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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1920.
MENCH SOCIALISTS PROPOSES TO OMIT 'OBEY' IN MARRIAGE O)olciratcs Hcturnlncr From Hoscow FftYor Joining Third Internationale. iWOBKERS HOLE RUSSIA It Bela Kun. Once Hungarian vlst Propaganda. Jl Dr LAUnBSfCB HII.M. fifd CorrfBOffii 0 Tn Bin 4Kt Nl , ToK IlEULK. Cojt(0i, ItM, bu Till BeM !' 1KD NtW VoK ltOULD. Pari, July 21. M. Cachln and th Extreme Boclallt delegates who are ln- .;-f5tljatlnr conditions In BoUhevlit Ru Ula .have sent a. despatch to 8ocIallst iaewspapera that they are returning; to Trance to ur4 French Socialists to Join jjho Third (Moscow) Internationale Jibandonlns the milder Second Inter- natlonalc. ond also denying reports that 'they were forced to leave Hussla. They Indicated that they would bring new pro jposals froni Nikolai Ienlne which would be designed to get the support of the iFrench Socialists. In a long despatch Jr. Cachln declares (nat they found Russia freed from the 'bourgeois and from the capitalists and that the wcrKora were the complete 'masters, with armies like the French revolutionary armies. "The lied soldiers have routed the .Poles despite the support which the en International m'ddle classes gave to the Poles ind the victory of the Kus (flan social revolution u now assured," ,ho says. Russian wireless reports picked up iliere indicate that JPcla Kun. Hungarian (Communist leader, has arrived In Mos cow by way of Italy. Bela Kun, It will !be remembered, mysteriously disap peared from .1 train which was trans porting lilm and other Communists ,from Vienna to Russia last week. Blnco his arrival In Moscow, wireless reports Indicate, he has been appointed ifhlef of Bolshevist propaganda In Cen tral Europe. This apparently Is another 'evidence of the Soviet Government's In creasing propaganda worn following (Bolshevist successes In the Russian bor der states, and that It has little inten tion of obeying the British peace termi In this respect. FRENCH SENATOR'S BODY LOST ON TRAIN Neighbors at Station Find It la Strangely Missing. Eptcial Cabte Dcpath to Tin 8cm ixd New YotK JfnuB. Cotvright, 19:0, IT TUB SCN AND NEW YPIK IltSAU). Pajus, July 21. The strongest com mentary on the present disorganization of the French railroads was provided when the body of the lato Senator Lin tlllutc, who died in Paris last week, was lost In transit between this city and his home In Aurlllac. . Senator Llntllhac'a remains were shipped from here last Sunday and should have arrived at Aurlllac yester day, where a throng of citizens crowded the railroad station waiting to pay final honors to the man who had represented them In the national councils for more than forty years. The station master diligently sought the car containing the late Senator's body, but finally was forced to tell the mourners that they would have to call later. Meanwhile tracers were sent to several Junction points, but up to the present time no trace has been found of the body. The funeral has been postponed until Friday In the hope that the body will And its way to the Sena tor's birthplace before that day. BERNSTORFF SEES U. S. DISAPPOINTED HEIR TO ROMANOFFS IS BORN IN PARIS possible Czar if Russia Should , ' Tire of Bolshevism. U prcial Cable Dispatch to Tin Bcn xd New It Yoik UtiALD. Ctpvrtoht,lotO, bi Tub Sun AND New Vobk He&ald. jj Paris, July 21. If the Russian Bol iihevlkl tire of their present form of government and want a new ruler, they fan dnd In Paris a direct relative of the liar In the person of a son born in Versailles this week to Prince Andre Romanoff, eldest son of the Grand Duke (Alexander, brother-in-law of the Ciar, (find the Prince's Italian wife, who was (Clgnorlta Elite Sadsoruffo,. n JThosc iTelns there is no royal blood. This infant, who one day may be a 'claimant to the Russian throne, waB Baptized Michael Romanoff. He has the title of Prince notwithstanding the fact that Russia now refuses to recognize itoyal titles. i Prince Andre's marriage two years !go caused a sensation among his rela tives. However, they forgave him fln illy and approved his marriage when ithe beauty of his wife overcame their jfmbltlons for the Prince. This approval jfvas strengthen when a daughter, Prln- fess .enia, arrived a year ago. Prlnco .ndro has a splendid war record. He Urges Closest Possible Rela tions With Germany. By