A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE-I OI‘ IRISH INDEPENDENCE. IRISH LII -RATURE AND THE INTEREST-S OF THE IRISH RACE.
7,], XL, No. 30. Whole No. 567.
NEW YORK, JULY 25r i914.
nlluud In Ienonddnu mall-d.0d.n.1wn.Al new-mi omen
New York, N. L, unit the Au oworrgrssur mama ,. any.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
-rne wcrlr or collecting money to arm
and equip :he lrish National volun-
s seriously lnterlupted
s almost completely
d riedmondh unnam-
tlic acti n in obtaining control or the
volunteers by threatening to split them
ractions. is being resumed all
everywhere and the col-
lsctions are beginning to hear iruit.
a ailcreu more he recognized even its
Having a that-or
iaenty-or-e men, so he onl
ion or twenty-nve more. in
Committee or the sviiolntv
-nient or his twenty-nve ‘he complained
believe that that
its, but that h
really twenty-aeven: Mr. Redmond had
been misiniormed again by somebody.
tor tile lct.uuI number 0! the Provisln -
al committee was twenty-niner Politi-
tlalls ought to be better Iulclnnerl abou
important matters and to be able to
count noses correctly, but Mr. Redmond
in too busy in London to bother about
little things in Ireland.
One would think that. having been
His object is to destroy the Volunteersr
in the inter or is English Govern
men, so he proceeded to discredit its
govcrnin ho to t row i
dnances into disorder w hout con-
sulting his own nomi or givi 3
them a chap e a word, he he
America to contribute money. but carc-
Illll)’ refrained B E
i, uolnpletei the
The purposa or this crooked arra:IKe-
inept in plain. The committee that has
twenty-ova nominees at Mr. Redmond
5 in m s ‘>9
d with such disrespect or
such sross lack or. collrtesyr and 11 "19
twenty-rive Redmandite members or the
Committee had a spark or manly 59"“
they would all resign. '
To up the clillnx or latermeddllus
Mr. Michael .1. Ryan rindertalsea to veto
the decision or the Provisional com-
mittee in Dublin to ask the Amerivan
Committee to send, arms to Ireland. in-
stead or money, No sooner was 1
letter or Eoin hiacxelli. Chalrmnn at
the Proviaionni committee. ndvlslns
that course pa 1 bed than Mr. Ryan
rushemnto rint to say. "No: don
and, but sand Your
"ii any arms to Irel
“mm to the Treasurer or t e ‘In ed
lilsh League, and he ‘ll re d
the Treasurer: r Parliamentary
Fllhd" who 1 ly and impudenvse or a
‘his is almost unbellevnh It reveal“
‘he real purpos or mom and Fifi
them. so that they my be
N"er1ean to do anything, but what the
And the‘ ridiculous promises and
Pledges or $100 ooo tor the volunteers
Rita in clrclllatlnl might II
IRESUME Wllllli INTERRUPTED BY llEllMllNll
American Nationalists, Who Had Eden Holding Back Lest Their Money Might
Be Seized By Man Who Has Agreed To Dismemberment Of Ireland. Fall
Into Line Again, And The Sinews Of War Are Being Collected-
Crooked Work Of Redmondiies Will Be Unavailing-The Volun-
teers In Ireland Are Electing The Right Men, Who Will
Not Be Browbeaten Or Cajoled-Money Subscribed
In America Will Go For Arms Alone.
well he made a whole million. They
are merely meant to divert to the united
lrish League any money that might be
coming rrom people nt too
tornled about the situation, so that it
may be lert lying idle. instead or being
put into arms and ammunition ror tho
volunteers, that the Partition or ire-
land, to which Redmond is co. have
agreed. may be
E t all these ahnllaw trick re VI‘. .
The eyes or the lrish people In America
are being opened. The men who have
been holding back lest Redmond might
keep their money rrom being put into
arms are satlsiiod now that the Amari-
’ bnniient and
aPDi'oval or the Provisional committee
in Dublin. has decided to send aims, in-
h had halted in their work have
iorining all over the counir
taking permanent shave. T 2 will
warn, not tor a passing emergency, bat
lo provide for a permanent Army or No
tional Defence in Ireland and will re-
main on guard in America until the
work is don .
