Vol. XL, No. 12. Whole No. 549.
NEW YORK, MARCH 21. 1914.
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,- A‘-IOTIBNAL DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF IRISH INDEPENDENCE, IRISH LITERATURE AND THE INTERESTS OF THE IRISH RACE.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
yaw iiAVEN..Cnl.ln.. lliarch ii.-The
iilnei-til oi ratrlcir O'Connor. who died
on Tiiesill)‘. liarcll ivytook piece y
d was a great tribute or respect
[or the end. A High lines or Requ
... rrlehraled st st ‘Jon ha is roll
“or. wan fll d to utmost caparity
interment was in the st. Lawrence
Ctinttery, where lie the remains oi
Jzilles ileynolde, his wire and daughter,
7 trick O'Colii.lol"B
lleuly halt a century and had the
sheet and pteem at all classes or
The pallheiuera. all old ix-lsndroi the
0'Ktede. James P. Landers, Sylvester
cnilaoe, John J. Sullivan and James
The committee Iron: the Emmet Club
loiglnibed In 1371) ol which Patrick
.1 LIFE OF SERVICE FOR IRELAND.
Patrol: O'Connor wile born at Cori
' 0. 18-ii.
0 d seventy-third birthday.
While still a mere boy he came to Am-
huowledge ut the service or
nlent. ii did a good trad
sillIlill'lnz the gentry in the it
“God of (railway with fowlins pieces
though lie 0 on n
unite and to tilt‘: limit oi his power aci-
located the use or the National leo-
swaee. he was not suspected or conneo
lion with the conspiracy until sometime
alter the seizure oi the Irish People and
lie arrcst oi aeverui or in ieadcre on
Milt. lo. 125:. He spent much or hie
time among the iiehernlen oi the
“dash, talking men, and in those
‘I a time were many irisn speakers in
We Queen‘ college he always took the
haiiurlal side in public dolrntee union
M to New Haven to see
In and the two had a long talk about
old timn. .
Patriclr o'connor was the "Centre,"
E["“=v and his “Clrcle" we
"‘= brightest and sturdlest young men
ma 0'" bod talr reiuge aoroarl, and
Imuhggda-lliziation was ior the moment
.“‘;‘" rolnmunicntlon lretween Dllbllii
‘ha Provinces was soon re-ol7Bh"d
he recommendation at
M a,lioeal descendant oi Colklt-
In if at the Antrirn Mai: Donnells)
released on ball. I talriy eaectlve
PATRICK O'CONNOR A OEVOTEO NATIONALIST
Alter Learning The Gunsmith’s Trade He Returned To Ireland At John
oiMannny'sgRequest And Became Fenian Centre In Galway, Where He
Kept A Gun Shop-Served Two Terms Of Iinprisonnlent, Saved A
Lot Of Rilles Aftel‘ The Last Canadian Raid And Helped To Start
The “catalpa” Expedition Which Rescued The Irish
Soldier Prisoners In Western AlistraIia‘A Life OI‘
Work And Sacrihce For Ireland.
reorganization Wm: soon hrought about.
in the ineaniliiln a number oi Iuilll
denote or arms were seized by
hie to success. so th during 1866
the failure or the ill starred Rising oi
illarch 5. im, was made certain.
The wholesale arrr-sto had one client.
however, which th. Govelnnlent did not
expect l-lundreda oi the local leaders
were sent up to MoiirliJrly Prison‘ Duh
lip. when the country lalle could an ion-
ger accomrno ate t eln when Mount-
were thrown into close contact and
friendships formed in prison lasted for
the rest oi their lives. liieny oi the p re
‘ me rrorn England and Scot-
t the end of 1865 for the Dght
which Stephens had ordered, but had
in p s
facilitated the reorganization which took
place lat. both sides at the Atlant
nlost elnlultul those at one
side 0! the
strengthened, on the
the Atlantic ut lraat
O'Connur was released on bail After
slonlnenn hilt his
American side ol
shortly actor hie arrival he settled in
New never and resided there until his
n iaio, utter tho lnlluro oi the size-
ond Canadian Raid. O'Connor war sent
on a mission to tho iroiitler to recover
a numhor oi ltriils which had been
placed in small donors and had not bee
seized by the united states Government
wlliiem i-l. Seward. Secretary or stale.
