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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JULY LETIIBniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Habeas Corpus Arguments Open in Highest Court in Canada; Eastern Case Ottawa, July opened la the. supremo court this morning on the habeas corpus case which la to prove tbo validity of the order-Iu-coun- ell cancelling exemptions. It was one of tbo rare occasions on which tha email court room was filled. Hon. Charles Murphy and S. W. Jacobs, opposition members ot tne house, were sealed in court. Near thorn was II. B. Bennett, and former di- rector ot National. Service, who took thb caso before tho Alberta auptenw court which led to tho ruling that the court duclarltig in- valid. The case be Ueaid by the supremo court bench, plr Charles Filzpatrlcli, chief Justice, presided. High-grade American i Dentiatry-rwithout 1TNLESS ciso of emcrs- ency, no major'surgical qper- performed with- out tho' use of an anaeslhclic which blissfully rondors tlicv paf IJont oWivIous to Aml'so in our practice do T.VO 'guaranfeo iho patient freedom' from pain. (Jono IB the awful onieal of havlug' a tooth pulled, A'mrtlic beauty of locaf anaes- is that tbero Is no danger, tho patient Is not. UncoitEcfonfi, is absent.' Painless :arc common lo others' in .our profession, but our particular study ot (lie ciues- lion coiipled ;our Amerdlcan training and .years of experience permit ua to say wJih confidence, Jentislry As We Practise It Is-a Gentle Art, Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 j Otl Elk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge f LETKBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON CniSTALL CLOCK- V THE SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER 'N AND MAJOR JACK ROSS'CHAPTER .._-... I.O.D.E. .WILL HOLD' DURING STAMPEDE WEEK FOR FRENCH RELIEF; 'SERBIAN AND MONTENEGRIN RELIEF; aoLDIERS' COMFORTS .1 i "GOD. SAVE THE GROCERY NEWS Phone 1766 SPECIALS. FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PLEASE NOTE THESE (JRE FOR CASH ONLV, fcUT WE DELIVER THEM FREE '.ALTN'oUGH NO ORDER DELIVER. aED FOR LESS THAN. Swltt'i vtewel Shortening, per Chicken Haddte, per tin :Wc per 5 tin v- Lard, per 3 lb, tlria it.03 Fruit Jart, Perfect Seal, quarto, per Our Own Spec IP. I Bend Tea, Special, 3 .Gold Soap and Sunlight, 7 bars for 50s StrawberrlM, per 2 lb. tin 3Eo Roger't.'Clolden Syrup, per 2-lb. tin 28o TIIIRTE1EN7K STREET NORTtf RETAIL 6ROCERY LICENSE llh him on Ibo beach were !r liouh H. Davles and J. Darling m Dutf, Tho petitioner lor a writ of abeas corpus waa deorgo Edward rey, ol Niphslng. who was reproaent- il by (1- C. Kobinson, of Toronto, with H. Chrysler, K.C., ot Ottawa, and Irae Geotrlon, K.U-, of Montreal, as ouusel. TLo department of Juslico represented ty K. L. Newcomto, :.C.r deputj- lulnlater of justice, with f. N. Tllley, K.C., ot Toronto as onus el. Mr. Grey Is seeking through liis lUiifiel to secure his release from the' i.lltla by the way of writ of habeas orpus. lie la a farmer inil comes ilhtn Hie ago 01 class one, whose ex- mytion was cancelled by the order-In- ouncli, called He is In ilttary detention for refusing to doa uniform at Niagara Camp, and for ecUuing to be inoculated, On his be- alf, it is argued that the order-iu ouncll under irhttU lie was drafted, s Invalid, At the opeaSsg of the proceedings, ho chief justice inUraated that the iurt intended to hear two counsel on ach aide. Mr. Chrysler said the proceedings vcre Wrought under Order C2 of the Court Act. He referred to ho application made before Justice ..angliu, In chambers on the 12; eferred to tho full bench. Private Grey, ho said, was now malting sentence, having been tried court martial for tlia offense of refusing to ohey .orders, The point alsed was that ho was a soldier un- lor tho order-Sn-couiicil and tlio [er-In-council ivas challenged. Jurisdiction, .Justice Brofleur raised the queslioa if jurisdiction. "Have we jurisdiction a lliis mailer" he asfced. "13 it a criminal Mr. Chrysler: "We say that it Is lo the first it Is a criminal that cr because iho man is liable to pun shmcnt or fine under the Imperia Army Act, which hag been .made part cf our.statutory law by trip Military and by the Military Service Act.' Mr. Kewcomtfc: "Tho army ac jiaiics this offense with which Grej is charged liable to penal servitude There Is no doubt it fs a criminal of fauce.' Sir Charles Fitzpatrich: "If I were the Alberta case, sHuatioi might be entirely different." Mr. Newcombc concurred. Proceeding, Mr. Chrysler read the terms of tho order-In-council anil the resolutions of the house of common approving H was passed subjec to approval by bath houses. Sir Louis Davie'a: 'Tho order-in council diil not coaic into force un til after a, resolution had been passe by tho two Mr. dhrysler: "It seems to provid that it shall come into force .when ap proved by a resolution of both house of parliament." uuumiui iiLi Guns Mow Dosvn Re- sisting Forces, and Drive Progresses Paris, July Fanilly Sodat In 6 lb. Card ;Board Box, McCormaelCs Special, per box der-in-council of April "0. Mr. Chrysler: "Yes." Sir Charles: maintain that "Yea.' 