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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 March 1901

16 •""W^ " "' ' '* ' . '■; ; . '— * ■ ■ - ■ ■ ■ " '■*:■'■'■ t '■■ ■-\ ' /-'.•■'•„ '- ■. ■ ' ■ ' ' '■ ,"-■""( ■■ T ■".-■- ■.'-■■ " ' ■ ■ ' ' '...-, ~ .■■■-■■■ . ■ ■■■'-, "-■-'' ' -' • ■ ""**■ ■ i '" '■■■„....,■,,,■ . --, X I £1~ "I ltl>il/inn CIIAA hftllT «»000 pairs 01 Elegant ! T. d. BARRY & CO. I % X M IFIIWIHtJ allvv Ovul ; Hli*llf spring Shoes.... Manufacturers of Men's and w'm"^i s:Zr^^ SB^mL , Z kZ^ ■„.; '; \-;--fl-V MV" <*". iilJ """•VIMi ■ . X GOODYEAR WELT AND HAHD SEWED ONLY. 4@& c # A — "" ~-~— ._—-——. , ; „, —■—-— Brockton, Mass., March 4, 1901. 7 V /# V We bought them at Half Price- on't you ? The Palace Clothing House Co., «£► £ / 'if xV — ~~— ■ Minneapolis, Minn. 2 x* / m v\ World Famed Barry $3, $3.50 and $4 Shoes, yours for $1.95 Dear sirs: we have decided ' to accept your spot cask 1 ♦§► jr. /IV .p\ - " ...-■, : " 7T- ""-""- "—. :• ., —„■■■-.-■....• .■-.-,,- ..■ ~"—~~~ ' —-— —' —7—- — TT. : offer, cleaning up all goods on hand in our factory at pres- ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOITRNAte • PRICE TWO CENTS. WAR BETWEEN LION AND BEAR England Now Regards It as a Probability. BOTH READY TO STRIKE Situation at Tientsin Reaches the Acute Stage. POSITION OF GERMANY AND JAPAN American Order to Withdraw Trooi>« Is- Regarded as Very Significant. Nmw York Sun Samelal Soevfcm* London, March 16. —News from China this morning is of such extremely grave tenor that talk of an Anglo-Russian war veers from possibility to probability. That the czar is determined to retain the disputed railway land in Tientsin at whatever cost is evidenced by the fact that Russian troops are now in an intrenched jjosition there. That Great Britain is equally resolved to have possession of this strip of territory, by force of arms it necessary, is proved by her ranks of soldiers, with fixed bayonets, standing in line of battle only a stone's Throw from the Russians, and only await ing the order to strike. Tientsin reports this as the present sen sational situation, and adds ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOFRNiffi • PRICE TWO CENTS. WAR BETWEEN LION AND BEAR England Now Regards It as a Probability. BOTH READY TO STRIKE Situation at Tientsin Reaches the Acute Stage. POSITION OF GERMANY AND JAPAN American Order to Withdraw Troop* 1m Hi-Kitnlrtl as* Very MKuiiifUitt. Maw York Sun Sstmclml Sacvl 'ca. London. March It — News from China this morning is of such extremely grave tenor that talk of an Anglo-Russian war veers from possibility to probability. That the czar is determined to retain the disputed railway land in Tientsin at whatever cost, is evidenced by the fact that Russian troops are now in an intrenched position there. That Great Britain is equally resolved to have possession of this strip of territory, by force of arms it necessary, is proved by her ranks of soldiers, with fixed bayonets, standing in line of battle only a stone's Throw from the Russians, and only avail ing the order to strike. Tientßin reports this as the present sen sational situation, and add...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

2 After Sickness Jake Vinol—Our Great Strength Creator. IT GIVES ONE A SPLENDID APPETITE. AND QUICKLY REBUILDS THE SYSTEM. We Will Refund the Price of Vinol if It Fails. The worst part of sickness, frequent* ly, is getting over it. The patient's strength is depleted, his system is generally demoralized, relapses are continually feared, and naturally. The one thing to aid recovery is to give the patient that which will enable him to get strong, and at the same timn give strength direct to the different organs of the body. I Nothing will do this like Vinol. • It acts directly on the stomach, cre ates a healthy appetite, and enables the digestive organs to obtain the nec essary elements to increase the weight of the patient and to make new healthy flesh and muscle tissue and pure, rich, red blood. The following is a letter showing where Vinol was taken and did good after a case of sickness. It reads as follows; "I wish to certify to the very great benefit which has been derived from th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

