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THK OMAHA M'NDAV T.KE: MAY 1, 1010.
for This MagflificanI $16,50
Royal Quartersawed Oak Dresser
You may have seen big Dresser values before but we
must positively assert that never before were you offered
a beautiful Royal Quarter-sawed Oak Dres3er at such
an unusually low jtriee. Note the picture a large and
elegantly finished dresser, good enough for any home.
You cannot duplicate for less than $lu.u).
This Beautiful Rayal Quartersawed Oak
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Naughty Sophomores Are Forced to
St.iv After School.
I HEY SNEAKED AGAINST RULES
These beautiful Royal Quarter-sawed Oak
Dressers are just like the illustration and are posi- 0
tively the grandest dresser value ever offered by
any concern . They are constructed of Royal quar- T
ter-sawed oak, have three large roomy drawers
that operate on easy slides. The French bevel 4
plate mirror is of a pattern shape and is set iu n
carved frame. He sure and see this big value and
have one sent to your home. Y'ou'll never be able
to duplicate it again at this low price. Cash or
to duplicate it again at this low price.
CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS
Let tho Union Furnish
3 Rooms Fur- ni
nlshed Complete 0 LIV
Terms, ?3 Monthly
I 1VS EAST TO PAX THE IXION WAV. ,
1513-17 -1 Q i l Ai i llA 11 laT.
THE STORE THAT'S SQUARE ALL OVER."
You Save Money If You
IJr. F. 1 I.ovclnml I.eetnres on
"Ibr Of of the Children' for
Benefit of Went Side
The sophomrre clnss of the Omaha IHkh
school last week took the reins In Its own
hands an1 a large aiuml left the' hlKh
school campus In a body and visited
Child's Point, carrying out in the lesser
Institution all the traditional features of
"sneak day" at the universities. The plans
of the other clnsse.j fell through or the
ranks of tht school would have been do-
pletwl. Only twenty-five or thirty of the
sophomores succeeded In getting away.
The faculty had given plenty of warning
that the move would not bo countenanced.
Now those who wtra absent are required
to make all of the time misled by remain-
lug one hour later each day for seven
days. All tho claps meetings of tho soph
omores have been prohlbittd. Those who
participated are forbidden tho holding of
any ponUi in of trust or engaging In ath
letic contest or other competitive contest
representing the school or class.
The- junior class was given a half holiday
Friday for having presented the best recji J
Slumial Training Pleases Patrons.
Thursday and Kr'uny afternoons at Ilaw
thomo school and Brown 1'ark school were
given over to a presentation of the work
accomplished In the manual training de
partment as far as It has been developed
in these schools. In both schools this was
the first year and the first public exhibi
tion. Hawthorne school gave ita enter
tainment Thursday and Brown Park Fri
day. At the former place a program waa
tnrlV0ft rnn.qlstlllflr of exhibition class
work In the manual training: departments
Penalties sttvh after this week if the
taxes are not paid. !
I'arn.le a! the !. j
The Smith Omaha Young Mn' Chris
tlan association hopes to get l.Oxl boys of'
he city to march In the parade thin mom- I
lug. The line of maroh will bo from Twen- ,
ty-foiirth street to the Exchange build ng
ard from ttieie to Armour's picking house
by way of Twenty-sixth street, finishing j
Spain at the place of beginning. Kranek's
band w ill lead the procession. The object
of the parade Is to boost for the assocla- !
tlon, which from this time Is to be devoted
to the boys- classes exclusively.
"Relations of Suffering to Satisfaction,"
is Ir. It. L. Wheeler's Sunday morning
theme. In the evening he will speak on,
"Some Readjustment, of Faith."
Itev. K. A. Jordan will peak on the
"Lettrs to the Seven Churches," Sunday
morning. In the evening ho will discuss
tho topic, "Individuality."
Ucv. J. N. Wa laoe will preach at the
Vnlted Presbyterian church.
