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The Gaelic American - Vol. XV, No. 20, May 18, 1918, Whole Number 766.
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The Gaelic American - Vol. XV, No. 20, May 18, 1918, Whole Number 766.
9 January 2014
New York [N.Y.] : Gaelic American Pub. Co.
Joseph McGarrity Newspaper Collection
sxsszz A JOURNAL DEVOTED T0 'l'n:l: CAUSE or IRISH INDEPENDENCE, lilisa LITERATURE AND ‘THE INTERESTS or TEE IRISH RACE. Vol. XV” No. 20. Whole No. 766. NEW YORK, MAY 18, I913. “n‘::‘i::.rit“if:.::'."::.?.“.-c..'-""...-:‘.:‘:.:’;:';?'i':.'." PRICE rrvia CENTS. NORTHCLlFFE’S ANTI-IRISH NEW YORK ORGANSI fans The llaloiirzlzed Scribe Di Times Square Makes Another Venelnuus Attack In Ireland Illled With llancor, Shameless falsehoods And Distortion of The Facts-Ilescrihes The People As “ Eating M The Fat And Ilrinliing Ill The Sweet " While England Is Dn llations-Ahnses The Farmers. Who, Ile Falsely Says. Ilnve Ileen Made Prosperous By Generous English Legislation, Then the ant-imam meetings is it h For Hocking To llace Courses And Running To Sinn Fan Meetings In Automobiles-Reverses The Truth In Every Statement Ile Maheswwhai to this If?- n K! The Irish Won Ily Ilnrd Struggle Ile Descnhes As Due To English Ilenevol- S;-‘ll s ence-Ii They IIaven‘t All They Want It Is Their llwn Fanlt-Also Attacks . I Sir Horace Plnnheti For llis Friendly Warning To England That They lfalmorz in Almost every form r Should Set Up An Irish liovernment In Dnhlin-An llnlllnshing Tissue lli law 1' mm in out mobile falsehoods Intended To Prejn ce The American People Agniast Irish Liberty. Lord xormclillo-r aniilrisn New united to oppose Coiucripucin: and us‘ York TMILCJ cannot )7l"ll'll. an article on a testimony to "the. wrongs lrt I Ireland Iltr ithollt deliberzately lying. It misrepresents onlarlil ns In Irclnnrl ly to n. bind whose object. however dill- or til D0 of drawing Conclusions gllised, ls Lld to Cierlnznv. Such must that are wholly without fcllmlatlon and be the llirevt result of the IBIIHCDIP ps vile abuse on everyone on either ID side 0! the Atlantic Wllu demands for Ireland the rights which the Time: champions in everv other country. It lulionists, would-be founders of an Il"lBll 3'4 . re 5 E . hrsnds as Trason to America the plea itepuhlic. that President wilsnirs Declaration The world has hurd somewhat too that cverv neuple is entitled to sclr- much do ut “the wrongs or land” govern nt and self-determination shall mgr tiriuod and black they we be applied t lrel to B I- they are of the t. r a erdtion giuni and rv o only reasons t 5 sh democracy has none to it n.IIeges tor this discrimination against router oeiients upon Ireland, to redress lrelund ire raise and llrifoluiderl fiblttar old inluries It‘ the Irish ol Ireland. menu as to rinsinnirs treatment of the tlaveu . e in u Every country in the world is to rule own’! In England to blame tor the itsslt rind decide for Itself matters oi quarrel ol lrishni 7 t x e t Has Ir Ireland. All these things. according to rnedichhle wrongs don hy