FRENCH FEELING FAVORS
Britain Supports League's Intervention LONDON, Today.
After Cabinet's unanimous decision that the Greek reply, was unsatisfactory Signor Mussolini announced that all adequate measures were in course of execution. He issued a patriotic ap-
peal to the newspapers to retrain from publishing news of the military move- ments. The Italian press, including the op- position journals, enthusiastically en- dorse Premier Mussolini's demands and insist that Greece must instantly com- ply without discussion. French comments on the situation are calm and reasonable. They are gene- rally sympathetic with Italy but Mus- solini's dictatorial outburst causes a serious uneasiness. The Government suggests that it should address an earn- est warning to Mussolini appealing to him not to permit himself to be car- ried away by the national indignation. There is a general opinion against a|- lowing Italy to appoint herself as the international policeman in the Near East. It is learned on reliable authority that Great Britain recognises the incalcu- lable gravity of the new Balkan war and will throw her full weight in favor, of the League's intervention, but is not likely to take individual action.