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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 25, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 11

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derstand. All I kn0w.s ttat-tUfi'Wfti:
has taken frpni.me'my son. I shalj
never see hini-agam." v
When somewhat ompdse& again
She told of her son's life in-the'navy;
there was a trace of pride mingled
with the anguish, as she spoke.
"John was in the- navy eight
years," she resumed. "After serving
on; the New Hampshire and Wheeling
he was afraid he woman t see active
servace unless on a dreadnought, so
finally obtained transfer to the Flor
ida. His term was to expire in De
cember. He wrote a week ago that
he -would see me Christmas. He was
a coxswain, and had charge of forty
men. He intended to re-enlist."
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