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The Gaelic American - Vol. XI, No. 5, January 31, 1914, Whole Number 542.
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The Gaelic American - Vol. XI, No. 5, January 31, 1914, Whole Number 542.
19 February 2014
New York [N.Y.] : Gaelic American Pub. Co.
Joseph McGarrity Newspaper Collection
XL’ Na, 5. Whole No. 542. ihlt ATURBLIND ENELISH VIEW IIF IRELANIJ. (my Balfour's Flea For Maintaining Present Cond inns Shows That Even The Ablest Englishmen Are incapable Oi Judging Irish Afiairs By ordinary Standards“-He Denies That There Was Ever An Irish Nation 0r Distinctively Irish Institutions, Or That Ireland Is Now Unfairly ireateil-Public Opinion Only Counts When Favorable To England-But He Puts His Finger On The Vital Defects Of The Home Rule Bill. Arthur .7. Balfour. former lender terests of En ll Huanciom‘ or 01 Fri!- ,.ag Ijllloliists In the British Parllar lsll taxpayer . If there in exploiting, it int, and still, by long otltls-, their iort=- is the other way. Fa ' om lrt-lltntl not ’ man. has republished in a small ' .. - 4 iation Ir ‘.ll an cle on ' olity and om, it a ni rc ,tii‘l'(illE" in the h EUGZLIIL ttan Its iatr sllnrv it send. more Lila itniteali tor ootooer last The r i. '0 ti or representi- in umher tiios to the htitisli I"c).i'lliu'Ilenl, as is to- York branch, and the price llllued hy ovoryliody. lniluililig the au- Nn thorn of the Home R. Hill lit, in ntlditioit to this, it has in every English and scottislt rit- uu tintrortant se-tiotl iiopulzition who vote avowedly .i tie a NEW . yvrence e v interesting little book. not ets any practical, or pus- s e e E z .= E E. S o E tundi sto indicated b Natl n. whirls and supporting the policy or Xa- tionalist loaders. “I do not ooiupiain-tar it-ont it; i merely ins that no lrlshman, where- ert-r he lives, who ltnows tho circum- til never he ahle - y legislation in the urtttslt a S ii its tiottimlnt tiiany ”v ‘ <’"?’0Wv .t sound and some of at rniille. He demonstrates that the As- one or a soinevitla rtiit Home Rule Bill lair iii‘ 1' of tell asexua- iu the uiilrei-inl Pat-linnteiit, and IltL‘lilI; loss in air l-iroportion of an her t lntporinl oolects. i, ten we to rind the insti- cation for ironic Rule, ue mus-t loolt not ntttor ones as may remain can be cls.ewilei't>. we shall never rind it either tr ed in the existing Parliamentary system stt ’ taaatiolt to ' at the time wiu co ot- in the ext ng nanciai system. ‘ ttttiptiyrni will easily it use wit There, if there he grievances, they are 'a'lI'lsLt patriotism u ttish patriot- British, not lrish. where, then. Those who Lil he says. "ask only for time, at." lies the lristt oiiilitztiity? English sill? ilrters . o ' tattoo and nut lunch of ti: ihis is P i-lointa, itttle give us scant intornt on this point. They tall: about the mit- gestioii of l’a.i‘lla.lnel1tary business. They tall: about the emliarr esniertts win‘ the Irish mic-stion has caused to sun- cessive governnlems. There in ranges tion: and them are embarrassni non tr‘ the Home Rule Bill. which he out they do not constitute t e iriith -ltttiy condemns as no eaiuti u at all. Qiles ' ti. no on y dc... ,0, it thin or provisions w-hir s ow that . em, and ev rybody w - belti. l ritislt