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The Gaelic American - Vol. XI, No. 8, February 21, 1914, Whole Number 545.
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The Gaelic American - Vol. XI, No. 8, February 21, 1914, Whole Number 545.
19 February 2014
New York [N.Y.] : Gaelic American Pub. Co.
Joseph McGarrity Newspaper Collection
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to on also 51. r. ldilrs zor In if it a-m mo. ,,,,;;1,, No. 3. Whole No. 54'5- NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 21, 1914. L-.l.r..l..ee,.,..o.vd‘se....u-am ,,.-,... rstllwl‘-asiulflrrnl hiss. XulLNlX..uud:rlhelidialI5u<-p=os4MasrA).ll1) A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF IRISH INDEPENDENCE, IRISH LITERATURE AND THE INTERESTS OF THE IRISH EACH. PRICE FIVE CENTS. WANTS A MILLION o'lJonnelI Says Thai Number Of lrish Ireland llibiied The Rest Of Ireland 'u'S Tregllnter Rizal-la , '1 he Izlnltons, s. w., February 3, 1914. lo an Editor caer.lc Auelucarv; not iully aware, oi ccursc. = T has no admirer oi the Redntoildlte ,,,,,,promlse on Home Rule. it is entire- the historical rights or ire- iv beneath 3,4, at even that shadow oi national may or the Yeas oi 1798. especially in the neighborhood or Beliast, and a much Inger number oi: milnr miscreants out- side oi lreland, who are organized n armed with the object or violence an nassacre. The entire press or the his and and wealthy classes unites in Ln< muraslns their preparations and ex- nsing, or rather extolling. their crime orlrlrehalid. we have the declarations oi the pres- ent British Government that the threat- atrocities will be prevented. in isugrcsi. air. that a means more liyoi the power and pride or our race upon our own race ior the hctection or our Motherland. ii a blow be struck at Ireland ta-day. lot‘ it on o truer. that wile my around ile world and wall mice a decisive date 1' s ' ‘ohomp for ever. Within a month i to-dsyst '1oiild be a million or lrish-Americans :1 i:.n. -a h eulpc to execute that his the instant Prelude to a dehnil: and irresistible assertion of Irish Nation- ooii, within a month a million of enrolled uni organised citizens or lrishnescent, tlsdsed to preserve the peace of ire-land, iioeceslsry it the expense of the peace as the enemies or lreland. Le e united. Nothing but union is necessary ior our complete triumph. The lull-ate being raised against iro- lllld must never have I chance to wave a any breez ever on already.-let there be a million mrislimen in America enrolled and or- lhsre the honor to remain, sir, Y Y0‘-li’9y Uni-I 0’Do3'it‘i:i.!.. H ?%. . . . TXLD ENGLAND RESPONSIBLE. 5 c A l Inllllon . , mm “m':e‘IImi::da month, which it do and rlsh peo- houid occur on .ncoaunt 7?‘ to a ldndl. mm men who have sold ire- olTEnlisllsh pnfgteior a miserable mess I A . ms .-,,',','h‘!:5=[ge in ulster inst now is, hm wmihelahd shall have liome C7 the country’ is ‘D I12 Y Sir E rule Po ' n e the dinmnlffiv it Iiill he by crawlingro “gun by orsngemeu than J 0,-. ‘,3 one Loy-olists . with - hands ‘or... too easily crush armed Nations- to dezend themselves hero F MEN IN A MIINTH. -Americans Should Be Ready To Save If The Carsonile lhreats Oi Civil War Are Carried Out-But The Home Rule Game lsVNot Worth The Candle And The British Government, Which Allowed The Orangemen To Arm And Pro- Frilm Doing 80, Should Be Held Collectively And v Personally Responsible-Civil War Would Aflord England’! Enemies A Fine Cl‘lE,IlDBs tn rt the Government issued its hraciamatian forbidding the further inlimihtion of arms. The wllole civil- laorl world knows the meaning or that arming and drilling oi the urlnerl Nationalism will insist on Ireland’: inalienable right to gnvern herself. The present British Government does nut h British Government does not me n tn t it shall corn: to tivil war: it will surrender to Carson helol-e oinl. Ml'.