Vol. XIL, No. 13. Whole No. 602.
A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF IRISH INDEPENDENCE, IRISH LITERATURE AND THE INTERESTS OF THE IRISH RACE.
NEW YORK, MARCH 27, 1015.
zwieron no I1vnG<Iuu mnvldr, rm. l. in. nu ma not emu nt
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
ir.. unanr the In or aa.r..ei nnrea a. mu.
RARADERS FORBID ENIILISII MARCHING SONG
;Alll'I Promptly Suppresses Attempt To
.......n....4 ..t.... . no...,. .- ...s
.‘[‘hd st Patrick's Day imrarle in New
rqril who the heat the my line seen tor
many years. There were nioro men in
American An xttempt
llsh marching song in mint or the re
wing mind at the nthedral on Fifth
Avenue. which was promptly suppress-
ed,-only emphasized the distinctively
Irish character of the day's proceedings.
version at the Incident. which was pub-
lished. In Hie form 0! I camillzllnt. all
mltted the complete dereat or the lm
pudent attempt and called attention to
“ LYING PRESS REPORTS.
hownv r. are
, showing that the Ensliell
‘ nrliing rtllne.
iiloanoe.nnnnluto<i in ,,“tha
grattuutlon it expressed over the grant-
lrelan . uplarornl
whole riot . The hnraderu neither weld
nor did anything of that kind; they can-
Flriendly Sons and the pnllen iniie -
mention that because what occurred did
not not them. I
mg ml; H ABOUT “TIPPER-4R?‘
The truth about the “T1lwerar!" II-
cldent. can hear renetltlon and the wider
mug Way to Tipper
emlroached the Cathedral. secretary
0'G t th committee once ate?
pedal: Ehnt cenrdinnl 1-jarley and Mayor
I-Mimm “keg Chairman Kennedy of
e committee why it Wu staPV?"' m‘
y , plying that they nvnntedl:l;:drl:I;:“:;::
English mdrchtnzuaonx E Y in H
t , v -
biggest St. Patrii:h’s Day Promsion In Many Years Plohillits Playing 0i “Tipperary "
Disolley The llrilcr-Stirring Sun: In
> Front Of The Cathedral When Chairman 0i Committee Stops The Picca-
dilly Jingle-Anglonlanizlc New Yorlt Papers Mlsreport The Incident
And Lying Story is Wired To The Country In Englads In-
terest-Cardinal Farley And All The Priests Present,
Except One Pro-Brilisher, Expressed Approval-
A lireal Irish National Demonstration.
l wllon bin hand reached the cathedral it
t burnt mull-lonly into use ohnoxloun tune
wad ntnnding with secretary 0'Gurn on
the sidewall: near the reviewing stand
and he immediately told 0'Gnra to sit
the and lender and stop the
the tune. As it did not stov
Iy the hand would
pnrndn there and then. it who then
CARDINAL FARLEY upnavns.
Returning to the reviewing ninnd Ml‘.
Kennedy n Cardinal Far-
loy, who, nnpnrently, dlrl naL know the
tune, wily he had stoppcd it. no
seemed twin a lively one. Mr. Kennedy
Yo r Eminence, we ntomwl it ha-
Clllle the [line WIS forbidden I1! I
unnnlrnoun voteor the committee. it is an
insult to Tipperary to associate the
mono Slnwt. and Fill): Avenue north
to one llnndml and 1'-entlrm Street
to lint lllorrln pnrlr Avenue. north on
Mount lliorrln pull Avenue to
Hundred and Twenty-rourth Hlronl. out
no lln are Twznlrfdllnh
tlireei to min Avenue, north on P‘1ft.h
tonne In On
words whit-h the papers reported and
added a remark that, at the bidding or
approval and that lba‘Ipplallln at all
the othvr prtralld pm-nt lhow-d that
minor Atllrrlhy hlnlsrlt we. no. only
one who onto.-loll.
-rm. non lln ii-irldant ior Irlllnn in.
New York wrv-nu or Englulrl on the
But then‘ vuhllrltlnu or the
5107i. OVEN In I II . arm, ITDII
69l"'Ed I0 IIFITIOYIBLYIIQ “III. XTIQ DYGI’.
n-helmlnr l-lliilt-lrlty or New York Irish-
man no ngiitrl t Ellglnnd In urn n r .
it the p-horn lot the suhlert nlonn. the ‘
slllendt , wt-I1 rdndllcted St. l‘nll'Irk'I .'”"“',";:”'""(‘.
Harlem ulrer r r d Cullrlo.
when an out-rtnlhment and rempllan
w n d,
,3 Following was the ordar nt [undo-1
, Platoon nf mounted police.
