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Bulletin (San Francisco), v. 123, no. 136, Thursday March 15, 1917 (Extra issue - ( 9 PM "Czar Abdic...
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Bulletin (San Francisco), v. 123, no. 136, Thursday March 15, 1917 (Extra issue - ( 9 PM "Czar Abdicates").
16 December 2016
San Francisco [Calif.] : [R.A. Crothers]
Nicholas II, Emperor of Russia, 1868-1918.
Nicholas II, 1894-1917.
San Francisco (Calif.)
l: 4r'........... cg... VOL. I23. c62ncl YEAR. TWENTY I iTHE WEATHER ' . San rmrclrcn nnifvichzlly-Fnxr tonight -110 hcnvy trout Friday morning; light . I run, San Joaquin end Santa clan Vnlleyl and Southern Cnlllornll-Fair tonight um I-‘rldxy: huvy (mac Frldly morning; ugh northerly wlnrl. PRICE TWO CENTS. NUMBER I36. 1 ‘ LONDON, March I5.-Czar Nicholas has abdicated his throne at the demand of the rev- M olutionists, who are now in control of Petro- grad and who are threatening to wipe out the present dynasty. - ‘ Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovitch, a brother, becomes regent in Russia.’ ‘ ance o of the Exchequer Andrew Bonar Law announced in the House of Com- inons today that Emperor Nicholas had ab- dicated and that Grand Dulze Michael had been appointed regent. The soldiers, he said, had sided with the Duma and that the change m had been effected with little loss of life. “It was comforting to know," he added, "that the revolution was not‘directed toward " ’ securing an early peace for Russia." PETROGRAD, March 15 (via London, W k 7:43 P. M.).-After three days of battle be- Na tween troops supporting it and those opposed 3‘ to it, a revolution was successfully effected in I., Petrograd. The ‘casualties probably ‘did not exceed H monunum on Next Plan (:01. 2.)‘ K ' ‘ .. REVOLT.T0 DUST PRU Gilills LONDON. Mu lllr Ann-lnmd mu LONDON, March 15, 5:30 p. l'n.:A successful revolu- trul Fell-oxrnrl um humour. JUHWSUNWES BIIAST MASTERS 4115 BMILUTS c lion ha: taken place in Rus- rin. The reactionary party has been overthrown. Reports from Petrograd lute that the Duma, backed by the army, has succeeded in overthrowing the govern- ment completely. The revolution centered in Petrogrnd and Moscow. Prominent reactionariel, in- . clurling former Premier Stur- ' mer and M. Protoptopolt, minister of the interior, havc been imprisoned. ' The government is in ghe ” hands of’ a committee of lately. The garrison: at Petrograd ': and Moscow went over in u E‘ body to the rcvolutionuiu. Imoun ernent mu rnrelvud hm to-lay mt Cptnlrl L. 4:. FIG rnuI.cnm- mnmlor or nu. Ilxhuu-nu andnr Ea. . mm .. . . ham met dtnlh dnr. lnx the in ten wrokm u: the uponinimem or C: An: Frown. Mn nmrlpcn .. h u. er caruhnn I-‘ream- 0 ‘out with the purpose of clean " in; out pro-German officials. It is uni the czar may uh- dicate, llll ‘ son succeeding him. The revolution was com- ” paratively bloodless. Some 5 Fighting took place on the first day, (luring which Ibridges in Pctrogrnd were ‘ ;blown up in order to imlute certain rections of the city. As far as in known here no prominent persons‘ ‘were 9 . Virtually all the uycnlletl pro-German reaclionnriu are in curt y. - The revolution was as successful in it was Iudden. it has given complete control sin to the Duma, backed by the army and what in termed the “push the war party" is me I: r r r ",‘“,,,,,,,,,:;‘ o[‘’';'.‘ The revolution, according ember at an llshzhoun ‘ Allnnllo com a - r. m u - leg D to advice: here, was carried‘ now in (Continued on .-cm ran, an 1.) m power. The revolu- “SHAKEUP"l IN Pnuci: CIRCLES chief ..r mi... D. A. w..'..; Ihlu ...;.. ..... . ......... .. ....... In the police dtvvnrtment, which Included :1 when. Irlanulorrad to ma Hlllhnf n . H m to tho Nnrlh En Itntlon; am Skelly, 1> . amvu Contest, mm. uh. truffle ......r ch. Pulv Ralph smlrh, ,r.,,, ‘O - Diias as He Drives ' Over Embankment nahnnsnrvrui, Much In:-Arthur Imamu am. . team And wnlou over . tIfty>ruor embnnkmrnt yum- of the government of Rus- C M ll bod in run.) hnuu inter . . in; yum want out tr when on: the mum. wish W llliii -ii SE8 L. . ihiijLi ‘mu. Pr-nu.) . NEXV YORK, March 1S.wRcprc<cntatives of the tour rail. road brotllerhoods announced at 4:15 o'clock, after rejecting aJ counterrproposilion made by the railroads, that a gcucral strike would begin at 6 dclork Saturday night. The brotl-ierhoods presented to the conference nf mlmad manager-a a demand that the provisions of the Adamson law be (Continued on Next Puke. C .) i la: ccmzv as E swxs AT Exsg.-mgr '.<iwv.'.= ‘-win. ,V ‘V V : . . >., u-.v. .n.>..,,,,‘,,Q y M‘ p .. v...,.; .. M ‘ p,‘ NA UV .m.<.; . ‘.3 All .... uh . x‘'- New .r .,,.,..,, H. rm .. . ‘H: .. it u. w nuinr r..,, .;k,,‘M J. "‘..‘.i'.3 nzmxlsza Hi ITALY ' n;,iul.v.h.. 441,. .w. ma hr 1‘... -v .. I i v -ur 9.. Mn . u."Iv‘Il1viVl: x . 7% W are-N. ,.,,...i..h .. I - l