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The Gaelic American - Vol. XIV, No. 52, December 29, 1917, Whole Number 746.
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The Gaelic American - Vol. XIV, No. 52, December 29, 1917, Whole Number 746.
9 January 2014
New York [N.Y.] : Gaelic American Pub. Co.
Joseph McGarrity Newspaper Collection
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”Jaw-e...- W.u4, < . .. a . r sery . A JOURNAL DEVOTTED TO M CAUSE OF IRISH INDEPENDENCE, IRISH LITERATURE AND THE INTERESTS OF THE IRISH RACE. Vol. XIV., No. 52. Whole No. 746. ‘ NEW YORK. DECEMBER 29. 1917. New 1 I-Wuu-A‘h-uw riots inn-mm motile-as .N-nIAkBI-I‘dkm-dlua1Jm I ‘rlv-tu or PRICE rm: CENT Pt. It’I’CARTAN BROUGHT BACK TO NEW YORK The Criminal Blunder Of The Secret Service In Letting Him tin To Canada. In The [lope The English Would Convict Ilinl Of A CriIe With Which They Did Not Charge Itim,Aud Sending An Emissary To Bulldoze limIInto Turn- ing Informer, Corrected By The State Department-Zeal For England‘s Interests 0i'ershnt The Mari-Tile Whole Fabric OI Falsehood About The “Plot " To Start Another Insurrection In Ireland Fails To Pieces And With It The Grotesque Moving Picture “ Thriller" To llahe lrishmeu A Laughing Stock Throughout The Conutry-lilcCsrtsn (lot (In lisil And To He Tried For A Minor offence IIeie-ls In Iiood Ileslth Add Spirits dud Says The Canadians Treated lIinl Well-Was Near liinst When The Great Explosion Occurred-Spent Christmas With his Married Sister In Philadelphia. WI! Ia hlmI (“I sit.) Irittlsl-nrv IIiInI. So the! the Am oroi ruled the brilllnnl Yes.“ of ideell‘v'al'lllxe him up Dr Patrick sicCsrian, who wu Ir- reat-d some weeks ago by the nritia h authorities in rialilax, on lnlorrnstion supplied by the United States oths Br ti overnm eat to tried Se , was t h to New ii k on a chergeII which the Britt-la Govern. . on a British ship on Tuesday. Dore her. meat didn melt. I18. and delivered the Fednrnlaulhnr- THE swvn'G ”arm” rename. ties. e will he tried on a charge or sailing onntalne p art or a mom r The 59"“ 5""9' a” m" 6'1““ oi the oi he neigisn Reliei ship "I“ "‘ l“ "‘9‘ "V V“ W h“ ”MM 1 2?. ”mm r 21. h hr ltlsh Government. it '"an up was rel on ma 31.5w l and went at I" ”am“- “n mm?” ‘79 ”9"“ “WI” once to Philadelphis. accompanied by his sister, Mrs Car err. with who om he spontt eChrlutrnaa holidays at her home MtCs rtan is in good healtha anion“ and looked none the worse tor his Inmcerntlon llia iamIIlly in in lap wro it one abo hm eahled last week to his Ilstfgr ln PhsliIIe. -In i whole cloth or denos to prove that an- del his to ask iot- him. tits! an to t nu in in a statement 'ooul em no iatoi-metion st the '2‘ Chief “in WI it! uh with QIIO' ’time, out such-oi ‘Frnllcln no oyle. the "HI?“ "WI" I dim ngIIvIIeiIII PhllndelphII II who hel d to do. “! Ins! a 0 Picture r er. st. n 5..- mm...‘ om...“ ,0, run or hean seesetlonsllsrn. out he, m... m 5..., Devmmm me n t a solitary isht on which to round um. mg n. r. "I m e se sations. The on ll was lain . he cebicd to the iamlly in lrelaad at 9‘ If“ "is 3”“ Service on tured ace become known hst hrec Wm... ,n m mm“, D... ,n Hm. glider insurrection la lrelan dwas he elm: $th 732.. neu'L’tt‘ht'rtlf‘E‘Sif‘T'f“; bra-dent tea or him e... Efren not 1.. n. . t ,. . eertalnm men who were namcdw i... as in to military prison which is ”“9““ I" “- “14 that w! or the plot mm... mm, m“, m, ’ o, "m Iwns to send arms to lreiend irom Amnrr oxploalon: But