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The Gaelic American - Vol. XII, No. 1, January 2, 1915, Whole Number 590.
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The Gaelic American - Vol. XII, No. 1, January 2, 1915, Whole Number 590.
11 January 2014
New York [N.Y.] : Gaelic American Pub. Co.
Joseph McGarrity Newspaper Collection
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i I . 'Vn1. XII., No. 1. Whole N"o.V590- :1 ‘r , NEW YORK, JANUARY 2, 1915. law york. 1:. Y-. uno i ‘ A J0liTRNAL DEVOTED 110 THE CAUSE OF‘ IRISH INDEPENDENCE, IRISH LITERATURE AND THE INTERESTS OF TEL IRISH IEACE. nurses at s.eoss<l... iosuco, no. r. in. at lhcrosi on-o=as era. Aeco4ct.graisaislares,..e,,. ' ‘IBIUE FIVE cnlrrsfi GREAT BALTIMORE lilEETlMi REBUKES WlLSON noon l i i it i l And lliscrinlination Against BALTIMORE, lld...'llee, 23.-one at ’t Baltimore has er. many and Austringlungary. e Hip- llodrome. which is the largest theatre , in t e ty was or ‘deal to mowing and in the Paiacs heatre an ov riio testing was held Fully 3.500 people were in the Hip; mine and 1,5 til Palace, an til are the cream or the city's popnlatl is. Many at the as prominent eh i puhlic. professional nnd om:r.iei'clal ll 3 a E nlversltY- The El'eat- and enthusiasm pre< Jolias Hopkins est unanimity Vlileii. ,ststo Sena.tor;Peter J. csniphell lire- ided air the Hippodrome Ind Dr. A. R c the benediction was nvooounoed vrtshhi A. Guttrri - lnil0"l‘erl2l-ile. The resolutions were pro. posed by lion. stephon J. Mcnouongli a err‘i'lEr’ElT‘rtv's Idaiyiand aeglslatiiie: And at the lvslaouarhcsirs-toeotlng shel-in lllaxulty sans ."'rhe Star Snnngleii l!ltl'lner" in his niagulnesnt V . ,. , olce., , The Honorary Vice-Presidents were: - John B. Adz, Harry M. Belislnlrer. Prof. J, lilcrlonough, George G. Mchlhenrlch, Dr. . . Murray. VVllils.lu 1'. o'connor, l=aul prodoehl. Dr ‘ schmeisaer. E n Mgr. an Charles M, sttirven,‘.lolln 'rralnor, Al- Went.‘ l-lenry ' Henry F. wlossner, lzov. Ezra K.‘ Judge Myer J. Blot-it. Dr. lilait laroedel. ‘Dr. .1. Fr Crouch, John F‘. Doyle, A. M. A. Eisenbrsndt, l3r.‘l-larrygrieden- . John 1'. Galvin. John -anlhsl, Prof. Pnlii Haunt, C. H. Helnttemnn, L. ’l‘ tlenninghsuaen, H. H. Hohelrnann. Iilnx Hollis, John lluhnor, John .1. Kelly. O'Neill, Alhert w nhyner. Aug-t lieinio. enry R att. nrxzs. w Sandrock, i... C. sohneidercitll, Gustav sicgltlund, L. ioah nier. Rev. D. H steilens. Capt. Edward -rrainor, H. Von iinrees, -l-hoinas .wc . .wehr- enherg. George F. Wlessner and chsrles zioss. r. . 1' Following were the committees in charge: ' - ' Arrangement:-Albert L. Fnnkhenzl, Peter J. Campbell, ' Jnltn P. Cun- ritnlhlm. Dr. A. R. L. Dnllme. Iuhrs T. Doyle. F. A. Gottiieh. John J. ilanson. annlhhl, A. H. Hecht, Evan A. John lleinz. lenry cl. Hllkerl. Rev. Julius lioiinso xslired 1'. Jones, Henry Kelly. Thom hunt. staplieo .1. McDan- ough. in Meyerdlrck. Edward A. Pillnli, ‘L hlolilhenrich, William F. Pinch: laul noon. and c. ’ Abbe, go aieiner. Charles R. schoiio hn Tjhrh. Louis 1', wols. Etlwarl rsinor, Prur. Henry wood. Thoinn 5i'elill.Ka . . Rece in Ri Sandlill. Johsnr lnttern. Charles F. rtoesaler. Gustav ‘ und. John Ziess, John H. aelsa. id 0. Rnhho. Edwin A. Sallie- wits. I ‘o von Wysse.-kl. .lto la-Stephen .l. llcnonousll. mills ‘ J'- Emmy Ll hlirich Lituri A M 3 nliz, by Ether-of Mulllon Ave-‘ t j .' Two Theatres Filled To Overiitlwlng lly licpres:lntziiii'e Citizens, Will) Apillniill Speeches ilellldliiling That The Presillclli ilhserve liiS“0Wl! Prnclamalinn.-Preserve Strict ’ Neutrality Between The Warring linililiisl Stop English Olltrllges lln American Citizens, Vinltltiiln iii’ Ai'llEl'lCiil] lilzliis. ll lniproperlnierlerence With American Traile Willi Nellirni Countries-Help for England ilrrlnaliy Must Cease-War lleclartll 0n The Anglomaninczhcss Df lleiv lilrll. . ll might learn to settle way. other than hy ca - SENATOR L'A.VPBELL‘S OPENING. in calling the meeting to order sens. tor Cnnipbell stated they were assem- a serious pur ose, namely. to urge the United states Government to deal lalrly with all the nations involved in the coniiict by practicing the atria- eat neutrality. and he read trono t proclamation