RUSSIA: Red Notes

The American Relief Administration left Russia. In Moscow, Kamenev, Tchicherin, Krassin and other Soviet officials gave an official farewell banquet to the last of the Relief workers in the house in which General Count von Mirbach, German Ambassador to Russia, was murdered in 1918. Champagne and punch flowed freely. Among the American oil men present was Archibald Roosevelt.

Twenty-one Russian brides, including a Princess and a Countess, accompanied their American Relief Association husbands to the U. S. A.

Soviet officials announce that Russia will be able to export grain on the world market...

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