Foreign News: Senatorial Election

Excitement and surprise were absent factors in the Senatorial election which was held last week in conformity with the French Constitution* to elect one-third (116 seats) of the Senate.

Most of the retiring Senators were reflected and the new Senate, like the old one, will be predominantly Radical. Premier Poincaré captured 794 votes out of a possible 810 in the Meuse Department, which he took as a vote of confidence in him as a Senator and as Chief of the Government and in his reparations policy, "to which," said he, "I shall consecrate all my...

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