- Asquitlfs caches th speech in reply to liir. waiter Long was a plain lntisnstlcn oi that, even it we had no other. And at the present writ- in; the cable is hot wit es oi a compromise by which ireland is t dismembered by excluding iour counties iron the control or tho it h P rlia- ment. with the consent oi the Part . The Br" 'sh uorernment is responsible ior the protection oi the "Irish arson. he held collectively and personally responsible by many more than a million lrishmen in Am: es and elsewhere. And in Erlgland’s next great war her enemy would have no dlnlculty. except those oi transport. armament and maintenance, in obtaining that number oi lrish h ‘ng men, a goodly number or whom would be trained soldiers. The Asquith Government is respon- sihle for the Present situation In Ulster. my and navy. active, as well as retired, to vvenly toment the agitation in favor oi arlne resistance in its mlscalled Home Rule Bill. has done nothing whatcver to sinrming the right or armed reels They ave done more to shatter the dis ciplino of the British army. airesdy dis- credited by the demonstration or utter ineiiicieucy it made or itseii in south a could nos- sibly have done in twenty years or sitti- And the Hnlshlilg touch has been given by Lord Roberts, the Butch- er who slaug tered twenty thousand B e women and children in the con- centration camps. and w o. irenzy ior conscription. has been telling the world that that army is in‘ no dition to take part in war on a large cslo. - what a temptation the civil war. to n E u down by tliei . . nlvlded according to rellttlivxiln-“S n ,- rcsus . I “ 5 a e W India, or deiend o . .3 is men are ready '0 Britons and betrnyhotnz ic which K5" "W" ‘ ‘ them irom thei- , . . ecome great Rtpubl ' when Ehzlund drove x. .2 I- own land, tor a teu'per cent. payment by England or ht-r debt to ireland. They ar e watching ents on the other side oi the Alien c and meet them are quite so site with the esults, present and he em I cull! came it might. the host possible tiling tor ireland. would give England’: enemlea s splen- did 0i7l70l'tunl!.Yi and EEYPI would have their chance. As who knows what might happen in the great colonies? Irish Nationalists should. of course. make such prepsrstions as are rrlt their reach far such an E And .1 hun- Nationalist, ialniliee planted in Northeast lreland aiter the war would ior ever settle "the llister Question." JOKER CUT OUT OF BILL. Congressman 0‘Shaunossy Intro- duces Amendment to Immigra- tion Measure Which Removes Possibility of Using It Against Political Refugees. ) ‘ WASHINGTD. . , Feb, 14-To Ca xressman George ll‘. O’Sl:iauneila)' or Rhoda island belongs the credit oi iurlendiliz out 01 the immigration Bill the joker inserted ‘III section 19, which made possible the deportation or per- sons charged with laurel)‘ political 47(- ielltes against other governments. This A)iEBlCA:V vi a U4 -i :c r-. C) > the bill vetoed by Mr. Tait towards the ’ y senator Elihu Root or New York and appeared in the Bill as it was re-introduced tn the present congress. 1 read in part: “That any alien, at up three years otter iound ' advocating ’ar' teaching the -on lswiul destruction oi property, or advo- ting or teaching anarchy. or the over- ’ or violence or organized assassination or pun c oi-ilclals - t - sh ll rant oi the secretary oi L into custody and deported." . I Mr. D'Shaul1essy moved to amend this section by striking out or nage‘38, line 14 or the bill the words “organized ernmeilt" Government or the nited states or all iorrns oi " t " laI‘. . Mr. Burnett. who introduced the lin- migration Bill in the lrlonsefacceptesl Mr. 0'shaunessy‘s amendment and it was Idalned. y X...‘ OUNARD'S OROOKED GAME. Pretenca That It Is Dangerous to Enter Queeilstown While Other Vessels Find Refuge There From the Storm. ' me New York Tinlcs ct Feb. 13 pub- lished the iollovlirlg: e 0! the Cunard Lilla said yesterday that beginning with the sail- oresa liners new York direct at 2.30 P. hi. on Satur- By omitting the Queenstown call ten hours will be saved t e v t youte which they opt. l. n the some dlty the (ullovilng cable despatrlr was pnhilslred: - The Postmaster-General has sanction- . ed the ari'.al1grmelll by which the cunsrd Line's Saturday mail steamsllips will cut out queenstounyss a par orc . l n tor the Town clerk or Qncenstowo he rxvlulils that he cannot relate the cuuarrl Line's contention that risk is incurred in entering quecnstcwn Harbor viiti-i its -rsest ships, alld'adds s could rwovere (mm the cunard Coninhny ior rsilure to h i cuing embark t o m ss oi weather. Tncveios-c. as it or old bc nlghly'inconvmiml ior so e or the in Cunardeil to rail