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The Gaelic American - Vol. XII, No. 16, April 17, 1915, Whole Number 605.
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The Gaelic American - Vol. XII, No. 16, April 17, 1915, Whole Number 605.
11 January 2014
New York [N.Y.] : Gaelic American Pub. Co.
Joseph McGarrity Newspaper Collection
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,1‘ Vol. XIL, No. 16. Whole No. 605. I NEW YORK, ARPIL I7, 1915. EA CE. ....r . .........n.. ......-.o... ..r-s.. Ihu rs..ms.. .r "R3... r..'i..n. Y..nn4nru-auto! o-.,....‘..r M-rwhi. mr. PRICE FIVE CENTS. IENRLAND S REIIiN OF TERRORISM IN IRELAN Auger ill The People Rising A reign of terror exlsts In Ireland is All low is suspended. er. ept military law; liberty of the press will In Ibjecl failure, In spite of t etrurts at the British Government on have betrsre . or men who have joined the army troru the Nntlonallst pans or lrelanrl, according to the regretful ntlnllsslnns oi England’: trusted oiiltials does not aricrngc ' u county. and those who larger uuuroer bsceuae hi or you s .1 rnteir driven it-oru their em- prluuiont-I not hai-ing the price ol‘ tneirnnssagc to Arncrita. were race to ace uith the sliernarire or enlisting or ‘and Ind they hurt to go to the trout. John t n he --recruits" who have onswereri to ihls cull. adds to them ever‘ mun of 250,000 Irlallmeii lighting for England" and swsggei-s and struts round England boosting. of his great work for the Em; ir ii . But the Eligllsh Gaverriiiient Is not of this is that BS" land has had in Ireland since the Rebel- lion 0! 1792.. ‘ ‘ v That is s ioctor which Lord Kitchener '5 I It‘ the front tiurlng the llrst S n( tile war. Arid England dares I10! P? lllice thla force. is xii iiv.rl:sr.s '11! all -rr.uunlzrzr,p. That this attempt to terrorize Ifslllld dmond Voting E canoe“... who coruru these otrencies units the rrralssty oi 0"“ R“"“"" u s aiior rest the snlrlt or hostility I0 s rnrlvll on the increase. p 1' Ryy1ilu‘Preas. hriheci by "I9 :3‘ orbitant prir.ss,psid tor re"“I“"‘ rcrtisernents. makes " ses sa it possibly liiinlrnlze their imporisnu. trn papers would suppress the no paper we sn- hulseculiiiiis liuiiig on All 0l'er The Country. Iluiltr "Ill: Ilcleuce Of The Realm Act, for Wliicli ‘Ilie llediriiiiiililes Voted. for Interfering Willi Rccruiiillg-New papers Suppressed, Pulllic lleelillgs Pmlliliiicd. .leil lleptlrtcd from Their I Homes And lleavy Peliiiliitx Inflicied For A Few Trivial Wards-. ‘ Arid Many liecruilillg (liiiccrs < Assalllled-rRepressil‘eMeasures Irorelntllcclual And Rediilond's Appeals To Join The Army Fall Flai. the war The corn Frrc I"rn'.r also. sl- to cover every cuss and taking only those praseciillon: )‘<-lmrlcd by the in pers wlilc value by one nuiil. the show- ing is most rcmarhsblo, ' is reported at grcoiost Cork FVN! Pie The length hy the .1 TYPICAL ORK CASE. iFi'lmi the tori: rrrr, I"-Sn, lirlarvla 23.) At the Police court yesterday, belora Messrs. R, F. Sliirlde, l't.zi n the choir. 