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The Gaelic American - Vol. XI, No. 27, July 4, 1914, Whole Number 564.
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The Gaelic American - Vol. XI, No. 27, July 4, 1914, Whole Number 564.
27 February 2014
New York [N.Y.] : Gaelic American Pub. Co.
Joseph McGarrity Newspaper Collection
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D yrl. XL, No. 27. Whole No. 554. NEW YORK, JULY 4, I914. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF IRISH INDEPENDENCE. IRISH LITERATURE AND THE INTERESTS Inland .mad(l...si..liev.o.n.r.ra-vi hrwiorlni .. OF THE IRISH RACE. "l;.:;r;<,>?:=,,-' ‘ PBICI; rivr; CENTS. WORKING TO ARM NATIONAL VOLUNTEERS. pppmitiees Foriiied In American Cities Pushing Work Of Collecting Funds, in spite Ol Redmondls Efforts To Frustrate lt-After Rejecting Proposition ‘For United Action, His Man Ryan Tries To Spoil The Collection By Starting Rival One, Clrcularizing Same Men Who Had Already Been Apnroachotl-Hopes Based On Natural Feeling Of Disgust And Antagonism, But Will Be Disappointed- Redmondls Challenge Promptly Taken Up. 7,, work ot raising tunds tor the edly represents the irlsn race in Am- 4,,,.. xaiioaal volunteers in lreland, erica and through whom the present atioan-lde committee on June 1. goes be promptly iarthcoming tram Liberty- ,, any on. in spite oi a treacherous at. loving Aialerlca." no in V The italics are copied verhatim irom the printed rircular,’which lal dated rniladelphia. Boston. Bultalo. lndlnn- June 21 and which invites th‘e societies ml... chicago and other cities locni to send three delegates each to a meet- pyittees Are Ilremy busily at work ing to be held at Emmet Arcade on irri- roosideruble money has been made day evening, July 3-the same societies . on an already received the circular Philadelphia la atill iur in the lead issued by the National committee of the and boasts that the lead will be kept. lrisis volunteer Fund on June 1. And in spite oi the utmost enorts that such the persons who thus set themselves up York and Chicago. as the proper custodians ot the money it E n ‘.3 es ei onsh canvass oi the lrlnllnnen at the strlbes himselr as the man “who un- lily and has Ilrenily either pledges or douhtedly represents the Irish race in lo ‘ vs no. ericu, and through whom the present :el'll‘llliE in lavarlbln “hurts of ltrosress tail is being made," is Mr. Michael J. made. ‘ Ryan. The inipndence or the statement: Phiiadelnlll“ ‘““ "3 obtained by that he -represents t ish race in‘ some heav, ,porsol:l o :1 at Ia‘ > 5 he lr subscriptions America" is character xlc, although it ltocnrhey, Frank Reilly. William Reilly: exclusion or ulster and who sought con- lanes la. sheehan. Michael lilcaarrlty trol of the National volunteers to enable anl.Dlvlsion,7!. A- O. .. with $100 the British Governrlient to carry out each. Then came James Feeley,EdI‘ord um mason so lreland, Fitz era Jame: Huger Edward -i-ha pur ose or Mr. Ryan‘: circular in liearna. James Reilly, John whalen and plain, He wants to prevent. as tar a the sa <1 Club with s’ oh. and the t irom wllliaro Pedlar and a sunh-r or contributions or sea as here is not one or these Seuerous lvlltrlbiitors among the millionaire miild ill spare the money. but who i>e- treason to lreland in America. as well no line that this is a time requiring heavy st name. iatrlllces on the part or lriehmea who A a this man who is now engaged in are really in earnest, ".iioney’4alks." the treacherous work of preventing the and it is talking pretty plainly thee nrst chance (or real union among the tars in Philadelphia. ' Irish people in America that has occur- Similar work, though not on so large red since Parnell was "thrown to the itcale, has been inaugurated in every English wolvea" relecled do ozlcv lot :- io . collected to arm and equip the whole. dolphin. He reiected it on t Ntllonnl volunteer Force in ireland. ground that the volunteer. in