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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1922)
Tllli OMAHA r.KK: SATURDAY. NOYKMUI-.I. 11, lt'-J.
Now Is MSay 1 1
Mystery of "Jung," Artist Sunns' Planned ,
for The Omaha Bee, Is Out! Iy Cmjsliumites
1 UIJ. "W hen I fli.inti' ij n Aim'il- ! msihI of the l-'li e-t iln h-ln t Fort
i'hii I'lll in Aiixi I lHt Ki'l wluit unit llnnilnni, N. V
to l II.J.'i'Iihmi wmili nf Ani'l;in '
"5.u.r Crop ;
lief of StnVkru
Cartoonist Who Knlivcnfd
llic Political Campaign
"Comes Hark" to
Say if ith iifitstoes."
Thftt id the slogan tluit f.uineis of
ws(ern Nrhmnkn are sower ting for
Hie iifar e.ist relief that is now col
''tin fowl mjiill' for t ii I; 1 1 i-o.
rle In Asl'i Minor.
U ft, .liirilln" li;i hon n i"i il fl
'' !lm AKrlcijIturiil liuiruu i.f thr
'iinulu t'lutmlKT at i omiiH'ii f n
tmlniiMti of coiiiinilti-e to Illicit!
Riite tin.' niihility of iliHioxlii(f i,f the
surplus An.irli-Hti twits to crop In for
eign rrliif work. nhr nii-mliei of
the rotniiiilli r .lolin t.. Kemif Jy.
Ij.ivIiI Colo, F. J. l'"u i't iiiKton nml (i.
There Is lit piwiit mi iniiik'-l fur
.of utiw. TlmijHiiiiiJ of hiialiels lire
miiIiI to I.f rutting In tin" fleUI lit-i-fume
of Hi lin k of ill niiitiil fur wlmt h.is
hi-en a Imiintlfiil crop.
.iHtllfH T. Whltelinii of Mitrll-ll,
h., pifniili'iit of the Ninth I'l.'itln
V.illi-y Wnti-r I'sits' association, stint
ed tln nimciimiit with a letter to the
Cliiimlirr of Commerce. Ills kiibk""
tion Is tlmt the tn-iir ifiMt relief huy
n luirt of tli potato crop In Maine
noil rlwuhi'i't nloiiK Hie const line,
ln're fii-iidit rusts will li sniiill. thus
opniliiK up u 111,11 k'-l for tlv proiluct
of western grower.
Mr. J. inline was appolntiil to heail
the coinmltti-e on account of hut suc
itn In linlticlng Hirhcit IIoovit to
lnjy corn fur th Russian relief last
year. After all efforts hml failed, Mr.
.lordltie wrote Mr, Hoover a letter
which proved to him Hint the mush
xnd K rltej so funilllar to resilient of
the corn belt was proper food for
An a remilt of thin, the HnxMan re
lief oiKinlziitlori took 870,000 ton of
corn and corn product" off th Ameri
can mritket. Till riot only helped th
price nt corn and relieved the Aineri
cun f.-irnieri, hut opened up a proinln
insr iimrket for tlilB liirgely Afiierlciin
Apparntua hua heen invented for
,,enaurln(( mid recording the thruHt. or
pull of airplane propellora under flight
Mrs. Marx Says
It Proved a
"T.'tnlaf! helped nte out. of n. sick lied
.nd built me up to better health than
; have enjoyed in years," declared
Mi. M. Marx, 2212 Benton mreet, St.
"My vtotmich troubled me ao much
ttr two or three year I finally col
.ipded In a nervoua breakdown. Oaa
irould form in my nt.omaeh and bring
n awful apella of heart palpitation,
hortnea of breath, headaches and
Mw.y npelln. My buck pained uio. too,
rii.rt I Ha ft no nervoua and miaerable I
C'Ci Jld not leep.
What four bottles of T.nilae did
foi me a nuwt plraMaiit surprise,
for today I haven't a filns'Ie trace of
my old trouble. I will alwnya bleaa
the day I got thia wonderful medt
lne." Tanlac ii aold by all oi drugglnts.
permanent relief from
eczema I prescribe
"If von want to .xfertmfnl, try
ome ol those thinga you tlk about.
Rut if you really want that itching
Mopped and your ikin healed, I advue
you to get ar of Retinol Ointment,
and cake cf Retinol Soap. W
doctori hav been preicnbtng that
treatment ever aince you were l
imall hnv-. to we knew what It will do.
It il cooling, toothing, eav and eco
nomical to ue, and rarely lailt to over
come eciem and limtUr aflettioM."
