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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1924)
Realty Active During Week; Transfers Total $250,000 for Six Days
Home Offers New
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t*rmr.Hil*lianl • oitipatn M«*.
itipiM \Hrarli\r Onr Story
Itiiopaloo lo Supply
Wnh ih* Inmaatn* d*m*mt for
tioin** of itutini'tlv* typra Ih-odln*
Hi* mark*t, Orwv*-Hibbard a •'«.
Ii»v# |hp|w*»pi1 plnn* fur * hWM that
I* both oriRtnnl R«<l Individual.
Alnmllo*, «■ (hoy mil III* <l»**lRn, I*
n lomhtnnllon M a*v#r*l tVI** "f
•mall ham**. Tlwr* l* *»m»lhlnR I"
*iiE(**t Hi* colonial. Hi* Hp*ni*h aod
Hi* *1 r* iRhl Am*rtown huiiRRlow,
Th* hmi** I* iilhnni-d lo npnc* In »
••Min* of prnrllrnl IntidwaplOR. IJk*
*v*ry *niilhprn lyp* lioin* ll n**d*
th* #ff*r| Of RinwInR thtOR* to prop
*rlv ahow It* tipniilifiil lino*.
Ksterior W'rll I’lannril.
To this end a spacious driveway
has been planned. The walk4a broad
and a flight of ateps lead up the He
vatlon from the atreet. A white
picket fence encompasses the back
yard, lending an air of privacy. Green
blinds In the windows, a green roof
sgd the trimming that Is afforded by
iTe green of growing plants com
pistes the general Idea of the land
scaping and exterior decorations.
The porch Is a pergola. It Is set
a little Into the building so that, from
the atreet. It screens the front door
perfectly and yet obstructs none of
the view of the place. Rather than
detracting from the bungalow effeet
of the house It adds a needed touch.
Interior Well Arranged.
The front door opens into a. spa
cious living room, which Is divided
from a dining room by cabinets. A
flreplace Is so arranged In this room
that its cheerful light brightens the
dining room as well as the living
room. Two large windows open onto
the porch. One from the dining
room and one from the living room.
Across the living room is the en
trance to a sun parlor. This sun par
lor Is far enough toward the rear of
the house so that in the summer It
may conveniently l>e used as a sleep
ing porch. •
A passage to the kitchen opens
from the dining room. FrtWn this
passage opens the breakfast nook.
Along one side of the corridor, or
hallway, la a cabinet for dishes. This
Is designed to appeal to the house
wife who hss realized that gtcps
must be saved In a home.
Kltehen Is Compact.
The kitchen Itself Is well planned.
It Is compact In every detail. Am
ple cabinet space has been provided
and well planned windows Insure s
maximum of ventilation. The wln
pM^s*’s also make the room exception
ally light and make the use of ar
tificial light unnecessary except on
the shortest days of winter.
Entrance to the bedrooms Is gained
from the dining room. A hallway
connects the two rooms, one of which
Is in the front corner of the house
and the other In the hack. The lailh
opens from this hall and Is lietween
the two rooms.
Kxoeptkmally large windows havn
been planned for the imam. The en
tire house may lie easily ventilated
in summer and as easily heated In
While the entire plan of the house
Is to have a place that Is compact
It, st the some lime, provides a very
titrate HuBt Apart From Home.
The garage Is not built Into the
house Itself hut Is s so pirate build
ing. It la easily accessible, however,
even In winter. The driveway Is so
planned that It Is but a step from
the back door of the house along the
1 drive to the front doer of the garage.
All In all the plan of the house
supplies a long felt wart of 'he home
seeker. It Is the sort of place that
the average person dreams of.
SHOWN BY HUPP
Tn the educational Hupmobtl* parts
display, now being shown by Its dis
tributor* and dealer* to motorists
throughout the country. Is Illustrated
the sweeping improvements, the au
tomobile Industry has contributed to
ward better steels. The Industry chief
ly responsible for the high grad*
nickel, chrome, molybdenum nnd
other steel alloys now extensively
*-*»d In the better motor cars, as well
as In other fine machinery.
