Vol. XL, No. 43. Whole No, 530,
The light to prevent John lit-rlnrond,
John Dillon, '1'. P. O'Connor and rims‘ mi
when Redmond gave his pledge to Hang-
lend that Ireland. In lelilrn Iur a vio
Ilie" has on tr
poneilg until the Government that matte
the promise will n ur or I.
dun; down u challenge o the runnhood
of lrelan . which was promptly taken
ilnlial Volurliclers. That has tietn tzketl
from h ur and he is now sitting des-
I-crateiy to l‘e(‘0i' r a semhihnce or what
he has airea y that.
His attempt to induce the Volunteers
to enlist In the British army lII‘It‘I go to
sliddenly null uninvited and made a
WIIICII hagrnntly violated all that
lulu governing the torce times its
fuiinllntinn Ind urged the men to so to
the tram... He in . I , .
> "wiciklaw Volunteers, in spite of the
‘pcaoeiul hanplneesnnd seauty bins
Iteno In which We slind. remember this
countr'y at this mom:-tit In in 3 state of
is a duty. more than that at tnklrlz care
thlt Ir‘I II II
i':cid at war. as It
itaeli in the put.
land as a whole are at stake in this
"This war is undertaken in deienoe
[hatch to our man on . and
or the lessons oi-her history. it young
lnahmen eoniine their acts Ire
u-aialng t horoa to dsiend the an res
or 1,91. Ilkelv invasion
ireedonr and religion In this war.
en attempt to set the
Russia are lighting tor the interests or
rcIi[tori. ireedom and morality In this
The lrroyislonal Committee at the
Hill volunteers at onoe took up
avert-n.i.,.i.,, majority, only two Wm"
1- s‘ rnunhronrn conrnau 5-
H-eciaiiy to help Redmollds
I'l9Ltiina or other: declarlnz W 9”“
REDIIIOND IS FIGHTING IN THE LAST DITCII.
The Struggle For Control [If The Volunteers Precipitated By Ilis Bctrhynl 0f Ireland
7 Must End In Iiis Dverttirow-The hliillhotid 0f Ireland ls Against Iiiin, But II:
Is Backed By The British Government And All The Corrupt Elements In
Irish Life-Mislisiog ltlolley Collected In America For Iionic Iillle.
Ite Is Making A Desperate Effort To Destroy The National
Cause-rllcserted Dy Ilany Followers In Ireland And
Traitor. All the large cities and many
at the smaller luvlns and a aurprislngly
or Dublin and the men
ng hy Redmond there is
not one chips that has declared in iavor
o! Irlntinlt-It enlisting in the British
one or the strongest cndoraenlcnv.-i the
I".oVI!I0lIaI Committee has received was
contained in the following letter rroru
er. Re ‘ . . -. . .
Carrlcknlacrosa, County Monaghan
"St. .Iosizph'p. CII‘I‘IL'IsD‘tBl’I‘l)Isl.
"Drhr .llr. Ilacxe-ill-I neariliye ion-
or he 24th inst. For your clearing the
all not only inr Ireland. ut ior America
h your pulilit: declaration that you no
longer admit Mr. Redmond'a nominees
and act on the Committee.’ This
action or youra clears the air both here
manifest. runny might c
dent. but to dc-lay any longer in periorni.
ing your hounden dut
o e v iuntecrs xnd t ason to lro
la Had hon molded this duty win
would the in h ce I America say
of such neglect or duty and or such want
of ndolity. and what would or might he
said at home in Ireland-ronrs very llnv
e 4 Rev, ‘tn Mlicxi .l=., v.(;.
. -I consider that lilc. nodrnond
d his irienda are alienating Ircllll them
the lather-s and mothers and sons and
daughters or Ireland, and their innu-
ence in srcat." ’
A B I I. pm-st sent the iollonlns
telegram to Eoin hlacxelll: ,
Belfast-"A thousand thanks torlour
inanly and courageous act. when Ha
Rule is a ‘Fatt lccunlI)II' it will be mu:
y iirst meeting or the
committee the adhesion: began to calm
in. Here In the list at the lirat meet-
Llrernaol nattalion lnsh volunteers
---congratulate action or orIE' ‘-1 Com-
Izilttee In rclnida ng Redlllond! lib
tics. Stand tlrrll tor Irei d"
late Provisional committee on their in.
Gorey corps .- "Hearty caiisfiulli‘
Nuw the air is clear."
1'iil‘i'-<"’I"ltret= thousand King‘; County
and Tipperary volunteers and iollonern
action i7I Pravlnional
at Etlew Ilerc yoaterda staunch AIIIL
porters Provisional committee nianlres
to. I-‘ iced iieritiratlon rrorn reviewing
oiiicers voluntcors ihr Ireland's rervl--e
choisloun - "Headq'I3f‘9"3 Cn-
saltoe Roginiciit endorse .‘0““ ,“”0“5
delighted have old committee at Head-
q:lartera- ‘also. See.”
