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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 August 1896

BIG fIfITIOJIAIi MEET PREPARATION FOR THE LOUIS VILLE EVENTS ABSORBING INTEREST OF CYCLISTS. SPORT, FUN AND FEASTING. FAST MEN OF THE COUNTRY TO COMPETE FOR CHAMPION SHIPS. SIURAL RUNS AND RECEPTIONS Will Add Zest to the Occasion— Admirable Work of the 'SMS Club. The annual meet of the L. A. W. at Louisville, extending from Aug. 10 to Aug. 15, inclusive, is a matter of ab sorbing interest to bicyclers all over the land. There seems no doubt that this occasion Is to be in magnitude and magnificence, fully commensurate with the great popularity and development of the sport in this the banner year of cycling. Kentucky has opened wide her hospitable arms and offers a wel come which is expected to be accepted by 40,000 visiting wheelmen. There appears to be no reason why the most sanguine hopes for the sue- W. w, •watts. p _______^_ cess of the meet should not be realized. The completion "of the " preparations which had been In progress for months past left little to be desired. This rea...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 August 1896

10 JUDGE THOPSDERD HE PASSED AWAY YESTERDAY AT FARUO AFTER A L.ONU ILL NESS. THE END CAME SUDDENLY. IP TO WBOntSDAT HIS CONDITION WAS NOT COXSIDERED AS DANGEROIS. LOSS TO THE WHOLE NORTHWEST. Not Only an Able Jurist, lint a Prominent ami Much Reaueeted Citizen. FARGO, N. D., Aug. S.— Hon. Alfred £>elavan Thomas, judge of the United States circuit court, died after a brief illness at 4:45 thts morning at his home In this city. On his approaching birth day, Aug. 11, his age would have been 58 years. His death was due to ex haustion from general taxaemia. His death removes one of the ablest jurists and widely known and respected citi zens of this Northwestern country. His recognized preeminence in the more difficult questions with which the federal judiciary Is called upon to deal, (most notably in questions concerning mining law), entailed upon him much judicial work additional to that aris ing in his own district of North Dakota. The surviving family consists of "his widow, Fanny ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 August 1896

St. PAUL'S GiUl WTTK. On another page you will find THE GLOBES GRAND OFFER. VOL. XIX.— NO. 222. JfVICTOR GOLD MINE.I )<<! A Visit to the Great Gold Property Lately Bought by a French ]| \ ><<„ Syndicate for More Than $1,000,000. „S CRIPPLE CREEK, Aug. 6.— Three years ago it was a hole in the side of a hill! Now it one of the most fam ous of .the Cripple Creek gold mines, and the report comes from New York that 51 per cent of its stock has just been sold to a French syndicate for $732,250. The same syndicate bought the other 49 per cent three years ago for $450,000. It now owns the whole mine, and it has paid for it the enor mous sum of more than one million dolars. This is the story of the Victor mine, which has for more than two years paid a monthly dividend of $20, --000, or 2 per cent a month on a capital ization Of $1,000,000. Enough gold is in Bight to keep the miners busy at the present rate for more than two years, and it will probably pay dividends for years t...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 August 1896

12 PLAYS flflD PLAYERS JACK HAVERLY IS ONCE MORE OX THE HIGH ROAD TO FOBTISB. HIS MINES GIVE UP AT LAST. LOCAL THEATERS WILL OPEN Til KIR SEASONS TlltiEK WEEKS HENCR. ♦•ALAU\»IA" AT THE METROPOLITAN '•Tin' Woman in Ulnek" at the tirantl— <i<»ssi]> oil' the Theatri cal World, Jack Ilaverly! Jack Haverly! I wonder wli.Tc >ju are? Are > our fnrt— — cast with Sirius or "neath some kindlier star? How happen it we never see your wondroua minstrel 6how, With its apt illiterations, as we used to years ago? >11 the ebon aggregations that afflict these modem times Are equally unworthy of our prose and of our rhymes, And 1 vainly pine and hanker for the Joya that used to come With the trumpet's ump-ta-ra-ra and the big, bass drum. Jack Haverly. here's hoping that some bright, propitious star Beams kindly down upon you whereso'er your interests are. For my heart is warm a-toward you for the joy you gave me when I was a little wambling like and I were glad o.gain To see you mar...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 August 1896

