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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1922)
THE SUNDAY !!EE: OMAHA. SEPTEMBER 10, 1922.
Men Named in
Selected in Ballotine
Conducted ly Mrmhrri of
Omaha Athletic Club
140 Votei Cait.
John L. Kennedy, George Bran
Hen, Walter F. Head, Dr. Harold (iif.
ford, Kverett Buckingham and Ward
Hurgrss are Omaha' six most public-spirited
men, according to a see
ret vote conductrd among 140 mem
ber of the Omaha Athletic club.
Kditora of Goldenrod, official pub
lication of the club, conducted the
balloting and announced the results.
The complete mrmbmhip of the
club was not polled, it was announced,
because directors of the conteit de
sired to prevent possibility of cam
paigning. The 140 members voted for a total
of 90 men and the count showed that
the six nan named, in that order, re
ceived the largest number of votes.
Only the club's auditor and Golden
rod editors are supposed to know the
names of men to whom letters were
sent askinu them to cast ballots.
Hafctingg & Heyden Sell
Dewey Apartment House
The Dewey apartment house lo
cated at the southwest corner at
Thirty-third street and Dewey Ave
nue was sold lat week by Hastings
& I ley den to Mrs. JIulda Litiberg,
for $,X)0, This building contains 14
apartments mid was erected in 1914,
by Hastings K Heyden.
Slater Company Buys
Two Acreage Tracts
The purchase of two tracts of
acreage property was announced last
week by the Slater company, along
with the announcement of plans for
development of one tract this fall,
and the other next spring.
The tract to be developed, this
fall, is 10 seres on Sixtieth street
south, of Center street, purchased
through the Hsrnsm Smith company.
Several small houses are to be built
there this fall, and the tract divided
into large sited lots.
The other tract is a 40 acre piece
just north of Forest Lawn cemetery
and west of Florence, This ground
is wrll wooded and high. It was pur
chased by the Slater company from
the Parker estate, which is the
estate from which the Charles W.
Martin company bought the ground
known as Minne Lua, also the
ground now being developed as
This 40 acres Is to be developed
and improved next spring, according
to K. M. Slater, head ol the Slater
New York Investor Makei
Profit on St. Louia Flat
The St. Louis flats at 609-9! Ml
II South Nineteenth street were
sold last week by Glover & Spain
to Fred Htinikcr for $21,500. an in
crease of $7,0X) over the price paid
for the property five years ago by
the former owner, James C John
son, a New York investor.
Mr. Johnson never saw the prop
erty, although he owned it five years.
He bought it through correspond
ence with the Payne h Carnaby
company, his realtor representatives:
in Omaha. During the time that
Mr Johnson owned the property the
building paid htm an income en its
increaxd valise, according to Payne
Third Building Show
to Be Held April 2-7
The third annual complete building
show will be held at the Auditorium
April 2-7, incluive, according to an
announcement made yesterday by
Charles A. Frankr, manager of the
exhibition. Arrangements are now
being made with a number of con
struction experts, as well as several
editors of magarines dealing with
home building, to have them preent
at the show tor a series of lectures.
It is predicted by the management
of the exhibition that the third show
will excel in many ways the others.
One feature will be tlie tatet im
provements In residential conduc
tion. Glover & Spain Slea
for Week Total $71,000
Six real estate sales were reported
by Glover & Spain the last two
weeks, totaling $71,000. Following
are the sales;
317 North Fifty-first avenue. Frani
Nelson to E. H. Deputy (through
Willard Slabaugh). $16,750.
4416 Farnam street, to Mary J.
J616 Lincoln boulevard, Mrs. John
Parrish to J. T. Shea (through
Walsh-Elmer company), $fl,5Hl.
4J8 North Thirty-eighth avenue to
Dr. S. E. Isaacson, $7,500.
5105 Webster street, F, S. Martin
to Rabbi Frederick Colin. $12,000.
609-609.-61 1-61 1 Ji South Nine
trenth street, Jamrs C. Johnson to
Fred Hunsickcr, $21.500.-
Bee Want Ads are the best busi
Payne Company Sales
for Week Total $68,925
Tbt Taynt Investment company
in the last two weeks made 12 sales
of city property totaling $oi,92J.
With one exception the properties
sold were homes. There was one
vacant lot in the list,
Following is the list of sales,
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liam lWiia Hkivaatt IS It, IS, Hue
tm Nori. Taraalrfiral airaal,
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la Rout) flfir sir. Mart
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im Mli ir I, Jut, iiai, I ArlW
noa.ahl.nl. SI IS.
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W. V. .ia. I ,
' SMS Norm Twanty.tliM . H. M
Hull 1 Kof.al llun-h (tbruub Ik C. IS,
luhl ratianyl, SI. IKS.
u:l iMtuib Ntn.ia.nln airaal, H. W.
Uull I M. N. Nalaoa. II tut.
fits J. aural avanua. Ilru kUMatl I
U:i II. A barman 4.0o
IS Mavpnn nua, liana Slarfar la
rt-.l t'aii.ua librouik J. J. UIibill,
IMS Mapla r.t. Oabrlal 4rn I
Amr Kdairom. ts.ttt..
Mann an.l una hall f -ra at f.irtr ninth
nl Hrowna irata A. J, aalatroiu Is
lianrial s.lorno. H ISS.
lint North rmrtaall wn. Harrr
Matlawa, lu Ba St. Claps, .l.
$200 Advance in Price
Announced for Acreage
An increase in price of $200 per
acre t ffective September 20 has been
announced by Hastings & Heyden
on all the northwest acreage con
trolled by that firm.
I his acreage includes auuitioni
known as Benson Gardens and Ben
son Acres. These additions are be
ing built up rapidly, there being over
two hundred homes in Benson Gar
dens alone. There are only a few
tracts remaining unsold and K. B.