Tliu iu i' i'y ol "Junu," i'"1" tm
loona in The litiuili.'i lire did i.u much
to enliven the political campuign, Is a
myptcry no longer.
"Jung" ia i. K, (iraybill and h
haa come to The Omaha TVe to r tay.
The lira! cartoon to be publltdii-il un
cii r Ida on signature appear In The
Oiiiuliu liee today, It in not on a
political theme, but ynitolUfa the
filling of America on ArmlM!t day.
It vtan hla intercut in politics that
brought Mr. 'iraybill to tho ollice of
The UiiihIiu Bee In the niidnt of the
tecent i ampaiKii. lie hal "at aa a
delegate in tho republican atnte con.
vention and wan active as a member
of the republican central committee
and an one of 'lie republican county
committer, lie had u!o a tulctif for
evprexxliiK hla idea In pen nnd int.
f nl r rent Ariiimiil.
After hi ilrst tall, when he naked
for a picture of cuch of the proml
lient candidates, he did not return
for several dayN, Ilia work as man
ager of the sample department of M.
K. riinlth A Co. occupied tnont of hla
time, but at night ho applied hlniaelf
to hla drawing. When he returned
I'. wbi with four completed cartoons
that hit olf tho political xitiiiiliou In a
r-lylc. Hint not only was Illuminating
and powerful, but contained nlso a
glint of humor that aHHiired popular
Then followed in rapid fire order a
aeries of cartoons, among thetn "The
Masipierader, "Off on the I,ong Trail,"
"The Acrobnta" and "The Serenadcr,'
that led to many Inrpjlrlea aa to tho
artist's Identity. Reader began to
mall In suggestions of their own for
Answers ( all to Arms.
And so (Iraybill came back to The
Omahu Hee. "Come back" Is the
proper rihrne, for back in the days of
tho HpatilNh-Amerlcan wur, when hi
father was punt muster at I'nderwood,
la., Mrnyblll sold Tho Omaha Rce on
th! streets. Ialr his ability bs an
nrtiwt and hi understanding of cur
rent events led to his Ilrst. position as
a. cartoonist. That was In 190.ri, on
the Jiuhith Evening Herald. While
there hla work was reprinted and
commented on in tlm Review of Re
views, the Literary Digest and Public
When the world war broke out,
Orayblll was finishing a course In the
Chicago Academy of, Fine Arts and
the Chicago Art Institute. Jfe
dropped everything to enter the mili
tary service, first going with the
)06th Infantry, later being attached to
i the 339th, the 3ith arid O. JI. Q.
Move Into "Jungalow."
Like many of the overseas men,
Orayblll w,' thrown out of his
chosen paths by the war. He came
back and entered business life, apply
ing himself only in his leisure time
with his art. Some of his drawings
have been printed in Life, and he re
cently had several works on display
In the Nebraska artists' exhibit at the
Omaha public library.
Such Is the story of "Jung." Ills
pen name Is now discarded, but the
memory of his part In the political
campaign is commemorated in the
name of his new home at 507 South
Fifty seventh street.
"What will we call It?" Mrs. Gray
bill anked, when moving day was over,
"Let's call It the 'Jungalow,' " her
husband said. And so they did.
jlMmlrnt Hotly to Have 'Cirrus'
for HomrroiniiiK Day.
Brother-in-Law Put Under
Bond for Alleged Assault
With a turn for the worso in the
condition of his alleged victim, Hor
ace Case, who is charged with assault
and battery, was placed under bond
of fr.00 yesterday.
Case is alleged to have beaten his
sister's husband, William E. Mowery,
1821 Leavenworth street. Mowery's
eye, doctors said, became infected be
cause of the alleged assault and he
was taken yesterday to the Lord Lis
ter hospital. Case made his home
with th" Mnwerys.
U tusrsnttr hr M ran
Mflr Is nlllUas W
rki venders for jonr
tola. SMilna. math.
throale catarrk. head.
arse. Mr mm, elc.
lis aa revaiat
(.. K. (.ru.vl)ill.
Japan Is a close rival of Ormuiiy
In the manufacture of rubber toys.
The Ci i ikIiIuii university student
body in a epcfiul meeting yesterday
ulti -illicit by practically eury student
in llic Arts I'ollik'e and ptes,ei over
by rri-nident Mcidrmick, prniiilned to
put over "big" the student end cf the
arrangi inents for Crelglilon Home
coming day Katuriliiy, November H.
