ITALY: Notes, Jan. 7, 1924

La Tribuna, Rome journal, announced that the "beneficence of the Holy See toward relief work in Central Europe" has amounted to more than $3,000,000.

Premier Benito Mussolini and Richard Washburn Child, U. S. Ambassador to Italy, lately returned to his post in Rome from leave of absence spent in the U. S., were closeted together in conference for half an hour. Premier Mussolini showed the deepest interest "in American public opinion as regards Italian affairs." The conference was to have been continued.

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