“A parts board takes th* mystery,
out of the motor csr," says O.
Hutchison, general sales manager of
the Hupp Motor Car corporation. “It
gives you th# facta that count. Huying
a ear with knowledge of what la In
It, is the sound, businesslike way.
>nd finding out whut I* In these
vital parts is a libera! education In
what wake* wotor car value. The
whole question of price and value,
money’s worth and satisfaction. Is
bound up In thes* immensely Impnit
McGiiigan Join* Kcalty
William Mr<Juljr*r», «»f ih'
Ctt.'wh ton law college, ha# been
added to the sales department of the
D. Hutchinson company.
The legal training and the wide sc |
Oualntancs among Ornahan* of Me
Otiigan are expected to prove of great
vslue to his new employer*, .lake
Murphy, manager of the real estate
department of th* concern, declared
that he believed the addition to be
one of the best In recent months.
f W illard Check* lip One
Auainst Mr. Volstead
Official* of th* Wittard Storage
Battery Co., Cleveland, O., are becom
ing diaturbed over th* prohibition sit
uation all over th* country. Bairels
of diatllled water *ent to service sta
tion* for fillip* storage hottfiles are
disappearing a* soon as they are
empty, and sometimes ls>f»re.
One srrvlcs station dealer wrote
r* utplainln* that the last /three he had
j disappeared, and asked for another to
be i.i baled "poison."
Cheerful Southern Home
Real Estate Sales
Show an Increase
Dundee and North Side Dis
trict* Show Greatest Amount
of $250,000 Business.
Activity In real estate in almost
every section of Omaha wa* brink last
week. The Dundee district and the
North Side showed the greatest signs
of the approach of the annual spring
The total amount of money In
volved In the transfers will amount to
As recorded the transfers are:
i KNTK VI..
A .1. ftOilaetf-r lit .Vari* Flannery, 7D
Smith Thirtieth wttert. |r, :*&4i.
M-irfh* (lalnea to !•:. It Ptfflff, north
\V0H ct,rn**r I'nrk avenue and I,«'»wn
worth "t lntNh tpnrtmftt*,'* lin.eeu
K P. Itenl to a, .1 srtilueior, III avail*
Thirtieth »tr*et, |6,2Si.
Fannie Tea a mi or f«» tamiore Hwartl, 4f2f>
Klllth H Kirhpw ink to r'hrlatine F
fi tea. north weal cornei Fif* y-ind
t tidfi >%<•<.•! ivantia, I4.IHI0.
T .1 S'hrnldt to Helm (Inland. Flfiy
n*ih between Jackson ami Howard
H tf. Harrett to Halim* \f Kwoll. Ill
Smith Ifnpny Hollow Isoulevi nl, $7,200
K, H. Hum* to .feaal* K, ban'alter,
144 North FJrtv-nintll wtr**et. $4.eon.
Until* Sloe hi r ir t«» II It. f.lnyd, aouth
eaaf i «rn*r Fort) righlli and Vamain
Mi iff* a. f|«J. 500
Verona I'e terpen to A F Johnaon,
aoii i h*-fix t cor re** Pa-npiot and Happy
H allow bAHltvard,
F 4*. 11 ora re k » Co., to Zorah W.
flarey, 6117 Nichole a meet, 914,600.
MM TM OM %ll %.
Pathna A, Murph/ to .1. .1. Fl-*nac.
«’.J'fO Mouth Twenty third atraat, 14,00*.
K .1. Narnao ft» W I,. Browning, Thlr
t**nth batnr<*#»n I* and o. iintr.i, $4 loo
Anna B. Kionk* to (itortr Itrtvi, *410
Mouth Mlxtaanth air**♦, 14.700
K«.n*t»nfz to John WirfbiM. 4522-21
Mouth Twanty-aizth afr****», $5,000
B X. Hob*rfaon to Krnllln* Peak#, 2117
Hoot h Thirli fourth rtrcat. $4,500
William Mkoicirian to William HlOltly,
1619-12 14-10 Park a vino*, $28,000
Mt. P*tar» church to c. <» Mhalburg.
north***!. rornar Thirty-*** and and
Pacific atraat a, $4,ono
P 7. Johnaon to M K. Ih^rwin, 6205
North Tw*nty-*lfth avanua. $0,000.
