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The Gaelic American - Vol. XV, No. 13, March 30, 1918, Whole Number 759.
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The Gaelic American - Vol. XV, No. 13, March 30, 1918, Whole Number 759.
9 January 2014
New York [N.Y.] : Gaelic American Pub. Co.
Joseph McGarrity Newspaper Collection
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4 i ‘i 5 SOME IRISH BHIDS THAT FOUL THEIR OWN NESTI:::.::I:. “r: 533:1” f" ".7 near“... As Disloyal To The United States worst memy of Ireland. In Iro- trade his countrymen‘ end then hetrayet in their hour “Just how this]- much in evidence In Amer r- in. Wrapping himselt up in Amer- lcnn as. u irandlon did In tho lent Maven pain ‘ mandolin In uence freedom. . How such action can be trenson to in It is all right to light y an inn sun n Im- the freedom nf .Balglltnl, Poland, EB!" nwn And III last at the fellows who mouth their I: a t s most virulent. untruthlul nnd VIclous nlL'atk yet In de. an as "I; enrech or a coward. he so he name nan names an and solo It sets, on that nahody rould say; "The: statement nts “ oi' “BTII ever done." A II. whose Vol. XV., No. 18. Whole No. 759. HF. Under TheI’aIsn Mash (II American Patriotism, A Number DI Renegades Attack . ICanse, 0a The Pretelicc That Advocacy Of It Is Harmful To America-Tile Worst And Mennest IJI Them All Is James M. Biggins. Former Governor DI lihode Island And once A Member Of The Clan-na-tineL 'lIID Applies The - Terms “Professional Irishman" And “liralter” The Policy 0i Which Ile Was tince A Rampant Advocate-But The Ruffidnly Liar dailies No Man And Cites No Specific Act. Because Ito CannoI'-Iie Seeks To Be United States Senator By The help III The Enemies 0f Mis lace-Nugent. The Rotten New Jersey Boss. Joins The Chorus. An Unknowu Brooklynite Chips in, And A Donkey la Nebraska Adds his Brny-All Prostitute The National Festival By Attacks Go the National Cause. no “side We 01 h'leh- 5 er: renegnde out ”In” run “I, d“ I nited states In U are In In ll proportion In the Na 8‘ a e All Who lieIuse To Bury The National To Those Iiho Advocate . Amer xIda so no The real irlsh- -Ainericons, lhntee r sonneth n; besides their pocketbooks, will hive non- oI hrtm. HII preldllnga are little short all ‘n. rt "We nreier to dollars the lend a! the great than and hnhltltton Ind I haven :1 refuge tyr surly abroad Id the word hns ever ‘ON HIS “PATRIOTISM.” Invention He r the Clans” I' st ths Robe et Iehratlon Ne lisrlt iew s ago grid but in hl nubll sddrc sna hi privsts converssiian stood for the puncture i th organ]: tlon has. prtnclplcs were the es the sa t e ow, tereeu have work mnnnod to short- to recurs Anter- Icss hcln Ior irish Ireedom. In Ita‘ard President the the them. declaration- as Ruble“! 