Mr. D. H. Miller to Colonel E. M. House 23

Davis says that Hoover and Hurley are now in accord on questions of relief and further that at conference with Reading yesterday Reading agreed in principle to the administration of relief by Hoover but thinks that policies should be determined by committee of four Powers and not by War Council as he thinks latter is not effectively organized for such purpose. Davis says British will not finance one-third of relief. Davis is about to discuss the subject with French and Italian representatives.

[D. H. Miller]
  1. This telegram is reprinted from Miller, My Diary, vol. i, p. 36.