Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 27, 1911, Page 7, Image 7
Tin: hi-:k: omaha. Monday, xovkmuku -j:. tun MO.KY TO LOW alar) mi. I 4 ballrla, $$$$$$$$$$$$ I If tllttltttll u tt . u $1 i M w u si u M $ tt tt It , M EVERYBODY $10 TO $100 "$$ LOANS OS FURNITURE. PIANOS, n tt $ I tl tl a M tt t $$ n tt t$ u $$ SALARIES. ETC t charges you can afford, and without the red tap and deiav you experience with other companies. FSiABLlSH VOL I! I'HliUK HERE lt'8 as OOOM AS A HANK. ACCOUNT IN' IIMK OK NEED. NOTE THESE RATES: flu, you pay biek $U.."iO. 15. you pay buck $1.00. $:'., you pay back t-'" 00. $.-0 you pay back $. 00. NO OTHER C HA ROES. "Weekly or Monthly Payments. OMAHA FINANCIAL, CO., $09-10 Brown lilk. Opposite Bran, dels 8. E. Cor. ltfth and Douglas. 'Phone Douglas 2023. STAR LOAN CO. $5 TO 1"0 Furnished salaried people without secur ity. Indorsement, delay, publicity, ex. or tlon or deception. Terms to suit. M4 I'axton LiUWUM) loans at 2v and 6 per cent. W.i (j. k latau. Dodge. Rtd utiLk OFFERED FOR RENT Hoard and It noma. O. M. K. hauls trunks. I. 611. A-2OT1. Portoia. family hotel, i.th Ave. and Har WARM rooms anu excellent uieaaa. 212 S 2..th St Ph ne Dour as S1SS. St. jamea Hotel Olefin neat, bath, home cooking: winter rates to few couples ut t."i0 per mo.; dally, $1.25. Near all theaters. MRS. MILIEU. 616 N. 22d, best board and room In city. SU11E o( rooms; one large room; ex cellent home cooking; private family. Call tH.T n v 4.i Mt'K place f r nice people. THE MAD ISON. 2lst and Chicago Sts. $1.00 and up. Under new management. TO man and wife or couple to room together In line new Kountxe Place home, strictly modern, hot water heated room. ( all YVebs.er 320. BRTOHT. warm room In private family; close to Crelghton college; rea sonable. Phone Harney 6I.V. FINK for two young laaiea; good fam ily: very convenient. Phone Harney 2og. Dewey r.utoiran Hole: V'.'h Firnam THE SiliU.No,. ,u .,. . i suite, modem, ftj-h and Harney. LARGE furnished room, fc B. 2lat 8t. 2T09 Capitol Modern lurnlshed room; two block - to i ar. - DESIRAhLr. lurnlMied room, private family. gHI'i N. ?f'th. 1 hone Webster M.S. 909 N. 17th 2d floor, modern, fu.nlsbed. St. . I); l.ei i ..ou..-.. TWO oehiinu.e looms Jor lour younu men 201 P. 2,Vh A PLEASANT loom, etiteily modern, pri vate home, excellent location; Farnam nd Cuming car lines; references. 91S N. 40th St. -1 OS JONLS-lwo sui.es furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Pnonj Douglas fMi9. iMi st -uajy h Ave, iiii.i.j inuueiu, warm lionf room. Red 2:i77. '-"KUt. modem rooin.i, with board in Private family rot two centlemen wishing Jtood home. Harnev M.y. Fl RNlsH El room for rent; all con V" l"CP. I OIRlfla 7?01. 714 N. 19th Kt FURNISHED rooms n modern private home; walking distance. Harney 1326. 621 PARK AVE.7one large frontlooin; Steam-heated, sun able for three young men. Price reasonable. Stiit NO. ilH bl., two nici ly furniaueU front rooms; gas range; reasonable. TWO very pleasant warm rooms. 2lj ChliSRO. 714 N.- 19TIC One nice furnished room, all modern, gentleman oniy. Tel. Douglas 720ft. ,v NICh.LY" furnished room, modern, elec tric ilghi, per month; references ex chanpK' 2,C4 J)or,ga. LA,.ii.. front room; newly furnished. Ha. net- 4215. i..,7 HAHNKY S 1'. Nicely furnished front room; modern; furnace hat; hot water; suitable for one or two gentlemen. . Kursuliiru liuuai-rfn iiiuK uouiua The Manuel and Howard, 21 Howard. t s- d 4-rm. apt". J23 to UO. 603 8. 28TH Modei n housekeeping rooms. Harney 4604. 2 l.N liyht busuinent, coxy and warm; rbeap. H 8. 2.th. LIGHT noun keeping rooms; private family. 272 Prstt Si TWO houscKiei-.ng room; mode.n. i.v. uuc niuarnegi ing room, vf NIPR larffA eonm with Blinua .. . ' yrebster 616. ' THREE large turn. shed rooms, de.slr able, modern except heat. Harney 84U. 8. 2th, handso i.ely furnished apart ment; four looms; southeast; modern; walking distance. Good n Whhorhood, 2 OH rooms for light housekeeping; south exposure; modern; gan range. 2213 Douglas. 702 8. 17'IH-Nlcely lun.i lied loiua. walking distance; furnace heat. HrU and AparlnieuM, NICELT FTTRNISHED ROOMS for gen tlemen. THE CHATHAM, 110 8. 13th St. Huh Hotel, sttam-heaied. 1308 Uou. . l'OUUE HOI EL, 13th and Dooge; all steam-heated rooms; special week rale. txcellent mm, 2t): N. 2iith, Bu. Umaua. Howard Hotel, elegant rs. KKI2 lIowardT HOTEL ALBA NT; most elegant rooms; hot and oold water; fireproof; prices reasonable; both phones. rl li-m-!-!.i HOTEL Flomar, 17th and Capitol Ave. Burlington, moe rooms. 1 block to depot. CASS HoTEI, nice rooms. 1T0H Cass fit. WINDSOR HOTEL Kouins uOc to 11.60. OXFORD and Arcad', special w'kly rate. Of?den Hotpl l:o'"10'' Bi"tlffi" Roorns per week. Elk hotel, rooms iio and 6oo. glT N. lth. Apartments and Flats. PIX rooms, first floor, modern except heat 2608 Rees St. Six rooms, second floor, modern except heat, WiHi Rees St., $13 each. OHR19 HOYER. il an) CTumlng Sts. 6-ROOM apartment tn the Uintah. Ap ply 418 Omaha Nat l Bank Bldg., or phone Douglas ism. Fully modern, 6-room bested apart ment In the excellent West Farnam dis trict: very choice. JOHN W. ROBBIXS, Wt FARNAM BT. Y-room Tat on Sherman A vs . Web. li. HOT water heated, best system heat, I-room new flat, all hardwood finish $4T.0rt. 60S 8. t!d. 8TRU-TLY modern aparlnit.nl. The Thauan, M 8. Ave. h EA U IT F L'LL Y arranged, newly decor ated, every inouern convenience, fine location, 7 rooms and cement basement. 