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The Gaelic American - Vol. XI, No. 52, December 26, 1914, Whole Number 589.
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The Gaelic American - Vol. XI, No. 52, December 26, 1914, Whole Number 589.
1 March 2014
New York [N.Y.] : Gaelic American Pub. Co.
Joseph McGarrity Newspaper Collection
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- other reporter had previously. in verse on-I ll ‘Vol. XL; No. 52. Whole No. 539. i NTSW YORK;.DECEM.BEB. 26, 1914. I-.-o-..eoru.au. norm. oer... ....m.ro-ioisoent -nor.-1-.s.v. no--nunoicougruouuurbnrorg A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF IRISH INDEPENDENCE-, IRISH LITERATURE AND THE iIil'I'EBES'iS OI‘ THE IRISH RACE. ' ' ‘ PRICE FIVE CENTS. NEWSPAPERS CONSPIRE T0 PROVOKE A Rl0T Procnre A Band or Thugs To lllakt Ditlnrllnnte At Irish Volunteer ltleeling. But The ‘ llireil Man Were Ciiwcd And The Ruffian Papers Then Lied Shamelessly in Their Reports-Deniiilnce As Anarchists The lllen Who Preserved Tile Peace Which Tliey Attempted TQDisinrh-Tlle“lferalll,” ‘;Trihune," “Tiines.” “Press” and ’ "Sun" in The lllsgraoefnl Plutrhlnsl iscrcdilaliie Work Ever Dnile By 3 ‘ The Press Anywllere, Revealing The lliiilly Man is A Menace To - ‘ Pllhlic Oriler-All Done for England-Whn’Paiil The Bill? M The notion at nearly all the lien York in connection uder toe nuslzloes or the lrisb Volunteer Fund couuui ‘ ‘ is Garden on -Thursday evening, 17. snowed eleoi-ly nod beyond the 1-, rulerlying the news or the day. The entered into or con d most imrliidently and shamelessly in their reports o i To be sliociilc, the papal: invnlveti id elldentiy in combination were the Ilcnild. the Tribune, the Times, the Press nd the E ii. The at and the Aiilcn'oim sltvo no report or the meet- L-lg. so they run only be accused or BUD‘ sing the Whether all or them niltideii of it before the meeting opened. ' h ll: and wrote their reports with ’ the 'oreerrange lilan there is positive and nnii‘nP%ach- e evidence to rave. - The chief lnstrunienl in the Pin! to llrenir up the meeting was a (eliow with -the Irish name or Sheridan which he - is as. who zaiivto-Zneed tho 0 this fellow anti by the ‘line him there wngdhmonstrnted by their silly llelier that en.lrlsh meeting co be broken iii! the rum nyfwiih whole skins. when round that the‘ nslnine scheme bed ruli- en through, that the soon who was iild menus I that n E to E8)’ and feswd entire ayinpathy Wlih thn 0b]erll' or the meeting, tbe,r-union reporter who 3 to have "oiug ed.tile donlurd,s.n- arciilsts“ sont tor police protection end 9 te W h e collie!-iJPt lrlshninn who TIIPWVU a shunt, kept silent on the rnutter un l after the meeting. ‘ v rho snnount-eriiont or the purpose to break up the ii-ieeiinz was made to the outset or to mee 5 He 51-- ijnrtly thet there were it hundred men in. the hall to do the Job and pointed cut some of them to his colleugues. And tum, - in netordoneo t o glerurue it b bud Innoullced. u man stood on nn nsir amen L kin neer one el tr‘. tbo pietiorm where they could better in, which they sunliosed t wblcu did mt, net-suse the hired tours bud funk- Tbere Sheridan showed his revol- recess was going non- bir iellows. described .1 s "n'nnt:k or ilmlned on- M We “ET; all. went more in- I l . linstilse roll-it. Their Iiluslone io.tbe . - dvocntlog 33532. IT: lubor iroiiblet; nud-eiii7“5“'3K ‘the none that New Yhr‘ would bu ’lne WA! guilty out w s sold to he the men who represented the Tfibllrnc ll H10 VOilll'll9$l'5' ll'i8cliI'l5' In W D with equal illilbilliicilte in bi] T990". Of [hilt gathering. ' . run 1:i(L'Gs in: l hen sboridnn yrho llnd naked t Anni: no Ac: ii 2 .