had set a trap (or the lrenlsns, so that
-. could use them Is n lever to corop
idngland to agree to arbitration oi the
ehnma claims. it was an act 0
ich put a stain on Seward’:
ha more have never been
acne, but I
The chlei oi the United states secret
ice was the agent oi Mr. Sewlrd In
. l-lyues. he anvwr
oi Philadelphia. a nlember oit
senate. and told him that several thaue
-- ndii h
ngozozusljjnie Tilnceii ln depots indicated
by the Fenlens along the cnnadian hor-
The Serrt-t service egenti were
e o uld ilelzeti
an otlll mIer;:W 'l']hI:z ilablerl Seward
M of th: Feilllails an a club with which
hltr t'lon. "sec, nw have rhain-d
“; H" “plan tlgrl. lm,sald in all t
I]! you don't n arhiivnve the
Am y the coniedaratu
rruiecn titled out in England And the
i-‘eiilnn invasion or Canada which saw-
ml made ll iailure was us he ex-
cum to out down tho amount awarded to
the United smca Thus the trick oi n
r-mokrd politician cheated lreland and
the united Eaten at the aura me.
Connor was sent by a In-lion oi the
had not been lelzed by
United States Government.
a delicate rank. requiring judgm
discretion. but O'Connor proved equal
to it. He recovered
met cnmvlnlep oi the lrlah volunteers
in the early 'eel-en es.
Altai‘ D0l1ol'1nil15 this work O'Connor‘
seteiud down in New ilaven and worired
in partnership in a ‘brua
with James Reynolds. whose do
he and married.
captain Larry 0'13
others he founded the Emmet cluh oi
the Clan-niarGael in 1371 and he died a
member oi it. lie w
With limes: Rt-ynnlda.
which the ciziolpa Rescue expedition
Wu llun l uiii lh.rau5h,hlA renam-
nlendntlon Joule: Reynolds was made
one or the committee which managed
. it was on the recommendiation oi
Ii‘ai.her Eugella Sheahy, who will also I
delegate, that Patrick Maholi oi‘ Rochv
r, a man oi ialgn character
and exceptional ananclul ability, was
made Treasurer oi the enterprise.
Neither Reynolds nor liiulon wan pres.
out at the Convention. but both had fine
record: from Fenian times, one having
r 0‘Cnnnor in Carl in 0‘Bl'ie
were in the conildenoe of Roy oi a diir.
lug the two year: ed
eirort Willi nut-nus and Ilfcir
Idvlca was always vululhll.-.
in the days at the Land ltlgll like
ninetenthe or the old rcniane. econ-
no it inlaelt heartily into til
movement and helped to ninko purnelra
reception in New Hnveli I great Suc-
cess. And, like pruzlically All the oltl
culeus. he came
collslltutianll movement W
Jority oi the lrish Pnrllialnnnlary Part)‘,
B! the dictation at B howling mob of
l:ngllsh Nonooniormrst ministers, an
Irish leader had
oiilet. good Ian and modesty
thnt ulwuya characterized him, to work
in; [or the principles to which he had
pledged himself by taking the Fenian
Itaudirigvin the community in
I'hIt‘h ‘ha lived for nurly liII.)' yum IE
shown by s syrnpathstie itrllrla in the
New Haven Union of List Sunday. After
deeerilring the lrenlsn movement, the
"One 0! the moat IA‘-Life, one of the
ii'ioat‘unsclllsh and one at that most [Iri-
rioiili person] identliierl with Ilia: lure
the well in-
fnrmrd and Poliular gentleman who din
ya nlzv. Certain
ior his countr
upright citlren. a patriotic American
and honored among his acquaintances.
in the death oi ralrlrlr O'Connor Ire
land has lost a devoted son and the
United slates a loyal and patriotic cili-
zrn. The lrish cause bu never had a
more (ailhlul servitor or one whose ilic
Iiforded I better example. And the
wiiti whom he reloined in death was the
tllnlghler of one 11 truest sonl
land or I mother whose devotion to the
worthy helpmaie or an Irish patriot.