.+» feATOM!fiLV~EyT^ijnu^AiXkcm TT>, T9UL ■.' * — ' _ ■ —— - — * Gold! Gold! Gold! Send Your Address for Our ; Prospectus. ' % : Millions of tons of FREE MILLING GOLD ORE in sight waiting stamp'mills.*;'-/-^'.:;-:--^;,- v c- \:;---;C-V':-:■_ ■-•;':■;'■ „ J '■■ ■- ■ • $63,000 already expended in machinery, buildings and to sinking the shaft 350: feet. ;.'• One of these seven veins, running parallel, upon which the shaft was sunk, was over Ten Feet Wide at the Surface; and at the bottom of the shaft is Sixty Feet Wide. We are selling stock solely for purchase of ; Stamp Mills, l : > ; Stock has already advanced from 4 cents to 4£ cents per share cash,; and from s^' cents to 6 cents per -share on installment plan, payable in ' eighteen monthly installments. ,• "" : Stock, $1.00 par value, now offered for short period at 4$ cents per share cash and 6 cents per share installment plan. * i:>,V^*'-JpiyiDEIID PAYER, SURE, BEFORE AUTUMN. Addr. M ASH RAPIDS GOLD MINING CO gagas Ba&am...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

1 PERSONAL MAGNETISM A College, Chartered Voder State Laws, With a Capital of $IW,OW for the Purpose of Teaching Personal Magnetism and Hypnotism by Correspondence. tVERYBODY if NOW LEURN Ten Thousand Copies of a Valuable Work on These Sciences To Be (iiven Away to Advertise the College. The American College of Sciences of Philadelphia, Pa., is a novel institution, li is chartered under state laws, with a capital of $100,000, for the purpose of leaching Personal Magnetism, Hypnotism, Magnetic Healing, etc., by correspond ence. At an expense of over $5,000.00 the col lege has issued a remarkable work on j these sciences, ten thousand copies of i ■which will be given away absolutely free. The book Is elegantly illustrated with the most expensive photo engravings, and it is decidedly the finest and most compre hensive work of its kind ever published. It is the product of the combined talent of thirty distinguished hypnotic specialists and scientists. It thoroughly explains all the hidd...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 16. 1901. / Points \ M Pattern's Sun Proof Paints endure in any m ' kind of weather. They are appreciated most % M in the worst climates. : They are guaranteed % m to wear well for five years —but more likely you % ■ will not have to repaint then unless you wish to. ■ B They endure because the ingredients are; pure, I 1 the proportions (Patton's secret) are correct, 1 1 the mixing arid grinding is done by powerful, ■ \ exact machines. More about 5 paint ;in our „.;: jj hl free book of paint knowledge. Send for it. m la . . . Liberal inducements, to paint dealers. ."'l ';.; -.: M 'V>;.l; PAnON PAINT COMPANY, 208 Lake St., : Milwaukee, Wis. E :jp> Sun Proof Paints J! rig •9 WEDDING GIFTS mm Shnrw Why We Flae Watch Repair- our own Dia- Chas. D. White & Co., 407 Nicollet ■——■•—■— - 1 SAVEE MONEY! Send your spring order to ladles who are experienced buyers, who give special attention to the latest styles and colorings and are posted in all lines of trade...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

