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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENTSTGF. iFIMK'UABY 20, 1901. FEW FOR THE PULPIT Decrease in Attendance at the Theo logical Schools. SPECULATION AS TO THE CAUSES Growth of Liberalism Is Suggested— Figures From Princeton sty • - t Seminary. New York. Feb. 20.—The decrease in at tendance at th« Princeton theological sem inary, it is held by some, is due to the conservatism of the old Presbyterian in stitution. It was pointed out "that while the number of students at the Pl-inceton seminary had decreased from 264 in 1895 to li*6 in 1900, and to 156 this year, there had been no falling off in the attendance at the Union Theological seminary where liberality of thought has been tolerated to a marked degree. It was deduced that an inclination t 0 broader views evists among the theological students. Rev. Dr. Benjamin B. Warfleld, presi dent of the Princeton seminary, declared that such a conclusion was not warranted, and that the decreasing attendance at the Princeton seminary was only in proportion to the de...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 February 1901

9 CITY NEWS Giii Mill Closed— The | Kentucky and Western: Distillery company's old plant at 313 Twenty-first avenue S has been closed as a United States warehouse and the last'barrel of .whisky has been withdrawn. - Illness or W. U. Smith— G. Smith, editor of the Minnesota School Journal,-is- ill with pneumonia. He Is' rapidly, recovering, but in consequence of his illness ,the issue of Ills paper due to appear : this week will !be delayed a few days. Old Soldier »te»—James Kearns died at the Soldiers' Home Monday, at 10:30. He served two months in the state militia, in 1862, during the ludlau outbreak on the Min nesota border, and became a member of the Soldiers' Home March 30, 1894. He came from Hennepin county. He was an inmate of the home hospital several weeks, suffering from general breakdown. He was born in Ireland, seventy-six years ago. Mr. Kearns leaves three children, James Kearus, of Aber deen, S. D.; Mrs. Lynch, 922 Twentieth ave nue S. and Mrs. Malone, 1818 Third stree...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 February 1901

.WEDNESDAY (EVENING, (FEBRUARY 20, 1901; VERXA The general Canned Fruit and Vegetable stock is just what it ought to be —-biggest and best assort ment, least prices. Bood, Sweet torn , «X eled Sl' This corn Is worth double the money. flood Peas ?oftri_-.IOe "Batavia" Canned Goods Canned Fruits and Vegetables that are labeled "Batavia" may be depended upon as the world's best. Money will not purchase better, because better cannot be sealed in tins. BATAVIA VEGETABLES Doz. Can. Pull 3 1b Tomatoes ...$1 65 $0 15 Full 2lb Sugar Corn —1 40 12^ Full 2 pound Marrowfat Peaa..l 30 12. Full 2 lb Early June Peas, small 165 15 Full 2 lb ex-Sujternne Sifted Early June Peas 2 25 20 Full 2 lb Champion of England Peas .^..1 50 14 Full 2lb Telephone Peas 150 14 Full 2 lb Sweet Wrinkled Peas.l r»0 14 Full 2 lb Strlngless Pea5....^.2 00 18 Full 2 pound Sweet Potatoes ..1 35 12*4 Full 2 lb Golden Wax Beans...l 70 15 Full 2 lb Lima Beans ..^,.^^.l 85 17 Full 2 lb Succotash ..^.....^.1 65 15 Full 2lb Fri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 February 1901

fr NEW COMPOSITION a rubber I V\l F% W\ W F% I Wears Better rtis U\ KKr If -is. Steel for |m Bl II II able rubber horseshoes |1 %%J KM tLW M 1 M Tnten'teT' F"OR • HORSESHOES prevents slipping and affords durable and practical results that are astonishing. THE GOOD YEAR-AKRON SHOE PAD. The latest and only practical rubber shoe, made of a recently perfected ma terial, which is destined to prove one of the most useful productions in the world. V. CHEAPER THAN STEEL £X,£ HOER who is I I™'"' "^L**H_ I THOUGH perhaps A morse! If HORSPS WORK-VALIE \V wear \ ™~"™"™"1"* Ufi ■■[ „ Mpß^rtriSiMl norantman II Hlis Completely off the wholly the fIM_W|PMBiI is jealous Oi hard roads. Prevents wholly the WU ffif Vl thisshoe.lt Any shoer 81 raflH Slipping absolutely impossible! 81 fjf maker "loir can fur- bfl HW I_ney improve his action and looks. F5535 Sim VC \ — every nish the UR 'MSB They increase a horse's selling SJMM <<lW live shoer pads at -5 \«i. MM price. They make life and work gffl ■...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 February 1901

