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Vol. xv. me. Whole no. 7oz,
NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER 7, 1918.
A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF IRISH DTDEPENDENGE, HUSH LITERATURE‘ AND THE INTERESTS OF THE IRISH RACE.
.nnacn-aaasoi (‘asn-en! luahlltrli.
PRICE FIVE GENTS.
ANTI=IllISII PRGPAEANDA BY SERIAL STORY
The'Septe ber “Cosmopolitan,” 0ne tli TIlElHEal‘S1 Publications, Begins “The
btooulit Way,” Ily llubert Chambers, The Plain Purpose (it Which Is To
mcredit The Cause (It Irish Nationality And Make It Appear‘To Be The
, ’ Mere Product lli lierman Intrigue-Its Advocates ‘And Champions Are Ile-
picted Either As Ignorant, Brutal. Drunken Sots, Talking In An Impossible‘
I Brogue And Ilbeying The Drders Oi Ruthless Teutonic Plotters. or ltopelessly
impracticable Educated Dreamers
Who Are Made The Tools [It The Same
‘,Evil Agencies-'-The Plots. Scenes. Incidents And Conversations Are All
'. lirotesiiuelydlidiculous, llaving Not The faintest ltesemblauce To Actual
I-‘acts 0r Probabilities, But Illustrated With Aitraciive Pictures-The Clan?
: nu-Gael And Siuulfeiu Are Mentioned By Nanie And farcical Plans Attrib-
uied To Them For The Rebellion
In Ireland-ltearsfs Ilnderliugs Are
’ Probably Publishing These Attacks on The Irish ‘To Oiiset The Anglo-
. ‘maniac [luslailghts On ‘Their Employer For “llisloyalty”-Throwing
Dirt 0u llis Friends In The Itope [It Couciliatiug Ills lmplacahle Enemies.
bout the meanest niece at British
was begun in the September number oi 3 G
I-lsarst's cosmopolitan, in the dorm or
h ltohert w. chambers called
a e on Hearst-tor “cllsloyalty"
losing ittr him lrlsh readers who‘ had
been supporters or his papers
xriendly to him politically.
Phillips onnenheim. s t r
o tor more a ten years heiors the
present war been doing is little
HOLDS TH!-I Ilrlsrl UP, To soon.
by the Iirst instalment
mountains. “The M
the eyes or the American hoop ll
e n this rirst instalment
which a remote resemblance
to new i cts or prooshilitlss. Two
,. woman and l.
‘ th' divli did ya do.
- mad like tlslra.
o - in sosne srrathiully. ‘D'ya mind n
throws his daughter, a merevathoolglrl, o
on the Trlzmelata. ‘Read it vat lss
"' wan now
“'1 tell you-read!’ ‘
"sllttv rEIN PLOTS.”
destruction or interned Germsn"l'i
sl nswaosoers vrhlch....
> are . pe . ,
need your 1 t1 . hounded day and
n hi . .
sirsid or death but indignant
sosna's srnnrl had altered. and a
deeper red stained his brow and each,
'”well. by God!‘ h
hits nl written psoer
o r urnad in a saw momenta
with a large sheet or wrapping paper and
a pot or mucilage '
stiy summing etch hit
8 VII! N Milt‘! between it Ind the
"' ii in iss the ion oi Dave sendei.
Ten? y o H1106’ i ask tL'
" osne scratched his c h d. ‘Eel
gorryl it. v that party girr
ll cursing under his hrsath, '“ ’
bent over the tshls, r ing. as !"l'eund’I
ii ilngc move : v "
" eln uIois.....Gsrmsn agents
dis y ops sxhio....
....shlpping mullttlona to
arms ior rsiand can he.
taking his iascinated ayes oi! the torn
"Presently Freund got up Ind went re
chsmhers makes his German
spy tntersptrse his h d English
greasy elsctrie button. “Now V:
s g ass e d sitar. you so
and vstch dot girl som
l is the torn scraps oi the letter
a Frllach spy. she don't look the parrt. T‘
.(CovIHnuet1 on Paris 5.)
h as does not sxnlsin. hut
UTTERLY IMPOSSIBLE sczxz.
ried up and delivered to the artist.
The girls rather. drunk, as usual. was
lying on the root. spying on the French-
st when his naugh-
ter ume up. hot, instead or heing shock.
ed at the result or the heating given her
German soy, who was the heeoer or the
in! Avenue as on.
my aa'toa.v IN TH'RB AVENUE.
Hero is how chsmhers dsscrihes the
scene when the German hruts who had
oestcn his daughter and scans met in
was still the name oi
To: chemo aussicas. neiencs Fund
II nearing “I end. If. Will be closed A!
loan as collections now going on in some
hoped that thti money already collected
in these places will he sent in witheu
the vaher may he turn
which is she utely necessary (or the
man sat there at a small table, oioeinz m
b together fragments or s ietts
ah then: cried son a. fphwst
T a men barely glanced at him:
'“Vy lss it.‘ he inquired trauutlilly.
