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THE BUTTE DAILY POST A Office Using Hate* on Appli ANACONDA 203 Main St. cation. BUREAU Bell 65 LONG RESIGNS »T ST. JAMES Will Join U. S. Medical Corps. Dr. Cather Also Leaves for Service. Anaconda. Aug. 22 .—Dr W. E. Long, formerly of Butte and n<-.v. on nested with the St. Jamea hospital has re signed. He leaves tomorrow for Omaha. Neb., »here he will visit rela tive«» and friends l*efore going to the army training camp Dr. I.ong has made a reputation for himself in Ana conda. He was well known in Butte, and while a man who » ■» w alific*d to establish a large practice in any city, he felt that his duty lay with hts coun try and so he enlisted for medical service, one of the most demanded in the present war. Another volunteer from this county is Dr. Cather of Warm Springs Dr. Cather left today for New York, where he will receive instructions I tends to start a: on — for Frar ATTEND THE PICNIC Red Cross Societies Have Re freshments for All Who Attend. Anaconda. Auk 22. The con mittees in charge of the final arrangements for the Farmers pnme were busy to day on the finishing touches to the ground and the last word in i ra tion. The new dancing pavilion and the speakers' stand will be decked with bunting of the national colors. Senator J. B. Gnose and the Ana conda band will leave this city at noon tomorrow to attend the festivities. The band will go to the grounds in the big truck of J. P. Stag« and John Stag* will be the man at the wheel. The Red Cross societies of Deer Lodge and Anaconda will have abund ance of refreshments for the picnick ers and for those who do not care to be burdened with bask*'*. Many fam ilies and groups will, however, have their merry fea.stings in the shade by the side of the pretty brook. : j I ANACONDA BRIEFS . left for La «'rosse. Wis. their f Mr Felxer rill ema vhile Mi have inner j there • and 1 of A extend- j >da I,* il I lor one month, the children will make a ed visit. Ed Whilcraft. formerly and now of Troy. Mont., but > great booster for the Smelting is here on a visit with old friends. Lieutenant West cot t and Ensign Provost of the SaL'ation Army have gone to their new quarters ;,t Cas per, Wyo. John Lyons left last evening for his home on Coffee Creek after a visit wrlth Mrs. Michttel Lyons of 320 East Fourth street. Mrs. James McPherson, Miss Geor gia MacDonald and Miss Blanche Thomson compose a party that left to day for a tour of Yellowstone nationa park. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Thomason of Croat Fulls and Mr. and Mrs H W. Gilchrist and daughter. Misa Mildred, of this city started yesterday on a two weeks* automobile tour of Yellowstone national park. George Braslll, for 50 years a resi dent of Montano, a former prospector and miner and now a prosperous rancher in the Hell Gate canyon sec tion. paid his first visit to Anaconda yesterday to dispose of a car of cattle. A. W. Noble of Butte and C. A. Kohrman of Chicago were visitors at the Washoe smelters today. The funeral of John Antonfch will be held Thursday morning at St Peter's church at 9 o'clock, proceed ing from \f P. Maloney's undertaking j The Rev. J A Meek«* is attending the conference of the Montana Meth odists at Billing.«. J. T. O'Brien returned to his home at Spokane yesterday after a visit with friends and attending to busi ness affairs in Anaconda for a few day*. Miss M » mie Huffman, who has been visiting Mr and Mrs. M. FI Spencer for the past several days, returned to her hdhia in Butte this morning. Mrs. George E. Voyer and family, who have been rlmicking at the Home ranch of the Wellcome A Peckover company, returned to town today. W. D. Bennetts, who has been spend ing the past several weeks at Chico Hot Springs, has returned to Ana conda much improved In health. I-ee H. Young of Poison is visiting In Anaconda with Rev. and Mrs. Craig Mrs. R. C. Thomas, formerly of Ana conda and now of Los Angeles, is vis iting old-time friends in the city. Verberckmoes optometrist.—Adr : I FARMERS' PICNIC AT RACE TRACK AUG. 23 Special train via the B. A. & P. Ry leaves Anaconda 8:10 a. m. ; return ing. leave* Race Track 9 p. m. $1.20 for the round trip.