P. f. Johnaoo ’ o M K. P*ar«dn, 2*20
K|or*r»r<t hotfl*vard, $7.0#0.
If, A, Wolf company to T.udvlr Wnfi
• 7 4 North Twenfy-*f*l»th a4»**t. *4. >o
Anno M M* Hnd|*r t*» Kill Wtrahbo, 246?
Pamdon arantia. $0,160
Abraham ?tivld*mi to M«mt»a| Gold war#,
220* Hurdalt* afr«>*t. 14 0
Jlin# F. W*a'*rg#rd »*» W. 7, Morton,
Jr, 1*03 Pratt afroat. $-.,§9J
J J Nalarm to B*f*ha M K»tk. *414
N«**th T-yant-, •tfchth av*nu*. $4,3f'ft
Mit.m HarM*oo to G*orga ff«to*on, S2?4
North T'wantv nltPh atr*af, $4,75*
Prudanc# It***-** to Murah I B**rnan,
nortw*at aorn*r Ttrri!|f-fl(|h»li avcnu*
and Nona *‘ra*t, $17,9*0
If A. Tul**y to f». If, Courlnay, 2*95
Hurt wiraot. It,’.©*.
T. K. Huff t i Aiifuat Fink*. 2(94 fim*
da», av*nu*. $4 CO#
If. If ll»tp«*r to Al»*find«r Wllhalm.
2$<»7 North Tw*nt * a*%» nfh *tra*t, $4.2#o
fuaiina K Fink* to Han la min Cohan,
I "of and 1712 North Twa»l> a-«*uth
rt raat, $6099
O 17 Fahranbuch to foal# Mt .fiarr.all
?4.'4 Haliavua boulavard, $4 409.
Hoi* Alarrtis to Mat r opolitar, Mrllftlaa
Jlatrlcf, 1*22 fco.it h Jwao’iath atraat,
B A Oifvcf t*» Ifomar \Vh*« 1*r, 1102
• ottli Forty a*v*r«fh a»anu*. $7 "00
Tlena Ati'lmn.n t*» f.oUto Adl*r, 2(01
Ko¥vl*r av*n •*, *0,309
Multi* c ci«’v t<» K*uh*n Mnrril, 0l?3
North Thlrtf third avert*9* $'.,400
M.'nl ara Mr.rtw?-*- I,n i*i mupanv to
fta'fh McCoy, 402 1 l.a*.tnora avanua,
V. I,. IfnJI* n<1 M < rant * off, 1414
tfawthorn* *vnnif, $7.#or».
!, K Wet*or> to .Uromu Flynn, I4;*l
fpllfornlA afranf, 17 M»'>
I If *» oRfunn to Itulh Ifarpar, 1921
Ifa/nllron tfrc'-t, |t,oot.
Mil rill %*T.
T.oijU Cohn lo V. ’ll. hi If i ffk a, 2411
South Ninth eli«'*•!, It M»<*
Moan Tlbal to Hut hr u» If Martin,
IX-6 Foiith Klfhth atmet, If.'iwu.
Merraret M iffeo to tJ H Pi»r*7. Slety
el-.th ana l -J«* •tr*att, 912.630
M T2 Hereklr.d to T J* HerekfhS, 1806
North Thirtieth etreei I6,900
Ellen A. PhPerd to Temple M F*ydef»,
Flft) -*i*rh *o<J renter etreefe, IV, 900
4% K9T |,M 4 IN»4 ORTH
T If Mft*nner rntntiH.iv to flare A
Kite*. 6714 Maaoo a'rart, fl,00§,
MINN* f.f - 4.
• ’ P! Muau'rtvi. to *1 rtle P Hrarfa.
