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The Gaelic American - Vol. XV, No. 39, September 28, 1918, Whole Number 785.
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The Gaelic American - Vol. XV, No. 39, September 28, 1918, Whole Number 785.
5 March 2014
New York [N.Y.] : Gaelic American Pub. Co.
Joseph McGarrity Newspaper Collection
A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF IRISH INDEPENDENCE. IRISH LITERATURE AND THE INTERESTS OF THE IRISH RAGE. Vol. XV-r No. 39. Whole No. 785. new YORK, SEPTEMBER 28, 1918. PRICE FIVE GENTS. M’CARTAN AROUSES THE IRE OF BRITISH AGENTS .,....m When The Envoy (If The Provisional Government Of Ireland Charges The English Recruiters With Kidnapping From A Philadelphia Ilospital A Sick, Irish Boy Who Itad Taken tilt Ilis First Papers And Trying To Force Ilim To Go To Canada. And With Talking Scurrilonsly Against The United Stats And Coa- temptuollsly About The American Army. They Dodge The Issue, Ask Ilim Where Its Iiets Itis Funds Amt Swagger Vaiuglm-iously Atlolit Their Prowess Ia Trouuciug Irish Citizens And " Knocking Them I-‘lat"rmAcciirding To Their Fairy Tam, The Iledoulitahle Jack Falstaff, With Itis “Men In Buch- raill." Could Not Itold A Candle To These Doughty Britons-It Is A Pity, The Motor Retorls. That The Gallant Fellows Are Not In France Giving Bally- hooley To The ItnasvAIso Iteminds Them That They Leave Unanswered The Clear Add Definite Written Charges Iii The Boys Motherille ls lining Nothing To Prevent Irishmen Joining The American Army, But Is Simply Protecting Them From The Illegal Operations 0f Britishers-The Registration Entirely Successful-The “Press” Ilas A Stupid Editorial. Dr. Fatrirk McCIA'tIn, Envoy at" the “Boys who know llttle. If anything. i d, is ahulit international law do not u anaktns 8006 Progress with the regtalrm stand their ovin rights Ind l.I’B Imposed men and women who hav'a‘ul‘mn by irresnonslhle persons. They are TIOCKIDEEUIS objects of the registration is to Inr 1' rights. duties to slve them all the h ere ha d Ilrotertlol: Possible when they are In established hia headquarters need of same." us to ewvhmly I at e le Mi FALLS I1P0.V' ALL TO REGISTER. l“‘"""‘“5 I" ”“d’o;“:o:’;‘:m‘;‘fa;m:;' mgnI::‘sl,l‘iltI’:: trldrassed ton "citizens of position to or evasion oi the bra ml merely secures the names and addresses mm and interests and o x r . n lrlsls persons, and female, to re""ter at the earli- propsr record t and necessary advice . ‘"' the Em” glut!“ given to them. 0 his is rendered necessary by the tl- d i H, I th R H C H , legal action or English recruiting o e 3" ‘ ‘ 9 W ” ‘ "V " 2”‘; cars a I‘oillltr)'. who at M I G , s X h , A Mm“ in Emmy you rig i < rlna otsrnnient a t oroushly or don't irnow t elr rights into the larltlsh “mm m M“ kept m IL on BRITISHEKS IRE AROUSBD. .m..,. (From the rttitodclptiar Prear, ssptevn, her is.) charges that sinn Fetn pickets have the recruiting or B t 1 .5 We er- sir: . obtained through American Recruiting liiasion engaged in oalclal channels, so that the Brltishers work for THEY Set after them. . ccartun has already Ai',Cornl7ltsh- command of the posing these methods and slon here. papers have en Captain Latham’s The nttaclfa when he Wan Iiv Patrick Mrcartan. who says ha In their attempts to disparage and iniure the Ear ‘of the Provisional lrlsh (‘rov- u,, A,.,,,,,,..,, ,,..,,,. ware