Che-6celsic Cimemcari‘: ‘ .
March 27, 1915,‘
I Some Cliziplers (If
V llisuuderstood Period.
FENIANISIII IN THE BRITISH ARlilY.‘
‘By JOHN DEVIII. '
History Covering A Much
the assuranve that wh
er and land on the Irlsh
mrnt, which was
lint. while rlheir sentl
all right, Curr)‘,
rareiully selected the men
in him they nllnfbered on
have, out they
in. reckless fellow: whom he
rust he knew he c u d
thought it hotter to leave
The twenty men at the
typical lot or Irish soldi
this they each paid ten
on its way to Dublin.
not a man oi
the -mllltuy lav allowed
(Copyright. I915. hi: Join‘ nizroi-.)
The most cilltlent Ind useiul men I
regiment would seize a steam-
a very prudent mun,
all poweriuily huiit men. though not all
a a shortest Derlad t
d served was the years. and one
s to Dublin on the Londn
n in the
the end of
to he sworn
Iy zoo. The
87th were a
Corporal Tierney was not arresled
until he made an attempt to kill war-
the d y pensioner who had
drilled the Cork Ferilans and turned in-
ioriner to save hlmaelt. rney wn
sentenced ta imprisonment tor lite and
s in Spike
health, and came t America.
in New llav-en, Con and the clamps-
Gael or that city. through the eitorts a
O'Brien, erected a nun
Next to John Boyle on (with
whom i will deal in s separate chapter),
the most intelligent and host educated
chambers. who at Centre or the dist.
as supposed to he an English resi-
mont, out more were not a hundred men
- wlm were not Irish and there were
silo Feniana. it was t e hanner Fenian
regiment. clianihors was born in Kil-
uenny and had a brother, James, who
was a centre in the North of England
and came over to Dublii-i'l'iefore the end
or lscs. mbers was uniortunately
married to an Englishwoman who had
face or an ape , was a-had
‘actor. Poor Tom V5 5 iuiatuated
with her and had the utniost conddonca
in her loyalty. He was absolutely hiind
to a condition that was common tallr
in the regiment.
in the early part or 1365 while the
regiment was stationed at the Curragn
Camp she reports .3!
it and was sent
She was turned out
that lie was ahout 1
that she had climbed out
informer they could only he punished for I
Llcsertlon and mairing away w is
' They all got the longest terme
m were EXCPXIIIOIII to this.
lie was sentenced to two years and ii yl
A report of the hogging.
the Daily en, wa
iiountioy prison to P J
next cell to me, he passed
rilng. It said lhut diirlng
curry ooi-or wianod or mov .
hlm in New Ymk in mi
when I met
and told him this he said
. John, I had a slxpence
The spirit and character or
3' null In‘ Ihut
I then lound that they till Iiunled in
very sen eabi the
no on tion to wesri
ed the barracks every day
party consiatlnt or Curry,.0
remember rightly. III (I0 llouee of Fit-
hare never heard of um
potato und. (in he '1
a dog as a
laugh in his pocket. can-led messages to
Yew York to Australia in inn and i
clipped trom I
ed a muscle
. "Ba .lIl)Ei'S.
with his fur-
at the canteens. Chambers deserted and
to warn hi his danger.
slicceeclcrl..hnd getting is suit
cloth:-s irom a friend in one
went to England. in December, 1865,
he came to Dublin and met the men at
his regiment almost every night and
gave me splendid help with other reglv
Chamber: was arrested with me. tried
h’ urt-martial, sentenced to death.
was commuted to
penal servitiide ior lite. He was with
men. good deal in rortland and Mill-
k, -as released with Sergeant
iiccarihy ailr] .lohn P. criarion. the only
remaining Fonlan military prisoners in
England in ms, and was at the break-
inst given by Parnell iiorriuonia
otei in Dublin on January 15th when
poor uocarthy dropped dead. cos
romained in nu n ior some years alter
his release. making harielcse oiioris to
and his faitnless wile, who lmstererl him
wllli anonymous threatening letters, but
never revealed 1' uhereahnuls except
he postmark on the envelope. l
a meeting in Dublin in 1879
America, but his health broke down and
the South In the early
'1n u‘hricri. as l romemhe as
llorll inl London or Tipperary varente.
