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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - July 22, 1916, Winnipeg, Manitoba                                ONLY MORNING NEWSPAPER IN llhimtolm 43 Sun Moon 229 JULY FORECASt FINK WA Yaotarday to Maxliminv Increased Demand For Prohibition In Britain July is ac cumulating evidence thai the con sumption of despite the ef forts of the board of liquor has diminished but if at and that it is still seriously affecting na i PI i n I0na both in war work Wood Is Important Strategic Point and in other vital a result there has been a greatlv Commanding Enemy Country BRITISH BATTER ATGERMANTHIRD LINEATFOUREAUX HUNDREDSTURNOUT TO WELCOME HEROES Germans Desperately Masses of Troops Have Been Brought From Sixteen Winnipeg Soldiers In Party of Fifty Returning To Western Homes Are Engaged in StruggleFrench Official Re ports Quiet on the increased demand for j The most striking manifestation in this respect has bctn the formation of MANY HOPE TO RETURN the strength of Britain which soon will present to parliament j c memorial demanding a suspension of the liquor traffic during the The signatories to the memorial include representatives of the Order of the privy parliai j the army and j I great shipbuilding tion workers and large business Trooper Nar rates Deeds that Demonstrate Calibre of Empires Troops men eminent m science and Two thousand persons jammed the Canadian Pacific depot and immlgra July 21 idea of the j huge forces now m the battle of the Somme in northern France is gwen in the official state ment from Berlin tn which is stated that more than French and British troops attacked German north and south of I the on a front of j 37 Todays news from the battle which has been con tested bitterly since July shows na and other leading citizens in all parts i tion hall last evening with tears L and welcomed back to Canada 01 the I and the west soiuerE nto I their and have Amongthe party were two recipients of the DisUngruished Conduct medal i of 231 j Arlington and I James of the 7th Sixteen of I the returned men were i Long before the Imperial Limited j arrived at Winni peggers streamed from street cars I anci automobiles into the station BERLIN OFFICIAL REPORT REFRESHING CANADIAN CASUALTIES iMued by eaiualty branch of of militia at Ottawa during the pact 24 the first early yetterday ing containing 47 Moond at midnight with 132 and third at UO morning with making an aggregate of 216 One local man reported one unofficially priaoner of war and Included In the wounded waa Three weetern men were Meted two two unofficially of two officially pris oners of one back on one seriously ill and five WINNIPEGGEBS Killed in Clarence In Contradicting British State Gives New Welcome Admissions until passages to the stairways chan3e in the relatwe positions July attack were There was no military picket in charge as on former occa sions because of a recent altercation between the officials and the military The returned soldiers filed down the i stairways from the overhead plat by forms and passed along narrow British forces acainst the Germans i alleys in the crowd out to the front north of La Bassee on of I tion d the mmigrra FrancoBritish and German The British have again pressed for ward to the German third line in the northwest of Lon Wednesday resulted in the loss by ihe attackers of more than men killed and nearly 500 men taken pris according to a statement given out by the war oWce Foureaux As the first man appeared Kin at 516 William Previously Reported now Unofficially Prisoner of Donald Kin in William Kin at 540 Home William Kin at 743 Jessie Winnipeg Alexander Kin at 266 John Kin at William Kin at Home Arthur Kin in Eng Sapper Donald Kin in WESTERNERS would bring the forces of Haia to the highest point on the ridge com manding the German positions in the leu hilly country which is not much broken up and net lending itself not too well to This probably explains the crowd cheered Dun woody and Robin son were immediately ami were cheered to the Neither man wore his In the immigration hall a recep The statement admits that the i tion was tendered the returned men Navy Veterans Returned Soldiers This wood is an important I j nuan line along a front of about by he Army and X i S wuuu three kilometres 2 miles south of i the Retu strategic the capture of in Colin Kin in George Kin at Kin at VVenteln Kin at Arthur Enlisted at Torkton on Formerly of the Kin in Alexander Enlisted in Brandon on Formerly of the Royal Kin in Clifford Kin at John Belt Kin at Harold Kin at Kin Scot 10 OCLOCK LIST July 10 oclock tontcht following OBiualtlei xeportadi Killed IB Colin Olltwt 87127 Alfred 9914 Arthur 19311 JBSSS Herbert 402681 Jamu 79009 Leonard 400741 Richard 3478 Thomai 90050 Charlaa S727 CpL Victor Qaorje 40JS57 Frank 7011 Norman Died of A4S2 PraTiowbr Beportwl now Killed In 412802 Harold PreYloiulr Reported now Cnoffl cUllly Wsoner ot and Wounded at WaUn Laser 44M2 Francis 438744 