Itev. Alfred O. White will bo relieved
Sunday morning and the Hlght Itev. Arthur
Wiillams will preach at St. Martin's church.
The apostle's rite of confirmation will be
observed at this Bcrvice. Rev. White will
BRIEF CITY NEWS
KIT! Boot Print It.
Zilfbtlna; riztnrea Burgsse-Qranden Co.
Tot Sale Thirty shares United Wireless
At 35. 2409 N street. Bouth Omaha.
1880 Rational Life Insuranoe Co 1910
Tr Cfefirlts' K. Ad. General Agent, Omaha. '
Store Your rine Tars In moth proof
vaults. Nominal cost. fShukerts, 15 & Har'y.
Some Ownership is the hope of every
family. Nebraska Savings and Loan asso
ciation show you the way. 106 Board of
Trade Bldg., 16th and Karnam, Omaha.
Horton Gets Mew Job--C. B. Horton has
been appointed assistant' superintendent of
the Third district ot the Western Union
Telegraph, company's. western division. The
announcement from the general offices
makes the appointment effective on May 1.
ifumtnt la Oronk Case Attorneys for
Mr. and Mrs.Oeorge P. Cronk argued Sat
urday the motion of the defendant for a
grant of $300 for an operation which the
defense asserts Mrs. Cronk ought to under
go. Judge Troup probably will rule on the
i Exposition 1 .Director Paas Through
Cturernor OUU-tt gf . California and mem
burs .of 'tlk ' IVJvutna-Paclflc Exposition
commission-will pass through Omaha Tues
day night at 11:40, While enroute from San
Vrancisco to'. Washington, 1 where they are
going in the. Interest of the exposition.
t.vmaIi Tl.mnn.tr.t.a WnnlilnePltv
H Plumbing Wpectur Lynch will on Monday
.pujrciviaa ail cjliiiuiliuii ui icvciinj iai
ented sanitary contrivances In the base
ment of the city hall. Mr. Lynch says
some of the things to bo shown in opera
tion have never been seen In the west
and he wants local builders and contractors
to have a chance to see them In opera
tion. Douglas Gbanty Veterans' Ksunlon A
Jj meeting of the officers and directors of the
9B Iouglas County Veterans' association Is
m called for Monday evening, "May 2. at 7:20
i in room 210, city hall, to discuss plans tor
'the anntiul reunion of the Douglas county
veterans .of. the civil wsr. The success of
r the reunion1 at "Floreace last year has In
clined the veterans favorably to that point
'' fqr" another year, and the Florence folks
(i ate after the reunion hard. The location
probably will be decided at Monday even
1 DANISH . SCIENTIST COMING
SIX MORE SALOON MEN CAUGHT
Federal Authorities Make Additional
Arrests for Selling: to Indians.
TOTAL IS NOW TWENTY-TWO
Special Agent Ilrenta Bays Ills 'Cru
sade Will Stop for m Time, as
He Thinks Lesson Has
by Pa Rourke
Big Pitcher Arrives in Omaha After
Eeceiving His Eelease at
. Pro. Hprba4, BoengUd. ( Copen
hagen to Speaks Before Omaha
' , Milk Dealers. .
F I i
Prpf. Bernhard Boegglld of the Royal
'.Planish Agricultural college, Copenhagen,
been dated by the Omaha Milk Ileal
JLX' association for an address to be given
InVils city. . Prof. Boegglld is due to ar
rive In' New York next week- for a tour of
the United States, during which he will ad-
d'resa-many learned' societies and 'colleges
v lie wUl be In' Omaha about the middle of
June, and hi address will be given at the
Young Men's Christian association rooms.
Local Panes will give him a reception and
banquet during his stay In Omaha. Ills
address at, the Young Meu's Christian as
soclatlori will be in English. -
Six more saloon men In addition to those
announced Friday will have to answer to
the federal grand Jury in September for
selling liquor to Indians.
