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The Gaelic American - Vol. XII No. 10, March 6, 1915, Whole Number 599.
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The Gaelic American - Vol. XII No. 10, March 6, 1915, Whole Number 599.
11 January 2014
New York [N.Y.] : Gaelic American Pub. Co.
Joseph McGarrity Newspaper Collection
Special Emmet Anniversary Number.
Emmet, Robert, 1778-1803.
Disclaimer of Liability
Disclaimer of Endorsement
mu w j- ‘-4- < ( ‘ xm‘,x‘zxxws)3x‘&‘‘ FIRST SECTION-SPECIAL ROBERT EMMET ANNIVERSARY NUMEEB. iynl. x1l.,'No. 10. Whole No. 599. NEW YORK, MARCH 6,.1915. Em-rad .. n-‘aidclnu Insr1u,0cL I. ms. at eh. Pu-t0Met or new Yo:x.l<'. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ii..unn..lh.mni (‘A-xrvnsot nmnx. 187s. flTR00lil.YN HOLDS GREAT Ell MET MEETING :1! iig Crowd l-‘ills Acadcniy 0i lllllsic, Wilh Congressman illclz Presiding And Former , Slate Alluriley-General Carlnolly As llralor. lirnews Pledge Ill l-‘salty To The Fighting Policy (ll Fnll lrish Nalllinhllnd, Rcpudlales Tile Fraudulent And Suspended “ llnini: llnle" llill And liaiilics The (icrnldn-irish Al ‘ anse!Carmody Pays Fine Tribute To Einei, lleilnllnocs England's Crnnlcd Foreign Policy And Says ller lkieal .> . - Would ilenelil The Wllrld ii is time to (‘Ill s hllt an liiy one of them for molesting our shipping Thu time is shortly vomlng when W lhln - inn will have to tlke I dt-liniin Iilnd on thin or let-t." , An )lAi>:r.s rm: Alalzxzss. The nrntor at the sweating Wu former Attorut‘)’rGenel"Il Thoma: Clrnmdir who Wis cordill reception. The rblef part of his address dPnlt with the is null death Of Robert Enimei. in il'l:i<h he nrousorl the sympathy at his meetings BIOS! Slic- loessiul demonstrations in its history in ”tiiu Arndemy o roolrlyn. list bundxy night in honor or the one hun- nretl and thirty-seventh nnnlvorrery at lthe hlrth oi Robert Emnllltr l wss crowded in the doors. and many people were turned away inr . n or me . The Brooklyn dolly nu- rpers at Monday Estimated the number , present ll. ihreii thousand. audience. an old story thnt Irish- Not slime was the meeting eucczsstul men liznr told and retain every year . in win! or numbers, but the orstlon hy with unnagglnz interest, hut sir. Cur- Han Thomas (Inrmody, (ormer Atior- dy made y new end telllnl int)’-Genernlrot the Stste of New York, paints. Concluding this part of his Idv dress he ssid: "He met death, not as did ths religi- ous enthusiasts or the link uses. to wh hut e truieition tn the tisppler world beyond t rnvo. I-lie who not it e rortltude oi lmtnra yearn. most clonllent end nnlnhed euioglu oi’ the young lrlsh pm ivered, sud rnuslul programme was of I very hlsh ol1t. A: the color guard or the Irish Vol- 3 in ntion or despair, but the eplrlt or vniry, puriiied and euhllmutcd in the chalice at human 10 ths essence n IENEPIT lieh oppression or und wt) in the n dl- the men nice. the speaker continued: nee Ir so nod nnnlnuded tlie Nstioun "When w l thnt Power yield‘! To nnntlnnh emhiem. hut wl eucoumot Never, until opening address or the that hrutsl sutncrscy or to And Congressman privilege is made to bite the dust no a a (B s ‘ s:ca‘l's singing or “ ulltlelnary or the mend" ' Mr. Pascal hen been ill during tlon oi’ inherited prlvllesn Ind lnwerisl snobbery. This hlncl h been At her thront as it has been at the throat 0 every nation in the World Englishmen in England would never submit to W at Irishman in lrelan hnve been compelled to submit to. id n r qulsltellr. All the lingers were enthusi- inticnlly entered. ilr. Golden, lu nanitlon to his vncsl the Wllfl ll last in the trenches of Filililerl and an the blood ,eolon recited with splendid ellect l sosketl ileldn or Europe. the price may grant vpoenl entitled Released," written John ianyle o'Rellly, in dsnunclntlon or England’: pretended mercy to Irish 1 pnllticnl prlnonere. ‘ o'RDL'll(l: OPENS Mzz Na. slrlrlnn or the :- << " (teen ,..n.' ego the intlons of the world t0Dk “D l 6 question Of settling lntonrntinnnl dlrnuten ylssceiully. ei ilmnr ill. 1". O'Rourke. ch committee or Arrangements, called the that lime thorn have been men w meeting der sn msrle er In- it tho hour “or an the assent con- troductory sddrcss. Alter stating tho mot England was e belll erent. in on: or that meeting he culled ntlon- ltnlyh with T“"k9Yv““' French -r tlon certain new paper sports r in Morocco and lilo Russlln And Innin- also con medd illct Eilllniid assumed the rolo of r. ENGLAND hie-ruu A that he hnduntil r W ‘H P0 hsd ently lolnsd the British listen to some at the digest: but tort Army. 1' o hislor added would he oi‘ the present strulsie. that in n in of in order to clll 0 President Wilson the recent I did 59”” 5'" l at part while each or her lzreeent ensmles has taken up the sword during this period or bests Igllstloii to settle her There hevsr will be inns. in torelgn policy or lo-nginnd ll hrolren and ninds to Idllut ml; to ma prover interest. oi’ other ? He then introduced Can- n A. Met: as ths Chili‘- mnn of the Insulin‘. inns viuonous rncn Mr. Metl. who Wis enthunlutitsllr nutioils. rocslvell, made at brief. not very vigar- "Slln nnnumeo the right to dictate to on: speech. He said that the occasion every nation on the slain its foreign proved that a men can he n loyni Amerl- she dictates to II! ‘C ou pol in regard to the rnnnme Cnnsl Tails. she dirtnlee to un our neutral paltry. in t is war. Slla lmsrds Amerlnsn mer- chent ships. Silo rorhlrlr the ehipmont of roodrtuiii lo the citizens or el- llgorent encm ll 1 Hm Ilm‘-6 civillzntlon wee established that suth n bnrbnrous policy received tho nunllort nny nstlun. She rllu our ling er plrnter ured to do. tor the vvrvm 01 ,,,,m.r,,5 her own merchant nnrine so or escsllllis the natural conne- quenccl ni wer. l:m:r.Alrn's utooxen imruon . us," M, ., open ngreernent with Rml. nnrl n rem: treaty with lupnn. ‘ha holrle lmure In cher n Arrir yet mode by her aide in Europe. sh-l nheclnnme Runsln in heniloslre to (rt to the eel. yet nupporle her rnr that purpose or eunprenelng the growling gu-gnglh oi Germany. it. is tho. thst. her line: of internntionll voila can can an Al: the some limo entertain a wholesome resvmt for the lsnd of his th. =- 2 suted grestelt sdmirstlon and respect for ths came out nnd Innizunced h should ho crlilciged for holding opinion. "l holisve in Ind lndorse the M-st prlntllvle-of our foreign relstlnnl, no lnlerierence ‘v mi nation that moluu our commerce In GENERAL lIllN HlNl)ENBUR(‘r r . Comnasndenln-Chief o‘: the Germsn forces in lllciliast. shone rout oi the Runlnna entitles him to rank as OIIB ill till’: xlciil Yllllillry lwldera of tho world. public opinion that thsl. mnlrol-rrsy end recrnen, now nhnve Ind nnwylreio-v lmny he rorrcitly understand and nor- ihe ground. now secret n thrown out i pursusnce of one dei r 'nll:ly its isclllcnient shlped lnio hui‘nsn- inlnstioll only. end thu is to nrnlntnln, ltnrian rirrrnnolrn ;; l;;:;;‘,f;;,;;'" '"v'=;;l-cl;,pll;nE';gl-5:: mm or rm.-. To o..........r. "1, 595 ‘ 5" arm been.“ 015" At the i-ontlllslon of Mr. L'al'nloEl,V's 3,,” “mm, 1,, mum, ma m,,e,. nhlendld ndtiroer one or the nudlence iul rlnvy. upon the Isnrl eon use: i W" and ed rlillllz lot! of “in” ‘mi cunning. 1. an wonder lhsnkl to the !])l’Bl(El‘, whirl: Wu cur rousing lrleh chnrr. The reenlutlaoe. which vrlll be iound in enoihi-,r pert oi’ thin pnper, were pm Posed by John .1. Ruth. nd pureed unr In I'l'inIlBl)'r The meeting closed with the Iinglnx e Ireland" led By Pat r Miss Kathleen Nsrelle mm the l<‘C0l!ll’lhrIisL ' ' s n t is country Are in pntrlotl 7 bound to uphold n utrict attitude i we to swell the tide of In intelligent snnl Just NEW YORK CLANS WILL‘ COMMEMO- .. l RATE lRlSH lllARTYR’S The Irish nealile at New York City will my their trihute ot loving devo- this dlntinguiehnd poetes: and petrlot. and those who hcsrd at the Terrsce n Meeting her msgnlllrent “Cali 0 recile r by" the chsirninn, Jeremiah A. 0’Lury,‘wlll some pr: be held next Sunday evening (Msrvh 7) pared to “Joy . “mm” "Em iveet Forty-third De iii -l tn st t. The celenrntion. which Vwlll , E“raM"":.:mul':r‘l;,';n‘lL";‘::::‘;': cominemnrsta ths hundred Ind ’ re ‘ojrls ‘Eu 3 tnlny-ssventh lnniversnry oi the birth in r will be under the f the Clan-nu-Gnsl. The regulsr exercises will be preceded hy I has concert of Irish sirs by E0583’: orcheairs. Congressman Daniel J. tuorden will The nlirlreaa on Emmet will his deliwred by the Hon. John D. Moon. “in lesnor Rogers C I one of her dellglitllll rendlngs entitled "The Heroic Legends of Ireland." Those desvorcli lo beta: I like Keogh andsndller. in the ride or .the British nip ra. ‘ - ‘ the true nplril or. Resolution: Volcin] who nu run the launder, poem. or. REDlll0ND FAILS AS RECRUlTlN(i SERGEANT ..;o..... luring lien Di lreland lleillse To Expand To Th: Traitor‘: Appeal To Join The British Army, Sn ll: Lies lleliheralely-llis Vaingltlriolis Boasting in Cable Tu Alnerira Made Ridiculous By The Pour Showing ill The Aclnal i-'lgnr:s- “liol A Voice Raised in Ireland Against England." lle Says, Ailcr The Nationalist Papers llalle Been Sllpprassed And Mania] Law is Elilllrcell-Arlhnr Eriililh Exposes The ilallulrncss ill ills Claims. 25,000 sre ioliowere or sir Edvrsrd Car- the southern Unionists clulm to John Rzdmnltld recently clhled in Anierl A rldlculoun ntnien-lent. that nenrly l1W.000 Nstlonslist irishmen hm enlisted in tho Erltlnh urmy, in relnnnll to h PIPE r nod llmt ir and was u doubledly loynl to Euglsiid nud in lull his hallow- vulce wnn mud in L231‘. “Order relslis in Warsaw." alter II! had ernrnned out illl reeinunro in the hlood or the psovlt. n ' t.l.lc Anrnfmr pointed out onl inn .‘llr. Redmond‘: Iliivment Lhlt not I nt y claim oi England to govern lieu of d. the nuppresrlon. up to date. or six iruh newslannue, his vote (or in: lrllnosition 9 r-rimlnsl notion in ruining ireedom or the press Ind IuD[1I‘(‘Eslng all r aim to haul thnt irellnll smlrovt-ll his ilon o e of le mast iiupudenz utternnm.-e ever ulmed by s traitor who people. llrm'ii:lL‘e ul lrelnnd. h 3 lion or-erywhrre in Ireland remein no stud- last to the inilh that England’: dlmcuiir Re to iniiuenc American opinion by niislendlng it. creete the hiss belief that were supporting England in lists. Yours sincerely. Ant-uni Gnlmriz. e e GERMAN PEOPLE GONFIDENT Letter From Joseph Delniont De- scribes the Hopeful Conditions - . in Germany and AllStl‘l:l>HlLl1- ‘ al-y. .' following very interesting letter sly. clhllng the nohodles Ind prominent Austrlsn producer or nhoio- rllnn. humor and ltior: ‘ Mr - . . . Hsve heen urny Vim‘ Nilwll Rfdmnml in . lo viennn on n holiday [rip sun on my c hie treason to lrelami. though II the)’ cur return iollnd your letter. I un var! 1 st! “P one nu his glad in hour that your pernonnl ngnlrg support in the whole United Slsies, end no so promising ilbllng nl lcn tnro going nor is to rntleiy my own ctlculoll: ronn nrr. "To your query sbaut husinesr in Ger- z 3 evihle provided y Aequltlre Bill. in,‘ am determined nVl,,.,5 I0 ihin . 1 “it in reinsrklbla to me how r ssllc the so opting men- to insure the smoothness or erarlv hullv Ihey elfecluslly ninponed k honetinr. ‘ e letl 91’ from Arthur how Grliiiin-not through the mile. or sub l llntter I'll] be (ound below. DUBLIN.‘ Feb. )5. 1915. t> 3 but lrnlousy. e tram Anlerli-a rluhllshed , Well. Tonlnly Alhlnn will get all that is i-onilI1S to him. “The int him i showed you or mine ‘The Disinherlied‘ ls iour srt sncl be Sir-A cool a 90.000 Irishman have enlisted in the hs British nrmy and I t “not I voice drsl-llsl ll en sold to he he heard in irelsnd in favor or what do you think about 3 pradutilon German)’ ' of it in the United Stairs‘ Mr. Redmond‘! Hgurtl Ire false. totsi number oi’ rccruil: in me British nrmy sin this vrnr hegnn enlisted in Ireland has been 40,000. OI thin 40,000, i shsll nonzlnue rondlng them and ss shot] .5 i on get them i shall send picture: to 3'9 r‘t‘ruo hear from you et llnre. l "hm Nnhmlnsm ‘m be [cm by P‘ um I ‘ions in linclw nbout my American .l. ilcuehon. - 1 K d Miss Anus v. Donahue. Min Eileen " “‘ 5- , M“ : . ' Slnrerely, “I D - V ".lust:ri[ Dn.uo:vr.“ rrpproprlute lrieh Airs end re , An, lrlterestlnx inturs klwleon (ought luur znromn um i he n ermioe. hut the minor is in; the Helm-blind Singing society egelnrl. sllll grelier idnrnnun iorcrn Germ I-l nuxlllsry contingent. from nln . el ll inerlc And Aurtrlin Regiment at ihe,lrlnh voluntnern. wn liters or-er e more indamiisbls wer- in; the Ga rior:-rim Rwielo, l4osyAn5eI.-1, cnl,