Ihe regiments stationed in non.
no.’ so an to be on non
d when Wanted.
my stair, ho-ever. He
led Ind sentenced to, I be
lieve. ten years‘ imprisonment.
very uaeui man was iho
Ccntre or the Third Butts, a Tipperary
man named Fenness: He was In the
'rn9nt oi’ Tipperary mllllla which
mutinied some llme in t e co, on
d to he allowed to retain their
was a quiet, coher, intelli-
sergeant McCarthy I never met until
we were both in Portland Prison and
his hultli was even than visibly break-
ing down. .
with all those !l'iI.‘l! artlng elther u
rrguler assistants or as volunteer aides,
d a very eliioieat-stair, as well as
a Iturdy body guard, and the wn
the went on with great vigor until
the repeated postponemenis oi the nglit
made rondltions hopeless. and the beat
it the regiments in Dultlln and
some in other pllcea were Irrested.
LAND AND SEA LORDS PRAY.
. mo: .
' Under the caption "Land and sea
rd: at v'arayti'." o Du in in
pendent or mi-oh a printed the follow-
ing paragraph: A v
“Lord Fisher gnu practically every
day to a certain ohm-tn tor prayer an
BANQUET IN WASHINGTON.
Priests From the Catholic Univer-
sity Extol the Protestant Pa.-
tiiot Who Gave His Life for
At I ha
A iiixcrox. liaron i.- n-
uuet given by the iriah American union
kind ever held in honor oi Emmet in
the nation's capital.
lcir F. Corr acted as toaatmnster.
and -the iii-st speaker was t o ev.
Father Barry or the Catholic Univer-
sity. Father Earfyvaliloglled Emmet in
a stirring address and vigorously conr
demned John E. Redmond (or trying to
get the manhood oi Ireland to lake the
side of England.
a reverend speaker prayed that, as
d labors of Slr
ould ark t
dependent Ireland and a lioweriul Gor-
Id reeult (rum tlielr combined
The next epelker was the Rev. Father
Muller, also of the Catholic University.
He 1 r o
lab F e
the hope that the desire (or Ireland a
Nation would soon he accomplished by
his Fatherland, and paid a warm trihute
pressed of all land
Reiiulutlolie condemning the Redmond
policy and expressing undying loyalty
to the ideals of Emmet and Wolic Tono
were a o te
re ii red ll)‘
ham and James iiiyers. .
was chairman or the banquet commit-
A NEW TRIPLE ALLIANCE.
John J. Splaill Predicts That
Germany, Austria and Ireland
Will Form It.
xEiv HAVEN. coon. iiarch 1
Speaking at the st. Fatrirkh coin
tic b Dlvisiim Nil. 1, A. 0. ii.,
in Eagles l-rail last night, iiir. John .1.
spioin declare that conditlons have
never been so vromlslng as now tor iro-
innds independence; He said: . .. -
re is no denying that the gl-re’!
may [iosolbly sweep
lx liar lluwer in
industry and commerce. But no matter
what the outcome it is in tact that there
new menu for Ireland against
' n . t
e Germans lot‘
"There is t one
for the iriah rare to have in this great
the one direction to rollow. h
never been a crisis in the American na-
me that the is d o d
an I E
sell aglinst her.
through the Civil war o( limo, w
England trled to Ild the Confederary
In dlsnleniberlng the nation, Just 25 Ill!
now uslllg John Redmond to dIs-
memher the Irish race in this country
Ind ll suvvortlng hls tlnvwhlstle Iclielne
I Home Rule; we see the oiiorls of
England to break down America; and
in more recent years during tin
or the serious entanglement in Venezu-
ela, England sought to trample on the
Monroe Doctrlne but lucked down when
[II V found a lull grow man on the
b at Washin on Grox Cleveland
Would we had n ma veland
fies toIlI ti‘) Enxllrid through tho canal
liullt wlt can labor Ind Ameri-
n dnllnrl. And (hi newspaper: that
were so loud in their support oi Wilson
German sentiment. ind are
the news to create l,'‘i1Iy.Ithy
,, , .
an . .