Ireland Then came Mr. John Re mond's cabled should Dr, under the absnlulz room: of ee lorre and whose leader has not uttered the united lriah League his not 5" saord o( protest -5-inst the Ensllnll hundred genuine, all-the-Year-round Bvvernmeora raclun tion torbiddin; members in the whole 1‘ ' ‘ll involution or arms into lreiami. among them was the xaiiooai vice H S a a. ‘mntr to arm the National volunteers the committee represented men .ib1ll be sent to the men who consent to who h’ad already contrlltmll 53”“ '0’ iii. prorlanlltlon iorbiddlng the Na- the volunteers. But they were "unim- lltuai voionteers to arm, but throw a thorlzerl" to contribnte- ll wins it is o ilrlduals that had received circulars John Redmond. who in tum Will hm “lady at work and which had sent The circular boasts lhnt Mn Rlnn 11 o . nlted lrish League train which the mining." The other Cammlil“ '“"" '”’“”"'lns is an extr 1’ "Although, cs yditnirh awnr'e.vnrioiIs two to Dublin as a arst insgxlment. ' -B "flrinccs ’ ‘ .1 nd iliebn J, an. who bark ‘htnl , are helog made throughout lan , a .m D 9 surrender ma 0 “in lgtl sum, ior limits to arm Indl im pm; me. m‘:lh,er,s mum’ mm M ‘"1" -nheals ior support in this the pork at raising inane! to 1"“ ‘ll’ ous crisis in the history or li'e- National volunteers will so an-h V E‘- :1 you he appeals dud it is upon Thousands of Mtlonilnts H 9 "itltain, ,4“, Y , 1",... him rdadv. through the disgust which iir. IE‘ ‘it follancelis ::tmls‘t‘tsanisaced and Redmond knew his tion would pro- . ll“ , r dl Lly said that they will loin“; .lmit‘y?al:a:>T Phiiadal :L’t";l3" ax:e.r:‘tfto leeiiagj-:‘i1Dl;sR:,i‘l’l:ln[r‘;‘e >'r Natl ' . ll ireiand or is . t M“ ‘4IrItne“orPAel:s‘ttdi-ii‘: xi): second thought will wine in them and they Illl realize that John Red- mond can no more turn back the tide III‘ wa order there one coniideace, ut the your. runllltood or lrgiand is awake and (hing; wil i right lhcuiiielvea beinre ion his English masters. (or on in he Ir‘le4 in securing apparent control or the No- tiorial volurlteers ' A rneclirlg at the National commit- tee or the lrlslt volunteer Fund will be h no 59th street, new 5 ndl next, Jilly 5. far the purpose or inking s h a in as the sl a demand anti there can be no doubt that line men w a a date 1 speak an ('0 the ationalists the United states. will prove themselves equal to the emergency. PHILADELPHIA LEADS. Additional Subscriptions Arnollnt- ing to $550 Received at Meet- ing of Municipal Council Organ- ized to Ann the Irish National Volunteers and $3,000 More Pledged. , PHILADELPHIA. June 29,-A meet- pug or tha Philadelphia Municipal Coun- cll or the irish National volunteers. was held last night in the A. o. H. ciu llrills N. Broad street. The chulrma Prahris s. clark, presided. - is uite obvious that all the men here concerned in raising runda tor the irish volunteers are most enthuslastir in lhtlr work, Last night personal con- tributions amounting to woo were re- 5’ relied an ooo more was 1: sad h delegates rrorn the various lrish so e tie in th city. to thee a is in addition amounts. Philadelphia has already for- nrni'IlPd sa,hoo to the Treasurers or the xational Voiilialgen ,n u o. - substantial returns are being received train the collection cards which have . been recently distributed hrondrnat iermined that the amount or his collec- tlons shall exceed that or any other col- lerlor. and the contributions obtained pmroeds or their annual nelu-day gameo, which will be held at Central Park, win N. Firth street. on July 4. to the Irish Volunteer Fhnd. Philadelphia was foremost in start- lng the movement to raise tun-is to arm the lrisla volunteers and, iudgiog lrorvl all nppelrancea, Philadelphia intends to keep in the van All the time. That all national spirit-the old dghtlng spirit ..a-blch some people thought was dying have Inistrererl the nation’: call. and t . lie has already made contusion where thorn men aha have a - taken a keen int arrest in Irish aliaira are now doubling illelr energira in make this one or the most silttesaiul ever launched on hchali oi Ireland, SOME OF THE OENEROUS OOROR5 Fnllovllrlg is a partial list I tho rhilatlelphiu subscriptions to the Irish National volunteer l-‘und 5I.Vl(lil>JD!P[III 5ltGzrrll)' szrul each-Joseph Mt-Lau Vincent, Division so A. 0 Sim each-Jonu Duggaa. John l-ioriei‘. Wnlirt Jlc('arne,v, Frank Rclll). William Rrlily, James B t-ban. Ditislmi is. A ghlin. Frank H el . herald, Jame: J-lagserti. Eduard Kearhs, James Reilly, John ii-nsien. surrilold club. lviiiiarn Pedlar. ’Vlneizar Hill Club. x each-Patrick rrarry. Pranria s Clark, Joan Cunningham, Philip Unlin- hoe. Thomas McKeuney. Phtrlrk Elit- xuiiy. ivillium Tobin, Stihmrnrk Forllv hall and Emmet. Hurling clull. rlaiishorty. sell Faulkner, nuniel ii-azv Robert kearus , si -Eduard Duny C!ulJ Sis earn-Tim Callahan. James Mp. lllogan. Daniel 1-‘. Kelly John Kennedy, lliioltuel Lyons. Cornelius ‘nu. l’-‘rnnk Jii-Cullough. Patrick lliri-‘arldeu, John lilcGa.r ty, Micha P-lrballzhlln, William J. Mclllullln. Joseph Mi'Slrn- iz S’: c Jameson, John Toi-nan, Patrick Broder- orge Logan. M. R. Kerwlr-k. .‘taJries Conway, Michael M4'HIigh, Pal- ilrk Burke ll m ‘R d J it waists. Michael Lydon. George hlicee. James cnnniire..John .McAl-ldrewa, (‘or- elllll C rr. .7 mos 11 ii a a Fiirke. John hic. i-1h6n. Thomas Jeunow, llioritague, Patrick Quinn, Jllrhael Rod- gt-rs, James , 0‘Rellly. Flalrlrk Kelly, John Enright, Hugh Sweeney. Bernard lili-I-‘arlrlen, Matthew Tasnan, Bernard p lss Ros Mooney. John J. Brady, Patrick lllurpll . a 52.50 earth-Mia: Julia A, Clark, lllisa hlurgaret Clark. . 2 each-Michael Heilernan, James lilrxichnl, Putrick Skelly. Lawrence Len- ahan. John Jlitctieli, George Davis. Ja ’ Jennings. James Duiiy, Bernard En ouglterty, Frank )IcGIrr)'. John Gallagher, Owen Donahue, Thomas Mt‘- Cabe. Jr., John hluiiane, xi each-H Kelly, William Carey, Jr. lilies Katharine J. Clark. Henry Hil- locks, William Coliboy. Mntliew ltoidy. .> William hlcl-lale. Dominick Quinn, Denis iiclnerney. Bert-lara Dnlin-lly. soc-hilclinel Killian. ’ 254:-John llltlrluglalln. TllE HUNDRED YEARS OF PEACE FRAUD BEATEN j....:. Bill To Appropriate Tlloney To llelray Expenses Of Celebration Oi Centenary Oi Treaty Of [illellt Defeated lly Majority Oi l33 lu liolise Oi Representatives. In Spite Oi ltryan's‘UtinostvEllilris To Pass ll-Papers Call It An Irish Victory, Old John Redmond Will Grieve Over It. The attempt to hunco the American Government or the united states re- peopla into a demonstration or rriend- ahlp ior England that would prepare‘ the way (or an Alliance (or war was no clnively beaten in the House or Reine bvnutivtas on Monday 1:51 by is vole nl art g H I 155 to 52. t was the proposition to llllliroprllzle money for the "Hundred Years or Peace" celehrntlnn. Originally the proposition, in the last Congress, was to appropriate 37,500,000 negla out at his co ossal iortune, but what. the sehemor want is to make the snonaiule tor the celebration, tor the sake of its client in Europe. so the vlork or obtaining the iirst instalment or 333.000 was entrusted to Represent- llvtl mood oi Virginia. who is chairman ouse committee on Foreign At- talrs. it was honed that by making the iirst appropriation so small t e 0 on of the people would be allay-ed and that later nlore and more money could he obtained. it the proposed appropria- tlon were only sl.ilho. the Government would be Just as much aommitted oiii clnlly to the enterprise as it the amount voted were 5 o,ono. , not the platters. and especially secre- tary Bryan, utterly rnlsclilculated the er- teet on the congressmen <01 the ll indignation at the surrender to England on the Panama Tolls matter. senators and Representatives have been heitrl lrom their constituents in no unrertaia ......'