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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FKIMCABY is. Tin: DAILY IIKIVALU PAGE SKVEN OF 1PE I WITH ACKNOWLKUUMWNTS TO COLKMAX PJMLLIl'SOXl JlK'i'ly recalls. mislu meom- wUh iht1 yltlanrc ur.il cunsti such analysis and aiiyHcaUon of nd Procedure As it anticipating tho unparalleled jmiu'4 by critical observations; anil, universal Interest In lhe negotiations on thy other uainj, a synUiPlu- prcsen- whMi woulJ ultimately leud up lo lit ion of conclusions ilprivtil from signing ot tliu treaty of peace anil 10 mark iho absolute o( ihc- KreiiL wurM war, Coleman Phil- llpRon wrote liis bouk entitled "Ter- mination of ami Treaties ol lU'aoi1." Mr. riiiUijisou Is a barrls- teraMaw of lhe Inuor Temple, Lon- don, Hn export in international law, Ms work was published for the first time In IM'i. First of Its Kind duiU- very an ilLrgULMiaU" iciMiluurjn I Separate Peace j As a striking instinct co sirenfu Ulils condition In? mitt's tho int" IHi1 I t'ratK'6 KtiiJ ItiiASJa. wb h A'a-- itally liiui nviilior o? respective gnvt'rimu-nt.-i wtmM con- i anil more fit ;L Olist )t Cerc'iminlal proceJiin bieti iSio feiisli oC u -suys author. Many lo effect un The uulbur in bis preface a belief tluil vmrk iis nvay flil a gap in UIP of Interim- Jloual ami hiiernuilomil relations So far as his po iie been unable to discover a publication in any language that deals with this most important branch of internation- al law and practice in a Bystematli; ant! comprehensive manner, (to des- cribes his ivork on the ono band as a comparative analytical study, atcom- Constitution The Is divided into parts. ai The first pan wltli tormina- [najy anr1 plude a peaty tluriiiR war. .la [tan, o( courso, arcedpd to agreement Immediately afterwards As u I'arJlK-t circumstance the au- thur refers tu the "alliance (j[ iieiuo protection" fmiL'iuJeJ in cm behalf of Ct-i-- lion of war by mere from hostilities; by comjuost and subj'j gatioti, Part two confines Itself to (he tcrmin.it Jon of war by trebles of liovr Ihey come to be made, their conif tils and their effects. -Ami for ibc imrpuse ot this reference lo IJic Mi row r t It is the intenllon to bor- of (lie a uf tier's ctwef vat ions llie con tit Hut Ion and procedure of tlio 1'ea.ce As a first essential ho points to the necessity to note the of bel- ligerent nil lea witb regard lo ihe in- auguration of yeaca pourparlers. And unless be a specific: agreement to Die contrary, il la underttood that alffoU states prosecuting hoslilltSei OLD CARS MADE NEW NEW CARS KEPT NEW er was to come to v lhe whole of tho military power. peace should not IK- OTH litileii conjointly and hy agreement heUv tlie two Earlier Examples Mr, I'hllliiison then a ildcrab'.e amount of spaf information Hie provii.ec has the ctctitnga which mark the modern coil- 0 i u, cxdiaiiBO verify full pw-j aU and m Ih.i -idldinr hi their ,of peace Question of Location Passing on to that section of his! that Is. to which deals with the selection jinssoss the necespacy auifmrity of a place nt which peace negotiations the affairs in and theiR- may he discussed, he dismisses It to Liud their [obvious thai choice very largely de- mcnt.s, rsubjocl, however, to ratification j jiends on the ivill of the more success- ijy lie sums up the argument In favor ;ot ft neutral country mnfnJjr presumption of conEtralnt and in- timidation IE then mtnimizeti, 1ml U there be a meditating power, then not infrequently some place in the latlcr's country Is selected. Even climate, however, has somi1- thing to do with peace latter. nates' Credentials assembly i-umiiri enterprise. Much Land Available AH the ministers agreed that there are large quantities of the finest farm lanils in the province tinder grazing k-aFOs vrlucli should be made available for settlement by HIP soldiers. In nunuier m oeiegalfs it connection there was cited par- iKU3) to apiMlnl a imperial ranch near Ilfg to verify their Jn (he old "0[ (jlere are (jve- town- days, the author pomia '.he ple-.ii with potcnliaries went daborateb' svordt'd docutnents, even ludicrously ,llie minutes have also received the delegates arc rcgAnluiI in themselves a5 of positioii Because, allliougli Washington was difncuHy In "iHifriiretathVn" Nowaday-s j finally selected as the point at which iltnssia and Japan could conclude their treaty, to Porismonth went the dele- J gates