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Omaha citizens took interest in the work that Rev. A.W. Clark had undertaken

From the Omaha World-Herald: “Aside from the moral aspect of the question, as an item of taxes, if Mr. Clark rescues and turns even two boys from their course towards the penitentiary and mold them into good and industrious citizens as shown by statistics, every dollar invested in this work would save the people two in taxes. As a cold business proposition, we can afford it. As a tribute to a splendid man who is laboring to prevent neglected boys and girls from taking the wrong road, we shall feel happier for the aid extended. Don’t forget him in your own time and in your own way.”