But, best news or all. the volunteers
in Ireland are holding elections ior per-
at the counties, so that when ths,tima
comes to hold a convention and elect
a permanent governing committee there
will be, no doubt or the r9slllt.,, There
will be no dlshandmcnt or the Volun-
teers, no giving up at their arms, noi-
wlll the English Government be per-
mltted to nelze‘t'nsIn, TIie- volunteers
wi’ll,not be turned into a Territorial
Force, but will remain an lrish Arm)’
or National De encs.
No Nationalist in America need have
any rear now that his money will so
wrong, and all Nationalist: should en-
lecllng money to
buy arms lor the volunteers in Ireland,
Get to work at once, p g and
don't let the gra r
(eat one dollar now is worth ten next
year, And never rorget that the sum
raised must be enough to equip on
The Irish National Volllntcer Fund
wart men who need only
Joimrnl and will not be visible through
u microscope when the time comes.
SWISS ' NAVY RECOGNIZED.
e swlss Navy, about which so many
jokes have been made, has received in-
‘ at ‘last. A
spatch irorn Washington. dated Jilly 15-
so a. .
when the state Department sent out
circular letters to all ambassadors and
ministers to request the !0V9"1m="'= W
pate in the naval display at the Panama
Pacific Exposition, Minister stovnll. in
Switzerland, received a letter with the
Notwithstanding switzorland has no
water lront the swiss Foreign once
t to the Swiss P901719
Tad been withdrawn.
somebody In the stats De artment
had awakened to the (act that Switzer-
land had no n vy '
1 dl l Inspector-General or the
The M a at the Health con-
s‘xt’.nVe per cent, of
to the colors were, he said, airected -lth
CONSTITUTION OF NATIONAL VOLUNTEER C0llllllTTEE.
roizowiug in tile lull tutor tho iirlei i'on.stltution adopted tor the gorsra
M-ut or the lrish xntiuual Volunteer orgarilrntiou in the llulteo slam. by
you ruillullttoe lllvaiuted at th. Tuxedo Hall (‘omelitlml or Jilly ; and [norms-
sat.-u by the l-gsecutlre committee there cleric-d:
ARTICI-E l. '
. Name and Ohlrrtt.
Se lun 1.-This organization afinll lie known I! the IRISH NATIONAL
VULI‘. TEER Fl MNIITTEE. . .
Section 2 its atiiert Ihn he to aid the people uf Ireland to crgzinizt.
aim laud EQUIP I Dernilnenl lilonnl Aim)‘ 0! Dufrnce tor the lllatrillnn at
their rights IDII Illlerllelz and to mnlnlnlh the ’I"cll'iIoI‘I:al lnulglliy oi’ llclaild.
l ARTICLE II.
Orglniizatwll dud r.-or-ernrrrerii.
Ir-The orgainlnlio ii [I vnrlhlst at a General Ctlmrlllltm, WIICWV
uwnlliersniu llull ektend throughout LIIC l'lllIrd Sutes, llld Inml or illunlalllnl
rounclls, I with and iilltlordinltkl in tho Gorielldl COHIHIIKKFP, in nl.lL‘L
counties, Citleli, towns or laclllllen u ni.A3' rrqllire thrill (or the proper car
n 0! the walk.
I: 2.<TI1e government of the nlsnnllnllan shall IJE vcsti-:1 III
Executive Committee. consisting of I Niillulinl President, ll Nlllnnlll l‘lrcrI’lc,xl>
Ilent. I Natlonlil Treasurer. I National Seclvtnry and tut-nty-mic nlll rllrlll
hers, who shall be elected at In nlmutll Uolilentlall of tile (‘urinal Cn:li.lil.-
lee The Execullve Committee oi nlne ricrted at the lint Cnnicrlilan hllilll
Add sixteen other: to the body.
Section 3.-Tile Exevutlvd Commltlvn " ll hi: I! poilwr to roller! tll'lrln
and carry out (he Dhlerua oi this orgunlztlllnrl In-J atlall have full nilihnrlvy in
apply them tor that purpoa to the best or t oil‘ abi iry and jurlgllii-‘DI. lull.
shall not divert. lhzm to gay ryuggr ab]! min the rllaintonarlrc 0! I XHIIOIHLI
Army 0! Defence in Ireland.
