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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 1918 LETiramnoE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE V Habeas Corpus Arguments Open in Highest Court in Canada Eastern Case July opened In supremo court this morning on the habeas corpus caso which is to prove the validity of the orderlncoun ell cancelling It was one of the rare occasions on which tha email court room was Charles Murphy and opposition members of the were seated In Near thorn was and former di rector of National who took the case before the Alberta supremo court which led to the ruling that the court declaring the ordprincoitncil in The case will be heard by the supreme court Sir Charles chief Highgrade American Dentistry without Pain Why not UNLESS In a case of emerg no majorsurgical oper ation Is today performed with out the use ot an anaesthetic which blissfully renders tlent oblivious to And so In our practice do wo guarantee the patient freedom from Gone is the awful ordeal of having a tooth And the beauty of local nnaes in dentistry is that thero is no the patient is not but pain is Painless methods are common to others ia our but our particular study of the ques tion coupled with our Amerdican training and long years of experience permit us to say with dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Oti 4 Doors from Lethbridge ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRISTALL I THE SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER AND MAJOR JACK ROSS CHAPTER WILL HOLD DURING STAMPEDE WEEK FOR FRENCH RELIEF SERBIAN AND MONTENEGRIN RELIEF SOLDIERS COMFORTS GOD SAVE THE KING GROCERY NEWS Phone 1766 SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PLEASE NOTE THESE ARE FOR CASH IUT WE DELIVER THEM FREE NO ORDER DELIVER ED FOR LESS THAN Swifts Jewel per 5 tins Swifts or Sweet per 5 tin per 3 Fruit Perfect per dozen Our Own Special Blend 3 Soap and 7 bars for 50c per 2 3fo Rogers Golden per 2 25c 230 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH RETAIL GROCERY LICENSE With him on inn bench wero Sir Tiouia Uavloa ami Tho petitioner for a of laboas corpus was Ooorgo Edward ot who wan represent ed by of with of and Aimn of as Tbo department of Justice was represented by deputy minister of with of Toronto an Grey Is senklnK through his counsel to secure his release from the militia by tho way of writ of habeas lie is a farmer and comes within the ago of class whose ex emption was cancelled by tho orderIn called into Ho is in military detention for refusing to don a uniform at Niagara and for Inclining to br On his be it is argued that the orrterin under which lie was Is At the opening of the tho chief justice intimated that the Intended lo hear two counsel on each Chrysler said the proceedings were Brought under Order Gi of tho Supreme Court He referred to tho application made before Justice In chambers on the 12th and referred to the full Private he was now awaiting having been tried bv court martial for tha offense of refusing to obey The raised was that he a un der tho orderincouncll anfl the or ilerincouncil was Bfodeur raised the question Have we jurisdiction in this matter lie Is it a matter Chrysler We say that it In the first it IH a criminal mat ter because the man is liable to pun ishment or fine under the Imperial Army which has been made part of our statutory law by thp Act and by the Military Service Newcombt The army act makes this offense with which Grey ils charged liable to penal servitude There is no doubt it is a criminal of Sir Charles Fitzpatrick If it were the Alberta the situation might be entirely Newcombe Chrysler read the terms of the orderincouncil and tho resolutions of the house of commons approving It was passed subject to approval by both Sir Louis Davies The orderin council did not come into force un til after a resolution had been passed by tho two Chrysler it seems to provide American Giins Mow Down Re sisting and Drive Progresses July Unofficial news from the zone of the French offensive since the communication was issued by the War Office today shows that suc cess for the Entente allies is con The otficirl communi cation was written in a most con servative July fighting north of the Marne the Italians have taken again the village of two miles northeast of the advices American Army in July the order in Chrysler Sir Charles I rie With em phads on the word Justice Anglin It is purely a question Chrysler Purely tho stubborn unco to the allied defence developed In tho region wen of which is miles RoulhwcKt oC Americans and French fight Inpr flfdo by