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"SIGHT
FATAL TO YOUTH
Rogers Sorenson of Independence,
Dies From Burns in Hospital
at Lisbon, N. D.
RUSHES BY FATHER
A SHEET OF FLAMES
Investigation Showed That Two.
Thirds of Body Was Badly
Burned
(Special to The Tribune)
LaMoure, N. D., March li.—"Path
©r, I'm on lire!" shouted Roger Sor
enson—a human torch—as lie rushed
by his father, L. Sorenson of Inde
penden.ee. A few hours later and tho
12-year-old schoolboy was dead. The
tragedy occurred yesterday.
Oil on "Dead" Coals.
His clothes partially soaked with
gasoline, Roger had attempted to
start afire in the furnace at the store.
Thinking that the fire was out, he
used some kerosene. There was. how­
ever, several hot coals in the bed. An
explosion followed, which shot a shoot
of flames at the boy, igniting his sat­
urated clothing from head to foot.
Drops to Floor.
The father, upon entering the store,
heard the explosion and saw his son
dash past hiin, wild from pain arm
fright. It was impossible for Mr. Sor­
enson to catch the boy until his son
had gone three times around the cel­
lar, when Roger dropped to the lloor.
Most of Body Borned.
Despite the fact that his left hand
waspainfolly burned, the lather made,
a heroic effort to save the life of the
child with his right hand, and succ­
eeded in stripping him. Little investi-
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•with one of tho most remarkable ac­
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slightest change of expression, such
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gation was needed (o show that two
thirds of the body was badly burned.
Roger was rushed to the hospital
at Lisihon. He was not doomed to
suffer long. Death occurred at 11
o'clock in the evening.
Spills Gas on Clothes.
Previous to starting tho (ire in the
l'urnace, Roger had volunteered to
empty the surplus gasoline from the
engine in the elevator, the overflow
pipe having become frozen, in per­
forming his duty, some gasoline spill­
ed on his clothes.
Rev. Gaston
of Werner,
Moderator
Bismarck Presbytery Endorses
Action of President Wilson
in Resolutions
(Special to The Tribune.)
Mandan, N. D„ March 16.— Resolu­
tions heartily endowing and approv­
ing the recent actions of President
Woodrow Wilson "for the protection
of the live^ and the enforcement of
the rights the citizens of the Unit­
ed States anfl for the maintenance of
the honor of the nation," were adopt­
ed at the close of the spring meeting
of the Bismarck presbytery held in
this city.
Rev. Gaston Moderator.
The Preslbytery of Bismarck conven­
ed Tuesday evening. The retiring
moderator, Rev. F'. W. Thompson, pre­
siding, and assisted by Rev. S. A.
Walker, Steele, who had charge of the
singing. Rev. E. K. Goodwin, Beliield,
read the scripture and Rev. II. C. Pos
tlethwaite Bismarck, led in prayer.
By special request of the moder­
ator, Rev. Joseph Gaston, of Werner,
preached the sermon. At the conclu­
sion of the pii'bllc service an election
for moderator was held and Itov. J.
Gaston, Werner, was the unanimous
choice for the office.
At the morning session of Wednes­
day Rev. R. II. Myers of Hazen was
elected as ministerial commissioner
to the General Assembly, Rev. S. A.
Walker of Steele being alternate. As
lay commissioner the Hon. S. L. Nn
chols of Mandan was elected and Sen­
ator G. D. King of Menoken was elect­
ed as alternate.
The pu'blic meeting on Wednesday
evening was a most interesting one.
*Rev. E. E. Goodwin of Belfield gave
an interesting address on "The Chang­
ed Life" aind was followed by lev. H.
C. Postlethwaite, pastor of the Presby­
terian church of Bismarck, who gave
an inspiring address on "The Evangel­
istic Church," which held his audience
in rapt attention from first to last.
DANCE!
SATURDAY NIGHT At
Commercial Club Rooms
ORCHESTRA MUSIC
500 HEAD
Range Hereford Heifers and Steers
for Sale Now at Mandan
The kind ranch men are looking for.
Write, wire or call for information. Time given responsible.
parties.
KING CATTLE CO.
NIGEY HOTEL—MANDAN
MM 10 ME HIIILE
IEI0RIM ID EOITN Ml!
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The Canadian government has commissioned Miss Florence Wyle, a
young American sculptress, to carve a marble statue of Miss Edith Ca
vell, the martyred Belgian nurse. Canadian school children gave their
savings for the memorial whkfh Miss Wyle is planning in her studio in
southern California.
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WYLlL
^xLoRENCE
Reported That Effort Is Being
Made to Retain Item for
Maintenance at Dickinson
VETO MESSAGE WILL TELL
WHY PROJECTS WERE CUT
Anticipated Omnibus Bill Will
Not Be Signed and Filed
Until Late Tomorrow
It is understood that while Gov­
ernor Frazier feels he must veto all
appropriations for buildings for the
Dickinson normal,, he wil make an ef­
fort to retain in the appropriation bill
$20,000 provided for maintenance,
which would enable Dickinson normal
to organize and conduct a school for
the ensuing two years in the armory
building.