That England II the aggressor in the
war was trom ttu lirat diplomatically
denied by Slr Edward Gvey out din.
iomalio denials are no less than bald-
"Tlie secret iallialire between iinslahd
and Japan horied no good ior America
nglnnd may oaat oi nrlsrlion tor her
American cousin while it iiords an op-
portunity tor hroirendo-an imblemtri to
swap their titles tor American heireesrs.
But the pure iriah hlooil or American
in London follows a similar habit, says
the Church Family ZVlwa1w)L "
The Land and sea Lords re in a had
"when the devil was sick, the devil s
laliit Iou 2:
rnedletion before beginning hls resnon.
liblo duties. And-lard Kitchener when
when the devil was well. the devil
Hint III he."
blood can have no sympathy in this
present coniiirt unless fnrgettlng all the
iniurles perpetrated by England against
Arnerics and ireland. which are written
on the pages or history
"The dc‘ ol a sense of humor. one
or the most conspicuous characteristics
' is well moved whon Eng-
utli A .
the atrocities in
d to place ireianrl in min‘
tried to dismoniner the united Stetce.
Her whni Ills vy is a series or out-
rage: and oppression or smaller nation-
alities. he words or the mmedlan
’ - when we hear her talk
them. it is like the lion
‘ olgium knows hctt r
else how little England‘: sense of honor
was hurt by the Germans‘ violation of
BeI5Illln’s ‘neutrality. in the ruins of
Brussels t e Germans have discovered
papers showing the secret agreement
hotwesn Belgium and England that the
Belgium territory should be open to the
English in case or war w
Ind we at uld have hellned
The Bri sh recruit-
in stations are the loosliest spots in all
lr ‘s t
ol . it i a pititul has to see
such en as Connor and Jo
lie monrl posing as [H ti leadorn and
e I’ I‘ I
yet appearing in a new r
the scarlet coat or o Tonuuy Atkins so
that it appeals to the Kciiys, the Burke:
and the eas. , -
"There is now one great change that
gives a new and poworiul irieud h the
cause of I ( as sour.
on record to aiimlart ireisnrl in a strike
(or itidenenrlvnre. and Garmany will
make good that promise. it onlv ior s
own good: (or when iraiand la indepen-
dent. England will have tor hvr nearest
neignoor a country as hostile as cer-
ma y lierseli is.
l lie Irish language. with all its new-
liiui poetry and wonrierlul songs. he
can almost extinguirli-ii by the Eng-
lish. Is to t er us that it
rovivai is due. and now the llcstmourres
oi the Gaelic language are found at the
m rsity oliacriin. how. ntnia coun-
ng movement on loot
to unite the Germans and iriah tor their
common Interest. and it does not require
great vision to ace a new rinla Allilnce
arruie the an. Germany, Austria and
Irtland, with England In between: then
‘An-ithcr weaker who hrought a
strong message was the Rev. Father
Joscllll Flynn. of S I-'rauriI' Church.
whose subject was Faith and Fuller-
even though they have leit their native
OREGON IRISH AND GERMANS
HONOR EI‘.‘.lMET‘S MEMORY.
Robert Enimct Lllerary Society and the
consolidated German societies oi Port-
. March 8.-The
blrtlillziy oi the great Irish Dltrlol, Rob-
ert Emmet, and adopted a resolution by
a unanimous vote protesting to the
President or the united states against
shipment or arms and war munitions to
heiiigerenta in the European wa A
in also was raised by sun-
scription at the gathering to be divided
speaker or the zveliing, denounced John
R "Hill. arch-apostatc e
was widely applauded and the name or
Redmond was hissed throughout the
Ernst itroner, the prlnrinai connaa
speaker or the evening, introduced lh:
resolution opposing Ilie contilzuzillper.
mission or ml and munl.
lions to belilgzreuis. and Father urog-
ory in a short dlsruuzd the
German view oi the war and the pellet
and roniidence that in Germany’: run
at the programme. the speerh or non.”
d Jllse l
hot I-lnlvei-i were aooornpnnlai. 1,.
rmieasor Thomas nooiln. nl
presided river the ineetl
TACOMA FOR IRELAND FREE.