on account ot its better suita- bility lor IhR hot season. The Victor's Perquisite Then again, the territory o( one of ornate in form. Tlip employ- Upetial nomo of protocol. The ilocnments, including ed, tio, he says, nfU-n fruitful of! treaties, formerly gave rife !0 dtspules, on account of conflicting pretensions as to priority. Nowadays. and authority. Jf llie Foreign ter attends in person it is not abso- lutely necespEiry that he should pos- sess any documentary authorization. and the creilentials of his colleagues the belligerentfi Is chosen', whether it! are counter signed hy jho that of the victorious parly or thalj Order of I of Ifie defciitcil state depends upon j tho demand of the victor; or, in easy i there Is a combination of states mah- j ing the demand the matter depends upon circumstances and general con- venience, as in tlio case now taking Position to he' occupied at the con- ference table still lias to ho reckoned with, the author point? out. Jind for- merly there were many frivolous dis- putes as to which representatives IK i mm Head Office Incorporated 1B65 .........Montreal 1 Capital Authorized Capita! Paid Up Reserve Funds Total Assets......................... Over President, Sir Herbert S. Holt, Vice-President and Managing Director, E. L. Pease. General Manager, C. K. Neill, Supervisor of Central Western Hranchea, Hobert Campbell. Special care given to Savings Accounts, Savings Bank Department at all Branches. A general Banking Business 1 Transacted. LETH8HIDGE A. PARKER, Manager J. K. ATKINSON, Manager ........W, R. MeKAY, Manager .....G. DICKSON, Manaaer MAGRATH BRANCH CARD8TON BRANCH TABER BRANCH Banking Service VOUR banking requirements may A be entrusted to this Bank with every confidence that careful and efficient service will be rendered. Our facilities are entirely at your disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBR1DGE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH i should be at the nigh end of the table, the attention of the civilised world, j aml as Jo of geat, ftl u, tUp ol Ryswick tills As to the title of the person who alone to so nuic-i part In peace pourparlers, ihe; ilie'dbuclusion of peace author treats with that of irfenipoten-i was thereby endangered to sucb an ex- jilary AS R term dating irom the that ,he Tepre3entaUves finally jteonth century. It was devised, he Eolved .lhe knotty .problem by an i says. In order to avoid lhe disputes agrecment to sit in a circle without a (that had neen Frequent in assemblies. with regard to questions of cfrremon- At'lUrecllt at Aix-la-Chapellc wl and relative precedence. Hassan, Ulc deiegatcat mjujfui ofthe factitious speakins of the constitution of the [haL hail previous Vienna Congress, nointcd out that the Conferences, consente.l lo waive cere- delegates wore invested, gnly with the monial am, to tahc UJ> posiUoriS character of plenipotentiaries. at reference to fccvcra! of them, indeed, the author goes on to recile in the reference, wero tlescrrbcd as "antbassatlors" in thetr loiters ct credence; but this title [can Tie proper.y given only to diploma- .tic agents accredited to some particu- lar sovereign; "whereas the congress J possessing neither territory nor sit- preme jurisdiction cottM nut be nssUn- j ilated to n sovereign I Number of Representatives It IB further recounted that thero jerlsls no interntitional rule or custom govcrnlns the number of delegates who aliall represent any particular party to the conference, nor ia there any specific custom as to lite rank of the plenipotentiary in big respective of delegates of different pwernmcnv The author, however, (ffiimlly (be post goes to the reviews many of the well-known peaco [ffrsl Plenipotentiary of the state treaties or the last century Petting whlch lllc 1S held. Then tne name and rank of cadi person Wc.come, ex- attendance preRsive ot tlie feelings of the titular Ami in his reference thereto be of "Ie ani1 1'1C. serves flmt all powers should be re- o( (lic o! Rathen' t presented at lhe Peace Confers-nce fliul' Suitable irtcasanlwes arc offered hy tliat their reiiresontntivpR shniilil 1m OI1R or :noro "tlcsatc in reply. A allowed lo participate freely -In (jjC'secretary and nn assistant secretary negotiations. This fimdanicntal prin- nre then appoint ami dtily Iniroduc- cinlc, he goes on to say, demanded by to lhc the presl- law and equity bag not lletlt lo tlic nctessity of 5ecror> in practice, been ob'crvctt lliy meeting for a day or Oil several occasions hnve Uic Great itwo ln orilcr lo enalllc lhc mpmlierH arrogated to themselves the to mcct i1ntl fo each .