Citizens of the U. S. who were induced to buy $6,000,000 worth of "Irish Liberty Loan Bonds," eight years ago, by famed "President" Eamon de Valera of "The Irish Republic," can get back a portion of their money.

They may get it at No. 117 Liberty Street; Manhattan, by order of New York State Supreme Court Justice Curtis A. Peters. Last week Justice Peters said that $2,600,000 of the original $6,000,000 remains unclaimed in the hands of U. S. receivers of the defunct "Irish Republic." But so many Irish patriots have displayed a reluctance to claim their share, that those...

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