: WEDNESDAY ETEMNG, FEBHTTXBYf^ 355 iT Thursday Shoe Bargains Resolution Sale or Fine Footwear Knoblauch's Arcade, 239 Nicollet Aye. and 23=25 So. Wash. Aye. Ladies' rubbers, sizes 2^ to Q#* 3£c, worth 40c, sale price.. .v w j Ladies' storm rubbers. QRa worth 50c, sale price. '.-.: <*MIO Ladies' light sandal rubbers, low, all sizes, worth 50c, sale AAp price .;.......... hvli Ladies' $1.60 kid button and lace, patent and kid tips, flfcßjf* broken sizes, sale price. .OvU Ladies, $5.00 and $6.00 Laird, Schober &Co.'s patent leather lace, fancy cloth tops, ti^O FStfll broken sizes, sale".. ■ O %M Ladies $3.00 patent leather and! fine vici kid lace. C!&il ft ft sale price. .'.iP I ■ W€P Ladies' felt house slip- AA^ pers, worth 75c, sale price" %Fl* Ladies' kid strap sandals and opera kid slippers, worth $1.00 ■f A« ' and $1.25, sale price / w O Our Children's Dept. is full of Good Things. Misses' kid, button and lace, QQ. worth 81.50. Sale price O«fv Misses' Storm Rubbers, wo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 February 1901

10 Women's Depts. on Second Floor. Mall E.V 3>, "E?S^fc^Mß m.' V tags ' ,-■ ?HHk 8 9 2n *Pjß 'W • fc* - \^r 'A' |/S '■ SB M BBaA ' |[ Women's Furnishings. 1 - A better Investment than putting your money in the bank. • Buy now and save 50 per cent. . .Ladles' Natural. Wool Vests and Pants, flat fabric; $1 is , ETC the regular price. Closing at, each JOC Ladies' fine rib all wool Black Tights, open or closed, gj J '■ i\i\ ankle length. $2 tight f0r.... Km\J\J . Ladies' medium weight Cotton Vests with long or short CL'/^>v sleeves, ankle length pants; each sJf\JC Ladies' heavy Egyptian cotton vests, hand finished; nice- P?/\ ~ly fleeced, each •..........."....:.......... j(jQ r Women's Jackets. j Special offer of Women's Stylish Jackets in fine English Kersey Cloth, half fitted back, all silk or. satin lined through- $*"7.50 out. Reduced from $12 and $15 * Small lot of Ladies' Jackets, Kersey, Boucle and Covert CC 00 Cloth; odds and ends, have sold for $10 to $18.50. To c105e.......

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBKUARY 20, 1901. BETTER THAN YEARS OE DOCTORING. ONLY PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND DID HER ANY LASTING GOOD, jnH^^M^^i^*" '.'V'Xv.'^Y'-'--'■',""■'' '• ■"' *'-''^'^^l^^^fl^^vSflßC^fl&mL^^Bfii It tau he truthfully said uf no other remedy in the world what is so often said of Paine's celery compound, that in no single instance has it failed to benefit, and benefit permanently—and there's the point that no sufferer should lose Eight of. The whole stock-in-trade of the ordi nary, plausible-sounding, but wholly ir responsible remedies is to bring about ihe appearance of health, to cover up symptoms and to stave off break-downs, making the permanent cure all the more difficult. Other remedies, because they can ef fect no lasting cure, do harm. The same words that fairly and ac curately describe I'aine's celery com pound, a remedy that every day proves its worth, are boldly used to exploit con coctiohs that can by no possibility do anything but harm. More brains and in g...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 February 1901

13 FREE CARPET OFFER Special for This Week Only. We will offer every Roll of Carpet in our Mam moth Stock at this FREE SALE. All orders for Carpets placed this week will be made, laid and lined with good quality of paper, FREE. An absolute saving to you of 15 cents a yard. Pick Your Carpet out and Have It Laid When You Are Ready. CASH OR TRUST. BOUTBLL BROS., EVERYTHING FOR THE HOUSE. FIRST AVENUE AMD FIFTH STREET. PENITENTIARY CHAPLAINCY Rev. Mr. Daley of Huron, Says He Is Not Seeking It. Special to The Journal. Huron, S. D., Feb. 20.—Rev. Charles M. Daley, late chaplain of^the^First South Dakota regiment, denies tEe'report that he is an applicant for appointment as chap lain of the state's prison at Sioux Falls, should the bill now pending before the leg islature for tbe creation of such office be come a law. The annual declamatory contest by stu dents of Huron college resulted in the win ning of the New York prize by George Costain and the Wllcox prize by Samuel Van Voorhies. The...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 February 1901