the hnilding was y ‘- ‘W ‘1 menu were “9 u m I...ndo" "r, printed that one or the conspirators hind confessed. or made I putlil confer . n TREATED WE'LL IN CANADA . :mI , u “n 9mm” 5 m” e doctor says he so all t in order to give the story til the elo in Canada and as no complaints to merits oi a "Movie ThIlItr," a iantastlc ynak oi body. 0n stupid fool of grou ing or various nationalities and a civilian wet-tier drew a evolver on military and social ion was ow in said steraly. “Stand heck." l Ilown. w ommandant 0 when he was opening s.door nd the Gaiwuy Insurgents durine Essen-rm thought wn's in; to do W.eelt was promo ersl. something ch in bud n Intention and the hlmltngn at England in the or doing ior which the doctor rehu Ne Yon. m... .tiu persist in giving him on the spot For-nth r tot the m... g... ”its, .. si me he w d by nndien sol “use“, . as dlers and they treated him w known to an on some as Unionists Amer... m. Imong them were particularly EI'II and here by Bernstoril to carry ohllging nor in he it while in u-I and was s in custody he as also trea ed well and care at the rraaa end or the plot that t ore was no empt to repeat in his m not um. in; he h t pass the bulldozlng methods need to be... ““3;ch .nd 1. I, 5.... m"... w" ll we and w “1.... lien "knocks spots"h out or theII ridiculous claim that there a mnnectlon will! 0 a es C have on u! the the IIplan to start another E sl was In ire Government in a laiee posltl inn dthsn the clIn-i Ba 03 h Ind Ne ork 05- hy nddinld eta Turks Vidal: rou toriyn this see to he mrnrlsed at the I“! known to the irish. it they exist at all. I 0 To form Pm of the expeditionary lured to lreiaad “ WHOLE Harry A TISSUE or LIES ole Ital“, W" In lmpudsnt ul‘ lnais and don’t is n the tacit me ectin irom high and we not He: III rehIIAIZIIoIInIihheI Sin Fig: dltI t typ tw men coanee w e .. tives are a wholly eren organization in I o mum STATE DEPARTMENT Kansans own pmwm n'mm mi” "u it to names reliable sources i we me“ 8'1 mm lreland under ieise vdence In Wuhinmh I" 5“ 9 “me PI” I"“"' at this was captured by the Secret Seri- Iy Indicated I-n 0“" 5‘“ vice. hut not scrap evidence to “Tim“: "I 89‘ D" P '1“ “Ck rave the rietgncs oi a plot to start II is “we“ "mo “I another insurrection In lrelaad. or lot hem libe e v n a cnsed oi being at the head splracy" to s it another rebellion in l i d" have been lcted the note as “ riots." in order to signiiy tnalr v” ‘“ poor opinion or those who too part The eta lament showed gross ignor- ance or tho teen: and pure seal for the Interests oi the British Government Kin far those of the United Stntew All tIml I'oh oly lin- INTENDED To PREJUDI‘CE THE JURY the e $113.3. :I carnalullling a he's-ch oi Am it was repeated deyI inIier uIrluzI at: one so their husi. change it on r s. ' lire.” awn-intern :liemllelvel with w st purpose oi deceiving the pnhlieII and MI he a r did not do in lrelend during ins pereiudir the la h “:5“?! Week. 191“. Al I matter DI IIEI. Illl‘m‘l DEIofB V “In the tlsa rWDII I tried Th is was not thro urn seal or Amcrlrsn law, but to helpII England in her 'srhevnee to thwart the plans or the real IIlris tlonsliais it was tele- greph vnr the country and un- donhtodiy ileeererl many well meshing people. it we um took no part in the Rebellion. (or he are living in Tyrone, where there was no I1 htin The hr itish Government did not accuse him or tniringp tin it and who “Blithe ntter the Rehcllion. no sun an ass roads against him and all they could do