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HfflWR 'v. , ' I Berlin's Reply Reparations 16' Ultimatum Is Accepted by the Allies ,;? SUSPEND 1922 PAYMENTS f Dy the AMeclsted Press : ' ftftrlj, June 1. The Kopnretlonn ' CDVrol!Men last night fully approved the German reply te Us4 ultimatum and definitely derided te grant (Jcrmany n previsional moratorium for the year 1822. Sudden opposition te the Reparation Commlwien;B nrrangement with Ger many rt doped ninnng "French deputies witerdnv ii nd word' reached the co ce co nlislen w lien It wan ready te begin Its MMlen testenlii.v afternoon that n third of the Chamber of Deputies was op ep op pejed te ncrcptlng tin- (Sr-rman reply te the commlH.len'n proposal. The text of the commission h letter te Chancellor Wlrtb and also Its derl tinn were IsMied about midnight, lifter the commlHeirvJiad framed thorn nt n ; ...inn instluc innnv hour. The ilwl- len wan unanimous, the French dele gate joining In it, despite the tcpert of oppeoltion from a section of the Chamber, which caused deep concern' In commission circles during the day. Limiting Taper Meney Approved The action taken by the German Government te put itH -finances en a sound basis nnd eliminate an much as possible the wholesale printing of paper menev constitutes "a serletiH effort te meet' the commlssien'R requirements," the decision snjs. Itcgrct Ik exprewed, henercr, that Germany did net begin at nn.carller date steps in this dlrcc In its letter te Chancellor W'lrtli. the connnl"len states that In view et the Importance of an Immediate decision upon the question of postponement of pn)mcnt, the commission fct justified in taking prompt action, notwithstand ing th"- fact that en several points Germany's answer requires further elu cidation. The commission informs the German Chancellor thnt thcc matters will be dealt with In another communi cation in the nciir future, but It is in dicated thnt these mutters nre of miner importance nnd will have no effect en the present decision. In milking the decision te grant partial postpone ment of the payments in 11)22, begin ning June 1, the commission says: Can Cancel Postponement "The commission recalls that the postponement new confirmed remains liable te be canceled nt nny time in accordance with its previous decision if the comml"Ien is subsequently satisfied that German has failed te carry out the conditions laid down." The Chamber's Finance Commission hn notified Premier Peincnre that It cannot consider the proposed 102.1 bud get, which -.linw-i n deficit of about 4,000,000.0(10 finncs te be covered liy a lean. It iisls for uu explanation us te hew the (Jeiernmcnt cxneru in linlniwe the budget and whnt is the policy en reiiarmieni.. i no midget dcticit rcprc frtitsinteicvt being paid en lean lleated for reparations pending German pay ments. The decision of the commission will be communicated tn the members of the International Hankers Committee to te da, and the committee is expected te beelu the actual work of organizing ft lean nt Its t-cien in the after noon, pmidcd none of the mem bers is out of agreement with the com mission's doilMen. In reparations elides It Ir sold that the bankers will approve fully the commission's action, and tlie icw is expressed that u lean of mere than SI, 000.000,000 will be kr ranged within the next few weeks, -Berlin. .Tunc 1. (By A. I'.) The Kclcnstnp jrsterday rejected a vote of no confidence in the Ge eminent for Ignoring the Keichstng legardlng the repar.itlenR negotiations. The no-een-fideuee nti was meied by the Na tionalist lut.. which, with he IVo IVe Pies I'nit nnd (.'emmunistH, supported the resolution. After confidence had thus been vir tually eted in tlie Onvernment en this question, the Keichstng adjourned until JUDO l,i. Determined efforts bv the People's, tarty te prn-lpltnte n plcnnry discus discus Hen of the (.everiiment s present lep lep aratlens nehcy before the Whitsuntide recess also were defeated by the votes of the ronlitien bloc. cstiid.i'M attempt te feicu the Gov eminent te defend the Paris repara tions negotiations was a direct outcome of the publication jestcrdny morning of the complete official text of the German SS, i " ,,'1!' Jteparatlens Commission. 