Val. XL, No. 15. Whole No. 552.
CHlBAGll- PRDTESTS AGAINST ‘SURRENDER.
Great Mass Meeting Arraigns'President Wilson’: Action In Coercing Con-
gress And Condemns Representatives Who Voted To Repeal Free Tolls
Provision 0l'Canal Act At His Dictation-A Trumpet Call To Ameri-
can Patriotis-ll-All Political Parties And Racial Elements In
The City's Population Represented-Wilson's Anglomania
Revealed By His Own Writings-Ambassador Page’:
Folly Due To The President's Inspiration. ‘ --
CHICAGO. April -A grcat mass
,,,can,,g was hell] in Orcilostrazllali
last night lo protest, against President
' Wilson's attempt to coerce Congress
snrslrers and l'e3hlutlons"uphcld t
.iouroe noutrino, arraigned President
ll'iis-on for his violation of h arty
IIti'ol'nlr W M: be
land, that the State is strongly with
’ ent ‘ T
r Judge VViilsrr1 M. MICEWHD
presided, Captain Edward HA White w
Se dry. ml the SP9 besides
the cllrlirinin, were Dr. John Dill Rub-
crteoll, Dr. Howard 5. Tnylo
. Masorl, w
is strongly against surrender to Eng-
’ vi have been none of the
round it impossible to
--.srso.sd mzsonninxs rass . --
,'i'ha iollovlzrlg resolutions were 5 br
lllitled by so rotary White hull adapted
Panainn Canal has
tan lives and Amerlra
(ions cannot compete. shall be cxenlpted
irom tons; and . -
Whereas, Great Britain has demanded
a at a
it was leved tint the
Clnili would be built upon forei Oil,
llllder the control of the United States,
Tolls clause or the
Panama canal Act, and '
Whereas. The British cllhiln. t grant-
‘? by Congress, o rtgn ot the
tours states to control its own terri-
lory Illdriddlnihister the government or
its lhleilllll arlslrs; a d -
Whereas. The ndministrhtlve head or
“W government has become the lily of
the British. has used tho power or oirlce
sad the bait or patronage to force con-
nest to surrender to the British, has
t untlonsl traditions
"Ill besnliruli the llittlollnl honor; there-
line he H
mncsolreyrhst. we, cittucns oi the
‘Date or Illinois. denounce the attelllm
M surrender to s rorsi a power an
the rights or the united states to
shall have in voice in the regulation of
our tlolncstic nirairs;
Resolved. That we commend those of
the Representative: ll-om lllinols who
iollowcd tho great loaders in congrcss '
in the right against us
bribes of place and Deli’. nor tearing
the wrath of those powerrul in the
solved. Thntrvre call upon Sohator
or sell-governnlcnt, and
to rise shove considerations or personal
nesolvcd, That we send a copy or
these resoiutlimsr to each member of
congress and to the President; and,
n power interterlng in
r domestic ntlairs. land to prevent the
surrender ol the rights and interests or
in opening I. is meeting. sltev some
llrellmillal')' reularlrs, Judge McEl-lan
Tornlght there are slithered here
those who believe at the p
a principle I protection
of interests of the individual: those
wil be are that the step la-leans error
whose e.l‘li consequences will last
throllgiloilt national existence.
‘Th Hay-Pnlilltetate Trusty,
the subject of the ulse ot the proposed
Panama Canal. was nude at u.
W til it was sunpoacd that it would be
built in alien territory-that the United
tions on equal tern-is
pose that the United Sta e
Canal by this language.
'1' no necessity for it. to
giant n right to itself in its own prov
erty. Plalnly this was simply covering
the use by other nations. When th
Clannl was approaching cornnlolion E
vetsels engaged in the cosstwlse trade
from paying toll, ind claimed that the
grant to All nations of the right to use
abrogated by either’ nation at any
England has never hesitated-not only
on nonsarsoxs noon, 1-.
Dr. John Dill rtooortsou, who is Presi-
dent or the Replllliican cluh or llllnol
the Jcrlorson Medical College. was the
iirst sneaker lotroducod by the Chair-
devotcd his remarks nlslnly
grcat Alllerlcan at-hiuvcutcut or
nil the slllendld
‘This Canal." he said. "Man built with
Aurel-lvian oralus and American mane)‘.
