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All public buildings in the capital
have been draped with the red flag
of the revolutionists.
Prince Yousupoff and the Grand
Duke Dmitri Paveluyitch, who were
banished by the old imperial govern
ment because of suspicion that they
were connected with the removal of
the Monk Rasputin, were permitted
to return to Petrograd today by spe
cial order of the minister of justice.
CZARINA IS FIFTH OFQUEENS DRIVEN FROM
HOME AS RESULT OF WAR
The Grand Duke Nicholas, now
commander-in-chief of Russia's war
forces, at Tiflis today ordered the re
lease of all political prisoners at
Baku and exhorted his soldiers to
continue to obey their lawful chiefs.
He urged they "defend their country
and support Russia's allies in this un
Josl Thomas on trial on charge of
murdering wife, Chrystal Thomas,
who died of poison, Nov. 3, 1915.
Center, Queen Marie of Rumania; top, left, Empress Eugenie of
France; right, Queen Milena of Montenegro; bottom, left, Czarina Alexan
dra of Russia; right. Queen Elizabeth, of Belgium