Foreign News Notes, Aug. 4, 1924

Le Senateur Henri de Jouvenel wrote in the journal he co-edits (Le Matin) to complain of Britain. Said he: "It is necessary to say frankly to our English friends, that if M. Herriot cannot arrive at an understanding with them no French statesman ever will."

"Pertinax," prominent Parisian political writer in L'Echo de Paris, fulminated mightily against American bankers. He thought their attitude at the Premiers' Conference showed "the narrowness of their views and their ignorance and lack of intelligence in dealing with European affairs, together with their muddle-headedness."

The notorious Communist Mayor of...

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