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A JOURNAL DIZVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF IRISH INDEPENDENCE. IRISH LITERATURE AND THE INTERESTS OF THE lRISH RACE.
vaI..XI., No. 41. Whole No. 578.
‘ NEW YORK, OCTOBER 10,191-1
PRICE FIVE GENTS.
IRISH VIILUNTEERS IIEPIIIIIATEA IIEIIMIIND.
Men Who Founded And Organized Ireland’: National Army Cast Out The
‘Arch Traitor And His Creatures Who Sought To Make It A Recruitlne
Agency to? The English Governm
Slaligittered In France-Issue
Timely Action Was Taken-Redrnand Had Grossly Violated
The Fundamental Liiw Ofliie Organization And Betray-
ed Ireland Ey His Actions And Speeches.
The original Provisional Cariimiltee
or the Irish National volunteers-ins
men who conceived the idea at starring
the movement. who brought it.inth ilie.
glntured it in its early stages. went
town do town organizing, counsel-
nill it uecanio
service to Ireland by casting out the
traitors who were trying to turn it (rain
t we tliken at the psychol-
he address in the Irish National Vol>
uuteers announcing and explaining this
the municipal life of Dublin. when Lord
Mayor Sherlock and John R
grossly violated all the proprieties and
the rules and lations governing the
was A challenge it
or Ireland. and it us prornntiy taken
The Manifesto oi the Provisional Co‘rn-
mlttee was the answer to this audacious
inipudence of the Arc, Traitor who has
undertaken to sell his country inr the
oppressed andgrniyhed her (or seven men
turles and that a tow weeks hsiore had
massacred Iris wonlen‘.Ind children
in the streets oi Dublin. The review
ii w and the Dublin Indeprnderit
reports that part or Redmond‘: speech
I: follows: ‘
"Wicklow volunteers, in spite oi the
beauty of the
duty is, M. sQ’couts to defend the shares
or Ireland from foreign invasion. l:
as a whole are [at stake in this
"This war is Ilntleruiien in delence
and shrinking irorn the duty
than the held or battle that gallantry
and tour: s which have distipsulshsd
your race all through its history. .y
“I say to you, thsreiore.” conlmilelg
Mr. Redmond, "your duty is two-fold.
and religion in this war
s in every other speech, Redmond in
e underluolt to prostitute the
Catholic church to the service oi Enz-
lsnd hy utisring shameless lies.
reply or tn. provisional cnrnniittse lol-
PROVISIONAL CO!!.VlT’l'EE‘S STATE
To the Irish roiunierro.
Ten months ago a Provisional Conl-
“Wement with the solo purpose oi
securing and deiending the right! 1"‘
llhsrtles oi the Irish people. The more
‘ urn oso
on these lines, the-usb """"="
lid time. obtained thu
Oiwosed for a
ent And To Send The Man To Be
Manifesto Stating Why This
srrppvut at tho Irish Nation. when the
oiuniscr moveruent nso necorne the
it, to endeavor to
his ronirol. ,
'l‘i‘il'ee ruoruns ago he put tors-ard tho
rioiru to so Pro
brlnz it under
llerm nt of the Irish Voiiinteer organiza-
it is clcar thlt this proposal to throw
the country into turma .and to
consented in a dismomberment of Ira-
lan , which could be made permanent
a him to
it sat p rar . He was now
prepared to risk another disruption and
noniint-cs srrr admitted
simply so his nominees, and without Cir
. r. Rnriinnnd, addressing a hody oi
lrlsli Volunteers on last Sundiar. has
now announrrd ior th- Irish volunteers
is noiiry and programme rundanzentaliy
at varianre with in
and accepted aims and pledges
or n his uornlueea. ars. oi course. iden-
tinsd. He has declared he i
duty oi the, Irish Volunteer: to take for-
eign service under a government which
is not a mads this a -
nouncsm without onnsulting the Pro
ionai conirrilltee. t s volunteers
themselves, or the would or Ireland. to
service alone they are devoted.