I'iesldiit Stevens of thw student un
ion told of some of the "stunts" which
the htudeiits will have lit the Criinli-
ton-Mil lilKan Ankles fooiliall game
"t'reiglilon lircus" Whs clioht II us
the imine for the stunts which the
student will give on tho morning of
Homecoming day, but of .hint what
the circus will consist Will be kept
secret until the time come to spring
lli-fiire I lie arraugeioetittt comiullten
ri ported. Howard II. Lnldriife, attor
ney, npiilc for IS minute uud told
the student some of the (limns ho
..aw Hod heurd uhilu touring France,
tieriiiiiuy nnd AiiHtrln during tho last
"Wo paid f,j rents for a splendid
dinner for five people while In Aus
tria, but to off net this we sometimes
paid as high as 100 a day for an
automobile in France," Mr. ruildrlge
Omaha (Mi-oputlis IaIcihI
Shjjk of Tlirir Association
Tile lllll ill. t t 4li op.l llic ;iM,H'l'liii
lint Thursday ii'nlil in the office of
lr. John A. ,Ni man. uhcio newly
t lm teil of fici m wcim Innalli il, 1 -.
John A. N. .-in in w.is iiaiiii-d pn -si-dent;
1 'i . .Icnine; ,M. Lalnl, vice inin
dent; li'. Wlllo-iiiiim ('bristcnncn, nci--n-i.iiy,
and I'r. I'. I", Kunl, t n .inner.
Plans Mere .to.n'-i to 1-lllill'K tile ill-
flili'i it ni le nefils nf llic asms latinn !
and liie name was i banned The
tl renter liniahn I if '.copal blc BHHocia- I
(Ion. .Members oted In limit tin j
meaning nf (lie (i i ni "(ircater Ohm
bit" to u radius of Tel miles from Six
teenth mi l I'antani slnels, im-liul-'
iug Coilie ll Illiitr-i and wcslei'ti bo. i,
Ityliws uii'e lonenileil to ulluvv '
osteopaths Within tin- f.'i-lnili' radius;
to bceoiue members. I'm tm ily those j
practicing ntiishle omaha llmlls could
Join only as assisialu membcis.
(irncnil Mnir Appointctl
Chief of Seventh Army Corps j
MaJ. Hen, (', II. M nil' has liei-it up-
pointed to loinniaiid tin' S' venlli army .
corps, villi hciidiiii'i1e-x in Omiilia, ,
and will succeed MaJ. lien. Francis J. '
Kernaii. whose retlri rneiit becomes ef
fective leeeiuber 1. in corilliig to on I
(innonncement by He( relary of War i
Weeks In Washington yesterduv, j
MaJ. Cen, !. I!. Ininciui, who is in ;
temporary command of the Seventh J
corps men, Is assigned to take coin- 1
to Be Broadcast hy Kadio
committee on fiiudly cooper
al.vili with ex service men of the
Ceiieral Federation of Women's Chit
Mill broadcust from stiition WNAd In
Chli-itk-o mi iipptoprlalo Armlstlee
day iiiotrani Siiturdiiy evening from 7
to T:,l'l on ik iliiii-inetcr leniifh, accord
ing to word received by Mrs. Charles
I-;. Johannes, president of the l imahl
S'omai's i lull llospitals, isHciully
are reiiie.led In nine In fur tint bens-
til of ill"iihb'd Veterans within their
I KI'lht OI'AI.I
lllh anil Capital Avaniu
Is ! Itisrl f Dnwslnwn
Ti30 PATRIOTIC StgVICE 730 '
A aarvire ti sommamorala Ai-miatics
Day. Fatliar Holaappla, Slala Chaplain
u( lha AmrUmn becinn, will praach.;
Packard Single Six
Driven Leas than l.SOO Miles
Scott Motor Car Co.
3018 Harney St. ' HA rnty 0010
You'll get a
new angle on Overcoat Comfort
slide inside one of Bond's
K cT (
So S Z v
II rr' lfv j i
DO IT NOW !
Telephone Your Sunday
AT Untie 1000
Rt.a.ku, U..s "..' A 4.
e IttKi ilt ika t aitl
! t4 ! - t(tts44
Instead of just overcoats Bond's are
Overcoats plus. They're styled right
up to the minute, expertly tailored in
our own factories and exceptionally
well finished. The fabrics are guaran
teedfor we are particularly exacting
regarding every yard ' of woolens
used. It must come up to the Bond
standard the best is none too good.
From Bond's Factories
Direct To You
a'v I III mmmmmmr
$30. $35. $40. ?45.