m CITY NEWS Michtielßon Arrives—J. A. Michael eon, the n«w secretary of the Twin City Passenger Association, whose headquarters are to be in Minneapolis, arrived from Du luth yesterday. A Public Auction—a public auction of unclaimed imported merchandise will be held at 11 a. m., April 4, at thb United States bonded warehouse, 106 First avenue N. The merchandise consists of t.'leveu cases and a package of machinery and one brass" bicycle pump. Tbe article* may be examined on ap plication to the deputy collector of customs. Dates: Are Clumped— committee la charge of the minstrel show to be given by the Minneapolis battalion which will attend the exposition at Buffalo, n-ade final urrangt-. ments last evening. The dates were changed. to May 6. 7 and 8. The entertainment will be la charge of Al Flournoy and Bert Rose will have charge .of: the,, music. .-•■:' \. , : - .■New >liimeapoll« Company — The Oregon Milling company of Minneapolis filed articles of incorporation with the secret...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 16, 1901. MINNESOTA LOAN & TRUST 10. :. urarHßAFOiiiM. MINN. „ Capital ... „*_ £ $500,000.00 Guaranty fund $100,000.00 Interest 2% a& Allowed on SUo Deposits. Ci*> 6SS. Uga Depository vQi Qt Oa. tu | ■■ WVCSTMENTS—BxoeUent First Mort gages and Municipal Bonds for sale. TRUSTS—AII clashes of Trusts oare fully administered. ttAf KTY DJEP«HIT VAULT*. Whin in Minneapolis Stop at the New Golden west Hotel, Opposite Milwaukee Passenger Station Washington and Third Itii. So. Especially desirable for families and traveling farties. American plan. $2 to $2.50 per day; European plan, 50c, 7Sc. $1 and $1.50, with choice restaurant at reasonable prices, Special rates toy wejek and month. ; OHAS. J. CLAYTON, Formerly of the Provision Co., has just opened up The Home Market At 524 Sixth Street N. Where he will be pleased to see all the old cus tomers as well as many new. Tel. iMS-l-x m Eyes Examined Free -Glasses fitted by an Expert Optician. Prices the lowest. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

8 WANT ADS ON PAGES 8, 9, 10. WE PAY $18 A WEEK AND EXPENSES TO mea with rigs to intorduce our Poultry Com pound. Javell© Mfg. Co., Dept. 7t>. Parsons, I Kan. AGENTS WANTED—IN EVERY WATER works town in the United States for the •"Modern" filter; latest and most novel de sign; first ever made to recharge in one min ute; one gross "nber cotton" fillings U years supply) free with each; light, neat, hand some; sells soon as sediment taken from the water Is seen on cotton; reserved territory; send for circulars and terms. MODERN FILTER CO., 242 Franklin at, D 3. Boston, Mass. AGENTS, $20 A~WEEK; SELL'WASHITA; 3c to waah a boiler of clothes; saves health, strength and money; no injury; never fails; trial box, 60c. Perm-York Mfg. Co., 885 4th fcv, Brooklyn, N. Y. Box J. wantbdT rider agentsin each town to ride and exhibit sample 1901 bicycle; wheel furnished; good profits assured; write for particulars. T. W. Mead Cycle Co.,J>incago. PORTRAIT AGENTS EVERYWHERE QUIT •crayons." Try was...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

SATUBDAY EVENING, MARCH 16, 1901. M'MBEII 32—Continued. GOOD GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL housework. Apply 805 7th st SE. dinavian. No. 711 E !4th st. GIRL WANTED" FOR" GENERAL HOUSE~ •work. 2813 Bloomington ay. easy place; only lady and small child in - family. 3503 Ist ay S. ■ ■ ' WANT £D- LADY STENOGRA pher; one that has had at least one year's experience in office work recently. State age experience.- salary expected. E 908, Journal. WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR general - housework; permanent place for a .good girl. . 3140 Jtttf-av S. ' : : WANTED—EXPERIENCED GIRL TO WAIT on table three times a day for her board at 628 2d*ay'S.' .•• 1".:-'.^ ■ ■ - ' WANTED—EXPERIENCED GIRL —PANTS finisher, at once. Call at 21 6th st S third floor. VANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work; three in fa»Uy; no children. Apply 3837 Dupont ay S. • : ~ vv. DRESSMAKERS. • • pobbs J , Bros, are the only whole- • •sale -Tailor System manufacturers • • in the northwest. Get their prices be- • • fore buying your sy...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

10 WANT ADS ON PAGES 8, 9. 10. NUMBER Continued. DRUG CLERK SEEKS SITUATION; THREE years' experience; speak German and Nor wegian languages; salary no object; good ref erences. Address Leit L. Larson, Spring field, Minn. ' 1 FIRST-CLASS ALL-AROUND PRACTICAL Stenographer and typewriter wants position; salary very reasonable; does, bookkeeping. Address F 910. Journal. CO FEMALE EXPERIENCED NURSE WILL TAKE A few confinement cases at her own home. Charges reasonable. 2919 4th ay S. " -■ : : EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER AND STE nographer wishes permanent position with re liable firm. References if desired. Address P 910. Journal. 53 STORAGE THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO. j lias unequaled facilities for moving and stor- j ing household goods; packing for storage and shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South 3d at. Telephone. Main 656, both exchanges. 54 STOVE REPAIRS GREAT WESTERN STOVE REPAIR CO., 312 Hennepln ay. Telephone, Main 161. ; U. S. STOVE REPAIR CO., 246 4TH AY S. Minneapolis. Te...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