constituen- British legislative pro mu ills tor their me-insist on illiainutlnlng Erilisll in all essentials and give lrclanii iatrest and ullest share in the railin- “ll”?l0l“‘P3rllament" to plus’ with. rncntatv utstltutto s of the rnited ilr Ba.Ifaili', like it'll Liberal uliiion- Kingdonl. what satisnes seotland can- '3 st the not 5 no, land might not to sails- (y them. it would lic treason to ire- land" The statement is quoted full. so that lit. Balfour's position may he tinder- " er it is not cxoloit- cd in the interests of British financiers or of British taxpayer-s. if there is ex- illrlltlllg. it is the other ii 'i‘i-lore is no arguing with a melt trlio ntoltes sitt-h it statement. in tho law, of a reirnrt at a British , Siil few that iroland was oi-e some thin the cul- ml the ii: . - mrangllshlllzin Is as ignorant of the acts and us unwilling to learn KY’ :1-ilglalid or it, . 5, ml “unlit admits there is an it-ish ml ”“‘- “ in gravity." he says. " al or irelnnd from x,:iao,trlill to it little over he ll Enmsik oi history-depending on th ,1 n t h "rims ii the Min In full force if the present Home Rule Bill should hoconie l h r If III’ e, later contentions clear. he reeds to atone the smtemelit that lrish founded on it corniileie dr- so cornieol that it is really o ‘wt an amazing misstatement mfzin and essence or the lristi It wins NEW YORK, JANUARY 31, 1914. DANGEROUS “JOKER”lN IMMIGRATION BILL. Clause In Section 19. Un- less Amended. May Be Used Against Political Refugees-The Objec- tionable Literacy Pro- vision Retained. There is a l’1i'oit'llsl0n in the immigra- tion rlill now herore congress. which. although it is ostenstnly aimed (M. anar- t-htsts. may be used against anyliotly who tries liy nrtuetl iorte to erect a free gov- ei incnt oil too ruins nl an id world ntonart-lty. This "iol<er” is to be round in amendtrtent on page as, line iii. scctioit 19 or the Bill, it provides tor ctton oi property. or etching anarchy or tn Ol'87‘UI.rnii: to 7070!: or l'iOIL‘7iL'(' or organ. 1;‘t‘tI yovirrmrrcnt, or the itssasslitittion or nulillc omciais. The part or Section 19 nf the immigra- poiitlcal rerustes, ierent-e hetween an anarchist and a man who strives to tli'ei'tI'lrt)w what he can- . ers tt htni government tor the pur- pose oi est-alslishtng B. ltetter one. The wily senator it-out New Yurlt, Ml’. Root, has horn Qtargeti nitlt the men nslhll- - of ha s that t-lause inserted in the nurnett Hill. A law should he so rt that the possibility oi miscon- ot i rovlsions will he itenders? As it states 1'll('aI offences in other countries seek- inz asyluni hers. W I it is only by "force and violence" that “organized governments" can be it thrown nnvwhere. All organized gov- < it ever canto tn this t-ountry tried to overthrow organ- i1,ed government, and nevertheless made good and devoted titizens of the United States '5 , B clause. which was in th h xlr. Tittt, the avowed purpose of which is to keep um. undesirahle alien . Any alien who can read any language is desir this rage provision. The t I coitulns the foolish liter-arty e measure vetoed st-hemer," who on know how to read or w-lte. TO RAID NEW YORK FUNDS. Pence Pal-rers Seek to Obtain $30,- 000 From the State to Finance Their Bogus “I-Iundrarl Years of Peace” Ce1ehra.tioll-B1an- volt and Nelson Introduce Bills in Senate and Assembly-Got to Work to Beat Them. Tilt: Pence Fnkels are melting tnother 8 Treasury. S0 is to E.’ o = Vurlt D it nngloltoieriran e sent the inllowing ,,, o s over the stat.