'Ing thus disregarded the Irish
volunteers and their solemn engage-
rnsnts, litr. is mood is no longer enr
nine "representative men
parts of the rounrr-.
lltled to ct on the provisional Com-
Inlttee. accordingly cease iienceforlia to
hsions In that body. Ind irons this data
until the holding oi an Iris volunteer
convention the provisional committee
consists of th s only whom it com-
prised more the admission or air. nod.
mondrs nominees. .
the next meeting or the Provisional
committee we shall propose:
1.-To call a Convention or Irish vol-
unteers tor Wt-dneld November 25.
tell, this anniversary or the lnsugur-l
meeting or the Irish volunteers in Dub-
2.-To reamrm. without ousliiloatloo.
tho rnaniiesto proposed end edovted -1
the inaugural meetin . ‘
o oppose any diminution or the
measure oi Irish self-government which
The ilgnltortu to this Itaibmenl are
Ameriu prevents him trons being a
aigruiorr nil .
(Signed). Eolp ilsrxsill. chairman
Protlelonal Comm e. L
ghaiiis. Treasure omas . -
Donngh. Jose to Plunkett. Plaras
Beitsial Michael .i. Judge, i>strr Pull
. at en. ex-Al .: ean llae niobuln.
F. ii. Pearse. Padraio 0’RIAln. Bui-
us o'conchuiihaiy, Liam liieiio-vs; L.
Colin o'Lovhialnn. Liam l.'a Gouda.
et r white.
it Kiidare St., Dublin.
September 1'4. iftll.
PEACE SUNDAY III NEW innit."
Prayers for Universal Peace in
the Churches of All Denomina-
tions-Gardinal Paris Says
There Is No Culture Without
Christianity - Monsignor Mc-
Quirl-I Says Descendants of
Those, Who Burned John at
Art: at Stake Are Loudest in
Tlleir Dellullciatioii of Burning
oi’ Rliaims Gatheilrai-Father
O'Connor Says Good Will Be-
tltions Cannot Be
Brought About by Temples of
Granite and Marble.
Pears Sunday-Orlobkr 1-II nut and
zone. “'l.lBi. had been Accomplished til
bring In In end the Iwful war, which
I devastating the fairest portions of
manhood.‘ it must be reluctantly ad.
mltled that all the sermons and ls:-lures,
delivered on last Sunday, have railed in
their purpose and that hrrwlll not
have the euel-t oi short-ning the dura-
n oi the tier h e day,
eiace Su II! proclaimed by
President Wilson it is not cerutn
whether it was mpted to Lake t
Ice Society. Vl‘l:stM'er
prompted hi! Iftlan, the day‘ was gF,ll-
srsfly ohserysd to the churches ct all
deliominlilona. II well AI In the xylnr
go 06!. I
While It is generally believed that the
Pelee Soriety wna behind the provlnmla
ace. and the literature supplied hy
Carnegie‘: 311,600,000 bureau Ila not
utilized to a
d continue until tbs belching! of
Chrfut would he observed by lil ullionsl
When this han y luau would prevail,
greed and rspsoioy would disappear, ani
rl a world observing the wo
stow ,undenerv praise on England-
tha hlrlot of the AW I Out!
this small Anginmaniac coterls thsrs was
no Attempt to whitewuh infnmy or to
ignou the leddonl of history.
It would be impossible to (IV: even a
brief outline of the E
dellvemd on peace
churches throuthollt. the city.
zregationa against the sedulousiy cirr
cuiated accounts or alleged outrages by
the Germans against priests. nuns a
row exists as a Sutuln on pane catholic churches. They also pointed
which would not now have reached that out that religion I not an issue in the
SM, 1,... yo, ins Irish Volunleers. )mr, and not to iorget that the Clthollr
.-rs rsoudiaie any undertaking, by
Ihnmaoever liven. I I: out to I
,.is oi lre.-land is allowed to exist.
to demand that the present no-
"... or governing Ireland tlirouzu Dim
(Int outrawi "' “‘””'“-
-Church has brought Ibuut this state
popuystlon oi the ual Alliance was in
excess or that or the countries l':olIInris-
in: the Triple Erlienie and their Illlea.
cardinal Farley. speaking to an im-
mense lhrong It the Cntlledrnl. Aaid:
"When iilil vernmenl in
France sought i hind the hands and
lost o the ,
It tiers that would deprive them oi their
rights as civil subjprls
Pope plus and, imreling at his feet.
sought hint to guide them and to aid
out the Pontlfl could grant thrvn ho
tsrnooral more. He oi orever. give
power he possesssd-that
or freedom troni the yoke or France. He
told them to arise and to north hungry
nd nornslrss into the world in s arch
o: new homes.