They are Walter Larson, Patrick Qulnn,
Charles Gray and Charles McCarney, oper
ating saloons, and Hans Kruno and Charles
Rayburn of the Northwestern hotel.
KruBe and Raybum waived examination
and were bound' over to the grand jury In
$1,000 each, wliile the others got off with a
bond of $TO0 each. '
This makes total of twenty-two saloon-.
Ists of OmafiilTa'galnst whom charges have
been preferred for selling liquor to In
diana, and will conclude the present in
Say Lesson la Tauarht.
Special Officer C. E. Brents of the United
States Indian service said Saturday morn
ing: "We hope that the lesson given the
saloon men of Omaha this week will effect
the result of putting them on their guard
against the sale of Htrnor -to Indians. The
government does not wish to persecute
these men unfairly, but It does propose to
prosecute the violation of the federal laws
relative to the sale of liquor to Indians.
It has got to stop. It the federal law Is
not sufficient the state law will be In
voked. The flimsy excuse that the saloon
man did not know '(hat the party to whom
the liquor was sold was ' an Indian will
pot go. A campaign of but a few days has
shown the government that the efforts of
certain saloon men to dispose of their
wares regardless of the laws is paramount
to their consideration of discretion, and If
they fall to observe the proprieties of the
occasion, they will have to' take the conse
The work of the special officers In
Omaha has been suspended for the lmmed
diate present, but may be resumed at any
One of the notable features during the
hearings before United States Commissioner
Anderson has been the presence ot a couple
of suit cases of half pint bottles of boose
of various vintages and shades ot color that
hae btn follected and labeled as exhibits
in testimony against the saloon men.
When" you vant wnat you want when
you want It, say so through The Bee Want
Furchner, who was taken on trial by
AmPa Jtogrke from Clnnatl, has been released.
He pitched one game at Wichita In the
opening series and lost by a score of 8 to 3,
allowing six hits, passing two and striking
out two. He started a game at Denver,
Thursday, and was relieved by Hollenbeck,
after five men had scored in the first in
Pa evidently feels that tho twhier, who
made such a good record with Sioux City
in 1908, Is not able to hit up the pace he
did two years ago, and does not want to
take any chances.
Pa Rourke obtained Furchner from Cin
cinnati this spring. He paid $1,000 for him,
wttK the understanding that If he did not
show up in good shape within thirty days
he was to be returned to Herrmann at the
price paid for him.
Ha has the appearance of being in shape
and has had but little work and may yet
show the same speed that made him fa
mous In 1908.
Just where Furchner may land is a pre
diction that la hard to make, but It is
thought that Sioux City still has an eye
on him and may give him a trial. Furchner
left Saturday for Sioux City to have a
talk with the management of that club.
Who will take the place of the big one
Is not known here, but It Is surmised that
a pitcher will be obtained from Pittsburg,
as Pa has one coming from that club in
place of Dunkln.
Furchner arrived in Omaha Saturday
morning from Denver and says the Rourkes
aro playing good ball, but are unlucky in
is No Orator
Mr. Brailey Explains that Past and
' Present Occupations Have Lim
ited Forensic Endeavor.
Hallwar Motes aael Personals.
Chief Clerk li J. Brown of the Union
Pacific has returned from a trip to Chi
cago. R, A. Smith of the advertising depart
ment of the Ufilon Pacific has returned to
Omaha after a few days' visit with friends
Vice President and General Manager A.
I. Mohler of the Union Pacific has re
turned to Omaha, after a week's trip over
the company's lines.
General Passenger Agent George W.
Boyd of the Pennsylvania lines ho sent a
communication to the local railroads to the
effect that the plans for a Wall street spe
cial train to the Jeffries-Johnson fight have
been abandoned, owing to a lack uf confi
dence In the event.
, Is Mnde by the Goodrich Co. All seamless tube. Every
Foot Warranted. '
Sheriff Brailey was called on for a speech
at Zlon Baptist church Friday night when
distinguished negroes from, Oklahoma, who
were present on their, way to St. Paul to
fight the Jim Crow law In the circuit court
"I am not a speaker," said the sheriff.
