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The Gaelic American - Vol. XIII, No. 6, February 5, 1916, Whole Number 647.
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The Gaelic American - Vol. XIII, No. 6, February 5, 1916, Whole Number 647.
11 January 2014
New York [N.Y.] : Gaelic American Pub. Co.
Joseph McGarrity Newspaper Collection
A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF IRISH art so V&>x‘x‘.VtxVx‘:t%V&‘:: VW‘:V<gsbnsxxs:x‘<xV“ INDEPENDENCE, IRISH LITERATURE AND THE IN’I‘.I:‘tBI:iS'IS OF THI. IRISH RACE. Whole No. 847. antmoanseeono-e:...ya.ti.. Orl. i.lon ll lhl vomiti- tm. XulA N Y urIiJz'IEIlC1l>X Ibnkreunl Mnrciii NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 5. 1910. rlncl: mm dtnrra (1) rear Illeir children, or to hey for reasons, ltel told. but u hr be out or pIai'E ml: m.1.VL'lJ THE LACE .Vl)L's'rlcY. nip ])llhII(' that the)‘ were in uviii it-ish l-at-e w it-h hail heen die- inleetetl, but that the really free from Infection was to may he ‘ ii ce th 2 3 t on i the trials or a tit-erein Thon iin lIFI1l‘il(lIlEf‘Y tihose cart wns upset by the VIVEIQKBI lIl0I.<‘Il'>t‘aI’. The our 2 'as insistent in her tieiiiaiids rnr cam pensntion for the loss oi‘ tile fish and (‘PS5 is a malierlleiietlt it-iahrnan was the castle Jew t - '<h 2 a.- u ' 3 n 2?; yshi a -o ctilltolit" l)It‘illIPiI in min, he got hotti hull lrishitino." IIH‘ tit‘ V g iittttessitittal IIlSIl ittmns iin. ale . tl"t’1rIIiI0l1S tit ihrlv l.’Ii’(‘i is .t n.ti frnm I‘IIlKItlTtlIr lltitliri lih lsilililtlil liliohe THE STAR colllslliitils‘ :.ll:.l Atltiit-lice At Carnegie Hall Sees Dull Tilrce. Ritll Lady Tuberculosis, tier‘: Lesser llnli Add .'il'r. ITilst)ll's,Cillli:;tur Oi‘ Tile I'll.-t Playing The Chief NUIC5‘TvIIIC“' Drive The Wearieii Tan 195 Out Rtullrli Ill I;TIlIgIlIg Ip Lord Ilnlliio. Asks Motley To Teach Irish Moillcrs Ilow Ill Rear Cllildrell-Nllllllng About The Peal- tliollltt Trantl Or ller Ilisiniectetl “ Irish Lace " Made clli Gives Himself Bally. ililllley in Two Capacities. Herself, On Her Own Fine titcir ltiiisa Iornler rfDl’9>(',nl:ilIi9 Sunk‘ til tiu- sttnlri s (7 t- r - her hiiiiiorous lI(l!"llIlll"es iti -' lirniehteii liolant n for (tin tiriilians in’ t t ili.- Il'(lnI s Iiloril oiie still SUIIVK‘ t:tlti,i.iiil In>'Il loit ei he or] 2 ? E til atniliatli on the part of the e site titlniittcd "alter hi it the slums. where whoit- iairiiiies t(' . stories remained un- t reviial here will not hnotin lIlt’.ii. Iler method of it is w tIcl’eI0iJllt1g the lush lnur,- lllihlnlt‘) ima- 0 . open an opposition for-tory in l.oii- . nu e don. setiire the vatro .; or man)‘ guise of iiiiiletnthropi, iiiidersell the lrish-mode tiro ntliet the ]ll’0L’ec.’I5, This 0 was cnahlizd to do by assuring the rctisonably sate onli may to be 3E , he splrlt of L'I'll'IstIan t‘IIurIly might. he tut-net-l to her twin pro t unit that or inlda There was tin old st-otch steward whose life-long service on t e Aherdeen nntily estate entitled him to l'ei'ognI- Why tint bring him In "II lion. 1 2 lsree Isle" nntl hate her irish XVIIVIHI5 hai- his pension? Su sltu Ivilill a sa ' oithniiiteti hint cnretaiier and cost levied on the tnxiiaiers nttariurn, hail the tilt was essential that a it-ih he it the II it iotintl tor the st-o h steunt-ll at lrish ta‘<DaV<‘rs' expense. the hand for n “".ITel' supply of some Itlnil tor the smv ltariillli was tmke Ki 5 huge, lute, Was not aoiiret-iatt-ti hy the irish taxpayers. sucl-i Ire ‘ a. 7m: .4r'nm.wr: WI-t'Ali‘III[7 nrrr. there was that ioite on tho Dub- ni- iand (I as, contpetisntinn. hut with bargain at holtononn. on rondlllon that the ilsn SIl0uItI he.-ante hers. . he remhined 4? 