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THE GUARDIAN PACE / THE NEWS POINTS OF SPECIAL INTEREST N OT ALWAYS FOUND IN THE ORI. GINAL STORIES, WITH OCCASIONAL COMMENT. By John Gibson in New World, Chicago Boys Live Fast Declaring that boys live faster to- day at seventeen than they did at the age of twenty-seven, a generation ago, an eastern judge sentenced three seventeen-year-old youths. The judge and follow any profession you may choose. It will not restrict your op- portunity or become an obstacle to your ambition. It will not deprive you of a single decent pleasure or rob you of a single manly friend." The Pick of The Boys added: "I am very sorry to send 17- The Boston Pilot sometime ago had year-old boys away, but this is not the the following to say about the church first offense and young men can never student: grow morally and intellectually, cer- "There is something very charm- tainly never morally, until they learn ing about a church student. He is itself captive to the lure of "the Most Beautiful among the sons of men," and has responded gladly to the call, "Come follow Me." In his inmost heart he has already begun to cherish one absorbing am- bition--to become a priest, and de- vote his whole life to the salvation of souls. He aspires to be more than a follower of Christ; he hopes for admission into the inner circle of the disciples and to the office and work of the apostolate. dicate their best and brightest boy to leonic Wars. The Bible is printed[ IN LITTLE OLD the divine service." on vellum and contains 42 lines to a[ column. A Broadway trolly ANOTHER FAMOUS listened to a loud tirade BIBLE COMING HERE BY GOVERNMENT PERMISlONlrefusal to stop at an ~- ~ [street and was silent Benedictlne Monks Sell Gutenberg mAlittlefellw ut walking with his ] lady was well ff his car stother said as Work for $280,000. " they passed a resi-]ond street, stili scolding. dence in the' suSurbs, "Mother, theyj turned to the inside of the London.---iWth the sale recently the measles in that house'."a bow and called out of the last Gutenberg Bible still in "How do you know, dear?" and gentlemen, I have the private hands by the Benedictine" 'Cause I saw their license tacked announce that the next stop Monks at the St. Paul Monastery in m the outside."---Boston Transcript. Fiftieth street."--The Nee FAMILY CASH BUNDLES 411 CENTER During the years of adolescence, Carinthia, to Mr. Otto H. Volbehr, of when all the wild luxuriance of hislNew York, another of the world's rare nature is rapidly unfolding itself and I literary treasurer goes to America. he is becoming daily more and morelThe sale price is reported to have conscious of the interior conflict jbeen $280,000, over double the price between his better and his lower in- ($106,000) which was considered a to overcome selfishness and learn to the pick of the boys of his age in stincts, so graphically described by record one for a printed book, which have a regard for the rights of others, our various parishes. He is presented St. Paul, love of his Divine Master the famous Melk copy brought last by his parish priest because he be- keeps him loyal and true. spring at a public sale. It is just a Thrill Killers longs to a sound Catholic stock and The good of that love drives" him year since Mr. Edward GoldsLon, the London bookseller, aroused such in- The above opinion of the judge gives promise of a vocation, along the safe and necessary path of terest in the ibook world by securing seems a sound one in view of the Outwardly, he is a healthy and in- self-denial; checks him when he is news from a city not far from Chi- telligent boy, clean, frank, manly, 'inclined to stray; and incites him to the copy fro/n the Benedictine Mon- cago: An effort to defeat the law keen about his sports and hobbies, Spare himself no pain until he has astery for something like $60,00. and the "love of a thrill," were the good natured and high-spirited, like scaled the heights of the holy mount The St. Paul Bible was originally at only excuses given by Emery Hines, any other nice lad. But inwardly, iof learning and piety, the Benedictine Monastery at St. ]8, and Mike Marion, 19, of Decatur, while still in the white innocence of Happy those families who sacrifice Basics in Baden, Germany, and was for the events leading up to the slay- childhood, his shy soul has yielded all worldly ambitions h] order to de- token to Carinthia during the Napo- ing of Edward Libotte, gasoline serv- LITTLE RocK, ire attendant at Gays, Ill., on the night of August 28. The police an- nounced today that the boys have confessed to the murder, Hines say- ing that he fired at Libotte. Hines declared that he was sent to a reformatory twoyears ago, for a crime that he did not commit, and since has tried to defeat the law. Ma- rion wanted the thrill of adventure. _. A Theft at Thirteen Lest some one might say "Look nearer home"---a 19-year-old Chicago youth, who started a crime career at 13, was hanged last Week. This youth was sent to the county school for boys when 13 years old for thievery. He was again arrested soon after his re- lease and sent tp the St. Charles, Ill., reformatory. Soon after his release from St. Charles, the youth was sentenced to Pontiac, and had been released from them on parole only a few months when he was captured in the stolen automobile. The minister of his church, accord- ing to reports said ,~the boy "had the face of an angel but the heart of a fiend." The lawyers who handled the case of the unfortunate youth refused to make a plea of "insanity," bedause they believed it was untrue. Bolshevism Rampant IIow far juvenile delinquency is ~lue to "red" propaganda, it is diffi- cult to determine. How far reaching that propaganda is in reality is shown from Arthur Brisbane's recent com- ment: "Leaders of the Bolshevist Russian government inform their fol-~ lowers that everything is going nice- ly. Russian propaganda is respon- sible for the revolution in China. Russia is supporting financially and "morally" the British workersin their great coal strike, which has put the whole of Europe on short coal rela- tions." In addition there is a well grounded belief that the Soviet agents are not merely innocent bystanders in Mex- ico. The Boy and the Auto Many fond parents permit boys in their early teens free use of the ily car. Others provide the youngsters with autos for their own use. For a great many reasons that will be dis- covered upon'reflection, it is a bad practice. Judge Allegretti, of the Chi. cago Boys' Court, said while speaking in Detroit recently: "In improper "hands the automobile can become an instrument of ruin. Boys speed in them. They frequently get into trouble by picking up young girls in them." The free ~ise of an automobile of- ten results in improper surroundings and associations. At best it the boylfrom parental su the pla~Tfor any boy during his fre~ time is tither at home or in some place where there is supervised re- creation. Roasting the streets and traveling with the "gang" on foot is bad en- ough, but it is considerably worse, when fond parents provide a car to help the boys "carry on." ~- Goo~l Advice Edgar A. Guest, poet and ~opular columnist, in the American Magazine says; "The sooner any young man dis- covers that belief in God and belief in his own divine purpose are vital to his carder, the better it will be for him. I would rather die leaving noth- ing to my boy but his religion, than to die leaving him a fortune, with no religion. "If I can but impress him, as my mother impressed upon me, the fact that God has given him a soul to be his for all eternity, that he has been blessed with Divine powers to beau- tify and glorify that soul, if I can give to him the sure belief in a Supreme Being, I shall not have to worry about his future. 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