lreland to serve the nu rpose: oi the :nemlel all Ireland But its relnutlon proceed nutter. Lard English Lord Lieuten- de l I oath In the nwhich ho pricked in: bubble by declaring lh'thai. as d- and are lawman-ion Iln inland and no plot to hrinIg rte- o! the Atlantic a an i: helusivo prodi thst there was p rIcy among irish citizens in Americ a to violate i United std totes by ioniontirlg another in surrottlon in inland. lord Wimborns's statement was emphatic Add the iniluro hero’to run a Flynn's stateme nt good- by lndlctlng tho men In hill ten] or E anyone else. (or the oiienss or which he Van he race. In statement ii the whole rentaatlc star-y. ts lrl sh “Gamer ; erman Baron." and lie contingent or Turks. all ready to start ior lreland. has not eel: ml . cries" and sent all over the country to discredit the irish people. it is not Chlei Flynn’s iault. ad a lailed. 31 his connection wi will lpmlnl him Police Commissioner Hn ur or ’New York. Wll us his dlnrrrdiublu record in thin "irish Plot wh manufactured. ihe citizens III New :Inno I den or decent witch mmlnlltrluon from I P‘Iku’ AUSTRALIA VOTE S AGAINST CONSUMPTION. wording to the latent Rieuler and. plush from Melbourne. I mliorlty a! 17mm Ivoiea against conscription is shown lh e Au ntralian rolnrendumI 3‘”? Vol: VII! E38. 000 Ashlin! Ind 764 refining cou uniod In A special cattle from Sydney to the ersl impression II result is oinrinIlly a tender his resignation. There new leader oi ihe Nationalists, Irvine WI“ being tho men must Dmmlnen y mentioned as the pulhlblllhaut Western Australia is: la the only urned a rnIJorIty for in New South Wales the ‘Na' vote led by more than 133.500.” ' p ’ lsatIIlon which , this .1116 run “Mtlvo inept cabled Lu Enzllnd Ind CARDINAL LOGUE’S VIEWS ON SINN FEIN. The. Prelnte's Statement That An Irish Republic In A Dream Controverted By Priests And Layman Who Point Out That Ireland's Case In Similar To That of Finland Arid .Poland-The Hnrl. R. Erskine. 0f Marr, A ScatHsh‘ Catholic, Says The Dream Of To-day Are The Hard I Facts of Tomorrow. as Iague's' criticism at Sims u hll own opinion ans Ind 110 religlous questlnn is at an in he Fr ade to Ilm the “his which ”music country. hung over our “lure dinner. eighth and collapse. ”And all this in pursuit oi a dream which no man in his sober senses can hope to unrealized; the establishment or an irish Renublk. either y an an heal to the Poleateia sot Europe seated on Capistrano-e, DI' In IBM“ to n under with the most terrible engines or do strurtion which human ingenuity could devise thing would be ndlerous. ii it were not mischievous and iransht with such danger. when clever- ly need as an or nation or an ardent generous, patriotic people!“ it w il he clearly understood from the Common own word that he is speak lag not as a cont-chm a. but a a poll- Menu. and other politicians. lny and clerical, have issue with him at notable contributions to this areI Is: it lsh n. Er shine oi hlsrr. the scion or a titled Smtueh lam y as w ll asan ardent toCat controversy ‘ on’momo PRIEST DEFENDS I 1‘ NAN‘D DEVALEBA " ‘ :2". SINN FBI e" Replying to the Argument That and Will Never Agree to not ‘1; Englah Allow Ireland BeconIle n Repub- lic. Ho Says the Trish Leaders Don't Intend to Ask England’s Permission-Four Years Ago1 the Idea of on Independent Finland and Poland Seemedo Utopian to Many s. Finn and Polo. A loading Catholic priest. writing to .' t and tho Romllllli‘ln ltlca. have looked in vain throush the irish