= .. x 2 .&E';'‘ :1: us or ; 3; at . o 3 C the i’ rm and ISK his an lion ere The Yellow whelled to John Gill. I am ' 2 to know. for protection , - il . It the hall din- e 1 undrerl men in who had coma there to make a ll volunteers present. and if it Lind been known that Sheridan had B revalver and had tbrbnttened to use IL it would one been taken mm mm s o he would bsvo been bended over to the police. i Au‘ ' .. ... VA SHOUIKI I'D! IINGLAIHL Lode, ole given by the me who started the trouble by hsklns Lur- a dlatlnrtively. Liverpool ldloliif. All 0! Ihlch lumen uoes sol-erei warrnlsed in Liv-er-pool, at onre reeds- .ed. in oonveruu on w b Lnrkin be told him be linenfhinr in Liverpool. yr-t the next any be relied up Tun mi-r.ro AllERVl'AN on tho. telopl-one and. in reply to questions. said he bud never Liverpool in his lire. He won nloo recognized the nrooleni be nlnod un us one or the nbouovra ror England in rroni oi the Tribune bulletin board the more who moguir him in several E. <2 bi . -. , POWE‘Lb'B' 'STATl.:liIE1‘v'7'. occurred It the press table. lnnde-by n reported the meet- ior Trio Gnutu A1lmllcAlv'Ind who us not lrnown to’ sheridnn while be was “iiliooting oir his nrouthf and giving any the plat: "When took my root nt the pm! table the rrprosentnilve ol the City News Association and two other report- ers were nireudy dented. immediately llie‘City Rev-s reporter rounded to be others that. there wee going to be u row. suid ,do think so-not nt this its replied exrllelily, ‘Yes. I know that there Ire I the hall to nu row on be again told the rnriortera be in u position to curb the distlxrbanra it the start. ‘ - “SIlbbeqlleni.ly; while seated st tho press table - Il'd the Tribune .re- porler. who wee mentioned as the nu- tnor or the story tin which Mr. inmes Ltlrkln w e renretonted no insulting til Amt-rli-en ring. ‘uk the City News repartefvvihalv they were to do with tho oil.-:3. nicunilig. I presurile, in what manner they were to treat it. -The City Xewii rel10rici" replied, "The word is- linnrk it.’ ' --when lir, Lnrlrin bud Hhlslii=d.hlll rureoil o min in the right wing or the . > , A more utrorious Ila wee, l:::=:dl::::tetl. nod the reporter‘ who lihll emodun to lsk e qtirrsilon. , -rois wet the nlznaiinr the Clly News re Durter in turn in (ha utherl Ind III: e on-ll’: on I revolver oouy puller uhirii they land hurriedly is sub ed up an inning, the city News reporter remnrhlng, ‘Not yet, wnit while.‘ lie expressed Iiirprlnie ntren be en rcnorler turned to the other. Ind nnld. o sit coitsinble and sold him it called I Ineclll r n it you didn't put that fellow out i‘ll e. olus hi i ha gun here in my pocket (Again he put ll hnnd in his hi ill Bcfnre leav- '- trr Professor Kuno hleycr bod do- livered bio nddroso, one or the reporters nddresled the other. Ind said: ‘Now, i wont to tell you. boys. that Kunn iieyer ii the greatest. sseiie. s r in Hm-nrd. I nude it in-rroctiy rlrsrio them that or. - Ll'I.vz7 REPORTS or THE MEl;‘Tlh'G. Every paper in New York which re- rorted the meeting on irl-iduy nlornlns -rtlle’ Herald. Timer, man Ind‘ Pl‘rna--dellbarntoly Ind nhntly misstated the rerie‘ m e :- hhe to o 0 at I reuse the nil-clings sent create it were carved by the determined nttiturle o( the whole Indi- rect. order rtors, doubtless be)'lng'urdera, distorted the (Iris 0! the meeting and described the Irllon or one man. which he hlinselr described or. irlendly to the allied: or (Yin nine!