- poet sister, Eva Gale laooth.
I. y V. - A JOURNAI-L DEVOTIJD TO THE CAUSE OF IRISH INDEPENDENCE, IRISH IJTERATUEE AND THE INTERESTS OI‘ TEE IRISH RAGE.
,VA01.‘XV., vllo.’25. Whole No. 771.
NEW lloiix, JUNE ‘22, lots.
EE$ElliEEgg EEE$’ii’-307%? Against’ , s
‘ tidsmid await
PRICE FIVE GENTS.
Temporary Lull In Ireland, Only Minor Operations Being Carried Out By The Peelers On Unarmed Men In The
1 ’ Galvvay And Clare Sectors===Lloyd George's Humanity And Tenderness Of Heart Moves Him To Forbid All
Communication Between The Women Prisoners And Their Children--==-The Gurkhas Not Yet Called Into Ac-
tion, But Their Trusty Knives’ Are Ready===ln New York Hostilities Are Transferred To The Federal Courts,
V’ Where Irish Citizens Are Barred From The Jury, While Some Are Suggestively Branded As Criminals==g=The
-Kaiser's Chief Spy Given The Job Of Framing Up The Irish Which Flynn Botched-=-Teutonic Efficiency Ex-
pected To Succeed Where A Thick-Witted Irish=American Failed===‘-Anti=Irish Propaganda Now Carried On
’ From Washington=
Arrested Men Promised Immunity If They Will Testify That Certain Irish Citizens Against
lWhom Therepls No Evidence Are Traitors===-America, By A Wiser Policy, Could Speedily Settle Thewlrish Ques-
tion And Send 250,000 More British Troops To The Front, But The Anglomaniacs Bar The Way.
as against Ireland and the Irish people here still goes on, but the tile purpose oi slanderlng and diacreditlng the Irish people and destroying the
.; The w
.chlaI nntivitles of the 11
a minor scale only are going on in the calmly and Clare sectors, where
ydetnchlnenta oi er as have won some nntahle little triumphs with the bayonet sary to 2 is A e to in r
over nar civili s Lord h. the cr o Pig sticitlns at Is what these Angloniuniacs mean hy every word they utter and every not they
Elana agte has not yet had occnsion to bring h 10,000 gallant Gurkha: into periorm in re to these Irish citizens, against whom I e are now using
Ll out ltn e all powerlul machinery or two Departments oi the United tales cover
at an, IV 3 are sharpened Ind randy lo cut the throats ol the (h
slno Feiners at s moment's notice. - or
H Lloyd Ge0l'59. by his sudden lnldnlsllt nids, having captured Du Valet]
a cl h
d overlay liberty of the shin
tlin movement tor the
eat with the apparent consent and Imlroval oi all the other DepIl'll.nel'lL1.
ENGLAIVD IN.IZ'RIh'G-THE ALLIED CAUSE.
they are not hi to be trusted on s lury when a case involving, even indirectly
the querllon ol Irish xazlonaiiti-, is involved
tire was one sniAnle name is not Irish.
Was this s more
he very hard to convince the ordlnuy Irishman lhnt it
That iurr may he all rlltht, but the list will stand as lncontrovertihle evidence
at the lull-Irish hiss oi the prosecution. ‘
HIXDERINU, Nor HELPIXU AMERICA.
This kind at work is not "helping America to win the war."
and over eight of z ideally in oded to supersede the aitsrnstivs policy or getting Lhasa 250,000
in Hxlits entirely with penmluving brought them safely to En land I1 xenl walk in win the war would he done on wholly dllterent lint-s. The Brll troops out Irolan uld er the an L old on
warship. lacked them up inc hi“ I E h Jaihr mi N“ “dad war wiu not he vlon by thr ling lihcriy in irclund scndln cl us to douhtedly be helping America in t or vtould arouse st cs a lecling
them all over the we d in the finest set of lies "er ltiven out by a British prison in America and areby untnronizlng the who visit c h we or gratitude to America among the Irish race nil over the world and all people
rennin". breathes mole free!’ In 5159!“ Mi“ an on y hy succnsslul lighting, and anything that keeps large undies oi Irish nlood here with houodlnss snt u asm,
, I ' Hy,,,,np”'ry,,-0 WOMEN PRIWNERS‘ . -. > or trained soldiers (am l to b it Ir ts it t to re a led by wty was the licy ol conciliation Ind auction that would evoke snu-
, The most dangerous at Lloyd George-s captives are three women, Countess Ir
Marltlsvirz. Mrii, Kata clnrlte. widow oi the-nisn Wham Butcher Maxwell and
shot Ifl5rsoLI:d.En.1la:.W l;,.ltebellinu,.snd Mhude Ganne McBride.
hutnenltsrlsn principles and gives pr
--communication between >these desperate Ielnale enemies. or the
imren, end his two little or hers, several years younge e l the
ms in L! rick, were Illowed t get aw lines from their ni ther, nqthln
who is in poor health, in soy t aha Is sill live: or ii
liisclarlol who was lso shot. ere allow ave s nioinenvs tail is I
called at the Jail without a permit;
"Mark vlcz were allowed to so
IRELAND TO GET NOTHING BUT KICKS.