Germany t Lord No c I o d wnioa to include the whole peo- iunatiop and deltruction or church ple the loss right it has to s ', or nu cnthedrn d the more virulent robberies, devurtatialas. almost (our ea ' and all the Lslior Unions, Including the the abstention or so many Irlshmeii or Pivtcstnnt workmen of Tlelfslst. threw Ireland from the war. their dullying in their lot with the new cornhinntlon with Germany. is inintelligihlo, And the whole eoohouc, church, led by monstrous. nxterminptlon at the race, the Times era! mndermuu or whose i rnvarl min a lunatic against them. as if or know, lenves us more the Irish People had no right to have surprised. Conscription uid iiword to my shout their own interests, Rule, dissstroiisly linked together by "" e ecrce o t e th British v I" t British Parliament which was opposed Achieved “without present liloodshedi“‘“"’ ni gain . o . Parliament, but is to be guided by the is passed. to on Irish Executive oi rop- vi or it man in New York who is rescntatlvs and esponsihle men rhould I , I y ignorant oi Ireland und is hiin- be given "the task or setting up a Parr e from L0 d ' in t nui was bad enough. hut when sir rooting Volurltlrlly recruiting." the tish connection, Hones rlunliett, who strongly iavors'lrish people, swnn their own inlstrur coil to VI Bri who is n Iriond merit oi government, would quickly nllon. or England and knows Ireland as few show the world their real attitude in rics, Boll I Inc Bri hih this war." Alter I ur yenrs, their on ilwo ' s an Iriim Coiiacriptlon? W .i' r so much over with pronpor e l E. York, sittin at his rlcsk. thinks he particiilnrly r t. g rlnnd to or, c s more about Brltlsh lute s and towns, resulting Irorn s system or rull.l- have spoken to Is against Conscrlxltion. u E E 3 2 =s .. E 2 E 5 2 E O = s .i s In 1' His inipiirlrni lalioii. u IB:e‘:[:a]‘i'id iaor“triiil:I:Tll he Iolmd onion. mnllilvs to slim Fell: !I19ctlilgs" “I an (.. AA, h r c "llllolll:s illn wllolelliills." :2. ..... nu... .. n...:.i“. ........ ... no as h heretofore. merely existing. it is (From the New York Tim In . 1,61,,“ ,0, the Km tnnd or British leelrlstion. it today resulted in a Dalmeilt or ii ins:ull- vxtys a rent . him NOV NBUOHIIISL and Slim Felne Iln muse of the no o- slavery and tr yfered or the Eu v ration-=il" is that she l< o . rl hurrlcari-led nhrnatl for her loud suiml rcland. lar solioacridre, in order to subscribe to month-tor olherthzn Irish ynirvoses. Arid iirlncir-in This IS a lime or l'lI‘r>.<[luril), .. bank to .......... .....n.,., to no ... TRUE LOYALTY T0 AMERICA [5 ALL SUFFICIENT t hlsl ta 0 as an inn poo s rl over. and llie ll"ll-Ill farm h d uncloiitm-dl share n in Rorivrnl ' orl liui nt In lhr oxzsiii Imr ne hundredth pa n! the i“(leIit. nl Alum,“ ,Mm’9'r‘ “M i. mm 3 Irish C lzens Prove Thai Tn Ile Beyond Question By Their Pmenre In The ‘,:";:'.,f,.'f'lL,.:f“:;,.f1: ’i:',"..1 National Army And The Nnvy In Larger Proportion Than Any Other Element """’"’"”’,,’.“’,.‘;.‘.‘1Z";i;jj1“;,;;;E..:",;‘3'.i:';jI; or The Population or Tlie Ulilleil States-Ille Casualty Lists From Ihe ":.,.