Foreign News: Caillaux Elected

In an election made possible by the resignation from the Senate of his good old friend Dr. Gigon, Finance Minister Joseph Caillaux was chosen Senator for his native Department of Sarthe by 641 votes out of a possible 739. This completes M. Caillaux's "return to politics." He becomes a member of that body which, in 1920, sentenced him to banishment for endangering France's alliances.

The triumph of the new Senator was not unclouded; for shortly after the election he was informed that Mme. Caillaux, slayer* of Editor Calmette in 1914, had been severely hurt...

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