Governor Frazier was not well this
morning and did not reach his office
until 10:3(0, a very late hour for him.
The morning was taken up with con­
ferences, and it was announced at
noon there was little probability of
the appropriation bill's being signed
today. The governor has not yet be­
gun the preparation of his veto mes­
sage explaining his action on the vari­
ous items eliminated from the omni­
bus measure. lie has until midnight
tomorrow to complete this task, and
lie is taking his time.
STUDENTS CONSUME LOTS
OF EATS—$25,000 WORTH
OF GROCERIES REQUIRED
Approximately $2f.000 worth of gro­
ceries iind meats, for three months
coffee ami tea for six mouths, and
(•aimed goods for twelve months will
lie required to feed students of higher
educational institutions who feed at
the state's seven boarding houses. The
state caters to students at all of the
educational institutions except the Bot­
tineau school of forestry, and the
board of regents now is making out
requisitions for supplies as above enu­
merated. Bulk groceries and vegeta
bles and incuts are contracted for three
months in advance tea and coffee six
months ahead, and canned goods for a
year's use. The total of the present
contracts will reach $25,000.
The Hotel of Character and Com­
fort. Hotel Radisson, Minneapolis.
iir rats ra
IN
Glorious!"
Ah! what relief. No more tired
feet no more burning feet n.o more
swollen, aching, tender, sweaty feet.
iNo more soreness in corns, callouses,
bunions.
(No matter what ails your feet or
what under the sun you've tried with­
out getting relief, just use "Tiz."
"Tiz" Is the only remedy that draws
out all the poisonous exudations
which puff up the feet. "Tiz" cures
your foot trouble so you'll never limp
or draw up your face in pain. Your
shoes won't seem tight and your feet
will never, never hurt or get sore and
swollen. Think of it, no more foot
misery, no more agony from corns,
callouses or bunions.
Get a 25-cent box at any drug store
or department Btore and. get Instant
relief. .Wear smaller shoes. Jost
once try "Tlx." Get a whole year's
foot comfort for only 25 cents. Think
of it. ______
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE
Highwaymen Who Escaped From
Penitentiary or Violated Pa
role Returned
MADE HIS GETAWAY
IN EMPTY CELLAR
Charles Tilwickie One of Trio
Who Rode Out of Gates Be­
hind Switch Engine
Exchanging the sunny skies of Cali­
fornia for the wintry iblasts of North
Dakota, and the comparative freedom
of the gay knigM of the road for the
confinement of the state penitentiary,
Charles Tilwickie alias Charles Thom­
as, late of Stockton, and Clarence Hy
land alias Clarence Valentine are to­
day once more behind the familiar
walls of North Dakota's state prison.
Tilwickie and Hyland arrived last
night in tow of Parole Officer W. D.
Dopking. Tilwickie, serving for high­
way robbery, was one of three pris­
oners who rode out of the prison gates
in a coal car last summer. Upon
reaching the Bismarck yards, the fugi­
tives piled out of the coal car and beat
It for the brush, on the Mandan side,
where they lay in hiding until night,
catching a freight train west. Til­
wickie left the train at Dickinson and
thence worked his way by slow de
grees to the Pacific coast, which he
followed down to Stockton, where he
was arrested a few weeks ago as an
accomplice in a highway roibbery.
There was no real evidence against
him, and when he was identified by
the Bertilllon experts as a man warn­
ed in North Dakota, the prison author­
ities were notified, and he was turned
over to Dopking. Tilwickie is glad
to get back, declaring he felt home­
sick the moment he got outside the
prison.
Hyland was out on parole when he
jumped the state. He is another high­
wayman, and it was while in the al­
leged act of plying his trade that he
Was taken, lb custody' at Fresno* CM.
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GRAIN MARKETS
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MINNEAPOLIS.
No. 1 Hard 'i... 19 @200
No. 1 Northern 190
Nt. 1 Northern Choice. 197
Regular to arr 188
Choice to arr 194
No. 2 Northern 186 @194
No. 3 Wheat 180 @188
No. 2 Mont. Hard 192 @194
No. 2 Mont. Hard to arr 190 @192
No. 1 Durum 192 V6
No. 1 Dur. Choice .. 198%@201,/£
No. 1 Dur^m to arr .».. 192%
Choice to arr
.v.
201%
NO. 2 Durum 187%# 194%
No. 3 Yellow Corn ~r. 108 @109
No. 3 Yellow Corn to atr 107 @109
Other Grades Corn .... 101 @108%
No. 4 Yellow Corn to arr 106 @108
No. 2 White Mont. ..:. 64 @65
No. 3 White Oats 56% 58
No. 3 White Oats to arr 5«%@ 57%
No. White Oats 55%@ 57%
Barley 96 @110
Barley Choice 116 @124
Rye 155%@156%
Rye to arr 1&5%@156%
Flax 286 @295
Flax to arr 286 @295
May 184
July 178%
September 149
Close 1:37 p. m.
DULUTH
May
July
No. 1 Hard on trk
No, 1 Northern on trk.
No. 2 Northern on trk
No. 3 Northern on trk.. 177 @182
No. 1 Northern to arr ... 189
No. 2 Mont. Hard on trk 189
No. 2 Mont. Hard to arr 189
No. 1 Spot Durum 192%!