- ‘r L” This untrullliul Ind srnlldnloill conduct is lyplrll. All irlsil eetln ' i‘ Anglonlnlllkr. editors disapprove ire lriisdt-scribed in at we - 5‘ E E‘- > nd the irony out III. is inst the two German pnpere, the Moat:-Zeirunl Ind the Herald. bad no repo Pi‘ their own there, but I'9i‘O llipvlled with the City News zisoooiuuon stun written hy the ‘ lllllilllguilrd ‘woo went ‘to the meeting to create I raw and diarred I. ll. 9. nthvr Il‘pnrlPr>l “Die Wnrlil. nul 1-lllber Ir-s line had Ilrenily done when Rhelll T A one at “I! re- rloed in, ‘ports I: I [rent big mun. He in. on lhl , . g . . - . r . i V ' tontrlry, I small Bllll, Ind ha merely tinned tho rumln re orter. ‘visa ‘in 1 tr urnbllnrd Ind told him to behave him- itelf. -rill: Jim on lluxo utsrtg. But the trentnient or Kuno hleyer us the roost Iundllonl ex-er ncoorded till nxleet-h fmu-i nlnniitscrim whlc otlerurds bended down DIAL (ho greet Cbliic Ichnlll‘ in I raise position Ina lllzy ere deimnlned to ken-in him (litre, ' - The Ictunl [It'll Ire lhr-lc Kuno Meyer nu invited to deliver . lecture on ‘Celtic Lnnlunse Ind Lliil’IlIli'e It limurd Unlrurhilly. In be hit Ilreiady Elven one It Columhii. Ila sent to s it brwarl-i I neuirnlltr. the in- vltution to It-ciul-e in llurvnrd w w h- an I. he lit-vlnpIp0rI Ill ultrrod Inmo Mryv,-r'r ltrilcmuit no In to mulie I'll In Advance copy o mire wiiivtl no iIltI'Ildn44l to de- liver nt llurvnrd thni. he had sent to his i'l-lend them and that ii win in Hunt lecture that rruident Lowril Inn 9 . :7 intended to piece Kuno Meyer in on He. ut is light und to rave Preli- rlrinny to In I nut M to deliver I lecture in l<ildrvIl'd ich has Inlda I lifl stud)’. It It President Lo-ell who r held In: Kuno Meyer to the public is In imprudent lien. , ' ' . do De<-ember Ind . I ‘IS a Sun of Dereinber 15, hld edilnrilih condemning Kuno Meyer for I thing nd which t e ; In =- =- o a. :1. st F. n, o - w o I: not erlrsn. in ever rt-lerrlnx to men (I Gorninu citizen: II "h)'Dhl'nIlQi‘i Ainerirails. no world. (reqiimtly north the lame thing. And yet. some or e men in rharge or Mr. Pulluo it-bier t‘tll7Il'LnlunLl Ire Englishman who have not yrt (Alien out Ihnil‘ nntilrnlluitlon ivniwi-I ruld prolnllly error wll. They no umiy Ill. both on the sow Ind the Wnrld, 0' military 9 do at the front In in tr ..-t oriumuoionl was rbe burned down. uni (oi-grry. no not or husoness or Irhlrh no d t netnplper would be guilty. Larkln has reputedly Ind rsiegorlcully rontrndlrlermi, und nu token the necur nu , to aelillre rvdresn Ind viudicntion in a court of Inn’. Tel. l uerilrd by. not onlv the Tribune rk Dh- try to gel him dvporied Ind the n’SD0lI- slblllty ror the Tribune‘. rorgery will he oluuui on the proper Iihouldiirn. 'imca renor or t e 'rel-me urn serve the Union Ihlle Enrlund was do in: htr litmus! to destroy it In Intlv t-rlun. un-Amorlrln. or inciting in nmyipr rosvvft tor the vnitee sum, (Continued on PM I. 5 n boxu u very b nt ubblilliu , ror jlnzle called ‘lime to the If! of (ion 0nPu' Ag.-ll . C0.I.'ldF Lxrklri. laid‘ lliln pnvet‘ hu built llr. l.nr‘t.io snid: pilrpthua tonight is mens- and Wanton in Irelnn or the so: old. ‘To-dl tri do a not concerned ‘lril fame ht-re mo? Y The meeting held It Terrnre or the . aw n 2.‘ E 2 3 L reel in the hell. in tho genuine and intelligent crowd. w o rludod nlnny llrolnincnt men. n it rh in owning Ihe meet. ing. rantuiting himself with saying llnl when it I I VIIRYCQ Ind then. in Lhe ‘r ‘ -snot plnyed at‘ , he o-oer‘-l-blob prlnled this do liberate lnllehood ll an: of (lion: Iklrh 2 - Banner," us the Noilonnl Anthem r " lb “God sue the King.