41st and Fainuin. 'ieletbone Harney 772, mot niiixs. C ntaratssied itoouia, 1SS6 N. 17th 4 unfurnished basement rooms. lis N. liiu, 2d floor, 4 unfuioiahed loom; bath. ft uralakra llnaMi. FOR RENT Elgnt room house, chnlc location, 2inh St., near Kirtitm, for four room ha from December 1 to April 16. furnished completely. Tel. Harney 2."i7T. Urn. Van and Storage Co., packs, moves, stores household gouds. Fireproof slur ae. 04 H lnth. lliaucli. suV S. litii. Tel.. D. 41h3; A-IM5. Utiart aad totlages. 337 IOl"GLA8, rooms, modern except feeat; $-s par niunth, Tel ixiugiaa Us, offkrki) hnn rf-xt lluases aad Cvttagra, HillIll .11 r,JI( glaslng. Picture framing. Monson. WW Park Ave. it. (3SH SMALL house for rent to colored peo ple, lit) per month. Get kev next door north or telephone Webster 6024. 91 S. Wh St. HOISEHULD GOODS packed for warded; cheap freight rates; moving and storing. Expressmen's lellvery Co. Tel. Douglns 304. City office. 218 8. 17th 8t , Hee Hldg. Houses. Ins. Klngwa.t. Hrnndeis Th. Hldg OMAHA EXP CO.. moving vans anu storage. Trunks, baggage del. D. ! N. 17th. TEN-ROOM hottse, modern. iiTi Dav enport. Inquire T. F. Ikard, 1410 Doug las St. IXiH HEN T N-room house, modern, but heat. 24th and Pierce fits., tS. GALLAGHER NKLSoN l KM. i-".ost, tn. Kent reduced; very nice lerms. 614 N. 22d, 6 rooms; all modern. u24 N. 2Jd, 7 rooms; modern except heat. .)6 Hlondo, ft rooms, 1L 8r.VEN-ROUM housn, modern except heat: good neighborhood, lei. Web. liSi. KUK RENT Seven-room house, mod ern except heat, t2; corner 27lh and Fort. Webster SX77.. 7-ROo.a cottage, strictly modern, wi.a .aundry and electric lights. 2246 No. UKh . t. Web. S2S7. HTR1C1LY modern, nearly new, 7-room uoitse facing Central Blvd. (710 N. t7th Ave.); lour nice bedrooms and bath up stairs: hardwood finish and elegantly polished floors downstairs; full co uiciueu rebar. A baigam If rented at otic as party moved out unexpectedly. NINE-ROOM, strictly modern. 4225 Far nam. $30. J. I. Kemp, 2M2 Iavenworth. I-RuoM houte, modern except heat. 1418 N, 24th 8t., fJO. ' 7-room house, modern except heat, BS1S Charles St., $19. 6 rooms, 2d floor. 1106 N. 20th 8t., mod ern except heat, $14. ,6-room cottage, modern except heat, 1934 N. 23d St., $20. 6-rjom house, modern except heat, 161J orhy St., 6-room, 1st floor, 1902 N. 26th St., partly modem, $16. 6- room, 2d floor, 1902 N. 26th St.. toilet, .13. 7- room house, modern except heat, 2803 Uatd St.. $20. CHRIS BOTER, 22d and Cuming Bts. For Kent Brick House Four bcurooms, bath and toilet on sea onu floor; large family room, dining ioom, buttery -kitchen, refrigerator room, hall and vestibule on first floor; full wv.i,.tn. i,ai-eiii...i, furnace heat; every u. lug tlrst-cass and swictiy modern. Lo cated at lull Georgia Ave. bee the owner ut Ijoo Ueorgia Ave., or 'phune HaruCj 1509. Iiun. irt'lii couagv; line rep'r. H. IKU4. 6 KCKJiViX, modern except heai, cuiiv n.ent to car, cnurch and scoooi; modem leel lanae; also gas tatige and handsome kitchen chLlmt. JxiS Pratt St. d-lowlu lloua:, luutf H. l,Ul St, O. C. RED1CK, 1U7 FaiDam St. SEE THI8 BUNGALOW sjt 1519 s. th Ave. strictly modern, 7 toon, a and bath. One of the beat locations m cty. o3.60. llnnvuu In all parts of the city. . B1NNEV ami Ailii Sis., s-rouin cuUate, imdern except heut. AiAHLi, a 1., rooms, modern, ex cel l f jr .ace. 2t). Halt, 443 liamge. D. ,4uo. A 4406. CLOSE TO B. & M. DEPOT. Look at 825 Pierce St., .an -room, strictly modern houte, In a very dealrabht location to keep roomer, $4u. . PAYNE & SLATER CO., Sole Agts., bth Fl., Omaha Nat. Rk. Bldg. FOR RENT 4-room cottage on 28th Ave., near Dougias. Call Dexter L. I hoii.aa, 412 liee Llilg. FIVE-ItOOM modern house; large rooms: full cornet lot. N. E. corner 12th and Castellar. $22.60 BRICK house, six rooms and lare attic, modern except heat. 2524 North 20th St. Some concession to rlgnt party. Webater 1651. VACATED Blx-room cottage and stable. 21st 8t.. $17.60; modern. Nine-room house near high school, new furnace, etc.; $27 60. TEL,. DUUtJUAB 14. $20-7 rtns. 3628 N. 27th: 1117 Park Ave.. moo., i3o; aojt is. tn, its. weDster jbk. L.' 1 V X) 1 t M 1,.... ... .4 n . , . :is I'ecstur, jw p,T nwnin, nua iwj, IARGE house, two families, g-r, 3i)7 Cvans, $10. J. H. PARROTTB. Bd. Trade, TEN-ROOM house, large lot, all modern except lurnace; desirable parties; cheap. 260.1 Bristol St. S-KooM. strictly modern house, 2416 Jones, $01. J. I. Kemp, 2612 Leavenworth. ouglas 9S8; Ind., A-2337. YOUR MOVING. EXPKNajS PAID $12.50- 3-room apartment on corner mala floor, 2212 North 21st. $13.(0 4-room mod. apartment. 2213 No. 21st EL $16.00 6-room cottage, dandy shape. close tn, 1M6 Paul St. $)8.oo-6-room modern cottage. 1631 No. 21st St. $f..0o 2-room apartment, 1704 Clark St. ROBINSON WOLF. 43a Paxton Block. Phone Doug. 3418. AlOUKKN atH-rouni holma. 371U ramlnt Ave. Harney 1404. 672 8. 2sth St.. 8 rooms, comuletelv modern, $36.00. Hall, 433 Itamge. D. 7406. A-4403. FOR KENT Four-room cottage on aitli Ave. between Dooge and Dougias streets. See Dexter L. Thomas. 