11 FEBRUARY 1928, Page 2

Sir Austen Chamberlain also spoke of the Treaty of Arbitration

With the United States GoVernment which is- Muter consideration. The Treaty between the States and France was signed this week. It reserVeS matters within domestic jiirisdintion-of either party, Or involving the 'interests of third parties, or depend upon or involve the Monroe Doctrine. The British Treaty is to follow the model of the French. Sir Austen gave reasons why it could not be a Treaty of " all-in " arbitration.