Bond's quality at Bond's prices
would never be possible, were it
not for the fact that these prices
represent but one profit that of
the manufacturer. ,
A Fact to
BoncTs Suits Are
Two -Pants Suits
They cut your clothes' bill in half
becaiiM1 ihe "extra pair" actually
doubles the wear Ask the man
who owns one-
Soft, fluffy, all-wool
coats. Great, big,
roomy plaid - back
coats. All 'round,
bolted models pleat
d back models. Rag
lan sleeves, kimono
sleeves. B i g patch
pockeU' and every
thint" that rops to
make 'a real overcoat-
Saturday, Not. 1 1
Tickets on sale
15M l arnatn Slrrel
llptn Saturday Hit 7;3u . V,
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SATURDAY JBowenS SATURDAY
JHt VAtUl IVNO T011.
Special Sale Saturday
on Felted Cotton
Sas Our Ibth Strssl Windowi
All unusual opportunity for you to buy a irciiuinu
Fitted Cotton Mattre.s made up in fanry art tifkintr,
full weight and with Imperial roll edea. Tho manu
facturer made a coiici'Kxioii in price to u if we would
take the full number of Mattresnes he had on hand,
and we in turn are pawing along thin wonderful bargain
to you. A cane of quick turnover at a very small mar
gin, in fact, the margin is ho email it is hardly visible.
We advise early purchases.
Lot No. 1
Mattresses in this lot are all clean felted linter cotton, with
bright new art ticking, but colors not so desirable us the Itigher
priced mlttress. Kegular ft 0.00 mattresses. jC QC
Saturday's value giving price , , , . $Js)
Lot No. 2
These are mattresses the factory selling them to us reports tin-
largest sale it any mattress they make a mattress that usually
sells at retail for JI2.50, .Saturday's dC TC-
value giving price
Lot No. 3
If you prefer a little better mattress than either No. I or No.
this one will please you. A full weight all-felted cotton mattress
in high-grade art ticking, Imperial edge and extra tufted -a mat
tress that usually sells for $15.00 to $10.50,
Saturday's value giving price . ,
Lot No. 4
One-third of your life is spent in bed, that is 8 hours out of 1 he 24;
therefore you should see to it that you have a good, comfortaMc,
soft mattress to sleep on. This one will fill the lull. CQ tZ(
?18.00 value. Saturday's value giWng jiVice v vOiOU
Lot No. 5
There was a time, not so very long ago, that, in order to get a
good mattrexs, one had to pay anywhere from if 18.00 to S-l.'i.OO
for a hair mattress. That time has changed; there are very' few
hair mattresses sold now. Why? Felted cotton has taken its placo
on account of its bping more sanitary, softer and docs not cost as
much to do over. This mattress is better than any $4.i.00 hair
mattress ever made. Sells regularly for $20.00. (4Q 7C
Saturday's value giving price PJ.f J
Lot No. 6
Mattresses contained in Lot No. 6 are of a longer staple cotton,
full 4o-lb. weight, and a better grade of licking than the lower
priced mattresses. Regular !f 2 J .50.
Saturday's value giving price
Lot No. 7
If you are looking for a real high grade mattress, one that you'll
feel proud of and get more real comfort in using limn any mat
tress you've had in years, this mattress is what you want. All
you need to do is to see it and you'll take it in preference, to all
the others, regardless of the small difference in CIO CA
price. Regular $24.50. Saturday's value giving price V t$JJ
Specials for Saturday in Our
fl.OO ,16 in. Madras in ro.e,
mulberry blue and brown,
per yard (J5
?2.if 45 -in. Madras in mu'
berry blue, rose and com
bination colors, yd., 81.30
."iiic Cretonnes in good selection
of patterns, per yard..JJ7
ft. 25 Cretonnes in beautiful
combination of colors, per
A complete showing of Tus
mn Panels and Tuscan Laces
by the yard at special prices.
Bmr.n'a Giv. Y.u an Estimate
On Y.ur .shad. Wera
Other Value Giving
Specials for Saturday
Galvsifa4 Wal.r Talla, lr( .i".
hey hndi. ipa-ial at
Waak Baaida, t.ca.l, !.
(itnahM ihh"'d., al iSt
GiUuuia Waah Tua, nntima m.
mnl Ili Si- v Kal.nn-t
tarlK.aaia Miaf !. lull "I
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Maiaaav M,I.4 rallla f
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UaUaaiaarf Aak t aaa. t ria4
Big Aluminum Roasters
ft .'- l.i jct c M.iniin.im
,lK;M;::r.., .. $2.75
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