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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION YOLL'MK XIV. FIRST SECTION LKTHBIUOGE, ALBKHTA.; TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1921 FIRST SECTION NUMBER 75 ALLIED TROOPS OCCUPY THREE GERMAN CITIES Penalties for German Failure to Accept Reparation Terms Imposed There Arc Several Indoor Amateur Sporting Events Scheduled for the Near Future first Division of Session, on! Natural Resources Hoadley With Govt. SUBSTITUTE MOTION FINALLY ADOPTED i Special to Tho Herald.) j ftfJMONTOX. March a vulc oC-.jo for and 12 against, the legisla-1 lure Monday afternoon adopted the j resolution sponsored by J. G. Turgeon, j government. Ribstone, and James Weir, .Vou-Partisaii, Nantun. politely expressing pleasure that tlio- Prime Minister ot Canada is endeavoring to effect a settlement of the question of i return of the natural resources to the provinces at the present timu. Uy the same vote each of the pre- ceding resolutions. A.-F. living's orig- inal motion and the original govern- ment amendment to Mr. Ewing's mot- ion as offered by acting premier C. R. Mitchell, were era'sed from the records by the substitution of Turgeou's amendment to the amendment. Hoadley with Government As he had previously announced that he would, George Hoadley, ex- laeder o! the once united opposition, voted for Turgeon and Weir's motion, which hud previously been practically, it not officially, adopted by the govern- ment as its own. Fred Davis, Glei- William Wilson, Coronation, two other members In the loft opposU tion group with Hoadley, also voted tar the Turgeon motion. 3Jr. G. I) Stanley, High River, and Dr. J. S. i .Stewart, of this group werfl not in the house when the votDetween the allied powers and Ger- many. Many questions answered. Consid- erable discussion in committee of the government's bill to amend and con- solidate the acts respecting the In- spection of gas and gas meters. Pro- gress was reported. BUI to' amend tbe Exchequer Court Act passed through committee and stands for third reading. Mayor C. G. Power, Quebec, moved that amounts, may be deducted from soldiers' pensions payments at the request of the pensioners and applied on insurance premiums under the Re- turned Soldiers' Insurance Act. Mo- tion withdrawn. Tbe premier indi- cated that the government intends to move for the appointment of a parlia- mentary committee on soldiers' re- establishment along the lines of last year's, committee. Subsequently lively dis- cussion.ou a furtiier motion by Major Power that full pension shall be paid to the widowed mother of a deceased soldier, irrespective of her income or whether or not she has other living children. This motion was also with- drawn. The house adjourned at p.m. The senate did not meet. In the House council last night. v TAKES STRYCHNINE IN MISTAKE, DIES Troops March London Pretur, Even Labor Herald, Generally Ravoreblt to Allied Tactics RE-ELECTED FREDERICTOX. X. B., March Daylight saving will begin in this city on Sunday, May 15 and end Sunday, September 18, according to a resolu- tion passed p.t a meeting of the citytfcrenge" and all the sinister "implicit- LONDON, Mar. for advance of British troops open Dus- seldorf were issued at the.Britigh war office last night, it wag disclosed here today. There are at present British soldiers In Germany, of whom four thousand are on temporary duty in Upper Silesia. It ii believed the forces along the Rhine will .be In- creased so that they wilt number 000, four battalions being ready to go to the British sector of the German occupied territory. Any attempt on the part of the Germans to evade the new customs zone along the Rhine by diverting trade through Rotterdam or othejj North Sea ports will be prompt- ly countered by an allied blockade, it is declared by the Daily 'Mail. Newspapers Approve This morning's newspapers, with one exception, approved of the allied decision to penalize Germany for re- fusing to accede to