“f L":,‘“g::f;::";,,.i),f;;:I1j;‘.f Front lll France And Flanders slioiilii rii To Silence The Enemies oi Tlle .,,,":;:";‘.i:n" ‘M.’ Itace Who Attack ['5 For Demanding The Freedom Of Ireland-Thai Demand ,H,jl“,‘j.‘,,“j. W mm ..m,,.n Is Consistent With The Ilnnllr M This Iteptihllc And In highest Inter- T“"'""‘ "HY? 3 l'"l“’l "B?" esls-The Claims 0f Jnlins Chambers, A Personal Friend OI The Editor, Ilvr P [0 li rl III in rotllslrvz ti ‘Md W Rmlrh F"il“l"l>'- ‘::‘v"‘=-‘visit in To The Contrary ConlroverIrdwTIiere Are Now Fully 600,000 men Bl Irish piles P05-‘Iha" lairor the: size not Ii Tmir 5 .ir in n - lo "' “W” '“‘!‘“’> " W‘ ill‘ Blood Fighting Eermnny In The Vnrions Armies-let We Are Iolli That ertl Amrrlinn sailors Iiavnl ‘ n’h cl! II W" W1 W 211"“-1 "J W‘ 3 9 Ireland Alone Of All The Small Nations Shall Receive No Ilenefil from The they ira . hc ' WarrThe Proposition Makes A Mllckery Oi President Wilson‘: Ileclnrationl And ls 0pposed To All American Ideals. nrd from ihcir natiie land val oi‘ whom Arr an owl Ln (illlll it -iuriili lllr- nnir,on that ’(he ii in his “Wallis and Tliltis" In Itiolicnlly rctlir 'l”'""d "'1 l’.rnrihl;.n mill: or .a' i .l ' ‘ - l'hiiI'i’lltcrS rflllirvf, to an .-irthlc IILKNA of T conscription been [or some tiliw mist a my strnmz toninins tnrcc mlllmns of rallstir W has ' - - Unwed . lined with letters I thn S“ I (‘ England. The niokirity is to nil in rombatanta on son Ind land, the Ger ‘he ”"""‘ 1 "W"“’ " em (4 u Irelali an Ema forum“ we ,0“, m, that has occurred s1iililcs‘thc,hdsvs of the ends. erpmnll Ilrc thr . m of inc izlnl’ in our ('ll'II War. as rllslllai-er] by 0 s helow. ralrlcltzs Naltlcdral l.i2il3 Fhalle-I nn Wt>,dlies(Isi)'s from 2 to ma. an the W ,9, or in St. Anrlrnnzr i"tlllrr‘h. Sllllolk - -A . ' f lslx. street. from s to 5 ,n. W" lb.“ this in rm the time for irl-ll llriiz mcu rlrsrn iroru the larlri-ti Isle- "It in linperl that in (are oi the horror mm. .5.i.,,,. Eng[3nd' ‘hos, ,,.,,,, with Wk"?! 0"!’ Mum Ire now our zlllles nnd, like hp (7lnre,lat present that as rllarlv members ol the mi,“ um, mm and mm, honmoi nllowlnz Drn-‘(‘hlirt‘li h "W9 lsli yinllowrcnuzitrvmeii the nnitsd Bishops. set the seal or its Even Slr I-lei-pro Pliinhott. whosclw" ‘5 nm on the worlt or preventing the triiittul work for Ireland and the gen. l‘“’“ " views all of “"9 ll ‘ um I mm contrary to their will ind rnnsrlenre is e a o ition o w d. s l'i another letter. dated April 2. lb‘. lsarnr nritrr sl-1) ' ---rlic I’rottsmnt nrni . Agni .-l on riivrinn lolilslirli noihinz in tho naturc S I‘ t‘,(lK(! IO rcslsl ll. all Pmlrslzints dam to tool that . u zillli‘ bniintl lllt>IIl,sElVF.h in resist Con- ‘ ' d obel‘ [he pi s up the Protestant protest agiiinst con- srrlption energetlralli rim t. = :u . on w. '3Cl't'.pprterI to slllrmlt rlllieilt tn iioiisrrln ltloll like a ti illmlitcst Intention oi dllin: so > o n,liln stilin gz liinl c ncrrns nttended to. "the Wnterford . Irlsli nodule‘ will so cont-lrscsnd in take 1 K d r o I w s ms in tho nu-oh nl lrclhnd ' to