. .The Belgians, the Serviam. the Just:-Slave, and the czectioslavs must all P!
,he given their lreedotn. hut any man or woman w o dares to say that Irelimd is W
on dad to any share in the literty for which two are no
, locked up in on English cell and leei that they are treated
‘“"""Y "he" ‘he’ '" ‘M P“ 1" mm 0‘ ' “mg "Ha mm mm "cl" nu ma ompliga that the United states cannot lntcrters In the Internal uilxlrs r:
to s stop we . f
. so inc 250,000 British troops recently poured into Ireland, and the 0
nrtillery. the msclilna guns, the tanks, the o s, m
which the French loolisnly think ought to be concentrated on t e Westam. “
Times snd Herald sousrcs proclaim to the world in tho nnme oi the united
inorlcs. It is s srlc V
that all peoples ore rniiiicd to Fell-Govcvmllevit rid Selfrbtttrminaiion,
HAMMERING Tim 122131! 037 THE HUDSON FRONT.
not important part of the population ot the united states, comma and as
K , 1 , d d ( H, .. trails. instou or doing :it,t try to crush the rich, using 2 old, in
he “mm: Firnliitugh:ll?lPes‘lft$::;Il:g:3'I;eIyri7:Tlig if 3,2 ,,,",,,:,,f. worn ngl h rortli a he r u l in Ireland and will e c
“'9” 99“ “"5 " of H‘ Sm" “don me‘ by H“, K Wu, ,5.“ , more certainly (all here. They lie is with Drew csinpalsn against the iris
iiimtanw 5”"! 1“ "5’ “"5” p (3 Wm ‘ L hm mu. Be, mm. had new at-ctislilg every man who drmsndn Ilberty Ior Ircland or being dlnloynl to the
ma "mimmmr lillrvisiie yrs: to impede America ., p ,. [he ,,,,,. ,, [7 lted states Es-en‘ art in t dl eciloli in - '
ii 0 or r he rs about Ir land‘: onus is
they are charged with doing a lot at damage nut when they hrc clllglli and “um E mm: Y mmmmmp of
tho snrrst Service slot-ides its rnssniilcent work in capturing client, to the
‘ Kslsercsung press. they also moo inimun t 0::
punishment on condition that they will frame up I 9 ms 2 use Isl-ilhs '5
Irllli citizens-wholti the Department or Justice has heen trying to get lor me
mmc:p1i:‘t'men :'al?ald"lrsmeo up the Irish last year Ind manufactured a
"plat" to start sncther liohelllon in Ireland IE“ E"‘9"<
clumsily done and the whole ‘7pIot" went up in the clouds, In spite oi
ti sv IS wholly I DOHQ by V QIICB All I C l'l'iBnIfC IV (B159, are mndis
M‘ “"“"“ "“‘“"” “N M’ mm 0! M“: tolivemgiacvies and i. ...,m” against to am I moon and Isllerl hroadcasi c or the Ian . is
m”M'""m Md [2 mum; rile‘; i“““tli:I haorem or Ileell dropped in , p when the trial comes all the nil n or the llrosvertive iurylncn will he lllled
s are an
drl'i‘i.V 01 six Tlilli
‘ York B ' r. I id an eye
cenfully that nobody else as ever s “
I ll concocted the sin 2 ll lzlo .
