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Premier Wins Confidence Vote, 313
to 234, in Violent Meeting
I of Deputies.
Majority and Minority Members
Often Near Blows.
P.y the Associated Tress.
PARIS. June 20.—The Chamber ol
Deputies last night voted confidence
in Premier Herriot, in connection with
the declaration of the new government.
The vote was 313 to 234.
The sitting, which it was intended to
adjourn today to enable M. Herriot to
prepare for his Loudon visit, was
dragged out by a healed discussion
as to whether Alsace-Lorraine should
lie treated exactly the same as France
on religious questions, and by disputes
which kept the ushers busy preventing
members from coming to blows. M.
Harriot's majority was large enough to
be of some consolation for his reverse
in the Senate, when his candidate for
the presidency of that body, M. Bien
venue-Martin, was defeated by Justin
tie Selves by seventeen votes.
DiKliirlinnre Violent,
Debate on the declaration of the new
government in the Chamber of Depu
ties aroused a violent disturbance.
Only a suspension of the session pre
vented it from degenerating into a
physical clash between nieipbers of the
majority and the minority.
Maurice Bokanowski, former min
ister of marine, reminded the govern
ment that the Poincare ministry and
•he old Chamber of Deputies had
succeeded in balancing the budget,
despite the opposition of M. Herriot,
the new premier, and his friends.
M. Bokanowski wanted to know
whethei the new government intend
ed to maintain the taxes against
which its friends had voted and
whether it would fulfill the promise
to give 1,800 francs a year as supple
mentary pay to functionaries. Th»
members of the majority were greatly
excited by the arguments put for
ward by the orator and interrupted
him continually.
Sees Ruhr Vets Profit.
When Yves Le Trocquer. former
minister of public works, declared
that the occupation of the Ruhr had
netted a clear profit above the ex
pense,; of occupation, amounting to
2.000,000,0h0 francs from January,
1923. to April. 1924, the excitement
rose to fever heat.
When M. Herriot rose to reply to
the interpolators, interruptions" be
gan on the minority side of the house
and trouble ensued almost immedi
ately. Replying to an interruption
by (Jen. D- Saint-Just, the Socialist
deputy Maurice Raynaud, former
minister of the colonies, cried out:
‘'Generals are assassins! Shut up!”
Members of the tenter and right
crowded around the new minister of
war, Gen. Nollet, shouting. "Nollet.
Deputies from the right and left
then rushed at one another, while
ishers exerted themselves to keep the
ngry deputies apart until the presi
ent of the chamber was able to sus
end the session.
,’ew Premier's Position Seen as
Greatly Shaken.
B Cable to The Star and Chicago Daily
News. Copyright, 1921.
PARIS, June 20.—War has been de
cired between the two houses of the
Pench parliament, says the Liberal
Election of Justin de Selves to the
(•airmanship of the Senate Thurs
dy manifestly was a slap in the face
f r the Liberal majority in the Cham
?Now Then?
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ber of Deputies, which desired above
all the election of M. Bienvenu-Mar
tin. . .
In all probability this will not be
the last move in the dispute. Pre
mier Herriot’s position is shaken and
his term in office may be shortened.
He will have a lively time when he
explains the government program to
the upper house as he did to the
lower house.
For superficial observers the situa
tion Is surprising, because the Senate,
like the Chamber, professes a Liberal
majority and both co-operated in
overthrowing President Mlllerand.
Inside observers have seen trouble
on the horizon for some time, how
ever, as M. Herriot bitterly offended
his party colleagues in the Senate
when he backed Paul Painleve
against Gaston Doumergue for the
presidency of the republic. The lat
ter retains great influence in the
Officials Disagree Over Packing of
Florida Product.
JACKSONVILLE. Fla.. June 29.—A
petition for a temporary injunction to
prevent enforcement of an order is
sued by Peter F. Bahn-sen. state vet
erinarian of Georgia, prohibiting the
shipment of watermelons packed in
pine straw from Florida through the
state of Georgia, will be filed in fed
eral court in Atlanta today, it was an
nounced here following an all-day
conference between Georgia and Flor
ida officials.
No agreement was effected and
Gov. Cray M. Hardee of Florida an
nounced after the conference that the
order would be disregarded and that
cars now being held up would be
j shipped. Mr. Bahnsen. who attended
I the conference, contended that ship-
I ment of melons in pine straw would
encourage reinfestation of cattle-tick
‘ free areas through which the ship
i merits passed.
Senator Fletcher of Florida aP
| pealed to the Interstate Commerce
j representative at Atlanta, but re
-1 reived a reply stating that the repre
| sentative there had no jurisdiction in
; the matter.
Body Found on Colorado Farm
That of Buffalo Youth.
BUFFALO, N. Y.. June 20. —William
H. Christian, sixteen years old, whose
j body was found in a field by Gilpin
i County, Colorado, police. Wednesday,
: disappeared from his home here three
i weeks ago. His father, Chester Chris-
I tian, later received a letter from him,
, I postmarked Black Hawk, Colo., saying
; that he had found work and asking
that ills suitcase be sent him.
Young Christian was said to hatjf
left Buffalo with Jerome Lasher, also
known as Van Etten. Lasher’s
mother was said by Chester Chris
tian to live in Black Hawk.
Young Christian, his father said,
had been in Central City, Colo., about
I two weeks before word of bis death
I reached him. The boy had previously
disappeared for three months, the
father said. Thq body will be brought
to Buffalo for burial.
Inventor Claims Success in Ven
ture in Paris.
