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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1902)
Pleasant Places Where Omaha Children Play
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SUNNY ROOM IN THE CUbAHY HOME 13 GIVEN OVER TO THE CHILDREN Photo by a Staff
SUN PARLOR AT THE ARTHUR BRANDEIS
HOME Photo by a Staff Artist.
nTnlf ..-h'.."!'.' C'U," l.Ut l'alural that a chll(I wl" take tare ot y the most devoted and sacrificing parents, rugs, the beds are of white Iron or brass that the white comes next. Yellowish or
and limited yard room there is a the things In which be Is Interested
period In the lite of the city-bred
child that is pathetic Indeed, that
Is the Interval from the time that
Ksnninlea In Oinnlia.
Omaha affords many
be learns to walk until he outgrows the tlon8 of this Intelligent provision for chll
care of bis nurse. dren, for many of the homes in which there
"Give me the child until be is 9 years old are "ttle one8 ara we" equipped In their
and I will answer for the reet of bis life," Interest. Nor Is this provision confined to
It is furnished with desks and blackboards, and the ventilating system is of the most off-color stones are practically worthless.
bookcase and drawers and many other evi- approved, and for the sleeping boura Is but a perfect violet or amber, or rose dia-
dences of the presence of two little girls. supplemented with tall screens that are mond brings a fancy price.
Judge and Mrs. W. W. Keysor have a placed about the beds to shield the sleep- "Study finally the depth and weight, and
completely equipped workshop in their trs from draft while a greater supply of " the depth is good you won't be cheated
home, where their two Bmall suns fashion fresh air is admitted. Each room has Its if you pay $100 or $160 a carat for your
and construct all sorts of things. Every botkeases, the shelves of which are filled stone. Before the South African war you'd
appliance and tools for finished work are with carefully selected volumes. Each has only have to pay $100, but $150, thanks to
to the diamond trust, and
heavier customs duty, is now the'
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... .. ". th nioRt rum,. hnm. f .k i. t. "- "uyimru uy uegieeB, us iae ooys its desk and low table and chair. There r, aim
:r.':r:r . u w... :...! n,a8e- the use of what they have and find are also romniodlou. drawers built in the to the
ine ihiiu mai me iuii, real signincance or -'". . uuJH uuu giris are mosi need . . 0,hprg Thpr n ,,i,,nU f . , .7, . . 7 marko nrlnn
this statement might be grasped by the admirable , arch,t,ura, and sanitary de- ZZn t h Tows' of "ra 1?. XhiZ . ! ' '
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revoiuiion in me euuratlnn or the child and "u uurscntu vary accorainjc 10
wnw if Ka I 1 J iil v In nna r f tYa notvlv Rnluhctl tinmoi rf Atlanta Cnrai i tut Inn Rrnlhoi Tliobni
his mental, moral and physical well being e me?,nH 0 , rumlly' tnat the pictures and forgotten toy8 that repre8ent thelr the West Farnam street district a young came In yesterday, leading a black picka-
. uciua -juiisuiercu never ueiore. wnue . 7' "l efforts from the first and attest the progress matron has foregone the space the archl- ninny by the hand. "He ain't but 10-year
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pensate him for all that Is shut out of his
life by the fence that Inclose his father's
yard cr the walls of his father's house.
One of the chief factors in the life of
thlo child Is his play room or nursery
and while the out-of-door privileges may ot
save in material. Hoff
man's head of "The Boy Christ." the
"Slstlne Madonna," "Mount Vernon," and
favorite pictures from the old Greek
mythology are shared In common.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bran
dies Is supplied with a sun parlor where
they have made. This shop also contains tect designed for a ball room and equipped ol', suh," he explained, "but he done gone
a punching bag and like devices for boys, as a gymnasium and work room for inter de writln' business, en he say he
but upstairs there is another sunny apart- three Bmall nephews that have been left gwine beat dls yer Dunbar feller writln' fer
ment where the books and pictures are to her care. Another home of that neigh- he race. He done light in ter bulldin' of a
kept. There is a music cabinet and stringed borhood has two rooms equipped as studio story, en heah's a small sketch er it, but
instruments, blackboard and water colors, and dark room for a small brother and he say hlt'U be 'bout three stories high 'to'
an intricate building block system with sister interested in photography. Mr. and he git throo' wld It." And Brother Dickey
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nnrrlHItv tin inrtzplv ripnl.'il him tiaronta in " i men i-uiiuieu are lueou i j , ., . .. ... a i.hm . 1 n. 1 ij . . , .... . . .
.... r . " ... ''"' jjiuijb auu uruwiuge, ail inaicating uuntr nave a uownug uuey iiauueu uver lue louowing, wnicn IS printed
beginning to provide htm with a resort that "7 no M not familiar with the development of the natural Inclination, for their boys that is sufficiently com- verbatim:
is at once a pleasure device and an under. e" " l, rae ,al ,. ,,lld f lrlM T.4h., modiously to accommodate numerous play- "When spring begins to dawn the young
school that Is to discipline his energy and tl.11- W,th " " Toeth"- mates, and Is In use a good part of the sprouts of all varieties that h.. Zln
nure and direct his Inclination in prepara- J.," . ... 55. B. nowerll?S In anather luxurious home over on the time and so Omaha affords numerous and nestled In the earth durln the inn n,i
tk u i wA l.ii tiuru, iaji uniuiB buu uriKDi -coiorea rutin.