his powerlul, hut rsther clumsi Llsldgcglyze ago“ “I km“ ‘W Em“, “ohm
because Flynn had lost his inb-
csI2itA.v' GENIUS lIA.5r:s A Barrel; nor, ,,,,,,,,,,,,m
lads’ have been not to worlt And snoiner before the Grand Jury in test
the trial Proves the man K“
inillcted on him oeiors ho laces trial
I. more alert and inventive in
' “ . . i ii-A I
ma" Drumming Anglo!" M, been ground. where u thick wittcd Ir s met can
I H l D
cblcl spy in America. and hol?6r.""h he!‘ ‘"‘i‘- “’ W" ‘ W“ ”‘ " ‘ C" M‘ '
vbelore s,ilring sound and a number oi oi
This time Germdll ctllciexg lswtr‘llBsi;cK1p:c0m'.;"l‘;'
new British-American-German an I ,1 ‘
machinery tor railroading to death or Imi1IlIo:im:::”:0I::3 nn Hy Mi
sonic Irish one who have the imimden“ i
get her lair snsrn out oi this war lor llnerty
Irish blood in the iishiinz 10"" "’ “'9 R”‘’“‘’‘” '"
Allil Whlle ll’lIl.l CIKIZE
, . . they h
ted. the hslsers sgivits who admit
a war and the destruction of Am
tales. stimulated by drugs. are woven
yr“ 0‘ '.w --r
The great hut beiuuse England lstunnornly reluses to secede to
champion at Clvilimttott, Democracy and small Nationalities exemplmeu his demand: which use 7 >-
oot that he has a inn er osrt y lure the great niuiorlty ‘of the stncrlran pcopla strongly sri-i-ipdllilze.
children and other nesr rels- tn.
pits J n
a little son oi John keep: those 250.000 troop
or it the terrible countess France, where they are sorely needed.
I. tsw lines to coinlert her lrorn her gentle isnd en at W
alone because the Unit
action ehiahles ldnxlshd to ‘told Ireland down o
wsrrn approval ol the whole American people, south. bred in the irsdii
nrhlnirion, so (Ar as is known, says nothing to sordid and soulless Pliitdrlatl, In tits North who c
out who are (nice to the old it
ndid ondnrssnu-nt oi president wllson-s Dsclarnilon tile Republican Party, and min b
it lrlsn poop y
Bug mg M, wag loo paper siull that preceded t em
0. with prejudice and n I r trial is rendered prhrllcllly imposslhlo.
prnreedlng as this article is written the
her Irish citizens to prison (or Inn! York If
a clean ion or IL The mini is asked whether he
t Ireland ought to iItd1mu the pupils mind as
entitled in some cone client the prosecuting attorney protests. the Judge sustains the
' nfarnis lhu DII
h I ll‘ lty id not permit i
no arc in he rnllrosdcd and given t e u llcnn mu
ith the assurance list at y
“ mm "e"”"'' W ’ arrive at dish that this did not hwbtn hy wide-ti. hut Wu dnua ael
puollslicd hroadrast in the press tor it this is not instills war on the Irish ptcpla it is certainly proclaiming [Int
my which, in justice to France and to the united stat-s. ought to ho on the
siren Iron: is kept in Ireland, hot through the lsult oi ins Irish people,
whoIG'!'lVllIuIl world Idlnlta to be lust. and with which
c [act that the keeping nl this hlg army in Ireland is an Injury to
Allles make: it csson Ily n mllltnl‘ question, on w icli all thd Allics
y soy chance win the war witliout Arncrionn
L they may be srnt to
All England has to do is to glul Ire-
n ailsirs. and that nrnly oi 250,000 men run be
keeps them in Ireland ready to slaughter the Irish people not
ed ststcs does not take any set n to apply to Ireland
ealdent Wilson‘: Declaration about
t becdiue the interprets that inaction tn 0
in friendly cousitrv is rendered lutlls b u state oi a air.
nd Enslmd ought to he told
plliin terms that :AIm:rIcd does not approve her course in Ireland and that
a serious injury to the Allied Csusn.
AN ANTLIRISH Co.llBI7i'ATIaN IN AIIIJRICA.
the sums on this side or the Atlantic.
Rcnctionarlea from the
human Illavery, have made an
3, hut senernl charges oi lawhreaklng in the interests or Germany, nhich
IRISHIIEN 03" TRIAL ‘UNFAIRLY TREATED.
In court the procedure of the prosecution is equally unfair. In the trial
lly, is then indicted and held in hell of $100,000,
course. is prohlhitivc and without precedent in the nistory oi the
nu LY D('VlF(‘ll.‘IlWI. nnl pvnsmilinn. It e sure er
llty or innocent. he shall have severe punishment
when the trial begins precautions against dcspersto attempts at rescue
ich the prosecutors know iul wall are entirely out oi the quesilnn in New
e iskcn Ind the nowspspero, or some or them. tell the people that "all
xrlllded lrom the court: Every tales-
II! can have no other oolect then to
niost him and all who may l or! .
n counsel lor the defendant ssks similar questions on hehsil oi his
that --tho Irish nre not on trllll in at court" and that he
t on IYIBI I ere.
btllevlnli tout the prose
‘hen he reads the
and ilnds not one Irish nninc it what conrlilelon can
n, loynr" Irishman
But the disclaimer oi the men
tude.snil enthusiasm relucteil, ,Iintl the English one orrcnvession and he sent
is stead? Thar
charge or it any bitterly Ililirlrlsh. are opposed to Irish treedont and want
lrclond to Ienlalla under the heel oi England.