-,, hut have not yet made a puhlio onoeal: NEW York, January M, inn. My near Mr. or lmllmdliile concern to the melI'ibClS or this committee resident in the Stage on . Pent-e centenary contmission, for the purpose or executing at plan for an air proprlnte cslehration in the state or the centencry of the signing O of client and the rentenary of nrnlty be tween the rotten states and other coun- tries, rtvmrt mt rooperlte In senirlng the es of the Senate, A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF IRISH INDEPENDENCE, IRISH LITERATURE AND THE INTERESTS OF Intr- ileons or the its.-onttrly, ii-I he til-zll“ faroratile tonstderatlon oi the hill I Won't itiu also Si v tour lrtmtl lrl;lrr,- >!tillaV.1i'FE. in tilt stat. Lt-gislattre fur stiliyiott anti ltrlng surn Inlliillillt‘ in ‘ma’ eruong ymlr rrieiitls that Llilnlt unllltl he or help lo the Hlilimlllti I as this .-nutter ntii route on for vnrl,‘ t‘-onsltiortttion. it is tittnortant [hill V site this rcotiest yoili ]ll‘i).II[tl am-ntton Very truly vottr .iottx A chitirntan ‘ tuttvt committee. The l"cacc: I-‘al<el’s, tI‘ltl>[l‘f)1iI ii) nt-arr 'll’ dt-tnaiirls anti hitte ,‘;r:lil4)ilNI‘ r<iniIt‘A touimits" in i illeil reloliratlon or a HilIi:ll(‘rI Yliziis oi, Panto ' Engitttitl, iulit rigltty o wliiih were rhatorttrrztnl r and r nelisli ilin: .t iivn tens or thottsautls o -h aid at thc crisis of tho tit-inlution cu-, alileti the rt-VOIl(>'(l colon s to win Alli-‘ crit n in cnonden I‘ Ax and and I'DllinrI, which also gai-o important hells‘ iir - rim: 0 Indeflfntlrili iin oi on he P ate Fair:-:i’u' tan oi lie or Ii<‘<‘It‘il in notiro tnom, intt thnrr‘ .’.i:i‘ .t great tony rish it Polish tttiztns who out have scmetltittg to sat in this or. 5 re The lfivx i-ring of the iIPlVialliI ior tnonoy in the peace Pal-iers hours iiluillve testi- haw- received. on Jun. 19 1, 5 tor Saxe or New iorl-t introduced a bill mill Mr (‘trliw or ii the ASsE!lIlI‘tI., irrovldlnt,-for ait itltllrolirlailou oi $:mll,tlir-7 to rlefra) New York's share in the grand ncat-o junkct which was to prepare the via) -AliIt'V‘l(‘I<ill Allla re. The c o earls Committee at e s>r‘lIlI)I)‘ vil considered t in mint session. mm it at in t dot-itleti tones (torn their constititents h it vi smothered and iieier acted upon try the Legls-lattice. Then 91 year later senator RI>tli'I5P(‘l'- sor or Bunaio introduced in the Sellam New York in the bration oi the centenary of Continoelore Perry's vlrlory of rate l=)ri The bill was drafted by t Peace he P-‘a.k8lS a d handed to its introdticers. ore n it contained e t stand. it IlllaD‘lCYli’I9,dt would enable me coriniiissloii which I e hlll ttreateti, intt which was really in Pxlstenre ulroady. to make this role a si>lcnt-ltd victory over l:Il'iL'i:il-lil lie liuittirt-ti Years of I-‘et’lI‘t‘ l bra- Aisemlllylllail Palrlfk xew York, who nret-outed trout licirtg rushed through without discussion and thus gave time to the cltltetts or the State to tntttc tllclr voices hrntrtl. Pro- ittle lulter" had to M struck ottt and the