Dingle--Dingle volunteers horrtlly
support attitude taken by Provisional
v .. - “SIIgt1 volunteers apl-me
corlr- 0 Executive tfnnrmlttee ol
m, Cork City cor-pa at its usual weekly
meeting on Saturday night 9355 "'=
- I re on their issuing a nlanlfeslv
II’ xtord - “Heztrtlesi
5 Emiftiiitlons one splendid nranliesto.
ozgaritln slhh so l=IT- ‘7‘“‘““‘ “
l . ..
Etlglzhsloilxh, county liiooazll-n- ‘EOWI
rnan. hlutxeiil. pout II F ” -“"9
tenths oi Ireland at your ha“-
The same ra oi
"" “W ioten e t it
"5 “hung (or me” “air the countr)‘.
‘ NEW YORK, OCTOBER 24, 1914
t-ylng to destroy the nltlolill spirit!
Ionri in setting few rr-cruirs in Ireland.
seoctateri Presn Ilmixlnli .. iew tin)!
ago admitted that Rt-<IrtloiIt1'ia power we:
urlng ruhierted in a my mere
A Chicago holly Xrlrt despnirn
Llldertook in more that Redmond still
And the New York son had a Itlly take
0 armed voluutrern in lway
rorn an unarnrod uroh and a
9 minded II‘!!!
when gun" irom a voi-
Iinteer and usln It as a club diaiierstnx
tho whole crowd. All thin Is to discour-
arc Irish-Anlertchii llippon o
llnional committee and to demtve the
lsnrcrlcnn peopl .
The last Inks, puhllahr-d tut Tuesday
nus alrout n "rnnrilmoilt Irlnh meeting"
held in London to endomo llednrond and
course, I o it ee
minutes when T. P O'Connor in his
silcprh said: '
T e old icud between l-Jnaland and
IIFIRYIII Ia louver ended
or nation once a
n a scrap paper.
hut on a inundation hehind vrliIi:h stan
Iler in.IIIIol.u oi the hrlilsh race
The very wording or this speech, nar-
trculnrly tha allusion to “tho El-ttislz
rm," shows that it Ira: addmsaa to
English ray Pay, or course, In
the tongue in his check when he mid
the Englishmen that “Ireland will aired
I:-I on long alter Thy Pay'lI corpse has
u-oulclered to clay an
n nation nln
hcalen In this war and duprlvcd or her)
a IHQQCIIOG are I
throw dust in the eyea or the ouullde
. and above all. to dlaguat Irish-
hc.v may ILO ants
the irish Vnllin-I
a is an
rrrllilng money to arm
in tho Itednionilite palms and cables’
to the anglou-irnlrc portion oi the Arn-
nyican press the light is a is described ]
r.- one better!) the lnrilsrireutury Pally
were loyal iniloncl a
lilloll oi lrcluni. Mail)‘ I
loinnlt-err continued to iollow IIIIII arm
vn it us his recruiting ilwrtli
a Irlllnwrrrd In
‘mix In nunlllcra. liitvy ucre only Illn
I’-avhlns ior r-rillet-ting uloncy irrnn irlali
had in-irnyrd Ireland by cohrrntlug to
the exclusion or [ls-ier. Their inner
rlilg. which calls itsrlr lha lrl>n "a-
lihnul Hralhorlioo-i. sr-ut Rt-lililnnrl a
culriograur congratulating him on his
"Ilonm Rillr tlitnry" ailcr ho hui lllulla
that iulnl rnuccaslon. But
Rilsh an null-urut or use
I-lr.h p-opic ln Alnerlc-I over Rt-drnoud‘a
rruauruptlou or the role or C ilci Ill-triillv
lug normunt ior Euglan-l inst lhcuo nrcn
; drwolled him. 'l in a low
a cimrlnr dc-
iunlocing and repudtsting htrll.
rare noon the hatkbnlle or the
inilcd irtrn League all IIMIK. lta lard
trap in Anmlcu not now lnarri cut ironi
Thu Iritih t'.'ulId continues its denun-
riilttnri or Mr nlnnd'i! ro--rulrlng imllrv,
r Itiin lw-ping up the rain or prr-in
In; that the conlidenrc rhino that Iran
Ivren played in London In a sallsiaclory
trtilimlrril on e
alaaln ht-en total
to R-dlliarld r-rioui1"Ii'ig allcgiancu In
Bill the moat cruel hlow oi all In
lprlavarnnrl or lttlclllel J. Ryan.
Preitriliit. or the called Irish League 0!
