1 - cur wr=r A
the mm . private letter received l N via at the op otlthe hill 1 und l,‘lmllfll‘,’“:'l:l‘fle'"u‘:e‘:nDllm M Dl ‘ll "1 of an Item or tlu.ooo to val) rm llll‘l’l‘l’l?!"‘3'.' “;‘l’i'“'lll‘ :'l'lflll'li“:‘ll' ply Compall), the pioneer company in ,
5,,-ll, at the recent in oua gun running ahout a dozen cars, ni waiting in tho “mm. who lull us bull ml mullnllell “Y ""3 "99""! 0’ "I0 '='19“'“‘“0“ 0’ every Illlmlllllw 0, ellllllls all ,.’m, all this new lrlsli huainess, bu doubled in j
gplnil oi the :9; l0::nlsl ln null mall“. ll Wu $3-r-lnslglplw l lln ; id. no up, and leit along lane ilrlhe middle. -lrh,:,l“":';'r2llel,ll M '"fl"ll1l"l "‘ "" lreland partitioned into two ppliticaien ""’W"9l‘ "Win the W5 3'9“ T 1
pm... unnrearr e rl.1 y a ow-era. s e one at ll, M one were can .. ll
ll lllll M mud no b, mo... mg... intervals oy other care, while 1 tried to all: , ““m'”'' ' """‘""'” "1 5'“ “Outed “kins Guvemr “Wu to W0 %:f‘llllll::;,: ,lL'sl':,lf"lfl'l"l:',";,'l:,,‘,'n; that year the Llrnoter was sisimno, '
l morn; by irlsh xationa sts mean one or my tim, which had hurac lmms my ml at ‘ H” We lvmvrl-tiny llle om Rlll, ml ,l,,mll.,,,,ul, while ins -'
g. pla isl an ohiect loam, ,0, coming up the hill, envying the men in ll ll‘ - David .1. calianan or the nuhiin clu lllllollllllllg Ill Alllmlylll Bu, ,. ., second yearn l
then, (or gun r ning is ga "0" " me’ W“ “'1 5" ‘ “"mm"” in :li‘d“i)elIri"m ii! cl; m" cm" , ”'““”"" “ll 10'“ Andre"! 0' the 5"" w 1 resltmuhiy oflcr Ulster exclualon, “Melt 01 '1
a M Call ll,” at 1,, "1, next nllcer it new set. for the occasion. lgh h r I: ve g motor lorr 2!. held Club of Long island City was l-lca- Ellllel, ll" 5 delllll M ‘bl la and h .
i-INS nalrea it as plain as the noon-dny au Then we began to so on In sections of “l‘ ‘ 9” "“‘“""“‘ "'“‘“" ‘"3 “"1” ““"""‘“‘ more likely tor an lndennitc iern. er dlc as h i
ll’ ml, ml, ,1“, knnws 1,61”, "la. twelve, ior hluclrsnmrs, near Anlriln. ml ll lb 03 t 8 ‘lie of , In addition to representatives from ll". ls lll, dolllll um we L“,,m,, “exlnrdmen is o e that the iartnirn all -
l momllelll , t ,m,,,,.,e some men said we would and motor-lop h““> “" 9 Wlld Went round that the Irish societies of Manhattan and ll.“ "lllll. lll l mldll of er lrei nd .
