RUSSIAN "RED SUNDAY" OBSERVED IN LOS ANGELES
Two Thousand Persons Parade and Hold Mass Meeting
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 24. Russian "Red Sunday" was observed in Los Angeles today by the local Russian colony, numbering several hundred, and sympathizers to the number of nearly 2,000 people, who paraded the streets, singing the "Marseillaise" in half a dozen languages.
The affair was made an international event, speakers representing Russia, Mexico, Austria, Germany, France, England and the United States. A squad of police was on hand during the afternoon, but no arrests were made.
Resolutions of sympathy for Rodowitz and Pourin, the Russian refugees whom the czars police are seeking to extradite, ant the Mexican revolutionists now imprisoned in Los Angeles were adopted.
The San Francisco Call, Monday, January 25, 1909.