I)- notice of the wrongs oi clrillzation,‘rorniiio in l. or‘T r i- slzn the Drotcst lioiniisr it, ade 3" however. sl ed t c nlctizc. I-‘t-tllril; "'”S‘ ‘'9 in runs, enlist. wlint sncrosnnct tlizhlty o(‘l<‘0.h'fm’d ,. ’ - ,,- I e sol‘ Irishman oi Ireland shelters hlinlAl-hill. E i ii; ostter and more Privileged than "3 corn- noon flil Ami-rlcnii or canuilldn?lweclt we ex Sir Horace spenlni of the English “In- hundreds o zihillty to underotuuii us" That in No estimate tn rhility applies to the United Suites also. , the‘ trio nppurentli, is only used us is mlikeslillt to lllrlude all those in Ire "’““:9‘l W MU‘ 0“ "SW0" “I I Church, and wnoro opinion on . . “W ter oi’ conscription wns ncarlt beliis "-" “S” “"5” “’ 9”‘ A TISSUE OF FALSEHOOD. mm w er For absolute downright hS'P0t'ritlcaI‘meetl!ls in Di .;rot it is hard to host this. "Irrlnud;orgn:i rims " p 9, n“, m.“ (numb mmfore. ,0 kawiiiiirinig the Arnericiin ltsmlutlon. theololzlcal tsmns nslde for the uinorcntlmdlis ‘ill! In and hand all their land ‘will the war,‘ . c when’! There is as much distress inlco I h "E sir-l mud with much interest illusicoricorned the Brlllsli Government in O'Brien’: letter In to-day's min lnnulwere not ollr business in-, ed tIt'nt. Surely something can be doneissserts that too many lrisliinrn are in e rndinri y I them oivporo conscription, bui they re lo! them deserve to be locked up. A (use to iiliow their apposition In unypi them are used in "detention allbreciuble niun r. I rnnuhlr. wouldn't mind it inucn. . . u some I do not think tliut n publlr mt-eilngl The editor's rejoinder has no rele- THE EDITOR'S ANSWER. .i ilay 7.) tiu-ougli his own efforts pud rontinued.ws i-nor or u d ch encournge t ‘ Duhlln today lsundail the L‘Dl- sarrliiccs and in smile or, not becnuoellu this crisis. Li, ., mm, ti I ‘Ir. George Irvine, Ilsa a well known ior his holding that, wlillr Ga ii t ;.mi [0 n psi-isli.g..lir A grant llcal less than lorrnerly. is still the rank or Calitaln in tho Irish volnn. xnrllitzlnt, 01’ if 8 lF ticrmliterl to I’IDI'n- tears I! w R. itrisorriiw J... . y e o (1 ti itoclri-iew. Stfliorgui. county Dublin. r-cc II quite as genun ii merit to whom he inslres payment (or servlt cl Avril l a. ti Sir7Aa the Primate or Al? Ireland i--'rtic,ro pro number! or of the‘ church of Ireland who pelleve 1' r. O'Connor. who has been under El-iglnd is r ilisi Corinrrlptlon would plunge Ireland the Devoy laah tor ysiri. Ir now in thin that Irish r i-nr in rllauter, Iatlorl of the rights or rniiill nations, hIIt.to hla credit. he inn only in would it not he I! good thing in Ill n the propose n incctlng oi Pi'ot.eatArit.a who oirponr Con- thnt it is n lzolltlul inlsthlro-on "ins Ally or lha ("tilted States. srrlrltlon. rrorn w ntrvor mot hlunde Ire til . in. order to organize Piotuiunt opinion all he mnlrted. l ohierve too: this long. Itrllctlre or human rllzhts We an 0 . . ' I , I -7 rt cl his own money-which uni inns "“ 9" “‘ ‘’"“’"‘l 'l‘“ ‘M’ M',",,el'1i-.';.‘;lFi;‘nilNlliet-ps in her purse and uoseltlio members or the church. Tnenhu wammmt on Pa" 3. GhtLIl April :7. l in rrn.