0 a. and D. Horlzlii. T. ., two is p Michael hiuicshy, 77 Evergreen street. sud Denis Desmond, .ii steohen street. were charged by District inspector wslsl. fo contravention oi the Detours or the Realm Rcizlliotions. ' I’) said tor inc present he would charge lmlll doicndsnts under Article 5:. or the Regulations. ior hsv- ing cried in is manner prciudicial to the puhlic ssiciy and the deiencs oi the sail ad t c lie whet or he case was o Inr trlnl by Collflmlfllll. HP prupnueil take s e evl enire and ask for In aajournrucnt until he lmrd iron: the military authorities. wiiiiarn liiohalis-. 57 Roi-he‘: Bulld- ings; stated that he was u rccruitirrs ngent. out nail-pest elcr-en on sat- rras on Patrick’: izridss Pltrlrk strect, run the derendont nul- cnn- vrhtsrl dime . Il'lI.I lllllcah)’ snake to him. saying. "There is o rt-r-riilt.“ pointing to Dan- “You lrsri hettcr tnlrc hint up-" witness lookcrl ut nesruonrl. and noticed mot and at his elcs was not good. and to have his iilxht 1951"‘- to liiulcshy. "would you com ist with him‘ ziiuhaitv said would he so (or. He witness took nos-rnond olllce. . Star!-zle-Were there nluuy ner- sous present at this time? witncss- ‘here vrcro Persona passing by. but i no, not kilo!!! that they toolr any notice. . iii. Il'i‘il<li’I do not attach much emphasis on vilint Iriiili lvlare it PM‘ rick’: EVII Ills'rLRlIr.n 1m: rirrlii'i7iNa omcs. Witness. toiiilhnlmz. said while Dea- nsondis hlglilv was hoing tested st tho riccruiting oiiicc. iiuirohy mills in and sight and min. mging sod suehrlnz. and said to Dee W V .. urn‘, no not mug is nglrl tor Eiigllinrl that nerer are us an.VlYI5!IS." and used some nasty lgnsuagn In llelpcrn. r, “'ialsh>Ball2r xivrl the W"! ,.,.-ds. We Ire iirrusinnird to land it . '“".%:;::.::”..... .. ... a it but more Ill’? some iemsles in court. 't ivais -T t is their n n busi- ‘. lhsv con rlrar out it they do 00! nes . . ,. . m(l:’ntroirrn(:rLiie ran vlrlir. the words n. e we witness omits the words corn- nlalned or mi a slip paper. which . IIO HOT! . “‘s'l'nndgedrr‘i:lInliIn(. said iir. Brode- i‘i‘. “t‘:f.'recr.riting clerk. Inked nul- r B I r lute hut it would not so. nu ’"’ 0 t him outslrlc. Mliluhi M me" Mn and lilr lirorlerlcir out came in sow‘-ma “mt ‘Mr en '" “M .)ipytilrcet and made use or mm. on t s In si u c. He uld "“ "m ..t enllsl. curl icsrs his that he would u apla starring 10' " as also d sires them the same space as It via: in the habit or giving such thing: Dela" lo nght no would dght Ior his country d sud u a some nasty lords. . . erIl:k told him thst he Ivua conrrnitting s serious oircnce sud to go away lie would not go away. and silne directed to go tor the police. witness o fire the two could do anything to him. y that svening ho accompanied the police to tlccrgreerr street sud nw Des- mniirl at the corner or Biirmck Etreot. He said. "Tliui. is a nice thing you did to on t - sy nd drew out and struck w triess. He was going to strike ngnln and the poiics‘cnught him. Mr. Sthrkle-Did Desmond any any- thing nreiudiclnl to recruiting: witness-He did not say suythiug it at . - :ilr. stsrltlo-it that is so he does not l'Iri he secti - e conic . iiir. would come under octlon ..l. . ir. stal-ltie-was thsrc snythlug to A‘ Indicate that he ms or recruiting agent: The witness salt-I s Wu wearing a recruiting hsdgs. u- rrr. irr:cill'i1'b.tin. .lohn Frhricls iarodcciclr. is ssirnorsi rd ‘last witness hrought in the doicnclant to asked