412 Bee Bldg. 1H1NK central, cneapast '-room house with bath, basement. In city. Apply 2M N. 23d. R.ROOKI r..lluu. iviidlarn . . . ., u.. - - - . . , ...vu..i v. . i. i.rai rrt u i-.k u ,n....nn , a., .. i-i r. "Hi r,.., vi. uuua riaiiioy n.is. 2u03 DODGE. 8 rooms, all milrn. t(l Ui 6-ROOM modern House. 1761 tt. tih Kt $30 stores and Offices. WIPIT to sublet suite of five rooms In Cltv National Hank Hldg. Call D 4138. HIUHE at 230b Cuming St. Store at 2lut Cuming St. Store at 933 N. 24th St. Store at l.06 Harney St. Office and sales room, lbth tt Harnsy Sts. 4-ruotn on ice suite, lni; Karnam St. O. C. REDICK. 1617 Farnam St. 316 S. IStll 8c Near Farnam St.. second 'floor, 22x26 it., sieam neat, oa nnisn, marble Hour. Reasonable rent. GARVIV BROS.. Xt Omaha Nat'l Hank Bldg. LARGE brick factory building with about 16 009 ft. floor space, with complete power plant and about an acre of track age. Cheap at $j0.0i. Cash exchsnge consiaereo. Bee J. w. Kasp C'a. 6Nt 1 nranneis Ming. $17 SO Irge store room, especially good location for bakery. 2675 Cuming Be ROBINSON 4V WOLF. Phone Douglas 241. 436 Paxton Block. Harms. BARN or garage In Bern Is Park. Tel. Douglas 2107. Halls. WASHINGTON HALL Lodge, dances. baiiiiuetw. C. C. Borsnaen. D 2J25. A 2Ji. 3 Or FKKED FOR SALE.' PIAN'O. slightly used, at a baro.lr. Seei-strom piano Mfg. Co., lnth ,aod r a . iia in sin. ECLIPSE gas rang;, gjod tuudlllou. I uuua tiatruby tgs OFFKRKII FOR 8ALK Maaii-al I nsirasarata. FOR SALE-Vlobn cello, valuable In strument. Ill perfect condition. 343 Arthur St. Henscn fcML Typewriters. LIGHT TOUCH' MONARCH V!THLK for rent. TH M MtlNAUtit TYPE WRITER CO., 411 8. ldth. Phone D 4. SMITH PrV.MI EliS. models No. 2 or No. 4. In excellent condition, rented three months for JLS. SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO., Isth and Douglas. RENT an Oliver typewriter f'tm the Oliver Typewriter Co. Douglas 20l!. WIS II AV K A COMPLETE LINE of all makes of typewriters, factory rebuilt; rices rigiu: It wui pay you to see us fora olivine TYPHI' RITHR INSPECTION AND SUP PLY CO.. ISM6 FARNAM ST. Mtseellaneoas, i KINDLING, $4 load. IT. Oross. W SM. FOR SALE New and second-hand carom and pocket billiard tables and bowling aiievs ana accessories; oar rix turea of all kinds; easy payments. The Krunswtck-itatke-couanaer Co., 4i-fiu a. loth St. HIX-KOOT iHiokkeetier's desk, oak fin ish, for sale at $lt. Apply George W. tight. Hee fuDitsntng Kn. . FOR SALE--Two scholarsltlls In the Omaha Commerclsl college nnd one In Hovlos college, liuolnees or t tec. umana Bee. AUCTION SALE of ITS lota of uniedeomed household goods. November 27, 26, W. Oinaha Van ana Storage Co., 1130 N. 19th St. SAFES Overstocked with second-hand ire, all sixes and makes: hargaius. American Suiiply Co., 1110 Farnam St. Get In the Game Electric Pianos. $100 each. 8lot Ma chines, Athletlo and Peanut Machines and Scales, new and id-hstid. Write for our lint of bargains. Better still come and see us. We also do repaltlng. ACME MACHINE CO. 3124L'venwotth. Phones: H. 243; Ind. A-243.1 FOR KENT-Richmond electric vacuum cleaner. Webster 64. FOR BALE One four-chair barber shop 1th three boi.the: cigat stand pays the , enl: best of furniture. D. F. Marflnid. 312 West Broadway, Council Bluffs; la. FINE National cash rtglster and piano for sale cheap. 308 N. 16ih 8U FOR SALE House to be moved, north side. Webster 4128. DIAMOND RING; 1 carat; also cluster pin. H 7S2. Hee. L. V.I U I U I ..I. 9 U ' . I I'D , M Aoiintr eanea. with tables. 8. VV. Lind- .ay, 1616 Douglas. 1'ERSONAL np uivwvl.l. ftlRF.S PILES. 406 Om. Nat. Bk. Blug. PAY WHEN CURED. 63-DAY BLOOD REMEDY'. Gladlsh 1 harniacy, 12th and Dodge. Massage." Rlttenhouse, 308 tli Bviltin Bid. NURSERY ca.e, small children. W. 54.0. BABlh-S to care fjr. W ebster 60u8. YOUNG women coming to Omaha as strangers ate Invited to vlalt the ioung Women Christian association building at Seventeenth and 8u Mai y e Ave., where they will be dliected to suitable boarding places or otneiwlse assisted. Look lor our navelers' aid at the Union station. uivnm Tikl.MH will tin i id bract;. auetiginen, ooc. w.m unm --. t ir, . .. n ,.ha. uil I. i.i.Im nf Mawlna machines. Ind. A. 10t. D. uglas 13. JSa.UliADlVA C 11-l.t .-., lath and Harney Bts. l ASLiAUti' I r'atmenl, Mrs. Bisrle, mAOSASit- sweoisn nioveiiitu.i nmn in better for ihvumatiam; iaules, $1; gentle men. $1. Apt. 2, lsu3 Farnam. D. v240. THE SALVATION ARM X solid is cast. off clothing, in tact, anything you do not niea; we collect, repair ana sen, at i is. nth St., tor cuat ot cui.ecuoii, to ins worthy poor, call pboue DviiaUg nu and wagotu, will call. M ASM Kikt" bath, salt glow aruiuatlo JUAOOAUti treatment. Mm.. Alien Chicago, 10 g. l.tn St., 1st floor. t 7u6. br, Bui ke, womtn a diseases. 41 Doug. iila MAlJNi ril'l'lf" 1'ea,n""L -roti, 71 AUiNJiXlLyg ,tth M lluo, Uuilt liabies Boarded c"'uoJu" E1TA tiDLIlHI.I UV mum.-ii, Ui h,.,. dreksljig; new parlois. 