issued hy wsshington in Aprils 1793. calling upon the people to exercise neutrality whlle'the war he tween Frahts and other European Power: was in nrogre a. He introduced the Mayor as the execu- ilve who in the tour yesrs ol is admin- tr ad accomplished so touch tor tlie citisana of haltiniore, and the hp- plsuse that (allowed was vlaorous and ma on e . ,:‘ n1AYolz PRE'5TON‘E ADDRESS. llisyor Preston spoke in part as rol- ws: - their disputes in nillcta. =- cs have hsen ukeil in the last three or tour weeks to take part in almost every lorni or recognition or the condi- uons oi ailsirs in Europe. i have at- tended all or these meetingsvlile Eel- ish. the scotch, ‘the to he with you today in this neutrality meeting, under the auspices or the lndellhndeat rls’ union. even though my attend. t he attended with some risk 0 lialrilel . . - K’ “Neutrality with n our geo raphical and racial yoonditiona should s s e ‘almost’; 1' igloo ur lo iosnionollian. The United states owes so much to t o s d t e English Lhht we today. whether in ollr hearts we reel tor the Fatherland or tor the ll es. whatever our past may ava heen. our ancestry or descendants. it eroa o are our r ion or the great last should compel us at this time. n addition to our terest a nation, DD mnintnln the strictest line at IIBLI . “Our but is not [he only reason for at ‘wide min or I W I nntlon nr I Wise state to-dl! in mlintlln neutrality. It ot only our post out our iuturs. we are out heginaiog our career as a great i‘.l . o , ihereas We Ire virlie, And growing more in virility, and from that lustlnesa and that growth camel tas anger or wsrrare, because the young r loss irnpetuous, and in ills in tho 3 to our- tha same which the)’ have in the island of Glen! Britain Ind In th ril- tlon! comllrlsed in the list of the Allies." KOELBLE ETIRS THE CROWD. Alvhnnhh n had tlle's reputatio evidently gone to Bnltlmara before him. for he received a great ovation on root- ing (orw-ard lie spoke at great length nil stirred te crowd which freqlleiitiY. interrupted him with air plsuse. space only permits a hriet out- line of his roaisi-its. e said he lonk for his i,eltL l=eacs and Neutrality. Speaking at pence, he slid it Was rsired, hut. must. be 3 peace with honor. .ll. must e a peace ior l‘l:IIl'l)' hat. 0! min dl)‘. hilt forever; It her a mics . The war. its said, was o dollars and com. England wanting to smash Germany so she could obtain her llugllless. no then lirorecdod to criticize in tile McKinley. Tilt I, turn it had catered to England right along. lnsiancing the auvlirt-ssion ot t a wire ill’ THO.il.45’S LVVOCA T193’ The i tlnn by lllonslgnor C. F. Thom llihetl oi Ithaca Ind in 115;“ rary gem. l was A direct gm... gins Almighty to hi-log ths war I use, Ind that in fllllln men e ting Englood to uss the cshlo without messages being censored. Ho dr ,x":l nounred the Administration ior per- nilttlng English ships to tslts ironi neu. trsl vessels is tha three- mllo limit. and then added passionate- ly. ‘ i had a r-resides well":- sud stopping her. waved his hands sig- nli'i and h sudicnca laughed and applauded. a’ daughter had married an English lieu. tenant and now he wants peace in tho . This, too. wss greeted with mans to Isseri. themselves. la.-gun in Na dow the nersuso or Wilson. had 2 In conclusion. he said marioanlsria since he had knuckied under to England in the mat- ter at the l=sna.rns Canal. "Had the been I llliierent Prehldbnt." ha said, "we . 52 would ow-ll.-iv a merchant marine carrying our products to all parts or till? world ONE-SIDED NEUTRALITY. John Devoy began by saying that he felt like I fish out of wtur It I neit- trliity meeting, becluu in the heVelJtY- two years of his existence he had slwsys heard I . not he was far Lhs nalltrnllty DI the United State: in this war, because the heat and Isbesi. interests or the American penple would . e meant. Itrlct neu- trality. in letter and spirit. hot the one- Nlded neutrality Whit: carried out the letter of the Preisidernfh pi'o<‘lauIai.ioI:l, lit violated lLI lrllrlt. leaned inwards lht Allies Ind dlscrlmlnlted against Garinoo . o- a That was the kind or neutrality ur- rled nut Y the Government at Wish- while I: in ln!loni ti Y to the old of England it the war did not o on to her satlstsctlon. . 