inuld not have been carried out without flee lauded With arm! there. but rm flf“ “ ' i‘7“"“- “N 8 Bronx delesltel “Fe 9'89"‘ “"0"” their own leading Dnnere they have heen they do so they “'11 “H '3
the whole lo. ., hody seemed to know accurately 1 We Contained the arms le-ch sack. 1 several Irish organizations in the Bur- pl med. llllll “mm lllll; ll, mllll, la
ll 2 bl. 5 , m am, y, a llti to lrnew nothing. but they were W1 W 80 met: the“ Mt" them We Carew, and -1 belnx reirorled . n. r
are common to all lreian ' to meet (at the schoolhouse) for an ali- lllitleurl ec:li;.klst;n;lleli:aI;lp iavorahly by the comm on Rosolu- :::lciiaus;ii:i1i:“ ltrheiinwnll-‘iniii) ‘ ‘dill: 1: tiona have just rinlahcd rompiiillx their '
llrk it tho In“: real Natirlnullist “$4,: gm-lo lllllcllmmw ml mu“ “la El, mllldll. mgr wk lllllel, llm W; :‘E“z‘;l‘sl"‘5 "‘0F‘5d by ml="=e“““t Dple the country hy partitioning lit lllncillaiyezer rlaqirliell she:-Otltalma
r e to so s 0 . ' . wouldhen ‘r I
iiiial rm‘; t l porting d dis ‘"5 “"1 ““”‘ mu‘ ’” mm M the ‘Azggekilillzozniu!::liZau]:ynwereh]oTiltd- “Th” um um” m’h’Am”’“‘" 5”‘ iiiiaemvfitisoutxiibo :i'l:i'iell.iounilsDoIlC)' ai Ena- “W P‘‘“''9‘‘- '1 ‘V!’ 1'5" 9""-1'
llllllllllls ll, um M. llls lllllpo“ of l. country. each clinging to I mllunl ad- "South Tyrone uh one“-7nd5w!a% :51. cleties of the alt oi New York protest llllld ll, be, during, with lreland, and lnated the (oliowing urtlcl from the la
rirtlng the eniorcement oi an Act oi 9 . ““ “W” ‘ "me ""’" W“ on meeting last usgwe readied La ne amm H“ '‘"p'”‘’”“ “ ‘ “‘ to tell the truth lreiand has 0 1y h Irish market: St- trlrkwtlnest Irish
lll lllllllll Pallllmelll 5 “ll themselven-ethat there were no gunl mtg“; I m-” who u M “I r or ten thousand doilors tor the celehra Rlllolllme Alllllelllmllmlll, C”, inen n tens r in E ,
nrust hav for reaching rouse ml ““ '5’ ““""5" “"9"” ’-N“'- llllesllulllll nsolllll .l. lle...‘;‘;d all”: ‘M "' "“ ' '9“ "“ 2’ E ’ "' o ite. were arm ng and preparing to ‘C0umushl" bis ulte "Shamrock" cycle
lmmllm all ma mull” al ll“ Curl There came along autocratic young “Go qulr-kl’. don.lV;‘: “ml” me 01 Peace with Great Britain. surreptl- llllllmll llle Ellgllsll ‘ml, tollcedlng s, "canna ght' motor cycles d
pg uat n it creates a wholly 9“ "‘"' “""" “’ ““"""” ’9“""S- mm llllll lllls rm .. ma all ' “:0 ‘‘‘’“‘‘V "we" “‘ “" 5'91"’ El” “‘ t eir terms the puilllcialla and new “Euler-Id lsle"=>'c!es.Il1 de in E
M llllmlan ll] llelmll mm wlllcll each man with an envelope containing 0 Ell iillmu “arm mo '5 Y: 1‘-414. by the I-rslslhtuve of this State Fm lll llle ml ll, hem, scoped ., end. During the recent lahor trouhlss
ll” ml lmlolul Call” ‘llll ml, all a ard w mysterious aynahola. A -w ut discussion and all out the ,.lll5lel, Bluly. Mlle lml I , up“. many Engnsh m.,,.,,gc..,,,,,
countrynlan was put into each car. nd Emunds. past his house. through his knowledge or the great analorlty of its tried 1 .. ., no 50,, (,0 mm... me“.
how to u l,
t t l k l h h t nlomrneltmtusalu-Ind do?! . ti H. 1‘ . tn G - .