going on ernnrcnt in this rtty. In whlr lvlccar. Em iesterdny Ivy Captain rater Latham, ire was aroused p e vlrtuallc kidnapped and have proof. en they took it up V tiro"'beal2l1 young I posed it. giving hoth sides of the star I‘ The cafe: features of the exposure will against their will be found below, “I h v sal to set into an." lengthy discussion with THE WORK WELL STARTED’ him. what the British itecruftlng MIs- L T (Fran: the Philadelphia Eiveiilny Puthc “P” “'“f5 ‘“n‘;:“;r"c;;‘;":g"L; L'”””" Se""'“”“' ‘M his devilish sfnn Fain propaganda in The "Pmvtslonal Government of Ir2- hm mumyy. Ir.ATIlA..II O[‘lHBl.l:S ABOUT arc. H: GFIRK. r tie 1" mm men 0 e Draft In his statement made Mi-lnl-lav. Mr one s a I I aeuahip of their rights under th L“! or of the rtld ll nr' lt‘Ic(‘rnil'I<, or 1314 East Maya- sdid this msnsfns Avenue, w o, a says, not hrowheaten and bullied by ttla Brtttah Dr.‘ Patrick hiccartun, Env- Gni'ernnlel'lt." American Army. but to prevent them physlutls M sue 111 irom being "tmpreased or coaxed" into lsrltish military service. El‘ ., .. amnmanor afthe"Ir1eh no al Gclrernnlent which he says he rrpre nlic, r en a room at the club (or seats. the census, which is expected to con- tinne for a week. artan, who has been in this Lntham, hronsllt to who mrlaulted his dies and ”1“1;he records show that thin man sic. ., n tire Gulrk was born in 1895 and that. there united states, made the follow-ins state must today, In explaining the purposes or the registration: "The provisional Government of ire f re. was handed to us IlIl’r‘I i I an appeal to come down to the mission citizens of the lrish Nation abroad. as and see He mile from " a E‘ : a s . s s 5 e a. o z e‘ .. 5 s E at l-‘orrrninth and Market streets and ould seamed anxious shout atxntns up. Mc- he telr not only for lltlatlatlral pm it poses, which i i ocrtunt in itself. but put that la a because instan:es"ita a ecrntlv rum’ to ""1 "ll" “I” m” I“ '” M‘ " "mm llhht where irish .x nals have been tne deprived of their rights as uli-‘Ia here in out of British Recruiting 3 Is- t u. ton charges that memhers at the Brtt.- wk on hing atrout IL until ish riecruitrng lllsslon have from time m tlm ' . c curtan cites the case oi’ sorenteen-year- n The case of lfccuirk was yesterday the attention of certain x with hrst papers, and we then sent him omen, i hoalalt-Il priv a of in true rollowing ‘killtilred' reply. ' o ever makes Buth I statement a: that Is linqlllaltttedly a liter,‘ is thellar. onalsirorn Mr. Patrick llc, Gutrk, lsli t lloyamansin; Alenue saw him Personally tr. day he wrote o statement In his letter that he was after ndrrgoing an opera on. saw one LETTER WRITTEN BY McGl.‘IRIl‘. MoGulrIf'n letter follows- “I want to explain what the English l'rm'ernmftlit aid to ma. Tile) ad another young man w me. They ordered "They said to me, you are a Eritl silhje<‘t, and the United States tumeti you over to us. he ask a had i any relations on the other side. I said Federal Omcialsr ‘Tn: GAEUC A.xrr.uc.i:r Derence mind the meaningless general state- Phlladelphia The British reoruitlng [1 dnnpvgd boys nf have no duuht Ch ’ is mad them “mew mJ.'i.'ft‘S'.”us"1.iliit"ar,r service iIcc.inrAa' DETAILF 3'5 034%"- undcr the belief that they were I!!! ll‘ lift-cal-tan replied to this as follows: i Ponapgllgd to ,. urn a statement yesterday, i ea d . Dh'cLArzEs SERVICE OPTIONAL Here in Philadelphia Brtttnh recruiting, wishes to impress n a ‘annuals .v “M “,1,” is H‘ I hey '" “"6" W "Wynn" m miistsa w (H the hriolah and can‘ Perform military service for spy Mill‘ 3!