THE FIUME COMEDY
D'ANNUNZIO AS DIOtATOR,
The correspondent of the "Sunday Observer',' at, Rome states that d'Anriunzio insists on keeping up the comedy of - Dictatorship at Fiu'me, though it is reported that his funds are running short'. He spends his time largely in re-naming streets, hotels and restaurants..
His other occupations comprise the establishing of a new order of chivalry, the inventing of a liqueur, and the attending of banquets, some of which are arranged with almost mediaeval magnificence,
The poet's office furniture includes a grand piano and piles of classical music,