BRITISH CODE BOOK STOLEN.
l.oh-‘DON. iliarch 13.-ea run! or one
of the most important eel-rot llgnnl code
lmuiur in une in tile Fritlsh nary is miss-
g tnnn the hulllnhln oum. ai Shurr
vsa, in live Medwn‘.
diernrer-d a iorinlght ago, when
ll...-t wag atvrylit to out in mi fnr nar-
THE MORAL LORD ROBERTS.
Mal: Wllo Blltoliered the Boer
Women and Children in the
Concentration Camps Ordered
Native Woman Provided for
British Soldiers in India.
mro aumoan some time ago
copied ironr an indlen paper Lhe rlr-
L-i.llIr.‘or general order, issued in l in
by Lord aoheru instructing oorumand-
ing centers to provide native women mr
-hrutnl almost beyond belleiw
rled on. But the (acid are rarelully
covered up no lhli. A large part 0! the
general public ltnou nothing about it.
When no Robe lulled
his blessing to (hole who were inclllrix
BriLIah soldier: to mutiny it ordered in
lire on Carson's men sir Roger cede.
lnent recall:-ll the lndiln incident in me
iollowlng letter to the Dublin I'n('7ririvi'a
Dublin, 3l-ll lilarcll. T914.
sirel observe in toda ‘a more that
that Durlmrll to be A British vlrihtnt of
the solemn Covenant of Ulster has been
promulgated in the English Pheu. The
rat signatory ll stated to be Lord Rub-
1 would like in ltnow Irhethur the La
Robert: whose name almehn first on this
cuincrlt, pledging the signatories to
Fuse the line 0! the Eritia unity in
defence or British law in lxelend, la the
person whose signature i find av-
vended to ll ‘Circular MeInoi‘Bndul.u." is-
sued on 17th June. 1556, Iddresled in
general oaioere commanding‘ division:
and dlstrlru of the British Irmy in
India. l tallo tllu iollowing peragrapi.
iron: that circular:
"in the regimental blulrh it is news
early to hate a auillcient number or
wolllell: Io ink. care that they lire auril
eieutly nllrnrllve. and to provide IIIPVII
ra M . a.,
Every lrlshman has I duty in this
nlnllel-. The army Lord Rcoem corn-
mended in lllrlla had a [Want null-lller or
authentic lrislli-lien and led: in i
one or the earliest use: made or thin
circular lllemoranduin, nigllett b "F.
R berth," win tly the oiileer command-
u lrlslr regiment, drawn (mm a
tile in is vital port oi rellgioul inslriic.
tlon as oi home lie.
Acting on ine instructions issued by
“F. Roberts" an 17th June, isso. the
liver ccnlllrnndiilg the Corlnacllt Ran-
gers, then at Julluilder. wrohe to tile Ae-
nliltnnt QliaI'Li'rlI‘ii.ulCl‘ as iollowa:
" he CHHIOHPIII’-DI magistrate has al-
rel IEIOII. lie:-n
ii is n
peeled to, The slalomonersl rommund-
ing should inro e the (aid oi the local
golrrnrilrni by llistructlng tile Cantone-
nrent magistrates. whom they appoint,
that they giro all possible aid to rom-
lnanding uni.-on in procuring a Illmvlwit
number or young. attractive and healthy
w " l
what i iiliniilrl Him to irnow is vrhrtlh:-r
t lume “linbertl.i" appended to yu-
terday'n nolr-urn declaration to prevent
the iavitlsh Irmy ironr being put m law-
iui use in lreiand is lhet oi the Prir
ctlrhr-General who, in less. issued In-
structions in lndlu to induce or compel
VI in tin! country to
procure Indian women Ind for
i oral usn by lads and men.
drlwn (mm the naturally ltenlthy and
has sign 2 documents. then.
