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I Ha* $$ If ill llt 1^' Sri "a 'I a/V" DR CHAREST Therapeutic Specialist .Diseases of Men, Diseases of W.omeq, Nervous Diseases, Skin Diseases, At New Hope House APRIL 7TH Returning every four weeks. 'ir- .»vl Dr. Charest has a long and success ful experience in the treatment of all curable medical and surtfical1 diseases. His equipment is unexcelled by any In stitute or Hospital' west of Chicago, and the most scientific methods of Eu ,rope and the east. These include the -X-Ray. Radium.Ray, Vibrators, Mas sage, Finsen light, Lmph and the most carefully,prepared medicines, for treating diseases, and they cure to stay cured,, all curable diseases in cluding Eye, Ear,- Nose, Throat. Lung Trouble, Bronchitis, OQDSurrption in its early stages,: Catarrh, Stomach and Bowel Troubles, Appendicitis, Rheumatism, .ISepralgia,.'disease of the brain and .Nerves, .."Kidney and Liver troubles. Ringing of the Ears, including the beginning of, progressive deafness, Bladder troubles, Heart trouble, Sore eyes, Cataract, orn plaints pf weakness, (Sterility, Blood, Skin and private diseases,, diseases of men, Dizziness,. Vertigo, -Drains and losses, find diseases tending toward permanent insanity, quickly and per manently cured. Cancers, Piles, Tu .-rnors, Warts, Moles., .and all -mali gnant growths, treated, successfully -without the knife, and absolutely with out pain, by an, entirely new method lately discovered in Paris, France. Consultation,to ithose interested, $1 In Fargo. Fridays, Saturdays and -S indsiys, office 1123—5th Ave.' South. DR. CHAREST, Fargo, N. D. Our Pattern Department -CHARMING GOWN FOR. EVENING WEAR. & I. Patterns Nos. 5992, and 5995.—Tha illustration shows a charmingly sim ple yet modish design, handsomely de veloped in hydrangea blue crepe de chine. The skirt is one of the new est among the many styles brought .out this season, and is exceedingly graceful. The top is given close ad justment by, tucks that are stitched to, ,deep yoke depth, except in the front, ,which is left plain in panel effect Gir cular flounces add a becoming flare to the lower edge, which may be in medium sweep or round length. For 36-inch bust measure two and one half yards of 44-inch material will be. required for the waist and 8% yards for the skirt. Ladles' Evening Waist No. 5992.—Sizes for 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 ,and 42 inohes bust measure. Ladies' five-gored skirt in medium sweep or round length, and with or without the three circular flaunces. Sizes for 22, 24, 26, 28, 30 and 32 inches waist ^measure. The accompanying illustration callB for two separate patterns, a waist and a skirt, which will be mailed to any ^•address on the receipt of 10 cents in silver or stamps for each. This pattern will be sent to you on -receipt of. 10-cents. Address all orders to the Pattern Department of this paper. (Be store to give size and number of pat tern wanted. For convenience, write your order on the following coupon: ,No 5992 and 5995. JfAMB ADDRESS. rThe PIONEER PBINTERY prints any »things Tryit^avdsee. KAISEB TUBiiS D,W,'I HILL REFUSES TO RECEIVE HIM .AS AMERICAN AMBASSADOR. Diplomatist Is Persona non grata for 8ome Reason Not Yet Known „.in Wa*hinfltpn. Washington, Mar. 26.—The Qer man government has declined to re oeive Dr -DavidJayne- Hlll in the ca pacity of American ambassador to succeed Charlemagne Tower, whose resignation has been accepted to take .effect upon the qualification of hiB successor. Dr. Hill is at pres ent American minister to The Hague and was formerly first assistant sect retary of state under the administra tion of Secretary Hay. The objection to Dr. Hill is one purely personal to Emperor William, who has simply caused" it to be made known that the American diplomatist is persona non grata to him. The reason for the emperor's objection is connected with the visit to America several years ago of his brother, Prince Henry, the ranking admiral of the German navy. Dr. Hill at that time was first assistant secretary of state