: ; FAST II AVD JOURNAL JUNIOR A Perfect Plaster Model of the New East Side Library TBgSS* mu j>[ j* jL * w mmmW*&¥*^f^ * J^BB^^^^m^," fr*"BBail BaBair^ Jt' -JhV.« ■«**■ :Tk'aP' iBB* . **'* W* flrrf JBBBl Si *: vfffl ■"- HtT^fflf 'Ibb* '«!•' HI Hf ■ W&ESEm BaJyJ %"•■'■-'■ 3Kjfy "-:■ :■■ ! jHMaMaV yH^'^P*'TPl^T^**'! jp M ISe M BMKs^fteW * C^^bBbSSbI mf BESP*Bl ttf 1tl>f»P* £i] B^B -J .fflflBP^ &WK V'"JF fc*»SE' I ""■' * aaBJJ^^S^^WaBaBxHccW i , }''TT""!^|-MP^ • <240i BBaBal Bgf—'—"" ' j—w— ■' _*'' jgmmmmm" • • — |B ■BSaBjBaBBBl BBi * W * JP ... H StW /':>5 BBBBBBBBnTffiWlaaTaMrinmsjireaants-ia™ jBBkJI BBBL* f* §■ iHJ '^^*"^'^^^^^*l>,',M,^"^^^^^"^*"**"''"^™BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsE-L----i— -. ■ • - ■ -■'■. NT HAS become the custom for architects of Important buildings to construct, out of plaster, a complete copy of the building they are going to erect, before a stroke of work is done on the main part of the proposed building. The value of this is apparent at...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

2 Pulpit and Pew j COYLE IS TO STAY Able Denver Pastor Reconsiders His Sudden Resignation. THEY WOULDN'T LET HIM GO Church Member* Aron»edThenu»elve» and Gave tbe l'u»tur A»»ur tnoet of Co-operation. Dr. Robert F. Coyle, who has been pastor of the Central Presbyterian church of Den ver, Col, five months, submitted Wfe resig nation of the pastorate last Sunday. Next Sunday he will announce to the congrega tion his reconsideration of the determina- tioii to resign. This item of news is especially interest ing to Mlnneapolltanß who crowded Plymouth and Westminster churches dur ing the Presbyterian assembly three years ago whenever Dr. Coyle was announced to preach. Hia name was considered in con nection with the pastorate of Westminster after the resignation of Dr. Pleasant Hun ter. Dr. Coyle Is a very forceful preacher. He is a self-made man. At the beginning of bis career he was a "dock walloper" at Marquette, Mich., and has risen to his present eminence in the church by dint of hit*...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