Wednesday 'evening I.fekrttaky 20, 1901. MONEY FOR SCHOOLS Appropriations in Flickertaildom Practically Settled. HARDEST JOBS OUT OF THE WAY . Special One Mill Tax Available Jan. "IJM»2—What It Will ■' *ieid. Special to The Journal. Bismarck. N. D., Feb. 20.—The most difficult problems before the legislature are out of the way. The matter pi ■«■ • propriations is" practically settled. The educational institutions will get suffi cient funds to maintain them from March 1 to Dec. Si of the current year out of the general fund of the state. After Jan. 1, 15*02, they will be supported by the special one mill educational institution tax. The sum of 115,000 has been re ported for the normal schools for the current year, $18,000 for the agricultural college,. and enough funds will be ap propriated for the deaf school and the stale university to tide them over the present year. After next year the an nual fund for the maintenance of the institutions named, basing the assessed valuation of th...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 February 1901

xa Wheat market closed firm and higher May Held Very Dull at First, but Turned Active Towards the Close. LIGHT RECEIPTS IN NORTHWEST TtISLT Corn Fairly Active—Fair Ca»h Demand—General New* of the Day. • Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Feb. 20.—Wheat dragged along this morning in ■extreme dullness, with scarcely a fluctuation worth noting, and the market inside of Me lange. May opened at j 74 s ß @74S.c and sold at 74V4@74%e. Before noon there was a gain to 74%e, and . dullness at the higher range. Holders drew encouragement from lighter northwestern receipts, posted figures showing 243 cars as compared with 504 last year. Liverpool was ' s d up, and Paris sto 10 centimes higher. Chicago said there was evidence of more confidence, '. with some firmer feeling drawn from; an Argentine re port placing the exportable surplus at 25, --000,000 bushels, the lowest figures that have yet been put out. So many conflicting reports have been out in regard to Argentine that traders now take ever...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBEUABY 20, 1901. '- INDEX TO WANT HEADINGS To easily find any heading, note the num ber opposite the heading in » the index; the headings of each department are numbered consecutively as in Index: I—Agents Wanted. 2—-Ann-ouucenieiits., " Auction Sale*. "' • —Accountants. 62—Belgian Hares. , &—Dullness Personals. 6—Business Opportunities. T—Business Specials. ■' ' B—Bicycles. —Business Bargain*. lO— Board and Rooms. 'Board Offered. 12— Board Wanted, ' j U!>— I UKtillJiM. IS—Cows. Clairvoyants. ■ . ■ «*«— Detective Agency. 64—Detective Bureau. * 15—Dressmaking. . 10—Dyeing and Cleaning. . , IS—Dentistry. 17—Educational. *-— Rent, Furnished Houses. I!*—Financial. ;.*: > SO—For Sale, Miscellaneous. 75—For,Sale, Stocks and Bond*. -I—For Rent, Unfurnished Houses. 113—For Rent, Furnished Rooms. 24— For Rent,* Unfurnished Roonis. 25—For-Rent, Unfurnished, Flats. HO—For Rent, Furnished Flats. 27—For Rent. Offices. US—For Rent, Stores. 29—For Rent, Acres. 3(UFor...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 February 1901