7i, . .!,le.s Kart' 'M'lers. as well ns the leading' Democrats, asserted the e eminent had .enccnled from the fcnf"i Up'"lens Committee precise knowledge of the scope of tlie .enccs- HermeS ,0 bv Klm,nce Minister Although it had been gencrnllv as fumed tint the Kel.d.stagoadersVcie Informed confidentially en (he note's eiitentH by Chancellor Wirtli and Dr. !h; ,hi ,PXf t0,luy Provoked mnrpest condemnation. inn en?P?ur,"eu of ,l,lR dlatlsfnctinn. the People ., Party fertWIth demanded seasien te defend Its course, and while the ODDOSltlen did net mii.l.v m.i..i Uetes, today's outbreak is pointed te In1 parliamentary circles as a warning that the Wirth Ministry will encounter me niernesi resistance among- nil the bourgeolsc parties when It gees before the Kelchstag en June 1.1 for the pur pose of disarming criticism of its rcn rcn rcn oratiens negotiations. The present opposition emanates chiefly from the Stinnes group, nltheugh It has been remarked thnt fhe financial Interests represented In the ranks of the Democrats also nrc Impatient with the Paris arrangements. The primary ob jection Is based en the privileges granted the Reparations Commission te Investi gate the condition of national finances. These apprehensions are shared by the press comments, which concur In as scrtlne that Germany's sovereignty Is Imperiled. Vacant Heuse Damaged by Fire Twe vacant houses were badly dam aged by fire nt ,'l:.10 o'clock this morn ing, one nt 245!) North Water street, the ether next deer nt 2401. Thetc nre throc-Mery brick dwellings. The fire started from seme cause undctcr mined in 2450. Bacheler Maid en thli iubltet In th. Mi. tin Station of next Sundiy'i pjilie Lideis. It'tiJcet "old muldi" te tin .i. vie en th. renrtnr of children, and the u. married t analyi th fullurei et wedded bllea. Fer delightful entertainment read the riBLic ipei iuiii'ne Section vtry Bun day. "Make It a Habit." Adv. ... . KING HIS OWN GARDENER ' v ' I Beris Declares Every One Mutt Werk In Bulgaria Sofia, June 1. (By A. P.) King Beris of Bulgaria has Become his own gardener, lie may be seen nny 'day nt the palace grounds, spade in hand nnd dressed in nn old linen duster, digging potatoes or planting cnbbngcs and tur nips. He bc'.leVCH the time linn come when Kings must be something mere than mere constitutional Hgurchcnds. "In our country," he said, "every one must work. Our policy Is one of productivity. Even my sfidFrs (Princess Ktfdexla nnd Princess Nadejdn) are do ing their share. Yeu will find them In the kitchen delna seme useful house held tasks. Kings as well ns countries have their days of adversity, and it is only through labor thnt we can regain our normal level." ' 'L'Z ift , m V.l, Elv1 lw WA nBBBBB;;tf''-rIBl u iwiHf v:1 j fiAtrE tt i wm urSi r'A'BBPrfWJ 'H7.TjIK S.iJ'.'.ai W!S2lL2LiL J Jim -Im&llZWlWmZ2Zff jfcWPBBVAfj&i: wxwmw??t. ' . .fcw - ltM.ifjH,iJi.4tUM LAD KILLED BY HORSE Was Trying te Catch Animal In 'Pasture When Kicked, Ms Belief West Chester, Pa.. June 1. Charles II. Lamoern, ngeu ten cars, son et Perry Iiambern, of New Garden Town ship, was fatally kicked by n herse late yesterday in a field near his home nnd ids death followed n short time later, his skull being crushed, ' The parents of the boy were absent nt the time when he went Inte the field where the' horse was pasturing and had evidently made an attempt te catcMhc animal when he was kicked, being found unconscious sometlmo Inter. HONORS DEAD LEGIONARIES Anonymous American Gives 250,000 Francs as Memerial Paris, .tune 1. (By A. P.) Genernl Dubail, grnnd chnnceller of the Order of the Legien of Hener, "has received 2r0,000 frencs from nn anonymous Atnnrlrnn member nf the T.eiien. wlie wrete: "In memory of the legionaries who tliccl for France anil ter numnnity during the war et 1014." Ocnernl Dubnil savs such centribu tiens) from nnen meus Americans nrc frequent. The money Is spent by the Legien In welfare work. Radie Outfits Stelen Thieves broke Inte the store of the Philadelphia .Radiophone Company, at 1030 Market street, during the night, and- stele radio receiving instruments valued at 2ftO. Wilten's Comfert Shew S742 Germantown Ave. Fer the Whole Family 90.60 Write for Booklet O as formerly HI Hnrkei St Open Tt. It Pint. Krenlnre SE Milk Diet Scientifically administered plus proper environment win cure mere canes ej se-called Ineurnble diseases than any ether agency (method) In the world. Special milk from special cows. Com Cem petent supei vision at tlie MASTERS INN, Inc. AHOtB, PA. 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Weather Bureau, te appear in the MAGAZINE SECTION of Sun day's PUBLIC LEDGER. -i .1 Where Have Yeu Seen These Names Before The names of such famous writers of fact, fiction and humor, as : GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON author of "Brewster's Millions," contributes a sprightly short story, "Which Twichcemb," that will intrigue your interest right up te the last line? REGINALD WRIGHT KAUFFMAN novelist, editor, philosopher, writes "The Other Way Out," another complete short story en an unusual theme. SEWELL FORD creator of such famous folk as "Torchy," "Trilby" and "Inez," tells about "Easing Inez Back te the Gladsome Spring." EDWARD HUNGERFORD writes of the "Nightmares in Italy's Sleep ing Cars" that he has suffered. RING LARDNER takes issue with the growing WEEK habit by suggesting "A PEGGY HOPKINS WEEK." NORMAN W. BAXTER may have been a charter member of the A. H. I. H. H. se graphically does he write of temporary freedom from "nagging." WILL H. 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