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The Gaelic American - Vol. XV, No. 22, June 1, 1918, Whole Number 768.
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The Gaelic American - Vol. XV, No. 22, June 1, 1918, Whole Number 768.
5 March 2014
New York [N.Y.] : Gaelic American Pub. Co.
Joseph McGarrity Newspaper Collection
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lli) , - 7 r v . s Jolmilai. DEVOTED To me cause or IRISH INDEPENDENCE, IRISH LITERATURE aim rnz mrnnnsrs or TI11‘. IRISH anon. 'lloi.' zv.,' No. 22. Whole No. 768. NEW YORK, JUNE 1, 1918. tbu...daa..-mid.-u-niatnn.ori.l.l-1attis.mnnmaa at tin xottt,rl.lr..nnd.th..ats: an...-st laarehman PRICE FIVE CENTS. ENGLAND FRAMES UP A “GERMAN-IRISH PLOT.” ' Tlieilfliclal Press Bureau Puhlishesdn “Exposure” Charging The Siuu fein g Leaders In Ireland And Nationalists In America With Planning A New Insur- rection, With German Aid, Quoting Bernstorifs Alleged llespatclles About ‘The Easter Week Rebellion And Things Snid To llare (Iecurred Before The - ‘United States Entered The War, But Not one Strap 0! Evidence To Shoiv There Is Any Conspiracy llow-The Ilhject Is To Inflame American Public Opinion Against Ireland By falsehood And Base lnsinnation Published In ' The Alnericnn Press-Refuses To Produce The Testimony In Court Because '; It Would Not Stand The Test-The Country Whieli Clnims To Be Fighting l‘or.The Liberty M The Small Nations is strangling Liberty In Ireland And ‘ Wnute Amerieiini Ilelp In The Foul Work-Lloyd George Rants 0i The “‘ llim Past" While lie Ila: Ireland By The Throat In The Living Present. one lsnaliah Press Bureau ga'vs,out tho extntencn or the "plot" at the pres- ent tie. We are told that there is lame! I n between rrnau Gov- ree uld a hair years. called Fell: , a sinn Rebellion," trons their old nnd InerIdI- ,, "1 table habit of givins thins! talss nAm:dl e "' movement in A They ‘sinilily rounwsci the in: it willingly. but huviue no other responsibility. szzrlv ram AN OPEN MOVEMENT. -.,'rhs sinn Fetn orgsnimin s new in in at the w a American . people are in Ink: Eng1and‘s word ior it. . to a amp oi evidence oilered to prova that there is s plot now. Tint. both the English and American Govern ent vs be tooled by uoundl-als who nretend to hnve knowl edge d rl t with i all lh r teslinlonv. pro in court. d be easily shattered. There is even a pratty good id s as to who ehosn ra . re. tr e e will not be produced The procedure in this use to eondu vs II- nsperr by deildnatlon and assassination of character. ‘ ". ‘ ‘ ‘ " ‘I"hare is no Germnmlrlslh pin; to start an lmeurnctluri in lrelnnd, not there is n English plot to destroy ths Nltlcrnal Movement in Irelnnd ond to discredit the Irish people in America. E gland’: way or oiissiting the can listen -o to make 2. cvnnplncy and they in . nglish statement. as it s pear‘ evening papers, ' will be round below. PRESS Bl7RzAU'n “REVELA7'l0.YS" [Pram ' situation slnce the beginning oi the war. Alter the abortive Rebellion at Easter lieves dlnsrantly. it Is vef.“ In Wekk, on n s tor a Informed. But the probability is it is rsvolt in 1917. but this miscarried be. .,,,,,,1, 5 ‘ - c use he I 's enl is war. That it sin is the backbone or and Gerninnyl innltility ‘to Ieenld tlrooris ltl i to nllprang re: was :" '“;''“':;::. “;;:::.““=" ". 2...: us . . ..... .. ... . Jim" nu.