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Every now and then the Vlenn*
Vestiges of their former imperial
grandeur peep out from their rags
when costly jewels saved In their
flight from the Bolshevists are brought
out from the recesses of the old bun
dles composing their dirty, unkept
baggage. Princes, princesses and gen,
orals sleep on hard cement floors and
barely manage to exist on the meager
allowance of food doled out to them.
Their costly furs, once exuberant but
now scant and worn almost hirless,
nhow the former riches of their own
era.
OFFICIAL EMBLEMS
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Monorchism May be Forced ,.5,:«
On Austria From Outside,,
Says Men Of That Nation
JVienww.r^. 18.—(By, the Aaso- press gtves promlnenoe In a acary
e»*tad Freas.)~If monarch Ism is to way to me-tUtftd plots of the rev
cone to Austria It must, like Bolahe- actionaries, to tee comings and goings
*M«n. come from -without. This Is th* and meetings of Carl and his satel
Qplnlon of men whose Business It ir tkes In Swltserland, of the former
ta jwgtch and weigh royalist activity.'archdukes.and the princes of Parma
That there is royalist activity toes and Bourbon, the former Empress
without saying. Carl (formerly em- Zlta's two brothers who turn up oc
Perer) and his followers, the little casionally -in Vienna, with/ little at-
°f semi and demi and near roy-: tempt at concealing their presence, of
alty-and adventurous gentlemen of the former*. Austrian generallssimua
jnany nationalities he haa about hint 1 Friederich "l in Berne, his cousin,
in Switzerland, still intrigue and plot! Eugene in Biile of the Chamberlains
ana perhaps hope. Here and .In the1 Chlumceky anB tlu!- Counts Kerch
®2*er succession states a portion of told, Forgat&ch. ^Andrasey, Prtnce
tms old Aristocracy and: great land:Wtndifechgr«£ and all the other
owners and military swashbucklers Worthies whose vocations and privi
keep up sc. more or leas concealed -lekfee departed when Carl fledr
restoration movement. but on the Great prominence has Just now
whole the monarchists. sentiment Is been given a reported joint protest by
decaying. Itree Cxecho-Slovakian and Jugo-
It dies hard because It has power- Slavian governments to the Helvetic
ful support *tn Austria from sources Federal Council against the liberty of
that come into intimate contact with intrigue enjoyed by- the Carlist
the people in their daily life, ana refugees in Bwitserlsnd. The Vienna
tfrom exterior Quarters as well, but government keeps a pretty- good
'§observers say tr has lessened decided-1 watch on the gtaup in Svttserl&nd
"ly in the past six months. and much of the prominence given
They attribute that"" condition to' their activities is said to be inspired
several causes. The royalist leaders by the foreign office for its determent
am, to aay the least, hardly an en
terprlsljng Or very daring lot and also
they are sensible enough to' realise
that even an anointed Hapsburg must
From this statement may be ex
cepted the provinces ..of TJpper Aus
tria, the Tyrol and Voralherg. Ac
cording to the best information the
monarchist movement still centers
there and the mass of the peasant
population supports It. This may be
attributed ..to the fact that tnese
provinces lie open' riot only' to the di
rect efforts of the Carlist propaganda'
from Switzerland1, but the equally
strong monarchic emanations from
Bayarfe.
Rough Road Ahead.
While it has been two\years of hard
sledding for the republic as a whole
and apparently there is a very rough
rojMjj.: still ahead, the agrarian elenent
ha*'jiot been very badly off at any
time. The fardiers. have made more
money than they can spend and.none
of the many governments up to now
have been able to take any very con
siderable part of it from them by
taxes. They are enjoying luxuries for
the first time in their lives because
they can gee th«ir own price for their
products and altogether the lessons of
the new liberty are seeping into the
vales and hills as well as into the fac
tories and mines-
effect.,
Attracts little Attention
Even the formation of a new royal-
r--- 1st party here headed by Count Resse
treasury to successfully mn a ,guier and having' for its avowed ob
»ndi would present a sor-j ject the closer co-ordination of the
bankrupt Austria various restoration movements st­
and an estranged Entente. Then the tracted very littU attenUon.