Ilr, nhlle his leader in lmplarinx man-
man to hhwl their blood tor England on
the hnltlrllelds or l-‘ranre.
d ni Redd-and as a nnltiirlil
leader in in right. Even the old logic:
or the Firm Law Boards and District
Counnils in Ireland who are vztahIriK
s trons is I‘ no re
turned lrrlm lrcland a rear dau Mo int
n ch tl'rIt4tI(‘ expo an on the
“put his font in It." vary
the)‘ raid. "lie d h
the good or the cotlntry." so (ht-y
plant. Inm IIIE meeting and solemnly
plssctl n rualutlan Illvrovlng oi nod.
ruon "a or on. so nun with an erpcrl.
once or palm r would lit! a ahllltns on
e non-re chenroa or g tlildcr
anon cirruuuuenres. Redmond". It-1iiIel'-
nhl is ttlromod. lie hna‘cut hlh min
HIS MUST GIIAIIIUUS lilAJESIY’S FEUBIIIIIATIUN.
, The Defender Of The faith Calls tin Ilis Disloyal Irish Subjects To Stllnghtcr The
Germans, “ilk A Promise Of The Poarhause II They Snrrii:-Iitdinond To
Command The Irish Corps, IIT Strong: Dsilin And Dillon To lic Gcocrals
And The II'llolt Irish Party In Go
To The front-Triumphal Eiltr;
To Berlin To Be Made In 2347-tilld Save The King And’ I g '
' Iilirrdll For IIcdmilnd‘s lens. I
Hts Most Ural-ions .’iIlajuI)', Georgi:
I'., by the Grave ul God. King 01 Great
Britain and IIEII-ind. Emperor 07 Ind]
and Defender of ID: F Ilh, has Caused i
the following Protlaniatton to he i lied
uud nosled up throughout HI: Kingdom
af ire and:
BY THE KIN .
I A PROCLAMATIONI
. 1.7 our FGIIFIIIII lriasll Slibirrfl.
“'2 ire at. present engaged In “'Ii‘
with Dill‘ HIS! cuusln. Lh
ncestors were mi 11
his ‘man uowud
IIIQITIIGIVES. Ind ha inpl
our Glorious Empire: out our prede-
rhrona oi itugland
tnno were all German: hy birth or my
tioarcntl not or inns narrow
rulndocl. savage ltncnatoru oi yours
Til! OK! I led llld hurried
run I '98 hey Iiarvud them!
Invlallxlei ;i:rliilfh‘;IIEnR(“IlXI:Il5n 3! ‘Wk U‘
'45. And brought the toad lcrnal M
rfecd olir FrPeEorlI Erlwiin (for In-
land In England's larder then. an
tlti-Shtrll across the Allantir. and most
or thorn were t roan overboard, and
their batten Iie whitening on the hot-
I the ocean. lfo.
in Duhllu, we managed. with the aid
or our uwn scottish honlerern. to let
a who had Iny recollee on or Inc
nor: toil. know that “'e were prepnr
to clear I em out
and to spare nolther women nor on i-
dren in the clan ance.
- XOII2 OUR BRAVE IRISH. we
know that you dorrt want to he (9
minded that these men were your In-
esmru, any more than our Royal
seli do that ire are German by hlood.
waxr lilizx T9 FIGHT
THOSE csnllaxs. In we know
iroru hialory that thii Ir-tsn are a
I-‘ighunl ace, A large number or
your countrymen have horn rent to
the trout in light the G-rnrhua. THE
HI-ZBI HAVE iaicrzts: KILL-
THEY DIED can
(donttnuoc an Pain K)
A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF IRISH INDEPENDENCE, IRISH LITERATURE AND THE INTERESTS OF THE IRISH RACE. ,a
PRIUE FIVE CENTS.
WE IVOULDNTSUPPRESS IT FOR THE WORLD
Edilur Of The Landon " Bystander“ Writas A Lecture To The American Irish And
uraciollsly Informs I‘: We Are At Liberty To Publish 0r Supprrss Itkd Rare
Specimen (If English “l.idI]"e-II: Ouite lhdcrslands. You Iinnn, “IE
I‘ Irish-Ameritdli Attitude Towards The British Empire. “ But Surely
Tllat Attitude Cannot Be Iiclptd Iiy I’I.-lin M’ representation
0! Incl!"-.-And Then II: Adds A Typically British
Tttxlle 0i Misslattnltnts Of His (lull.
Tut GAEIIV Amauar haa recelred
rt letter iloln rho editor of the London
((IiIiIIlIl‘l with .lhlr
. nor an no or, thr-
lllprm-lion that he could do what he
lllcd III): the lcttcr Iitttmilt rctarti in
the writer, hut harlnit
his gr-at-tout pernrlueinn to llu I
up unit: hilnscli oi the nllillcge. i-,
pa lelnzl lug The outlet at
alllllrtlnrt at I: are cpendeur o
1 r-n the collmtire n
ly II-aorbed in the dispute over Irl.Il.i
while I naturally rczrct that Irish-
iiirn should prefer the Priiiarriln mill-
rerlst ideal oi Eilrnlleian gore-rnnrent
to that rrnrbsenitrd hy uront Britain
and F nvt. Itzywlud Ily Rustin, and
hylilllathizei III!) by orery tree
cs a Europe. I box o
to lnduence your (ciIoI'>.KnttoIiIIIh'u
my to publish this
It-tlrr-or tdalillllrcsa It as you like.