acrtJßDXT'^fiVENiiwj, re, iboi. Books and Authors THE LITERARY OUTLOOK. THE FIRST BOOKS OF THE NEW CENTURY NOT REMARKABLE—DREYFUS' "FIVE YEARS OF MY LIFE" TO BE ISSUED HERE IN MAY—ENGLISH AND AMERICAN BOOKS AND AUTHORS. Corre»pondence of The Journal. EEW YORK, March 14.—Thus far in this firit year of the new century there have been no books published which would warrant our calling this par ticular period an "awakening." In some ways we have come to look on no book as remarkable unless its first edition is ten thousand copies and these must be sold within a month from its first appearance on the market. And yet there are remarkable works which fall in many months to reach half of this circu lation. Why this is we do not stop to inquire. There are too many popular books to be considered; too much "blind leading the blind" for the reading public's good. Many of us fall to learn of the best books; we are led astray by alluring announce ments of forthcoming books and glaring advertiseme...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWLFT, J. S. McLAIN, I MANAGER. : y EDITOR. THE JOURNAL is published w*ry evening, except ■ Sunday, .'; at 47-48 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. Cm J. till la on, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. SIBSCKII'TIOX TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by mail. One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three months 1.00 One copy, six months 2-00 One copy, one year 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages. 1.50 Delivered by carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents CHANGES OP ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. CONTINUED All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. ." ; '."' , COMPLAINTS Subscriber* 'will please notify the office in every case that the...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 16, IML Bd^Z^Nj^^Hß w^mvi \^Fjt *^§/ fJBbBBf/ /^^HH^V «^^^^v# #» \^^B wmt ■a. \^^^^mttfS^M BBi a. \3ki bH j^t^V IBpl *^jSSf^Bi MADAME URSO'S GREAT VIOLIN She Plays in Concerts on a Guarnerius del Jcsu, Which Represents the Acme of Violin Making—Her Sacrifice of Her Tourte Bow to Herr Joachim. Madame Camilla Urso, the foremost •woman violinist, whose fancy for Minne apolis led her to take up her residence here for the time being, is cosily settled in apartments at the Hampshire Arms where she has many visitors whom she enjoys very much, for she is not in the least a recluse. "While her life has been devoted primarily to the development and per fection of her musical gifts, she has &>UO4 abundant time and opportunity to MB Hk **v« A- JBi • /If ilL\ MME. CAMILL.O URSO And her $10,000 G uarnerius Violin. .Reep in close touch ■with ordinary human ity, and its foibles afford her much [ amusement. During the past few years Madame Urso has been employing her l...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

er CAVESSON AND THE CENTIPEDE PART 111. CAVESSON'S SUCCESS By GUY BOOTHBY Copyright, 1900, by Quy Boothby. It Is just possible that you may remember the attempts made by Inspector Cavesson of the Queensland mounted police to effect the capture of the Centipede, the notorious bush ranger, who, for a longer time than Cavesson over likes to think of now, has kept the pastoral districts, within a radius of 300 miles of the township of Mulga Flat, in a state of continual terror. One of the metro politan papers, not inaptly, spoke of him as a criminal wlll-o'-the-wisp, and the term de scribes him as well, it not much better, than 1 can possibly hope to do. As a matter of fact, be was here to-day and gone to-morrow! sticking up a station on the eastern side of Mulga Plat one day and plundering a bank 100 miles distant the next. Try how Cavesson would, he could not lay his hands upon him, and when on several occasions he thought he had really got hold of him, the rascal, by some ingenious m...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

r*. SATURDAY EV&mito, MARCH 16, 1901. THEATERS BILLS OP THE WEEK .. Boston Lyric Opera Co.—at the Metropolitan. , .'• W. H. \\>»i'» ■'• .Mln«trel«— the Bijou. Yew in lit Owls Company—at the Dewey. The appearance In this city at the Bijou opera-house, -beginning with a matinee to-morrow of the leading minstrel or ■ ganization of Ameri- WEST'S ca, "Wm. H. West's Big Minstrel Jubi- MIXSTRELS. ■ lee," carries with the announcement Jiiueh pleasurable anticipation. We all like the" merry minstrels. Tears and sobs, worries and anxiety,' are all absorbed by the happy jests of the end men, the sweet melodies of the singers, the comic ditty of bones and tambourine, and the wonder inspiring acts of the olio. Everybody likes a good minstrel show. It appeals to all tastes, and entertains and amuses the average American citizen as. no other style of entertainment succeeds in doing. "\Vni. H. -West has probably accomplished more to bring.minstrelsy up to its pres ent position in the field a...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

-1 YfilLrYl Ur OVEKHEENT, Mm i^llr\v/l IllivJ /U/oC Bulls Run the Price Up on Continued Firm Foreign Tone and Good Clearances. GENERAL FEELING IS STRONGER Some Reaction, bat a Firm Close- General Ken» of an Active ' Session. . Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March 16.—Wheat made an advance of over a cent to-day, May touching 76% c, at the high point. The bull feeling that came out in the late strength yesterday was continued, and at the opening there were & good many buying orders in the pit Sentiment has changed greatly and many timid traders who have been hesi tating for a long time came in as buyers on the rise to-day. The advance is in line with the Improved tone of the foreign markets, the continued higher tendency in Liverpool, and figures showing substan tial clearances of wheat and flour. Some fairly heavy short lines have been out and a great deal of this was covered on yes terday's rise, and on the first bulge to day. The~later buying apparently was of a. different ki...

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