5 llllt Illlzerahlu ailaotller ieaturnl ot ltlh: "l,e’5l‘V:ll":ls "“l',’ll,’;:l:",',’l,: NW3,‘ to the ouay,w-here there waaa big host st:i,a,nto vetoiilalid it:ln :il:r::i7u‘ilfg:mlt "‘flE‘l:e'l';':rf:l:fli 'll"ll:,"M‘:; 31:3’, 1,,“ mer:)t“a:aoorciaainmthzdizstiiiapitliemriri
. Ill 1‘ t at no none Imus ns. u , -- 1 A h l T .. cranes going in the glare or g .1. pm r -
uryencou ging. gsmon, as th hm’ M‘ ::ll“fll 3" " ymnlingarzi light lndllng out hig handiula or sac rompnsagg also am, ml, Excellency,‘ extent only hluli. hut the hluir has work. aullceaalull. R1-he lnluhiinhlndustrlai De l
writer a!’tise leit r he is ish llllll and clllllgloollllll wllll I l., um dhesideittwoamailerhoats with their attention to the perpetual hostility oi ‘ ' ‘Th’ ”“ "' lll"“I;"‘ elm” ""1 i:o:p‘i:::, ....“Zf,f..';‘,‘ nfnllhe Ciionti ’
. . - . . a a .
“ls ilroagh and rough-‘KIWHY "tell of “e called him-"William, ior he nolred -1193.5-=1 s. transahipptng away iron: the Govern ent at Great Britain to the ‘”"“” l”'" "Km : “mm ' mm’ iahoat lnsu on. rain on E
“'9 ‘”“‘- “elm” 55”“ N" ”““""‘ ilk a william. and w h to get "six me his We . ' Iniied states is citizens a d its in- "'9 "W" “ “ llsh institutl will a eal t d
llatiact speaks out irom every line oi l,Mlmge,.. Then ml, mm“ Mlle, Later I learned that one of these was tereata manifesting mall dull“ we .l.hich wpuld have irilgllilterled the, E1-ll: gm l M alogiaubmlcwoalplp “I:
‘ . ' - r . .
his letter. He ls Irleumenmly. iahyr M, “l, ml lllld lll we ‘me la so U, ior Bangor and one tor ag an e. civil and Spanish-American Ward. and "" ""‘"““‘ "M " "'l'l‘l'll; W: in 1. n h
2 all-way o r Tl, ,, am. .
“ll! . l uae o l-lom lluie e "Wlm mm ls llml. V parted comrade. hurled there. try. n its present term. -itiany English lllvlmlml cl ll“ Smlill W" Velma! 1
. i-l.,,,lll‘:‘l"‘ “W b“"”‘l"“5t lll ..B,llyllml.. I told him Beaslhl!a‘lCl-;.l‘ml;l:E:l:dl,h:;u:lF Ballln -rho saenihly will he at the head- counties lute used their statutory pow. l the nude pmwlllg me l m as
' Hound below“ um “M” N” w " ch 1 wlsht I'd in‘ known that. derrl 0 A 0 1 Wm uzlg llmelnur. quurteriepl ihnlil. R.dB‘.ll159l Ell soth era tol el ll edllrlrh ‘it; t“: “'l;‘."" lrlah volunteers marched in the I-‘Ira:
. ' ' y 0“ W E S 5. .4 ' . .
‘ '“’’‘'” “ ‘M "on wriwln l:liIdh:ni1u:' owrlns to the alngle-tuhe tires afynninilper ignlf-flnclr ‘tvlie l)nnd.en will afai-tocior ti: iiecnrlisgnlhe i'.V.’u rles(rloctl:ns.pr:- D‘"’‘“'‘ '”.m ‘’‘'”h‘‘‘’‘‘‘‘ "’ ‘"9 mi‘
0 work pm, and may 9 ‘ rur which lnilsted on huratl in plaza at 59th street and second araaue, vented the removal or animals ready ior “‘ ""' "‘”“"" c'“‘"“ “"5"‘“"'5-
A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF IRISH INDEPENDENCE. IRISH LITERATURE AND THE INTERESTS OF THE IRISH RACE.
Jill. No. 22. Wilnle No. 559.
NEW YORK. MAY 30, 1914.