Hastings, president of the firm, be
lieves the addition will be entirely
rold out by the erid of the month.
Shivering Mayor Admits He Backslid
But Vow AW Ih'll Hold Out Till 15th,
EnJ of Proclaimed Straw Hot Seaton
Thousands Acclaim Him as Benefactor
Mayor Jun Dalilman wavered
with indrcUion yesterday as regards
bis proclamation extending the straw
hat season to September IS,
He gared at two hats on a rack
in bis ofhre, lovingly at a battered
old straw and in doubt at a drtby
leposmg at its side.
"Yes," he admit u-d as be putted
bis coat a little tighter around him
and pressed bis chin against his col
lar to keep out chitting brecies, "I
am a barklid-r. I wore the derby
this morning, but" and he thumped
hit fist on bit desk, "I'll stick to my
proclamation. It shall not happen
"He it ever to cold "and again be
thumped the poor old desk resound
ingly "I'll wear my dear old straw
until the 15th."
, Thousanda Rejoice, 1
Whereupon he lilted the summrr
lid and placed it gently on his dome.
Hundreds, yea thousands, of men
acclaimed the mayor as a benefactor
at a result of the issuing of the
firorlamation, although a few frank
y declared, "The mayor be hanged,"
Here's what they laid:
Frank Stone. District Court Bailiff
"I'll throw it away in a frw days;
it is getting old.
F.lfred Matthews, Abslrater I
wilt wear mine six days longer. My
wife took my toft hat to the cleaner."
"Last Roto of Summer,"
A. II. Murdoch. Attorney "My
motto it 'Waste not, want not,' " .
Cornelius Farrrtl, Deputy District
Clerk "I dislike to spend money or
Kobert Switsler. Attorney "I'll
wear it until tomouow."
Pat Tobin, Abstractor "Miue's the
last rote ot summer."
Guy Dorsey, a County Surveyor
"I'm saving it for breakfast food a
week from Sunday,"
II...... l,lt,L. "!,,:., la .111.
card the old headgear in a few days.
Certainly I will observe the mayor'a
- . ,
T. F, Sturgess "Going to wear
the bat until the ISth. The mavor
gave ut that right, 1 am a law abid
"Ashamed of It."
J. T. Dysart "At long as the
atmospheric conditions are O. K, I
will wear my hat. The mayor'i
proclamation meant nothing to me.
If lh llii-riunmlrr rlimbs to U0
Thankigiviiig day I will wear the
John Battin "Oht The str.iw bat I
I'm ashamed of it. 1 have decided
to discard it Monday, I was only
waiting for the new fall styles to
Judge George Holmes "I am go
ing to wear my Panama until it stays
cold. I'm a good friend of Mayor
Dalilman, but his proclamations
mean nothing in my 'young life."
Irvinff Stalmaster "I have to
wear my lid until the 15th. I am
with the mayor- I think hit wtt a
great proclamation (or young bai
, "Won't Rush Season,"
Max Fromkiu "My 'intended' in
forms me to wear it unnl it is cold.
So I guess I will abide by her de-
County Judge Crawford! net.
er like to rush a season."
A. II. Vosburgh, Juvenile Officer -
I shall wear my straw hat, pains
beach suit and white thot until
Henry Bcal. Deputy County Altor.
ney "My wife just cleaned mine
and I'm to proud of it wrar jt
until it't dirty again."
"On a Bet."
Abel V. Shotwell, County Altor
liey"! am depend. ng on the mayor'i
proclamation to protect my ttraw hat
until September IS."
George DeUcy, Attorney "Just
bought a new car and have to econo
mise on hats,"
, E. A. Baird, Attorney "I'm wear
mg It on a bet."
Jerry Howard, Politician ad La
boring Man "I've been so busy
talking politics that I clean forgot to
hunt up me other one."
John Yeager, Deputy County At
torney "I'm trying to get the great
est service out of this one."
Charles Unitt, County Commis
sioner "I'm too poor to buy a new
Trying to Save,
Raymond Corfey, Chief Deputy
County Attorney "I think I'll wear
the hay Welly all winter "
District Judge A. C. Trour-"Itt
a good hat; why pot it away?" . ,
District Judge Charles Leslie
"I'm trying to tave wear and tear
on my winter hat." ,
District Judge A. C. Wakeley
I read the other day where some
girls at a Country club imnhrd all
the men's straw hit a tnJrtW
I'll put mine away toon.
William lUlltr, tout I Reporter-
"I base no time to buy new or..
There'a No Hurry.
Dittrkt Judge Willis Stars "I S"t
relying on the mayor'i prot Umstn u
ol amnesty ir my stiaw bat tdl
Rev, Father William Sanson-!
am having my other one el'snrd,'
John U. Palmer, Court Clerk!
have sis children."
Kliner '1 nomas, Attorney "Then
it no hurry about changing the sirs
bat, no hurry."
Frank Dewey, County Ceik.."Thi
Panama bat with pur .In band it "
pretty that I want to give the public
a treat by wearing it as Imtg it pos
sible." Tom O'Connor, County Comniis
tmner "I wasn't renotinnatrtf so 1
have to econom sr ."
Nick Halter. MM Pound Deputy
Sheriff "The straw bd makes me
At the C. of C.
J. David Larson, committlunef of
the Chamber ol Commerce, enterrif.
yesterday, wore a fedora. W. A, Litis,
assistant commissioner, wore hit
Harry Wattt of the Strand lhea
tcr, Julmt Johnson and AuguM Her
man of the Kialto discarded the f
straws several days ago.
C. F Childe, director of the traffic
bureau o( the Chamber ol Com
merce, has supplanted his siraw U t,
. -,.i.i... ii, i... -..-..
secretary of the foreign trade anil
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