3o2 Neville.. D. 3ji. MRS SNIDEK. Swedish bun... radiaur and vlbiatur tttauueuu 'Ibe uuDBuny, riat , lotn and Pierce. D. 4Jo0. HAZEL LEA if Pll.K i:tijsi,-.H k. m! remedy for Itching, bleeding or piotrud Lug plies; too postpaid; aatnu.a tree. btiennan at McConneil Drug Co., Omana. alias Lang, niaiucurina. Vibratory maa- sg treaimeius. K. i, mi (loor.'ltMa Douge. FOULTKV AMI l'KT STtK'K HUlif eaally uuiau o uuu Roup cure, ooc box. If your dualer van not auppiy you, write us direct, sending aeaier a name. Buii VvHii'ii CO., Mo4 ,s. ibtn at., uinatia. Webster ufi.17. Fltr.hli UHoUND bUMi WAKES HENS vLAY. WE HAVE ITT THE NF'HRAKKA St- KD. On PHONE D. 1261. Mia HOWARD 8T. ouieiiin.ha, ' per luo. Aia,ner, sol N. 16. 'ihoKuLOHBHtl) Fox Terrier ouuoba. Price very reasonable. 847 South UI1 SU uouglas 6609, Independent A-3693. HEAL KSTATK Abstracts. M. T. Brennan, 824 Brandels Th, UllLUfcut' i.lr'UHiUilUn. Electric gas fixtures. Omaha Silver Co. I nea I Cement Stone Co., litii anu Cuming. Amer. Suly. Co., root g, paints, lius .sicti. Fuuns, bun bund, panning, 6corauug. WA.MLU lO lilt, . LIST your city property for sale with Vogel. 409 Ear bach Ridg. 4,1'l'Y PHUPKH1Y FOR BALIS. INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY. 18 ROOMS, ALL MODERN. We have a two apartment house, con taining 13 rooms, two uatti rooms, seven bed rooma, with parlor, dining room and kitchen In each apartment, with new plumbing and good heating plant 1 liia properly Is too large for personal owner and it Is a splendid proposition (or some one who will buy It and divide It into four three-room apartments. Owing to the arrangement of the house this work can be done at a very small ex pense and when completed the apart ments will rent for $a each. The buver can live in one apartment, rent the rest and make a good luveaitnent out of your noma. The building la well built and In good condition; only thirteen minutes' ride to the oentar of the cay; one block front the Dodge street car line and In good leal dance district. THE NUMBER 18 ?61 N. SoTll 8T. It Is just north of Ohio on Die Flor ence Blvd. A good six or seven-room modern house will he taken In exchanaa at the right price. This proposition Is certainly worm loosing at. NORR1S M4.RTIN. 400 Bee Bldg. Doug. 4370. A-4270. Don't Build, Buy This $40,6o0 will buy a pressed brick fashion able apart mtu t bouse ot 70 rooms, with laige portilias, in good condition; close in; wed rented; five year lease. Cost log.Juo. terms reasonable. Arthur C. Crossman, 208 Boston Store Bldg. Phone Doug, f 10", NEW HOUSE on PAYMENT Seven rooms, 3071 Spencer St.; brand new; will sell to salaried man on monthly payments, or rent to first class lanaiit. C S. SHEPARD. 2al Wirt St. DLNl'EE By owner, new, strictly mod ern house, east front; fl,'u) rwiiurcd. Harms hk.Wj kstatk riTY PRorr.iiTY kw .if. A Real Bargain Close In ' offer for ale a tx room, all modern home on lmrenport St., only gix block west of the lllth school. House in well built nntl la heated by hot water; full ulre lot f0tl3I; newly paved street; paving paid lit full. We are authnrUed to sell this property for $3,500, but think that price might be shaded a . trifle If sold at once. The Byron Reed Co. Both phones. 213 Fouth 17th. $1,950 BUYS A 5-R00M HOME House 1621 Mandersen St.. nil rooms are of good also, lias entry hall, parlor, dining room and kitchen on first floor; ironi stairway to seconn Hour, w.icie there are two good bedrooms and butli. Peasesxlon csn be given In about 10 days. Th s Is surely a good home In a good location, close tn car and stores, will make easy terms: owner has cut the price down for quick pale. Hastings ft Ilrydrn, li'.ll Harney St. A Snappy Snap Two-story iniinm all modi rn n-room house with Hleeplng porch, oak finish first floor, all large rooms, south front lot, 43x132. This has been reduced from 44.000 to $3,7M1, small cash payment down, balance each month. Brand new, never been occupied. Oo and look at It. lo cated &r22 Seward St. Beri.is-Carlberg Co. 81W.. 1-irandels Theater. I WANT OF! ER 9008 Dodge St.. 8 rooms all modern, room for another house or flat; well built and in good repair. Adjoins boulevard, Turner park and West Farnam district. I want $1,000 for my equity in this property, but will consider any orrer; or win take auto, vacant lot or cottage tn exchange. IN VESTIGATE and make your offer.' Owner, D-784, Care Bee. BENSON The rent you ray tn Omaha will buy a better home In Benson, WELL KL'ILT HOMES. F.S.TRULLINGER, BENSON Modern 7 Room House Only $700 Cash New. all ii.oJtin. 7 rooms and attic: oak finish first floor, mapie second f loot ; itment walks. Prloe. 3,6oO. Terms, IiOO cash, balance easy. Large east trout lot. VX142, Benson & Carmichael BAKOAINS IN TKAClvAOE Two large lota at 40th and Douglas Sts., on belt line In the new trackage district; $3,80o If sold at once. At Tentn and Davenport sts., 132x110 feet, with tracks on ail sides. Tempor- ary Improvements now bring a rental of 2,200 per annum. The best trackage in Omaha today; submit offer. ROBINSON & WOLF 43 Paxton Block. Phone Dougias 2418. ItEAL ESTATE li.MII I AMI COR S.4I.E FARM toaada, DO YOU want a farm tn western Can ada, where the cropa this year are In ad vance of anything grown on the conti nent? For wheat growing, dairying, mixed farming and cattle raising the province of Alberta Is unsurpassed. 