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THE TEE: OMAHA. SUNDAY. Arr.lL 23. 1922.
Hfalton Plan to Continue
Program for Small Bunga
low Many Being Constructed,
Builders of live-room house art
finding an increasing demand for ihli
type of building.
Every realtor who hai been build
ing housri of thii ilit for tht tact
frt monlhi it planning to continue
building operations throughout the
ttimmer. Tht majority of tht new
live-room bungalow are being pur
limed Detort they art tinuhed.
Nearly all bome-buildrri, accord-
ing to a curvey made last week, are
directing a majority portion of their
niorti to tht bungalow tye construe
Kenton & Carmicharl are starting
cue or two new houes every week,
the Byron Reed company lias 12
nungaiows under construction, near
ly all of which art sold; George F.
Jones will start two new ones this
week at Twenty-fourth and Fort;
Temple McFayden has plans made
for several houses, most of them
While the price of hoiir of this
type has advanced from $50 to $100
in the last two months, dut to
changes in building material prices,
realtors do not expect any advance
during the summer that will check
the demand for tht smaller houses.
World Realty Company
to Entertain Realtors
All Omaha realtors . and, their
talesmen will be guests next
Wednesday noon of the World
Kealty company in the new World
The realty company will serve a
ttuffet luncheon to its guests at
1 1 :30 in one of the storerooms. The
Real Estate board will have its busi
ness meeting from 12 o'clock until
12-30, after which the party will be
klio.vn through the theater building,
all parts of it to be explained and I
Homes of Comfort
. . : , . . . . . : . . TTr
The Married Life of
Helen and Warren
1 "iiviNa toon t;Nwa podh 11
I 1 l 0 I4 0" Us. 14 0' Ijji
J ' KJCCM II
The widt porch and
tht French doors open
ing from tht living and
dining rooms teem to
bring visions of young
folks entertaining. This
is a home with plenty
of room and yet every
unnecessary step in the
housework is eliminated.
The kind of a homt
your family needs?
Working drawings of
Homes of Comfort may
be obtained from Adams
ft Kelly Co., Omaha.
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' j t POCTtLI mt I JJPtg P00T1
STot u0 .u yroim
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The New Motiograph DeLuxe Projectors
Equipped With High Intensity
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in the World Theater
. For efficiency and better projection, the
New Motiograph DeLuxe has no equal, v
The Enterprise Optical Mfg. Co.
564 W. Randolph Street
Week's Sales of Property
Valued at $4,000 and Up
' Total $279,090.
Real estate deals of $4,000 and
over, officially recorded last week in
the office of Register of Deeds
Pearce, totaled $279,090. This list
does not include sales of under
$4,000, of which more than. SO were
Following is the list of 39 deals
totaling $4,000 or more: .
E. W. Slmeral to Huko Nnrdnn, 6002
North Twenty-eighth avenue, 14,760. :
T. B. Hunt to Anna 8. Runyon, ma
Ireet, i between Mlnne T.uca avenue and
Twenty-fifth avenue, $8,000.
O. U Torrlion to f. F. Williams, jiis
North Twenty-eighth avenue, $4,360.
Blanch J. Elwood to, Joseph Hansen.
2027 Fowler avenue, $600.
H. R. Potter to Jeaie W. Bowlea, Minna
Lusa avenue, between Van and Whtt-
mnr atreeta, 6,860.
Lout ChrlBtensen to G. w. Bmiin, I5U
Emmett atreet, $7,000.
Frances Hoiovitcniaer to vner "
klnson. 4413 North Twenty-first street.
ti. M . spott to r. a. Banqumi, otia
North Twenty-eighth avenue, $4,260.
Gadl C. Bennett to O. H. Allen, 2220
22 Howard, $10,000.
B. D. Sherbondy to B. TS. Austin, south
east corner Twenty-sixth and Harney
Frank Bates to E. T. Williams, $716
Chicago street, $4,600.
Jack Sellnsky to Frances Calandra, 853
South Twenty-first street, $4,200. - .
V. C. Monglamell to Bridget .Martin,
4117-19 Izard street, $10,000.
Ramus Nielsen to Susan Collins, 632
North Forty-first avenue, $4,860.