Th: Nnliunul COIILUIIIOVI.
sec I-A National Convrnllon shall be held annually rlnt iatrr Xll.l.’i
l)i'toI72r 1, beginning a l 1915, but a spatial convention may bo calico at a >
time by the Exenlltlve comraltlee when it zlrlrlrls that the interests at tho Xa-
tl - Arlli-rim, reqllire it. but the an
l-:.m-iitive committee sllhll nc
Convention shall cullrisl oi" ilclcgalra from county. lolnl or
am dclcgate ironi every 2; mnlrlllcra
body, or our delegate >
subscribers to the Volunteer Fund, who between them have contributed not
less than slob during the twelve months immediately preceding the date rat the
cnventlon. or om any ranch or an lrlrrb society h during the shire
period has contributed not less than slrm in the volunteer Fluid,
Section 3,-T as Executive conarnlma shall give public notice or 510:
uonrcnllon at least 30 days in advance or in meeting, hliall lesuc crulcutlh:
rornir to the branches, groups or nlolntxrra and ronlrlhllllng snvlrtlea, anutaaa
such other measures lor the protection or the interests or the ol'g.'miznl.im: ad
itinay """.’ ' " "’ -r -
section 4.-the power or the convention shall bu suprcrnc in till: mak-
ing or laws tor the government 01 the ovgunizaunn, p d, hou-ercr, that
no convention ah
II] have power to change tho object or divert the funds lo
any other purpose than that set forth in Article I
ARTI('I.l: Iv. '
- .lIr.m.br-rslrryr. '
Szction I.-Every man or lrish birth or llnchizo is eligible to rr:crr.l;cr-
ship In this organization, irroapi-rtlve or religious bcllr-r or pnlltlcnl amllutian.
lrrovliled he contributes to its iunda nnil talus tho plcllgc or nicn-.bcreIilrr.
‘ I‘lt‘t1gu of Mcivlbvnlllp,
section 2.-Every nleniber shall take the ioilou-lug pledgie:
I, do holl>nil)' i-ledge my Klir‘rl>l'I word o
honor that I will work ihyhlly lam] urircmllilnlrly to hid in rnnirrtaln
ing the map National Voluhlccra an it Prtrmanr-rit Army or Nlluounl
Drrence tor Ireland: for the lrrcservatlori or irelnrrdh Territorial In
tegrlty, with Ulntcr Mun.-icr. Lt-ii-rater hud Cnnnlatht hilly lnrliidcri un-
isdictlon or any National Government that may be camb-
In Ireland. and tor the nialnlcnnuco or run civil and religious
liberty for all Irlahuicu, without distinction or crccd, mm or this
n will work unreaslulzly to put an end to all sectarian str‘
among my countnnicn." r
Section I.-Tho rlnnnces or this organization nlrall be proviaiad by nor
sonnl subscription: and collection made by Ilie nltnlbelb. 'l-lien‘ melni-vi‘ shnli
pay an annual subscription or not lcas than Two Dollars, bit may wlltllllllto
much as he can nrror and is expelled to rnllcrt rrom aympatlllzera to tbc
extent or his ability.
a . money realized by the subscriptions and the rnllerliona
or members shall not on used (or any purpono other than tho prrr.-liuso or
arm ammunition, and equipment hurl other military expenses or the-Arm)’
u and, and every I)l’li!l’.‘n and local l-lllnrll shall rorwnrd to
tho Nattonal Treasurer at least once a month the total amount or aiihsrrlp-
tiona Ind collections received, with the name. and addresses or the contribu-
section 3.-Running expenses or hrarrchea or loml committees and as.
pensea or delegates to conventions may he ilroviiicd by slwrinl vollsrtlont. hail
rent may be avoided by getting the tree use or meeting places or other lrish
societies irlendly to the volunteer nrovcn-lent, so that the Arms I-‘llnd may be
held sacred and lnvlolahle. ,
, ARTICLE vi. I
Powers ol lihtiorrdl Orlicru.