independent the last ievv days tor some rupee nl nhurvnunns lrorn ihv other side on the Car more peace noln, tor some enertlve Ind rom rejoinder to the alarmist production ni irathcr Bolgor. but up In the present 1 Irv- his clergy blasting her a d t mil" to ll" (be lmagi. (AI r haven-t seen anything that quite meets d the new situation the letters oi his Erni- r are calculated mm nenoo an to cr ale on De Val rs. as an irish Catholic libel aim. has answered -nur nterviow who lthow him expected her would snowtr-"l do- tiine’ to express snyII apt nlon on any mmnn nation wrh oh thought it his duty to or hi s Art‘hdiacese' Who gay: the CIrdinhl'I dlotenn circular to thi press i now. but ra ihei- than enter into A in!) reuerlblo nor controversy with the and respect in local and canndcnilnl In in range. pectue heyuis even U:3 lhI nrnt. PIP P2! o of lllbl 1 twin 3. V! c E thinking that John and his iriend David mu eta new regre did not spook end the other lie THE CARDINnAL’H FEARS. e e latter. it his Emlnence thought it rises ssry Im the yo ng people ot his Archdl I045 Ihro ll gh the vibe young oods oi IIhis beloved cotIIlntry-ngllnst the usage sand itn tom ments t are conrnls iog heD country. ought he not te I the reasons tor the tears In th at are in “him and then. it his rears In wellrfau dcd. we will "dow wn tools." and nine I" will ltno us no The y an d old. lay and elerv icu. w o have embraced sinn rein e a!” like their Preside t. Catholi tiret oi sit. and I them they will not do it any longer. t alt as life be content to in dge or“ the morality oi Slim Fem maths do in a hostile. subsidised prow Yeti: sehlle tie on is rlrrIwn irorn this Lilli-meal“ room. or unless he knows something that the ordinary rank and tile Slnn Feiners do w. l eann ot o l'ils r.a proie ssionai and theologians huve given us letcly the ethlr's or rebellion and mimosa. Wit excerpt from .‘Iurrly an the IGrlta trIt-t. rM ‘I'Dolt Ild on Eu E! Di: VALERA‘S ATTITL‘DL‘ Who says anuthIIer orebellion? Whni tail that those two gen bra ins and mmrnou though they might be tempted to take on stand vs no llllo on- -wiih all their works pom r wit their own one not. seeing the grcat light the Kalwer and his not. ing up esainst Instr“ odds lior these. not the ermen people. the Allies are lighting. scrordlng to uoyd George ark we or. en cast by the Australian troops hand T Pr he SCOTTISH CHIEF SAYS IRISH 9“ REPUBLIC IS NO VAIN DREAM. Ye. , the pros: his Em that his EniI- In e mu 1 it sell the trouble or taking thought. an amateur 8“” h sentiment In lively d I . marking of put Ind vmellt history. In and amulet (ninth and De Valera are ei-snu ll vihy lmmarIlYFo ns scaly. there is hope or success now i have listened to Dev er.a I have hesrdh and hear d or him in public ed in private, and I neverl new in to prrarh rebellion theologians iro rosanct pnlplia oi the lm TIMI! and her thI rehnl. " II at snow can more skill led In met-Phillcl Illnn 1 Inn to decide. IRISH REPUBLIC IDEA. .heI hna adIItIor-sirtl drilling, Into. rue-I nsiac seyts. when the lustiilahlo conditions are pro good. good, strange things have happened In this Ind war. its wonders rne laughable im- er live It In ootldl on). II It not on: north lighting a man who not thinks poorly or his country. and he as outlived his day 0. C. ” Tells Cardinal Logue That Chris. .0... i e... .. t s ’ ”“5”“ “e” “ 3 ”mm Li’i‘i'"ii03:i.”