10 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE A TAX COMMISSION The Minnesota Senate Agrees to the Bill Establishing One. ONLY FOUR VOTES AGAINST IT Other States Have Been Very Soc ceaaful in Smoking Out Tax Dodgem. Minnesota is in a fair way now^to have c tax commission to overhaul, tinker, re vise, amend, correct and codify the tax laws. The senate to-day passed the Un derleak bill as amended by the judiciary committee, and only four senators were recorded against it, Messrs. Knatvold, McGovern, Schaller and Viesselman. Only three senators spoke against the bill. The belligerents were McGovern, Knatvold and Stockwell. Ab a result of the action taken yesterday the bill had the right of way over all legislation this morning at 11 o'clock, and promptly at that hour Senator Underleak took the floor to expatiate on the merits of the bill. He said that the present tax laws were almost a farce on account of the many discordant and incomplete amendments which had been plastered over the laws during the past fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOTTRINfIi;; PRICE TWO CENTS. WAR ON WOMEN AND CHILDREN Charges by General De Wet and Steyn. ORDERED BY OFFICEP^ Old Age and Sickness, They Declare, Is No Protection. NO REGARD FOR THE WOUNDED Their l'roclamat lon AeenHen the British of BnrburouH Cruelties. Port Elizabeth, Feb. 21.—The following proclamation has been issued by President Steyn and General De Wet: Ue it known to nil men that the war, which has been forced on the Transvaal republics by the British government, still rages over South Africa; that all the customs of civilized warfare and also the conventions of Geneva and The Hague are nut observed by the enemy, who have uot scrupled, contrary to the Geneva convention, to capture doctors and ambulances and deport them in order to prevent our wounded from getting medical assistance; that they have seized ambulance material appertaining thereto, that they have not hesitated to have recourse to primitive rules of warfare, contrary to the toleinn agreement of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 February 1901

. BOXERS RISE AGAIN More Disturbances Are Reported in Southern Manchuria. CHINESE TROOPS ARE JOINING Russians Attacked by a Force Raised by a Military Governor. St. Petersburg, Feb. 21.—The Novoe Vremya's Vladivostock dispatches report that trouble is again arising in southern Manchuria. Boxer emissaries have already arrived there and Chinese forces are join ing the Boxer movement. IUSSIAVS ATTACKED They Are I'liable to Defeat the fhl- nese Military Forces. Berlin, Feb. 21.—The Cologne Yolks zeitung publishes v dispatch from New Chwaug which says thai Soo. the military governor of Mukden, gathered an army, and Feb. 10 and 11, attacked the railroad to Shan Hai Kuan and surrounded Rus sians in Tchin Cho Tv and Kaboh Se. Genera! Fleischer sent forward two regi ments of reinforcement*. The Russian losses were large. The Russians are unable to master the up rising or defeat the Chinese military forces there. STIRS UP SMART SET Major Atherton Files a Suit for Divorce in London. DUKE OF WE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 February 1901

fHtTSSIWLY EYENWG, FEBRTTAKY 2L. 1901 BUYING PIG IRON Heavy Sales the Feature of the Week, Says the Iron Age. ACTIVITY IN OTHER LINES, TOO Heavy Tranaaotloni In Steel Ban in t~Ue Chicago I) lat let—Contt- : - deaoe in Value*. • „-.,; ■ New York, Feb. 21.—The" Iron Age says to-day of conditions in the iron trade: The feature of the week:" has been the heavy buying of pig iron, notably for steel purposes. Borne large sales' of Bessemer pis have been made in the valleys and the mar ket has risen squarely. A large interest in th« Plttsburg district has purchased- heavily of basic pig in nearly all the markets. Bir mingham, Virginia, western and., eastern Pennsylvania furnaces have been the sellers, the total quantity of basic pig Involved prob ably being not far from 60,000 to 70,000' tons. There have also b«en sales aggregating at least 20.000 tons of pig iron by furnaces in the Lebanon valley and there have been transactions in Pittsburgh round lots of mill Iron. The suspicion -that a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 February 1901

■;£ ; x THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. 8. McLAIN, < MANAGES.^ ,4 5 EDITOR. THE JOURNAL is published every evening, except ' Sunday, at 47-48 Fourth Street" South, Journal Building;, Minneapolis, Minn. C J. Billson, Manager Eastern Adver tißiQg.soHßl - NEW YORK OFFICE— 87, 88 Tribune building. . CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS I *) able to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by mall. ; One copy, one m0nth;.......; 10.35 One copy, three m0nth5.....;... 1.00 One copy, six m0nth5......... 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 m0nth............ 35 cents Single copy ...; : 2 cents ~ CHANGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their paper* 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. C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 February 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. FEBBUAET 21, I9OL ' The Plymouth Clothing House. Knox ;.';*■> KM; |B| B'B *ftfflflfl 'luß^S^^^^ff^^^l^P Hanan Hats. »B ■ I ''fiffl B I^Pl Ikjl"l|l Bwi ft kPN Shoes. Correct Dress from Head to Foot. V Boys' Clothing J Tomorrow being a holiday, we offer, special in ducement to make it worth your while to visit this store. Vestee and two-piece Suits, ages , Boys' long pant suits in plain 3to 15 years; $3.50. val- $*.95 colors and mixtures. Regular ues. Bargain Friday.... £ isß and $10 values/ Bar- JJJ E» Boys' Reefers in Irish Frieze and gain FrlJa > r .............. 3 Chinchillas, all ■ sizes and regular i i-;i ".;.:'iv!:?J Iss values. Bargain $H&.95 500 pairs Boys' $1.50 and <£ * Friday :.....!......:. £ i $2 Pants. Bargain Friday :,■ .sl\ Boys* Haberdashery. Boys' $1.50 Star Shirts, with two | ; Boys' 35c Hose. fast black, i detached collars. . \ PA '' fleece-lined. . ■I'tL*-*"^ Bargain .Friday _..". , %-?vJC | lßargain.Friday ; ...— IJC'.I Boys' $1.50...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 February 1901