him what lilislnesa he had there. sud liiulcahy said he h no business. rind said to two revrults h vs re in the olllre not its Jriln the srlrly, that they uid e irsitors lulmcdlsie cry oh!eI'iloh- the street. and lie returned made us of z I’ able expression. The two men who hrtd come to enlist ieit. and witness lost the t ivitr-less cautioned ling n scr children ot the soldiers were starving. s mun laws were the best to live under. He also said he had brothers in the unuy. and they were - (or oin- Witucss then caught him and told the rerriiltlxig agent to go for the lmiice. He resistctl and (oil to the ground. Wit- n the E as 5' ti = struck witness in the 1 ran d w eroiino street, and picked up stones and threatened him not to ioliow them. somebody shouted met the police were coming. Ind the defend- nnt run away ‘then was act ns un- der the orders or copta n nundss. the rccrnitipi: omcer tor the district. The dcrendopis did not uslr Iny ones- I nus. John Ring. O'Brien‘: Place. said Its w 5 going to [hit ballot Exchange on Saturrliy last about 1 dclnclt. 5 lie gain! had three brothers ioincd the army. sud that h was not getting sepa- ration sliowunce n-om uny or them iionsiiy was convincing him to join the 5 sitcr I'lll1ess'l cssc, sndoiulcahy ssid they did not csro so long as the men. and they won whey and isrniiies starring, Ind added that he would Join the army ss soon ss o nil‘ r e rucn srourrd him going there iirsirrncl lie used bad lautzua e. no grncrsliy corroborsied the previ- witness. At Ilils sisgc. Mr. wslsn Asked that the rieicrrrinrris I-e remanded ior eight days or soonr-r. .liuiroii.v said his mother us rcrr Ill. and tlwre was only one sisrc.-‘lo lo all her Mr. lvslsn rsiri tor the precvnt the magistrates could not srirnit the scruscri to hail. h The s (‘liuIrirlIl-l against ilulcshr t was in t he sdo use or lougusgs likely to rrreiudics recruiting: and against llcsrnoud that no ‘oiislrllrlerl and . ' ...r..g under the direction -1 s corn- pslent military author ty. .liui- ’pr Ions IRELAND'S VOICE STIFLED. Ton Nationalist Papers Suppres- se . is edmoiid’ii Rotten . Orgnii Livtis an Tainted oliey .-Mein erli oi Parliament .' Forced to Contribute Fifty Pounds a ear Out of I161)‘ ‘,El1glIsI.i Salary for n Corrup- ’ tlon P nil. lay suilrusr-ins Exllreu.) ptis i., r . olosirrir In t Hill. of Irish neiliplhlsrl llllllirvued IV)’ [ha Rrlllsh Government In Ireland lint": December I, IMO, with lmvrnxlmllu dutch: him. nor; Arllliir crililth, ediur; Diihlln. Noveiulycr 35. I914. Murbozrrnotti editor; DIIIJIIIL Derembrr 1. 1914. . Lnrliin. editor; Dlihllll. December 3. IIDH, oi. Arthur crloith, edi- ec niber 4. I910. r. iilacsvreeny. editor: ‘ork. Dncelllber 5. I91 . The Ct"; edited, nrlnled Ind Dub- lshuo by s corlt cily printer. l.le.-our nor 1. 15H. t - ‘TIU7 Ivorkrr; edited I?! Jlmel Con- IIOIIIZ Dlllllln. Jlnnarv 10, I915 . P edited by -Arthirr orlinth: Dublin. ilsrcir ii. ma, E iillicxeili. President or the Irish Volun- orguulzstlon; Duhlin. hlsrrh 20. 