refused to bo Tho American machine guns mowed the enemy nnd then our troops went Tho flKhUng still continued in this region this afternoon and seoms likely to brvome heavier when the Oermnn reserves In tho region ot wherethe at tack wna especially tlio Americans carried ovorythiii before thorn by Harly tliin they had pasmd hnir final known ob From tlii arxond to the lliird they swept bohiiul a third Tho resistance to tho south was es pecially pHiroH tho American advancing troops were held but only Tho towns of Torcy nnd Oivery and the Givery Wood woro tnkun by the Americans in their A July FrenchThove this morning appnared to hnvo boon a surprise to the Tim man ner In which tills surprise was ac complished may bo best judged from the which shown a great area of forest covering tiie ground bnhlnd the French Indor cover of forest General Foch has been prepar ing for some time for the present AT THE MAJESTIC Oliver Moroscos famous tha comedy of Peg O My will be the attraction at the Majestic on Tuesday and Wednesday of next Aime Geoffrion order in council amende that as the i week as a special stampede weok at tlu Military j The enormous success of Service Act and thii the Militia Act this play is undoubtedly due to its in vital it could only be up j cleanliness and tho absence of all held on the contention that tho War dismission of social and the over Measures Act conferred full executive lasting arguments ot capital and la power on the governor in It is a complete suspension of the Geoffrion went Peg isa seifiaii HUle human being with a childs naive ways and a childs It is a complete departure from the j innocent oitlook on is rule that parliament makes the brought after the death of her After by her nnd is trans occupied u seat with counsel for the planted from a humble home to the palatial residence of her aristocratic Geoffrion continued to argue relatives in Her simple an that if parliament had intended to pearance her Uritl9h cousins delegate all Its powers to tin governor I d t d wlth general in it would have done so in short and simple language aucli as the governor general in council shall have all legislative powers that it shall come into force ap1 tend any powers to proved hy a resolution of both houses Sir Charles Fltzpatrick Where is the difference Geoffrion There is a tremend ous Geoffrion wont on to assert that the power contained in the War Meas ures Act in this instance is found in the words to make from time to In orders and The he does not ex the Sir Louis Davies it did not come into force until after it was approved by the houses of par Was It was approved by resolution and adopted tlie next Paragraph five of the orderin Chrysler went was the provision specially called into Sir Charles Fltzpatrick asked Chicken per tin package 1Qc In tomato per large tin 25o Ladles White Regular Special Ladles Silk Regular Special Childrens White and Palp 40c Family in 6 Card Board McCormacks per box Chrysler if he maintained that Grey j had acquired a right to exemption which was deniei to him by ths or derincouncil of April Chrysler Sir Charles You maintain that the orderincouncil repealed the sta tute And that the Government had not the power to do this That is your whole is it i not I replied i that the orderincouncil takes away not only ths potential but the actual right of Replying to a further question by j the chief Chrysler said that the power of itself j was not The question at issue was the effectiveness of the or Powers From Tho chief justice suggested that the government took its powers from ths j Military Service Act with this swg1 gestion Chrysler did not Chrysler then dealt at length with the War Measures Chrysler quoted the clause of tho War Measures Act giving the govern ment authority to issue orders deem ed necessary for tho security of the poaco and defense of Canada in tlvo event ot invasion or threatened insur He maintained that the gov ernments powers wore lifted in a large measure to the specific subjects Sir Louis DaviesSpuggested thut the limitation was on the punishment and not on tho power to Chrysler said that there was no thing in the act referring to the arm ing and equipping of military Hs presumed tho government at that time intended to exercise such powers as it the Mili tia Under that act it would not haver been possible to secure forces by for overseas The government power to en force compulsory Sir Louis Davies observed that the defence of Canada might be consider ed to be in tho State of in Northern France or Chrysler agreed insofar as the reference to the State of Majuu was but argued that in tho power did not