‘ The KIVCI! II [Phil All Oflllbfi 3.! "A KI‘ nu - u.iriu.x' or LARK Tl‘! rhnirmali, in lliltudurlng 1311125 i ilnow tilit by‘tilir lime lir. t..ri.iu wllll known to every one in this nudience. but in order out Ire Mail I -d by the British cow-rnntcni. Although lillnreascd it his lm-’u kind mmlgh to rend vihlrlt us ruliilsbod hrkire the ordr-r he Wurlng or the crown." JAMES LAR.KIN'S APPEAL.‘ Mr Chalrlnnn. women - V hour: it over our hand: it my be tout lbe men 11 will through their baptism of tire. the Jill I! We Ire flcllls Thins: ere happening tocinr u Ind wonlnn GREAT lRlSlllllEETlNli'lN TERRACE GARDEN New York loitinletr Fnili isso.:iiih'on lloiils Spleiiiid Rally Ani Defeats Cnnlhineil Effort (ii The Eilgl h llirelings Who Run The Daily Papersio Disrupt li- Onipiiiiring 0f The Best Irish Peilple in The City Listens To Siirriiig - Speeches Arraigning-Englnnfs Policy Of lleyrenion ln Ireland ‘ Anil Warning The Remani Irish Leaders Thai Their Felon- Stiling is A lllrigcriiiis Eadie For Mich They Will Be held Ai::iiiiilinhli‘.. Gnrdrn Ya ve Ind moi a non! M pnssln men: inc-lng I renl lune, Big us [live pr that the world in now ronrerned lllh. ihll problem that we or the Irish blood bnve xai to rare in more rlul. We have rut our eye: and he'arL1 e at the west. we here im nnythlng rlsb. 3‘ 3 us is one Ind insure utmost faul- lniustlro, or rlghl Igllnrt nla they leave this hall toulnht the tire or dieronwrt and determination. i have gone about nlnongst the neo- me here: I hurt spoken in on the streets. [ think that re l E o : they in hot Ind tail lhenllelves by thin title the rims, who Ii-riled lite on ".,.,i’I,,s;'”f..i'io533‘lf’o.i75 """ y "‘“ "9" one pin to ror s. Ind w b r In "1"?" “mt ‘”“' ”" ‘“‘”““' "“‘“ ti e to devote to dances and orrildtlr in; on and singing it in chorus. bad the H M" M to my Hg 0 In my """’.”"“".“‘ " “' "“ “m e in to do rnetbnr -but .5. lhlt the nudionr-o did not no bonor it He mmrum mu: mom” H ‘um it not. then we rcalite aaearlrve en’;-wod.i,r- Government. Elwin no hope or smou- bood. despise the dud and rtiert l w mbcting in this (‘its in..- other night. and l berrd [hr-m tnl e Ind talking’, end-tul n e lrisre’ IArkin d of iiillor Thoma! J. Nnian. uulorlty of them noro Iii Th The air ilcld lini- 5‘ -v H .-n is - rl r 9rIli',l' nl iha ('Y(‘lifd Qlliird down Int! l‘. Dl"ot‘ei‘ded.] . i use tolling 3-all about IHs mrr-iln: - ‘ . mexbincx-ui interruption curl run-y. i this grunt continent. and toe only ting rhnt l Ivor nald rewi- I rrilor ilial is im :- ' er of lhul nmiius not we were to r ..t mood or on ltohesi men under-dole or S-vlrrmlwr 19. 1 your , H .. r:’nn itgl-re it .::l‘ili’ID m.eR.e“d‘f - 01M’? “W! "Ad. ''‘''!‘‘1‘ In honest man than we-no el-urie. Iirllioli in the same vlnnrous 4 , hm, "0 “gm N M oirnlu In the rrtlrlrs wnlrn. rs h, ‘ .0," mm 8‘ MSW” "I'll? 5"" Y ''0d““‘d "' '"'- ‘-'“"" ebouid be in stand -llhitile men who A-min in. lie than rolled on Mr. Iar 1“ "5 9mm me (0 “'I- “'0 “I KW" 'l‘“" ' ‘Wm end use -belb-r he is right or liliethnr so liters. Oi nrrhestrn the biovlrgooound norir. to in-trod bone sud timer, and the right rsolves." on that promise. than John E. Redmond is right end -r e o nun with (hair nluuths und in their henna when dealing with the lriell o II‘. N - T‘ . God known 1 Iolliii never ho in M16 KYIVO. b um odd . soaking in the iiir. Aeouito said: but who live in nil oilr House of Conlinnriu “No. vre unilot cell cannot errord to ortond the dellmtic stir reptlbilliifs oi the rhlagenisn in Iilvri l 0 t -been tor any neuron of lreloue when we est-..lor treedorn, or Ulster-imagine. tho. dellcrita silaveptl- vi lite Orangemen l V 7? ,--...