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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 30, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 15

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for I do, not .dislike Irs.v-Waverly at
all. I was only trying'to iell "Dick
calmly just what he'had'to expect in
his mother's training of his sister and
impress"onhim that it'was fup to us'
to see .that- Mollie ,niight:b'ec6me the.
splendidhtd&womafsheromied.
(To Be Continued JtorhoVrow.)
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SHOOT- BUl,LETS.TO;3AV,E LIFE
New York, Jan.,30.--A.new variety
of New York gunmen has been evolv
pd. Th3eyrsh6onhusIesXmerpy n2.t
death, and use a specially designed
gun for their purpose. It is the "life
rope gun" with which each company
of the New York fire department is
equipped. The weapon resembles
somewhat a sawed-off shotgun, and
shoots to which is attached a strong
line.
When people are trapped by flames
on the top floors of high buildings
the line is fired to them and, pulling
it up, they find a strong rope at the
end, down which they slide to safety.
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WHERE LOVE IS 1
By Berton Braley.
Where love is, hate and rancor can
. not be,
Nor doubt or treachery or bleak
despair;
For love makes, every evil .passion flee
And warms the heart and calms the
face of care;
Where love is, there is patience and
' control,
Faith that inspires and courage
that endures,
Peace of the heart and 'glory of the
soul,
If you have love these blessings
shall be yours.
Where love is, there is never lust for
gain
Nor selfishness nor vanity nor
greed.
Love suffers much of wanting and of
pain
And lives alike in plenty and in
need.
Where love is, there is mercy, honor,
truth
And tenderness deep-glowing in
the eyes,
And there is joy and best of all
things Yo'uth, '
' Eternal Youth which never, never
dies.
Where love isf
"How is the water in the bath",
Marie?" "Cold, mum; it turned baby
fairly blue." "Then don't put Fido in
for an hour or so." N. Y. World.

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