1lle hcsl. ntrdicsl trains that this land
A JOURNAL.DEVOTED Ti) THE CAUSE OF IRISH INDEPENDENCE, IRI
‘ NEW YORK, APRIL 11, 1014,
daugcr That really rhnfrol-its us,"
ilk with pr-ide.or
ungry for 51)
Dr. Taylor pointed out that AIl'lilBS5d-
isil ruled nnil English led."
lid quilted irorn n little ltook or lcctllrcs
0! President lvils-on on tic “An id
Muster Ind otitnr Polltlval Ehsnye," in
wit - refer llg to the torlllllion of tho
Anlcricttn Government, Mr Wilson
' ll looking hack to llini. time, the
lmhressioll inc table that no
slzrted W sundry wrong idea:
allollt ourselves. We do
drcd s a
exrlerimelit in advanced donlovraryr.
as we allowed Europe and even our-
selves lo oulihoxe; it was slnl iy
adaptation of English constitution 1
al gorcrnrnsnt. There can he no
doubt about the derivation of ‘our
rncc rather iroru European
“NoW." continued Dr. Tnyior. "Mi".
hat us should suddenly give way to
sentiments and trnller
the British GoVeInnlent.-
and even throw in sunhcr Hill monu-
nard. P. Earasa read the
llawaunrerote Treaty upon which lang-
lnnds demands for a roico in the man-
sgnment of the canal ard based. Bidrasn
was cheorcd as he poinlcl out the dis-
wrrsot nlr.LoV raorrsrs.
Willlanl Dillon, brother of the Tammi;
irlsn member at P3 lament, spoke par-
tlcularl)‘ In H. representative o! that
,,, . . .
"i bore protesting axalllst this at-
tempt to humiliate the Nation. not be-
CIUFP. of my feeling in the affairs of “IR
lrlsh, hut in spite oi‘ thrrn. 1 kn w
is light rogardlcss
or the cohseqllellttcs in lrcland.
"I ave come here till protest against
this humiliation. shall a iorcirn nu-
ttun maintnin a challenge against our
title to the Clnii, the highest Lille God
has given marl, t 3 till of the maker
lo the thing he nlake
homely illustration used by Mr.
PATERSDN. N. 1.. April 8.-Presl-l
it is n iorelaste or what will hair
llcn to them ncnt Nolrenlller.
n g on an anti-Tolls ncpcal and
anti-lvilson illatform. Dow 11- Drulxi<C'-
,,.,t.li.-an, was swept into entry in a
landslide at the stlccial congressional
ciectlon hold inc rnssslc county
ProhldETlt and haclvcd by Mr!’ Tm"
lbc Felicia] Administration could hrlns
ta in-ar. only defeated the socialist ran-
llilluu in rt-it-rrlng to the pledge or tho
and Iauglrlrr grcctcd this
sail)‘. and II vies selcrril llloillr,-nis Llo-
rorc he could proccrd.
rsr‘lJIiK:o run 1m: l'IJI,l.S.
Illtolncy Slnlnsiuus Hilltllltolxl,
one or the lending Polilsll Alllcrl-.-ans
"As one or that large portion 0! cru-
t3&“V5 citizenship Wililtll (olnrll trol-n
il race Di’ people and I land Whitil huh
known the poison oi torelgn cnlaligilrlg
alliances. 1 sun picnscd to count ior.
oln in this mass
ward and l urcstrng oi
"As a Polish Alnrtrlrrhn I stand ti(‘l'C
volt-lug the orntlmonts or a pcuplo who
not only know the valuc or lllloriy‘,
not only who love lllrcrty. iillc lousht
ior it. hlcd ior it and died ior it, out
i who the sentllllents or a people who
ow the dangers which threaten [roe-
am an who know how ior-clgu ad-
vanrcs gradually wot-it to destroy irco-
lion) and independence.
“The Panama canal is an American
lanai and s oud be so ior tho belle-
rlt oi the Alnorlcall poopic. xo entangl-
ing schemes should be permitted vlhil-h
would place our vessels in s tuwandar!
position or which would give l-lngiand
or any other Colllltry In advantage."
(l'DOMSE.ll,'S KLuQhb2."l' PITA.
nrought the mccilolr
close, leaving his nlldlenre standing and
cheering wi iy. Alllong other things
--vou of the North or Enropr: your
pr-ople, all or them, must nil their
vessc-is to the worlds nlar
h gnu: Von t
south ot Europe, of western Asia and
Northern Arrlc sr g v s els
through the straits ol tilhraltar and dip
Ellglissh guns nhlrh tho world's c
rnerre must salule.
. u, on-rlra has iurnrd tar uatcrs
oi the Pxrltll: into the Allalllll: and
opcoed the grehtvst gstcway oi rum
tncrcs in the world. Almost one-hall
chulrllerce villi pass
through that canal and every iorrlgn
ship will dip its this on or Um nose
at an Amer-lcan cannon t c A
can ling. the nag of the outcasts at tho
“I say to you, Pl'etll<irnt. or no Pros!-
. senate or no ssnatc. ilouso or
America will control the
J. 0‘BFrIle, the choice at the H’
a Canal wltiloilt lot or hlnrlrhnco
out any notion so long as t o Ame
can hug llics over the guns or Punhm
WILSON . DEClSlVELY' DEFEATED IN JERSEY.