PARIS. June 20. —Eduoard Eelin,
inventor of the method for transmit
ting pictures and photographs by
wire, announced today that he had
succeeded in sending pictures by
M. Belin has been working on pho
tographic wireless transmission for
several years. A number of other
scientists have also been working on
this radio problem. Two years ago
M. Belin stated that he had succeed
ed in transmitting handwriting by
wireless. He predicted then that this
method would be perfected to such
an extent that actual photographs
could be sent and received through
the air. Most of the inventor’s ex
perimental work has been done in
his laboratories at Malmaison, France.
Youths Took Pistols and $2,000
Ring From Marshals on
By the Associated Pres*.
PARKERSBURG. W Va., June 20.
—Floyd Chamber and Negil Thomas,
youthful Texas post office robbers,
who escaped from government offi
cials on a train near here yesterday
after attacking a deputy United
States marshal, were in the Parkers
burg jail today. They were arrested
by city detectives last night.
When searched, the police said, the
boys had in their possession two
pistols and a $2,000 diamond* ring,
taken from the officers who were
escorting them to the National Train
ing School for Boys at Washington,
D. C. The lads told the police they
hid SSOO in cash which they took
from their guards.
Former Official Charged With
Fraud in Reorganizing Firm.
IXSS ANGELES, June 20.—T. G. Tay-
Hor. former official of a Winston-
Salem, N. C., tobacco factory, was ar
raigned before United States Commis
sioner S. G. lamg here yesterday on
a federal grand Jury indictment
charging him with participation in a
scheme to defraud in connection with
the reorganization of a tobacco com
pany known as Bailey Brothers, Inc.
WINSTON-SALEmTn. C.. June 20.
T. G. Taylor, who was arraigned be
fore a United States commissioner at
Los Angeles yesterday, was the head
of the stock sales forces of the Bailey
Brothers, Inc., occupying a large suite
of sales offices in a local bank build
iirg here.
Taylor came to this city from New
York, it is understood here. He re
mained In this city for some time
after Bailey Brothers went into the
hands of receivers.
Former Socialist Editor Was Con
victed for War-Time Acts.
LEAVENWORTH, Kan., June 20.
Lynn A. Gale, publisher of a Socialist
magazine in New York during- the
world war. who was convicted of de
sertion and uttering contemptuous
language against the President of the
United States, has been released from
the disciplinary barracks, Fort Le>av
enworth, on home parole.
Gale's original sentence was seven
years. It was reduced to five years
by the specially appointed clemency
board at its recent hearings here.
Having served half of this sentence.
Gale was eligible for home parole.
Jury Expected to Get Case of Al
leged Slayer of Family by Noon.
CLEARWATER, Fla.. June 20-
Counsel in the case of Frank McDow
ell. on trial here for murder, resumed
their arguments when court convened
with three men still to be heard. In
dications were that the case would
reafh the jury before the noon recess.
McDowell, confessed slayer of his
entire family, two sisters, and mother
and father, is being tried on an in
dictment charging the specific crime
of killing his mother.
Both sides finished presentation of
testimony late yesterday and the
opening argument for the state was
completed by County Judge John U.
Bird, who is assisting the state's at
torney in prosecuting the case, which
is on trial in circuit court.
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Favors Military Training.
SPOKANE, Wash., June 20.—At a
dinner given In his honor here John
R. Quinn, national commander of the
American Legion, made the prophesy
that the next big fight for the legion
would be for the universal service’
"Within three years we will have as
big a fight on fey this measure as we
have had for the bonus,” he asserted.
“Children are being taught In the
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rected toward fighting anti-prepared
ness propaganda,
South and Central Americans to
Attend Brussels Meeting 1 .
BRUSSELS. June 29—Thirty coun
tries. including a half dozen of the
South and Central American nations,
are sending delegations to the tenth
international parliamentary confer
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enoe of commerce, which will meet
here June 23-26.
The program comprises considera
tion of tariffs, communications, pat
ents, air transportation and Interna
tional agreements for the production
and exchange of foodstuffs. Prance
and Great Britain are sending large
delegations, but the United States,
It Is understood, will not be repre
sented, which fact Is causing regret
ful comment here.
The opening session will be presid
ed over by King Albert and addressed
by Foreign Minister Hymans.
Old Yale Graduate Celebrates.
STAUNTON. Va_, June 20. —One of
the two oldest living graduates of
Yale, M. M. Greenwood of St. Louis,
who is visiting here, will celebrate
his ninetieth birthday today.' Mr.
Greenwood was a classmate In col
lege of Chauncey M. Depew, who Is
the other of the two oldest grad
uates of their alma mater.
Last year farm co-operatives han
dled more than $2,000,000,000 worth of
products. ’
Greeted by Vociferous Throng
Upon Arrival—Women Faint,
Several Losing Jewelry.
By Cable to The Star and Chicago Dally
News. Copyright, 1924.
COPENHAGEN. June 20.—The capi
tal of Denmark is turned upside down
on account of the arrival of Douglas
Fairbanks and Mary Pickford.
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Although their train arrived from
Berlin at 6 o'clock In the morning
Thursday, several thousand people
were at the station and cheered and
escorted their guests from the plat
form to their motor car.
The police force was unable to keep
the crowd at a decent distance, every
body wanting to get an autograph
from the famous film stars. Several
women fainted, windows were smash
ed, women lost their necklaces and
bracelets. Finally, it seemed, that
Mary would get hurt. But Doug
lifted her to his shoulder and carried
her to the motor car.
The couple received the most won
derful reception ever given here since
French and British troops visited
Denmark after the Schleswig re
union in 1920. A great reception was
given them at the house of the
American minister. Doctor Prince,
who had invited the whole diplomatic
corps and several' members of tho
royal family. The greatest news
paper in Denmark, Politlken, also
gave them a grand banquet.
from Life.
“I see by the paper that the concert
we attended last night was a tre
mendous success. '■
"Yes: I had no idea we enjoyed It
half so much at the time.”

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