 1 1 r T'ftHp'V 1 vst a-UiiCl imj uz h Dec. .T. T. Bro-wn, K. C., 'Who acted for Judge McLean at the EatUeford inquiry, arid who went to Ottawa on tlie judge's behalf, has just received word that the decision of the government has been favorable to his n ?Bnisnitu 2 li IU but .L Paimatier Sisters' Orchestra. Central school auditorium Men-day. Dec. 13. Prices 25, 50, f j SALE! 1 J Good Residential J .L Lots for Sale at 4 T 2 Reasonable Prices 7 1 I FOR SALE IMPLEMENT BUSINESS in new town between Lethbridge and -j Medicine Hat. A good chance to get in on the ground floor, j Price of business, stock and property cash. Balance j three and six months at 6 per cent. j APPLY r-: r T T slcndid Kcsieicncc 1 i I Lots on j es Street, T T North Ward i I i t MONEY TO LOAN 4 a, T 1 T ThKanadian Rea! Estate Co. Blott I 4 T T T I FIRE INSURANCE 4 j i T RIGHT IS GEllG YOU! ch. Good terms j; J. Having" dissolved partnership with E. C. Lucltke. I j i 1 TdB C, 8. lUWIH i JL -j 2 AGENCY i T Acadia Building. Phone 29t. t L [AKIN CD. 1 OR ABB STREET p. of Montreal) 7 Telephone 383 j; TOWNSITE OF BOW ISLAND 7 oiler business and residential lots at prices ranging from to Write or call on me before purchasing elsewhere. A. WADDELL I Bow Island Realty and Insurance Agincy i Car Route Business Sites on Westminster Road Houses tor Sale and Rent. Co., Lti Successors to W. R. Dobbin Ground Floor Office: SOUTH OF PHONE A DOOR ;