“ '1 y ii ut it ollennlve in the west ‘V ‘ ml, and when Great Britain prenum n tworold purpose. to dei7YI" 01 crushing Ireland by the cl (1 e intended to inflame American public opinion. - TEE aove:1zNsrzNr-5 SINISTER ‘ . 'PL.i.v. l. The plan is to.try,the am-ted men in The II E 4 n 4 o E N E‘. .. n n. el ti whatever to any 0 "I3 M“ " rates in in nd. In not even -Ilesed mat a or them were cognizant 0‘ Lhsm d t t have my bearing on German-lrisn not i In Ireland uow. -rha in-r buhlicstion is to show to: once iavored sn insurrection in Irellnil would be lniely.to do so ego is. Not one word is quoted on show that hip and In In sad at this tints moons at oommunieatio muny Ind lreldrul. , on ass or svory lllari t'alIe<I,for the estnhlishmeot oi suhroarina oases between Ger- criminal intrigue. TEXT or This srarzuzwr. The statement trom the Press Bnrenli at P“ m pnrlk-the sriod prior 1 period sides the abortivn liou oi Euler. l 1 . "The events at the nrst period a lrlsh Rebel- be told in some detail. but ‘the second .. rurwuan ln'Ulsl.erT':" 7.... up; and the upon period. which concerns recent avents, permits or no more man a aumma as through which rnent yvae acting and which won t in Line public interest to reveal E‘! “This story hegins as early in the wsr s November 6. 1914. wh von Benintnrtl n maasag rom i- Roger Cnsemel-it (Inter captured in iro- iu d and executed) as ng t at s mes.- eenser. a native-linrn Amerinsn ii pos- sihls, to lent to irt-land with word thnt everything was tnvorahle. t urry no latter tor fear or arrest. Case n -4 G E 3 ' olean. II A birth, He resthed Germ d ting massages to America. i g to a report or Captain dated Decom r 6. s1 assursntes were sent in response to casement’: request that an be- .t tn Eerlln pushed by the Ameri in In January. 1915. trans sl y Attache la d excellent impression hud he-n vrodilred ths nlot ripened. and on is address In Ttollerdum a a name of skai. t it re John Ds head oi the (inn. a in the 2!! t that motion In Ireland could not be postponed much longs at e reared the arrest oi the lune h d been he said. e in Llmsriclr by that rlute, PLOT Fan Easrl-rn YIPRIEING. "Later in the same mnnlh ron Bern- slnrn. following his usual practice, surreptitiously attached to a message can Gov. ilrnt tuil d n by messenger. The nex Bnrnstort! telegraphed the code to he (Continued on Pam‘. B.) mt FURTHER REPORT OF IRISH RACE CONVENTION. ' Addresses llelivered By Supreme Court Justice Cohaliiu. Ilr. Patrick hlccnrtan, Envoy of The Provisional hovernment of Ireland. hlrs. lllellhorler. National President Of The Ladies’ Auxiliary, Ancient Order Of Ilihernians. Charles J. Bolan, Former hlemller Iii Parliament For North Leitrim And Miss llughes Bf Canada-hlrs. Skelfinglon's. lllrs. Newman's And Others lleld Dver, Owing To Stenogrnpher's Illness. silly Women were in; by the Police whom enl hundred soldiers and sailors rge number o s Iru made by I we who represented a Knownothing secret by the Cardinal or his socreurr i o'CARDIllAl. FARALEYT BOWS T0 ANTI-IRISH BIGOTS '1 . n! that year Count. Von Beruntortl hen! 10.000 Deahla. am h o g were lev- Previous to the meeting an attempt A Little Group Ill “ Society " Women, Including One Willi A Past, And A Few Degenerate American hlen,Complained To llinl, litterly hlisrepresenting The Madison Square Iiardeu Meeting Of hlny 4. And On Their Unsupported Word. I: Pnhlicly Rebuke: Father llagennis. Who Presided. And Inferenti- ally Condemns The Whole Catholic hierarchy And