, 0 He nlng (Ills are i e nieynsrrovv. intolerant kind who
in England have i-revsntro.sny ilcillemelll ol uia Irish Question, snd they are
just as enpa or b using Llteir liillylrlsll mmvlign to in s as s heir
nligllsh prototypes cy re Eovilng in s: e needs oi trouble in Amzrlch as
the Englishln n have soon in lrclnncl, and they will rail Just as hadly in break-
ing the spirit oi the Irish.
or i e mo.nent these Arnorit-an Redctleiuries have succeeded, but their
irluinph will be lit-etin: It is their encouragement that has mused Lloyd
George to mlkudl ioctl -ii lilrnscri and to throw nwhy the greatest chance that
ever came to s It. es on.
TKA S SFLAX TED BRITISH 7'DRIES.'
1’ man here are simply transplanted nritish Tories. They make a
grant pretence or hunting disloyalty and bringing dlclaydl men to trial and
and uniusiihnirls ihnn Inrthlng tust o:cIlls in Enzland. Jllal
the exception oi ihe New Yorl: Evtyllrla Poul. without a
inurnols an the Multrliryfrr Guardian, tiic ndon Daily New
as the pro llrltish
rt-ass Is more nnlslr .'i:In unscrupulous than the Englirb and is. with
the It ca. to tho Eng pallce cannot hold a candle to the American
ecret SuIvI.e lnr unislrncss and trulsl Uelttrlcnl o
zllmlzislolt lor an Irishman who knows hotli
innsht England all his lite, to ninks, but it is thn unadulterated u-nth.
THE ANTI-IRISH PRUPAOAXDA (‘0.VTI.V[‘ES.
Public is new allowed to tonset that there sre s nurnher at “dlr
in Alnerltn and the lmlvudcnt lslsciicod inst they are con-
oisutly trotting to prlng scout --rnoilicr retcll-an l‘! I
ever)‘ sy. may have not a scrap oi cvidc o
plot, hut rne fnlsrlloud is constantly repented tor lhe pllrrosa nt exciting
d c against lrclnnd end Irish <-Itlzens. ey frankly admit that they are
sum. yet tzrtlessly admit that they
have no evidence to convict than. out hope to get it by ttmntlng me
admitting that the Illforn. will or givcn i to-in Ky. is it sny
er the country that so Irish tlilzet-i
with Irel’iI:id'1l effnrlsglor lreednin can-
t not get a tsir trial in the Federal courts in the United suites‘.
ol'Fslvl.m I.II.1lI.‘XITY FOR EVIDENCE.
A fair specimen oi this ‘null-Irish prnlng-nnda is the lollowlng dccpstch
train V nlnston which appeared in the evening papers last lion ay:
"WASHINGTD ne I1.-The capture at Iererolah 0'l.e:ry. Irish-smelt
lcsn Iondrr under ind ctnicnt in xcw York in a mountain cabin in wcshlngtan.
wi be tollowed man by (he arrest at s nuirter oi other lrlsh agitators in the
l Treason or essionsgc.
consldnrshle undisclosed evidence against 0'benry
was lesrnc to sy. Ind arrest of his co-worker: has
been deferred only Derldlns his apprehension. -
"Om us ntlrnstod itrday that the Government might not press its
chlfses against some
working In the Interest oi Germany to promote rebellion in Ireland."
last added to this the lollovring stntem at:
“The promised hrrvsis will not he rounded to the xew York district.
but will no nation-wide." a '
I course, this Is mere pl-otusands. Intended to iniinnro the American
peonlo against the Irish and to lrlgntrn men who may think they will n.
among those art-cued. o sstclnent amounts to an invlutian to eoninnit
lleliury and s promise or reward. -
in lace oi this coaiassion ilni. they are oilsrlns immunity to prisoner;
ior cridenca. they expect us to heliers that they made no ttrgsin
lmlillililt! to t e erinsn woman s y it she would help
or many months this story has teen vornine pl'Irniel7 lrom V<'.!Ih‘ui;,
loll: “They are trying hard to -grt' so and so and will stop It nothing In order
lo succeed." - ' I
‘ow their only hope at “getting” these Irish citizens is by hi-gaining
with men a d women standing under the shadow oi the gaiiowe or lacing long
terms I inillrisnnnient to convict them hy false testimony. ‘
,,,..,...r-o - -e-Ha--........ ,:-v'
..c........ .........?.......m..... ..m.m......... H.