"I never had any training In that line.
For fifteen years 1 was engaged In a bust
ness where I dealt with men whoae con
dltlon did not enable them to do great deal
of talking and since I have been sheriff I
nave naa mucn to ao with lawyers, and
they Insist on doing all the talking."
The sheriff Is an undertaker.
Triton, Torrent, Cascade, Whirlpool and Artesian are all
.. ' Big Sellers.
Goodrich Hose has no Competitor, either in price or quality.
Jas. fctat : Sons. Co.
, Exclusive Omaha Selling Agenta.
' Lawn Uowers and. Wire Cloths.
1511-1513 DODGE STREET
Bad Picture Views
Are Continuing Search to Find the
Owner of Obscene Motion
A warrant for ttie arrest of G. V. Byrnes
in connection with the campaign of the
police against Improper pictures was Issued
The case which now Involves Byrnes
originated with the confiscation of a pic
ture machine at NlDth and Capital avenue.
The machine at that time was alleged to be
the property ot James Ish. It has slnoe
been learned, aceordlng to the police, that
Byrnes placed the questionable pictures
In the machine.
WOMAN AND LARGE SUM
DISAPPEARS BY MAGIC
Mrs. Kartell Says PlrM Coatalalac
flOa Was Takea by Asalstaat
"I just left the kitchen for a few mo
ments and when I name back she and the
pocketbook were gone." It was thus Mrs.
Hartell, XI 10 Douglas street told the police
ot the disappearance of a negro woman
hired to do housework Friday and a
pocketbook containing l'06. (the said she
thought the woman's name was Morrison
and that site lived at Twenty-fourth and
Davenport streets, but up to the present
the dettcUves have neither been able to
locale the evanescent wotuan or the tulsa
from the kindergarten up. Tho classes In
bench work, clay modeling und sewing
were shown at work. Specimens of work,
Including all the perfected articles, were
arranged In a big exhibit room where hun
dreds of parents and friends took great
prldo In them and expressed the greatest
At Brown Park Friday a similar pro
gram was carried out. The primary grades
gave a musical number. The second grade
pupils gave a dramatised reading. The
seventh and eighth grades gave a fine ex
hibition of the methods .used In teaching
sewing. Prof. Nichols and Miss Meyers
conducted the classes, the former in bench
work and the latter in clay modeling. The
exhibits were excellent. The teachers were
a trifle anxious as to what the patrons
would think, but they nfed have had little
fear, for the highest praise was poured
out for the new work. It Is evldont that
the next few years will see a vast change
In instruction In the grades in the South
Omaha schools, In which the work of
manual training will play a greater and
"Cry of the Children."
Rev. Dr. Frank L. Lov eland of the First
Methodist church of Omaha, gave his lec
ture last night at the Methodist. church of
South; Omaha for the benefit of the West
Side mission. The attendance was fair. Dr.
Loveland chose as his topic the Cry df
tho Children." He . emphasised the right of
the child to be well bom. "It is a more
faulty theory of economics, to liree poor
specimens of human 'kind, ' than if the
biceder of stock were t persist In rear
ing the worst blood in his herd. The fact
remains, however, and It Is Illustrated by
the thousands of pinched, unhappy, flaccid
faces of children that they lack the essen
tial points of well-bred animals. Beneath
the burden of an Ineffective body the wail
of their souls arises to God.
Humanity has not the right to bring
such offspring into existence. We have
as a church, spent too much time em
phasizing the fact that we must be born
again. Now, would it not be better if we
had been born right the first time.
We spend a vast amount of effort In
revivals, in campmeetlngs and chautau-
auas to save a formless, besotted adult
and we are too delicate to insist on observ
ance of laws which would give the indl
vldual power to resist the inroads of pas
Expense ot Crime.