“ “Wm ,, ,,,.,..gd to hnva nsada Irv but lreiana. “Tito enclosed letters will show who r v for the Flair Trial Fund. ‘n newspaper nr Th other periodical publication vl'ltIlIrl thei Iyes, -rhei asked me my age. did not know -river said l was ane I list 0 bl)’ SIT what they wrote. They nt-ior asked me it i had or father GA VI.‘ HIM AX L'XA.I.fIJ'ATIO.V. "They said to me- ion cannot go out i this Nara till you crlllet would nut, that this was my ti o s, and vie f the trcnchcs. I (conrinucrl on Page E.) ,< 3 <=1 a i said I Kwenli d l was now, "'l"he,v said. tau had better enlist to lzet no mother said i rrt rla>‘ examine you wl give to that said I tor earnestly uppeala for so A very l The Generous Response From The Paper’: Friends Througilout The Country Has Exceeded All Expectations Arid Made A Demonstration Tllat Cannot Fail To Impress The Enemies OI Tile Irisli Cause-The Rurealicrals Oi The Post Office Department Want To Crush All Freedom Of The Press In This Country And Find The Espionage Act A Handy Instrument 0ITyranrly-Still Nagging At This Paper-The Editor Asks His Friends To Contribute To The Fair Trial Fund To Prevent Irishmen From Being Railroaded To Prison By AMIrIt‘ISIl amount ill he neressary to keep lrish- parrursd test t or ed tor PV5 who to (‘I rather one lrishmen than u in red SPIP d V: ri Er Irendl with the latter. '5 ere is all the more need. utterly ireaent. the sordid ilnanrial interests of ' n thcir owners, and their ' ave nscn saturated with preludice against them ' lhPrFf0re.i for sole rounsal Ln defend them and‘ " "l““‘“ ""“‘e”"iclaliem and Jnilrnallsm" a statement In their oproeum. I03 a n I e said to some girl that was writing on a tv 9-’ rsr, a mi twc r. uev still kept wrlilng ldirl not Iinow what thev c e wrl n my never read to inc, if they had i wouldi THE “GAELIC AMERICAN” FUND CLOSING UP t ,continue its fight for existence. the edt-‘people to win their righ hserintiona of fact, there are now ma 1 men from hcing rallroarieii to prison on is that the big A ‘K At under the routrol of rordtd and soulless ' VILE ENGLISH PROPAGANDA AGAINST IRELAND Articles In American Newspapers And Magazines Assailillg Ireland Allil Misreprez seating The National Movement Are Reproduced On The llther Side Of The Atlantic And Accepted As Truly Representing American Public llpinion. Instead OI Being The Productions or British Agents Writing For English Paye-They Ilare Far More Effect In England Than Ill America-Encourage The British tioverumeut To Maintain Its Tyrannical, Repressire Policy And The Unionists In Their Resistance To Any Settlemeut7Also Lead English- men To Believe That tine 0t America's Objects In The War Is To Itelp To Ilnld Ireland DowuwTIie Flippnllt And Superficial “ Intellectual Prostitutes" Who Write The Assaults 0n Ireland And Irish Citizens Are All Opposed To Irish Liberty: Either Iinnwrlotllings Ilr Men Without Convictions Who Write lln 0rders Of Their Plutocrntic Masters Whose Financial Interests Are Tied lip Willi Eaglandvlnstead Of Terroriziug The Irish, Their Inlamous Attacks Are Solidifying The Race And Preparing It To Exact Punishment On Their Uli-American Enemies At The First Opportauity. since England secured, by fair or Ilv‘2gai.