0 Mr H mheve in Marin! Arm! mums, Ihlle I nher! In!!! as to: II home all ad report In the Providence Tribune at More hI; ‘slIss Jeanette Rankin. at Montana. and 7 “'llna - the hletrnlmlltan Museum at Art, or in ”Tamil 1 NEW YORK, MARCH 30, 1918. their arm InlerenLl Higgins drew ht: salary when he was I would h a misinrtuns Isr Amerirs ii such an' unprinciplsd rash should be chosen Seu- r Irons minds InlAnd. II he n m Instead at making genersl charges at Higgins is a lawyer" and knows that Hd rtions in en untru us Ind used alswysrs skill and his coward'e tnntlut‘tp to no It! Iniury ha co sresponsiuil. it cause he no Denise :37 NAJIB A MAN on M graft and dishonest Icltnrln. he could nhe aired on the armies or the IrIl-h nose in the hope or "raving per rsonsl benent Iron: their any non who authorized Hint ns to can the mental What ronnectlun eve had nllh them outside at Rhodes Island pollild‘l? What on they kno- oi him except that the ted hy a patriot “Ior revenue only.” er the sordid his ow II srilons hLiiltsd States I in their e urnlessionsi have I with Nil-rt I LnnnoL He is simply Iyinr ely tor lt‘onit‘nnrn on Pan 1.) The Executive Committee Of The Friends nth-The Main Purpose Will Be And Congress III The Enited States Rule And Self-Determination-All I me Of Ireland Entitled To Represe People In Ireland And America F osns liassechsss sl- gin lavor oi the right Is 920171: to ultvguvernmenl, in the votes or client Iehnne ttn Lem! hiss son and Gallagher.e or lliinols; Can “’10 :3: Sen ntlor Ear-ILO 0! Ida tin. or his re Intlon dent landing ulhietermlnltion for lII small nations. e unanimously decided to re quest I‘III'. Jernml C nnor the sculvtor, n Emmet lImIIur to th: resident Wesente ed to some such Inst inn 0 Mrs. lie nnuh shcsh Sit Mil ngton who has done suc ch sn lrntlld service to the er,ch 1. Ind [Iv was warm I sntion was entrusted to a special ”m. .1 TISSLE. DF IMPUDEIVT LIES. The (allow-tn; Ia an extract tom the United States as ATE; o! the prolulland! n‘ollttcllnn k 0' prep-ring for the Corie (‘ :6AL’L’iSsUEi) VFGIIHANHIRISII Rice CONVENTIOII 0f Irish Freedom Meets And Decides To Arrange For A Great National Gathering In New York On May ISIh And To Draft A Petition To The President Praying For The Application To Ireland of The President‘s h‘ohle Declaration III The Right Of Every Nation To Self- rish Societies In Favor of The Independ- ntntion And Cordinlly Invited wCircular Issued Stating The objects of The Organization And Defending The Irish runs The- Campaign of Ca'umny And Misrepresentation Carried 0n Against Them By A Port: on Of The American or thesethings tor lreiand lrolan is W" needle I Ilvlu out or his Iriotid' 0r ari atlons‘4An I earn) The to Its dew Into onset-sins, :rzdulou‘aa I1 I“. m:insttunl>:Il:lilg:lIt::II- Pres “'1 By Self-Styled h F g z . FF rohrbe H-ny "an 5:9“ m“ w I - “5 ”e“ ” ' a 0 " American Pen Ie F r Justice And nir P.a'. .Ilmouscnlllrnny IIIII misrepresentation. sure“ i; the ere-I “Infra“; p 9 3 ‘ s on, w 0 one In snge an e :5“; “3:22;: $3313: 1:: “:35 mm, M, “an“. n 9 mm I“ .A Convention or the Irish R'ace In at the lush llorld tilisirmun;g Pcter mm“ ’ Humor“: “Deming: mercllau Is So him there with Ameritl. “mile to the II” “1 0" ‘3" ”We" 5“” ““1 f’l'v 0' at the rural nstoi one It is even err h I back against. ms w." or Mus... 3111er i and a; 1916. will meet at lhe Fuse [Inf F. 1 n "m “mg-"r“, asny um h. without army. thsut rIsvy. without Central usrs House, 205 Est Sixti'- 0'Rour its. at qu'nlIIIn Pruner John H a” m “HMO “no i my dersnce at k , with seventh Str est. near Third Avenue, Dooley. or I ark; .ohn I only " “min" nothing but m. ”as. 0 an n In I“. York on Slturday uud Sunday. [or Wilmington. Dd.;..lohu Ilsy, III ”:6 ””13”“ ”1“" “ 13:“;3‘ rig ltsnd and the consciousness or jus- May 18 and IIs;ton Thom so. aisihsus, (if prov. “I" “I“ 1‘ t‘f“ 51:37:“ magma“ iise pervsd g his area oui, srl This de Iisiun wu srrlvsd at by th u “live”- R L: g‘khm 50"?