Foreign News Notes, May 26, 1924

Finance Minister Signor Alberto de Stefani announced to the Italian Bankers' Association that there will be no deficit in the forthcoming budget, due to great reduction in the public debt during the present financial year.

On the Rome Stock Exchange Italian consols rose over par. Cataclysmic excitement : "Viva Italia!" "Viva Mussolini!" "Viva 'de Stefani!" and numerous other vivas were shouted, cried and sobbed.

Too many Italians may not come to the U. S., so they are going to France. More than 100,000 were reported to have moved across the frontier to the South...

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