and necessarily was brought into official contact with the distinguished foreign visitors. Just what he did or did not do to give offense is not known here. A perplexing feature of the case is presented by the fact that last No vember the German government let it be known that Dr. Hill would be cor dially received as American ambassa dor to Berlin. After a conference between Ambas sador Sternberg and Secretary Root it was ascertained that a letter is en route from the German capital which contains a full explanation of the rea sons for the change of attitude on the part of. that government toward Mr. Hill. HOT BATTLE IN. CONVENTION. Two Factions of Tennessee Repub Means Have Lively Fight. Nashville,, T.enn., Mar. 26.—Repub licans of Tennessee assembled here Wednesday morning for a state con vention. .Now black eyes, skinned heads and .bruised faces testify to the riot that marked the gatherings in the hall of the house of representatives at the capitol. The battle was between two fac tions, one. supporting the interest of Congressman W. P. Brownlow, the other of former Commissioner of Pensions H. Clay Evans. The Brown low :,forc.es .wanted W. J. Oliver of Knoxvijle. for national committeeman the Evans men favored the candidacy of Congressman N. W. Hale for that position. Incidentally, Richard Aus tin is: a candidate for congress against Mr. Hale. The Oliver men first took posses sion of the hail, and it was on the ad vent of the Evans cohorts that the trouble started, and for an hour pan demon ium reigned. During the trouble more than a dozen fist fights occurred, and in several instances pistols were drawn. One man produced a hatchet which he was preparing to wield .when .Intercepted. Finally the police re stored, order with the Oliver men in Control. KOREAN'S BULLET IS FATAL. Durham W. Stevens Dies as Result of His Wound. San rrs,nc!rco, Mar. 26.—Durham W. Stevens died Wednesday at 11:30 o'clock, a few minutes after recovery from the anaesthetic administered when: an operation was performed earlier in the evening. Mr. Stevens was shot by a Korean who blam^di him for the. protectorate .of Japan over-JCorea. He. was the ad viser of the Seoul government. ...Brave Seamen Commended. Washington, Mar. 26.—Commenda tion has been made by Rear Admiral Evans of Seamen J. A| Garhan, J. I, Holley, F. G.' Goodwin and J. F. Bier ler for an act of bravery which oc curred while the fleet was off Sandy Point, Punta Arenas, Chili. These men at great personal risk entered boat that was leaking badly and res cued Midshipmen Starr :and haB Osburn, ,Who had been thrown into the water by the capsizing of a dingy. Gen. Home Is Acquitted. Kansas City, Mo., .Mar. 27.—Gen. R. C. Horne was acquitted of the charge of murdering H. J. Groves, managing editor of the Kansas City Post, by jury in the criminal court here Thurs day night. The verdict stated that Gen. Home was insane when he shot Grpves and not fully recovered, and commits him to an asylum. Dr. Franklin W. Hays Dead. Indianapolis, Ind., Mar. 26.—Mes sages received Wednesday announce the death of Dr. Franklin W. Hays at Los, Angeles, Cal. Dr. Hays was well1 known throughout Indiana, was the first president of the Columbia club ajid a life-long intimate friend of James Whitcomb Riley. Virginia udge Removed. Richmond, Va., Mar. 27.—The gen eral assembly of Virginia Thursday adopted a resolution. removing Judge J. W. G. Blackstone of the Eleventh circuit from office. The grounds upon -which-this action-were baeed-areim morality and gross neglect of official duty.. AI iWeiicKnown Educator Dies. New York, Mar. 26.