..2“.'ii .. "JUNE: Before it MaterlnllzedT-Rapuh- D. c. m. m, n lican Sentiment Lively in hopeIIt s all em ll nation; IIrtIlh beIre. store to their rlxhlll’ ed A ll. r Seotlmd, Too. “I h" A demndlnl of one a! (In [re-lest R. Erskine ism ii a In lco this or .‘lIrr-dclerlds d- IIlion. Irish Republic II but u drum. ha In the (Ira S o! hlr rel lute r but”)? old”! the distinguish- ed s'coitish ehiet says: scent letter poIblished in tnencec rIIx-l an irish Republic. and irish SIr-l a I e other dIy Mr. Llo Gen s ibed the irish claim to nationaIlI lodepe ndenre as adrearn. Mr. .I believe, Inse don he earn thin: g, mgln that "separation would be nathiohahle; " and every common place a n this hachneyed dve ire in ord to so re I rruonIed explnnltlun of tbs iaith thutls In present moment Republican in Sm tian d. aadi mun! I" in II order ll) ensure Sroilish reprtwcnhtlon Ii. the P in no a u to with vis ion The drenml OI tonnyr In the hurt] I’li‘tl M [0- minnow rmbel’ore it mnlound mulbIlIllas maieriallneti. was Chrlsrtondnln melt E" or, great men known to us through t chairman so - iuatiiihhle claim that y“ wherew gun . Nun! y n ed as unworthy oi Splendid Mass Meeting held At Terrace Ga ration 0t Iler Nationhood ls Again Others-Similar Meetiugr Should OI Gratitude To Ireland For The Aisi eapiis the very unisvorsbio weather mndluonl Ind Ith- Iu‘ an that Ii. w THE CHAIRMAN'S OPENING. in calling the meeting to order. the Iznvl we advocate m if! wholl she be admitted to the Peace Center erence ltis “f’rlnl ll citluns to veil! (ten the Icivernment on our Mother d, and are behot exercising that lrillht The various other small ‘SaLlonI have many and powe nl re.tcs strata tly end natiri ngly on a place at when rorlm con venet their liberties will be erestored Ind thy will he given guarantee that those liberties erlI neros hev ed nr When them again with all to ItIIhlsII we are :In entire accord orrors end suirorings willh In vain it it in over again let-t“e in the on u iIIis in her interests. and ior m. a we r ould primarily and most devIotedlyw at no tni orizlpl‘l’ellenelon as to we: a.iand We rinsed with seilrh greatest at our ruse thron ghont III the centuries sotlu e in non dents or lrelsnd, and the restoration oi her iull NIiIonnoo lrlsh people by Go an: em WILh certain “All: and charlvlerlnuu Ind lduu Ind Ideals diner en! irom other poop pie. And I'm two wed upun theIr ilolner- land WI“! 1 initial! but the Irtrlhutes yequlslte for Nottonhnod In :11 IL! (Illness and In Ill Ila net ntIono 0T England lhlt Ir ro- IInti. Ill smnll Ind In“ Ireland III poor does nto hoooidg d. aedcanh ismiss. Iny consideration rrriand Is ier larger and isr richer than II ll' 5 are independent and rich. an that have to maintain their neutrlllty throughout. Ill "16 present World radian Is not is Now any in physical is immeasurably ry In traits. and these after all are the greatest assets andi ane- iend's apologists in this cone ntry were to his regerding iveiand. n ITO GET IRELAND A PLACE AT PEACE CONFERENC ,-....-. liberty to other. and do not merit long to seyoy spy in El together tonight to righteous and‘ I. Ind h v is el that the I." and all III attendant sail Va Ind (Isa right given to the C strength. (lament in t c n b y. saline rdel L'nder The inspire: III The Iris Progressive League. In Which The .Iuslice IJI Ireland's llelulnd To be hear I lltll The Posse Congress Convene: Is Set Forth And ller Right To The Raw Emphasized-llesolu‘iious Calling I‘ The I'nited States Government To (live Ireland Its Endorsement And To T: It: Efforts To Ital: lIer Free Are Euihusiasticaliy