anti othvrs not to do so, he is rnlilrtantli folded to the con- clusion that all should sell direct. in t 0lII'E I Week now the cable In- nounccs that the Cunard stcanlslllp has i at Quconstown. steamer use unable to stop at queens- town, cling to rough weather. while the Aiiciior Line steusn was so dam- asz. up rather t t she has to take reiuge in Quite town. And the den h which recorded the ialiule of lso told oi the r entering in ltcl-(cut ssicly. The desputch about the Cunarder and the White Star vessel is as lol- Thc steamship Canilanla irom Liver- plml ior New york, anchored outside the harbor to-day. the captain derllrlllig to enter. The tender did not dare to veil- turc outside and tlityone lzssscu crs and 1,000 sat-.l-la ol.n-lull must wait ior the Ulwnplc on Thllrs-in)’. '1‘ - sllahic which arrived out tile same time as the camanio, en eves the her passengers alsoard in I calilpnrallvely smouil-. EEI. The can showed that the crlpnlnd Anchor i.ine steamer was able in get in where the cunsrder dared not an a said. v The cult-stonid, storm-tossed and with her passengers “bruised and battered, 5oili;ilL refuge in this port early today on her no to Glasgow alter a in ocean experience on Friday that hurled the cdlcuonin slid down waves, submerg- in; the ports on one side While the HD posite outs ilollltecl skyword. only to re- verse the process as the next wave struck. ' GERMAN STEAMERS HELD UP. :1 Sir Roger Casement Indicates the True Reason y the German Steamers Were Kept from Queelmtown-A Deadly British Blow at the Commercial Inter- ests of Ireland Which Elth Unionists and Nationalists i e. ' ', in the Dublin Irish TI"mcl 0! Feb. 3 lhl:ro..nas.pdnte;i.aa..lettes,,irpm sir. Roger easement on the y c Queenstawn which was noticed in the cable uespntcnes to the New York daily papers; e reason or this unusual is tics irohl men who usually boycott genu- atatelnzlzl It the 2 as: t against Queenstdwn were made known ne ventured to think that they "should turn rilany Irisnnlen nt home into Home d those abroad into som in; more." a That expression oi avia- lorl. appearing In A Unionist paper, mace letter a mu er o ve news" (or the New York F0 owing is er: Sir-The duestian the Quetnston-n mail route is one o such importance to the ll-lsn People that 1 reel sure you will again permit rue to call public at- tentlori to the latest developments in this rnnneirtion. i need not so over the ground slrchdy travelled. we are all one. I believe, in whuibhetirtedly resenting the action of the Cunlrtl onlpany, and we or no ignorant oi the influences behind that action. his evidence to show that lne intention to substitute Liverpool ior Qiieenstown as the port of departure ior mails to l e United tea has been long in conteiiiplaliim by the Cunard Compnuy. vi‘ port oi‘ the postal authorities. nutrient, I I'll] do Ila more than that thc nlialldolllllen Daflers. the lull text or the let- of i n = V For the iioint -s o- the CD1IV'C."“IlCEt r nrramarory state- lncnts against Queenstou-n as a port oi entry ior vesscls or tlirl Ilrgi-st llulk are but ior -srd to h islc Ind rose, and ex is e n act or bad faith. The’ Irish public are not unwarranted Inna‘ licvlng that urlher errsnse irisn port and public are scarcely likely unprelurliced consider-alien. That the substitution of Liverpool for Qiieelialrlwn 70!‘ the carriage 0! mil‘ Yllllls , to its 1.7. S A. illcts loss and lu-on-l veilii-use on Irish colulnerce e in Ireland rlisilutca. “e 1 (acts TIIII it Irlll Qquaily Hilxil luss and in- lonrenirncs tor the bulls oi our higher ltfoiitinuelt on Pay: 6.) WITH MURE " SAFEGUAIIDS” BILL MAY PASS jg.--m England Likely To Give Some Kind Of Home Rule, Says Bulmer liobson, Because She Think: This Will Remove Irish-American Opposition To Ari Anglo-American Alliance-In This Year, When There is So Much Talk Of Ending The Centurieri Feud Between The English And Irish, The "Friendly Liberals" Are Doing Their Worst To Isolate Ireland From The Rest Of The World, As Is Evidenced By Their Treatment 0I- Queenstowu. ispeciui to The can IC Aucnrcas.) ill: .l.x', Feb. s.