1915. the cue at the Irish Il'or'kI-r. be- ti-snce into the premises or the primer. u d with large an sledses proceeded st once to srnasla the in: and muclliuery. They look the ryiin- acre or the printing Pfeuel and stored til:-or in the v Du tip ’l“hc t)‘ that was not scattered shout the floors or tlzlured nu lulu: miller r-rinisr pas an ad vesnrrre worirs being ii;.tuirord.street.. Duhiiu. - st us more the errcclert tiny or puirliutlon he pspc xcrcrthclcss the pups.- was issued and ciesriatcheri lo the scenic Ill over the muntry w ere it was Iinle (or two dsys heiore ins police he- nrs uur-. 1 ihe tori. They thcn went nbniit visiting all nevlalxelllll’ shops and ocnrnndirrg III on III e simply was sold out bcrocs polite Arrived. ‘ilreisndi us a nevi - piper. rounded by iunrls rsisco by pri- vote subscription. to.roice. irisn it - llonuliilt opinion. Thll her a n sari! owin o the (act tint the leading dilly newspallcr vililrh Ill hither! irish Parlllirienlary rm . . olutely <oiitl-oiled by the Pnrly vrhp. c few months ago. ndunced several Ihnusnnd pound: to get It out til the Ilnlnclal dllllcllltlea Into whirl: the me!’ rllrertor-in-t-lilef, Tlinmns sexton. hlti rllll IL the .. 5: =% “: :3 .222 on can : e S Member: of Plflllr nient. This 130 it spent on lieeplrlg the United ii-ish Lcsgue alive nod for suir aidising the papers which support the Party. . St-is-nan and Pulls. Ila IL! nnme In- dicates. wss a yaver wholly msrle up cuttings (rain other nuwsriupers. These fllttllllll were most ll (mm the ltndlnll Enxllah nutspnpers. hir:lud- ing the Lnndon mics. ' Daily News. Mom on Post. hotly Chm... icle. llauchrctcr Guardian. ei c., hr Ni Illesn ex -ere bllshzrl don. nrrd Fizritarll. the orgsn or the rrdcr-errdent Labor Pnr or Gissg Thus to punlish thst him was per. rrritied circuiruion ss ordinsry new. matter in England was rusds iroaimn In ircisud uniirr the new veto .- rupr trnment (or at period 0! (on years. jeoooj Englsnd is expericncirrg considerable dlmcully In xettlnf enousll nieillrnl lilen Ind surgeons or or nrmr. Tho don Lancet of llllrrlt ‘I3 nliblltihel I let- ter from t s Director-General or the Army hledlrsi service cl-lpuiing ror Isllnrtlr suld that no 8 "‘ as this time one shouslgvjnln thF""", out srcun six or in hlulglhynshld when he would so thc . - tr (continued our Page 5,) PROVIDENCE. INSISTS Pkoviui-‘x E, R cit has never sccu hlnusinstic lnccting Iniuilry lion 1., April ‘l.vThlI n rincr or mnru Ihitn that held at iatit cloning. un or t strict d nclurllllly In tho Eiirum-An wsr In tho stoirpsirs at tho ruunlllonu or n r hit-In are iimv hclnr: scnt from this caunlry to Enrinlld And hcr Allies. o e mt-rninir llaltt-I‘ and lilo two non all 11 rc u it as 1 re- nn.i dovolo much rts or Alla rrrorocuilnlul. "Tlia ID891- ‘ennui ti lrish socicllcs ncld In lrllnhlry nlllastlilxill to insist on nlrltt neutrslily or this country brought out possinly tno largest crown t t st-or sought sdmisslon to the building. --Long more the spr-slurs wero nounccd the pour. Kain wnrning that o the ruil capacity or the hull hud is en retrht-d. The suggestion to hire Tslnln Thcslr so Ill llill into the nnin-rnnms. there wsrs lines ni nlcn and is main nisica pclng tlnrtl op-n. rm-etlnx isrnnosiliph n Ibhndorlni the Illlllorllleu sxm Qhoush‘ the sill: of lli'I>.els'Iras stopped." The EI'(‘7ilng Trlbtnrt thus drsrrlhed the rrowd “lnflnlry ll:ill prnrcd far too lnurlcurlats to sccorrmdntc rho great throng or lmonic who