Jamex 439411 Charlea 438979 James 423739 Hugh 441272 Charles Edwin 75804 Fred 454198 Charles S3977 447318 Norman 404887 James Richard 426063 Percy Owen 437894 Smith on 5 6893 6300 Matthew 154S1 16S360 James 441165 Clifford 19S7S9 457317 Jack 460862 Arthur 6379 Sydney 118637 Henry ALLISONS ACTION CANNOT BE EXCUSED MeredithDuff Report Says There Is No Justification For Collecting Commission FINDING IS UNANIMOUS No Reflection on Integrity of Com mittee or Sam Hughes Exculpated Hurdccoun was driven from its tirst association and some members of the i Previously Reoorted Missina Now T i 1 I A T n Unofficially Prisoner of Leland Kin at Mlni trenches into its second Refreshments were served the statement penetrated into j took an active part in the German salient at the wood of j and made it a point to personally interview as many of the s The statement reads men as he An attack by the in the Several pathetic scenes were en tvgion of Froimllcs on Wednesday when brothers was we have and sweethearts of the boys met by two stroiiR The brave their Iovcd ones in on and joyful the desperate attempts of the tier Bavarian before whose from i but tearful to hold the where the I the attack took taunted on the thirty members of the manb D iiwiw I in front nf ThpTn rnrp ThMn Kin t Officially Prisoner of Vernard Kin at Pam fighting Th Afsoiiiiied Press eorrespond nt at the from slates tiie Germans n vii kliii aiutrn masse of troops rroni enemy and 11nl her in front of them than i partv were from the They left enemy aud brought in for their homes on the Imperial including ten officers There was many a hearty Ib machine 1 handclasp and expression of well On both sides of the the I wishes as the westerners took leave TaS ot thpir comrades from Winnipeg prepared to deliver main but who had been with them m actii it After tne sironsest nre j in tne hospitais of and preparation over a from of about IS j trip home kilometres about i7 miles attacks None Severely were made from he south of Pozieres to the west of tlian seven with more thaTi participated in the at The result for the enemy is that the first line of the German Division return to aluns south back from its foremost trenches into next lyins SUO nifties and div isions penetrated into the of the little wood of Vermandovillcrs street gt On the entire remaining front the Driver George of the Srd wild onsets were broken to pieces Divisional Ammunition 416 against the deathdefying loyalty of j Toronto street witli extraordinary losses j pte c v of 53rd bat ndeavor to a tern the allied Mrantini Ihe indications ilio ate listing the i liif tjnnnan line at other Tii tifricli raid by Aus Mlian in the neighborhood of attracts interest July The Gftiman in on the British on tne ru Idee of tlie Irfipsic sulieir Knday in OLrupyin Bri but later iirivin nrcordiiii the Britir iMKd at niid along the British calm suit intuil i Kxrepl fli locsl There I as tiern a iompwrntive lull n thf biitirarfa and nen hns botMi no ehanfff in the I since thrlast Tlie entniy made a bombing Tik on thr north edge iif our in tlu anrl stic at In tnterinp our front iri but tn once was orht n ndxantare of the Royal Flying coi pH intiinitd heir liombuiir operations ui military import MicctKsfnl The hnstijr Hirrivijt inactixo until wlifcii a pood deal of ngbtiiig j fell inlo Our bpliind the German theatre South of HF nf oiii putrols enrounj made only a woak which was nipped In the Very few of the returned men bear striking evidence of having under gone the terrible experiences of Some of them had been victims of while others had contracted rheumatism in the soggy mud of the Some of the men may yet John Kin at White Previously Reported Misting Now on Sedley Kin at Prince James Kin at Wlnd Joseph Kin at 15824 John 3177 Donald 453 Henri JIOUXIED 10623S Arthur 1064T2 Reported now Wound ed and Prisoner of War at 108224 Samuel David 109376 Thomas Previously Reported now OnV Prisoner of War at 144360 Ernest 113647 Henry MIDNIGHT LIST July midnight casualty list contained 132 names Killed in 452830 Harold 406491 John 427430 George 406515 Ernest 406658 Harry A36375 Bernard 11599 127690 David 177245 Neil Plctou Continued on front of about three kilo of was The 1ist of Winnipeg soldiers is as follow I of the 32nd re j 467 Machray i of the 53rd I for the FJI to the 17 taUon Matthews mtn have been Pte P of the 23rd 1 14S Colony JUDGMENT AGAINST BANK OF MONTREAL Alleging Neg Successful in His Claim for a On the remainder of tRe front there is nothing special to The artillery and mine throwing ac bati T j i twraB of the Armv Sevice i July was rendered today in favor of Captain prater was occupied by July feature of the DuffMeredith made public which will probably ex cite the most Interest Is that relating to the commission by Wesley Allison The prediction which has been generally made that Allison would not be exonerated for his action In taking a commission is confirmed re port of the After the contract with the Ameri can