"l>le,edleosnen or the counsel. at the
stislrs. and henrsiorsard lrrancs and
tha other countries oi Europe will resi-
d that A Nlllonl ‘
;l‘e(ti‘:ui1dd!fli:i’IIl:ilil entahllaiied la la
lie lhlt there If no culture without
Chrllt Anli. ."
The Cudlnli Illa reminded hi: ileus
srs tbai Aliiirll in ins must catholic
lplilllry in Ihe sorirl.
' rt-v. xisosignor sltquirk.
r-sslor or at. Paul: church, East llrth
strc-t, said he did riot sits eredrnrr, U)
rhsrsss oi siroriiirs
Illinst one or ornrr or ins
the papers to the demolition oi the
Rheill-is cstiisdrsl, out or
tnst law oi r leiii-raiiorl
Catholic editiie ass not altogether lihs
nvotirs that called torth the cisoorsts
and oitrepsst.-d danuortstlons or this
rtzreltnlile Iuir measure. The, nheinta
Cathedral us ernrtcd at a time when
stro g n rrsnrs, it In-i
I-‘rsnee of tits past that catnollrs that
world over wished to honor and resin",
it do sris.l
the ideals or their
God-it-nrlllg ancestors. Tho vr-ry roun-
dhtlonu oi the Faith have linen uuutied
to, the pr r: or rranrs, a
they have drnarterl irorri the rrarilr
or their iathers, who left
monuments or their Fnlih as tho unsirns
Cuihcdrll lor the world to admire. Thai
dsiacsmeot or deitnlttlon or this no
dinner: denunciations o
shelling or this beautliui mediaeval
irom the pulpit oi
All Saints‘ Church a
aid that peace
uemlngly recognized this temple, and
when the Ioundera roolishiy tiatlered
themselves that Ihey had punished war.
like thunder Irom a clear sky. a g s
ted tnsrnsoires by thinking Lbal
pears was a mere matter or hrlrk and
Pure (‘Emu from God.
ENGLISH FEAR SEA TIGHT.
They Keep Their Fleet Near
Their Own Shore. Although It
Greatly Outnumbers the Ger-
y KAIIL H. Vow ll'Irr.A!n7
gfnilrd Praia Ring Correspondent.
naval base. in explaining why
I: naval battle of
not up to our lice!-About half
the size or the English jeetclo attack
and give battle on their own
continued the Count.
11 our destroyers and Iuhr
for Ihlp our Heat in the equal
of the British. I believe tiul. whatever
ma happen to our ileet it will give an
7' the hope that we will Aturli them in
X2 Ir wuteru, Ir
th Ir tavor. you know
HoenI'pl’n Llilce limos!
mmllh of the Thnmu."
"How long do you think
Inst?" U11‘ Count TAI like
"God knoI’d.I don'L The English an
that It will he I long way and Inn! Iheir
Advantage I'll] increase with its durm
ilorl," replied the count --it mm
velop into I long. bitter Itruxgle be<
tween Germ rt)‘ Illd England utter
France and RiIh5iITII’6 exiuudle .
be expected to Ink in
st v irli Germany
Iile. war will
iirat to feel this Anv-how Gcrniariy has
It the present time no reason for die
pressiorl.” " ‘
est naval Power in the world. And I "W "’ ‘”" """“"'""= "In-I to moriil
Lt-iiertt ahsolutsly that the urn 5EWll‘ft' it . ll.‘ o hm! hm. suyrmto
themselves take surh an outcome into arm
ENGLAND LETS SOLDIERS’ FAMILIES STARVE
"loiln Bull," The Most intensely English Of All British Papers, Makes
Weekly Exposures 0! Gross Neglect By The War Office And The Prince
Of WaIes‘s Fund-Indifference Arid Red Tape Characterize The
Ofnciais While Helpless Women And Children Suffer-Cases
Cited Ara Selected From Larg
2 Number And Are All Typic-
,1l- That Is The Howard Which Redmond Oilers Tu
‘ Irisilmen He Would Send To Fight For The Empire.‘-
The Irish n-or-is In all uwure or the
rats that awaits ins broken down Brit-
irlr riidier. onen he in no longer anls
to right. its has the proud nrivllcgs oi
‘I-rgglng from door to door or dying In
the jmrlrllolme. (‘ilnrlt-ii Klctrham. in
his sltunic, hut imrnnrtsi nallsd, Pnlv
rut snrrlnrn " telltt a Miory that ever)‘
not broken down lcngiiuinnsn so.