’•»?e kad 'li •'•‘line. re^O^O.
nri.fi ri,t n
W P IMo* • » to Vath.m Somber f, SHI I
Merry a»rae*. $?,eoe.
One Exciting Moment
‘■perhaps the thrill Unit ennie near
est to stopping my heart’s beat was
just after the Armistice In 1J18,”
reminisced t\ U. Targy, pillbox of
ficer. "I aat with six follow Hriny
officer* In Atlanta, («a. l’okcr was
tli* rrame. l had boon exceptionally
unlucky all owning and was nearly
The game wax
‘stud*. As the hand
that ruined the
game wax being
•bait there was an
air nf *u«pen»e. Tha
fellow on my right
finally ended with
a<ex and kings tip.
Across from me #.
7, * and 9 of clubs
were visible, Next
to the possible
s;might flush was
three dtieces and a
Mack t * hillcil as the dealer
slowly moved hl« hand toward mine
to deliver his deal.
‘‘<m the table before me was the
see, king and queen of hearts. Face
downward beneath them waa the Jack
of the same atilt. In the center of the
table lay chips of while, blue and red.
Only small stacks before each of the
"The dealer snapped my card to It*
mate* before me. 1 chilled.
"It waa the 10 of hearts.
"For a second my muscle* *#•(. My
eyes roamed around the table striving
to nonchalantly leave Ihe impression
I had missed in the draw. The fellow
with two pair visible bet. I tried to
assume Indifference ns I raised It and
the rest thought I was bluffing, saw,
anil raised me until every chip on the
table was in the pot. I don't believe I
breathed between tho time I drew
that 16 of hearts-to the moment I
raked In all of those chips, some $17*
' Sin, Silent and Suffering," will he
the text of Rev. Joseph t 'lyde Clark,
who Is conducting a series of meet
ing* at the Immanuel Baptist church,
The lVIrkland Brothers’ quartet of
Valley, Neb., will elng at th* Monday
meeting. Communion will he ob
Nr* Real I'.Malr ami
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• • PMl *»!«!* nil*
man and «n mi
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Thlmnt*, Inanag* i
of th* •' i> I (I in ti 1 a
Kir# < inli i n t ili i a
for navmi ynnr», II*
I* *»|n rl*»n**i| In
nil lln«‘» nf H*nl
Valuta nml Inam
Set Out Trees
in Aquila Court
Pools ami Water Plants W ill
He a Feature of Uniqile
Trees and shrubs to the number
of 7M were set out last week In
Aquila Court yard. Tha planting In
| eluded a number of fir. pine, spruce,
cedar and poplar trees. The plant
ing whs done by A. I lodge, local
landscape gardener, and Was under
direction of Raymond C. Cooke, one
of the owner* of the building.
Following are the different kinds
of trees and shruba that were planted
and the number of each: Thirty Flat k
lull's spruce trees, 10 Douglas fir
trees, r. Ilalantn fir trees, 10 pine
trees, 10 Colorado green sprue?
trees, fi Initl pin* spruce trees, 2.’
mugho pine spruce trees, 10 hemlock
trees, 10 r<*d cedar trees, 2 poplar
lombard I trees, I poplar holla it a
trees. 3 Roster's blue apruce trees.
Si arbor vitae, American mossed: i
arbor vitae, 2 arbor vitae, oriental.
5 Swedish Juniper. 4 Irish Junl|ier,
J Savin Junl|>er. .10 june|ieruR canaden
ala, 2j bamboo, 50 amitelupsig veltehel,
4 clematis punlculata, 200 vinca
major, 2!> water llllies, SO Japanese
Iris, 50 water hyacinths, 150 assorted
Paul Kruger, a landacapq mason
of Chicago is putting on the finish
ing touches to the courtyard paving
and Is building some foundations for
ornamental equipment «f the pools.
Marry Binder, Omaha electrical con
tractor, Is Installing wiring for the
pools snd over thq bridges.
