Only a few blocks west of Chicago's distinguished Gold Coast are little Bohemia and the fringe of thugdom. In these lands last week roughnecks and roisterers grumbled, sneered, swore. One bootlegger cried: "By , now they won't let us sleep!" This gentleman had just read in the Chicago Tribune that a 43-bell carillon was going to be installed in St. Chrysostom's Church before Easter Day.

The carillon is the gift of Richard Teller Crane Jr., in memory of his father, founder of the potent Crane Co. (plumbing...

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