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quish life; every instinct within us
clamprs to retain' it, and if we did not
find it good that would not be so.
Even the people who are soured on
life do not want to lose it though they
spread their poison of discontent.
Sometimes when - .meet people
who are soured on life I grow asham
ed of my eagerness to get away from
them, even while I am afraid to re
main with them lest they take away
some of the brightness of living for
'But I do think that if all of these
people could be put somewhere to
gether where they would have to hear
their own views echoed and re
echoed from morning until night and
rom night until morning, it might
help them regain their balance by the
very hatred that would be bred in
them of the doctrine of darkness that
they forever preach.
GUN FIGHTERS TAKEN AFTER A
STIFF CROWD FIGHT.
Officers Patrick Murphy, James
Carney and Thomas Sweeney of the
East Chicago avenue station
"pinched" two gun toters last night.
But they had to fight their way out
of a crowd of 300 men and women to
It was carnival night in "Little
Italy" on the North Side. On such a
night it is considered almost sacre-
hgious for any but an Italian to
Sam Brevatan and Sam Bachino
appeeard at the carnival carrying re
volvers. In some manner the word
was flashed to the policemen. They
went up to the two men and searched
them. They found the revolvers.
The officers put the men under ar
rest and started toward the station.
Immediately me nand women rushed
over and hooted the police. Then
they began making threats. Every
'minute the crowd was getting great
er. They surged around the three of
ficers and a cry of "revenge" swept
over the crowd.
The officers, still holding their
prisoners, drew revolvers and fought
their way out of the crowd.
A WERE PUP
YfiWs THr THlNe
DAN3MN8 ARODMD I
I'LL JOST POSH T OUT
OP THIS PJCTORe..
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Mile. Helen Caragioni, a Rouman
ian girl, declares she will fly across
,the Atlantic in the next year.
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