Kwln (4. Jewell, manager of the
building, says new leases are being
signed eveiy weak for stores and of
fices. One of tlist stores rented Iasi
week at 1617 Howard street, will
be known as the "Marylielle Shoppe
and will be operated by Mary A
Kreb* and Belle Hatch, gowns and
LAPLAND TO TALK!
Andrew Wangberg, who bn* In ho red
fur SO year* in Norwegian Lapland,
tha inoat northerly mission fl»ld In
the world told the story of hi* experi
ence* last night In Goapel hall, Forty
fifth and Hamilton, lla ha* a roller
tlon of stereoptlron slides, Illustrating
the life of the Lapp* and hi* own
thrilling Journey* by reindeer. These I
travelogue* are free.
»*n I *ii« iii H' l«l • ImI» IM#»
Iriil In II* |in Jmtr
I . ".IV - II \ .
I A net* ,*»Uition itMHnaba. ait
j long Mini thtec Worka alili*. li to If
I- |t#ned in IN# Hyb district by
I the II. A Wolfe cotnfwih) a»»on Work
I Mtt the boulevard wbhN tuna through
I ’li** tra«i hat been atarted and grad
ills? of the hda ia under way.
|t»4 tit*r> nf the atnhdlhg of the dl*
trlut, avers* effort ia being to*dn to
I hi »ntIfv the place lof**re any of the
lota ate Mold, Harry Wolf# declared
Tt eea are lfeing planted along all
i»f the Mr^eta and a aunken gardan
la being built down the center of
Twin ridges, ns the addition Is In
be known, Is to contain 101 lots.
These lots am lo hotvery reasonably
priced, Mr. Wolfe declared, and will
furnish Ideal home sites fur anyone.
"It seems to me that the time of
the expensive home is almost gone,"
Mr. Wolfe said. "People want small
homps that are not eery extensive.
1 think the most popular priced home
is from ft 500 to $6,500,
"This Is the idea I hat we had In1
mind when we platted this pew ad
dition. We had a wonderful sale of
the Infs in our Standard Place ad
dition and, since this adjoins that
tract, we expect to do even lietter.
"The Bale of lots Is not to begin
until dune j.''
The addition Is exceptionally well
located. It Is far enough out to be
well away from the traffic of down
town Omaha and yet Is close enough
In to be desirable. The Lincoln high
way, Douglas county’s greatest
thoroughfare, Is on one side and the
Field club on the other. The boule
vard will connect the two places and
furnishes sn added attraction to tic
Jtr W. If. Wray Hoyle, pastor of
tli* Central T'reabyterlan church of
I reaver, will he principal speaker, of
the commencement of the Omaha
Presbyterian Theological seminary at
the First Presbyterian church Thur*
day eienlng, April 24.
At # the same evening tlvro will be
held an Omaha seminary hamjuet In
the church. Rev. Albert B. Marshall,
former president of the seminary, will
preside. There will be after dinner
spec, lie* by prominent out of town
and Omaha men.
TRE ORA SERVICE
ON GOOD FRIDAY
A Tre Ora service will be held from
noon to S In Ht. Pecllla cathedral on
flood Friday. Rev. Robert Tail mage.
8. J , will preach the sermon.
Special holy week services will fa*
belli also Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday evenings this week.
At II this morning ther* will he
the Palm Hunday ceremonies of bless
ing of the palms.
Holier Captain’* Wife III.
Mri. Minnw Thorp#, wlf# of I*<*
lie# captain !?#rt Thorp#, 1* quit# 111
at Nicholas H«*nn hospital. No vlsl
tors ar* pcrmllN.
Mrs. Thorp# Is Brunei tr#r«#ur**r for
Nebraska for th« lVcr## of Honor.
Harden and Lawn Fertilizer*; Annual and
Hardy Perennial Plant*; Summer Flowering
Bulb*; A*paragu*; Rhubarb Root*.
SEEDS AND PLANTS THAT GROW;
RULBS THAT BLOOM NEED ANY?
THE NEBRASKA SEED CO.