The state spends enormous sums In con
victing and punishing adults for every
species of crime., Douglas county spends
$300,000 annually In its department of Jus
tlce. Yet when an appropriation Is askea
for steps to prevent crime a tremendous
opposition Is met. But of late better signs
are coming. The Juvenile court has adopted
the principle of prevention as opposed to
punishment. The duty Ot the state Is no
longer looked upon aa It was.
"The church and the state have spent
a vast amount of time preparing divorce
laws, but the laws covering marriage are
limited to an age qualification only. All
the penalties of mlsmatlng and of unfore
seen causes of unhapptntss could best be
prevented before the marriage bond Is en
tered. I, for one, advocate the requirement
of a rigid physical examination to the can
didates; for with all the romantic un
realities which we love to cast about the
union of men and women, broader than all
sentiment, or creed, or intellect is the
physical man and physical woman. WaJl
Irg, unwelcome children are not found in
homes of perfect physical harmony."
Jesse Carr Dismissed.
Jesse Carr was given his preliminary
trial and dismissed before Judge Callanan
yesterday from the charge ot shooting with
Intent to wound. He was charged with
shooting Fred Fryson, a negro of Omaha.
at the residence of a man named I'age, or
Pldgepn, on the night ot April 21. Th
evidence showed that Fryson had come to
South Omaha looking for trouble and had
formerly threatened Jesse Carr. He en
tered the place pretending to be looking
for his wife and while he looked through
every room he failed to see Carr. He went
down the stairs and Is said to have been
told that Carr was still in the rooms. He
started back upstairs, when Carr stepped
out on a landing above him and fired two
shots at him. One shot struck Frysun .-
the stomach, Inflicting a flesh wuurd. The
court held that Carr fired la sttf.-tiefense.
itev ftbalts Trya ttt Lave.
Bteve Shults, a German, who i complain
ing witness In a robbery cvse Involving
two negroes who have been ttouo-1 over to
the district court, was induced it Isnti
town, and he was in the act of leaving
last night when discovered by the police.
They arrested him to preserve his evidence.
Incidentally he was having a social glass
and when ha found he was to be put In
Jail he seised a pint flask of pure alcohol
and drank It all before the police could
reach him. The mild Intoxicant never feazed
(eaaty Taxes Comae Fast.
The corporations ot South Omaha are
paying their county taxes at present In
South Omaha. The taxes amount to about
as much for the county as they did last
fall for the city. The packers ar there
fore paying from M.000 t V-i 000 each. The
Union Stock Yards company will pay
about Jt,000. The sublreasury is at pres
ent a very busy place. It is expected thai;
the bulk will be In within three days.
conduct the holy communion service at
S a. in. at St. Clement's mission. The sub
ject of the morning sermon will be, "Doers,
Not Hearers." The bishop will conduct the
confirmation suvlco at this church In tho
evening. Itv, A. O. White will assist lilm.
Tho choir at St. Clement's church has
organized a guild and taken the name ot
St. Cfcl.la s guild. Mrs. Oliver Polcar Is
ptesident, Miss Hazel Uoddard, vice presi
dent; Mrs. Zastera, treasurer, und Miss
Emma Kaufman secretary.
"The Battle Belongs to Qod," Is the sub
ject of Rev. George Van Winkle's address
at tho Baptist church. The evening topic
tieorjte Jamesou Dead.
Gcorgo Jameson diet yesterday nt the
county hospital after an Illness of many
weeks. He will be remembered with much
Undly feeling by tho men of the South
Omaha Live Stock exchange, being a fa
miliar figure In the lobby. He made a
humble subsistence by selling canes which
he made himself by whittling with his Jack
knife. Many a stockman has mndo It a
point to buy one of his canes and very
few of tho stockmen of Nebraska have
been In South Omaha who have not sc?:j
Jameson In his place and his stock in
trade has often been depleted by the gener
osity of these men. He was old and during
the last year had been ill much of the
time. His last place of residence In South
Omaha was at 520 North Twenty-sevenvh
street. The funeral will take place from
Brewer's chapel at 2 p. m. today.