-- - (Continued on Pill]: I.) ‘isperiai to Tie: Game Anraltas.) DUBLIN, June 19,-sluts l orole my ra Thevoluliteer lorce has in a ie-v months r a prolonged debate Ilir)’ decided tocnty-lira persons nominated lly him "The committee reoornlzen that lot the time. in view or the new situation port, dad non-aeertacal prtoerple .3 dis orought about the splendid spirit that pervades and invigorated the volunteer ndcr ti deep and painful sense at re- dilly wltatlieev conreoiron. and to view 1 a situation cteixrlyiovcril upon Hit-wi, add to t r number :5 persona nomi- nated at the lnsunca oi the Irish arming Ind the perlnnnenre of the Volr n teer ranks. and how that a deiinite do = E 5? trained the question of control n-lll later = so per discussion: und I for one think that REOMOllO WINS BY TRAITOROUS THREATS. a Provisional Committee 0lNalional Volunteers Siirrenders Control When He issues Public Ultimatum Announcing He Would Set Up A Rival Authority And Split lre‘and’s Army 0l.lJefence, In Face Of A United Enemy- Plays Desperate Game To Aid British Government-To Avoid Temporary Setback Committee Makes Disaster Possible- Their Reasons For Capitulaling Were Good Ones ' For Standing Firm-A Humiliatirig Spectacle. these, ahstever is nolllirlnzu or the neaspapers may say ll is the aim or the Provision] committee to try by eiery possible means to get rides tor IE2 movement Ind lhe)’ appeal to II] lrishmen in and out or lreiand to help or em. The commission appointed by the demands an to IWOKFUIIYB made It the Queenstonn harbor auillorities have been set aside Nat rllily is izueenstown not to he re;-r . nted , counsel, but only one reporter is nlloued to be pres- ent at the sittings, and hr in the repre- exrluded and the lI‘l.<Li llailrls are c being held until they saw hrlei acco quire into something it venerated or all British idols. viz; can stitutlnnal Governlrlen . d tlnne to tolernte‘ it. Eliulca l-loasox. the Provisional committee mend‘: uawarrantabie and lulproper as lawn boycott has not taken long to iuatity its appointment, llrartirally all i l sentaiiie olan English prr.-s agency. The representatives oi llie lli<h press are om- plelely dependent illlnri the mttaxre rzr poria iurnlshed by this pr:-an agency (or their accounts or lnlhnl is taking plate. Llhll or them in the newspapers. The Eng- lish Government is’notorious tar bush. ing up its srsndals and so the present methods or this commission excite little surprise; but no one in lreland belieies or is try clal whitewash brush. it is an Interest,- lng example or what the English call ‘mission appointed by the Department of Agriculture to inquire. into Rural Credit s in ire n Conllnlivs to receive a good deal of attention here, ion us constituted rlmaril! to periormed by the Department or Agri- culture. in otheraountriea olncial com- missions or inquiry are appointed to in- aom question. The tenor or their report can hurly alesys be toretoid by anybody and is moderately aeii ioiormed on Irish arlalrs belore they meet and their report is usually dependent upon the personal vlevrs oi the head or the De partmeat by ahom the appointment is made. i do not mean that the commis- onera report against their iudgment. or conducting the nllhllr business. in e ‘the iirst place it saves a lot of trouble and enables the tzorrruoient to dodge lwknrnrd questions and throws a cloak at open handed virtue over their most dis- 1 All this con- ucea to those in the Government ser- blame the illntelsmen adopting it as long as t e great. mass or the people will coni- THE COMMITTEES BLUNDEIll By Yielding to Redmond’: Unreas- onable and Improper Demand They Destroyed the Military . E$clency of t e Volunteers and Out OR 3 Supply of Arms. The Editor or Tin metro Amarcas regreta that ho la compelled to talc. tin, method or expressing his dissent. from the view expressed by Mr. l-lobson in re gard to the enact on the irish xaticnai volunteer movement or the surrender or inland. Making full Allowance for the position or uirzme dlllirully in which