^t«°^.«Pl2Pa**,'?aaiv4nd«^aac?ll,\iP4
In
®°cialrat and other liberal el*l observers here is that in Austria at
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Friends of Late Czar Nicholas
hiving in Camps Infested With
Typhus, Says Ragusa Dispatch
Raguaa,. Jugoslavia, March 17
(By The Aaaoelated Press.) —Friends
of the late Csar Nicholas, membere of
the upper crust of society of imperial
Russia, princes, dukea, generals and
barons are living intsqualor in camps
infested with typhi]* and typhfeld here
and at Cattaro1 Bay, on the Dalmatian
coast.
Altogether they .constitute a group
of about l.Stto of the refugees brought
out from the Crimea when Gene:
Wrangell's anti-Bolshevik army co]
lapsed and who have since been
tered about the Balkans.
The Associated Press correspondent
visited several barracks of old forts
ahd airplane hangars where the Rus
elans are quartered. Generals .could be
seen In tatters waiting thettr turns for
rations and eating soup and stew out
of mess tins and then-filling up on
black bread. Their uniforms carried
the insignia of Imperial Russia with
strings of madala across their breasts.
Coeaacks stoOd around in threadbare
regalia of the old regime, wearing di
lapidated astrakhan hats and tunics
lntanded for British teldlers, while
their riding, boots were torn and rag
ged from long use.
.The clothing of tha women consisted
of relies .of better days. Some wore
riding boots, the last, footwear left
from what had onoe been an extensive
wardrobe. Some carried In their bag
gage Peralan ruga which they had
been able to save on their long pll
grhnage Once they become well
DeMOLAY
are now available at our store,
the only recognised OFFIClAli
emblem as adopted Feb. 21st,
1991 by the Grand Council Or
der of DeMolay for boya
Made in aolld gold, gold filled
and sterling-ailver, .et with-real
half pearls,
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Pin for boya ............94.78
Charm
Scarf Pin T.0A
Cuff Uski S-06
Card Case .w... TJO
Belt *.00'
ttattr
Mall Ordairt^ Solicited and
'Filled for 4tay of the Above
Virginift Rea Tickets
OaSato
A#XOPCTCXA2rS
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REBUILT
TYtEWRITERS
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the general belief of foreign
effect oA least the activity of the royalists has
peasantry, aw for its purpose more the holding t.o
J1® backbone of thq.gether of their class and the prot.ee-
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tion of their common interests rath
er than alur real belief they, can put
:5*ot
the yellow "ffnd black banner of the
House. of Hapsburg back on the Hof
burg. 'Behind this, of (Course, liett tht
hope of some turn in European af-'
tairs that may give them a chance,
and here lies the danger tx/sm with
out.
Should Hungary crown a king, or
rather she can find oq& & crown
in view of Great Britain's veto of
Carl which has rather upset the
movetaent there, or should reaction
effect a successful stroke in Bavaria,
what the repercussion here would be
is a matter of conjecture.
It la well: known that
the more ardent
lBut
enough acquainted with a visitor, they
offer for sale such jewelry aa they still
possess, ao as to tide themselves over
this period of distress. Some of the
women had linen bearing the-imperial'
arms. .. _.
Prtnci [email protected]«hlcofsky, fbrmerly
owner-of several immense estates in
RussiS consldera himself the most
lucky of.the refugees for he has man
aged to obtain a Job tending bee6 for
which he receives the equivalent of
40c a day.' The only clothing he owns
Is a convalescent's suit, shoes and un
derwear issued by the American Red
Cross.
Haa Mnch Stive*.
Baron von Goersten, who says he
was. General Wrangell's adjutant in
the Crimean -campaign, has at Catta
ro'$2,OO&O00:-worth of regimental sil
ver weighing: several tons but can do
nothing-with it as the Jugoslav gov
ernment reuses to admit silver with
out .paying a large duty which the
barop ls not ablevto do. So the,* silver
remains at the custom house.
Baroness Nina Von Setachelberg in
sists upon keeping up appearances and.
sews and kmts for the American Red
Cross for which she received 50 cents
a day, enabling her to fent a SQiall
roorh in a hotel.
M&ria Homiakoff. daughter of the
former president of the Russian Du
ma, has an executive position with the
American Red Crose at 60 cents a
day, as she speajes English. Colonel
Beylavenetsi, formerly commandant
of the czar's artillery school and wrfa^*
er of 20 decorations, is an office man v.
for the American Red Cross at 60
cents a day. He shows real enterprise,
for he ls'aartngX money and: buying
tools to make doll's furniture and says
that within .two months he 'will have
a factory employing 20 persona
In the majority of cases, however,
the former noblemen are unfitted for
much except' unskilled work. The
women are well fitted to become
teachers and ^nurses, but the present
status of Jugoslavia is not such as to
allow-jw^large a number to be alb
sorbett. Many elf the Russian officers
Jrave succeeded in joining the Jugo
slav arfey.*
flight For Children.