-The Elisllsh Par- llaluent will npcn in a'ierv days and the me ule lain will he the point round which the ncrccst-storur u-ill rage ior the next six months No arrangement apparently has been come . tween (hi: English Lilli-rials and Tories regarding the mt-osurc. but xi: arrange- Bill is mlastd. Passed is not.’ not in its present iorvu. arrange men! (‘an be com: ta ilelween the big English parties. John Bull will 1 himself of the Carsonlte 0PPOEition W Home Rule to further renirl era oi the proposed lrish under the pretence or giving addltionsi “safeguards" lo‘lrlslz Unionists. The Government polllicisns lsoeo on giving “saieEllIrd!." as Y ll.‘lia Inelna they can appear to give lrelsnd a great deal and in reality give her very little. The present Home Rule B1 c nations and in is 1-1 goodwill see the ‘hand without scrapie or shame to prevent any intarronrss betw en lreland and the continent or Europe one through Eng- the Irish nation, the other is is radical change in the nature a! Englishmen. Neither is at all likely. ' The real reason that impel: the Eng- lish to parade a friendship far uh they have never felt lati % . rcland is paciile colonel Roosevelt told them so plainly the last time he was in Lon on iurlher believe that it irelond is paci- iied with a Home Rule Bill they will be get an Anglo-Anierican Alliance. shlit.l"' Bryce has told them so. and sir Cecil S1Iring<l1ice and all t e other sdroit gentlemen whose business it is to get the United states to h nglsnd against Germany have done the (B '< u e call Alliamte without that alllsuce Ellgia d will surely come t griei llcr r later. nnd t title the real At this present buonrcnt the English Prllne llinister l1 s a secret agent tour- in the tn-srinrc oi Ulster and inter- vit-wing the leading opponents or llonre Rule usiihg them, in the interests at 3 in s P vuoet press-arc brought to bear upon (114: English 1o ' to pct them to let the sill go throng by consent. oil in the internals of in Aligli>Amoi'ican Alllniwo. it is being liiiltt=d‘thu( the colonic with ll 2 shire of an hilt in order. In ti Ellglisil think, to rcnloro I serious dini- cn from the path olhrlilsh diplo- liy var . with all tilt-sc inllur-noes at work and with John lredmond pledging our un- aliersble loyalty to applaud. if the Home Rule Bill is passed. Lila Dllssage nl‘ som Inn of a bill now cactus pretty rennin. rust it it is passed Ireland will owe that lacs in "tin germpn mediate," as ‘hglish nnprr! call it to need oi lhc AngioAmerlcan the h Englnnifa Alliance. and [0 her belie: that she will get it it sit: git-ea Home Rule to re- That is the present position ex- actly. speaking at tile AngloAmerlr.an Al- England. I supp ih t t e 1'-znglls dalrt regsr the an ngl ltealling people, though. untortnnnleli. they are, ior there has no century or peace in this country Not to so into talk (her have b insurrec- tions here within [tip century and a con- arabl um ogit tions that were virtually insurrectlons. But that is a digression. The meeting ior the iunrl received the blessing oi‘ the leading poli- ticiana oi’ both Parties in England as Ameriru that Prevails on both the Atlantic. He spoke or acorge wasn- lhglan 2 men who “had illlimlned Erllish traditians." “'0 what in: Prime Minister than Asquith and . states one Hundred Years oi Peace cmans irom America. Then it proceeds: "it is hoped to iound and endow an itinerant prciessorship. <>Aln- ericsn history. the t led site should he acquired in London tor the erection or a replica ot SL Galldens'a noble statue or Lincoln. that every visi- lor to Chicago has seen and admired; and it is also part oi the plan that a text book oi Anglo-American history necessary to point out that the senil- ment is ior the Americans and the util- ity for the English. The Commission appointed by e syst I r educatl n in Ireland is rotten Ind as it down utt from pointed to patch things up and Indus-e the pu is to (0It’l'ate the system a while the public interact in l dled.dou tr . e ter v or ii.-t h l'E('0rIlnlI‘IllI is torn has br-an sl changes villi lic llladc, lull in ' ' our [tril light by n hoiol nirc who dare -not call thrlr souls their own. at...-un limiso<. T- .:. cannd has a urw llaim upon the longevity l-erortirz. ior or the zwoo rlirn bountles rwuilly provided bi tho ernsncnt.-xew York Birniily P05]. we should llko lo loow how many oi Dlstuizve Championship by running an the way from Riligevlay to Toronlom and on I not Juno day at that.