fifP^^^ iiiiiir^TlßHllh THE COMING 0F THE lalpTmMi^ d~"^ n \ 6 fl R ENCAMPMENT i TfßiOfiMlll^^ ' \ ninfkGO^ \s&Wm necessitates great preparation on the part I P \ i „«o n sale a m»«- V_j^i____ of those who will entertain the visitors-** |U ALL IN THEIR NEW LOCATION \ new "-"■"«-"" Llne" --3 1)1 ju """"^ ~" MIM11 ™- '^^^^^^^^^^^^ mm^^^^^ mmmm^ mX^ m^ m \ uje*» * n goods, a^^e nistonr ■Sl^T'HB We start a special sale tomorrow==goods •VIV J?^ We have moved our Silk, Black and Colored Dress Goods, Ladies' Un- \ ~* r d of toet °fn n e* and ♦ at- wSMm&)^(l a • *t_ mi v • _ >VSg^#* — — ; \ *f ft X c city. on Ji wn\ n°\ a :: lSSiiH»'// and prices that will bring the business to tfN^^l derwear, Hosiery, Needle Art, Ribbon and Lace Departments. Wp want I of goO ds. c ™\ces today, rsKe</ twenty thousand women to become familiar with the new location of \ e mP l to J^° cotn c to a^ velt \e3 JBjIhWM^ tnlS Store. in 4 these departments this week, so that they will tell 200,000 other...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 August 1896

it gSAIrfT PAUL SOCIAL. || A "Sousa" party was given by a Chi cago club recently, and the dance music was made up entirely of Sousa's pop ular compositions. Any one who is ; £ond of dancing and has learned to love the dash and swing of this favorite Composer's style can readily under stand the enjoyment derived from the evening's entertainment, £or Sousa has won the hearts of the people with his catchy two-steps, if in no other way, and lias done a great deal toward mak ing the two-step the popular dance it is. And never has a round dance caught the fancy of popular favor to the extent that this particular dance has done. Dancing masters all over the country have tried, and tried again, to introduce new steps to take its place, and with little success, as will be easily seen upon attending a few danc ing parties or lake hops during the "week. A large share of the homage it has received is due to the peculiar fas cination there is in Sousa's music, which is played almost exclusively ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 August 1896

KffiSJaJl^Btr rz^^~\ /,- G. ft. R. ENGfIIiFMENT I \ — ~ \ TXt^cfe V^^^m necessitates great preparation on the part I 1 r \ D* sa ie a mj«- tUg^Uft of those who will entertain the visitors== ALL IN THEIR NEW LOCATION \ new B " dl -«-~ Table Li |jl , ——---------—-—--—--———■—-—-— — — \ «§g7^7^r We start a special sale tomorrow-goods II T\T>*w {^zSk We have moved our Silk, Black and Colored Dress Goods, Ladles' Un- \ ? oft rd of t> ef0 * ne w and lg t- j • ,li j. mi v • i. I Irv?^^* 8 : I *; a f*: c c\ty» otl Jr wu\ " 01 /; anc * pnces that will bring the business to IV^^^i derwear » Hosiery, Needle Art, Ribbon and Lace Departments. We want \ of u g goO ds. ~ r \ees today* -iHm^^li llY*<Y twenty thousand women to become familiar with the new location of \ temP^ to o^o come d el^ e s this Store. \\ ft / these departments this week, so that they will tell 200,000 others where to \ t>e aU 2j* ** T^"ht^ T i^^fiQ 2,500 yards linen fast selvage Hi ¥ ■ \ 0% lave to offer- ye^et, Hf...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 August 1896

il H saWt paUl soclal. || A "Sousa" party was given by a Chi cago club recently, and the dance music was made up entirely of Sousa' s pop ular compositions. Any one who is \tond of dancing and has learned to love the dash and swing of this favorite ; composer's style can readily under stand the enjoyment derived from the evening's entertainment, for Sousa has won the hearts of the people with his catchy two-steps, if in no other way, and has done a great deal toward mak ing the two-step the popular dance it is. And never has a round dance caught the fancy of popular favor to the extent that this particular dance has done. Dancing masters all over the "■country have tried, and tried again, to introduce new steps to take its place, and with little success, as will be easily seen upon attending a few danc ing parties or lake hops during the •week. A large share of the homage it has received is due to the peculiar fas cination there is in Sousa's music, •which is played almost exclusive...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 August 1896

