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TULSA DAILY WORLD
THURSDAY, DEO. 21, 1905.
BALTIC PROVINCES IN REVOLT
TROOPS IE HIR ED FORWARD
Extraordinary Conditions Prevail Throughout The Empire of The
Ciar The Throne Is Threatened and The Proletariat Is
in the Saddle and Carrying All Before It
ii mi v furio
si. I'clcisliiir-, I Iff.
the hliilfinciil lluit tui
are Winy mmi! to tin' Itnltic riiucs
it is It'iinicil i hat iiii Midi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' i' nl'
troops is avniliilili'. The government
1 1 II is si'lll I (i li'fiillll'llls from St. Vt-
crsliiii-!' in reply In tin frantic ii-m-hIs
I'm- reinforcements, lint it is
fiilisiili'l'i'il tun ilnnt'l'iMis In deplete
I In garrison of tin' capital nuy fur
ther during 1 1 it iris'ii I crisis and
the government ran only await I lu
arrival of the Cossacks and oilier
1 rM i is which nit' being hurried for
ward liv (icncral l.incvitch I ruin Man
churia. In the meantime tin govcrn
ini'iit 's I'car is that the rebellion that
is extending southward Inward the
I'nlish frontier may incite the
I'nlcs to an armi'it uprising.
The details regarding the eslalilish
nient nt' the so-called republic of
Khaikoir have at last arrived. The
workmen socialistic organization,
joined liv three Immlred troops, took
Missession of the city and with the
aid of military armed with pistols ami
axes, estniilished a council or " fed
eral council" as the executive commit
tee is called, The council issued de
crees which the authorities were per
fectly powerless to resist. The coun
cil turned ll the electricity from the
houses on the ground that it only
lienclitted the rich where allowing it
to turn in the streets it liene
tilted the poor people, and declared
war on the thieves which had pre
viously heen terrorizing the city.
When a roliher was captured he was
placed under a trap hammer with the
threat Mini il would he dropped un
less he revealed the whereabouts of
the booty. This usually was effective
in each case and the recovered plun
der was recovered to its owners. Two
notorious rohhers were hauled in the
public si u a re.
Eve of Final Struggle.
St. Petersburg, Dec. 21. Russia is
apparently on the eve of a great if not
ti ii a 1 struggle for mastery, between
the government and the proletariat.
1 tt Ii sides have lined up for battle.
Late yesterday afternoon all indi
cations pointed to a declaration of
a summons for a complete general
strike today which will lie up the
war by the prolclarial in the form of
railroads, the telegraphs and every
industry and business in I he empire.
All the proletariat groups here have
decided in favor of a general strike
and news has been received that the
workmen's corncil ami the allied bod
ies at Moscow have also pronounced
in I'm nr of il. The decision of the
central committee of the railroad un
ion silling at .Moscow, without the
suport of which the other organiza
tions probably will not risk a battle,
has not yet been received but il is
known the delegates from St. Peters
burg and the Baltic provinces are in
favor of the movement and the lead
ers here are confident that the radicals
will carry the day.
Tomorrow b'ussia may again be cut
off I'min the world, not only by wire,
but by rail. 1
There is an air of suppressed ex
citement throughout the city. The
si reels have a regular holiday ap
pearance in honor of the emperor's
name day, and are crowded.
Collisions between reds ami loyal
ists are momentarily expected but
none have been reported up to the
A big loyalist deliioiisllaliou has
been planned but it was abandoned at
the rciuest of the prefect of the
police, who believes il may provoke
Batteries of machine guns arc sta
tioned al several points of vantage
throughout the city ami patrols of in
fantry and Cossacks are everywhere.
A specially heavy guard is stationed
in the neighborhood of the Jewish
Services arc held in all the church
es today and in every barracks the
emperor's order for an increase of
pay ami of food was read to the
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