Adopted-[manage (4in Stated By Mrs. Shethy-Skelflngtdn. .Iulls Devoy, Padraie Colin AllId he held Throughout The Country?; Crystalize Americas Sympathy 0n Ireland‘s Behalf-America 0m I by stance Gives her Is Time (It lined Al for The Part Played By The Irish People Is Building [p The Republir. ImYIs not a thing on which there my mmpmn‘lise. and thty who do will not long ed sent in theirs ety. sy be ready .gue a he oi liberty them-em to man ugood. ar is it an Hungarian Ion Even it lreland were small and atruouonist policy to rail men "Eng land would like the world II'to oi ions to a. email nltinslslllty .iieve. that is oil the more that wants to be rned sac log to sum” he git-en he. ”“2““ its we will? The last that the tint ireed m to develop her wal lnnk in tho Slnn l-‘el pro unme. Ha tionsl ills because the spirit or I nroiessca immediate ooircuve. is it: ”my“ .1 u. N are oonierence weul small lreland t e latter reading Ill the obmiectiro oi om romielns IeIpliit tor seven hand slain-t s' the drilling. etc that wn on Mr. 0 ml '1'“: :manmfb "at, u... avgr'hglmxng nannI‘humhg “K '5 “5‘6““ ‘37.? P'“"‘“""‘ "‘ doubtsdiy be produciivoo or much ‘good. again on "law! t-hmod Iii the torus will have to cal t 901 crim- " m cam. the British Empire. and that has I. “III-II?!” “‘1“:I“II:I‘bI‘I'I‘I:“T;’-o -n pain in this country to carry lrciand's and I m"; Iurouiliya indomit re Co i sore, and i an in mm: ng as triumo lrinh hens-bile as Uhoviiil‘i- ridicuihui- an...” n pcd that the irish than at any timeinall her history.t Inn” ‘5“ ""1 '“ 5"": coplo thro hout ihs en rI country spirit I- In 11 table use! In it ea s.t e mm Timer. ,m Md “mm, mm“. my m. . w lch neither Europe nor emu-la ""1““ ”PM“ “I ‘1“ ”my ”w t times in a ythot will be the man dlog the new nivill xi - I"! a “WWW “I“ 0' street vs The apt-liken were to n at he. admirer silent in u“ “141”“ “1 m' "d ' ” vor, Mm Skom giant Pndrllc Culurn. without lrel d ried line. neither ritlith no DeVaierstn M “k Hm; P. , Gold“ m mm... ".4 mm“: “a “m“, “d ““5 5"“ ' ”mm” ' as ir an. and saverel son ere and redo meat lo Europe onnd .n irish Reouhiir The! “09' "’ noely rendered by George Potter and a a. ll she is but allowed the roll not It “"110“! I"? 99"” MIu lilollie Orrnll sweep of i' he Kilian-I do" the warld‘n Idruamnunt and pros ISM“ ! We hire the it i Amerie and the ennobling inauenrw imp ed thereto by men and women or the irish rIce. The [rlsh people In every “nail“: ey are givln to-d-r. tree. Introducing Mr. John Dewy. JIOHN DEVOY’S ADDRESS. TMI meeting hll nun tilled “to ile- P sring and the Gunter- Inm Ignore: her chime in remnlllo on as s Senora not be lnlIo I WIT Ill Government! Ill Ild peo- ple: outside of Ital 311.11 3 Hg 1 of the: majority 0 rule. which I: the only seIiegusrd oi Demon. rw-cy must her gnl led in lrelsnd, e. ell as in all othoe'r civilized countries. and American cltlunl cs n In men who found hi s ubli Relvolution edteRv cn’tlhn Government of the [‘n Started :Acks irelauu's demand. an: doubt it will be granted 11... Allies csnuot snord i muses non , m on est, betluse with t dmerics theyt will he unable to win he war, and the“, only chance or winnl 2 it now do...“ as equate Amerit n military he“, reaching them lnt There Is not ‘ competent military“ in Euro neceuury her to do o ensuro her mmro I of th (continued on root; 5.) 4 . Pnn stun l-nal leel'tyl a not A nulllned thing ovenment "oi the pea m S' the people and tor the simple " and my action oi the Government lat :