-is: lreland by false presentation of the lil!I.<, and have intimidated lrlsh e Dnllllllzns and oil every effort to establish Demorrnc: tn ‘ lie, for d that mun 3' These writers think that this kind ol‘>’“1'>l-llmllr the numb writing must in time have the efleil. OLPF“ I ll crass ignorance or,of em-its the lrish lieoule and o ndfuons In l‘0“rrlHl allies in the ‘wrk uf inst n . lrelunrl whit-ll males them thinli so‘ "1"-‘WP Hngllsll newspapers had hecn writing iriI . !'0URAGE.S' l:.x‘oL.4vn 1:; WRONG r a w r or more than a century. andl D0135 th I‘ rt tth od cl I. l- . ' 2:: r...“. The la- t As a matter , F in England I than there are In America The reason ericsn dailies are now i- let otfrlrt IS to mieintorm and hrovaiveat nuhlic o 'nlon. i.V1'E1.Lz't'1'z'AL I‘ROSTITl'1'E. a. wee Trrr GA>'IIi Anrair unird trnrra Hamilton lriolrs " thai they tztzrotirace in-, lrish unionism m of the s o d it pains in ed with niirtl triula oeafdos counsel fees. . . nflict with the Espionage Law." T Tho total n Tin, mac vrrarcax ""‘.i' I” ‘h’ ”'"h," E‘ " “T ‘,f”‘ ”"",f"; dared n tsay are how or why the rletenco Fund received up to Woftnesc "'”'“"“' ‘"3" “ "' “" 3"“ "“ " "" ' um (gnawed with H] Ewan"; :1”, mu “E “M” from the inside and it is worth rrr-ant. (Inn paper: and is always on rho long. because it ad a ,and t e stat Owtrlgtn pressure l1TSIlIIt"QsFYEI’aI let. ,;.,"‘;:,g:“:E,;‘T"'“' "‘““""”“ T ;"",’;.“, h ment that it is not a putrlica on wltIi- ters have had to ire held over this weak ‘ ' ’ "‘ 7'7"" “I -““'e"“‘ 35 "'9'! , the ,,m,,,,,,g ,, the 1“, 5m,m,;,,g " is no such thing in America :I("l‘>1'danr:'lr=n arllrF1: ldfinltidbtrnm the mallsbla matter of the econrl class is an an independent Dress lam riutd for cmllun an fir 3 Edward a falsehood without an) elidenre whsi SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED‘ kmtlnls lmuc-st i-n1dnlm"ll=h all-“nth "In; ‘Hlm rtes 0 er to sustain it of he, ust s . , . . Mil" W N‘ " 9 W S 0"‘ " "- true a say that was not prlriird at "('.:‘u"xf‘“'”(’f‘:“ ; -;‘5v“‘l --l allow ho est nmlllnrls to be ll ‘me in "Wl=jl Hmulsrlee of Ms vmlect. our “S (med H Na“ Y . . - or . On, g ,1, Ir,“ ,0” mm, at rlonilv lntcnued in he inese, or that the editor had com fnurh rs rn- ccupaiion. like 0thcllo's. ‘I ' P "l Ills Fl mm standard he er. M mu er or M M, mhhm “,0, M, “"5 f ,“ l Blrlsginvt he as use from Amer- Thei wanted to etc the paper to please ork lournallst is to distort the truth 1"’; Wt nilllzed to dI$“GYIiII"tlle that gland and to help ritis p to lie ouirl tn pervert. t v to W us on the suhiect oi ireland lgnnda against Ireland in the Arntrltaul fawn It the T at of hiamnlon, and to ED“ ARI] IIARSIIALUF EXFIJRI. given, so one exrune was as good as an ‘Sell! lllhs m;untw- an tab [as-le for me Av no ther. Th Eapltlnage Law gives the at r res e are a ooil or vase Hm. is the article s . ;-en,-r i H, . :23.’ 22:: vi" ::"‘::.‘“.:..:'‘=:::- i “ an he use t e power on us i an , g .. . s. mm as . . tyrannically for an un-American res. . possitulitres are all the nroport, of Am‘ "5235 Tlgzmlglnfl 0! other men we are intellectual prosti, hm mmdm if Edmfd ‘msgglll cl since then the New York Postmaster “ll I i g Am rrcan journalist wr as ' A That statement is as true today as in it gar to Ireland 1 mg," was in one when the oak w e pun ., , rm, M ,1,“ “mm “Damn” ltsheti ll ls rohablr es!