cantnilssion was in- strutted that itot it ilolldr oi tho states htlull he it ,<l in tho llllndred rs of Pence celctlrrillml, nr rot nny htntlon a demonstration r Io-Aul- rlcnn ,. Their otrorts I on uwever, o n listened to the sh p on to Perry ind his gallant men. The con- spirators foiled toniniete Now, as vllll he soon train the circular the peace routers have e r o united States is ready to hack England n war with Get-ituiny The daily Da- ners have suppressed the news. hilt t. e nooolc can he reached without them my he IHFKI of l‘omiiIIttiA‘eS named 5 S on a . . “'3-at 11 d Erlglisllnlan with :rr,‘&LL"01]and is neither rohhed nor op- t is not exploited in the in- (contuwea on rain 5-) o and (0 lion. Ale under McDonald. Chair'- man or the coin men or ways and InvIXmk.’t' ("‘.a!.ri4rA THE IRISH RACE. 4!’ .r,,. ,.t. .,.rst inns u.c Au ot c...,.et. ox .it.r.h;, tun IPRICE CENTS. DUBLIN CALLS FEI. FAIR PUBLII‘. INQUIRY. Great Mass Meeting In The Irish Capital Azts Tile i.Ji(i 'l‘ tttv To Hold In- vestigation Into Police Brutality-Tile G0tt‘i'iti7iF‘iiI I‘i1iltiI‘. A Force! BollarLitw Wouill Like in See Civil Wdi it " Divide Ami Conquer That The Old British Policy 01' alitz. IiViiCii Proves " is In Operation To-Dal As Mitch As Evei4Tlle Engilsr. Rulers Of Ireland Are Control oil To A Great Extent 8) Their Hlrellngs. icc Irish Po iS]rt::lt'lI to Tin. tittin AilIl:ll is r IIIHA 3. Jail lit.’ Jliilltas-i llatill Miviit: that lrtlit,-' i: Eiiii Ii V(ln>LH'JAltl in -t oitoity or I-‘(lSiEIllr> i l.Ilt:4iil litinn in 1 Pill tllllo and Milli S )4:.ils at-. .t.lo.i i s Viol-ls rivil .it:li lott- itme t shrill lip mill lhvlr t‘i“S[Il'iilic loll no s t t I'll antic, mt inentitlttl.- - or ll it tt i tititt tould not he liiil'.’illL‘I('il lit Hiii‘i);r(' . lltittn L a .- t lril-1 ‘.i,.ll and fllIil0lIl’l(’('t'I that ILL‘ hon no Iillitilllrll of ant ]li'DlliisI, iiltl: ii... the I"liiii.v Kilr- tit. 0 Mr I.tt' lriit‘, Ibr3l‘t-‘ is Imllllll to iin lllll no in l--t-iaitt o nssuntt-s that t nto,rlc or iclttllr‘ etc even t;.'l‘lildr route than his Eilgllsh Bili‘Ii('rir'r;5 A iew exira< ts i: m the l;itl:lis-h Tory stills!‘ tit.- I it stntt nansht rtrtnt-.-tittl Mr. try at large. in my liolitvf, wn are lug rat-idli, and, it nothing he tlonv to ohtttito [lie t-urien we are driittng in- evlntoli. to Ciiil uar. which ntil snat- li‘r if: its lnillidailuns the “hole failrlt‘ or our national existence and whirh vtill, at the xsaiue time, lent-c us txtiosed it, dangers trom Wltilallt." --we not-o elicit a pledge that If ti- - ' is w wit support her in her hti-. to teen that p ctlns as titaius, and had lost nil right to the UI.l9(ll9iI<‘P unntt vihilh a'l gotornrnent stands ‘l is ncry rhetoric was introduced into his speech to r(iH>r s s 1% iiiniltl d the rettigttation liotoritnicnt- rt w ' the rlitiluriv is r. v appit llisrtrttso the root from hutlt themselves mrlilnllllng the Ilomti Ritln ntll comes nlli lroni them out fruit; o l.iIl4=ritl he- trzl al. Tl.li these people hrosoiit is to set lrnlttmtn alltiln min in oi-do c ttro tor tltttns-cit-rs u )raIii'i' political ttdiatiiattu, nro lhir rico- nlc uho rule lrcittnd And who none to tile lrolnnd in the ittturc. 'I‘Il:‘y titny nlilke speeches about mil it In . rznelisli Ti)l‘lI'r- tight- ' tor, hut tltnt n-itnse ill.’tl.'l tiDj(‘4‘l at .