1-anda are now offered by the CANA DIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY at prices ranging from $10 to $30 an acre on LONO TERMS of payment or on the crop payment plan. Thlla Is paying for your farm with a portion of your crops each year. Land values have Increased 30 per cent In two years. Oreat opportunity for the homeseeker. Call or write for full particulars, book lets maps, eto. 13. 8. FLOR, General gent. Canadian Pacific Alberta Land Co., 440 Board of Trade Bltlg. Excursion every Tuexday. tee me for rates. (.coral. GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA Traversed by the ATLANTIC, BIRMINGHAM & ATLAN TIC RAILROAD. Lands adaptable to the widest range of crops. All the money crops of the south pientiruiiy produced. For literature treat ing with this coming country. Its soil, climate, church and school advantages, write W. H. LEAHY, DEPT. K. Uetieral paavenger Agent, ATLANTA. OA. Iowa, THE tautest way to find a buyer for your farm la to insert a small want ad In the l)e Moinea Capital. Largest dr. culatlon In the state of Iowa, 43.000 dally. 1 be capital is read by and believed In by the standpatters of Iowa, who simply re fuse to permit any other paper In their homes. Rates, 1 cent a word a day; $l.2fi per line per month; count . ordinary words to the line. Address Des Monies Capital, Des Moines. la. FOR BALE 200 acres; good buildings; will sail less; Inclose stamp. Jamea Johnson, Owner, Bruno, Minn. Mississippi. "Go "South, Young Man" Build yourself a homo on the Oulf Coast. No extremes of weather, either hot or cold. No arouth. Uoud. rich land from $10 up. We own them Easiest of terms. We want farmers. Write for our booklet. COAST REALTY AND COLONY CO., Pascagouia. Miss. Nebraska. SMALL RANCH tor sale near town, about ion acres. Improved. $15 per sere; this Is a Largalu. J. C. littilna, Whit man. Neb. . NEBRASKA and Oregon land, $b up. 4 Brandels Blk., Omaha. Neb. koala Dakota. A FEW stisps In Brule county. Kouth La sots, lands, will pay railroad fare to buyers not satisfied. J. A. t'ranfcy, t Ilk wunu, S. D. The key to success Jui business is Judicious and peralbtetn lu of newapaper advriUlaV KF.AI. F.STATH FARM A HiNtll I tMl FOR Mil! Texas, EXt'l'ltSION to Mont Chtlsto (Tex, th beautiful, Tuesday, IHv. 6. "The rlgnt plane."' for winter homes or Investment. W rite for booklet ami other Information. Q. E. Kellogg. Room 4. Stuart Bldg., Audulnii, la. AK,'iits wanted. I tan. IYM ACRES FREE. our Itnmeatend right good for "At an, and no residence required. VS e can locate you on some of the i-holcrst tracts. Call nNo buy some choice tracts school laud cheap. ' I Sc-.t In ml la-mi; rapidly taken up. Act i(iilck. Address Noi'lbw cmei n I. ends Co., 2H Dooly tlk., Salt ltke City. Clan. ItKAfj KSTATK LOAM WANT ED -Cty loans snd wai rants. VV. Farnam Smith Co , 1XJ0 Farnam 8t. OMAH A Propel tv and Nebraska Lands. OK ICE EE REAL ESTATE CO.. 101 6 New tiinnha Natl Hunk Building. WASTKIM Ity b ana IVIwra Trust Co. $10o to $looo0 mado promptly. Wesd , W'ead Hldg., 1Mb snd Fan F. D. mam. MONEY to loans on business or real. deuce properties, $l,(a) to $.i"0,. W. 11, THOMAS, MM Flrat Nfl Bank Hldg WANT ED FARM l.oANl7 kloke In xesttnent company, Omaha. LOW RATES. REM 1A-CA RLBKRO CO., 31i-;;i: Li an. tela Tin -alrr Rldg , I ) If V I Si Ui 1 ) Loans, $'w and up. tt.U liN jmUCi. ,,mhH Nat i Hank LARtil? LOANS, municipal bonds, nwik BMgcn bought and sold. S I I'LL ItROK. FAltM TaJANS; no commission; optional payment; cheap -money; ttlck service. Ui In S. Merrill. 1213 L'lly Nat I Bank ISIdg. FOU KALE OH KXC1IAXCJK Wl'J exchange propel ties of merit. C. W. Welsh. M2-I3 O. N. Hk. Bldg. Doug. 764. $l.ftw,"oHVT?!"i)r $i o"ouo, $Ti,Titii$Ttvitio stocks of dry goods and groceries to ex rhsnge for land or town property. Fre mont S. tiibaon. Charles Cltv la. TO KXCHANUK- Piano for boaid and room for three; must bo firt class home rooking. I' 7s:l, Bee. FoR SALE $, or exchange best Pay lux n oi'io y bUHiiu'ss. Ilvln, looma. bai n, hoi'so and buggy; rent $10 per month. 87th titul Curtis Ave. MOST piclureaquo 40 acres In America, 14 miles south of Council Iltuffa oil main traveled road. Ideal summer or country home or club. Every natural advantage springs, shade trees, massy valleys, wind ing roads.. Price $7m. Also highly improved 40 acres 4 miles from Ulenwood. 1! acres orchard, bal ance cultivation: rolling, but not roush. Price $.0.0. Address 11, Omaha Bee, Council Hluffs, la. ONE-HALF BLOCK FROM IIANSCOM PARK. Will rent first floor of all modern house to young couple, owner employed during day, reserving second floor for self, and share cost of heating, or will rent entire hotso of 9 rooms, 2 baths, oak floors, lame porch and yard to desirable tenant. Cntl Sunday or after 0 In evenings. 