Gloria, Now Marquise, Yearns for Family Bride of French Nobleman Says Her Lies in the Nursery--Film Star "Cries She Becomes Member of Aristocracy--Intends Aristocracy--Intends to Continue Movie Career. DAVIS WILL FACE e w new are Stone and Warrants Issued for Arrest Former Governor and Ex- State Bank Commissioner. SECOND CHARGE Retiring Executive Taken into into Custody on Complaint Selling Prison Pardons. PARIS, Jan. 28.--"! want babies." Such was the unorthodox but essentially human remark of Gloria Swanson, when gave her only interview following her marriage to Marquis Falaise, scion of one of France's oldest families. All Over at 35. "Yes, I w a n t babies." Â»ald Gloria defiantly. "I'm wise enough to know tb:it whlln I m a y f b s a star now It will be Â«M over /with when I am Â·.lurty-nve, and that la not a century off. -What will bÂ« left t h e n ? I have had onÂ« of the moat s thrilling and most attive lives of any woman living living today. I have known the whole tamut of emotion. 1 have starved, I have loved, I have succeeded, i have put it over when other women women were *tlll struggling at thÂ« door. "let * tow year* I have lived the sensations of a lifetime. Then what will be left when I am old and the public leaves me, and when some other younger woman takes .my pluue? 'Â·What will be left when the dl- rectors cease to bow to me and when my name appears no longer t.hre 3et high over liroadv.'ay and Main street? Â·I'll tell you. Nothing will be left. Xothing but emptiness, unless . Â·fhÂ«rÂ« it comething that can fill my later life with joy and excitement; excitement; there Is one thing that can replace the plaudit* of the crowd--It crowd--It Is children. I have only one of my own now--Gloria, aged 6,-and 6,-and one adopted one,--"Brother," aged 2. They are my greatest plea sure. I see In thorn the happmes* ot the future. Contented Witlj Eight. Â·'In tliose two jouingnters whom 1 take with me everywhere I seem to see my own life repeated. I'll tell you u secret. I want not one baby, but lot* of them. I will not be contented contented urttil I get tight children. I w a n t four more of rny own and 1 want to adopt two more. "I may be a vamp on the screen but believe me I um a mother al htart." Uiorla broke down and cried at the culmination of today's ceremony when she became a full fledged Marqulxe. joining the oldest aristocracy aristocracy of Europe. Her tltie goes back before Napoleon. Her husband, although although u young man, U one of the finest swordsmen in Europe, and a true son or his father wh,o won tao Olympic swordsman championship, at the first Oljimpic games at Athon*. The Mar([UIs Is 28, blonde and handsome. He hasn't much money, but--well, let Gloria tell it as she told it with a glorious fli^a aflur the ceremony: "I have liad everything in my life. (Continued on Page Four) TOPEKA, Kan., Jan. 2Â».--(Asso- ciated Press.) ' Jonathan M. Davis. f o r m e r governor of Kansas, arraigned in the court of Topeka tomorrow with Carl J. Peterson, tormer state bank commissioner, answer charges of bribery. Warrants Warrants for their arrest were Issued today on complaint of ,Capt. W. | Attorney-General and Assistant At! torney-General C. B. Griffith had obtained permission fro.m Governor Ben H. P-aulen to investigate and prosecute where he deemed proper. It was the second Criminal action j brought against the former governor governor in little more than two weeks. Two hours before he retired from office Governor Davis was arrested with his son, Russell, on conspiracy and bribery charges alleging that Russell had accepted $1,250 for delivering delivering a pardon to Fred W. Tollman, convicted banker. The complaint today waa based on an affidavit made lÂ»y Anthony Oswald, Hutchinson attorney, who Â«t*ted that Peterson solicited a bribs of $2,500 for a pardon for his Walter Grundy, then serving, a penitentiary term for bank embezzlement. embezzlement. It was alleged that Peterson was acting as "agent" for the governor. Grundy was never pardoned.