Charles Kewtr Dies Alone.
Charles Newey died alone at 2716 Q
street Saturday morning In the Gross
rooming house. He had been 111 and under
the care of Dr. John Koutsky. It was not
thought Friday night that he was In Im
mediate danger, but Saturday morning
when the manager of the houso made his
rounds at 6:15 o'clock he found Newey in a
dying condition. The police and a phy
sician were called, but before they arrived
he had died. Ho was an Englishman of
advanced age, haying no relatives in the
city. Some of Ms old-time friends win see
that he has a good burial. He was a
laborer In the packing houses.
Magic City Gossip.
The Eastern Star will hold an Initiation
tonight at Masonic hall.
Rudolph Honlg is building a new. home
at Fortieth and V streets.
Andrew Bazes Is erecting a cottage, at
Thirty-third and Z streets.
Charles Dirksmler wns taken to tho
county hospital lust night for treatment
Rev. and Mrs. D. " W. Stambaugh of
Plainvlew. Neb., are visiting In rfouth
Omaha for a few days.
Jack Fitzgerald has a match scheduled
wifTi Ole Peterson of Denver to be fought
at North Platte Tuesday. v
Miss Freda Thablor Vis returned from
Tilden, Neb., where ?he lias been a special
nurse under Dr. S. A. Campbell.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McDonald of Ealrd.
Ia., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
McDonald ot South Omaha at . the Gree;-hotel.
John Mitchell and Miss Frances Huletl
were iparrled Thursday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Hulett, the parents ot the
Chauncey Bnrnhrook and Miss Kffle E.
GUliard of Omaha were married Thursday
by Rev. Dr. R. L. Wheeler. They will
make their home in South Omaha.
Don't foro-ot the embroidery sale at
Flynn's today and tonight: bring your list
along with the other things you need; you
win rind goods that please ana prices that
please. e have had more than one cus
tomer lately ask us how we did It. Nicer
goods for the same money or the same
goods for less money that Is what we aim
at and we hit the mark pretty regularly.
Vou may come with that kind of a feeling
and you won't go away disappointed. We
are showing new things In every depart
ment In the house clesn. up-to-date good
values, 'that give you the feeling: I have
n.y money's worth when you buy. We are
here to prove every word to you. Will you
let us? John Flynn & Co.
We p-urcliased five carloads of the highest quality pianos, Including
Upright, Baby Grand, Concert Grand, and Tlajer Pinna, from the
WKSTKKX STOKAfiK AM) KKM'tTlOX CO., of CHICAGO,
at our own spot cash price, including all the World's Standard Make
Never lieftn-o in the history of the Tlano IIunIiicss were uch
Pianos as these offered nt these remarkably low prices. If you Intend v
to buy in the near future, take advantage of this offer to secure a
strictly high grada piano at less than the wholesale cost, sold to you
under an Iron Clad 25-jear guarantee of perfect satisfaction.
Her we give a partial list of the special offerings during this
great Factory Piano Stock Sale
.Knabe & Co. $115
Decker Bros 8135
Keller ............ 8147
Knabe & Co. 8160
Stein way Grand ...-8450
McPhall Grand $550
Knabe & Co 8200
Vose & Sons $210
I vers & Pond 8228
Price & Teeple .."...$180 '
Wall worth $180
Knabe & Co $375
Chickerlng & Sons, $315
Hardman Grand ..$300
Emerssn Grand ....$-100
We have sold pianos to your neighbors throughout the states of
Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Colorado, Wyoming and the Dakotas
for over fifty-one years.
Our records for fair dealing and honest values has been entAblUhed
i Ask youi1 neighbor,, who has one of our pianos, he wfll tell you that
this Is the best pitted to buy a dcendahle piano.