Ammunition was Yoakum and Allison dealt on the footing that Allison was entitled to receive onehalf Yoakums share of the commission and Allisons right to onehalf of after de ducting the legal and incidental ex penses that had been incurred by which amounted to and which it was agreed that Craven should receive in settlement of a claim that he made that he was entitled to a part of Yoakums share of the commission for having intro duced Cadwell to Yoakum and Alli was recognized by Allison subsequently gave orders on Yoakum as follows To George Washington To To William To Miss Stephens and the report appear to have had an ar rangement for sharing and the which Stephens was to receive was his share of the com mission out of which Allison author ized the payment to be The payment to Lignanti was in pursu ance of an arrangement with Allison that Lignanti should receive a pro portion of the money which Allison was to receive from in re spect of deals in which they were both The order in favor of McBain was given in settle ment of a claim he hau against not connected with The order in favor of Miss Edwards was a voluntary gift Co her by She is his sisterinlaw and had been from infancy a mem Notable Advance Of Russians In Armenia July capture 5 Ruuian troops of the town of 45 miles southwest of in Turkish was announced today by the war The official statement says In the region of Djwizlylf we made further taking prisoner an officer and sixty Between Trebizond and Erzin after a we look town of In ihe region northwest of the town of Kialkits we made prisoner 30 Turkish officers and 400 and captured important We repulsed an enemy offensive in the region east of Rivandouha region of Ths capture of Gumuskhaneh marks a notable advance forjhe Rus sian Caucasus forces under Grand Duke Gumuskhaneh is 40 miles northwest of the cap ture of which was reported by the Pelrograd war office on July It about 50 miles directly north of the objective of the Rus sian army which recently took Mama 50 miles to the OPTCTllCED TO ACCEPT CONDITION Demands She Receives Equal Amount of Foodstuffs Holland Sends ENEMY RETIRES FROMTHESALIENT OFSTYRANDLIPA Great Russian Victory is Admitted by ViennaEnemy Driven Back in Disorder This Advance Giles Greater Pro tection to the Czars Troops In the Region of Brody Ausfrians Are Now at Beresteciil Where a Great Battle is Now Going On Jufy the sura of attacks by the Russians tha AustroHungarian In the re gion of the Styr and Lipa north of the Galician hava been forced to withdraw to new positions in the region of says an official statement of the war office Deutschland Probably Be Given Protection of Armored North July When the German submarine Deutsch land starts its dash across the three mile limit outside the Virginia capes it be under the protec ber of the Allison and for thirteen years Allisons secretary and the gift was made in recognition of and as a provision for Shell Committee According to the testimony of he did not knoTV that Allison was entitled to any share or interest In the and the evidence establishes that neither nor any member of the shell committee had any knowledge of the arrangement between Yoakum and Allison as to or suspected that Alli j son expected to receive any commis I siou or reward on account of or in connection with the contract or the negotiations which led up to the mak ing of On the Allison gave Hughes to understand in all that he had done or would do in the he was actuated solely by his friendship for Hughes and that under no clrcum a hostie aeroplane was shot flown and shattered south of another norUieast of liiire German machines shot one bursting into Rus of the 16th bat Marjorie Trooper of the Strath cona 231 Arlington of the 30th 397 Alexander of the 17th Anotlifi betwren four our and six of the I kkfr nif thii shot down and an nei The rpuiaimlor Dunne OIMT air combats a fifth Iormnn machine was forced to 1 he Our tola during thf Ii nov been established that enemys assault on July IS on the lWlvillfr wood over a of nas made hy at least J3 drawn from four dif rent Tbe enemys losses were Line Goes British lino of nitn and LonpiiPval ffn to Foureaux ar ttice announced Tne BniUi drove the Germans but lost part of this Position The statfment follows The battle continues without tn Tuiisslon between the Leipsir redoubt the west and Dplvillc wood on the North HazentinLoneue val line liriush has been pushrrf Fmireaiix from which Bunnc tlie iiijriit the enemy coun after an inlense boni oardment with slirlls and suo fcded in rfffotinc entry into the uiit of but failed John Francis following are sian attempts to cross the Dvlna on j 157 Dame Boniface both of Friedrichstaut were North of Devfiten a small detachment reached the west Northwest of vanced pickets gave Kiiperior hostile Armv croup of Prince Leopold of Bavaria The is Army croup of von Linsin gen After Russian attacks be tween Werbon and Korson had been brought to a standstill the curvt jutting out toward Weroen was