“- M"; . 513“” h 0" “Ml.“ m. w‘ t Prussisn r tell to d their worst. Eascutive Committee of the Friends ol RM 9' B V-- " 5 I “If” ‘5' 0.. “I" "W “““k‘l 9’; "9 5 " sna nointins out to the whole warl irisn Frehilo , which met at Tuxedo he FINN" JWWI V“ ‘0 K- The "0"“ 0' P I” t m “mm, living nrld truthful colors the charm ty Hall. Mndlnon Avenue sud Elityuuntu committee went to wart-rt mile. ss.ur ““3 “0“" n“ : kn“ or their nggrenslnna end the heinous Street, New York.on Saturday and Suu- 9‘ “I“ “II“ ‘0' "‘9 WHICH?“ ““1 ‘5' ‘9'“"9 f "‘5” “a" wm ’m mm e or rhei rllnen Th y I day. in It 23 The delegate: IMO!“ "‘0 "a” “W“ ““1 by ‘3‘?“ I“; “I“ If the“ “ME“ a“! m f,“ mt strike do t I noble Iigur They will sissrnuls at noon on Saturday. Msy “' “““95- ‘05“ “i "1 Imam "‘5 ”1““ 5 a‘ "n“ 3 ‘ know he tsils‘the truth They know he is, en esstonl will he Continued "New“ PM“ ”"10“! 30' (do or raldn‘ihzfuv si $3.32, I. D; I e- n Go s rightssus word, and t ey sil dsy on Sunday, my I ”I li‘eitmmulkbrmi :znruntry II the mm’ Aannrtcnnlr help to hem Ireland k " "‘" ““5"“ '5 “My ' ‘0'“ The In (ling ot the Executive Ccm- W 0‘ Tm “ ”9 210:;elortlIEng land It is th eyw who are :“m‘ho': "‘9 ""11“! ’0' ruff ”it?!" mlttee won her, well “tended snu (‘ne THE CUTIMITEE'S‘ CIRCULAR : A 1 ' n "“90 "‘9 I'l- 9" rely hernia niaue and er al oI l . n" 'u’“ ":5th Tm ' m m" u 0“ “11"“ mi” "“1“ "an" “m“ hiIsiness..otlIert an the matter of the H... ” we I“ t l a! intolerable tor generations to om. C“ n. mu“. .1, Mr 10 n Kw or.k ‘mm "o I is a“ mo" “allude“ ei. “tibia .. be,“ mum mm" De . “I” " 3 WHEN I ml Ten Ea xt‘e rutlvo committee oi the ' “"9”““5 0‘ ‘ “5 “n em” and " 5““ “Id "1‘ “I“ “0 the secretaryshin. owing to the calls or We...” a m 9940". M, dump“ i tie at the right a y i n slaves Is the r assunvo I I h 6“ stock In the little ardn otp petty r I m. 9,...“ b i, on “Hum. I .m. m" I Comm.“ or m mm RM m we“ 1 r the ““0th M Th: 9 ma" " 0' by "‘"r ‘“"""""““ was present at the meellnx. His rests see or the lead me h y . prelchlnsl. ntheir indirect Int-inandotn. m n m, m. I" e not"! ”“9“ V‘““"““"“."" w E" 3:“: re “mill! “PM" 0“ “ Golden was appointed to act ss Serre- Central Ollera lioune,i205 Ehst Slxtye duo n m“ 5“ propagandem shad vsring to sort pm In“ H" . “1 mm m n 1 ”m e l r. my - s nth street 4n near 1 lrd Arenu el. Kr“ 3 73““ o ‘ ”10 “WW“, d" C 5 '5 Y n ’ The members at the Exemtiro Com- No - M I‘dlY. 3'“ 18. “a one a they a e utterly who" “If“? tsissd toward Pruss siauisrn to u y A , mm,“ m m" the locality in which they II": b“ 0 "We know the irish Amerk':n 0‘ ma mdemndmc 0, “m rm 5 iudgs rrorn their utterances. my I“ continue to stsnd I-Ia sail pstrin o H mm m ‘ luvs sut nrley to speak tor the vest mm, b, "I“ mm, I m. 1m, n . Delegates should report ho . oi Irish citizens And ey d: a, non a use my ms 0 t n n m my “me 0 "mm“ M isrlfymui Govern “I m, m" “mum" H' "'5“ I We 0! "I“ “hm "I PM“ linny tasks I)! the hlghest irnrortsnco the real