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PORTO RICO CELEBRATES U. S. CITIZENSHIP
Porto Rico has a new holiday,, the day the United States granted its'
people citizenship. High Porto Rican officials are here shown at San Juan,
viewing regiments parading on 'the day of celebration.
MOTHER GIVES HER THREE
SONS TO UNCLE SAM
Terre Haute, Ind., April 13. Mrs.
Sarah Douelas has done her "bit"
for her country! She has given her
three sons to- her country.
Her oldest boy, Willie, joined the
navy before he was of age. Then
Winnie went, and when the govern
ment declared war against Germany,
Charlie, the youngest, joined. He is
Hardly had Charlie gone from
home when Mrs. Douglas received
word that Willie had lost his life. She
has taken the news bravely and says
she is glad he died in the service of
TWO MOVIE MEN SHOT ;
Jos. Armstrong, pres. Moving Pic
ture Operators' union, and Edwin
Collier werp shot and wounded in the
offices of the union at 219 S. Dear
born yesterday. They said three men
entered and commenced firing. They
were unable to explain the reason.
Three men were taken into custody
by the police.