New Plea for Tchaykovsky
Ex-Mayor Seth Low of New York, Mayor Busse of Chicago, Bishop Greer of New York, Mark Twain, and many other prominent Americans have united in another cable appeal to Premier Stolypin at St. Petersburg in behalf of Nicholas Tchaykovsky, now imprisoned in a Russian fortress. The appeal says that a speedy trial and the release of Tchaykovsky, if there are no charges against him, would give great satisfaction to the multitudes of friends of Russia in America.
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