“ ‘you dond vatch Nlhl: ousiien by dot
trentllalor some more.
N e ye.’ shouted sosne, 'whse ye
at i not dons already yet?‘ uuerled
the one-eyed rnsn, not loo ing up and
. as tie the
dll. sdcre rim
iett ‘ ‘
. shut up. y‘r Dootch headchees‘s
, id y‘r gillioln' gallopln‘ gahhlel'
ye done! It's not petty larceny,
TALKS A FIJI ISLAND BRUGUE.
“ auzsrcss reels that the readers and . -
. Friends III‘ Denver. COL, Dir
Ll-lends oi th
o paper have done mas
made a demonstration or
a en ti olidarity that cannot
tail to have a strong meet on
it that they undes-
estimated and misunderstood the snirit
I we,“ y'l‘ dommedlettsrt 1:111:11 tee...
001 in n d U - - are it l'm rired rr this n 5 t.'a
The pr irninerles tor the Easter “"“’Y“'l"k; r is -ylA wh“
“'==k F!h=“'"" W‘ '5' ‘“‘”""‘ ' " about hishwar robbery. me bncko! An‘ 1 r their and-s rlzhts ionizer then
"5" C‘"““"‘ "" ‘" ""‘“5"' M ' use on sue a l-low'il l he axplllnlnl the Czeclio-Slmuks or any oth peo-
iolinlt sessi 'a:Genn: sund‘ll'lls mm in, ya hen me erlgrllzhy? to whose roeggon is strolled‘ h, to
W A I I" 0 Ill‘ 11 ‘ plc: a )l IETIEIIII NEW V VI I DPESEIII VII E5 Ell I 31'! Ol’ O
in iront or them. In the top room '1‘ ' y H ‘;‘T‘Il:mT Tell that. Mas lnciolos euuncistsd in rresident xvii
“W '"““ ‘“"“ “‘- “R “G ,1’ Frau d‘ l=hsrat'liltsllth'aygentwhin son-s cit rep at Dec]: ntlons, yet the
maria s tns ms er niotters an t e ,,,,,,.,,-s p l i tell to‘ President-s lubardtnalea hrnnd these a
lrlsh their siunld dim At this est ::,,:Z'z“"A;rsh; on do ye cars. any erirninala tor ml-r)lrlg his rlucioies to
r h ,,-c r,. .h.... d ‘T‘va a mind rr their logi.-al nd vltahls conclusion
knock the hloclt o ro-' nd. hat la more sharueiul. they seek
'''You shall say to not agent you hat to terrorize lasrye s trons eruii
' out to smell.‘ remarked lliax t e
' s o the
he janitor or s
renee some is tho".-ham
lrlsh dl'linlrurd.' He is t
0 Two” d lsrialy
IIH V '
e " in smell what. ye; U
1 some smoke. You hat
0 h resnl ell ss
-tudio hulidin. sna.h nractlcally
u y eosn
9. se w
who hive not dons my will
It In Avilzhlcalu Delenoe
s o. . ..
-radrsie shsrirey. srrscuse.
- tics“ per Dr. hiccsrtsn.
THE “GAELIC AMERICAN” FUND NEARING ils END
It Will Be Closed As Soon As Collections Now Outstanding Have Been
Turned In, And Make Way For Other Necessary National Work-Tile
Defence Fund For The Men Awaiting Trial On False Chargesloi Dis-
loyalty Must Be Made To Meet All The Requirements Of The Silu-
utiou Created By The Persecution OI lrisll Citizens By Aiiglomaniac
Dlticials And By Anti-lrisli Newspapers Wllicli Carry On The British
Propaganda-Our Race Is Rallying For Sell‘-Protection.
ing to the Fair Trial T-‘land, ths
or this inner.
needsy morning was $15,6ls.oo.
Jame: Sherry . . . . . . . .. ..
Friends in 140! Angeles, Cal
er uloueeny. ..
John Lvllrh .
- a‘hs 0'Rahlliy Branch, Friends
or lrlsh Freedom an-
, risco. Cal, oer T. P. Di:-no
hiissss Minnie and usrgars
Padrstc resrse Branch, Friend:
or lrlsh Freedom, spring-
Miss winirretl l:dwsrds, .
in Friends in Youlazatown
. D per
J. J. Brlshnlla (second insul- V
P. hi. Connolly...
n J. ll:-Dolioilsh
James Harries .
,, e m
John liiclarlue Enrich. Friend:
i lrlsh Freedom. 5 Fran-
cisco. ’ $ia.oo
collected av Jim Foley. N
CIIID. NCI Yor
Mr, F. shsrmsn .
Mr. chss. lilrl-lush. .