are no longer good fond ior powder are
match in nrerisoly tho asnro way. The
aritcr a y
Arena in tho llret-In or nuulin when he
wououtrd Highlanders, were sent to want
the ntrctll and tell stoma or heroions to
I-dmiiinl groups or boys. in order to
alrnrulato recruiting. but they met with
Poor nucreu. “'hIle this oirort was
lzolng on three English sailors, all
wounded and all fine looitiog mcn.
ed in suolir-aa wnits duck. and in may
have led. walked through the streets
droning out a crude song which began
"Xow, British tars. be rrady and make
And no not rsr-awn, tor br
When a crowd rlliiered they would
rs tor psoni-s and
wrilsr uw hi!
dlnra or ilnnirn put something into
one. or the runs. with that remark: -
apler at the
Ywlrrlhnrdmenl oi Bot-narsund. and one ht
them has his toes iroalhltten. r
a day (or a in months and then had
to beg on the streets
always treats (ha men
who oght (or it, ii they are not shin to
: aro treated tits
The lrlilh poor Law cuars
iffnnl arr now sugared in providing in
urn gush is cabled to the American
Here is ens week’: list or cases oi
only selected ones whirh arr typical or
ins w ole:
1! lure: in wear pleasure to my ilioi
-ilrorrir. to In: om-yous mponrr of
our mum to our uppml-we liars tern
so lzharipg. ‘hen-
assr aha can get a Job. she is. or nurse.
nsr ti. - ich oros
assistance until this war oilics rsmlt
her sorra nss. .
ii (iulilhur. who enlIsted,I'hen his
master railed on the uuihreair or hostili-
ties. left his sits in the conddeot exr
pcclatioh that and (mild rely upon the
due rscsint ofvlha Ieplrntion allossors.
He has now been Il'ly (our "EOIKI. but
not a nanny has been received from the
war oirlre or the Prince‘: hind. The
use is made the more urgent hy the
flalzt that she is sheltering a sister, who
rsiuse to take back.
I-ed: Ire have rent (I are en-
dravoring to arrange for the girl (the
is only lsi to be looked aiter until her
lmutlla is over.
The rather or thres children-a can-
adian-ha only is n in this country
I than line when owing to the wit‘.
h lost is employment. I-is prompuy
s anticipating that his will:
ahia t it e orne in:
or the Government ailnwan . The
found. however, that befurs
And children handing it: receipt.
widow has six oops serving with
the colors, tour or whom used to
have given )1 r S? Ind Ire tn-
iieavoring to ohlain for her relief from
the great iund which the public have
An “unolIlriai" wlie has six rhildren.
Illa younger-t are months
Ioldier can do is to leave her hallrply,
nlmqly. 3I. Ed. I week.
A distract-d Kentlsh 'ro-ro mother.
with two ehtldrrh esunot ontain tha
separation allowance due to her I
meet at her husband
man's halt-pay not having been receiv.
edl when we up! her it We hops lhil
will enable her to exllt until the re-
celves her due.
soothe! assert-istn wire, leit vr
four wee . She. too. Illa received noth-
ing from the luikorltielao we hlvn
rorrrardsd :2. ,
now woman. with three sons in the
Denpr. We have
had plelaurc In sending her 12.
In Itllnchesler there II I widowed
mother with two lids I! the lm . She,
ilu rsrelred a few shillings irorn one
or them. out can get nothing trons soy
omrial tunrl-so We oars given her :1.
A stirliug woman, whose hushand is
serving with our cavalry,
Fund. We III e Accordingly sent her
frho wire or one or our gallant sailors
who lost their lives in the sinking o
srnountl irnru the Admiralty Meantime
s is sent her :2 tor inluedlasta
A prosncrtirc mtithcr-the wire or .
l Rtstlrvisi-thratl h
in is in very urgcr-t
used or help We oars sent ti.
A.carnhsrsr.ll married man. who hurl
been out or sorts for some months. en.
listed. its lert a wire and child who
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