<m=.-nus $- > ions. in pan. on answer In sum no lo rcsi Die, lilellts made It .‘lr. Cliarnttnrs reg. lilo ihr lnrgn cliiot, am no, gqugr iVi7i ‘I I VA 7 I I I 7 I I 7 ihl‘ lrlsh in Anlorira lhl‘ Ifavlr‘ (I! II 1‘ land. Ill’ l’(‘SLf[II(!d in [hair moi; [Rlsll pkoygsnms oppoglg copggplpylgll . ,. . .. is in Fllnlntlers, who it n .l lrirnii or ll'iellI'll9 nl all countries ,xol.od,i is ‘roll- elllti ' Till HA . ’ hi 1 arliri-= is gin-n In lull and the rspli ado mzinr r‘r)lIr‘E><l0n>. thousznds oi irnani tor itollows ii. PDEYS hart hrrome nr Arc in title ii- Papers Publish Letters From All Parts of Ireland Strongly Con- jo: tn l>erulrw, n usrr. oi their fills of lain: detailing the Policy of the Lloyd George Government and M3, (;HAy)3ERs'g ARTICLE. "‘“Fl'"'> 5Hl‘"“’“ ha‘ “""l ‘N1-' Dill Demanding Its Withdrawal - Airanzeizients Made for the I K ‘f:dh:”S‘:,T’“”" '0 . . . r V . . V , l nn I’) Signing of a. Protest in Numerous Towns-The Mensiilre “1’,I‘,’ ‘”” "" ”‘“"”” "0 ’ linezns of greatly rcsiririinr do,-irlnnl ' ' ll H. I‘:,.,n’l;:5,1gV,,,[:i:l:‘Ill4’i'i S‘ lrnnicnlinu At least. i. was the or, ‘ " ‘ " ' ‘nlnnution hi on Antrlm mania Ir"o tliiin Aniwiru or Ms! tIFelx'l‘(.q“n‘ . 1' . II . ll IW I . .. ... in... vrllrlsm ., . .,.:: ::,;..:: us pollilrsl rt-nirollt. in Whirh.aI‘ler p-sislnu lrisii‘i,.e,,,,,i i-M gim. W ".9 (intent; or British Rrnvire in this hour ol riav n mlmliralli eX=“’9>‘>‘”'l 3“ "Pl" lori .ILn:nrl' H The number at flzhb men IN THE rxlntn sures tow... then given in Iolluwsrrlorilillalions ry it .in......,i ,‘:l'""9“'ddl;l;m P I 0 A... OJJLI auori IN A II ,- lmallae will make use of mi virtcry over the lion. 'E““""l' "53"' . ,.. . nillvortunltics lor linited liitcrcrs he 3, is A mi. oi tliln column "to Wm" J “in on nrlis nl‘ nllr (‘hilrrh and‘ in a niannar not In in. ,......i5"“"““"- V ; - ‘rt M,‘ H - > and mg mm mm“ ‘M lrt-land . i.n.nm mm. A l"I7"1Fi“'"‘“' In 'W‘''‘- ‘It has rilrlllrod noarli loiiriceii venrsi '‘ "W" ‘W5’ ‘“"" '-""" ll’'‘“’‘ 6 Mnllnt Pic:-isaiii Srlliarc, Rliiicligh. it... [gunning 1a,m,age "W, m".MsMs that about 4l’lll.WlVl lrishmen or military Ami igi. inix. M. h‘. Ed“, soc hove rcrueod to erlrnll insrnsoivcs rliirr Rrmirirl tnr mi rebli . or ti :2: I'nltlPd to deal with them. cxzirlzlr do Greal hi-miin. alimnizli roininrrilziliy lntcrestcd to A sr-rinus rvtcni. ken! me‘ an aWmia,,‘rinncls on during the ilericnn disturb- iivc nl tlir lihnriies iticr riijny in thlsl"“’;‘“““d““"‘ ‘”""‘“l’1 tn ‘ .5“ h ‘ g ; n n ma c nsi ucc y "film “Wh Md "' '”l "M "”‘"'"‘ ”“d"a';'.,' Irish Penlniis who had u-iirrn refuge in TIIP I-ix strmi-tltililrliltlrl inilhidll nnn hale‘ hrnllgtlt their rricrnnies. real W‘ “’““">' “W ""1-‘ ‘W I"'"'"""’ “‘ ihcv h i-c irre- an e isiumi In- our leaders. rxtlollld did sign the ulsdsc. as many of us 3'cs- . , - - , ‘mm ,0 ,.,memm mm an M .,r irnisimn, in nu. rolintry and ore f;;e;;;;;E;n;;j=A;!l:hLr:;;‘g‘ Snggzgfg laicoiint, hon-oi-er, neglect to sign the ll7I‘0l‘l=st also, as this is to show that that ilvurt oi the I sh xnilon nursing them In the drlrlnienl I1! unit!’ among IllPil' lllomi rnntiligt-nls nnw hatv ...hmL ,0, mos tor the i‘r’illSr' nl iliilirnilonl nkalnst the hhrllarlans llro shnlllrl lie inll'!'lit-ll alum: with sriiilioiiiilt“ Mk 0! show mm “m mu Tciilons. Tlicy pro IIDI Sm llI(‘l'SillV lrallorn s n llir risll art‘ collrnznolls nnrl lornhl Tl" ""“l‘ Q“""”“" ‘"5 393" 1"‘!!