1017 S. 31nt St. WA.N'TKIl TO KLV 2d-hand goods. Kleser, 10L-0 Center. D. f.1- Tl i V bhanies 1 in Co., itM N. llh, x j ito utnaba. We buy all kinds of raw furs; pay high prices. Try us. WAXTKI) TO KT FAMILY of four seeks h gh-cia a boa d Ing place; must be suitable fur cultured people, neighborhood and house must be high-class; near West Farnam Bt. , Ad dress D 6J0. care Bee. TnREK adults nnd 4- ear-old want completely furnished apnrtini nt. Pease do not reply unless neighborhood and all else qual'flea for refined people', West Farnam district, Address C Ks8. care Be WANTED Furnished suite m ar good boarding place, sultsnle for family of thiee adults and chi d. No objomlon to oulsklita If near Fat nam St. Only htgh giauc place considered. Address N 4t&, care Bee. WANTED SITUATIONS I'HAC'l It Ali nurse. Call tl. iitilO. AHU. POSITION by third-year high school boy ; will work from 12 to 6:30 p. m. M. 42, Bee. WHITE woman desires day woik, neat and clean. Phone D. 6740. SITUATION wanted A man gur of general Mote, country town; expti lenced. O J3. Bee. BY high school gmduaie stem g apher, clerical or bookkeeping; utiexpui lenced. L elO, Bee. AN educated wotiuin desires work in Omaha or elcewhore in Insinutiun or tam ily to assist In keeiing and taking caio if cht'dien. Webster 3177. luliitu man nhiiia position as bar tetidei ; experienced. B 615, Bee. W ' . S i I IN i and cm tains d one. T. H. 742"J. BOOK KEEP1NU and clciUal work evenings anu Raturdays; use typewriter, rioress I, 741, Bee REFINED young lady wants position In gootl .family as companion or other pleasant work for the winter. In or out of the city. Address IT 77X care Bee.- WANTED Bundle washing, or work by the day; white woman. F. iVl Hee. COLORED woman wants general house work by the week. Ui2 N. wth Ave. Red 0747. JAPANESE wishes position as general useful man, tt 772. Bee. ELDERLY lady wishes poult Ion u gooij1 home, aa housekeeper for an elderly widower on farm.. Write to 1004 N. 27lli St., or Telephone Webster SIM. YOL'NO matt working way through col lege would like a placu to work out room and board. O 779, Bee. EXPERIENCED bookkeeper, corre spondent, collector and all round office man Is open for position. W 7i0, Bee, POSITION wanted by lady stenog rapher; take rapid dictation. N 7TN, Hee. A MIDDLE aged lady desires position as housekeeper for widower. References excbsiiued. Wild N. gith St. Y'OL'NU lady with one year's experi ence as stenographer wishes a position In a firm; salary according to ability. O 76$, Bee. THREE young ladles, piano plsyer and singer, want position In picture show, ex perienced. Douglas as:,:,. K 77". ties. OOOD, reliable, sober man wunls posi tion us Junltor or watchman; can give good reforencca. Oeorge Fuller, 615 Min ster, Council hluffs. la. YOI'N'O MAN wsnta to work nights and Sunday, or either. It 7H7, Hoc. WANTED A position In some nice family us uurae girl for ono or two chil dren bv a nice young colored girl. Ad dress Miss I-ovetta Ma: tin. 'W.I N. 7th St., Ave. R, Nebtaska City, Neb. MI ST HAVE WORK while attending school or quit; will do any honest work for board and room. Phone Douglas 41X4. WANTED Position as housekeeper by rtapeitiit.li'. rnddle-aged lady. 1'iefer home with children. Also experienced as nurse. Address Mrs. Marie Turner, gen eral delivery. Council Rluffa, la. IJVK STOCK MAKKKT OF WKHT Ship your stock lo South Omaha; save mllage and shrinkage; your consign ment receive prompt and careful atten tion. IJVH STOCK COMMISSION MKIt CHANTS. Bvers Bros. & Co. Strong and responsible. V u i, t'Kis, U4 t KxciiaiiMa B.dg. tit rat V est. Com. o , uinalia 4 Di liver. " Vt. It. MMH 1 f"7iioN "Jusi"lia'iita TeTihe p v. K. I KN N Y" "il"" s"' KxT'l7Tldg" TAUO llllOS. Iiaiid.a cattle, loiga, slie,-p T"la"y. "RobitsiTn"- '7 Ksi:ti7 Ifi'dg.-' Inti ratals Co. Jtetter lesulls. Ship to us tFRK:ifiK7."i I. ... It' i r.lllM A- I !., il l.xcn. II u. Cox A Jours i nm. I o. bunch of liu.lrr. haimera L. S. Com. Co.. tfu Exctiango. Deposit proceeds of atiii'iiieuta In Stoci. Vards Nut'l bank tinlv hunt at r.tt Murtio l.ros. At i o . .-4 Kx. lildg. "UsurLiTiauuiaai' v SHjiaTl4-a'Ea. BklgT OMAHA, TIIK (illAI.N MAKKKT. Nebraska-tow a Oriiln Co, 704 Rrandals WEEKS I1RAIN to., srsln merchajits. ronalcniornis aollclted. 7P.1 llranrtels ROBERTS O II A 1 N CO, rraln coiimun. nioiiK solicited, grain bout lit to s.rlvs, 'Jt ltruiideis. 1.1'tJAL NOTICFS. Notice to contractors. Pealed bids will be received until noon, December I. VII, at Ihe oftlce Of tbe underalgtied, for tbe conatruct'on ot a building st Curtis. Nebraska, for the School of Agriculture. Plana, siieclflca tions nnd bidding blanks are en file at the cftles of Hurd r Miller. Architect I4 Brsndela Theater Bldg.. Omaha, and the office of secretary of state, Lincoln, addison Wait, N14-d-16t Secretary of tttata, KAILWAV T1IF. CAIU1 I MOV TATIO Tcntlt mn Mason t'nlnn pavlftr leprt. Arrive. San Fran. OVerl d L..a 4ram a 7 40 pm L hltia Japan F. M...a 4:tXi pm a ("nii pm Atlantic V:x press a ll:4.'i atn Oiegon Express stl tspm a R io pin Los Angeles Llm'd....al2:4s pm a a pm lietiver Special a 7:04 sin a 7:37 am Centen'al State Sp'c'l all :i pm sll Xnoi (lotndo Express a U:,W pm a 4..M) pm Oregon-W n sh. l,rt'd..sl2.Ml pin a a.!) pm North Platte Local. ..a . lt am n 4 Mi pm tliaml IhIhuiI l.ocnl. ..a t.il pm a 10 .to am Stromahurg Local M2.41 pin liiaopm t hlrauo, llork Islnnil t Partflc . FAST. Rocky Mountain Ltd. ,sl2: am al0:S."i pm Chlciigo Local Pass... .bio. ILI am bio 10 pm Chlcaao Day Ex a I14A am a 4 Wl pin Chicago Express n 4 It) pm a l:li pm lies Moines Local Pss.a 4:27 urn aia U pm Chlciigo-Neb. Lltnltrd. a OK pin a 7 47 am W Fj8T. Chi. -Neb. Lmtd to Un- coln a :01 am a 6:.M pid Chl.