—Adv. PACIFIC HOUSE 14*6 MAIN STREET—ANACONDA Under New Management; New and Neatly Famiehed. Strictly ReepectaMe. Renta Rea »enable. By the Day Week er Menth. PHONE 411. Offer for Two Anacondans to Get Free Training at the State College. Ana* onda. Aug 22 —An Ana* or young man and a young woman will have an opportunity to do their bit for their country «nd in addition get a year's college training in military affairs and nursing if the plans dis cussed at the meeting of the Ana conda Rotary club at a luncheon held at noon today are consummated. A committee consisting of Attorney John W. James. C. a. Tuttle and A. E. Wlfgin recommended that two loans i of $200 each be arranged by th* j Rotarians; one to finance the course ] of an Anaconda man in the year mili- i tary course at the State college a: Eozeman and the other for an Ana conda oiing lady, who will take the chool. I that I Th bed Rod ther I ilso recommended )wyer. superinten made chairman of qualifications, and irman of the fin In addition to the > ability, the can EMPLOYES SADLY SEE OLD ENGINE GO AWAY 1 TO SOUTHERN COMPANY r-ndi Cnucho Ste the older e ered tills moi an affectioni that had bee - Aug. 22.—Steam loco mo 20. the first steam locomotive I na to carry an electric head 1 reputed to be the fastest gira* ever run in Montana, left ! Jour home the start end in it Trading of th« gart, nploy >mi any of j lib*. A number of of the road Rath station to bid j throu igh long asso a re< cord of 2S i niile* l»etween Bi This w as made M ick py Campbell — t th ewCl to an engine part of th«-ir lives iation. No. 20 ha.s linutes for the 26 Lte and Anaconda. 2 veer* ago with t the throttle. DEPARTMENT CALLED TO PUT OUT SMALL BLAZE f X ■iepa la, Aug. 22.—A bonfire in at the rear of the Kelliher East Third street spread to ds and outbuildings. There ong wind blowing and the tment was called upon for e of its lively work yester °r TEXAS NEGRO LYNCHED Ihcre'bv VISITS FROM DILLON. inatontia Auk -'2.- Frank A. H.-iz ak,r drove up from Dillon on busi >.e last evening tind when he heard the big picnic decided to remain end attend it tomorrow Mr. Hazel baker had charge of the Montana ex hibit at the Panama exposition. BUTTE MOOSE GUESTS OF ANACONDA LODGE Between 200 and 300 members of the Loyal Order of Moose of this county will leave Butte this evening for Ana conda. where they will be guests of th Anaconda lodge at |The Butte people ______ mobiles, and at least 40 machines ha been secured. A social program with refreshments, followed by a dance, has been arranged and the Butte members anticipate a most enjoyable time. „rirov a et e in° ni,, , h ' BY MOB^AJ MARSHALL Marshall, Tex.. Aug. 22—Charles mob of firemen today and hanged to a tree. .Ipnes had been ar rested on a charge of entering the room of a white woman. THE POST CARTODNET ttUt L! W RUSSIAN GIRLS IN KNEE DRESSES TELL OF WORK AS POLICE IN PETROGRAD i i :**■ MISSES MARGARET 'LEFT) AND VERA DE LONYGUINE. Duluth. Minn.—The most interesting] figures in the country today to Ameri- | can boys and girls- interesting to par ents. too--are Margaret and Vera De Lonyguine, who have come to Duluth from Petrograd after serving as sol dler-polb-etnen in Ru«,ia. | \ era, who i* only 14. was a messen-' dier-policemen in Vera, »ho is on Ker for the war department, and car-j tied a revolver and bayonet. Margaret, i t**o years older, had similar duties of even greater responsibility and peril.! had offered the new revolutionary i BASEBALL RESIILTS.COAL NATIONAL LEAGUE. Boston ..................6 11 l lotteries—Doak. Watson. M»> Gonzales. Walsh. Nehf and Meyers. 2 j i nT '" AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Detroit— R. H. E New York .....................0 8 Detroit ....................... •£ t i Batterie « —• uüop. Mogrldge and Wat ters. Nunamaker; James and Si>encer. At St. Lout*—First game; R. H. E Washington ..................