5 on i.-in the intervals heiwcen meetings or the Executive committee
the National odlcer shall have run power to act in all emergencies. and the
National President. National Vice-President and National secretary shall act
with the Nltlonll Trellurer I5 Trustees for the custody and expenditure of
the iunds. . , ' ‘
Section 2.-The Nulalul Treasurer shall execute I hand with In o
proved surety company na surety in a bond satisraciory to the Execlltlve
committee. which bond shall no approved by the three other National orrlrsr
and llled with the National president. -
, Filling or vacuum. -
. Section Lmin the event of the death, resignation or removal from onto
1 any National omcer or member or the Executlr-o committee. the vacancy
shall be filled by a inuol-ity Vole or the EXe"lllIt'e Committee.
5 tion 2.-mAn1 omrer of tho arslntntlaln or merilller 0! the Executive
from 11mm or expelled for Llrenclil 0! trust or can-
duct rrrsludlcini lo the interests or in (I“lIVfl11(tuVi. fly I malorlly role of
mg Erscutlra commuter.
ms nears NAME IS o-nrrlzy.
PHILADELPHIA. my 2 - The
Inest addition to the lighting torcs or '.""“‘"‘
(ha united States NIVY. the GI’ he 0‘EP‘I(‘9I is expected to he one of
boat destroyer O'Brien. was launched the iastest venaela in the nary, her to
here lord: . tract (or speed bein knots. sho
lulu Nari: Bradbury Campbell or In his teat, in-length and iii (cat 5 inches
Cherryneld. Ila. ti tru eat grand- beam with 1,909 tons dianlaul.-nenl.
nlecorof capnln Jeremiah 0‘Erien, liter
rh in the vescel was named. was the
Summons Conference 0lSome Of The Parties, And Ignores Others, To Give
. ii .
A More Fartlcal Touch To The Home Rule Comedy-The Gallant lrish
Party," Having Already Cansented To Cut Antrim, Dawn, Derry
Arid Armiigh Out Of Ireland, Sternly Reluses To Add A Few
More Bits To The Alienated Territory-Ireland's Interests .
Mada A Pawn in A Sordid Game Of English Politics-
King Openly Sides Wlth Carsonites.
The new: cabled train London Iholrl in; Bill can be presented to the Kiilsr
that the Home Rule comedy is nearing
the ml. and one at the Iunnlelt thing: d “I
about I! is the talk or the "grave com Home Rule E,“ “R” H m d A E
siltuilannl crisis," Ihlrh it is said to 1, my mm ,nmdme um we K,“
hale hroilght about Little King George should reluse to sign the Home Ruin
has lummaned . mngerenm of all we Bill despite the ndllce at the .‘IIDI5lI')'.
Engush and mm pm," "cw" ml but the explanation apparently is, and
war," The two parties excluded Iran: pmlamggg C, or p,,,ged,,,e in
tho conleruhra are the Laser men and
the 0'Brlznltcs. The naughty English
Labor men have ‘criticized the lilns.ao
he has not cornnranded them to attend,
one wllliurri 0'Erlan‘a rolloa-era and
Laurrncc alnnsll. who is a party all
hiniio: are kept out because the petri-
ots or the “Irish r n.) " re con.
iinualiy shouting lor "unlcn among
rr-ruse Io sit in Ihe same
room aizb them, extent, or course, in
the House or Ccmmolzl, Where English
lnlv nlaktn it compulsory.
so the eta or Ireland, it the King
has his way, In to be scttltd by lwo Lib-
arzla, urn rorits. two lrish Ornngelnen
,, “.0 . -m,m1,5,j.. who N, u, some nlbsr solution out orrhs dlhlculty
may ,.o,m,,,Ed mm ,0," co-,m,m 0, which the reiusal to sign the Bill would
lrelan shall separated irom the "'3"-
lest or Ireland because a majority ot 73"” '3 Ill”! 39"“ “ill ‘be Confer-
, Many, 0, mm u,,,,,,,,, ‘,9 Pm ence to he :1 at Buckingham Palace.
mm‘ , ms to many Radicals lllre
smear, sprung‘ out or this
understood that when
tblrd aesslon by the introduction or an
Amending Bill to a hill eslgned to
pus unchanged under the Parliament
Act. secondly. since Parliament
Act of Procedure was notcol:i:p1.ed with,
the King is not bound hy the provisions
0! the Act in use of the Home Ru
also sronca A LI'i"l1.t: acss
This is a very serious situation zrom
a constitutional poizt or slow, since rt
brings the King in direct conllict with
no saw. son: or -ma rlzrra.