Elias! Mala-niv<!<ln-3 rnarue. Oct ., Iwg.I.lDizPuvlOIce-L
l aund-rlh-Ado1CoureuolMuch;. an
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
vintage if those in charge 9! it know
Iiuliy, ienlperamentally, in his duality
oliluilmr and in his point of view. n
-it one could suppose the
matter-at-(Mt mlnnel‘ land see no (u
the writer 0! that
man he describes in ii.
all (mm the actors In
lbs Adventure Vvad distinctly Irish in
Wench. manner And, chllmcter. The
"Hr: wet night tor the purpose or
‘Mullins "shooting irons," cheating
Entllsl. law and deiying a British Gov-
"hlllelll. helnng to Ireland and can no
more mix with the English than all
Hi: mingle with water. They will never
N Ila-g with the English and they
“Wt contend with the English alone.
And that aingle diderence
llll been created in
r hearts hy isiae teaching in the
ed at men who only use them as
ll“ R mo Rule would re
ll” c-ma ltule. nemova that leer
ll xlne-tenths of the orangemen would
‘ll iilondiists to-lnorl-ow. d
A GREAT Nlelms WORK.
ll,“ li"l'ori'i the Evenirly Post.)
"‘ I. Pllvnle Letter, received in
’““5'‘'- May B.-it was on a nlsilt
GUN RUNNING l]ESi3lllBEll BY A PARTIGIPANT
An orangemali Writes To A New York Friend A Thrilling Story 0fTlle Land-
‘mg Of Arms For Carson's " Army Of The Norih,” Which Reads Like A
Chapter From One Of Lever’s Novels-Tlle Chief Feature Was The
Joy Of Breaking British Law And The Story Reveals The Ulster
LnyalislAs Essentially The Same in Mind And Temperament
As His Nationalist Counlryman-The Jgb Connived
At, But The Work Well Done.
and went up to the top or the Horseshoe
Road. just at the hp
went old in the third section, and along
the road we found men in tho unilorm
at the south Antrim volunteers, hurry-
ing in their rendezvous. Thom we gave
we were told when we got a load. we
lzallygawiry. south -ryrone. and we were
to ioilow auch-and-such a car.
mars cans nun rush. '
l round there were repair cars piante
in among us. and l toun one c an who
In his charge. And men came
strol ti :. nliing us up
to ovoriinwlng. and ienvlng an an extra
one or the young autocrsts sorted out
Tyrone. and Anlrlm
one hollered, “All south Tyrone cara
1- and on we went, I behind n. his.
heavy Rolls-Royce, with a daring red
light. which 1 had reaaon to he thanlrtnl
ior, hecauao we had hardl
when my headlights, with new hurnera.
the his red lizht
not aes with "
going “hell tor leather. at thirty mile-
tha corners. and
y the grace oi God 5 to It.
though aiter every corner 1 heard Jack
heave a sigh oi rellel. once we it
one at stones on the side. and 1 thought
were om; mostly we scraped the
ditch. but we got through.
-l‘HuclL'<;ll rnrsniro n.u.l.rcr.aar..
Ballyclhre was up and out. cheerlns
along the streets, and Volunteers hegau
to appear, lining the roads and cluster-
ing in groups at the corners. says
gem lm,..,1.. tha hlaclr night and the
l .,.l,.,,,, M... laughed ii 1 harint cg
e red lamp. and ever an
rush ll FD“
. oi’ the lane ‘
over the mom to Lorne. and came t
is hell In a iulntiie or cars, all along tn
high road rhal drops down into urns.
e prcaaed cloaa together-co
clean that 1 had to crawl over my ball-
ne my starting handle.
and lllrre we hung far an hour Iizlla I
led in vain to light rny'heudligni.n,
Mid had at last to fail mick an my all
kidellsms. which blreiy mlde dnrknedl
war car: there from all over
Ulster. each jockeying forwnrd to try
and gel tint. for the news chine that
there was a ship in the hnrbor, with
furl)’ limusand rilies Ind ammunitltlu
aboard, and that even then the Aral
Ielarneri later, had nva rides, iiva nun.
dred rounds of
1-here lorries had to go furthest, so
ammunition, and live
Earrlens. and out 0! nis entrance sates
that in these places the post o
seized. the wirea were cut, and the police
barracks Ind coastguard. stations Hui’-
rounded. at ward should go to to
authorities in nuhiln and complications
“A MUST IIISGRAFEFL1 Yl0CllDlN'."