sentiment of the lri i: on; will In only isut patriotism, but he 89mm Gama“, ‘ M, Hm :- everywhere as negligible :uumm- ‘9 will um wmmm. Ind WWI" shire tor the resolution us Introduced (Continued on Pane s.) hy unsves,iaoolt 5 ate IntrlulmnmHG . L AI“. ' s the The itrss so ex oav VERNOR H;GGI;'S TURN tln‘uem to be p: sen Insrun um“ We. of "mm m m "m a The mud '0 “‘0 “P m“ Co nun introduced I- so NEW YORK I0 CELEBRATE EASIER WEEK ANNIVERSARY Next Sunday Evening Will Be Addressed hy Father Magen- hie, Mrs. Skethngton, and John Bailey - mAppropriats Musical Program The second lnnh‘trslry at tho Rising ester “'18 will III M. under Irish Amerlren sorlrties. Inrludins the int-GIN. Cummnun hem lends oI Irllnh Free .lnd other societies. nrnnsementn tau-a been nleteld and the interest manilested by dam-mi (darn :Ickels am. wshuhy Skemnnon Ind .Ioh iii sneak on the present sltun- tlon Ind I’lIIIIi‘o promos nll.d Miss Katharine Collin-s.o hiiss :Mnry De Witt robs. mluee. Cull-Idling a! Rab." '51.. Ford will contribute towards a tin. and val-Id a , W [El voliticlsae "‘ an .1: “' . a... air. pet Public Meeting in Carnegie Hall m Frank O‘Cllllghin I L nmhnwmt. tumour-roman user-7a.“. r mass-tame stave-um. T0 PERPETUATE THE WORK OF PADRAIC PEARSE St. [nila's School Where The Martyred PnndP-A Start Already Made In C. P. at Mount Argus. Dublin. An All Appeal To The Irish In America Passages From his Posthumous h Was Born In The Mouse, Was A tiarilii llnIfy. And Composed The “The Memory Of The Dead.” wnru psdrsic Faeroe visited Amrrlu III Isl: it was to collect tunds to enable to keep e school. and he Intended cnnsln nin user Ihen. at the lnetigation oi thel Parliamentarians. III on oil the snronerty. In sstiuliuilon or a smell dent Peerss snd T c sent on iriunds In ‘ew York and n ,lmil, which uii sued kept the school alive Ior the than being. r “ecu Rebel and s isllow nutroti The col temp orarily: but s nuuusd son noble mathsr,w with “1:0 holy ot (rtendu. and is going still I! mnnot nuumrIt-rit runds nae hoelil small heginning IAmt-rlcl. but unless a lul’n LII Iorltir‘omlzig, The r-Io tug are provided. A little In yer is larger sn has hitherto been collected is the srho 01 cannot last. or st. Ends ‘s national lose.- It ouxht to he kept alive as“ a memorial to Pee as to us the splendid system or truly National education. which he inaugu- rted A still or. "0,000 KEEDED. stint necessary In calculus lotion. That would provide lor the nurrhncc a groun “mm are enrred ml nrrount or their iueo’latton Nth Robert Emmet. as we with Peer rs: hut it would lilflittnt w nut the In hool o In ordina Ths' be 3 n. :- mm s the nebula for money thstn It is lcry hard to get In It all iur such oLircIs Still it the Irigni ktnd at short Is made It amine ta [:1 pass ssihle to raise that mo,nry espevlu Ily in" nor muss cut to routrihui. scrordlne to their :bllily‘. An'eflolt III slresdy on root and It is prohnhle ilI rt a General Cum mittou rehreserl mum at un'h Is nitIIl sea: on will he put in"3 charge I)! the The0 Iriisr from Father xvan. a per- sonal Ir I no .uI ad runs at Pad rsic Pear“. I'Ilk n will be (round below. tully exsia ‘ltn the sltu nltnn in regard I t. Endh nether letter Irom Seumas slscaiuuus is “also given FATHER NEVIN' S APPEAL. 