Bertha Myer to Catherine Swells, 4140
California street, $7,250.
T. H. Maenner to K. R. Houghton,
Marcy atreet, between Fifty-seventh and
Fifty-eighth streets, $,000.
N. J. Peterson to A. R. Cresop, 4S3t
Mayberry street, $6,000. ,
Benson. ' . ': '
Lin Ooodln to -A. C. Wilson, 611S-15
Maple atreet, $6,000.
O. Cr Flack to Ethel M. Shafer, Fifty
ninth street, between Plnkney and Pratt
"eC. Ful?er to Kathjyn Meek, 6104
Blnney street, $4,000.
Bertha H. -Trimble to J. W. Gamble,
Happy Hollow boulevard between Dodge
and Davenport streets, $4,860.
Bessie H. Havens to F. J. Norman, $09
North Forty-ninth street, $5,600.
William Zltiman to C. A. Carlson, 810
11 Nicholas street, $15,600.,
Xmll Wahletrom to Edith B. M. Blla
sard, 82S South Thirty-fixth street, $5,800.
F. S. Selby to Anna L. MetaA Thirty
sixth and Marcy streets, $6,500..
R. V. Carlson to Minnie E. Outton, 4304
Parker street, $4,665. ; '
r. u. Karla to V. T. Price, S57 North
Forty-seventh avenue, $6,800.
, Beatrice Welsh to C C. Cook, northwest
corner Forty-seventh and Map! streets,
Kdlth T. Airy to W. A. Gordon, $414
North Forty-fifth street. $6,600.
A. W. Peterson to Oeorge C. Flack,
3516 Blondo street, $4,000.
B. L. Mlnton to G. K. Atklnnon, 4606
North Thirty-eighth street, $4,876.
Charles ' Wood to Nicholas Farrell,
Ralston, $4,000. '
Annheuser-Busch Inc. to Marie Plvon
ka, southeast corner Thirteenth and Wil
liams streets. $5,000.
Mary Mares to Luciano Longo, south
east corner Fifth and Williams streets,
. Bankers Mils.'- A Loan Ass'n to E. L.
Conn, Third and Valley streets, $4,726.
' Kathryn R. Mullln to Anna J. Roster
mundt, 3132 Myrtle avenue, 16.928.
Sweet Stores Rented.
! Earnest Sweet has rented the last
two of his stores on Twenty-fourth
street just north of Farnam.. No.
206 South . Twenty-fourth has been
pA tr H. O. Rve for a res
taurant extension to his grocery store
next door. No. zu has Deen rentea
tn ifenerav Nursery company
for a downtown office. Both tenants
have taken possession.
Vnr nn-tn-Hate snort news read
the Bee. ,You will fid it very in
(tawluiaeel frms) Fas rr.
juiooj uio tjtfij jie,5 jn(i
table, with (la simple dignified line,
fr mcd to ihrink from the turround
in airocitiei of the later Victorian
ISut the crowning monstrosity
flood on jardiniere find in the
When Helen had first ec it, on
her one duty call on Aunt Sarah,
lie Iiad pern timott convuued
Kven now, there came an irreprei
"Yet, ihat't pretty awful," grinned
It wa a hrone Vcnu de Milo,
the familiar half-uraped armlex fig
urc, hut with the astounding addi
tion of a amall round nickel clock
in the exact center of her nude ab
"Dear, that' the funniett thing
I've ever ieenT
"Gur we'll have to amaih that I
We can't let that come up at auc
tion. Here'i Carrie, now."
"Am I late?" Warren's aister
breezed in. "I stopped at the clean
er'i. Have you been through
downstairs? , Did ymi make a list
of what you wanted?" v
"I didn't know we should." Helen
had a disquieting premonition of
"Well. thee four thing are all I
want, l ve jotted them down, for I
have to run along some errands to
do before I go out on the 5:40."
Willi heightened color. Helen
glanced at the four items on Carrie's
lit: "Hall clock, sewing table,
Kashmir rug in back parlor, table
and bed linen."
"Huh." was Warrens grunted
comment, "you re a good picker,
Well, if that's all I want and I'm
willing for you to have everything
else in the house surely that's fair."