I50, 1 icarnel that the customs Omcer
got iilmllgh and protested against this
violation of the law w you
know. Drohibiis at present any importa-
tion or arms into i: a was polite
Iy escorted IWIY. and went. to the Head
constable. who cordially agreed with
him that it Wu "A most disgraceiul
when I reached tho loading place I
found a glontola man, with sweat pour-
in; (min him. tossing the paolragea, each
y heavy man. to a number
of fellows. who looked It “'iiiilIln'n ti&‘k-
et. and pitched six asclra into us some
on bawlod, "Go of!
we Jvent, tearing through Lama strwm
by another route. lhruugh crowds OI
rl-leering people. crowded hehlnd lines or
volunteers. who kept the way
along the road. and we had to
an while we went back to
“'2 found it II another section came
up. 1130 South Tyrone. and Joined on to
them. behind I hi5 car, with biazlntz
headlighta, that lit our way ior ua
thropsh the rain and the mint whlrh
had now come on again worse (inn ever.
Back we went through Blallyclare. bill
hlaiiyclars was black with peoli e. and
Wllliantwu lylns on the ducks. alca In
pass a broken-down car 1. a
oar in attendance. drdwn up at the side
Then. nldns hr the shore. oi Lough
. nl we went on t rough Lurgan and
Portadown, all the road lined wiLh vol-
unteers, and the people out or houses
yelling encouragement at us. and wish-
ua "sale iou Tile groups
cation at the success w
quickly." and oil w"”’”“’“““‘
PROTEST TO THE GOVERNOR.
United Ir1'ilil-American Societies
oi New York Ask State Execu-
tive to Veto Appropriation for
“Peace[’ Jullket. Slnuggied Into
Supply Bill in the Closing
Hours of Special Session of the
The United Irish American Sodiulial
or New York a their meeting in the
lrish-American Athletic ciuh isat sun-
day night made an emphatic protest
against the toluusgllnx into the supply
ougha of Brooklyn and Queens. Ti:
n the , underhand
work in the state Legislature was pru
Wsed by John
van now In
San x4'1-an- llll
oats, would he rlehasing to our state,
our country, and our People."
The committee on Education reported
several changes which are about to he
made in the system oi education in the
city or New lrorll. among them the es-
tahliallment oi technical schools (or the
training or hoy gills.
uesara. spellisay Conway. itr.
Carew, Manning and Andrew: discussed
the report. .
The societies expressed their gratin-
‘ h b ad attend.
ed the mission of Mr. Pearse, President
Enda'a college, in the iollowing "‘
United lriah-American soeletiea
oi: New York hcrehy express their a
preciatlun oi tho importance or the na-
tional and eduratlo al work 0! st. Eu-
pledge him their support in his eizoml
to secure the permanent Iinancill Iucs
cess of st. 1-:nda's."
VETERANS TO HONOR DEAD.
The Men of the l. R. 13., Escorted
by the Irish Volunteers, Wiii C
Go to Calvary Next Sunday and mi
Hold Memorial Services at the
I. R. B. Plot.
The l. R. B. veterans. escorted hv the
rirst Regiment. irish Voiunteera. will
5 y next. Sundny.
srarea or de-
where cars to the cemetery can he had.
The forlnli ceremonies of the day will (in
take Place It I P. M.. at the plot. a! the
1. l1, 3.. Iectlun 16. Second Culury.
Pmiesmr “'liiiiun 3. Clarke Iriii de-
liver the euIDS>’- It is earnestly hoped
apply moat pressure and all the time
preparing in IP
oresaure that rest at ireland looked on
large hody and are growing
ml? consldkr to be
sldsrnble prollciency has heel: u
has been invaluable lo Ina Provisional
LIBERALS HAVE SURRENDERED Tl] CARSON.