/wydewa among the refugees are
fighting to iaave the lives of their chU
dren.'Mme.^ Ruchloff, daughter of one
of the csar's ministers and wife of a
colonel of the, Imperial Guards who
was. murdered by the Bblshevlsts, Is
leaking/buttonholes in an effort to
Iceep up aspearances and save herselt
and children from starvation: The
Afeeriow* Red Crose is al&ing her by
cttwe. "11K."r.
^.Many of the Ruasiana who Ire art
isbi'.o^^ahcera have- organised an
opera, ballet to travel in, Jugoslavia.
The correspondent saw one perform
ance and it Wa# veil done, the work
of real artists. Soma of the opera
singers among the retugaaa are mak
ing a living by touring the small
townsvhereabuts.
To tha cortMpondent, who was rid
ing in smkiH automobiW one of the
Jtusalans said: "Tour machlne ir«ot
Srorth riding"onea owned f^ur
cars ahd^yOurs was not in their claas,
hut %e iciahevtsts have 'got them
^^^al|N Hfuiees aaamed
to -nilnd^tha -typhus although there
wara '100 dk&aa ammg tham aad an
othttvfOO Tn in hos£ltalK~ American
destroyera have brougKt to the Rus
slans such instruments and medicine*
aa XTnttatt SUtaa na«al vesaala in
these watara conldf' q^are anC the
American Red Croes haa ganeroualy
gqppMttf th«n with druga.
nc sroBV zoss. ^4#,.,"
Harbor Wring^Mich., March'28.
—A-cloudburst1-over a harrow ravine
(runtilng several mllii' through^ the
bounty and leading, to town near the
Saat hllK
A water main left suspended in the
atr, gave way and water from a city
feMrvolr on the Hoover hill ruMied
Jotethe^frothjnr torrent, leav
a haaaea^ln the hill without,
,g water. Tha elaotric light
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the aim of
Hungarian mon­
archists is another dual kingdom and
they might try a bold coup on Aus
tria.
they bold coup on Ai)s
about the cold fact that any attempt
to restore the monarchy or a mon
archy in this, republic would mean
bloodshed. Not only would the lib
eral elements fight but there is no
concealment of the program that
Czecho-SIovakia is to throw troops
Into Austria In such an event and If
*&e becomes engaged with Hungary
the South Slavs are to come to her
aid..
there is no conjecture
1h titk £s 5&s?& Vi
s^fe ".if"?
GRAND FORKS HERALD.
in
Ab
ioto shows decorated oofflns, motram
WOULD CHANGE SAME
Amsterdam, March 1.—(Mail.)—
Citizens of Holland 'should refer to
themselves, Vhen abroad, as "Hol
landers," rather than "Dutchmen,"
rules the Amsterdam Handelsblad
after a long debate on that subject in
its columns.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
The Screen's Female Raffles
Priscilla Dean
In the Greatest Crook Melodrama, Ever Screened
"OUTSIDE THE LAW"
Supported by &on Cbaney, the Marvelous Character
Vleyer
In a
Delightful
Concert
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caused 11,090 .to
tap of
110.000
Water soon tore^vp the street, leav
ing a lo-foot gully. People living be
low tha hill found themselvea ma
rooned In their own homes and tons
of dlrt waa washed onto lawns, while
cellars were filled.
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MEMORIAL SERVICES ARE HELD FOR RETURNED BODIES OF U. S. HEROES
and
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MONDAY, MARCH 28, I92l.
qpetkers
n.. serVlcee for the 1,500 U. S. heroea whose bodies were recently returned from Frisiiee were held at
tne pier at Hoboken. N. J., before the bodies were, shipped to the homes of relatives of the soldiers. General O'Ry
an, who commanded one of the divisions of U. S. troops overseas, and other prominent officials gave short ad
dresses at the services.. Each coffin was completely covered by an American flag. Relatives of the heroes and
many notables attended the services.