with in the face of an expected Army group of Count von Bothmer Apart from small advance our atstopping over in registered before Et Bearing depot of 10 of the 44th bat United of the Sth of the 6Sth bat of tha Sth bat of the 53rd bat of the 10th bat Some of the westerners who went through last night were dlslmlpr the southern is no FRENCH OFFICIAL July communication guard encounters there ia uothine to Balkan theatre There to Then follows a contradic Brirish official of j Van Sir that branch manager of the bank had the authority to give advice concerning investments and that the advice to Captain Banbury was negligently Frederick WilliamsTaylor gave evidence today in the actipru Captain Banbury alleges that he in vested on the banks and that the bank was negligent m advising and the money was The investment was made while Captain Banbury was visiting Can and he continued his journey with a letter of introduction to the branch managers from SirEdward The bank denies that Captain Banbury was customer or that it was under any duty to ad vise and that If Manager Gal of did adrvlse he acted outside the scope of his Compiled Instruction Sir in the witness said that their managers had no tion of the armored cruiser North stances would he take any reward 01 one of the vessels of the navy equipped with The North Caroline is especially fitted for longrange laving a catapult arrangement for aunching aeroplanes from her The navy department has no iuten ion of publicly announcing that the North Carolina is to see that the al ied warships do not chaperons the Deutschland to the threa mile but it i8 well understood at the navy sint by the Poldnu wire less that one battalion of the is nothing Gunner permanently InI authoritv to advise as to jvalidei sjr Frederick was asked In cross tonof thai Revelexamination about the book of In structions which the bank issued to 119th consisting of lost 980 and two other battalions of the same regiment each more than half their iffective With the purpose of stismatizin reports and tranquilizing the people at the German com munictition it may be remarked that its the entire losses in recent anII were happily slightly less than 500 Therefore its however deplorable in amounts to onlv a quarter of the English Praises Trooper of the Lord Strathconas Horse one of the pioneer Canadian returned to the city Continued on Page Incorporate Gasoline July grant ed incorporation by the department of state this week include the Can adian Gasoline of with a capitalization of i The British press bureau appends a note to the German pointing with reference to the latter that the mos sage mentioned the 190th regiment and not the which is the temburg regiment stationed on the sjtictl hy thr war office tonight said j ypros where it has had no if nothing to add to the serjOUS titrhting during the last four A C if aeroplane this morning I s Tin in that the press bureau on The it lost 500 this is a pratifying The losses of the 190th remain un was communication On sciuih of Nieupori and nitk there iiavc been re loiy acions of slight iu Bfipian batteries have i iiici fire on the Ger Thp i liattiMiff Germans Driven Back in capture8 strrdriy hy the French south of the Oontmued on Page Black Officially Appointed July an nouncement was made today of the anpoiatmcnt of Black as com rnissoner of agriculture for the Do minion to succeed the late Black was formerly connected with Manitoba Agricul tural WE4THER The weather report from the meteoro logical observatory at Johns college is 45 follows Temperature at 7 76T2 maximum for preceding 12 635 Northwest wind at 6 miles per The Canadian meteorolOElcal eervice weather taken at 7 oclock last July Winnipeg Wflport cloudy fair 701 lair Prince fair Swift Current clear Medicine fair fair cloudy The weather has been fine and moder ately warm today throughout nothing In the plaintiffs man agers giving advice to customers re garding No replied Sir and it does not embrace the ten com I said Justice there are rules given on how to deal with It says Judges salaries are paid on the last day of each A receipt for such must not be signed or dated prior to as in the event of death the salary expires on the last day of the preceding I am author of that book my remarked Sir amidst seem to have thought or declared Judge Darling Speaking of the late Manager Gal letly Sir said he had a great reputation for He could not have had a higher declared the who is himself a great He was one of the most conserva tive and highminded men I ever declared Sir in further reference to You will be defending Sir John Simon remarked the amidst Sir John Simon counsel for the ton 5070 Prtnca bert 5274 5076 K1 6384 Port 53 83 7088 6684 6882 oront7091 on 70S4 LIGHTNING KILLS Mexico July per including a number of and a killed a llghtnlnr ana rain Btorm In th commission for his Allisons as stateti him to was that of a personal friend of on account of that friend to render any assistance he could to the shell