ElyniI'n sixty-ninth Regiment Band.
Elxty ninth Regiment. colonel Loutl
n. Conley. mrnmunding.
rlnn volume-r R nu
ioy. cotnrn .
ldetxi, Division I A
, st. . . .
" "‘”"" "" Colonel Pllrlrk l"mlld-
an entirely neutral
foolish olro.-in to heln England they ‘ ., i
brought. out the tort that the rlnrndera ‘s.1::”(?:ux’c';'y"“‘::;‘ Firms;
were strongly nlnl-English. v ' '
THE GREAT PARADE. """'"" "'
The line ot rnnrcn wan trot-n rortr- it
>IIOIlIE RULE A FAKE, SAYS VICTOR IIERBERT
(conurlued on Page 5.)
Mayor Mitchel Gives The Ilill Qliallhed Praise And Says Irishman litre One Baht 0i
llnttitnile To John leilmunrl. But President lli Friendly Sons, Amid General
Applause. Condemns The lileasnre-II-onaghan 0i Detroit Delivers Flnt
Address And Governor Whitman Also SpeaIs‘Wilton-Ialckdye.
‘ The Actor, Scores Misrepresentation 0i Irishman On Stage.
nether one nf tile heal. nddresdrd oi Iu
hind ever rli-llrercd an a llmltar over
The soricly or the Friendly sons at
st. Patrick held its 131st anhlverury
Inner on st. Patrick's night at the ole It won deserved trlhute we paid
Hotel Astor, New York, and tho attend to it by the toutm (‘-m'l>rnol'
ante, whirh included many -.'Whltmnh ruin the derond speaker and
guls c largrst on r is dd e w
hea rtnieernen, won in it n res n my tully reIml'li‘l1> in
precord, over soil attting down to dinner. line newspapers ot llarrh ls.
PRESIDENT IIICLAUGIILIN DISOWNS REDIIIOND
Replying To Attach Ill Little Western Catholic Paper, Ilead Of American Ililieruians
Tells I by The hreat Organization Cannot Support The lecrcant Parliamentary
Leader In Ills liolc Of Recruiting Sergeant For The British Army And
Gives The Lie To The Statements That Irishmtn In America Ap-
prov: Ilis Treachery-llibamians Stand Where They liar:
Always Stood. for Irish Nationality. Not For The
Colors Of Crolnlrtll And Castlereagh-The le-
crniting Policy Is Treason To Ireland.
Ancient order of in poliry" wan aha-rt no he adopted when
America. Otltrd oz Natl lit. the delegates mused reeoluniona tour
PIIILADPJLPHIA. Fa. March is. His. In '9
To the Etitlor or run GArLIi: AIlr.ll<‘A.'K: ‘ N0 '3‘ I l:J::l:D::":l';e:he ‘rm!!-
Dar 5lrwYou Irlll and herewith en. Mfr,” If“ H been “ms” am “up
"‘”"‘ ' ' ""”’I“‘ “ "“ ‘ '" in a rew months the green banner would
that may interest you. ol':Il'i' you an be mm D “m ‘M M M O, '
""" I‘ I ' "“‘ I"“e 0‘ "‘"“' ‘"9"’ land nntnrled in its steed An IhI(Io:-
l here the honor m rem: n. ‘I ‘ m, H “A
‘'’'V "“‘Y "‘“"' lri Party nllen these reaolution. were
'I‘’“"' “""““'“"" in sea at No .llk hen that gmllp or
"'""'"I ””“““‘- nrllarn-.=ntarinnn'nerame lmperlnliot l
-"'-4710-‘VH4 PRESIDENT 1055?” "0 silll I-emnlned and now remnln. a sa.
L.iUcm.l.-r. or THE A. o. 11., "W
‘-"5‘‘''‘-"‘ 4‘ "’"7"7“' l lrlu puhlic expression no tho
‘”7"”" 551703‘ opinion: which the Henertger crlttv-Isa.
in on edlmrlal article in the cotno 1 m “I ,,,,,,m,,, um uh," “uh
IIC Jleueviaa. DIVEIIDOYL IOIL IIIICKV
attitude on "rernllllnl
ntlatt-luenu Ire mlda that en
nroleqed wnonr-nily Igaihnl. the nollry
whlrli called ‘dung lrlshnien to the
blotldenldtru-d 't‘oIol1" ot the traditional
on land presented ltnelt tor do
eraiion rnnxlnz e no ,,.‘.,d,,.
o the enemy whirl: all genernllulld or
I lrirhmen more fought on held no
iiornm tor a lhniltiand real-as For con.