the Aiiaciatttt Pren. BtnuN, July 21. "All our efforts should bo directed toward making our business relations with the United States the closest possible," pleads Count von Bernstorff, former German Ambassador to the United States, In a new periodical called Octreue Eckart. He declares that Germany must expect nothing from America politically 'as the Americans are tired from a humanitarian stand point." This, he says, Is explainable by the fact that tho "war proved a disap pointment for the United States." Von BernstorR points out that Uie Hanseatlcs, who always had been able to get on with the Americans, have suc ceeded In securing American assistance to rebuild Germany s mercantile fleet. and he believes this may develop Into some arrangement to obtain raw ma terials. After emphasizing the necessity for the Germans to work hard at reconstruc tion, ns they could only pay their debts by labor, the former Ambassador fore shadows the possibility that American capital and German labor may work to gether In Russia, As the Americans have but little experience in Russian conditions, he says, they might be In duced to enlist German cooperation there. French Senator Would Mako Husband 'Constitutional Monarch.' ADMITS GERMANY TRIED TO BLUFF Spa Delegates Knew Coal De mands Could Be Fulfilled. By tht Attotiattd 'rot. BEIU.IN, July 21. The present German Government Intends to carry out the agreements entered Into with the Allies at Spa, Dr. Walter Simons, the Foreign Minister, declared to-da He added that tho previous governments had not been sufficiently punctilious in carrying out the terms of tho peace treaty. After denying rumors of dissensions In tho Cabinet Dr. Simons said alt the Spa decisions were unanimous and the En tente Powers really were serious In their threats to occupy more German territory. Te German delegates, however, he added, would not havo signed "the agree ment If they had not been, convinced that the coal 'demands of the Entente were capable of fulfilment Dr, Simons said that Illegitimate traf fic In coal was taking place and that large quantities of Ytuhr coal bad been discovered In placea not on the of ficial distribution plan. The Cabinet, therefore, has decided to reorganize pro duction and distribution. The above admissions by Dr. Simons Justify tho charges made at Spa by the Allies that Germany was not exerting herself to carry out the terms of the erved as a naval officer even, during fTreaty of Versailles, and that In spite he Bolshevist terror, when ho toll 1 of her protests she could furnish tho amount of coal demanded. Tefugo in Crimea. Special CabU DapatePtt Tn Bcw akb Niw Yosk Heuui. C&pvrioht, 1K0, r Tub Sun and Niw Tosx HeSaU). Pabii, July 21. A project presented to the French Senate by Louis Martin. Senator from the Var, provide for radical changes In the marriage laws of France, and especially for the elimination of the pledgo of obedience by a wife to her husband. Senator Martin aoea not. How ever, Intend to eliminate the provision that'a husband must support his wife. His theory Is that a revision of the laws governing marrloge would be at least a moral satisfaction, as thue laws would still contain a provision for mutual fidelity and assistance. The only difference would be that a husband would become a constitutional rather than an absolute monarch," he said. The Clerical element In the Senate opposes the project The spokesman of this element, Canon Collon, from Metz, suggested that tt would have no bearing on feminist problems, as If the laws wcro revised as proposed women would not gain anything which they do not now have. He declared that woman's Influence over her husband was par amount desplto Senate made laws. On the other hand, protagonists ot ths measure cover the whole gamut of maritlal philosophy from that of purely religious origin, wherein sacred texts call for obedience by the wife, to that of the Socialists, like Paul Boncour, Deputy from the Seine, who Is In favor of arranging all marriage laws to meet varying economic conditions, leaving the courts to decide In Individual cases whither matrimonial bonds are abro gated by a wife's disobedience. In any event, the Senato does not know which way to turn, and ultra feminists will have to wait 'until next October before French politicians will tackle the perplexing problem. 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