-Colo. 1'x press a 1:15 put a 4 00 pm Oh I. Tex. Express... a HOD pm a11:'i am Rocky Mountain Ltd..al0:1il ptu alS.JO am illssoarl Pari fir K. C. & St. L. Kx l.n) am a 7:o am K. C. A St. L. Kx....all:iri pui a 6:50 ptn Chlesao, Mllnaakee at. Pawl Overland Limited a ":r,0 pm 013 am Perry laical l:;Mini 11:00 pm Colormlo Express a o pm x.jh pm Colorado Special a 7:4$ am :W am Perry Local a..... b 6:15 pm 12:06 p in tsiraso A nrlh western NORTHBOUND. Mlnn.-fU. Paul Ex. .. ,b 7:00 am Minn. -St. Paul L t d. ..a ti:tai urn a OA am a 10 so pm i win v.iiv express.. Sioux City looal.... .a 7:4 am .a S t pm a 1:1 pm Minn. Dakota Ex Twin City Limited.. Minnesota, Express.. a i :oo bin a :ih am a 7:.to am allioo am a $ 45 pm EASTHOUNn. Carroll Loral,, :oo am a :10 pm Daylight Chicago.... ..a 7:40 am ..al2:O0 pm ..a 6.10 pm ..a :til pm . .a h.K.1 pm ..a l ot) pm . .a i fiu pm ..a 4::o pm alO 40 pm Chicago Local a a :x om Colorado-Chicago ... Chicago Special I'ac i nnai-Cblcugo. . Los Angeles Limited u.ii.anu i.ltiiiied.... t airuli lAical Fast Mall a 2:2H pm a :4H am a :i:.'.i .m ai2:.'io pm a :I6 am a 10 on an ..a K;S0 pm a 3:36 pm v.ednr Rapids, Ploux A omaha , Centennial Btate Llm. 12.40 am W E8TBOUND. Long Pine a &:00 am Nortolk-Dallae a :o0 am Long Pine-Lincoln. ...a 2:16 pm HastlngH-Superlur ...,b 2:1.'. pm a S .W ptn 11:15 pm au twi am al0:U pm a 6:20 pm a :ai pm Deadwood-ilot SP'gs..a $:fui nm a 6:30 urn v asper-Lanuer a a M pin all iiopm Freinont-A.blun b 6. JO pm b 1:56 pm hlesao Oreat Western - Chicago Limited a 8:26 pm Twin City Limited a 8:.W pm a 7:4 am Twin city Express. ...a 1:45 am a :M pm Chicago Express a 1:46 m Liocai i'assenger a b:1 pm ubnab Omaha St. Louis Ex. .a 30 pm a :16 am Vu I and Exnri SH 1 I'M im all l. l,m Htanb'y L. (from C.B.)U 5:00 pm b!0:15 am lil.nola I rnlral Chicago Lxpiesa a 7.00 am a I 45 pm Chicaau Limited. ..ati.oupm a 1:00 am Burlington elation tenth A Mason Burlington Arrive, a 1:46 pm a 8:46 piu a 11:10 put a 8:45 pm al2.1& pin a 7 oo am a 6 10 pm a :I0 pm a .(M am blO 20 am b I OX am a tin am a 2:40 pm all:16 pm a i :oo pm a t ha pm a h raj am alO.ao am bill: 5 am sl1:M am a S:46 am a 6:10 pm .1 Denver A California.. a 410 pm Puget Sound Express.a 4:10 pm Nebraska points as: Jo am Black Hills a 4:10 pm Lincoln Mali b 1:.R pin N oi III west Express.., all Mi pm Nebraska points a 11:20 am Neluabka Express.. ..a b:lu am Llllcoill Local . schuy ier-Piuilhiiiouth b Lit tin Lincoln Local PiaUhmouth-luwa ....a h:1n am Bellcvue-I'iattamouth al2;.) pm Chicago Special a 7. 15 am Denver Special all:a pm Chicaso Entires a a-'Ai nm Chlu. East Express.. .a 6:30 nm Iowa Local a 0:15 nm (.'rest on tla ) l.ocal...b ) pui St. lxu!s Express a 4:HS Pm K. C. fit. Joseph. ...altl:46 pm K. C. St. Joseph. ...a 8:16 am K. C. 4fc St. Joseph. ...a 4:10 pm Webster station loth and, Webater, Mlssonrl Pa elf lei. Auburn I.ooal Hi tea g, at. Pat Omaha Sioux Clly Express, Omaha Loral Sioux City Pass Twin City Pass EineiKon Local b) dully except only. tu daily. Arrive. Depart. ,.b 1:50 pm bll 56 am il, Allnneapolla A Arrive. ..b 6:25 pm Depart. b!2: pm o l pin o t.ii pm b 9:10 s'rri . .b 4f, em ,b 6:56 pm Sunday. tc Sunday KHARAS MDSIGO TO PRISON Sentence "of Foraer Omaha Stock Operator is Confirmed. GETS TERM AT LEAVENWORTH Victimised Many Omabn and loan ell Hluffs People Throe ah Halo of mock In "Patent1 Devlre. United St. ilea Attorioy V. 8. Howell received notification from the clerk of the federal circuit court of appeals at St. laiuls yesterday that the ruling mude by Judge W. II. Munger several years ago In the case of tin United States against Theodore Kharas, In which Kharas was on trial on the charge of using the malls to defraud, was upheld. United States Marshal Warner has been ihrtrurted to take Kharas Into custody and he will at once begin to serve the four months' sentence in the Ix-sveu-worlh pentltentlary Imposed upon him, and will be required to pay the $K)0 flue In addition. Several years tmo Kharas came into prominence by clulmlng to be the In ventor of a devlou to revolve tha signs bl street ours and other places. His ma chine included a mjtor which turned a number of signs arranged in the shupe of a puddle wheel of a steamboat. By it, he said, thousands of dollars could be made by persons selling advertising space, a the apace they could sell would be practically unlimited.' Kharas claimed that lie had patented the scheme In the United Statea and all civilised foreign countries and organised nearly a dosen syndicates and companies to manufac ture the machine. A I. If Problem Salved by that great health tonic. Electric Bit Una, la the enrichment of poor, tliln blood and strengthening tha weak. eOc. For sal by ttaua Drug C'a BOOKLET OUTON OMAHA UNI Board of Trustees Tells of Its Plans and Prospects, OUTLINES ENDOWMENT SCHEME Kent little Publication tiliri Pli tares and t nlrerslty Statistics and Names of Vnrleaa Committees, That Hie people of Omaha aid vicinity may know what work the University ot Omaha la carrying on. Its aims for tlm future and by what means It Is expected that the $JC,000 current expense fund for three years and an endowment fund of $1,000,000 will be raised, the board ot trustees has laaued a neat and attractao booklet. The cover Is ot fins buff paper tilth the corporate seat ot the unlversltf snd this sentence In heavy gold type. The University of Omaha, Endowed by the People of Omaha." The first page Is) devoted