Thomas D. Ktlsltll-ion. lonis-’
isil Club, lxew York.
clsrlre Branch. 17‘.
l 1-‘ Brotkton. hlsss.
hoger casement nranch. r. 0.
IV r-.. Paterson. N. .l.. ..
malts the iurther sacrlncs hi subscrib-
P. w. ltussell '
. . 2
(or which will he round in another part H
mount received inr -rs‘. castle ‘
Fund II!) (0 W
. , . .. .. 5.00
John and Tom
Waterbury, Conn. AAhlI . 5.l)D
Mathew O'Connor, aledrord.
Mats: ..--... . . 5.00
an lrlsh soldier. Camp l-lsn-
cocla‘. GI. ... . 5.00
Michael F‘. Bowler, Chicago . h.oo
Miss M. A. (rsullit-an, Watch
till P. l . 5.00
hllss Solsn. her York, . Y . sup
Edward Madden. xssr ‘lork. . 5.00
“ls! Teresa o‘Rourlte, New
. . 5.00
P. W. hiutuuessiy .. . 5.00
Jerome P. Walsh. Wllmlna- E W
" On The Statute Book,” Would Be
shown To Be 0uly Another “Scrap
Liberal Masters-The “Matchless
chier secretary shortt has It lost
hlurtea out the truth that putting the
Home Rule Act "on the statute Book"
in this and [hen suspending it w
shshhy trtrk to ascsivs the lrlsh vei>
a greatest leader
that lrelsnd has ever seen.
.‘ow s out that even the “ex<
sed w a
thing. but they nelieuea
it. The l'n wu any
posed in he eoritainea in the suspensory
u then: more
vary in the suture.
A FRAUD arm A CHEAT.
lrlsh readers will remit the or
lavished on the “n'lntchlru lea
11. A. Duly. Cleveland. 0. .
John P. Tierney. Lyndhurst.
Tnilr . ..
Miss Mary Logan.
hisurlcs cuss .
A Friend. Detroit.
John F. Cortoran. Rochester.
House or commons.
SECRETARY SHDRTT MAKES AMAZING ADMISSION
Chiet Secretary For Ireland Say: In The llouse Ot Commons That The Suspeusory
Act. Which Was Supposed To Guarantee That The Home Rule Act. Now
Automatically Put In force After The
War. Malits No Such Provision-Reminded By Dillon That Redmond Believed
It Contained Such A Promise. lie Says lie Thought So Ilimself, But is
Iuloriued lie Was Mistaken-New Legislation By Parliament Necessary Be- ,
tore Ireland Can Get. Anything--The Whole Scheme Oi falsehood And
Treachery By Which The Irish People Were linmbugged For Four Years
" Exposed To The Light 0i Day, And The “ liovernmtul Di Ireland Act ” la
DI’ Paper" -ll Is The Worst llumili-
aiiou The Parliamentary Party llu Ever Received At The Band: Of Their
Leader" fell into An English Trap
And lluwitiiugly Deceived liis Dwu Couutryulen. Pledging Their Support To
To England for llothiug-English Liberal Papers Cnmmeni Sarcastically
On The News And The Orange Organs‘-‘Are Juhilant
had wax: which vindicated their pnney
o! alliance with t
garchy. The report as puhiishe. hy the
uuhiin lndenrndent 01 august lo, will
53 tourld below. '
' now urirhasn was TRICKED
(Prmn the Dublin independent,
air. shorit stated on Thursday in the
waa neriectly true that n
s into operation automatically.
unleen something was done at the
Mid 0 K 9 war.’
liir. Dillon-Mr. Redmond thought
Mr. shortt reollrd that he did,
“the crest thurler oi: liherty o
the Statute E0 It Wtlllld TIIV6 caused
a sensation. h . slow t will be
considerably modliled hy latterdsy no.
iiticsl developmente. -
. s colleagues al-
ways declared that the Home Rule Act
ms into iorce automatically at
of I O WI “
nensory Ac was are 1r hat
ohieci. and irons Mr. shortrs statement
it was s deiihersto tran
ers who were consenting parties to the
passage of the measure. and who held
0 that the erlact or the Act was that the
Rule Act should come into ioroe.
automatically at the end or the war.
TEXT at me: SUSPEXSORY ACT.
The ioliowing are the terms or the
' ,- (1) Notwithstanding any.
thing in the Government. or lreland
Act. laid. a ste s s all he uken
to not that Act into operation, and
tioss oi tsrrlx-a months from the date
. . .. s.oo
w. 1. Flat! uni. . awarli. . not
John Craig. Rochester. N. Y a,oo
wiliisrn sen. arcsnpoint. ,
laroohlru. . . 1.00
sinn lreiner.centrsl lrsllsn. . 1.00
A. ncnovso. Bolton Landins.
(continued on Page 1.)
I o! the Dual!!! of then
xcostitiitea on Page 5.)
ones train to betray hntlnlalallat teed-'
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