committee and neither Carnegie nor Ber tram knew or suspeciea in what Allison was asked to do and was do ing in connection with the fuse con he was acting with a view to any profit or remuneration to him self form any contract that was con templated or might be entered Allisons department that tbe Bruiserwill find evidence establishes beyond question that after Allison had intro duced the Cadwell group and their experts to Bertram and his participation in the so far as they came to an end and all negotiations be tween tbe shell committee and the Cadwel group that led up to the making of the contract with American Ammunition company and In the settlement of the terms of the t convenient leave Hampton Hampton Roads on her way to New oort at the time the Deutschland be gins her x Several days ago Secretary Daniels ordered the North Carolina from her ase at to where the fleet Is assembled for According to the sec the cruiser stopped in at Hampton Roads to get As Pen is the aeronautfc station of it is well sup plied with WESTERN OFFICERS PROMOTED Canadian Associated July has been appointed tempor arily succeeding who Is a prisoner of Major of the first Canadian Mounted has taken over the command of his bat with the temporary rank of Major of the Sth Canadian mounted has been promoted lieutenantcolonel and has command of a Captain of of the 1st Canadian mounted has been promoted temporarily PRIEST ARRESTED of Fish Charged With July ed on a charge of Theophileus parish priest of Fish was brought into this city nnder Mounted Police escort this He will be given his preliminary hearing before Inspector of the tomorrow The arrest was the culimination ot a lengthy investigation conducted by the Mounted Police of the Saskatoon Tbe priest is charged with having discouraged enlistment among his to have slandered the Canadian characterizing them as Va bnncb of and to prophesied an abject fate for them on mcating tbe splendid Ger Contlnueil on Page FOUR MEN IN TOILS Three Winnipeggers and Bran don Man Charged With Bootlegging July is said to be an organized gang of bootleggers landed In the tolls this afternoon after some clever work by of and of license inspectors under the Manitoba Temperance act For the last two days the inspectors have been watching the but held off from arresting with the ob ject of getting the whole and it was only this afternoon they dis covered where the whiskey was com ing from and who was In charge of the distribution The man who appears to be tha leader is Edward of better known as The inspectors landed him In his room at the Imperial where a large quantity of Scotch and rye whiskey was The officers then went after the who had been acting as and arrested Colin Coldwell and Tom of and of The four are now In Jail and will appear in the July a re cent arrangement effected by Ae en tente governments an amount of na tive foodstuffs from Holland must be shipped to Eneland equivalent to tne amount shipped from Holland to as a condition under wtiioh the Dutch are permittcl to continue1 the importation foddcifor their Recently the British gov ernment offered to tura over its ihare of native Dutch products to the iiel aian relief for export to Belgium and The latter region has been dependent en tirely for some timi on Holland for its limited supply meats and The German jcoverament thereupon forbade such on tne grounds that diversion of Dutch food to the relief areas permitted Eneland to re cover the expense it wmiU be under if the food went to On top of this prohibition came tne announcement that the German gov ernment had ti3 plan bynrnich the HollandLloyd line was expected to provide ampls for thu re lief commission by under the protection ot all belligerents a num ber of German vessels now interned In For several months the commission has ba2n abla to procure tonnage sufficient to transport only 70 per cent the food necessary to maintain rations sufficient to keep in nealtb the needy population of the relief German officials base refusal to consent to the use ot these shins on the theory that the shortage be made up by tbe At present time the shipping re quirements of the commission are De ing supplied as far us possible by the who have itiven relief ships preference over all except military transport Even with the assistance of allied and neutral ships the commission is still embarrassed by It endeavored to supply thj deficiency of 30 per cent by means of the ar rangement with which provides for remunerative rates for the owniis of ships Tbe understindlng here Is that the veto of this plan by the German government is detote and FRANK ADMISSION Witness Tells Welmore Commission He Padded July first direct Incriminating evidence m regard to the padding of the Godfrey payrolls was given this afternoon before the Wetmore commission by Arthur Ern est the last witness and who was granted protection by the Saskatchewan Evidence act He said that while working as a straw he padded the time in the nav sheets