‘ more 0 lturing lnlanx years of editorial worlr tor the virus has spread until the core 0,, gm, , W, I mm ‘W rupltton is a menace to the countrv 'l":e mm H, he M, e,,,,m,mxu mm ‘M aiv ess oer not re esent t a 3 W, V . ' American risooie put. the ronrran-. ms... . lyirleelfila Hr: nhdmceamoaulglvir I share 10 Aruerlmi ll 2 V and I went to lrelaud and from there ss'.;.' H1!T‘lIV'IlTII’IF i Amer an ideals And 9,, (my 0, , A mu xmw .. . . . " I’ ‘ ‘ ""‘“" “I F“ "9"" revere which 17 hlish rnv articles every n J,,,,e,, 0-5,12,, using the roulrst methods or falsehood mm 0, mm, ,mpom'm C m oils. and it ould hav tieen yam“ p 0-5,“, - ulu uv srepresentattuu 1- unicarions from various parts of the iustiliahle to add in the sour de Ja n are iure and de tr it is r-r-ta about iurpuient little country. which is so a privilege septrmtrer 9 ernocracy ls llnlla and insinre it amply “mm,” m Amermn mm notice as n out does that believe In the rclegllllleh rle- tics and non try. d will rematll mlt unrll i-re an I 5 0“ “Presently letters and even cablg iustice is done and t is rule in world while its sympathies “male! be!“ m Mm Mm“ ,, tbs m, ., 7,, A ,,.,,,,‘ a ewith upland, it is with the British ma ,0 nm E h H den“ win‘ mmupgr pgrt nf John nlnnn Ollgarrhr, not I'll I Q EYIII! Den-loo N,“ . the restoration or the rizht % ,9“ recs. that it sirmrtatnisre. "D," was dellrl‘ Mr Burl: sarsi-leld Club. Wounsorket. A 05-40” EFEJIY 01' IRELAND at ca. "Don't overveatln-late . aen'r despotic action rarnasler,vqlI1<‘Il'I."- R. l., per ll rtln v. sa since the outpreak of the European lllrevr tho fruits of three weeks’ work "I' Gazrar ii at as cs nor expect saratiold Cllih so no war, a rga r e rneriran press lniotha waste paper aa ct. such speed. harm the almosuhere of mar P, slurrav son has parslstcntlr assailed the lrish oeo ‘ res .v can understand sir. T P. waahinnnn is bitterly !l''”‘’‘'‘'’ "N ‘‘”"‘''x Cm" ‘ 5"" pie. lied about and misrepresented them O'Connor‘: cllirerrnt impression-.. now and any iniustico to an lri.-hrnan is Thomas is xichsughlln 2 on c more an lr than erldentlv what mine wa hetore 1 rpm. quite popular nut our day will come L“... Gllrnn . . . . zon th worst Torr paper: In Eat and. while v Ir rt 5 his American El. coining steadily-and England will -7 Mon a a igheat class English Vtslt Vlr O‘Co or was nually in on forever able vrrt-ilk lenlzellhre Garlir Athletic, Association of i urn eeli edi. contact with these lrfah Americans who through Amert ll G orumrnt 01“ II am l-rite tier TI. VtrAutttt- 6% MI lorlai treatrncnt or lreiana and indnlts still live h past. it is the belief at on irish tirens of the Vnltrd Sim! Prirnrla in Buffalo. per Miss gmoretruthrul in their preaentatlon of rn t n t American editora is who insist that Ireland has as much Mgr!‘ noosau and Rev. will the n it i quite true hat hoaa hour I am In c ntinual cmnmnnlca. rte to trnrern herself us Belgium 1' I m I Klrwln il.l.: rouarl and corrupt American dailr pa. tlon that. while then lriahnien remain serr '. J lrwlm pcrs, an some magaalnea which are if very vocal. they rovreaent the sentiment Now that, Trrr. G.A!I.Tl' .Awr,an-as has T alwthtnx. worse til t.h dllltn h ve been supplied with the slnewe of war to tooattauoa on rim I.) enreiaed A caaaiacrsthla inaluance (Coestlwewd me Page I.)