No. 2 Spot Durum .... 81%@189%
No. 1 Durum to arr .... 190%'
May 192%
Oats on trk 55% 57%
Oats to arr 55%,
Rye on trk and to arr.. 154 @155
Barley on trk
Flax on trk and to arr
Choice Flax on trk ...
May
July
Close 1:42 p. m.
FEET
"My, How 'Tiz' Gladdens Tired, Swol­
len, Burning Feet—It's
90 @123
289%:
290
291
£92%
CATTLE MABKST8
ST. PAUL.
HOGS—Receipts, 7,000. Market,
steady. Range, $14.00 to $14.40 bulk,
$14.15 to $14.25.
CATTLE—Receipts, 2600. Killers,
steady. Steers, $5J5'0 to $11.50 cows
and heifers, $6.00 to 9.00 calves, 25c
higher, at $5.00 to $12.25 stockers
and feeders, slow to lower, at $100
to $8.50.
®HEEP—Receipts, 200. Lambs,
stronger sheep steady. Lambs, $4.00
to $8.25 wethers, $6.00 to $11.00
ewes, $5.50 to $10.75.
CHICAGO.
HOGS—Receipts, 19,000. Market,
slow, at 10 to 15c above yesterday's
average. Bulk, $14.65 to $14.95 light,
$14.15 to $14.90 mixed, $14.40 to
$15.00 heavy, $14.44) to $15.00 rough.
$14.40 to $14.56 pigs, $10.75 to $13.25.
CATTLE—Receipts, 2,000. Market,
weak. Native beef steers, $9.00 to
$12.60 western steers, not quoted
stockers and feeders, $6.80 to $9.75
cows and heifers, $5.70 to $10.65
calves, $9.75 to $13.75.
SHEEP—Receipts, 8,000. Market,
steady. Wethers, $11.00 to 12.60
lambs, $12.% to $14.85.
Year visit to the Tffn Cities will
be mere enjoyable if yw etep at this
Fiimw
Hostelry.
Hotel ftatftaeen, WiMMapditf
Roome fttt at fuo to fgJS.
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TONIGHT!
Friday, March 16th
key
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Matinee
"'0»lly'3:30
TENDENT EIGHT
N SUPREME COURT
Efforts of H. L. Woll to Oust H.
K. Jenson Reach High Trib­
unal
The supreme court now lias under
consideration the question of wheth­
er H. L. Woll, as second man in the
race for superintendent of schools of
Morton county, is entitled to the jdb.
on the grounds that H. K. Jensen,
who ran first is unqualified.
This scrap has furnished Morton
county a lot of diversion, tout it was
comparatively tame when it reached
supreme court for argument this week.
Judge Samuel L. Nuchols appeared
for Woll, and J. A. Heder of Suhivan
& Sullivan, for Jensen. Woll attended
in person, but Jensen did not appear
The case comes to supreme court
from the Morton county district court,
where Judge J. M. Hanley held the
majority must rule, and that no mat­
ter whether Jensen is qualifleu or not,
Woll, "who was defeated, and who did
not receive a majority of the vote3
cast at the general election for this
office, cannot claim the job.
SPRING
SUITINGS AND
OVERCOATINGS
In the Latest Patterns
Fit and Workmanship
Guaranteed
rJ'
185
179%
190
189
183 @185
j. Vivian & Co.
MERCHANT TAILORS
ESTABLISHED 1878
IRVING VIVIAN, R«prcMsUllv«
Block
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Opposite P. O.
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PRESENTS-
Frank Keenan
IN
The Thoroughbred
A Thrilling Story of the Race Track, by C. Gardner Sullivan.
Produced by THOMAS H. INCE in Five Acts.
Vtme"Dollars and Sense"
YOU KNOW WHAT KEYSTONE COMEDIES ARE.
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One big lot of beautiful Ginghams to sell
at, per^ yard
Everyone is Going
*wheRE?*
The St. Patrick's Ball
To be given under the auspices of the M. B. A. for
the benefit of die Ladies' Drill Team
SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 17
Patterson's HalL O'Connor's Orchestra.
EVERYONE INVITED.
FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1917.
TONIGHT!
7:20 and 9:05 P. M.
For One Day Only
SATURDAY
We will place on sale thousands of yards
of Prints in all the new and staple shades at
7c
per yard
Thousands of van Is of Percale to sell at
sale price
5
A Ileal Snapr
Thousands of yards of Ginghams, 30 inches
wide, 25c quality at sale price, per yard
Come and see those beautiful new Dress
Ginghams that we are going to sell at
per yard 1^2
Just what everybody has been waiting foi*
Bath Towels
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A Real Snap
All Art Goods 20% per cent
Discount
Serpentine Crepes in a beautiful line of IQf%
patterns to go at per yard, Sale Price ..JOG
VISIT OUK BASEMENT POB BARGAINS AT
ALL TIMES4
TOHNSON'S
Popular Priced Store
Missrr!
Reels
TONIGHT
12?C
I9c
12'c
I5c
•j
Bath Towels
10c, lOo
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