Religion: Blessed Maisonette

Along with driving taxicabs, selling gowns and keeping track of complicated collections of identification papers, a favorite occupation of "white" Russians is to run night clubs. In Manhattan last week was opened a new cabaret, La Maisonette Russe at the Hotel St. Regis. Though the usual socialites and columnists were present to drink vodka and listen to gypsy music, the religious editors of the town, such as Rachel McDowell of the Times and Dr. W. A. Nichols of the World-Telegram, did not show up. Their presence would not have been extraordinary because La...

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