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DIVISION OF OPINION
British and Italians Stand Agalist c
French Position. .Next Step in Doubt I
In .ccupation Plan. t
London, April 30.-A sharp differ
once of opinion between tihe French, on j
the one side, nnd the British and It - I
lalls, on the other, arose this afte I
noon at the meeting of the supreme I
- council to iconsidor enforcemient of I
the treaty of Versailles and the steps I
to 'be taketi to enforce payment of the
reparations -by Germany.
Premier .Briand of France, who had
the support of M. Jasper, the Belgian I
foreign minister, mado a strong fight I
for the Paris plan, which incluacs Ini
mediate occupation of the Rthr region i
of Germany, while the British prime
minister, Lloyd George, and Count
Sforza, the Italian foreign minister,
brought up new'proposals under which
the conference should decido how the
obligation Wias to (be satisfied and then
issue an ultimatum which would 'have
a brief time limit to Germany. The
ex'perts tonight are considering the
'two schemes and iwill report at. anoth
er meeting of .the supreme council
So serious was the situation con
sidered that Mr. Lloyd George, who
was accompanied Intthe conference
by Earl Curzon, the foreign minis
ter, called an immediate meeting of
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he British cabinet to discuss the mat
Today's meeting of the su-preme
ouncil was -h protracted one, M.
riatnd taking a loig'time to explain
ho 'reneh plan to Count Sforza and
4. aJaper, who had not the advantage
if being present at 'lHythe when the
Prench premier discussed the matter
vith Mr. Lloyd George. Only this
norning! was' it made -known that the
3ritish had. a new scheme to offer
rhich was communicated to M. 'Briand
vihen he went to Downing stteet at
ioon for a short talk with Mr. Lloyd
Jeorge. It was explained from the
British side after the meeting of the
,ouncil that the new move was made
nying to the findiing of'-the ropara
ions commission that the German in
lebtedness was 6,600,000,000 pounds.
This, it was said, greatly altered the
iltuation, as it was necessary in a'p
plying the penalties that the provisions
f the .treaty should be observed.
It iwas no surprise to find Count
Sforza supporting the British ptlatn
as it had been known Italy was strong
ly opposed to occupation of the R1uhr
unless it was found -absolutely neces
sary in order to enforce payment of
Tonight's 'meeting 'of the experLs
niay find a way out of the difficulty
and tomorrow's meeting of 'the au
preme council may be ablo to com
pose the differences or find a middle
course, but the diplomats took a se
I-ious view of the situation for, if no
agreement ts reached, Mr. Briand, is
faced -with the vprospect of having
France alvance into the Ruhr region
alone, or at best with the -Belgians,
or placing his cabinet in jeopardy.
Military experts were not pr~sent
aft -today's meeting but diplomats and
financiers were there- in strong force.
Mr. Lloyd George had Earl Curzon at
his right hand and other oficials at his
beck and call; M. Briand was accom
paniled by M. Loucheur, minister for
the devastated regions, and M. Bethe
lot; Count Sforza by the Marquis IDella
Torreta; Baron 'Iayashi, Japanese am
bassador to Great Britain, by Kogo
Mori, Japanese financial adviser in
'IAirope, and M. Jasper, by M. Theunys,
Belgidn mninister of finance.
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