I submit. before '2 ad c
right 0 three Brills signatories to
protest against the use of the li
lawful force! in ire
taken (or pl-ostltuting the law in British
India to lmnroral purposes by order or
this chic: signatory.-I am, sir. yours
be able to read riphei‘ signals sent In
Ivy Illlph of tile llrltisll HIWL
and thcrcinru it seems lnciitahle that.
ens: of rerahling ll: Ilgnll code l1l'Iv
The publication oi the report of the
reg to tram. If pns.-lblo. tlsil hourrii 13!
nd 1'1"" "'""""“‘ I . . l . -rire ion on at om. rnnvrt mum:
‘“"“‘ M mm Hlmther: inC(IIIr lnwgrvtluid vard. nut. in an". of the The LItvauIu' plan oi mlakliig lrrinnd
imlmie “‘'''‘,I“ ' :1",',',,, 3,...“ [lug iullcet investigation. rm rlew hrs horn hotter hr nmplllutlqii hasn't occasioned
invasion of <“"“‘“‘ ‘The “wk.” con, n,...,.., . I l any relolcing among any class oi the
will rllsnrvfur """‘ in loss mean: that ui enemy would irlsh people. N
tinen '- ‘ .
. ' I‘
E ON PATRlOK’S DAY,
Fine Weather Attracts Large Crowds To The Outdoor D MDIISIFSIIOHS-TII5
Wearing Of The Green Not Confined To The li'ISI1"R8Il;'.l0US Cere-
monies And Parades The Order 0IThe Day And Banquets, Balls And
Receptions The Order OI’ The
Niglliwlrish Volunteers And
Slxly-NIMII Regiment Make Fine Showing And Win Hearty
Applause From The Thous
ands OI‘ Spectators Who
Watch New York Turnout.
The reset or lrelnndi National
Avosue. st. Pntrlrlr, was ilttingly rele-
hrated throughout tiln United states on
Tileaday, parades. rel‘:-plioril and ban-
ouou being the ordor oi the day.
in the East the day In marked by
nlore than ordinary enlhmlssvn. and the
ideal I't=atbi=r that prevailed Ivlelledla
the rank] oi the vurlnur parades. The
mammary parade uptonn to sdlzern
liarlenl River cnslno was the chiei fu-
ture or the New lrorlr (‘Hy rclelrrntioos,
uua tho roniingeuie ironl lhe various
mllliar.v. rcligious Ind ira-
tcrnnl organimionu rrrumved over is,-
LNIU strong. T c inc or march, from
izd Klreri. and l-‘Hill nvsnue to lzoih
t and second In-line. war lined
vlllh fully halt a million people
At :20 F. .ii.. ‘mild Marshal Eugene
J. Flood and his eldce, Michael 1. Brown
and Patrick Kerrlgen, had the slander:
under way and as the vast hody parsed
St. Patrick‘: Ciltllmlrhl at hath street
ii was reviewed by cardinal Farley and
Mayor Mlle e
in addition to the iiitixlolls oi the An-
cicut Order oi Hiberlilsns there were
one hundred organinullona in the line.
The coin Regirnenl. in nommand oi Col-
onel Louis cculcy, iormed the asmri
or honor. Next came lhe I-‘Ir-at Brigade
oi irlen volunteers, under command oi
Colonel Charles J. cm-riey, including
the Pint Regiment oi llrat organlzat n
oomnrando by Major rhonraa J. Nolan.
Both the Voluntccrs and with Reliment
Ancient order or illhernians, iollo-ed
Ily the Kllkenny H-n'r Association, the
Kerry licll. the Llinericir Men. the Cal-an
Men. the Cork Men, the Nnnlghlll Men,
the ioilrim lien. the Tipperary Men and
the Armvzh Men.
Arrlvtd at lzorn street the line was
rerievreu hy Grand iiarshel Flood and
hi. aides hciore ll distvilrldeil.