GOTHA|W FASHIONS MATE LEHOY DESCRIRES SOME HATS OF MOST WONDERFI L DESIGN. NFW PATTERNS FROM PARIS. LARGK AXD ELABORATELY TRIM MED HEADGEAR WILL PRE VAIL,. ZOUAVE A.\D FIGARO JACKETS. Popular Wateta — Becoming; Outintr Costumes — Full and Winter St> lea. NEW YORK, Aug. 6.— 1 have justf come from a place where I saw a new model hat, with Cowers upon it stand ing just twelve inches above the crown. The crown was a sugar loaf peak with a narrow turn up brim. These flowers were velvet clover blossoms and leaves in their purple beauty. The hat was between red and purple, and there was a drapery of light purple velvet around the crown, held in by* 1 smaller tufts of clover. Another model hat was of dark pur ple felt, the brim flat and round. The edge was crimped all the way around. The crown was flat, but all around that there was an upstanding plaiting of purple and black striped taffeta. In the front there was a twisted bow of sliell pink velvet, and on the left side there was a bunc...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 August 1896

16 JWG T(E ORDERS POIXGS OF THE AVEEK IN LOCAL, SECHET SOCIETY CIRCLES. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS BUSY. THEY HAVE NOT LET t T P IX THEIR PREPARATION FOR EXCAMPMEXT. ODD FELLOWS GIVE A JEWEL. Local Chapters, Order of the Eastern Star Preparing for a Union Excursion. Col. Mclntyre, chief of staff of the Minnesota brigade, Uniform Rank j Knights of Pythias, has returned to | Minneapolis after an absence of sev eral months, and his arrival is most timely for the encampment. The ex ecutive committee has already mus tered him into active service in the preparations under way, and he will be one of the busiest men in the state during the next four weeks. Col. Mclntyre will have charge of all the escort duty during the week of the encampment and will be the officer in charge of the reception of all the ar riving divisions from different parts of the country. The Minnesota brigade, ■which will assemble in Minneapolis the Sunday preceding the encampment, "Will have the duty of receiving all the othe...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 August 1896

GOTflAli FASWS MATE LEROY DESCRIBES SOUK HATS OF MOST WO\DEKFIL DESI(.\. NEW PATTERNS FROM PARIS. LARGE AXD ELABORATELY TRIM MED HEADGEAR WILL PRE VAIL. SOI AYE AXD FIGARO JACKETS. Popular Wai«tN— m-ronilng Ontiiig lastumea — Full und Winter Styles. NEW YORK. Aug. 6.— 1 have Just come from a place where I saw a new model hat, with flowers upon it stand ing just twelve inches above the crown. The crown was a sugar loaf peak with a narrow turn up brim. These flowers were velvet clover blossoms and leaves in their purple beauty. The hat was between red and purple, and there was a drapery of light purple velvet around the crown, held in by smaller tufts of plover. Another model hat was of dark pur ple felt, the brim flat and round. The edge was crimped all the way around. The crown was flat, but all around that there was an upstanding plaiting of purple and black striped taffeta. In the front there was a twisted bow of shell pink velvet, and on the left side there was a bunch of eglanti...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 August 1896

16 fiWG THE ORDEHS DOINGS OF THE . WEEK IN LOCAL, SECRET SOCIETY CIRCLES. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS BUSY. •THEY HAVE NOT LET IP IK THEIR PREPARATION FOR ESCAMPMEST. ODD FEIXOWS GIVE A JEWEL,. Local Chapters, Order of the Eastern Star Preparing; for a I'nion Excursion. Col. Mclntyre, chief of staff of the Minnesota brigade, Uniform Rank Knights of Pythias, has returned to Minneapolis after an absence of sev eral months, and his arrival is most timely for the encampment. The ex ecutive committee hassalready mus tered him into active service in the preparations under way, and he will be one of the busiest men in the state during the next four weeks. Col. Mclntyre will have charge of all the escort duty during the week of the encampment and will be the officer in charge of the reception of all the ar riving divisions from different parts of the country. The Minnesota brigade, which will assemble in Minneapolis the Sunday preceding the encampment, ■will have the duty of receiving all the other ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 August 1896