1-he New York press. he said, got all in news from London, where it was colored. and often nisnnisclured, to suit ngllsll Durrmtleti.‘ W 9 it. reached New York it again went through a pro- 095! of coloring. twisting, addition Ind s 3 (I B E on v 0 pllrposa oi deceivlns the rile The nueer thing shout all this was. he said. that many or the m wh do this worlr in New York. and several at the editorial writers. the men wh loo re the Germans and the lrish as "hyphenated Americans" who were im. porting oi world ouarrols into the oil tos- un slised Eoglishni The only hyphen which her Government lilvhlllons In VV h- lrstnn. and in In Y of lilo United alu Embassies. ldllllon Ind Can the worlt which ought . Americans, and they served England, lntltend or the united states. Uoti to or things was abolished, the speaker said, hstlt in the service or the Government and on the New York llress. the interests or the American pan is won s to sut- ier lniurygand British interests would in promoted at the expense or American slllllel they did 1.1 be dais Flilyriwo Nara ago. Mr. Dcvpv said. so’ liltldent occurred which rzomlnillerl the United at tes Ind Eng nd to a cer- tain into-riiralatlon oi intern onal law which has already en reverse this war E and has repudlsted the in- terpretation wh then colvlrlhlled the United tslea l ncce t and the Washington Administration has lrleekly suhmittcd to English dirtailon, without r as t o now, the slightest protest or reiiiosatrsnre. ids: the south sent two oovoys. llr. lilason and Mr. it ell. to lllvhd, the cause or the Conrederscy with the Gov. eruments or Europe and ii nossihle llro. sure European intervention in the Civil War nsllnd Wu then a in an trrort to bring about aurh intervention not that 9 car ii any more [or the wanted to hrellk up the union- Iiulroy the lyhtem o tree Goverrirnent esishiished in this rollniry by tho Revo- lllilrnl. So the “Trent. Affair." as it use called, srrved so a splendid pretext for the Irmcii interientlon which Elig- lah sieanior on the high sons and loolt Aims and alidell of]. England iironll>i- l.r ilroiesied. denlunded their instant ro- an d ehced Ictive nrcusra- ons tor I'I rho Governrllent in lvaanington. contronted hy a most aerl. hat portlo w a ich conrerns the trsl vessels at sea, and so Amer- it-a and Eng nd were concerned that illherpreutlrln stood until the uuthresk oi the present war. England. as Inlntresn oi the seas, has always heen a law unto hersei . is alien to malts war. erlrhn citizens and oihera travelling to and ironi lhs Lriiled thus an nellr vessels are talten off and roads prlsnneyl and there ia no protest trout 'aahln Tile and suhserviancy to England is all the more humiliating her so would not he necessary to threaten ii-ar o secure redress s d a cessation oi England's high-handed action. A lirin, dlgnlned and resolute demand frnrll English is time. but it is not tortil- coming. er a husloess, it the wllson Ad- nrinintnllan did its lie England is constantly adding to the -list or (outru- hand or war and oonditionei conlrsl-and, so (but. at (he present rate ll. will soon e o commerce. she is, ruining the trade of neutral nlllonl sud he only trade which has one- tt is the trsds in munitions or war supplied to the Allies. and that henent em to whomsosyer they please. But the Administration takes no such position and huinhly nctzills England's lltterbrentiolz or international ilashingtoa has never been lturuiliatlug nos n as the Wilson Ad- ministration has placed it in. violating the trailed states mails and no protest comes rroin wushlnlrton. is under Eliglisl: iul-lsrlictlon. and. all Eng- r and opens lrieae letters nous hy another on. or other ouiraga wen perpetrated on rltlsh suhiel-ls. the nation rcsooosihis would either approves or them rotation with their to protest. Alter describing the campaign of lying carrier] on in the New York press i ii errrihliy and the irnpudsnt Abuse hi-apps upon all citizens who dare to assert their g t to tree exilresslars oninlon. Mr novoy s t Germans in America hnd hesn tun rnlld h and am. ohioct or is atraid the other rl irul-.ltiln sit-en s lsa that it they don't r=g it stand up tor Amerirnn e strict sntorcsnitni or lost neutrality the question will is sin e n issue i s and carried into tits uoxt rrooidential sud coogl-es. sion o ions. lis Anlericnn people want a rcal American in the ivory. asniugton would he enough to orliig , nlnnd List In Evan DUBLIN. Ber. 15. 