—Dr. Truman sJAy 'Backus,,,president of the Factor Collegiate. Institute of Brooklyn and well-known educator, died Wednesday, was* born in Milan, N. ?. in-1842 FORMER ADJUTANT GENERAL IS NEAR DEATH AT HANDS OF DYNAMITER. LABOR ACTIVITIES Despite precautions against such-.an attempt, such as patrols and arollghts about the..house, a stick of dynamite or a prepared -bomb was placed under or near Gen. Wells' bed. Gen. Wells was sleeping, as was his habit,, on an outer porch of the- house and he was ^hurled, with the. debris many feet from the. wrecked house. Side of .Houee*tTorn Out. The side-of the house was .torn completely out hardly a stick of the bed remained. Gen^ Wells took a ^lead ing part in the: suppression of .labor troubles .in this state: in 1904-05 and was prominently identified with the recent prosecution of. officers of the Western Federation of Miners at Boise on the charge of complicity in the as sasinatipn of former Gov. Frank Steunenberg. He had been active also in securing the extradition from Ida ho of Steye Adams, to be tried here on charges, of murder in connection with the miners' strike in 1904. Gen. Wells is general manager of the Smuggler Union mine ..and his home where the explosion occurred is located .on that property, at Pan dora, several smiles from town. The general appeared in:.town Saturday night with his head bandaged, but oth erwise apparently none the worse for his experience. One:-Suspect Arrested.' One suspect has been arrested and is held in the city jail pending a thor ough investigation relative to his al leged connection with the explosion. The entire city and county police forces are working on the case -and more arrests are- expected Saturday. "I have formed no opinion concern ing the affair, and perhaps will not un til the matter is fully investigated," said. Gen. Wells. "It is all strange to me. I was in town last night and did not return home until midnight or thereabouts. I noticed nothing out of the ordinary about the house, and re tired as usual in the sleeping porch which I use almost the year around. Awakened by Loud Report. "The next I remember was being awakened by a loud report and found myself flying through the air. I must have been hurled against the roof of the porch. When I had fully regained my senses I was buried under a mass of wreckage, the bed having been re duced to kindling and the porch bad ly damaged. "At first I did not realize what had happened. As soon as I could extri cate myself I made a tour about the house. "I saw no one. I then notified the sheriff by telephone. I could not say whether it was a bomb or a stick of dynamite that placed under the bed." Posse Hurries to Scene. When news of the explosion reached Telltirlde the sheriff with a corps of deputies hurried to the scene. The neighborhood for miles around was thoroughly scoured, but no trace of the dynamiters was found. The bomb or stick of dynamite had evidently been placed under the bed some- time Fri day and set ofE at the time desired by the use of clockwork or a time fuse. Every nook and corner about the house and in the vicinity was searched *in-an effort-to find machin ery of some sort and the failure to dis cover anything of the kind has caused the officers to believe that an odorless fuse had been attached to the ex plosive. Select Bank Officers. Kansas City, Mo., Hilar. 30.—The board of directors of the reorganized National Bank of Commerce at a meet ing finally selected the officers of the institution as follows: William B. Ridgely, president George T. Cutts, vice-president, and Edward Ridgely, cashier. SORRY HE SPOKE. Hubby—Just look at that idiot, Fltz Jones, what a charming, amiable wife has—seems to me all the biggest fools get hold ofthe prettiest women! Wifey—You're right, aobody knows .that-better than!-do. .. V^fe--'-' -:-iinirn• Ti liiii 1 GIVEN, AS.BEASGN Explosive Shatters His Bed -?6ut Leader Escapes i, Unscathed—Re newal of War Is Said to iBe.- in Progress-TrrPrecautions Taken, a Telluride, Col.,. Mar. 30.—Former A-djt.-Gen. Bulkeley Wells narrowly :es caped death or, serious injury at,*,his home 'here Saturday, from .a vwell planned effort to assassinate him. (With dynamite. •pri'-f* John J. Wamberg CUPID ARMOR' PLATE. "Wus you ever in love, Jimmie?" "Naw. I guess I'm one of dese immunes." .THE. LIGHT OF INVESTIGATION HAS MADE IMlWmHHHIIity lQrJ^.1 GETTING HIS. Mr. Joaker—I- enjoyed a good laugh ifct the dentist's to-day. •i iMrsJoaker—'Laugh! 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