President Mails Tlld Issue Himself, Sent His Strongest Men Into Tlle Passaic
District To Plead That The Voters Sustain His Panama Policy And They
Turn On And Rend Him By An Overwhelming Vote-Malane’s Impu-
' dent Injection Of The lrisll Question into The Election in A
Strongly lrish District Arouses Bitter Resentment-0'Byrne
Picked From An Irish Society To Belog The Issue-
Gordon Domrest isocislistl, 5.il.:d.
lvhitehoad (Progressive). 610. t
siv ' s o‘ayrnc. stood
with President Wilson tor the ropoal or
the Free Tolls measure. The socialist
candidate olllmscd tho ltcpcnl mmisule
Tito turn out or voters was l-cuval-h-
solo ior a special clrrllou. out or a
total rrglstrntion at more over 2l,lID<J
votcs were last At the last Congres-
slonnl clcclion riohort Eremller,
ncinot-rat. got 9.1150 votes. his ttcputlli-
t- the in-ogrcs
The voirrs ycsicrday orcr.
lhat Dcruucrollo lllllrdllty
. giving in plave I Rrpublitan
plurality or 5,250. '
l-‘igurcs convpiclc ior the city oi vat-
I.rlIrvedz!:><ll 413:! ,-.n.. r
Sii LITERATURE AND THE INTERESTS OF THE IRISH RAGE.
)<4 . . - ru..r.rr..-est
PRICE FIVE GENTS.
GREATEST SPEECH UF CHAMP lJiAllK’S LIFE
Speaker Makes Eloquent And Convincing Plea For American Control Of The
Panama Canal And Points Out The Danger Ofsuilmitling To Foreign
Dictation-Gives The Assassin “ World " The Greatest Scoring A
Newspaper Ever Got For Its Vile Anti Scoundrelly Attacks On
Him-Sllaws That Every Argument Put Forth For The
' President’: Contention Is Futile-An American Argu-
ment ForAmericans-invokes The Memory 0l‘76.
The sllccrll' or Ch.-up in the
House or Rt-preoaoislivcs rinsing the
dobnlo ior l-‘roe Tolls Tuesday,
MI 31. is universally rcrognlzed us
the gr-cstcst or i ,. not
make any convrrts in the llnllse the
cause the vote 1 pass Iile Relmll
hill been cady srcurcd b
prcssllrc from the white llousc urld
wish use oi’ putronurr. not it had
is all great I
out. it is s pily that a million copies
cannot be uiri-ulatcd ior the instruction
or Ihc pcoplu on this all important
uucstlon, n [he rlnal aclticmcpt or
which still dovend lhe -hr-lo luiuro or
this United states.
A nil report or spcatcr i.larlt's
sltcouh will lie lonnd hrlovv.
Th e la no nersonal insuc between
the President or the rolled titxtcs hnd
mp . Tllnl-v has not ircerl l.
An)‘ time. i trust [herd no-lrr will be.
1 no time uttered one worrl oi
rrlilrlsln or the Prcsldcllt. Al. no llmv.-,
1 am Inrornscd cl hcilevc, hr
and ilatrlotic motives by
he llciieves hilllsell to be il.lor(-d.
i ll o onc IIIGIIIHIL entr-r-
lsinrd the opinion that Prvsldcni. Wil-
son is actuated by olhrr than the high-
t>.<l patriotic ntotlles. I do not itellme
lilal Wilson boil over
enlerlhint-ii any ulllcr opinion Is to the
not desire s
9 Democratic rhrly. i do
not dcsiro o hrchcn in tho llvlnovratic
c is no brcnrh in the
rty. i would scorn to
hclicve that President Wilson couples-
snrrs ior one moment the crtorls oi
some of Ihe laolrul press to rt‘tIl'esent
that we are scoring lsrunt the
The Prcslilellt is too
hig s also not to desire that this great
is ssscrtcd that l s
seclrlug to disrupt tho purly Ilu: wish is
father to the thought -
in th ‘ w York world or Tucsduy
ovcr canal ‘rolls. Ah tliiouolcr nsitlnsi
exenlmlon rrncnl goes on in tile liousc
it is said that both spcahsr Clark and
. todcrwood will oppose the presi-
drut's measure. .
That is ono or the lnosl. prcnustcrous
statements made in any newspaper sincs
Guttel-i invented ntovahlc L"l>e:.