m CITY NEWS Death of Ray Flnel'i Father—Har vey Rlok«r received a telegram yesterday from Los Angeles saying that the father of Ray D. Fluel. for many years a singer in the oholr of th« Church of the Redeemer, died there very ' suddenly to-day. - Mr. Finers mother went to Los Angeles only a short time ago. ■HBSHBMHfiBi Hydrant Contract JLet — The water work* committee of the council has awarded contracts for hydrants to the Cayuta Foundry company of Sagia, Pa. ■ The bid was $30 for single and double steamer hydrant*. with frost jackets, aud $r. without frost Jackets. All bids for water valves were re jeoted and new jjllb will be asked for. Addi tional watermains were ordered in on Seventh street S aud Third street S from Twenty flrst to Twenty-second avenue S; on Peuc avenue troni Western avenue to Sixth avenue N; oa Forty-fourth avenue S from Sheridan to Lake of ta# Isles boulevard. SHIRTWAISTSAT A DANGE >GW THIM. FOR TERPISCUORK Fifteen Men Attend a Dancing; Party Wearlnir ''Ka...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 February 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21, 1901. YERXA m ■■' *bB v 9 fly o^a ■ H^h „ ''-■■' :;, . — • - — ■ - ■. : These for Tomorrow: IIIA . good California Prunes, ti. ri UnOS while the lot lasts, 1b.........i12C Good, Sweet Corn -X eledi: 7 doz OUCcanlC Dates &...^:.:.;...::... v .... Se Ei» A New California: c«. ri§S Mb. package .................... 01 Roiled Oats X*.: \\% Potatoes aa,^.;::.....;.:. 48t Compare our bushels with the measure you get elsewhere. ;'vYf. Beans ■ 55&.,,. 7c Very Fine Creamery S?& r: 22c Fresh Dairy Butter cl6c 20 Peerless Meat Market We sell only the best. Salmon Steak 15c Halibut Steak 15c Fresh Cod Steak 15c Red Snapper Steak .... 15c Crappies 7c Pike 9c White' Fish 10c Pickerel : 7c Smelts He Skinned Perch '.'", ............. tic •Fresh Herring 4 C EYES Jlllll*^. Examined J^PP* Free BEST ■20328^7 bmßUßbbujhm ttl Artificial Byes. OPTISIAN, 409 Nieallei THE WEATHER The Predictions. Minnesota aoid Wisconsin —Generally fair and continued cold to-night a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 February 1901

g WHEAT CLOSED LOWER, MAY WEAK AT THE END Market Reached 75c Early, but Lost the Advance Under Selling Pressure. WINTER WHEAT OUTLOOK FAIR The Holiday To-morrow Prompted Tlnild Holder* to. JLet do-Gen eral Xew» of the Day. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce. Feb. 21. —May wheat sold at 75c thismorning in the early trades. The stronger feelicg arose, from higher cables, and indications of a slight change in the -winter /wheat outlook, with conditions on the whole not quite so favor able as heretofore. Liverpool closed %d to ' ■\d higher. All continental markets were up. Paris was 10 centimes op and M centimes to 25 centimes higher on flour. Weather condi tions are moderating somewhat'with higher temperatures predicted. The Price Current says the outlook for the winter wheat crop it maintained, but that much of the area is now bare of snow and unprotected. Chicago had a stronger turn at the start on covering by shorts who got scared at the show of foreign strength. Cash business in that ...

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