Nine-Tenths Of The People Of Ireland-Irish Catholics of New York Shocked By This Unprecedented And Wholly Unjnstilishle Aelion-The Virulent Anti-Irish And Anti-Cntliolie Bigot: Threaten To Appeal TOTTTIE Apostolic Delegate To Put Restrnint (in Irish Priests Who Ask for Ireland The Same Rights Which President Wilson Declsra Should Be Restored To Belgium, Servia And other oppressed Nationalities-The Pope Refused To Take Similar Action When England Sought To Male Ilim An Instrument 0T ller Tyranny. on lilhy I Igreat Irish mass meeting lsnguuge. presided over by ms 11 hold in Madison squore Glxden to Peter E. Mnsenula. a priest a! your archdiocese, not a drst onender in such , matters. put out or lbe lneetgtnrt that no ans r an real , eply to the tint letter. Up to [he present. urur., nld r int o man with a past nil lIeILher letter nu been acknowledged ERIE or xs'ow.vornixcs. eocle lwosed ooually to a ('01 lrish e l t c . Last weelr it was impossible lo givs port that it would utter such a gross C.,,,m to have the gathering stopped. mm‘n':.‘;';fmh‘”".;:“ “I”; ““ "'“ the iuil report or ths speeches at the lihel on the iaritirh Fleet as to tnstnlr hm R mg", g M g. “,9... mo", mm M” ':l- C“? irish in cunvsntion t the Can ate at was possiols or a German my “Medea in we,“ 5 1,, R C-“end-u G: 9 <3‘ "'0"- tral, pe a House. New Iv an . av naval and rrillllarykexpedltton to faith‘ Mm ms mm" “me New mM,.“n’J"'n“ F C t! Z?!“ "1'“'“'t is and ‘r is it it Is Impossible Ireland lisurhtert so lhat ths whnIe'c.molk mu m ‘ omen I am ms in“ Iv F! 1 In to union t report, owing to i i ioundsd on an n so “rmm-H u“ “M mm "M mum mtg!" “H L.” 3; nJ'&Gr;4=< gas. or tns atenographar, who run only smtemeut by General French. a pro to elm“ rm” u 1“ mm an FD-H-st. win I bag -1‘ WI):- ahls to tlirnv in his copy piecemeal, and diced with as and on.al: editorial onin. mm“ or gens" Fun” N" E M’ . W; m D IF . - it is not all in yet. ion in ths Ir it Times h mm“ W "um" 6'“ M mm“ H“ mm s G" V?“ T t "INK- Tm: Game A)ir'.lii'A.V has to go to trsti 13d and’ ‘rib ui m.,,h,,,,- ove n " ' ' Ellzlorglh l'tre.En:ior:tE press srl t weri<.oo o-tnunu aui'nn.leo I .h.P ,,W,,,,, ‘L, -- - or n . Th i M Sk . - , ‘ ‘ ' . ' ' ‘ l - 2:5: Mam "gm, 3 wk’: e:”"" 1'hs touodntion, or die tlrat Incident lungs and ‘later ukeldchlm to ord:r tn: Jay, Hanson B. slo tn, Louis Keller, . g M . , “y "3 one of the I M "er d& n the (raulcun that is what it is (an Cong;-pm“, we I! S" Cl“ SFHHS-‘Pml."Ail;ldnRV:;h T-(rrAa;;:i!,L‘I:!oI'Ard Mltt Those received in time to print will be iound below. TH]: “PLOT” DENIED BY DEVOY. As soon B-S nlr. hiurptir had finished the reading of the resoluliorls, John 9 Deroy came rorword and ap0ke.ns lol- lows: o r soon these resolutions will be Diss- ‘ ed in their entirety. as reportsd by the In ’ C . AP irish In-day hrs in tho same poslr tion thut Field siarnhal Hal; described , the English army t be ii on the We erlt Front (I; Shier). we are 0 r In to the wall-o e or: not vomi Butcher ilvhluuse). elves and on tho rrleud- '" H, pliaiisel-Is in discovery or a rolldir la boa ilnughter) noaiing around In G Ina. Elly. and the dlnroverv of I mun Ilrstsn t be d ‘E d tli said to he Ge an 0 viii mu znglls B all money u sud getting silver, and Ilicn going bntli ‘maroon 5 ms o n h ,, The whole thing is too absurd and In 'n:i;:,")‘:'m“' :;m'“",; uwleum edible, or vrnud too absurd a d and GoverlmrGei-tor relimii, a ‘““‘9"“?I= '0 “I” 9 "5'! cording to his signature (laus)ltel')- :31’ m::"'; "f“m:9'3;=:t‘o';;-imfnz “ i ht r that Lhere is n Gsrrnsn plot i aug on “mm”, 1 hmmm M M A Gr blouse) involved; Wu rs to hat sulomene on Gene ench's unsupported or Now, t ere is one s reiasml wh! we should not take anything Ni that mar OOLLAPSIBLE soar. The next piece or evidence that Mr. niriviiis E. Etone'a unllloyees in an no axpect u u take in support oi that sutsrnent Is an editorial n the 1 tisughtnriq editorisi opinion in the mm Timn that thst t was coincident with pr depended invasion from narmsnr ilaughtsrl. xa-r. Ttmry is the most in-attricai, nonatnal. old llthernktta lrelnnd ‘..-..m“'- .tl'vII'l in (lnlllhter and IDI>1ausa)- i did not en- t -n.“'aiih Mlliit-r. hi . n merllrlg in t s irau nevrspnom for tbs last we days. a .1IlERE Is No PLOT IN IRELAND. ral There isn't any irish plot and no Ger- man plot in lrt There in not any plot tor the purpose or bringing about s landing or an. me exped i -- Gerlnul experlltlun n lroiand. There d is not any plot whatever on the part at e they In doing in [re- a: ":1 an 9.- an .. A . we 2. ’n. is en .t. -E 9 a Z 0 . n. ‘E V. llvhllrsnel. 9 7! in Irish Protestant Church ll C y or 'imhliu.' ‘In! I‘ rurummi. Ir England. The tit proposition or a school teurtaer, a wet '5 , .(ConMnued onrope 1), X ‘noo- i. orailm limos reauesiad ihoapoatolir nrlsgate in n wnsiiiog on America 4.0 ‘? q” to iorbid nrlsats i irinh sationalisl meetlngn. ITII boll! files the enter: . y ralbtr reiussd in but i num.ln.on tha lri my Alter the hi rm; Squitg Gardsn rn ting or 4. Mrs. Bntlni. a Tier ol 1 own thing women who connected with the 'slm.> one or llnence annon .t.h diocese or New York to ge 1 dl ’ your appeal (or "Q ecectlre the that on good citizens et- -a. . y .-"'Whel:i a short tin-lean th or New York.‘ now rend h e Saturday night last. sstrstn , sio rroll. who published in Ne less to HIV. Tl. trotted I DIInful‘In'lDPe5< “ city regarding the meetlng held in Mid- r7.in the arch- ths end that repetition at mph gr stings loner ' ai number or prominent New Yorkm. folr 1 funds to make more ‘ work: of Cldlollc d . our country and its nlliea in tin war. dull! Dress x!' or plating their eixorts to help the cavern. I maul II a rule chiai nlatl-Irish A orgnns n is y:. - . , ‘ "‘Aa a result or the sin Fell: meet- 9 when the pvi m wager To SHOOT ox BURN rm: IRISH. The Imnerltnenoe or this group or suti-lrish hirntr in describing the meet. 5 in Madison e in ,3 r .1’): Miollr Delnglle.‘ to whom h h t 1 spring Rice had told as ini:mous story ,3, cu" kfww: !:“‘;j'::,“"“o“,”’ ‘M 0'1‘ 5"‘ "I" "“""e ‘“ spirit that animstes can no well ii 333'’ -‘ "‘:““‘" ' ‘Y5"““'gn;:;"‘: lua ted at a society dinn in a N suing: "They be burned." a sentiment to planned ‘hey all present. it does not true‘ to these ti creatures that the cur might attempt to use lawless violent-s Ellnsi them. JIOKSIGXOR cuirroLL'n usrncie. no letter irotn sionsipnor Carroll to airs. harlow ea ioilowr, . x " uv siadatno-l-iia Eininsnu c r- Isoi-i'Suuare Garden on In: evening or 4 Mn .r den 99 ms to nut: that lhis m ting was in halo uu r th unless the athoiio notices published that the Rev. Peter EL slagsnnis would preslde. rt that Father soagennls did he attempts to presldo at such meetings. . , "‘E‘nLher iviatennir is a member or o Mu. Enrluv said that it the Car c stand was not -unicisnt to (‘heck suthl iconeinueo in Pop: 2.; ll U. ‘I