551 -o D E n -t 3 her IIPKEHETEIQ non, Lord it Haddu was the reiiirul sure. he told man: dies or Irish aity which, like her trial: lace. were u the V s a cheerful liur end the pro is longed whinlllgs of llersclf hecnnic i-en‘ e Tired people wet passin tlii Alan, or those viito i-eninlnud unused themselves ii.v i'rUIi‘lZtng the occnpnnts oi the VIFIOHS hoxea. their dress. av- pFa.rBIl('E and Iv(‘Il:n'Im‘t and not lith- retta out on c I0l'I'nalit'e there was a rush en mow stage where lierselr held fa: the inlorinnl rerehtiun M.4.L0.Vr.‘ SEES HI.iI.<h"u' IN THE lrlntss nudier Fiettl Malone‘: oontritttttton to the In"re was only second to that or Lilli; Tllllerullatlls IIl‘l'suII II9 look 1 anti ‘c ‘I’illtII(‘)' Thr "vrotesslanul trim it! lim mil no nr.n' [hr rl tV‘l‘t" .144 I t tnisli hr noicr Ifl)xi3t'iI tho honti s it-e-rm.-.. on u! ttihir inntiiiit alitint lcnglnnil, ra IItltI:r'y ritntl nit lines tli:tii or tow r.llt-.> h‘I'l,L‘.VlIll7 it-tlllli’ til‘ lltlslz ililvm ht-l l $2 :3- ALL IRELAND DENOUNCES LATEST BRITISH ATTEMPT TO DESTROY IRISH EDUCATION REVIVTING VTHE PENAJI. iuvis Head, Calls Franciscan Fathers i League, there were limitations ininosert n int-eting nn Jnulllr)‘ H or the Almond 3 D purpose or the Got-erntneat was pdseot speak with moderation on this dues in nstoniehed It the impertinenre wlllrh a mi origin or democratic (OVEYIHXI ier V . . t “uni-e sense to hnve or to hold my real utlle ar uid Mr. Gllllrnn. “and e r nnrl -i-otilii he neglecting his n-innlfeet dut)‘ it that round nit i'tImtI(’rn suIlRIlllilP in w tninsitpattttiie. lat him sat. iwronr. tilt‘ HIM‘ ore tttith nun, tho otierittionl (31 Min ucfoiii-e oi lhe Rulnl At-t Thitt is the u 1 em nt in upon the Trrrnu of the u a" ‘NOT OFFSPRING OF BRITISH INSTITUTIONS America Ihs Character And Genius Of ller Own. Insists Congressman Jules A. (inlliran OT Boston . Ringing Speech Delivered In Iiotlse Of Represen- IIIIVCS Denilnncing As Spurious Anti Superficial Clninls Of The Anglo- nlnnincs That All Tundnnlentnl liigllls Oi I lied States Are A Iieritnge Beqnenllied To [5 By England-People Illa Give llislory This Interpretation Are Tliries Am! Not Genuine Americans-Constitution A Protest Tc Tyranny OI Anglo-;ntttln Oilgardly. some or the things wlitth tuners... niilit Jllueii .-1. Glillhxil xs:IJ in his in. Xrlulll’ nntl Iurt't'(uI Amt-ntsn IIJ('r-tit I the lloitae oi lteiirest-tiinttmt are. l "I wish that the it A'If!l‘4>Et5 aft “'ssIlIlIgluli, Th! FIIIIPI“ 01 his ffuunrrg ‘ ii‘ I our llzml-3 Ill! Vcillslaill sl'liIy shite lllc ofainlllg or this um 9011-‘ mil ml the at (‘r tide of the AIIA.'liI<'. I The one adlllrllIIiI0n Ithiih sunda- out in lhai itniiersttlintile dncuiiient and whivil this into more to do in allamnl r--e t: r IHHHCIIFQ liia tilirninn to heunre or enutugling hon “UIII we hold the position tar -y itnitli we lIl(Ii o.-ouiiiett the Ilnr would ) oi attiitiil -iditins had been iisotl tuwartl the European war anti the one or 'nleri action’ towdrdt Mcxlm, we slioiilti today orcitpy in the rid is mind niurai etninenc xurs rounded or the universal gratitude nnd mlniirntlon or the nations "The mod t-tolent propaganda work- 2 e d at. at know whether it is n d w as or n deetuutod prelitdit-e, hut it is ntuithievoii. md unpatrlotit-. ' l Those l-eoole who st-t-it to g‘ -e us .. I‘ on, ie nets 5 3 = 3 E D ex 5‘. E" n 9. "I do not he eve tor a m0l1IL'uI tnnt anteriea or vie know it IUJIIAA i an oil- sm-ins or lh-iii-:h inatititttons. 3 ha - eon called hit the ururatters or new on In Vl‘Illl‘h thr- rights or man oct'llP)' the ioreninst [Hare and the new or the people is not more the pcfulllr 4‘, moment " nu-aamnn Jam”: A. tldllitan of ed at lhlrl)-nlinllhi or Reilrvsentnv xlnaaai liiisetts deliver Bddrvsti in lhr louse tire 3 II ti 4 ...ti e i Hslor) are not grniiirte Anterirnnii. ; an We Tories. ' . ich notnhln tontrihution vet iitnti ores: t . iiud u the war has pradui-ed then hlnsaocniisetts Cottgrettsiimt i m'ucv: hln wordn. He up his caatigniion of the iiro-British news papers, tn.