1 Ill] be erstriul it you hriris to the notice at your rearirrs tit. (and purchase oi St Entias (The H P! W retire Into print! III; Chultl she was prevailed e t svs t a less reaps e . ll swood arli . Ihlle retaining The 0 yearly rent In SSW: mIorp erL Pour I’M unaided deprived he she h he or no only he one to see in the non suture will huild e monumen to car se man his companions to! Easter Week. hut nu monument can honor In my took no. claim: :0 our reverent! t.P Pause. thell' herolco motHher l'nd Illtarl -let P. in Success.” Jun pnblthhad. ha BI ‘lly friend! Ind I ham and tulle" 1! vs hlvn llnded In 5 II EIn I Irllh nrnnipt‘ri Eu as to leaves Klnrs house the exerution. oi Paris and N 15 continue suing unless 5P0 done In lrelsria sad s 1'” tee . greatest insi-Ilrstlon here. on mam Em Pr! eles lo Silreb as So do ubt the0 Independent Ireland we . purpl nhln tell. hll posthumous work “"111. s'tory ot a w nry n; on 'A JOURNAL DEVO’I'ED TO THE CAUSE 9F IRISH INDEPENDENCE, 13.1313 LITERATURE AND THE INTERESTS 0? TE IRISH RACE. PRICE Fly-E CENTS. first President Of The Irish Republic Inaugurated Bis Splendid System 0i National Education Should Be Made A Permanent InstitutionfMoveinent 0n Toot Ta Appoint A Committee leprea seninlive of The Whole United States In Take Charge of The Collection III The Collectionwfnlher Eugene Ilerirl. Intimate friend of The founder. Makes To Come To The Rescue-Quotas Some 'nrk Recalling The Memory Of Robert Emmet. John I'hilpot Come And William Elliot Morison-The latter. "he Friend Of Thomas Davis And Charles Music OI lugraul's Immortal time In the days 0! our grut-gnndluhen, any or dugener mory Ind s artenast here at Robert Emmet and the hero: s.tsnd Cnchulnina was our greatest lnsntr-Llnn u Cullen wood; Robe E wutheepl rln mnenurtntued an rid sme Ind rusted mve. uieadin; Cur cross the war. It the Her Inluxw. made himselI s Edlud Iiud It had heautilul home. an int: n poruoo and us win t e sole granite h ulds nil-[m the pin turesqun bridges“ V nl'hlch‘ Eighteenth), Century sra prieicra spent the money that their do sreudsnts (it they had itl woulds m (ITS. udsonl Inda Currsns were triends. xrrrid runs Emmet: nd 5:!th Inst nits-I. er st The Hermitage in. an at the Priory. (or they [aired the Ierrihis‘ere ht Cur. the yen we point out 1 1e ole‘ms where they walk and : that runs through the wood to Ihev leltt ot’ the Atenue in known as mmu‘a “'IIX. and the pseudurmllttlry building I-cunled In ons,si our looses Emuvst's ror. monument In tho wood. hernnd the little lake. is said in merit In sh re a nurse or s-reh cu ' and is hurled r bled to Icrlfy' these n-iln> ute traditions: l douh 1 they are c n able at reriilca " smsln story In. true enough. ground n th his c e Wnn Fergtn Bullerneld Hansel. bItNd I a haze as a s r; “=th h diner Insvlrutlnn than thlt oI that quuiet tigu re with Its ey es on Killmunox Ed' VII ueHu dmn'a sou. “'IIIIlm ET. ilott Hudson. was but "I I this hours on August 11.1'96. He lived to be the a the Iund Ior the publication ot’ Its still uniiniahed lrle Dir rontl He also left the Andcmy his library. it 9 er we I: ary. hull (the Acldrmy ha; I think, 1 rths dusolsuon at Arms. and w prom- hum. (Couinsed on Page &)