Foreign News Notes, Feb. 11, 1924

"So long as Russia pursues her policy of nationalization without indemnification, so long will France refuse to recognize the Soviet Government." That is the gist of French comment upon the recognition of Russia by Britain, whom they decline to emulate.

J. P. Morgan and Co. of Manhattan received $10,000,000 from the French Government as semi-annual interest on its debt to the U. S. War Department for surplus war material supplied. (This payment has no connection with loans made to France.)

The medals and decorations of Jules Vedrines, famed airman, were to be put up...

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