I m, yaurs Ialthfully,
i:diior or London Byxlririttc-1. i
Mi. Carter‘: oilelllng statement thll
l intended n on anuslr-s
rtrnl nollrltude tor the highest tdu ;'.:'K"“'":"’"',:::"M pm“ In 1. n 1
all n a tilt cmnnle or e an mm”. ‘ t 5
e misstatement oi the ylltn
arr-use Eilglishlhnn l-‘or. title he I ,3." A '1 "M be mu“ "m I “P?
).v:t:- hi) on llrlablr m n IM-rsonnII.‘l. mm, 1" 85m” mm b ‘
(he dttor oi the BylI7ll4 r l . t .0” nwwmmm M mi“ N
. 0 n . , ls uentro e
oi. d a on
in including hit
alliea. irom a lofty pinnacle or periec-
tion that no other human being can
ever built to reach.
an a lipical Engllahrnh.
vrheri. alter the lilamcre oi Droxhed
Ms "thanked Ih- Lord tor Irlolher
re l.l0!H:lerIlPd a re to hire
lriahnlcn. st-at linron end I-Ilndu to do
the striking not an the Eu lati-
xa lost the Virtle quilt-
lrorfridca he has
IIIFII Iilporrlly and III:
has touild hint out iakrl him It his
oun initiation and hrilciea all he an.
The roliowinir lr-rm will ahow that
d h it
‘the law chanted
upon" and that push tmpudcnce in
an cool an tr it had Itccn itcpt (or cen-
turlel an IN:
. THE laisrA.VDEIr.
Talllt Iimilse. vrhlleirlala. E I.‘..
September :3, isli.
The Editor I.iU’lIl.' Atlrluchs.
. New iollt
SII-TIIII la not intended an an
aiiuatve or even a. an argumentative
comlnunlcatioh, merely in a naieixicnt
of plain IICL
Empire, but Iurtlf
ttIIime.K'lI1not be helped by
plain nllnrepnaeutailon oi racu.
To take A Iixrtnc cue: ar
graph 2 ol the declzllllon oi the
Irish-Altierlrln societies. it it stated
that Britain ru
could totcornply Illh the terms or
the ultiiilatunt; the: Russia, England.
France and ital posed to settle
the matter by arnitratlon; that Aus-
triaoeclared war on sen-ia, tau 0!-
ier-ing Russia a direct rvvontton:
Russia ‘in h I g h Ger-
mini)‘ Donlhle to deter Germany from
proceeding to lrlr: that the WII lul-
Id the Irlr hreuuse I deliberate In-
rriugement oi Belgium: neutnlity
It by Germany, despite
the far! tilt Golmlny was one of ILI
luaranwruf . . ‘
II tbs nuns of reason on
and: I scrim (3! (RI: he dlwortvd Inw
an attach.‘ it to and on Germany
Incl Annlrh . Ailowvi-no to tell you
that In Jill’. ‘I515. Elllllnrl Ind no
more Men 11! an ttluk o ,
Ind Austria than ‘of clnlrntion to
' the moon.’ Her attention Wu antin-
clra the cot-
nr the symiadcr, ‘(hit the war be-
c Austria in ruc Lenn th t no
independent nation could swept." ‘etc.
xu. vie are not aw or any such
thing. nor II the editor or the ilyotnno.
r ' in ilr. carter.
wrote and ar-
ti I sir Edward Grey
ranged his diplomatic
II arid Austria’: ulrtnraturn to Serv
I w my an in ident thnt made
the ouuurtt rltuaii n nhl.- gave Eng-
Itinil Ihl prelext (0 carry out plans the
lsed long heen maturing.
The war is the airoct result or King
air the 'I‘r‘InTe
nmiullle old stapezucc Iind not hrtiina
enough to conceive or carry out auch
nthc-me, but he as instrument
which eHet'led the alliance.
nose or the T '
icund. Pretcxta are
nlllonl that want war. hut o
and Prince should
cornrnerce. So I-znglraa rm 1.,
in the meantime. 'In order to,Ltreng-
then herself. she sought to hurnhugtne
United stares into a practical Alliaike.
under tho misleading rorrti or m A
tour; or pure :1 --the uniy enemy in
(Ila peace at the world" which England
I1: getting ready to break.
army run in need
0! lmvm-erueot and
(Jon! led all Pu