A JOURNAL OF IRISH NEWS, IRISH OPINION AND IRISH LITERATURE, PUBLISHED IN E aS ¥ AN INDEPENDENT IRELAND
“PHILADELPHIA, MARCH 22, 1919
» VOL. 2, NO. 1 it ztened ae se PRICE FIVE CENTS
Can Be No Lasting Covenant Unless Republic is Recognized, Former
Dratt Director Conboy Shows
NEW YORK'S GREAT PARADE
[BLAZE OF TRGULOR FLAGS.
Chief Avenue of the Metropolis on on St. Pat Patrick's Day One Great
Gisplay of Green. White and Orange—Forty Thousand
Marchers Take Part—Fifth Avenue Resounds All After-
noon to trish Music—Spectators Nurnmber Hundreds of
Thousands—By Far the Greatest Demonstraion of the
Kind Ever Seen
EXCLUSION WOULD HURT AMERICA
| Great Speech at Dinner of Friendly Sons in New York—Eng-
; land's Status in ireland That of Military Invader—If Eng-
| fand is Allowed to Kesp Big Army to Occupy Ireland. U.
-$. Would Need to Have as Large a Force to Equalize:
: This—America Must Not be Party to Destruction of New"
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the Republic of Ireland.
green flag with ¢t
qwas entirely abana
Martin Conboy, Former Director of the Draft in New York City, Whose Great Speech is
Published in This Issue
Hi! seemed to grip th
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RATIONS LERGLE. MAC ELL SHOWS ERIRK ITY HALL.
_ Washington Meeting Congratu- . England Still Uses the Methods ; Green, White and Orange Em
Color rade Assembly lates Irish People on Re- That Brought About the blem Displayed on St.
“Greets: Treland’s establishment of American Revolution Patrick’s Day
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» NO IRISH PARTY
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the new day. 26 ¢:
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. Temporary Military Occupation ;
Je is true that there are
ions oF the lohe wher
Denver, March 17,—The ed not ta ate
Senate resolution asking the
Peace Conference to. grant
Events Since Armistice Have
Entirely Justified Ireland's
Attitude Toward the War
Ireland the right of self-deter- |:
mination was adopted by the
House of Representatives of
the Colorado Legislature to-
day by a viva voce vote.
aw the flag Hut-
¢ on one of the four
i Col-! Dubiin—During the impri;
the meut inyEngland of Mr. De Va
~ kk ‘Meee was taken by Prof.
It carried an amendment] ©
requesting President Wilson to |:
“exercise his extraordinary | ¢!
and unlimited powers and au-|-
thority that the sentiments
herein expressed may be in- . *
corporated in the constitution |) “#5 ne of Us
of the proposed League off’ ‘en
Nations; and further be it re-|-
rsclved: that a copy be for-
warded-to the President of the
‘Irish Republic at thes national
capital/of lrelay id: if ghe same |*
has. been form
- amen of ote | iri
pre: own armies and of the armies of: M
on behalf Sour vo- -helligerents ‘are strug linge ow
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fine to. the cit
soth ulso prominent:
at present prone those.