"You know those are the only
things either of us want," flushed
Helen. "The. only fair way is to
take turns in choosing."
I don't want to hurt your feel
ings, Helen. Dut you weren t even
mentioned in Aunt Sarah's will it
wa just Warren and I."
"Now. if there s any scrapping,
broke in Warren sternly, "I'll send
the whole lot to auction and you
can buy in what ybu want."
"When we can have them for
nothing?" shrilled Carrie.
"Then lake turns in choosing.
Helen's dead right about that."
"Oh. very well if you re so in
sistent about it but it seems so
sillv." Then with covetous haste,
'Til take the sewing table."
"All right." Warren noted it aown
on an envelope, "Now Helen?"
"The hall clock," resenting Car
rie's calm appropriation of first
"That Grandfather' clock! Where
on earth will you put it?" demanded
Came. "No room in your hail ana
it's exactly what I want for mine."
"Then I'm perfectly willing to
take the sewing table instead.
"But-1 want that lor my guest
. . r t 1 J .
room. Aunt aaran wouia . warn
"This isn't getting us anywhere,'
scowled Warren. "Make your
rhnir and stick to it. NOW go
ahead you have the table and we
have the clock.
"But vou haven t any place to put
Y .. aa B.
the clock," contended his sister.
"You needn t worrv about tnat.
Let's get on with this. Whats
"I'll tAe the bed and table linen I"
"Why Carrie, I don't think thoie
ought to go together," protetted
"Oh. let it go." shruggrd Warren
"Fire av.av. Helen."
"That Kashmir rug in the back
parlor there isn't much choice
Sorry, but Aunt Sarah practirally
gave me that rug long ago."
"Vou're lavina it on urettv thick .
Carrie," grunted Warren.
Hut I Men's nurnosrlv atkins? for
the very thing on mv list!"
"That Isn't true. Warren, weren't
thoe the very thing 1 selected?"
"Now, you'll tint drag me into thi.
It's disgraceful the way you two are
rowing over Aunt Sarah's thing.
Give Carrie the rug-if she wants to
hog it. What do you want Instead?"
I suppose the quilt on the spare-
room lied, resignedly.
"Why that eoe with the bed
linen," exclaimed Carrie sharply.
"Ued linen means just sheets and
pillow canes. Hut take the quilt, and
anything else you want, flared
Helen. "I'm quite through."
'Now see here." cut in Warren.
"What I want to know which of
us is going to take those family por
trait in the parlor?"
"Those awful cravons? Not me."
snapped Carrie emphatically.
Look here, we can t let them go
to auction. Let s take one apiece.
"You can take both of them.
Helen's so crazy about ancestral
portraits that she bought one and it
' turned om to fee lltnjiriiui Franllin.
laughed hi sister maliciously. "Here
you can have lo bona-dde ours for
AH rltflit, well take Vm," mut
tered Warrrn, grimly. "We'll lung
'em somewhere in the maid's room
if we can't lind any other place,"
''Hard enough to keepamaij with
out indicting on her those numitroii
tie." shrugtied Carrie. "Well, I
must hurry," glancing at her wrist
"Hold on, if we lake the portrait,
you've got to take that album and
those family photographs."
"Clutter up my house with that
junk? Really. Warren, you're asking
too much. Now, I MUST go. Tell
Mary to have my thing ready 1U
come in Monday and take them home
in the car, at she ran down the
"And you say Came Isn't selfish P
finned Helen, wheu the fiout door
"Well, I v.aii't going to scrap
over few old hand-me-down. Come
un, we're throuiih here." Warren
tarted downstair. "Let'i go on
Out in the soft spring dusk, Helen,
with hot resentment, brooded over
her (ister-in law's greed.
"Clad that lull's over." sruuleJ
Warren. "I've been dreading it.
Now, there's one thing certain when
we cash in. there'll be no rowing
over our junk, everything goes to
auction. I .ft em bid for ill That'll
put the kiboh on any of 'em that
want to bog the whole show. That's
the only way to imieKii these rot.'
ten family squabble."
Neat Week A Strenuous Day of
! right. I:.)
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