Corner ISlh and Howard AT 173ft
_ _____ .ft
Are You Planning a New
Home or Some Improvements?
Let Us Assist You
We can refer you to reliable con
tractors and aid you in many
It It Our Butinett to Serve Yov
UPDIKE LUMBER & COAL CO.
4500 Dodge Street WA Inut 0300
Youths After Carden Context Prize
When II. Iliirnliaui drove one of the garden contest prile pontes
around to the sellouts In show the contestants what their prlte looked
like, three hoys, students of the llundee school, lett home at unce.
They are t'lnreuee William Dodds, #S1 North Fiftieth street, driv
ing; William ,1. W aldmamt, B#S9 California street. In the middle, and
Charles Nelson. SOU I uilerwood avenue, right.
The hoys were having their Caster vacation at the time. There
were no lessons to hinder them and when they s*w the pony all liilrlied
lip lo pretty buggy they wanted to go for a drive.
Strangely the pony behaved excellently, while tile hoys drove him
about the streets of Dundee. They enjoyed the ride so much that they
almost forgot to return to their homes for limeh, and that is a grave
ovesight on the part of a young hoy.
r1 "" >
Chewing Guru 'Trail, Due
to V o u t li s’ Generosity,
Proves Their l ruining
The generosity of leo and Albert
wax their muliiing.
I(elective Munch and Itvan ar
rested l.en Tohln, hi, 2611 < apitol
avenue, and Mbrrt lining, 16, 1617
Mouth Tihirty-flrst street, and turn
ed them over to Juvenile officer*.
Two ilay* ago the establishment of
A. K. Ilenson, 111 Siulh Twenty,
eighth street, was broken into ai'd
several thousand i hewing gum hall*
The sleuth* took the trail and on
Twenty seventh and Tome ill street*
found a hunch of small hoy*, some
chewing the bristhlv-roln; ed balls
and other* ploying came* of
marbles with them. Two boys,
they said, gave them the ball*. They
*a)d the box* went west.
Westward then proceeded the de
tectives. In the next blink they
found more boys, amply supplied
with chewing gum ball*.
The cticwlng gum ball trail led
west and still west until the sleuths
found Some boy* who were acquaint
ed with the purveyors of the chew
ing Klim balls. \crest follow ed
SPEAKS IN OMAHA1
Sherwood Kddy. lotematlrjn.il Je<
turer, and I'auI Blanchard, rwtary
of the League for Industrial !kfnm
racy, speaker* at a lum hwin of
M |>eraona held «t the Y. W, C. A.
Saturday no«|p Those present InchMl
*d a group of 2$ student* from the
t'Diversity of Omaha and 12 from the
('Diversity of Nebraska College of
.Medicine, the other being citizen* of
Omaha Interested In the work of Mr
Mr. Kddy and Mr. came
to Omaha from Lincoln, where they
have hern conducting a aeries of
meeting* for student* this wok un
der the auspices of the university.
Stoc k JVrish in Burn.
Wyniore, Neb., April 12-—Fire early
Friday morning destroyed a barn,
burned 10 cons, 2 calves. 4 hourses,
ft few tool* and a supply of feed and
bay on the Robert Humphrey* farm,
five miles northwest of Wytnore, and
caused a total loss estimated at over
The planting season is short.
Now is the time. Make your
selections at our sales ground,
20th and Dodge. Nebraska
grown stock. In business here :
C. E. BALDWIN. Mgr.
HA 3299 or AT 9174
L. J. Good*!!
HAMILTON & CO.
303-4 Neville Block
. JA ckson 0687
I-ARM I .AND STILL
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Call* for hnntea in lh» cathedral
di«-iut have more than doubled dur
ing the last year, a 'ordlng lo Georg'*
F. Bushman, manager of the rlly real
estate department of the W. Farnam
Smith Co., 1320 Farnain atreet.
"We have one new place under
construction In the district and are
planning several other*," said Bush
man. "We are looking forward to a
banner year In this locality, eapeclal
ly In medium-priced home*."
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