to the busi ness dnpsrtmtrit and, aside from the HM ofofflcers of the board and members of the advisory board, which Is maoe lip of en representing the different banking and Investment companies of the tlt. contains the names of the committee on publicity. This committee wag recently appointed by the Omaha Ad club. The members are: Chairman, Edwin T. Swobe, vice president National Fidelity and Casualty company; Henry R. Oerln. president Hrnry R. tiering company; Ralph K. Sunderland, secretary Sunder land Bro. company; Robert H. Manley. advertising manager J. L. Brandels ft Hons, ami Thomas B. Coleman, assistant manager Midland Glaa and Paint com pany. Plclnre ef Fatare I nl. Near the front there Is a picture of li.e hullithigs and campus of the unlversll as It' will be In years to como. On eacli succeeding page there are srnall nil a showing different phases of college life The reading matter begins with tins statement: "Flist of all, the University of Omaha la a reality. It la an estab lished Institution." It then goes on lo tell of the needs of .the growing genera tion. It says thcr has long been felt Ihe need for a university that U a Chris tian school and yet free from the restric tions of iectarlanlsm. and that the Uni versity of Omaha la meeting that need. A striking comparison Is drawn be tween the auspicious hrglpnlng of the local Institution and the trials s.nd strug gles that soma of the largest universities In. the country experienced when they were first founded. The new university has as a model Harvard, for It, too, was founded and supported for' many years by popular subscription. One thing not widely known, w.dch this booklet brings forth, Is that 80 per cent of the students in attendance at American universities reside within a. radius of forty miles from the place of learning. It closes with a few clipping from the Ooat, the official paper of Ak-8ar-Ben. ' One of these Is; "Next year the uni versity will bring hera (or keep here) $r000 to $70,000 for tha business world of Omaha." Life of Harriman Told; by a Friend of Empire Builder Officers at Union Parlflo headquarters are In receipt of copies) of a little booklet, entitled. "Edward Hsnry Harrtman." written by John Mulr.. The booklet eon tains thirty-nine piges, printed In large, c'rar type, bound In soft leather cover, of a Quaker gray color.' Tha booklet la tn the natura of a memorial and describee Incidents In the life of the late Edward Henry Harrtman, most of which came under the personal observation of Mr. Mulr. The author aye: , "The greater his burdens, tha more formidable the obstacles looming ahead of him, the greater his enjoyment. He fairly reveled In heavy dynamical work and went about tt natural?) and unwear lly, like glaciers making landscapes, cut ting canyons through ridges, carrying off hills, laying rails and bridges over lakes and rivers, mountains and plains, mak ing the nation's ways' straight and smooth and safe, bringing everybody nearer to ona another. He seemed to rs- . gard tha whole continent as his farm and all the people as his partners, stirring millions of workers Into useful action, plowing, sowing, Irrigating, mining, build ing cities and factories, farms and hotsea," Mr. Mulr describes the personal ap pearance of Mr. Harriman, tella of his oapuclty for handling great volumes of buslnuss. He first met Mr. Harriman in U. and from that time until the death of tha latter, tha two ware close friends. He accompanied Mr. Harriman on a trtu to Alaska and spent a summer at his mountain home In tha Klamath Lake ceunlry In Oregon. Talks Student Rule at Omaha University "Student Government' is tha laiett theme of tha students of tha University uf utnaha. A mass meeting will be held Tueaday noon at which a committee will recommend a student senate, and will propose a definite plan for student gov ernment. This mov Is tha outcome of a meeting of tha Debating and Oratori cal association held Friday evening at tho university. A short program wag given, the main feature being a debate on student gov ernment at the University ot Omaha, and which was won by tha affirmative side. Tbe debate precipitated an open discussion of the question and the call lor the tnaaa meeting. Student government has been tried In colleges and schools all over tha coun try and has met with varying degrees uf success. Where it has failed it has gen erally been due to the abruptness wltn which It was Introduced Into the college. say students at tha University of Omaha. The implicit confidence that many peo pie lmve In Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is found on their experience In the use of that remedy und tnelr knowledge of the many remarket)!. cures of colic, diarrhoea and dytentary that It ha effected. 1'or tale by u:l dvalers. The key to succeos In business la the judicious and persistent uie of newspaper advertising. Meslran State Secede.. MEXICO CITY, Nov. S4.-The state or Oaxaca today formally ooclared thnt II does not recognise the central govern, me.iit. The action was taken by the h-gU-latura and ratified by Uoveroor Ileum, Juarel Jr.. as a result of the refuaul of lTeetdent Madero to permit tha federal troop to aaaist the governor is suppres sing local uuiurrevlioulsia.