* St. Louis .....................i Batteries—Harper, Johnson and Henry. Atnsmlth; Groom. Rodgers and Severetd. At Cleveland— k. H. B. Philadelphia ..................5 10 1 Cleveland .................... Ç io 1 Batteries—Bush, R. Johnson. Se.bold and Haley. Co\eleskle, Igombe'h, Couinbe and O'Neill. WINNERS IN NATIONAL TRAPSHOOTING TOURNEY ] j , " Chicago. Aug. 23.—Mark Arie of Thomasboro. 111., won the national amateur trap »hooting championahip in the grand American handicap tour nament today aft**r three shoot-off*, breaking 75 target* in a row. Clarence Platt of Bridgeton. N. J.. who won the national amateur cham pionship in doubles by smashing 96 of 50 pairs of targets, equalled the worlds! record for the event made by Williamjb* Rigley of V.'hatoheer, la., at Denver, Colo., several years ago. GOLF PROS RETURN Frank Noble, professional golf in structor at the Country club, and his assistant. J. A. Novak, have returned from Helena, where they met Jack Street, the Helena, pro, and Stuart Finley, the Missoula pro. in a special match. The game was played yester day and was close. At th© thirty sixth hole it was a tie but the Butte men won the extra hole and match. The same teams met in Butte Satur day when the local club staged a pa triotic tournament, the Putte men win ning handily. INQUEST INTO DEATH OF BABY GIRL TODAY I.ate this afternoon an inqueat was started In the case of Olga Popovich, the baby girl who waa killed in front of her home at 801 East Galena street last Haturday noon when struck by a motor car driven by Hugh Murphy. People who were near the scene of the accident were on the wltnea. stand. Police officer* w ho were called to the place and who later arrested Murphy, undertakers and phyalcinne. were the first to testify. It is probable that the inquest w!U be finished today. government their servie s as girl scouts. ' To wear a hat in Russia said Vera, is to be one of the upper class. So. to avoid attracting the attention of ■ peasants, women doing work like ours • prry handkerohU-f. to aub.ti.ute to, hata." I The two little rebels, who have seen ! some of the most thrilling scenes >f ihe war upheaval and who prophes: Russian aid to beat the kaiser ire plete^ their edu ation in America. PRICES IN FRONT -- , .. Other Stocks Stagnant as the Bears Get in Work on Bituminous. Government fixing of coal prices held the attention of the stock market today, other stocks remaining firm ut their yesterday's quotations. Steels and cop !>ers maiie a small rally during the day, but fell back to their opening before the close. Talk of peace is less insistently felt jupon the market. So many reports of many natures hare been received ••jthat the traders are beginning to trade upon the grounds of investment alone without reference to possible peace dis cusston by the allies. The following wires were received to day by Heilbronner company: "There is one thing certain, and that Is that all the news that can hi* bad about Ihe coal Mocks has come out. Any further news must bv for the bet ter. The market has taken the |«,d!î' news this morning much better than was expected." "Oil stocks are constantly being ab rorbed and Mexican Petroleum espe cially was active yesterday. We can not but believe this issue is away out of line with other oil shares. We be lieve in the near future the world will be clamoring f„r oil from this prop erty. and something definite will be arrived at between the Mexican gov ernment and other countries so that this valuable property will l>e properly "' i,h a ,oan of around *250, 000.000 to Mexico, the taxation may be cut down and big business may again resumed." The following wires were received tedav by the Lauzier-Wolcott com pany : "Holders of Industrial securities find very ilttle conformity In the govern ments action on ,-oal prices and the « more Pronounced to liquidate holdings. ' market"^ "a th,t tht »«.««nee of th. * ttion enough convince holders of that th. » _u • , I-oeition U not «tiefactST alÂVlJÎ l-ÏT S* •«prort » leckln,.- r> and th *' influe»»,«! ar * sradoalljr reeliiin* th*t the u'TS'iîLirSft *VBS2 ToT™' few as possible of them." * as "The market in selling itaal r u* u > tK wh,ch it is rumored U re.d> for « eoSSed drive U,. bear,. . ho J BUTTE BOY IS NOT A "DODGER" OF DRAFT ^ f., ; infsntry and i. now J to ". Una • *• he u one of the netrioti» give Montana the Kremtest Äor Si Ära?