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IRELAND'S NEW PARNELt
IRISH HOME RULE TO GO THROUGH IN NEXT ' "-
PARLIAMENT; LIBERALS BEEN WON OVER"
London, Nov. 14. Parliament
closes -with Home Rule the big
issuVof'the hour. When parlia
ment assembles again the last
battle-for Home Rule will be on.
For it is a foregone conclusion
that Home Rule wilt win.
For now all liberal England
Has been won over to the side of
Not since the days of Gladstone
and Parnell Has the cause "of Ire
land been accorded such sympa
thetic support' among English
people: Wherever the Irish
Home-rule speakers, Redmond,
"Tay Pay" O'Connor and the
' rest have spoken in their recent
.campaigning in England' they
have been enthusiastically received.
. r The Torres will base their fight
'against Home Rule on the ques
tion of th'e financial relation of
Ireland' with the rest of the king
dom and on ftia't of religion. The
' non-conformists of the north of
Ireland will do all in their pow-
.' er tor aid them.
But it may be taken for grant
ed that the opposition will be
vain. For the fact is that now
the fight for Home Rule is prac- . 'John -Redmond.
tlcally over. o o-
Tftrs. Humphry Ward'Js fight
ing woman suffrage in England
and declines to see anything sig
nificant in the action of California
Carnegie and John D. are hav
ing lots of fun with the people's
Municipal . light plant right! in!
Rockefeller's little old town rof
Cleveland? 'GeewilUKins !
Ten Socialist mayors in Ohio
and the gangs licked at Toledo
and Cincinnati, besides.- Mr,
Tafias fences seem to be rather,
sadly; in "need'of -repair U V "