Passage Oi‘ Litlla "Home Rule" Elli Will Be Followed By All "Amending
Bill ” Cutting ON Part Of Ulster-Ireland To Be Crippled By Part on-
illg lnta Two Political Entities-lrisll National Volunteers Rapidly
Growiiw-Colonel Maurice Moore Appointed inspector-General
And Fast Getting The Force lllio Shape-Foot And Mouth
Disease Rui ing The lrlsh Cattle Trade-Splendid
Work Oi The industrial Development Association.
(Special to Tim GAELIC Itsdsalcaml
down. rather than deal with sir Eduard
more ado and it is dlincuit to escape
They have the means at their
lIL<s Home Rule without
"wooden guns" and did nothins except
wall to Ice Whli. the English Gn
na alaayu yield to
at Carson was my
t the eleventh
land began to and that the Caraonlte
"hull!" had worked .
The high Vnluntoera are no
era of com
organization: in tin mull: held aiook in
the early onset.
his into the Volunlur ranks in larger
hut they are now Sock-
qulta as D r
the Anny at ulster. Not a wee
rloua corp d in many mat
a. remarltahiy aliort space of time.
many parts of the country excellent
instructors are available. lnoolly ex-non-
sinned Oiiiten in the English
rny, while in other places the utmost
g experienced in set-
and is as husy
poaalhlo traveling Irorn one review to
lilo assistance and experience
mun er of the com-
hurler to nuke the
rs)‘ Ind Ira llltio talked
one lhe Ins
e they are
steadily ruining the lrlah cattle indua
sale.’ Ireilnd Is loelnl heavily (or put-
8 all ‘her 255! in one bask L
store cattle trade was the line or least
resistance for the IHSIJ farmer and he
took it. thouxh Y
h hlr ction tha country
or olo auircred heavily. The 9
done already and it is sntlslaclory to
now that the Wexford Dean M
dependent cl! English restrlctinua
The Industzlhl Development Associa-
landlug alive. cw. and
them are imported
pany a. the Eirtnltw Teleymph. a paper
Whifh recently act’! t d In advertise-
ment (mm the English war oi-nee seek-
rt-rrults tor the English
organ and olilciai
apolresinan or the lrisa Pnrilamellury
Party. It is this type 01 “Nlaiionullsln"
that hits ireiand in the position she in
.Bn.lul:: l-lonso. .
ATTEND MILITARY MASS.
New York nnd‘Brook1yn Irish
Volunteers Make Credilahle
'Silowing at. Ceremonies in
t Brooklyn Navy Yard.‘
with ideal weather clmditiorls to la-
vor them the P1 in
and never have the volunteers niwfured
to hotter advantage
The smart. military appearance. gen.
atrlctlons-consequent upon the outbreak
of foot and mouth dileua Ire not. haw-
aver. an unmixed evils They will (oi-co
the Irish farlnern, whether they like it
t last of A . .
lg pill that l was asked by with
‘“ ' ere were any in ulster
HI I dillerent opinion. they kept behind
closed doors that aid
l o in lite
sell nlwnyhili bill to the
hurt crns as u
. lrdered to
,....I: liieilriidii but who wt-'4 5“
l more. lcs
W9 W?” ‘" """'5u"‘ ‘.0 58 went (Continued on Page l.)
W, should miss our 1 d on wn l l l
made great aneriiicea in hehalr oi iriah
keep twenty-rive arm a i. a nanny snln National independence. Cam irom Long
it. or One enthusiast i saw in Lurgnn too island city turn at t e hack gate to
t second Calvary, nithln three minutes
' walk or the I. R. B. DioL .
do in tha march from Atlantic '.
lvenue lo the XIV! Ylrd. v'
(contiaued on Page 3.;
tgllflnd (or twelve hours. lie was un-
li, “tout the salt. hut he hoped that
i got Jnclr.
live we leit the garage
hi ll hlirvazalzn-running.
Something in mi: direcuon is being
v e r 1 o