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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBFUDGE, Member for Last Mountaii) Says Government Should Quit and Appeal to People LISTLESS DAY IN THE BUDGET DEBATE FRIDAY IN PARLIAMENT THE HOUSE: It was decided that the house .would, not sit on Victoria. Day.''. Budget debate continued. A. B. McCoIg, of Kent, said farmers throughout the country wanted the wheat board abolished. He also attacked1 the Board of Commerce. Maharg, Maple Creek, re- gretted that the finance minister had not wiped out the tariff on J. H. Sinclair, Antigonlsh and Guysboro, said the finance'minis-, ter was sitting on an empty chest fishing In a bottomless gulf for a budget. Other speakers were: W. C. Kennedy, North Essex; O. Tur- gepn, Gloucester, and H. C. Hockcn, Toronto. The house adjourned at 11.10 p.m. CARRANZA IS KILLED INPUEBLA MOUNTAINS MEXICO CITY, May As- sociated Venus- tano Carranza, who with a small. party of followers, has been a fugi- tive In the mountains of Puebla since last night, was killed at Tlax- calatongo, early Thursday, morning, aceording to official announcement here. A number of his companions, the names of whom are as yet un- also killed. Gen. Rodolfo Herrera, It Is said, directed the attack that resulted In the death of the fugitive president and his followers. He belonged to forces commanded by Gen. Franels- co Marlel, who accompanied Car- ranza In his flight from that city, but who last week deserted Carran- za and joined the revolutionists. The official announcement, which was given out last night from the headquarters of General Obregon, stated it was based on official dis- patcher which have been received. No Hemld Monday being a BtaUitory holiday, the Her- aid will not-tw published. 1m- portant newff.wni be bulletined. RussianTReds" Stir Ufc Unrest In British Army LONDONl'Mly Incidents 'affecting 'the discipline of certain of the Brit- ish occurred recently, sayi "the Dally Sketch, and an In- revealed fact' that agents .of the Russian Soviet governrrient'Yiive" perfected a plan tormak- "hotbed of Bolshevik! and Georgians Threa- ten'Small Bands of British Soldiers'in Caucasus BQLSHIES CLAIM SUCCESS AGAINST POLISH TROOPS wensoij.vi Stern to imach -been ch this or- decided upon, the Vwpcpaper declares, and important "'ariftKs'are Imminent, In addition, wholesale deportations are to Regulations For New Taxes Will Remove Present Inequalities I ff tf if tf ij I: SIGN HUNflAfclAN PEACE TREATTlf; JUNE FOURTH The peace treaty_wltii Hungary, H fr elded by council of ambassa- dors loiJayi be signed in {lie Grand Tiiinon Palace at Versailles' oil "June 4. OTTAWA, May on tho budget drifted through a listless eve- ulug In tho house. Attendance of except just at the was small. Frco tiado TIOWS were eipressed hy tho National Progress- ives and Mr. Turgeon ot the Liberal opposition, and protection was cham- Tiloned.tjy Mr. Hocken ot .West To- 'ronto.- am-proteclionlst.hy convjction.V Jtr. Hocken assured Uio house. Mr. Hocken took Uio opportunity also to renew his criticism ottfle civil service. H .the. government, ho ar- declare 'a holiday for 13 months in making apDoIntmentSj'to s'erTlce.lhere.would hp'a SaV- ing'vin.1 "plibllc 'e.ipendiluro twenty million dollars.' DiECUsaion during the day wander- ed'far from the budget proposals; Mr. JlcCoij, Ke5t, declared that the hoard of commerce had found no real .pro- fiteering except that in which its members indulged hy getting their own salaries raised. Wheat Board Attacked William'Kennedy, North Esser, Sho point further by demanding that the board of commerce should bo dis- charged at once. Ifwas of no more use than a flftli wheel (or a coach. Tho wheat ooard also came in for at- tacks from opposition members. Mr. Kennedy cited a -caao where, ho said, Canadian farmers had been prevented from.exporting wlicat to Detroit, only-a few mile's away, and (hat at'n time when