T Ireland cannot be done
by sheddlna lrlsh blood under Lb: Brit-
ill dl reputable etreein in Lon-
mm W‘ 3 square and rlrondllly.
English lnnrehlny sons
M de would tron ot
!Pnre:tdEenlE”Vi"llson'I xeutrnllty Proclam-
wnliio e nnrinctiy right. "K K"-
nerly," onld the Cardinal. "and I doubt!
in in to you."
mo 5 Mitchel leaned over in WI"
t Mr. Kenned!
spoke t e
tied his head in nonmal-
2 lat: who were on the
‘ ‘"’"" ” Pr no nonrd lllr.
r dlnlz hlrrl.
FATHER ML:)lPHY Iyrznrnssd.
l-‘ether llurnlly. “la WI! """"""“"‘
rlent in the group, was ntdlliltlllz n Ilttle
" D, mi no Kennedy wag gniilrlx on
thin rdrlnwtvlg otonrl he nornnnrled In ox-
rnuld not i
Murphy then used the var
Banquet ht The Frlendly Sons 0! St. Pltrkk It the Hotel Altar, New York, on the night of March 17.
victor Herbert. President at the society.
was tan tonetmuter. and dtarhnrged
his nleannnt duty with great. ability and
that hes all the arch and gun
or a mi lrirhmnn.
Prominent among those present were
Governor wnltmnn, senator corrnan
and Mayor hlltuhel. no attendnnoe lnr
uded Nlvredenuuves from various
foreign norletlel and or the lrmy and
nnron rulrsm atznxoxn.
Following the Governor, Presldenl
Herbert introduced Illlrqr Mitchel, who
was down on the programme to reepond
to the mast or "The City or New York."
but selected ills awn anhlect. He drlolte
brleny on conditions in the City of New
York IIIKIIIK for Home Rule tor ii. and
A ionture or the evening Iran the.
singing ni the Glee Club, an ‘
erdonnlly conducted by new
pr-ngidmt or the society, ma gruldlln the Engllsll House or PArllImcl'iL
how or nl Low o lr I1 poet! inni with considerable (vrfor.
Inrl novvlini Mr. Herbert t-on-lnosrd I fhlt the lriahruon resident in thin rnllnr
wo pier!-II ' l " and w n debt or gratitude to John
having necurcd tho en-
actment or thin l-unsure. Ho said that
ml it may not he nltoxwlht-r all that oval
cl-onto F. Alonagirnn or notrnit
rrmndou to the toast oi "Tho my we; llzslrrd. but that it was n wry ma
celohrat , and other onion worn GOV‘-I Hill tor a timer
ornor Whltm Mayor Mttllbrle Job There was some epnlnnte at the men‘
Hedxvc Iml Wllmn lure. tlon oi the llallll or Redmond. lint it
The van Rur nrrhestrl t-onlrlhnled w n vollilnlnnlll
muly orrrllent items to the or-nmnnne. nrnnrar ra.u<orxcr:s noun ilru a mist.
unNillmA'lt'n mu looms. yl tho tyor had resllnwd MI
llr. Mmlnghdlfd nddreen n- n nnlren mivlrior llorneri arose and nun some
all aprrovnl l we. elm-r in all Ila indignation onlrl that he did llnl Igrpa
lmoaos, rnmuknhly well deiivernd, Ind -
the true irioh rllu to it and was altar‘
(Continued on Pill! I.)
., eon an-onion by the Anrlenl order
or lllhernlans or its xational heal.
I am not In tile business or bartering
Dnrrloltsin for train. I have never bu-
lined in hill in; my to
night ll ordrnl rn i e tront My
nine in not nnltnown among our
turles Mr, 5haron'n Incetllard and mine
have opposed Ihld nlerrileea toe with
III their Ilrellglh. Suddenly I luv de-
sert to this enemr in a moment these
few Ilrvc nl all who refuse to roiiow
them traitors to lr and.
The editorial slntes. “that l Apparent-
I alone who repudiate "the onto truetod
Iudershlu." That leadership Iin
signed its position and htammd the burn
band or In nilcn Government. '
' The Meearnper also states: “If Mr.
llclinlishlllt nltnrlhlnerl Hid nlitlltleills
onnrvnted by a delueire hour or pay“.
Narlolk convention rionhted y
ml 1- al xllnrdlhna or lrleh linen,
entertained nnen , no
t on now. indeed. i night
were ullhvrnre of the not that tho
' l non-
The most dannrnn,
candidate with up sad in r.
neII.". hold riruilsr views to mine. Did
I I I
anybody ennui a "recruit II
lconftllord in Page I.)