BERLIN March 23. Admiral Nepenin, commander of the Russian Baltic Sea fleet, was killed by sailors of his fleet during the revolution, says a Stockholm dispatch to the Overseas News Agency today.
News of the revolution In Russia did not come as a surprise to those who have been keeping in touch with conditions In this country. It Is the belief of prominent Russians and others in Philadelphia that the revolution will continue and that the Government wilt not he able to check It. The Rev. Father Max Kinash, rector of the Russian Catholic Church, 815 North Franklin street, said the Russians of this country will be glad to hear of the revolution in Russia. «It was bound to come.» he said. See more
«The people are dissatisfied because of the general treatment accorded them by the Government. Russians here have ways of keeping In touch with conditions in the old country, regardless of all war censorships.»
«Everyone knows that the revolutioners are right and the Government will not be able to check them, for they will not know whom to depend on. I believe that the revolution will continue until the voice of the people is heeded by the Government.»
Anyone who has visited the Rue St. Martin, Paris, and seen the rows of horse meat butcher's shops with the big brass signs advertising besides the horse meat, "First class mule" and "First class donkey", may have visions of what we may soon come to. A Swiss butcher who opened a horse meat shop in New York last week is jubilant over his success of 1800 pounds of horse meat for his first week's sales.
Chaplains In the army were called "ridiculous" by Rabbi Ell Mayer, of the Rodef Shalom Temple, Broad and Mount Vernon streets, who addressed a peace meeting in the Friends' Meeting House. He said It was ridiculous for military officials to send chaplains with their armies "to beseech God's blessings on the slaughter of their fellow-men."