But more comical even that the twad- m ,3 h 1,, ,
die about the ‘grave constitutional :5 9:: :1!“ 8 mm !n;::2;hot“oldt::
f"““‘ "" "ff "‘3‘""“‘ ""7"" 0‘ "9 l'nionist leaders the latter stipulated
lrish l>a baring alrend
agreed that tour lrish counties ahai.i "1"" they Wk W"
be out out or Ireland, they will not
a n -- -- - r. “i”. ..:’:.:..,.:;"':l "“:':.::.%.‘:;:.“:;
"'C"““" I“ "I" """ “' "9 Chm!“ rum and the unionist lsade ta
nbime describes H me Rule on a am mm mm,‘ wk n mg “mp
railing into port and weathering the .
but he says nothing or the leui- "at L" w i’ “I
resolution to slave Tyrone an arman- mum“ snowy the “noun”
h , .
. Ler let [ha good ship go down
with ore-sixiha oi the Irish nag nylng
ii-om Lila masthead than to consent to
have two other little pieces torn air.
is in subtraction that conrronta
the heroic party. Having consented to , 5 ,
the exclusion or one-sixth or Ireland. nobody mud we “mm” of mm‘
why should they he anlseri to rn ire mm "5
, , ponsiblllty and l=arilamentary
n WI’lil)lI9dH1IlII?v 'ni will nevler. I"-;‘" cont oi upper house. However,
""' " V ’ ’""“"“““ ” " ““ ‘” Lord rtney znlplnsized the serious
their Liege Lord. George the Fifth In-
sists on It. In lhal. nine. 0! Course, 110- -
lhg loyal suhiecls or the King and seal-
ouo servants or 2 e mplre on w
ihe sun nevor sets. they will have to
give in and , "Anythllcz tha a plas-
ing to Your hiaieirty ' nevor has
been In nil Irish history such Itern
lIl'l(‘DI’I.Il1l‘0D'lIIih[ -nnmplanl of “lrelln
Partly a Nation‘ gint-e Castlereagh sold
the Irish Parliament.
he New York p
Ipprelielzaion. the Labor
meeting last evening passed
-M worded protest against the
tion at the King Ii "undue interference
on the part or the Crowu" and against
Lien have I: ii
the r o man or an organized torce
In political and izlduatrlll disputes,
LABOR ales sun on.
The Irish Party expresses anger that
w Nationalists are very bltte
erry and Arnlagh is the iinest uchieve the turn or eve ts, At a meeting in
went In I“ Irish history. lcrordins to
the well-iniormed correspondents or the
in London.- '
New York FIPEI1 l d the terms
tats t or March
Following is the version or the news '
given in the Tribune last. Tuesday: P”‘““’ ‘“‘l“’“" "‘ I” “WW5 0‘
. , Ho o common. yesterday. on-
. y 21.-The grnvs Ulster
situation hu developed into I still gru-
Tne Klnx ll Ic-
mpting to suspend th au-
nounced that King George, “in View of
moribund veto at the or
- The Premier added that tho night
out with the Home :"“' ""‘“‘
it is stnttd by those who have the
host means or knowing the King's mind
that he now intends to withhold his
Iaacnl iron: the Home ua Bill unless
an amending Bill is presented to him
along with 1!. as the opposition in the
House or run as done its it
nuke procedure with the
hill impossible. it has h
ence. in view or
the altuation. Premier Asquith said he
would not ask the House to discuss tn.
Bill to amend the lrish Home Rule
Bi . -
Premier Asquith said he hoped the
meetings of the conierenca would begin
,inxly. dimcult to see how any Amend-Hr Cantlnugd 9,. Pugg 3.)
-r ' ,'.".‘ma-a“ ..v.-a- -
WANTS Tl] Bliss THE ills.‘ . .