CALL MOMMY SELKCT THK PIAXO YOU AVAXT PAY -VOR IT
At Your QYin Terms -SI a Wesk Will Do
If it is not convenient for you to call, write us, and 'we will mail
you immediately," Catalogues and price lists of new arid second-hand
pianos, and give you full descriptions of all the different Instruments
we carry In stock. .
Main Office, 1311-1313 Farnam St.
BRANCH STORES South Omaha, 431 X. 24th St.; Lincoln, 183 8.
11th St.; Coupctl Bluffs, 11 8. Main St.; Sioux City, 408 Fourth St.
Also 150 distributing agencies throughout the " United States.
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"No Mill in Any Land
Can Mill a Batter Brand"
Lose at Lincoln
Gate City High School Squad Defeated!
at Capital by Vote of Two
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April 30. (Special Telegram.)
Omaha Hlirh school debaters lost to the
Lincoln Hlrh school team tonight on the
question: "Resolved, That labor unions, on
tha whole, are beneficial." The locals up
held the negative side of the question, win
ning the decision by a vote of two to one
from the three Judges.
The Omaha team was made up of George
Grimes, James Van Avery and Harold
Moon, and the Lincoln squad ot John Far
rell, Paul Northrup and Clsrk Dickinson.
The Judges were B. C. Bishop, stats sup
erintendent of schools; Jasper L. McBrlen
and Prof. Perslnger. The debate was held
in the auditorium of the local high school
SOCIALIST ORGANIZER TALKS
Joba M. Work of Chicago Sara People
Mast Operate Industries fur
Benefit of All.
atlvM.t . w'ven irriday merit to some u.u
mn vM women gathered in the Lyric
theater to hear John M. Work of Chicago,
r.atlon.r:. rganlxer of the socialist party, as
a B'.'Hu'jn of tha problem of the present
prices of meats.
By msklng tha packing houses public
property," said ha, "you would be able
to buy everything at tha actual cost of
production and that Is all anyone should
Mr. Work was enunclstlng the bedrock
principles of socialism that tha people
should have control not only of tha public
utilities but tha Industries of the country
lie had, however, no sympathy with tha
trust buster. The trusts, he declared, had
ystematlsed Industries and mada It pos
sible to produce tha necessities of Ufa with
a smaller expenditure of human energy
That good feature tha socialists would
preserve, but tha bad feature that nearly
all of tha benefit went to a few capital
ists who tiappened to be on the Inside of
the trusts would be abolished when Indus.
tries were established and managed In
tha Interest of tba people aa a whole.
Divorced Husband of Ruth Bryan
Will Beach Lincoln Sunday
Still After Children.
LINCOLN, ' April 30. The reported dec
laration of William Homer Leavltt, di
vorced husband of Ruth firfaa Leavltt,
that ha might come to Lincoln and try to
prevent the marriage of Mrs. Leavltt and
Lieutenant Owen If he was -not given cus
tody of the Leavltt children, is not taken
seriously by members of the Bryan family,
although they declined to discuss tha matter.
Thsmas 8. Allen, uncle of Mrs. Leavltt,
who acted as her attorney in the divorce
proceedings, today received a dispatch from
Mr. Leavltt, dated at Columbus, O., de
manding to know the location of the chil
dren and that he be notified of their where
abouts. Mr. Allen would not disclose the
reply he made. The children are In Ger
many. Mrs. Lcavitt Is expected to arrive
in Lincoln Sunday. Lieutenant Owen Is
due the same day.
COLUMBUS, O.. April W.-W. H. Lelvltt,
former son-in-law of William Jennings
Bryan, tonight sent Mr. Bryan a telegram
In reference to tha re-marrlage of Mrs.
"Have no intention ot -stopping wedding;
wish Ruth much happiness, but I mean to
have possession of my children."
Jacksonville:, hi., April . Mrs.
Ruth Bryan Laavitt, who Is tha guest of
M. Y. Dunlap here, said today that she
would make no reply ta tha statement of
her former husband, In which ha an
nounced bis Intention of attempting to re
gain their children.
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