-I lrlsn. ii’ is mil)‘ oiriet-i is to tIl'("Ll'4' l‘l- strr into rlglliing with the ITS! or lie- I “II it is the old game. not this unit- otii iidltod nnti ttttnsltaiitnt ’ s ('V(‘l’ the 7? x courses . in , George they call it “llanor" anti -- g t-- and stretch their Iiymrriiirnl hands to Gad Almighty and nsk liitn to tllicst A he's Voczilitllar) points it the attempt to describe ilmiilrm d1’,Dlt‘t the contempt that MTV!’ ilerilll Irishman VPEIE far lhPllI Bill W956‘ [rea- plr rule lrolnnd and have ruled her rot centuries. The tat-rical pollre inquiry in Dtllilln is still sitting and mklng huge on i a 51 Km out i it hulcls a Dull] inciiliry. But those inquiries dirfet front simiin functions e rs to I h e n a E 3 the not-ernmont they 9 unshle to c In- oel the nttendlnce 0! essential witnesses and those witnesses who in Tut. ..t-ti. 'l‘rtI(id titling ‘II. no lo . L'ti-ll’ I l.<i S‘; no-.- tlra “cl lain: r. tilts li:".‘ ii," I" proitttsv -its .t:....i mill [.4 riltilllly xii, iitrrtli ’< 1''. Ln; . as it ittt-in Iill u CDIISIILVIU. . [null SlFlIxP tor ix to ,-. a , .Ili- uttlttiiawul mt-: ortl rlltl t as dye and means for i!‘n]ti‘0V- the pay and conditions for the rank and nln oi the Metropolitan and it, I. C. it n ;is l':::tllv was When [I10 nunotitttt-ni to the ll1E!l ii air wits to uni te Sl0"i1: hltw oier but i: l:n'.; irouiil and ti the little bciilg. Th noltrt--rhlrlen noiernnteot mil.‘ n‘0l’lh= and only gets t.-.o tontt nip: or tho ; was 1 iii O'Connell s :t the Lord limo: tit Lnthliit to hrtlil .i rc.tl titqul ' ’t-ereitt toiitiiltt of llitl l)l,'(iIrIi' Illll-lii’Ii'I 3 llll.lrlnl‘L‘tls t'f i>(-lit d and niariy r I i = - IFMll‘o trait tlild tiidlscrinti 35: too ..ttgt.t . S'it‘:ili. crs stritml ltoldlr that (lie not.-tttntt-iit's inttulrt into illv Hindili" of tho pollro “ 5, ,(,,.H.. ,t,,. mil) t or union was to Vl‘lli’l“-V so the tuition and not the tinme ior “ ..t n(tlll’Y'9iI on tho liatottod not. > in tho (‘Yul or the ntectint: st rcsoltititrrt use p. -ti, i‘Il0iit ti dis- ing the i.tw.i ylnynr ililililt lltq ' 'on he f Thc police i7itli‘I:‘ sex-t-rul o rni‘t‘Ii.'.K. hut itntl, ttz uttlttiron. Tlic vnlttttioe s org 1! on or it. iin is rrou-' almost l‘(Ini,"It't(‘il nttri the or- ganizntinii ni llitt tmttttrv i qtiicltly unti sottsratrttrrtliv in rlln has noon dtttrlt-d Illtti ilmr linrt.iitnns and ‘ ' lz n ‘lVlt‘l, not no rot-etwl R illl‘(‘It tnr slim iront the lrlsh i'clntttoe.-s- ill hllndel- “Pr? FSIIOKL til list-.i to rind II (‘III P tnnt almost the hrst resnottse to their fl 5 Should PUYVH‘ ITO!!! [D9 lrish volunteers in Anioiitut. lit-in-it Hnri<o'( Z. s... E WILLIAM O'BRIEN RESIGNS. A canle rlcsttaltlt it-out (‘ark last week announced that williniti rrnrion had re- signed trout the ririrish I’i'il'lIiIlil(lI:i( tor the purpose or cnnlt-sting z‘nt- scat again nd silentl [hr Im1sts r the Red- rnont-iitos that he hurt lost the conlitlettre or his ronstitut-nt.-. The lornt or reslg man is apt-ll" :1 mo rt=r'9l".t riitirtl cipai elections in Cork wiiitl: -tccoiints cular and to the senators and Assembly- (COMAMAC4 on Pave SJ ous Inlmorallty oi Dublin castle which came to light when the crown Jewels honoting The t-ontt-st prom. Ices to be vei)' lively. i I