The inst sullcnlent in that paragraph
is the only true statement in it; that is.
that we are
lulow tllc Dolnorl-stir load-
ers oi‘ lllis lilonslc in-ltcr than on other
men on earth know us Does any man
in this House llrlievc that the i)cilltl-
cratic llouse traders are working to
split the noluotrsvs. so. let him
murn ously Stnllll up llrrc and now,
in [hunt nlcll me) i: the cast of his
no is r-norll or ms nrrns ..
The Democratic leaders or this llouse
arlirlc on-urs lllls lWI‘<N‘F."'
"The ship sulrslllyipis are sccliln; to
spring 1 gt-t-at surprise v. cn
taken. when all
is iillzllly opened on the floor they hope
u unr-over one trump card that will
turn the tide of doirut
"This trump card is to be silenci-
Champ Clnrh. Thur. tar llr. Clark has
icms or changing his volt: that appear
to be uppcrruost in tilt: tuiuds at many
"The shipsnl-slrly lrrtcrcsts'hops lo
gct lllr. (.'ial'k lo ru.tl.4- a thundcrinr:
spccelr ngulnst rt-pcal
duced to toiuop l lm
mun expressed ll. twin
believe runny vlites ma)’ he changed.
wit spcslcr clnrt. llr. Undcrwootl,
Fitzgerald, on i(ili:tlin urging
rollowrrs to oppose lllr- llill.
rcdrd that a marl rrutarkalllre rpm...-la
rill he singed upon the door oi the
That is anothcr husr and raise insin-
nation. ii all) ma nrrc lwlievcs lllat
rlando . let him sl.-uni up hcrs and non.
so that he may be man or lhrse hun-
drorls ot uilncssc-s.
in another world lrIlv'lr tlrorc or us
who stand ior Anwri-an rights us
against Biilisil donlinailon are asssiird
ior “ho log the ilcrr-liul
. l hale
board of man ix-itlrls plultorins and or
t-citing nominees, hilt vrtlaever in rm-vr
years that the world has misled hraid
of s rllan boiling a man in nth ' it
run not be done. it is an inapossihlllly
In nature. s
“e are di-nourl.." D) the plutocrailc
world as lmltertl l.lcl‘dll>l: nc sldllil by
called it that when he ‘Ans running the
Louis Rfllllblic: and c oculcs
IL I Will prove it by n hlllldrcd cditorlili
l rcinsc hosolillcly to have my Dcilur
rrscr ulcasurcd oy ins weather-coca
l have been a Dc-ulotrnt all my
life I Deuloitrlilt now. i
expect to‘die in that iallh.
llrevslent in disease rlillvd “intermittent
fever"; that is, the lercr came lip cvcry
tl plutocratic ‘Worill
lit: l>’0l,(;llI' snip st ll>ltIirS.
The Tt'0rlll': illslnuntlon that l out in-
lu)’ first entrant
nail. one occasion l
‘e he i have fought
pmposiliails tooth and
II the light
which dcicnlcd rt sllill-lallbsidy proposi-
tion h)‘ one Votv.
Nut sxllstiod with the (orvguillg slim-
dcrs. it Rttri
ltcs the rim that 1 out
Srrllls lllllt‘ la tGfK(‘t.
cluding the ow Yolk lI'iltid‘.' it, along
vlilh ever)‘ rllilor in America who nopcs
to ho Aullxls 'ldo llinisirr Plenipo-
tentiary. consul rr-rtrrol. M to hold
stnue other rat and juicy you. has been
cndcnvoriug to place pro in antsgouistn
1 stlllable h ‘m ‘
eirsysl or trust slid an air enoh noro led in the long, lllltcr and sup---rsstul to the rn-sulent rvcr since ths election
v -hi - e hotter than . t , nlto - M I , g y -
mu an S“ rrican sovereignty over mgorgfzgrngidrgalcsrainirin mm “Ha ha] ‘ “gun at alga! the Tow: ‘Wm p..,t,‘e,.v W.“ osmie. Llcut illxh: ‘in the lit "in long ‘slghilz ;il' c.leMK'hl7‘(l‘:a dslidrle (Lila! ll gill oppos.
l: y ' l i 3,”. 3,057 my “-warms ,, core n cnvocrs 4‘! ouss n all is s s rcn Pr o irca rltaln as
Resolved 1-1,“ or - his or work is to live ; 4 into Ills ollell o n ' ' ' - , .
. . le protest Against wide as 0"? 1-1,, c.,...,r.:m “gum 1,, 0., C“, or sot in lotion the intro: uhlth put n an o i l; gun rt my anvpalga is,
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