'And that the Government had.not the power to do "Yes." "That Is your ivliole case, Ja it "I replied Mr. Chrysler, "that the order-in-couacil takes away not only, Iho potential but the'actual right of exemption.1' Replying to a further question by tho elHef justice, Mr. Chrysler said. that the power of parliament ilaeU was not ciUGSlIoncd. Tho question at issue was the erfccUv'eaeas ot the or-" Powers From Act. Tho chfef euggested that-the goTernment look its powers from the j Military Service Act hut wJIJi this gcstion Mr, Chrysler did not agree. j Mr. Clirj'aler, then dealt at Icngih with the Measures Mr, Chrysler quoted tho clause, of Iho War MeaaurtiR Act giving govern- j merit authority to Issue orders dCerirj cd'necessary for tho security of the j peace and de'orise of Canada in "th.c! event ot invaslon-or threatened insur-! He maintained that the gov- ernment's powers were, lifted In a largo measure to tbo specific subjects mentioned. Sir Louis that Iho limitation was on the punishment and not cu jviwer In punish. Mr. Chrysler said that was no- Ihlng In the act referring, to tho arm- Ing and equipping of military forces. 11-3 presumed that the government at that time intended to exercise 'such powers as It possessecrunder the Mili- tia Act, Utidcr that act it would.not hava been possible to secure fofcea by compulsion for overseas service. Tho government .had power lo en- force compulsory Service; Sir lyouls Davles obatrvcA that the defence nf Canada might he conalder- lo be In tho State of 51alne, In Northern France or elsdwhoro, Chrysler agreed Inspfnras reference to tho Stalo-of Mhh'iu'- nrguftd thiil in-i__, the power dfd not exist to scml sold- iers Sir Loufs DavJea: "Boes U any difference where the lino fence Is? 1 cannot, for Iho of me, s6o any reasohahla limitation you place oa the poivera taken under Measures Not Sent Abroad Mr. Chrysler replied- that there could be sent aoroarl tor' (ho am. the.mother 'country but not defense of Cfttiada, a military_____ Mr. Chrysler salil ho would hot h'ftvu time _ tho supreraa court of Albsrta, bntthal so far as it io'tMl.i cascyJie voiill mike it a pftrt of aiz argumont Mr Justice Anglin askod Mr Cbrys ICT if he that undei askeil. Mr, Geoffrion repeated that the word as used iloes not represent the power to amentl or appeal an act of parlia- motlier, by her father, and 3s trans- planted from a humble home to the palatial" residence of her aristocratic relatives in England. Her ?imple ap- The play is brimful of clever wit and i humor interwoven -ivith an exquisite1 thre'ad of love and affection- Tim cast Is one of'sterling quality, and in- duties Eeh'a Morrell, generally uizcd as the greatest of all "Pegs." AT THB The feature "A Wife Wttii a vill be shown .again at the Orpheum onight. On Friday and Saturday the eattire will be "Wild AT-STARLAND The popular feminine impersonator, ulian EUInger "s be seen in his atest Paramount picture, "Tlie YVirt- xv's at Rlarland on Friday ;nd Saturday. This is a fascinating fory written especially for Mr. KI- ;nge by Marion Fairfax and directed by William C. DeMWe. Mr. s given the opportunity lo dis- )lay his wardrobe of feminine 'inery-aniJ his talents as a female im- personator. The story is that of New former who decides to dp.bule in ranch- ing and narrbivly misses being robbed by a notorious crocjk, he succeed' ed in foiling the designs ol this gentle- tho language of IJic War in lohcd Is not broad enough BritishColumbia Stock Auction At Rock Creek, B.C. Saturday July 26tti and 27lh, i91S 2SO Head'of Horses, 1000 tp Ibs, 100 Head of CatGe. CHARLES KING, Auctioneer Greenwood, B. C. v RED CROSS AT RAYMOND WfLL BE GIVEN BY THE JUNIOR RED CROSS CLUB at ODDFELLOWS'HALL jtlLY 20th isii LOCAL DEALER HUDSON'S BAY CO. LETHBRIDGE man through the disguise of a woman, hovr the iltssuise gets him Into lots of trouble with 'the girl ho loveSj and1 how he at length TVIUS out and saves licnh the girl and the ranch, makes a story of fun and adventure throughout. Norma Taliaadge, the famous Select star, .will appear at Starland, tonight in "Ghosts of adaptetl from "Two the successful clrsmjvijy In this pic- ture, -Miss Talmadge.plays two roteg; first, tbe lovable little seamstress >vBo redeems the litile waster from a spend- thrift's lite and a euicl'de's grave, aud Becond, a wanton, cabaret sloger who resembles her in tho flesh but Is most unlike her In her nature. JULIAN ELTINGE" GREAT FEMININE IMPERSONATOR1 .IN "THE WIDOW'S MIGHT" Your last chance to see this won derful W. Gerard In "My Four Years In at the Empress (or the last time BUTTERFLY PRESENTS WITH A PAST" B3 Many Other Good Pictures. WOMEN" Many Other Good Pictures. Russian Musical Comedy Co. ORPHEUM TONIGHT -TONIGHT LAST TIME AMDASSADOR JAMES Vf. GERARD'S "My.Four Years in FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY THIS WEEK FRANK KEENAN IN "LOADED DICE" IT'S ALWAYS COOL IN STARLAND. LAST TIMES TONIGHT NORMA TALMADGE .IN THE LATE "GHOSTS OF YESTERDAY" TWO REEL KEYSTONE COMEDY IT'S SPLENDID, SEE IT. SPECIALr STAMPEut WEEK- ATTRACTION TWO NIGHTS TUES.-WED., JULY 23-24 N The, United Producing Co., 'resent the Most Fascinating Comedy of All Time PEG 0' MY HEART' By J, Hartley Manneri Tlio Play that sent a gale 6t laughter -around the world, Special Summer Falr-TtoM frtctt ;