Returns Come in the Same Day You Use the Globe Want Columns WfifiTS MAY BE LEFT At the following- locutions for Inser tion In the Dully and Sunday Globe, At the same rates as are charged by the main office. HAMLINE. Ham line Pharmacy Drug Store _ 750 JSNELLING AVENUE. DAYTON'S BLiFF. Bever Westby Drug Store 679 EAST THIRD STREET. r^. LOWEU TOWN. tVilltam JC. Collier Drug Store 13£VENTH AND SIBLEY. Joseph Argav. . , . ,_ DrUK I ,SL ore COR. GROVE ANi> JACKSON STREETS. M. D. Merrill News stand ________ 442 BROADWAr,, MERRIAM PARK. A. L. Woolsey Drug B«re ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AVENUEST ST. ANTHONY HILL. Emil Bull Druggist GRAND AY. AND ST. ALBANS. W. A. Frcst & Co Drug Store PELBY AND WESTERN AVENUES. Straight Bros- Drug Store RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS. A. A. Campbell Drug Store 235 RONDO STREET. A. T. Guernsey Drug Store 171 DALE STREET. Bracken's Pharmacy VICTORIA AND SELBY AVENUES. WEST SIDE. The Eclipse Drug Store. S. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE. George Marti Drug Store 8. WA...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 August 1896

18 PUBLIC HffiH T(HHG ?EST. How Prominent People Pass the Vacstion. One man's meat is another man's poison. The recreation some men take in summer would be death to many others. Summer recreation depends largely on physique. It depends also on temperament. Some men find de light in a fashionable watering place. Some men want to spend the summer days as far from civilization as pos sible. Two examples of these contrasting types are Senator Brice, of Ohio, and Senator Frye, of Maine. Mr. Brice seems to live for society. One emi nent politician ventured the opinion two years a go that Mr. Brice's dinners and receptions were given with a view to the Ohio senator's political advance ment. In what relation of cause and effect you look on these two is a matter Of indivdual judgment. Is Mr. Brice entertaining lavishly because he wants to make friends, or is he entertaining because his official position demands it: Neither of these is probable. Mr. Price goes in for society because he likes ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 10 August 1896

GREAT CARNIVAL WEEK, State Fair aud O.A.R. Encamp ment. See THE GLOBES GRAND OFFER. VOL. XIX.— NO. 223. BULLETIN OF TttE ST. PflfUL GLOBE. MONDAY, AIG. 10. Weather for Today — Cloudy and Cooler. PAGE 1. tleatli of Judge Edgerton. Hot Wave Continues I nabated. Third Ticket tor Minnesota* Terrifle Winds at St. Cloud. PAGE 2. Veterans May Not Use School Bldgs. ' Boom for the State Fair. Rev. Stout Discusses Righteousness. Sermons of a Sunday. PAGE 3. Rem of Minneapolis. Henry Clews' Weekly Review. Li Hung Chang interviewed. Silver Agitation Injuring Wheat. PAGE 4. Editorial. Financial Fttrum, Ilrjun Continues His (Trip. Death of iiisiuarck's Famous Pet. PAGE 5. Saints Lose Three Straight to Blues. Buckeyes and Tigers Each Win. Millers Win From Brewers. Police on the Cincinnati Diamond. Gossip About Bicycle Girls. Mile in 63 Seconds for Anderson. PAGE 6. Markets of the World. Globe's Great Offer. PAGE 7. Wants of the People. PAGE 8. Battle for a Million. The Household. Vagrant Verse MOV...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 10 August 1896

2 SOINT p-quL LOCAL NEWS NOTES. Rev. S. W. Dickinson preached at Arcadia, Bald l*agle Lake, yesterday. Mrs. Hobbs, mother of Mrs. C. A. Lllley, of Marshall avenue, died at the residence of her son in EauC lalre on Friday. Mrs. I!. A. -Straight and daughter, Norma, returned home Thursday last after a two months' visit at Hot Springs, S. D. A general meeting ot the ladies' G. A. R. committees will be held at the women's head quarters tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. Members' are asked to attend without further notice. A mule belonging to Frank Stanley was struck by a Rice street car at Ottawa and Robert, street last evening. One of the ani mals logs was broken and it was shot by an officer from tho Ducas street station. The High School Cadets Information corps will meet tomorrow evening in the Commer cial club rooms. All of the high school boys should come and Join. As this will be one of the great features of the G. A. R. encamp ment, every boy is needed. A special meeting of the rail...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 10 August 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE] 2» SOUTH FOURTH STREET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. The united divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, the ladies' auxiliary and Hi bernian rifles will picnic "Tuesday at Lake Park, Minnetonka. Rev. D. S. McCaslin, formerly pastor of a Presbyterian church In Minneapolis, and now of Bozenian, Mont., is about to accept a new pastorate at Cedar Rapids, 10. David B. Johnson will speak on the issues of the campaign at a meeting of the Young Men's Democratic club to be held Monday evening at their club rooms in the New York Life building. Patrolman Thomas Collins last evening re sumed his duties at Hennepin avenue and First street, having quite recovered from the injuries received last week in being struck on the head by a trolly pole. The trustees and building committee of St. Peter's A. M. E. church, which was recently burned, will pass on builders' bids Wednes day evening. Building will begin immediately, and the new church will probably be com pleted before winter...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 10 August 1896

