THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: Enter Ireland

Ireland was admitted into the sacred circle of the League of Nations by unanimous vote. On all sides there were spontaneous manifestations of good-will toward Ireland. In eloquent speeches, representatives of Britain, France, China, Persia and other countries extended felicitations to the Free State representative. Dr. Fridtjof Nansen of Norway concluded with: " Let us not forget that Norway furnished our new colleague State with one of her first Kings."

U. S. Senators McKinley, Hitchcock, Swanson, and U. S. ex-Secretary of War Newton D. Baker were reported to be in Geneva "...

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