lrilil evening luerl 2 9 grand til i h for its oiricrt the ir liltlirig or the acrrrul rare rirl I crcati n r riliah scntlmcnt r Sn t wss nrnuasp up rrlrsu anrrrr Deccrihlng the good rcciillg the Irish And he-tween Gerurnnx. the Krrr-o says: canucctcd the thnae toirlfort those stsnoing ' 1 round their gloved hands failed to mani- iest the enthusiasm they fell." Four coni;-Iulen or slslwnrt irish vol- snllthrlly or the Irish and man: rrotcssor csnlillo rou xlenrs or Brown rnirerslty l-rcsided. and the arrcsirers cougrcssmsn holdt Louis ' sud Jersrnian A. 0'Lmiry And John not-oy ol xrw York. CHAlR.Il.1.Y h-1.ir.vzi:'s slvrrscirr. Iriltinprllng the meeting t-roicssor itierrse sold in part: we. Arrierlnn citizens or Gcrmsn Ind Irish descent. srs inc: here tonight becnuse we nrc convinced that the great ntaiorlty or the itruet-iclln pcopls are sincerely a avor oi- naillrllliy during the prcseut Euroocan struggle. ‘(nil II) should he one or spirit as cttcr. i voice the sentiments oi sll z o L‘. . we r Irell II til 0 REAL NEUTRALITY Splendid Eailitrilig OI German And Ir'L<li Citizens Packs Great Hall Aiid Denounces ‘Ill: Partial Attitude III III: Adiili isiraililu In The European War-Germans Prostcutcd for lnlraciiiius DI Neutrality, Illiile Flagrant Euglisli Viola- ’ lions Ea Enpilnislleil And The Allies Art Supplied Willi The Mean: 0! Keeping l'p Tile Struggle-Sllllmarillizs Still In Sections In Canada. llilt Secretary Bryaii Arxepls ‘Ill: Manil- . Iztiiirers‘ Lame Denial And Takes No Action. cent: the people at the Cnited Shaka. "Not y are millions or the inhnblb other neutral nations. therefore. for bllance, judgment. ma above all (or correct Information. at all rwuiral notions. however. the United states. muse or 2- do t - lion in th wo d. must consistently i st eutraiity IIJI lung not hate Prvsvrved for ourscliu lutel)' unblasorl frame of mind “)<rn'H::<n1‘o" oocrn Anni-axs. Professor klelsze described conditions cousin 3' min.’ PQDPIB of iirh clcsccnt in this country. l-is llnucd- ' ' Eng- con- -'li'o'srs lwre as citizens or the united be nation can hope 0 re h llldizuiunta even Ippmxlmllal: WIS! Ind utu e. "we in this country Ara very fortun- tie in having st this luncturs n v-set umber ul voters who ahsoiutcly div- usreo with the prevailing point or slew us reiiectcd hy the majority or our news. = the wise interest or the united states in a diriiruit spd trying Period or her hlhtor)’- - "That we -Irtiinlly are ioru Ameri- eiiria-even though I‘ orer . and Irish-Americans hsrs I record nor‘ lcngll. sud brood h t n anrestorn or or vo shed their i-loos tor the rounostion or this vnion t hove d o n are prepared to do our ruli share Vinny or us 2. . much long r rec rd ol American dcs-‘ A'OIIl‘lH')' may stand bo- fnre (ha world the truly gun: 179,“ Nlsllvn." ‘h MR. BJRTHULDTS ADDRESS. Jlr. Rlrhnrii Bilrllmldt was then Ins lrndilved by tho chairman and was re- """d "'11 heurlr -lllllause. He said In part: "I III’! Klnii til the U‘ to tell you how the great “-8,. I K ni-poriuni J no go rave “who: i am going to try my he call- ed 6 Dru-G present when i suy that via all neiievs nredlosl nlcn tor both the homo and ioreixu service. ., I that this unrortunsts wzr dccplygcou- tcosrtaoeo on no: 1.; "