RUSSIA: Tall Tales

The Chicago Tribune received information from Moscow to the effect that the Soviet Government is doing its utmost to mislead U. S. Senators William H. King of Utah and Edwin F. Ladd of North Dakota as to the conditions and the spirit of the population in Soviet Russia.

Fifteen thousand faithful Bolsheviki are employed to prevent the Senators from coming into contact with the ordinary citizens. Elaborate preparations are said to have been made to create an impression of prosperity and satisfaction. The Soviet leaders are reputed to believe that a favorable opinion by...

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