The correspondence in the Handels
blad has. been voluminous. Especially
tjnee the' war, says one writer,. those
Hollanders' who forget that many
Americans and Englishmen' term Ger
mans "Dutch," find scant welcome in
the United .States and England when
they say they are "Dutch."
NEW GRAND
WEEK OF MARCH 28th
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
The Famous Star of "The Miracle Man"
at
OF
No more enthralling love story has appeared on the screen in many, many
1 months.
COMEDIES SHORT SUBJECTS CLARENCE O'CONNOR
CONCERT ORCHESTRA
PAOLO CONTE AMERICA'S PREMIER ORQANIST
VIRGINIA
City Auditorium, Wed* Mar. 30
Under the Auspices of
f^Sp'Ketn Templp S^tMtainment Cmnmittee
Miss Rea's initial appearahce in Graftd Forks has been hailed
with^delight by iallmulic lpY^rs^^, s,
^er incomparable^voice Irid the very interesting program
she will sing here will undoubtedly win her the same enthusiastic
praise she has received in all of the largfer cities.
Orily by special arrangement can she be offered in Grand
Forks at-what may be termed popular prices.
All Seats^ $l.io Xinciuding War Tax)
Tickets Now On Sale
R. B. Griffith Cod, E. A. Arh^rt 'Club CigartS|pre
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
"The Good Little Bad GicT
Bebe Daniels
In Xer latest Xollleklng Comedy
"Ducks and Drakes''
With Jack Belt, William X, lawxenee, Sdward
Maxtlndel, Wade Botaler aad Mama Xilao in support
ing coles.
x, &
t. i* -!.
pter ocreiaooy.
"If in England.", writes this corre
spondent. "a Netherlander says he is
a. 'Hollander' doors are open to. him
that are closed to 'Dutchmen',"- ...:
"Dutchman", is an opprobrious term
in America, writes .another.-
Some men wait [for! their fortunes:
others Join the. police force,
North Dakota's
Finest Theatre
The Brilliant
Coloratura
Soprano
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Assets Of Ford
I^ansing.
Mich
Kail Boom Beys Comedy
In
Ail
New
Sketchies
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Total $384,554,941/^:
Report Issveii Sajs
March
IS.--Total
j*sets of $3e-J,5.84,941.68 on December
81, 1820, are shown in. the. annual re
port of the Ford Motor company filed
With tht- secretary of state. Cash on
FOTOPLAY
IIOWI BAXX.T 2:30 4.-OS 7:30
"Ooabl* Aawstass" ire. 9
Also
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
TOM MIX
in "DESERT LOVE"
Also
COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
BIG SPECIAL SHOW
JAMES OLIVER
CURWQQD'S
"Back To
God's Country
reatnring the Brilliant. and
Oaring Swimming Star
KEI.L BOXFaSAH
The Newest and Greatest Serial
Starring
William Duncan
and
EDITH
XZOX-CXiABS!
Continuous
2 to 11
SHOWS STABT
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hand, including 4epoatli" lf)°' HwRlr^'
given as »1S.557,,244
jralue of credits owing t« «H
la placed at $*4,48^ijil
ties of the company on ui
debtedjjees are shown
The, report shows thaf
at the company**
JOHNSON
in
FIGHTING FATE."
Tnuxiuva:
TAJiBSTTKS "XZ99ZSSn SIT BTZCXA&TXBS
Miss Jessie Cole
In a Hew end Original
IWOBB 9UCE
a
TOO
stock arifTowf..
Henry Ford. 71.911 by Edsel Fori
and 5,413 by Mrs. Henry' Ford-'
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
MRS. SESSUE HAYAKAWA
(XSVSX AOKX)
In
"ASHES of DESIRE."
THIS
.WEEK
Comedy
International Wt
MELBA JUNIOR
XV
Song Hits
POL
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Snappy! Clever! Differeptl
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Norma Talmadge
"The Wau of a
lasnsas ta
Adniisaoa Will
Matiriee^—-10c and 20c
lu silil'Ji!
ConttBaeaa
to
4r00 5:4B 7:30 a as
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
FIRST TIME SHOWN IN GRAND FORKS
Max Ldnder
Iflol of Trance—Pet of America
I am the Head Waiter in
"The Little Cafe"
laughter Table BVote or AXeOerte
amering Parslaa Beauties: A Joyous WUH
Added Feetures—Joe Byan in "The Puplo Bldoa
SPECIAL FOR ALL WEEK
Grand Forks Favorites
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