1914. A Chara:-since the Friendly British ' Ls01‘Ei'nY'i.ielI( has decided that ‘it is not well ior'ui iii lreland to klanw what is Suing on in Irish Alnerlcl and has. with that obieri larhlddrn the rlrttlllllan at such Dlllers as - .>.- und the Irish Wurld in this country, the s , b ion the war nllry rig boomed here You have icsriit o tho sen-loinl, Illrioitl assigned cause. or men who s r promi- usut is the original lrlsh volunteer vlovenient an l‘li so 1 o e se is t on the all t they sdhered to the pledged policy and join the iorces o( lllu ' in You vs that rat Hegariy. who was ordered out o( Cork. t-.- aw in ‘keeping, slid although rhsrged with no Dublin of the slim: force.- li from In English Lnsurlnce com- Dlny doing u ere, - ‘ what you probably do not know is inuany dsnisiiding. and as s sllnrelloldar. insisting on the immedi- n om the 5 in W ." u mly have heard how the Friendly Goi'ernm!nt hll ll- lrgally Seized and IVDl’Dl'H’lhted thou- warlh 0 files in trui- they rlldeil Ind which litany of these were Iuvlilled. it w. conscious or lhtlr illeghilty. they decline even to rel-ly to the letters or the lawyers who are acting for the right- name or lrsland hy calling lrlsh Nationalls . . can you credit tile last that the sea- rrtary or a "ha ons organization hu cirsuisrlsed the English rlirecvors of an 5 the ntnreanld Serreury. ‘. - that the renewal or arming the vol- ‘ I result. or the) e = .. . .. E ier ahowliag that the writer was no so l1cV'0tidfl0 nslan orthodo job- lluntcra Irel And yet these things In U... have happened and um Dr 9 live to- 3 ‘< re ' 1%’ TRAITORS AND INFORMERS HELP THE ENGLISH ii. Cocrcinn liilvl In full Operation in Ireland Because The “ Nationalist” Leaders l'rg-all ll [pan The British Gnvernnlent To Put Down Free Expression Oi‘ 0pininn-- Men Drlten from Their Enlplllylllelll [in Information Silppliel By lied- nlnniliies-Pspers Suppress-’-ii. lmpnrialion Oi Arnls forbidden And All Arms Factory In liirillingllain closed A! Their llsqzlesi. ‘ lllii Not A Protest Front The British llirelings-lltih it s A Sense Of Shame. tho Irul vrorla-r, the Irish volunteer, the Iflth World and T city. and the wnaoaoha.-d9’ as to he exileded. The suhiuenoss Mr. O'Brien, although he is generally regarded is nier laakerous lunatic. was s mllrre or so ll lighting the uphill right or lrisn xationalit,r.. , there was a spirit or real states. . i-usnshln and courage i inen who" r‘ nuancs or you srou-lent there ilnpnsslble." r er to dictate the form Constitution :7! Ireland son or Kitchen that the ruture Irullld lake. is yet. even to-da e situation or taking on an additional war. Eu, we hear nothing or any suril policy. The audacity. the actual rudeness or I! would make it repugnant lo .‘lr. Red. u:orid's dorile teropsrsinopl. Even though his English silica tooled and he lured him wt-nty times over. he viotilrl never ho guilty or treating menu with such discotirtesy. To adopt the policy that enabled Cl!‘ t s liu, Irlere srsa-ling Irish Pal-Ilail, dare I. instead or this the latest phase of th- aituali n is a series o t us appeals o us. the “sin ie-dilly" volunteers. to hive the arty rn lltical annihila- lion hy going through the I in or it. in; with them Ishln." vs are told that rtion Wu rerlpl i We o 3' “iiouhlo-dlIl)‘" really only means dpuhle dealing. we are a ' are rui-titer lnrorixled that nlonrrs Vollinlee road)’ quite , don’! Purpose to light at all, the nastit; Into has lett us unmoved. ‘ ' we ii and. ‘Nlllonal. r land ‘Inlet e- 4 --E- The last month has seen the suppression ' coniniodors wllltos stopped the Brilr (coatiousd on rays 8.) or man Frecltom, Sims rm, lrelond, u . ,, i . i ‘ a ,, .e-Q ( ‘. i. . I y y , ‘..o-4-eo.,y . - 1 a..,... A“ < "“ V "’ l '1 . l-xe -. a Mr. riedruonds nominees means. and we on admiration or ourselves lor having survived it. Nzrszg Agni, ‘h