according to Instructions from his Godfrey told him that he had lost a road out fit by fire and that the government wouia not pay for so he proposed to take It from the government by making up fraudulent pay sheets and adding on time to the actual time the men worked from week to When Fish asked the witness If he had filled out pay sheets for work that was never done the wit ness replied that he For his part in participating in the witness stated that he did not get anything from it at He add ed that he did it to hold his One payroll entire was made up by Lovell In Godfreys home in Yorkton in November after the road work was The names were all forged on it and the money collected by July flooding of the Dniester river is hindering tha operations on a large section of tha Russian front tothe advantage of tho but Russia was able to announce two successes von Linsingenr commandfng tha AustroGerman forces south of Ko has been obliged to retire furi ther in the face of strong attacks by the forces under The Russians also seized the crossings of the river and compelled their opponents to retire from the salient of tha Styr and Lipa rivers toward where a battle is now QOI ing By this advance Sakharoff gives greater protection to tho opera tions of the Russian Kate on the Volhynian in tha region of In the Caucasus tha Russians the town of between Trobizond and tha objective of Russian army in this section of July The war office communication Issued this Western front The valiani nrmy of bavins surmount ed all the difficulties of crossing the Lipa under the concentrated fire the on drove back the who fled in Our artillery shelling the retreating enemy columns which have been driven across the Lipa at several Yesterday we took about prisoners and four three of which were Prisoners con tinue to come Further informa tion Indicates that the prisoners taken in Thursdays battle numbered three officersand 155 Four machine jruns were also This ftehting took place in Ihe rvsion southwest of Kimpolunfr southern Bukowina in the where the enemy was driven from one The numiber of prisoners in the battle of the 18th continues to at present numbering men and 75 The booty al ready listed consists of three 49 machine M bomb 50 cases of grenades and t0 cases of 58 of machine gun hree depots containing BLACKLISTERS WILL New July tives of fifty of the eightytwo firms blacklisted by Great Britain under the Trading with the Enemy Act met here today to form an organization to fight the action of tbe British gov The only statement made was that a committee of five would be designated to formulate a plan of Mexico City SENATE ADOPTS NAVY BILL July naval appropriation bill with a three year building including the Immediate construction of four four great battle cruisers and 58 other passed the senate late today vote of 69 to It carriea or mora than tna total as measure pauad tha TREASURY DEPARTMENT CREDIT FOR HUGE SUM July Treasury department has Issued a supple mentary estimate1 for the vote of credit of which Premier will ask the House of Commons to vote the Government on The vote Is the largest asked by the Govern ment since the beginning of the and brings the total voted year to and the total sinca the beginning of the war to fContlnuod on GRAIN MARKETS REVIEW By Black At the present stage of the devel opment of the rust it would seem that Winnipeg men have a very good reason for being Van Dusens from an old ami established says that damage is and that though there Is rust all over South only in two counties are there seri ous The damage there is cal culated at 50 per of the According to last years tlgures that would mean that the whole crop ol South Dakota will be Uarnagod about 15 per South Dakota last year produced liushels of spring A 15 per cent damage would work out to calcul ating from last years and that that is a very small amount when compared with the total spring wheat crop of the bush That also does not take into consideration the bright prospects of the Canadian The tradein the Winnipeg pit was big and bat for the most part There waa some gool straight buying from outside mar but very little from the export ing branch of the The ad vance has been too rapid to admit of new and though does not respond to tha American Minneapolis waa the strong market of the but looked in vaia for support from Profittaking sales cleared out lot of long wheat in all mar with prices closing around tha low The relative strength ot Minneapolis gave the chance of some and their prices down there seem a little There does not seem to be a very good rea son why their December should be 3 38 cents better than Winnipeg The market continues to be a weather There seems to be little if any truth In the reports of rust in southern A far mer from the district of Myrtle was on the floor and reports tbe crop to splendid That district Is one of the likeliest to sea rust If there is any in our crop to and   

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