Germans and Irish Holi1.Eiitliusi-
astic Demonstration in Honor
Tacom ed he 1 i
only of the birth or the [lien patriot
and martyr, Robert Enlmci. in the ana-
clans hall or st. Leo's rin the evening
or March 4.
ouse was crowded to its ulirlolt
many had to o awn.
unahle to obtain admittanc
ieties pa ticlp ted and the
grcattcst enthusiasm uzurkeci the
The speaking was preceded by 3
Redlich, who acted a
n petied the proceedings with a low
well chosen and claquent l'GI'lIuIIa! l-lo
wlsilollowed hy the st. Leo‘: band with
some choke Irish airs uniier,the able
direction of Austin Morris. sctlulra
orchestra also rendered some choice
Among the others who contrihuted to
t rogramma were liilss
garot Mcnonagh. Master
‘Prendergaet, Plill And Dorothy Cress-A
man alias Malgarct Bulntl. ii'illl.n.]
.’lillIiay,niitIT I.Caiinlln. . ,
songs by lilo iiovrunn Singing s,...,.
r- i'eiclv0t1 nilli npliroriailvo
ran, tixplcs o liiciiniie at ncoiil;
so many Gorlilalie In the nu-iirmo .,.,,
lug with the Irish in lion.-um; llolivrl
ilichaci Doivil, in the Paul .. .,, M
able and clnqilrnl arltlirs
tit work a
and in the end gave up his-lilo (or iv,
land or his iovc.
The spoaior (lcsrllllril the union 0,
land as iinilnluial 1
declared tiln g lah hurl not a ainiii-it
ed the irish. "lielanti should nlnlm in,
on in ll “a d the Worst .,
them niii be lit-tier to Ilia Irlali prowl!
than England's hast"
Great nnpiauso toilnn-on lne an.-airy.
recitation nl’ Ell]
mct's ericeih from tho docir. lie in,
i . Alhi-ocilt, of llio tn,
the irllson A<liiilnlsli'atloli. , W
place you can tlilvl neiilrailly in ll
country la in the riitlloriri
THE KING, THE KAISE
' By JAMES
R AND IRISH FREEDOM.
The most uiz-to-dlle book tor all Americans to study. The work is Lvlliqlrv
Aosorhino. concincina. and-oi vital llilnrsl. Tllie Iinok shows how Engl.-....l
has mobilized the News or the world-
How she ricstlolcd Irlhh lnriusnicvt
English atrocities In Ireland-The ilctrayal oi lielanri in the Home [lulu ll.“
-why England will never grant IlCl‘<lvVi’VI to Irrlan(l7Hlzw English enrlrly
leninu iriah leaders.
A POWERFUL APPEAL F0
The Germans in the rolled States
R JUSTICE T0 GERMAIII
erman E r iy and cliaracm
aivhat Germany could do (or irclantl-Germany ilic trlcnd ut lrclanda
Sir Roger Caaem-.rlt‘s mission to Sc
THE REAL ARIERICANHTUBLIC OPINION.
Hon‘ England is lengthening tn
ilneerinw she vin-
o Am-rlcan bread
celves America hy the false stories or Bclzlarl htrurlllrsesl-‘iilzllsti morl
ties in the United states-ll
ow the E!
rlileh still-ii naie talrcn ueay ills
commerce of the United states since August. lrlil.
“ Europe. Not Ellglalfd, Is The illoiller Country Of America"
The only war nook Irrllteh by an American which treats Germany lalrly
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