-liieni-es and lnttii-idiinls, iv e einrt-d r en rrerlit no-rallm "h)phcIuIed AmPl’I-' on nl." whole lo,t-nlty and iitleliti to thi- Repuiilit-. lie thundered. ti: o been riroien on n hundred hnttletleldoi. He. riditnil the idea now being eir.-tilntad i H‘ em. Ind det-lured till! it was the tran e.oi the Arnericnn Constitution no a rate: ‘ the tyranny oi oiignrcliit-ni England. established democracy here in its plenr ltitde. ma ui-eerh was cordially nnd ire quenll! appllilrled uld at its close M!‘ an vnn no cangrnlulned vrnrrnly by inornhera or hoth portion. Following is the speech on printed in the Counter Rrrord: t are ranfrontinl Ill" there is need or the melt disinterested pnrlotiant if they are to he discussed -ind settled tor the . ntions well-being. Let me any at [ht outset (hit I Am one 0! Ihule who believe in getting ready. r shad ornily Mud uncnansenhly tor n at-n.-t-nntnte or int be viewed ulmly in all ingn betore n judidoul decision may he reached. No one mu: ipoe s’.n’ cnn reunion for ht-insint -bout Inch n hr- I4it’Ill"(‘..lIQ:e that this country now need’: .ilr. T7i.uIiPl’. we must be raini in tho ti - ' re s new ones tttsstmi linie Ml’Il(lI. lino we must be Just in our V‘ . In-nrlnr upon our n tlonnl lite. and our titwlstcii rnurl he Hill‘ ironi every other tollzlllclnllon lhzm thi vulture or IE1) xtttioii "HOW nmusary this ttniper or mind is in the Drelenl crisis is nilnnrent to no has IJEFH iolloxing the uni ll 2 ti n in will the harden of taxation, Inch n pinphet of evil would be hushed tn scorn. xv sxrnti GLIAG .tLLrnzi'ct:s. Yet strnnze to sly, melt in the un- e:Per'ted turn events have token. How did it n-open that it-e. who were intr- I the I‘: i: need fur. nnd with no cause or intense befors the grant wnrrins animus, but e r nre Ibnlll to talio .l'. Spenker. the Pollnlr," has n rlsht Io klmir the one . WP)‘. for its suprente lnteremi are in c'ar Re v(iIVed I! is ill: dilly or pro. sentntiie of the people to non out -than hlnnte should he put. it hlnme there be. that e Inn)‘ at intelligently um p.. trIo!I<‘nIl)' tor the bent lntera-is of the hdtion. . i wish thnl the Flrvwell Arldrell or tiasliihgton. the Fntller r in Cd in hnri it n it our hnntlu (or consrnnt U2 nperiing PI (‘minim on the other side e Atlnns n one it all! in that intiwttannttlo do-.-uinat and V1’ Irh has had more to do in nhnpinx the in n that ire tlloitlri be not only neutint in their onairela but nblollltely gm. itrttul He Urns n ise mm and a (mat ustriot Wntllti that his advice nxd I.lt'(-II iollotied and that we could anpear bolero the world t in-. an i tninlt he would note us tiilpenr. with out ei-on the suspitlon o( lnvoringtanl aide or the other. GROPLVG Ix Lowrtdxns. "When this treinend its out w in peaceful and friendly re- lation with In t e be] not ta. A5 hltml prutl - tome: our pro ldcmlnl mission ' to rnnt t-let nl1‘Il 1 , nd the trlendnhlp or El was II 1 our 1 e were in no way involved The futon or our wuxnlry deiaeade no in h re turn it-ont war with my I E e. Our utiny pointed to the supreme oince which an did our rountry IOVIC peace nd . anti everything seemed to lndirste that ours Wu to he the high Ind noble than or pelcennker. The l>rt-stdentn Message on neittrnit i with itniterul oeclnint. s we l w nt in n now. A e did we hold the posklon ltrday which men oer tn war 1 no it: in my inamout in no other mluner will we no sin. to mm on the kind of we .1 I (‘lose Ind the balllgeteum tvroula be (continued out me at)