The ctlellnilol-i Poiillllrul riigh
hllhoa in Si. l=airlclr's cathedral in the
or rile rolorl
srmt, iolioe-ed by e
toer iiurld arid lilo on
rat e yllchaughlln, Rrisade
i:hapinln addressed the men oi the resi-
The Arlrlepl order oi llioorninnn also
hold a rsrepilon and hell in suizer's
llerlcm River casino. nhltll viz: ecll
The Daughters oi i-:rin gave e hall at
Palm Garden. The grand nrerch was
ga Nolan. Howard
mlwi‘ of Irish song: during lhe even-
ng and was accorded a very ht-any
Borough President Connolly of
gave exhibitions of Irish Itendanclng.
The Friendly sons oi st. Patrick gave
their lzirlih annual banquet in the Hotel
Many prominent speakers were
The will Xevl York Infantry KIVC ilz
nnnuel hell In the Armory. Lexington
al-colic and 25th ail-eel. he . ,
n Brooklyn over 5,000 took part in
the -nniial naradei The roilli- In from
ucdinrd and Division averruce to the
ldorough Hall. Sir. James V‘. lialoize
was into Grand lilrshll.
PROTEST BY IRISH WONIEII.
Against Asquith’: Proposed Mutila-
tion of Ireland bynlhe Exclusion of
Ulster-No New Pale.” ‘
At Carnegie Hall. Mandi)‘ evening.
il‘,h-Anlrrltlan Wamen 0
New York will hold A mass meeting to
nrotml. ugllliat the Hrltlhti Government‘:
when Diihlln W8
roiinlln having iwpnratrl govtrn
Ireland In tons!
o Pale, with tic-llest as a l-enter,
the Act would rlrtuully mean a revival
today be Iplllllled and indignant at the
prospect oi the re-establishment oi the
old evil eundll onx. '
The initiator: of the moveiment In
Gertrude 13. Kelly. .'Il.D.. 507 liindioon
avenue, Well ilnown for her [twin] work
in this city. and Miss Ann: E, .‘lcAulide,
lowing ladies have promised I
hcarty co-operntlon in melting the rally
a Iuccesx: Dr. iisdgo iicauinnesa, Dr.
iiargnrct suliivhn, lure. iiargueritc
.oo , lite Lennon 0'RellIr. well
known (or her interest in working girls:
llinl John Jerome Rooney, Mrs. A ll
Tilroop Craig. tilled Suxll lilnvrilre. hlisa
Ellcn A. Ford Ind M
smith, secretary or the
lsa Marlon A.
Mrs. Theresa Burton and Miss
Eleanor Tiogers Cox have hotrl wrliien
poenra inr the occasion, Irhlrh they will
rind. An interesting programme is
ilronllncd. and III 0! bolt: st-lieu who Ire
lnlerenlad in Ireland‘: weliarc are cor-
“'A5iilKG'l‘0.V hllrrh N The views
or the mlnorli oi the House committee
or the Canal Act were
severally made public in the House in-
The minority report of R4-vrtsenlnilve
Krlovilluld. Cliiornin. epuirllcan.
r.-lrinnnl grelt interest by rrileon of its
expri-slsi Plfldc (‘oust sentiment
and the tart lhxt ll vllli consliiuie the
round on which a nlalorlty or the rte.
llulrllrnnr in Congress all run .
tatlvc 0‘shuunessy. Democrats :1
rial statement. in which the)’ said that
their sentiments had und
change since the previous minority re-
ori on the original Canal Tnlls Act, was
made in 191:.
XEWARK. N. 1.. iisrch 16.--The cer-
man-anleriead central Asaoclntion ot
xewnrir at a meeting yesterday instruct-
ed in delegates to the stats Convention
to oppose repeal o l .
A ruotion will he made embodying the
asooriutlon-e protest. -
To Protest Against Surrender of
American Rights in Panama
CARNEGIE IIALL. 57th St. and 7th Ave.
lillllll lillllllil, lilact lo, loll, 3 Mi.