_-r**"^ The daily globe •V = IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. * i «■ — i — — — i OFFICIAL. PAPER OF ST. PAUL. ■ i ■-' . . ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance. sfially and Sunday, per Month .50 Daily and Sunday, Six Mo-tlia - f 2.75 Dally and Sunday, One Taw - #5.00 Dally Only, per Month -- - - .40 {Dally Only, Six Months f 2.25 Dally Only, One Year f 4.00 Sunday Only, One Year -- - - *1.50 Weekly, One Year -------- $1.00 Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE. St Paul, Minn. Eastern advertising office, room 401, temple court building, new YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST N. W. Complete files of the Globe air. ays kept t>n hand for reference. P TODAY'S -WEATHER. WASHINGTON. Aug. 9—Minnesota—Gen erally fair Monday: westerly winds; not so Ural*— l in southern portion. Wisconsin— Fair, except in northeastern por tion; local rains; continued warnw;outherly to Westerly winds. For the Dakotas — Gentwally fair; north westerly winds; s...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 10 August 1896

BAD GASE OF BIiUES «TH?E APOSTLES SEEM TO HAVE STRUCK IT IN KANSAS CITY. THIRD STRAIGHT DEFEAT IX THE VILLAGE ON THE KAW— MULLANE EASY FOR THE COWBOYS. MILLERS OUTPLAY THE BREWERS "Win Out by One Run in the Ninth- Buckeyes and Timers Break. Even. Knii su h city y. St. Paul 2. Minneapolis 1. Milwaukee .'!. Columbus i:t. 7; Detroit *_, 10. Played. Won. Lost P. C. Indianapolis 88 55 33 .625 i St. Paul 93 55 38 .5911 Minneapolis 91 53 38 .582 Kansas City 90 51 39 .567 Detroit 89 49 40 .551 Milwaukee 98 44 54 .449 Grand Rapids 98 33 65 .337 Columbus 97 32 65 .330 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. Detroit at Indianapolis. Grand Rapids at Columbus. St. Paul at Milwaukee. Minneapolis at Kansas City. Bpeei&l to the GU>be. KANSAS CITY, Ma, Aug. 9.— For the j third consecutive time the Apostles ! (fell victims to Jimmy Manning's Blues today, being unable to touch Callahan, j while the Blues found no difficulty in j transacting a profitable business with j Antonio Mullane's curves after the I t...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 10 August 1896

c WHEAT WAS STfJOJ-lG IN SPITE OF STOCK "WEAKNESS IT CLOSED HIGHER IN CHI CAGO. CORN AND OATS ALSO FIRM. COARSE GRAINS ENDED FOR THE DAY WITH QUOTATIONS PRAC TICALLY UNCHANGED. PROVISION MARKET WAS HEAVY. lurk Neglected, While Lard and Ribs Monopolised All the At tention of the Traders. CHICAGO, Aug. B.— The wheat market was firm today. It closed at 57% c, higher than it did yesterday. Wheat is statistically and commercially in a strong position, seeing the bold front it holds ln the midst of the de moralization ln the stock market. Corn and oats were also firm, but closed without any change worth noticing. Provisions were lower, apparently suffering from the too vio lent exertions earlier in the week. Only a moderate speculative business was transacted ln wheat, the range of the day being but %c, trading being about all local. A fairly Bteady tone. The better feeling In stocks, light Argentine shipments, liberal exports for the week and light foreign supplies, com pared with last y...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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