-Kht to reBiilale the ftffalrs and other's acquaintance ami discuss am decide Die fate of smaller with- OT1Esl thenisrtves I Hose np otil aumiltlng their whoso agroomcnts will depend tho they wero formally admitted-' salUfactory owning of lite ncgolli without consulting their wishes or ProPcr- garding tlieir contentionfi. Artl the' The Ubiquitous Pretjman simplified by the use of tlie whereby thy copy of the treaty taken by each contracting patty bas Us own name fir At, both at bead of the instrument, in the preamble and at the foot, in the list of inc. other parties Leiiig arranged alph- nhetically. A copy of tlie work from -which the foregoing is the c on il en sat ion of one chapter may be seen in the Provincial .ilbrary. R.T.BRYMNER.M.n.gn J.II.S. GORDON, J.V. STEEL, Man.gtr The Young Man's Best Recommendation A Savings Account is more than a start towards financial is a mark of character. One of the strongest recommendations in the world of husiness that fi young man can a MerchantsKank Pass-Book, Bhowing a record of consistent savinus. A Savings Account may be opened with svhich shows how highly we regard tho accounts of those who tlesiro lo save, BAMK. ,i t? .yv n. A Head Office: Mon.lreat. OK tBIUnKIOGBBHANCn, MONMICI1 1IRAKCJ1I, NOIILHI'OUD BRANCH. CANADA Esl.l'blislir.d 1004. R. J. DINNING, Mtihuitr. V. A. EBKRLY, ActlnK M. A. KlLFATIilCK, Acting Mnoaier, distinction of rank. At t'anihrai OOIFSOHS, too, a round table ivas U3vd. oven a round Fays tho author, again quoting Dernflrd. "loses its acconitno- quality wlten it is discovered Hint the place of honor is Uml ojipnslto (he door, ami that every place of hon- or has a right baud and a lett However, the principle of alphabeti- cal order finally eliminated re- maining causes (if friction. Selection of President Positions nt lhc table settled, (lie next busings is the appointment of n president wht'ji the assembly is corn- nullior cites n number of notoble In- Rtancci to hullress his argument. Position oervc it. It not hard lo guess, tho argument centering round the author iriiriy unaurvoii, wlilcli pldcwns, difference between "conKrcsa" and responsible for the leakage of the In- "conforcnce" and comes lo the con- formation ivliicli promptly pub- clitalon Intil there formally no HfJieil In Hie American press, fharp lino of denmrcation between ;i congress and a conference, though cnr- niorc or less vague differences How They Negotiate Concluding pluse of the peace negotiations thn aulllor explains that were recognized. At present Ihe ilif- the nexoliallons may be condnclcrl by fcrenco Sa Rtlll less detlned and Hint, Ihe exchange ol notes, or by oral nrgn- whalevor principles of division maylment. or iiy p conjunction of thr-se have existed at one time or another, it 1 methoris. He tlie wrlllen re- oannot he paid Hiat there IH now any cord of the proceedings at the confer- clearly dclinnd dividing line between once as (hi- but that tlicm, InJccd, lie on to say, [lie [since Die Vienna Congress of 1S1I-13 IWp the work of Reconsrruclion War Savings "After the Storm" Buy War-Savings Stamps at each as often as you can. Build up a strong investment in Government securities bearing high help to finance the Reconstruction. Our soldiers are being disbanded and return- ed (o civilian life, as poster picture indicates. There is urgent need for the production of more food and other supplies, as well as the means to carry our products. All these things are for Canada's good, and are essential to Prosperity. But they necessitate the Government spend- ing large sums of money, and this nfbnex must be borrowed at high rates of interest. In otder lo keep this interest in Canada and to give EVERYONE chance lo profit by il, Ihe loan is floated in a denomination of only maturing on the first day oi 1924, at v In order lhat even the smalleat savings shall share the oi the War-Savings Stamp plan, THRIFT purchased (or 25 cents each, sixteen ol which affixed to a Thrill Card will be exchanged for a War-Savings Stamp, Sold Wherever You Sec the Sign for every doHir worth more, will much tnote in 1924 than will.t preterit Buy War- Savings Stamps Many Patriotic Store. kceperi xll Thrift Sttwft ;