exist to send sold iers Sir Louis Daviea Does It make any difference where the line of de fence is I for the life of see nny reasonable limitation you can place on the plenary powers taken under the War Measures Not Sent Abroad Chrysler replied that there could be sent abroad for tho aid of the mother country but not for the defense of a military Chrysler said ho would not bavo time to quote tha judgment given by the uuprenia court of but that so far as it applied to this case he would make it a part of his argument Justice Anglin asked lor If he maintained that uncjer fifQBfii the language cliuiso of the War Measures In he there had not been a full grant ot legislative powers to the governor funeral in It hnd never 1ccn maintained in England and that the Defense of the Realm passed in goes as far as is in respect of the War Measures Justice Duff asked Geolfrion what distinction he make be tween regulations and the power to make It was a common thing be to make law by means of reg If the fo make law is exclud then what power is given he Geoffrion repeated that the word as used does not represent the power to amend or appeal an act of parlia the ways of the aristocratic leads to numerous comical The play is brimful of clever wit and humor interwoven with an exquisite thread of love and The cast is one of sterling and in cludes Belva generally recog nized as the greatest of all AT THE The feature A Wife With a will be shown at the Crpheum On Friday and Saturday the feature be Wild AT STARLAND The popular feminine Julian is to be seen in his latest Paramount The Wid ows at Starland on Friday and This is a fascinating story written especially for Kl tinno by Marlon Fairfax and directed by William Eltinge is again given the opportunity to dis play his famous wardrobe of feminine finery and his talents as a female im The is that of a young New Yorker who decides to dabble in ranch ing and narrowly misses being robbed by a notorious How lie succeed ed in foiling the designs of this gentle BritishCoIumbia Stock Auction At Rock Friday Saturday July 25th and 1918 250 Head of 1000 to 100 Head of WRITE CHARLES Auctioneer The Pathephone as an article of High Class Furniture IF your home is and you arc planning to buy a you will appreciate the beauteous of the for nothing is more discordant than a often cabinet in a home that is otherwise tastily As well in attaining the supreme achievemunt of musical repro the makers of tbo Pathephone luwealso produced art objects of beauty in the Pathe The very loveliness of their artistic appear ance is a delight to ones aesthetic enhances llie pleasure of their In addition to the regular Pathephone models designed by men with lifelong ex perience in producing highclass exquisite examples of periods most famous in history have been selected as models for Pathe Period If your home is not already furnished in period Pathephone would make a most excellent Choose from one of the following styles Queen William and Beautiful instruments at moderate Ghe Send far Pathe Catalagve The Palfce FrtrM ftaltpvph Clifford Street Western Wholesale Whltla LOCAL DEALER HUDSONS BAY LETHBRIDGE man through the disguise of a a wanton cabaret singer who how the disguise gets him into lots of trouble with the girl he and how he at length wins out and saves both the girl and the makes a story of fun and adventure Norma the famous Select will appear at Starland tonight in Ghosts of adapted from Two the successful drama by Rupert In this pic Misii two roles the lovable little seartstress who redeems the little waster from a spend thrifts life and a suicides and RED CROSS AT RAYMOND WILL BE GIVEN BY THE JUNIOR RED CROSS CLUB at ODDFELLOWS HALL JULY 20th 1918 1841 resembles her in the flesh but is most unlike her in her FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Your last chance to see this won derful Gerard In My Four Years In at the Empress for the last time JULIAN ELTINGE GREAT FEMININE IMPERSONATOR IN THE WIDOWS MIGHT SPECIAL STAMPEDE ATTRACTION WEEK TONIGHT BUTTERFLY PRESENTS A WIFE WITH A PAST Many Other Good WOMEN Many Other Good Russian Musical Comedy ORPHEUM TONIGHT TONIGHT LAST TIME AMBASSADOR JAMES GERARDS My Four Years in Germany FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THIS WEEK RANK KEENAN IN DICE LOADED TWO NIGHTS JULY 2324 The United Producing Present the Most Fascinating Comedy of All Time ITS ALWAYS COOL IN LAST TIMES TONIGHT NORMA TALMADGE IN LATgLAMENTED IB uqt REEL KEYSTONE GHOSTS OF YESTERDAY ITS SEE TEG O MY HEART By Hartley The Play that has sent a gale of laughter around the Special Summer FairTime PrlcM 50c ;