lu u.UcUU,. UU, mo.ruu sugitest to the nJ.or.bv Vim rnn k a V' T , ' s r "" 11,9 varlel1 Instances or most careful and dreary winter, puts out their green heads,
begln seatory and IdeJl ZTJlnJ place A Ef. ' ,h h "W,"!! COeUy pr0Vl8'0n fr lhe Care and lo0king UPward' The birds begin to warble
.M.y .. A.-, . K.U..4. K..mpserywiah,n. twever." wtfd suXe to "oV rto to? Slruin? iTer ' Ch"dren- 8WCet ""iT8 ihelr thratS- AU
Children have always had play room, and --'nee one that this sun parlor 1. devoted too" there is a 'iSLTci ... -v . "s Ueng" at" TiTy' tTZn
they have ranged In location and detail . nBU thf for everywhere there Is tools, in the use of which the daughter of Testing a Diamond nlng LmS nd res nL un from Z
from the barn loft and attic room to that e ldnce acte children, and the the hou8e ,8 qulte as proflclent a8 her , fc A , " f theTold tlnfer IT
undesirable apartment on the shady aide Plant, and greens are but the unique device brothers, reciprocating their attention ,No'" ""J 8 dea,er to tne Phl,adel- ua8Bed into !he il.Vh m. .k
.v. v ...... ... that screen the r dbv room from tho Btmot . ' . . . Phla Record, "you don't need to h an Passed into the great beyond, still there is
01 me nuuae mai couiu De useq ior Doming . . wuu numerous lea parties ana candy pulls.
they have been relegated. Constructed to exclude cold and draft, the aU prepared In her model kitchen, with its
a nurae, on cold or rainy apartment Is an Ideal one. The one wall tled waIl8 and ,ow ra d
out of the wet and out or cv,erea w" nllf ,s nung wltn Perfect ventilating system. There is also
:7 "i lu"e "U .V ' u.rre" a gymnasium equipped to suit these chll
and tables where the playthings and books ,jren
are tie pi ior tnis sun parior, serves as
expert In order to be able to tell a good nothing or no one more thankful for the
diamond from a poor one. You need on.y 8Prng than the Poet."
to have common sense and good eyes and t iw 1
a magnifying glass. First you examine U nqUallllCU IllUOrSemeilt
the diamond's table. The table Is the sur- Pittsbunr Gazette: "I Wont t n aVinnr vsxit
face, and it should be perfectly flat and my new bonnet." said Mrs. Hammersmith
else, and here
with or without
days, to be kept
the way and to amuse themselves In what
ever manner they might see fit, regardless
ot ventilation, sanitation and everything
else save the peace Of the house.
Happily, this sort of play room la rapidly
becoming a thing of tho past and In It.
place is being supplied a play room, the
equipment of which is baced upon an Intelli
gent understanding of the child's necessi
ties and varying to meet hi. individual in
clination. Aa a matter of fact, this equlp-
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..., -vuuwi auu yiuj iimiu ui iud uuauj tuiu tuujuiueu, aim apparently mere nas see thoueh Rrratrha on th .Pf. . , . , ,t,
himself and usually presents the trnrM hnm. in . lr .ir. fmni r.,m h... n h..h i.. ... . ' lnousn scratcnes on the surface are Terence in their cost?"
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of hi. develooment. One of thn rrentoaf nnil hrluhl that m h... iao.i it fr, ...h . iriv,.,. kui. i. ....... . . iuuuu you
evidence, of th. .ucces. of thl. plan is the purpose would have been considered almost everything is perfectly sanitary The steeTbTue because0 uTth mo b?miV J1"""116"1111111,8 mlai waa ly de
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. r , - - - -v '"'" 5" Biaiierea over witn is the most desirable and costly hue, and
f . .w. , . . ' .i ilviij "ai auu iuj ucw uuuuei
rhnnl anil nlnv riuim liu.,tkin. i- ul UB uurLeries ana piay rooms or the nerfenllv nrl.cnn.l Th.n .min. .u .u. t,- i...-w.J
consistent with the children, save, in the Arth.Ur Crlttenden Sm th cumference, and if that is round the gem Mr. Hammersmith tried to smile and look
opinion of some, the plant., but these, too, haVe Pr?bttb!yI1 he mc8i comP provision is, at least, you may be sure, well cut. pleasant.
have their place in the nursery and are a "JtVLi 11; t, ne w'ng and "Now. or flaws, you look into the dia- "I want your judgment on it dear" aha
. f - .m i .... -j upper floor of their home on Park avenna mA ...i .v. . . . J 6 L uu il "ear, ana
.uu.i... m uoici lamug I'leuurti auu aa- . . - b'o ucre, ior me reason went on. "How do you like it aa com.
i .i .,- . . .. nave been constructed with rutonmna , ... . ... . . . uu i as com-
uiiiaiiuu nuicn rareiy auuer, even in tne .. ., ,,, . 7 " uaw impercepiiDie 10 me nakea eye pared with my last bonnet?"
most boisterous frolics. the intelligent, systematic care of these lit- will often lower a gera'a value B0 or 60 per "Why-er " bean Hamm
llrlsht, Sunny Front Itoom.
"This cost $7 less than my last one."
"I like this much better," he said.
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A. U REED'S DAl'GHTERS HAVE A DELiriiTFtL PUACE TO PLAY Photo by a Staff Artist.
WHERE THE BANCKER BOYS SPEND THEIR INDOOR HOURS OF LF'SL'RE Photo by a guff Artist.
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