- wll - llloerninn to A dinner but in A crisis like the iirernni one in g “I t 3 u “M, ,0 MW mules than tnlton rt sear liable to mine up at my mo Grit." me 7 oliiscil was Rood “mm. or T G‘ ‘ to discuss the “inani- - as I pin the terms ‘(‘.l1lhr)llr‘" nil ‘Pnltltlan ' ‘ uh I Fm . ,, .. , . . > . Q .t in R lit t , "E “M, ,,, ,,e,,,,dV 1 can Gum, sympa. defends tlic Iirtlcn at the Irlrli people I m"“:g:‘;'r'; 1;; “"3 !:m";ng“‘3‘rl;;';e E tliiso irltli their toellmzs tvllt Itw tcrin In ODDOSIHS VOMWIHIDH and. ""3" . "P" ‘ “and; truly. shows ilint the ninvcrrient In not h‘’‘“' ”‘ “"‘”‘ W “"9" '5"“‘“" ‘V’ ‘-5 Irish Rcpuh c. Would lrolnnd be stationed if (‘rent t .,u,,,.,,, the Roma“ cE,h.,,,. ieilnil lio argues that "Ireland nri-or Emm Name I ‘nil-“Pam da-mu; PIC ’ mg ml“, has got nrlyllltllg ironi England. except -' ‘ '"'"s" 11" r‘.;.. than his to ond - 1 Wm,” ‘ppm, to “I ml,mbe‘,!‘Iri5h rnrlinninht. he says. our decor: Th K “K” ‘S rraw ::’d':"'<[o mm“ mum. 0, Fe“mL.m,, "l<oinernrl">cxni-ll; or do the pncnns with Compelling catholic Emanrtpa- ‘"9" W’-" mm? “OWY ‘-119 "7?" ‘mi 5-Mm“ to M“ in’ tlon. dlssntnnllshment at the Ctiurrh oi "93 9“ ‘hell’ “P! I" MW‘ 0' mufdt‘-" in mum,‘ mmd Bndplhe m,,,s,.,n9 In; in mid hlood any Alnericllaa iriioiri A DIRASTROITS MEASURE. L,“ Am,‘ I" 0, ‘Md, , ha... "0 am. they (‘an archive. Here are n tew more Lake“ lrorn tho position to dispute. But duriiig th 1"” “"9"” “"9 N"Wll>t-I 25-M" I Ir-dvnmdm! at April 2n and 2:4: ;Rel'oIutlon. Englan was our o PI1 To the Editor min Ind , , in om r ormulans referred to nor then mu in, but I i-nncr to my user on tint every man Tm as! rial were ii he editor or GAI‘l.ll' A.VH’,lI(’A inch member of the Protestant chilrcli Stripes should be I031! to our Alllea. reciprocate: the personal friendship ex, and its branch denominations, that uwo as to our row: or hl thoiisnndii would join eat on-lo snip. Edi! Irelnnd in their wholshcarted protest. was the point at Iaaue iir.s d I’ IS. with the i- all C or never, out ills hope: he will "live long and dl The ad a on My lntcreiit in Ireland odd the lriiih new political heresy riiunrintrd h I c as h t nmhe A 9, 19! Editor Dewar. although I hnvo not our expression tckihal he his. M h ll'IBI'nt>Ql'!lfel'!d (or "her cluse” no . T‘7n(l!!IG bet use rho is an "alli-- at d about the l‘nitrd States The !l'KIlmPnl wv‘ Id co ocripviiori in Ireland be iintennole. even it’ Englsnrl nnd would he r Illrert. rlnr country for iiom re. in sand I . rim the qllentlnn. IIISE IGVECTIIEHY. silent-an Lb! DGVOYIM llirhl to I Mlilntry to l‘?ili‘l'I We re, ? rapid-are gun illountienl nilegixncr, (dantlnud on Page L) 1 ‘rain with ohou-vial Irinhnela. ea But. President Wilson not publicly oer