^^Är. , *J 1 , r i it ,<, ;«nrtion board, is not to W conïldîrrd l "tL'TYM'.' ,h ; 'ron. Rati,.;, Six. Montana Z ^ i J" M Ä «•t procréa« i n wt_ —u ZZi T eniiatmant. b *""" of hl " ---- THE POST FOR THE NEWS MARKET tCTIVE Government Regulation of the Coal Prices is Control ling Feature. New York. Aug. 22 —Government reg ulation, indicated by the fixing of coal prices, was the overshadowing feature of today's active market and extreme reversals of 2 to 6 points followed. Sales approximated 750,000 shares. Shares of the coal roads and coal pro ducing companies suffered further shrink age during today's early dealings In con sequence of the cut in prices ordered by the government. Pittsburg Foal dropped 4 points and Reading IN* with material fractional recessions in the bituminous issues. Delaware & Hudson developed re. urrent weakness and New Haven made the new low record of 30V Industrials, equipments and coppers were sympatheti call> affected, leading steels losing 1 to 1% points. Shippings and tobaccos were among the few sustaining features. Steady liquidation accompanied the trading of the morning, most early losses belt e increased. Steels, coppers. Mexi cans and sugars were pressed for sale by professional interests and shippings failed to hold. Motors were relatively the steadiest of any gro u p. Rails gener&lly. numerous secondary issues, in cluding the western and southwestern division, losing l to 2 pointa. High grade coalers rallied fractionally, support being obviated on recessions. Dealings in bonds were nominal, the liberty issue selling at 99 vk to 99.92. Mixed conditions prevailed in last hour, coalers going lower with rallies of 1 to 5 points in steels. The closing was weak. Liberty bonds were 99.*8 to 99.94. Bethlehem Steel "B" R„ite and Stmerinr ( nniwr California Petroleum' . ^.!. 2» IC.nadian Pacifie ................16UH ...... 874 New York, Aug. 22.—Following a day's closing quotations on the exchange : Alaska Gold .................... American Beet Sugar ........... American Can .................. American Car and Foundry ..... American Locomotive ........... American Smelting and Refining. American Sugar Refining........ American Tel. and Tel........... American Zinc, Lead and S. bid Anaconda Copper .............. Atchison ........).............. At!. Gulf and \V. I. S. S. Lines... Baldwin Locomotive ............ Baltimore and Ohi< 72*4 67 100*4 lir, 1 18*2 22 ** Centra! Loath .Chesapeake and Ohio |Chi., Mil. and St. Paul toj^hu B- I and Pac. P 98*4 68 % 111*4 35% 66 *• Ctfs Chino Copper Colorado Fuel and Iron .......... 47*4 Corn Product» ................... 82 7 s Crucible Steel ................... 78 Cuba Cane Sugar ................ 33 Kibe . ........................... 23 General Electric .................150*4 Gen,eral Motors .................116** Great Northern preferred ........104% 33*4 101 Ti 59 90'* at Northern Ore Ctfs Illinois Centra! ........ . . Inspiration Copper ....... Inter. Merc. Mar. preferred ( it - v souther,. Kennecott Copper Lehigh Valley .......... Louisville and Nashville . Mexican Petroleum ...... Miami Copper ........... Missouri Pacific ......... \*°ntana Power ......... ^! ew . York Central ...... ^ H. and Hartford. p , °flhem Pacific ........ ............... Pacific Mail ............. Pennsylvania ......... JJ av Consolidated Copper P cat **ng ............... !^ epu ^ lic * ron and Steel .. Southern Paclf »<' ......... Southern Railway ....... iStudebaker Company .... 'Tennessee Copper ....... Texas Company (bid) .... Pacific ........... V S Industrial Alcohol .. U nited States Steel ...... **° l ,re « ePre< I ......... uh Copper ..... " :lba,h preferred "H Western L'nion i bid PH», -Butte Ra >' Hercules stewart* ' an,i Stewart......... Success .......... Tonopah Belmon ' Westinghouse Electric on j j ! 'Reported by Lauzier-Wolvott Co ) Boston. Aug -2.—Today's mining shores Bid. ASked. the curb follow Atlanta .......... Bingham ...............j J2i Bohemia .............. j Boston Ely ........... " ' g 5 4 Butte & London .... j« Butte-New York ..... j Barnes-Kins ........ .... 12% 1% 90 IS Butte Copper Calumet & Corbin Con Arlsona ...... Coppermine* ...... Bluebell ......... First National Goldfield Con Goldfield Merger 1 «a Hose Majestic ........ do Extension Tuko ** 52 54 S 40 45 40 42 1% 14i . . 12 34% 3*4 35 38 30 33 44» 5 2 V, 2*» 36% 37 2 2>4 1 % : 2% \\ 9 in " „ . - - N SURRENDERED AFTER LAST SHOT WAS FIRED Atl&n> cMse.he had not another shoVtS tire" The c «™Pana s ammunition .ffo. Aug. 22—The Campana. of her navy "7* lHKen Prisoners by a 0erman ■"''marine on Aug S '" ndard «' '»"X steamer " h °" < ' roplain and fly Runner* were taken rendered to the U boat, but only "be Th U '^ 8hf ha<1 n °' an °' her " hot *4 «re 7„V mTo?. a s , l mmun,t,on - ««- fir lnp 180 shot*, became exhausted .. on hoard the French ''. n » r they heard that the German Ï. boa ' ! * or,| J »«*>■ "« attack on the u- 8 aT Pa " a wa ' 8unk by a Fren,h pa,ro1 8ii!v«. Feed the Fighters! Win theWarl Harvest the Crops! Sav e the WtUa On the hsttlefleldii of France and Flandern the r n it~» o. ÄÄ'Ä.*"* h" to win f " ■■■■•' W'Ä&C* I JH**. requisitioned must go into use to save this year's crop \ J? . * anL requires the combined forces of the two countries in' »..*.« n ." 4nr ««t soldier boys in France and Flanders are demonstrating Work * «/JJJ THE COMBINED FIGHTERS IN FRANCE \\n Ft AND THE COMBINED HARVESTERS IN \ml'b^ DER 3 WILL BRING THE ALLIED VICTORY NEiRFB A reciprocal arrangement for the use of farm workers h T* between the Department of the Interior of Canada and a Labor and Agriculture of the United States, under which • ' lrtn '«t 4 permit the harvesters that are now engaged in the wheat fiel Kansas. lows. North Dakota, South Dakota. Nebraska Minn 0kllk «M. consin to move over into Canada, with the privilege of ut*r ÜT 4, .*■* ^ United States, when the crops in the United States have • returni n« ta % help to save the enormous crops in Canada which by that tima'wW*' ** for harvesting. * W|11 w rah HELP YOUR CANADIAN NEIGHBORS WHEN YOUR ftw* r. HARVESTED WN rR 0P II Canada wants 40,000 Harvest Hands to take car,, IS Million Acre Wheat Field U One cent a mile railway fare from the International Bound.., u destination and the same rate returning to the Internation«' hB * b wages, gond board, comfortable lodgings. Hid An Identification Card issued at the boundary by a Canadian im-i Officer will guarantee no trouble in returning to the United St.t« lmmip| ba AS SOON AS YOUR OWN HARVEST IS SAVED move nLk ^ assist your Canadian neighbor in harvesting his: In this wav l helping -Win the War.*' y 00 ,0Ur b « k For particulars as to routes, identification cards and place whet* -, u. ment may be had. apply to Superintendent of Immigration, Ottawa J. L. PORTE, Canadian Gov't. Agent, Dunn Blk., Great Falls, Mog. THE HEILBRONNER C BROKERS. BUTTE. MO\T. Direct Private Wires—Cotton, Stocks and Grain CORRESPONDENTS— E. F. HUTTON te CO. NEW YORK BAÏDB STONE « CO. NEW YORK AND BOSTON ' MAIN OFFICE—Northeast Corner Main and G Streets. Telephones 412-413. RRANCH OFFICE—(FORMERLY PAINE, WERBER & CO.)—17 EAST BMI» WAY. J. GEORGE DOLAN. MANAGER. TELEPHONES 157 AND IK Direct Private Wires Correspondntti Logan & Bryn fjAIJZŒh-WOLCOTT Q STOCK 51 East Broadway Pftone 5II mME ID CLOSE THE MEUT PIT Board of Trade to Make a Set-.' tlement Price on Atf- '[ gusL 25. --HD'S ago. 22._Cor„ pn«^ Chi clilied at the start today, lor furnishing abundant offerings and beneficial rains the incentive. Senti ment was bearish, influenced by the ex cellent crop conditions. Opening prices were from *4 lo 1*4 cents lower, with December at -*1.07% to $1.08 and May at $1.06% to $1.06%. The tIosc was steady, ** to %c net lower, with December at $1.08% to *1.08*4 and May at *1.06% to $1.06%. Wheat continued to Ik* a negligible quantity so far as trading was con cerned. The first bid was $2.10 for September, unchanged from yesterday, 'and a few trades were recorded with prices sagging to $2.07. Announcement was made by board of trade officials that steps would be taken to fix a set tlement price for all September wheat contracts outstanding Aug. 25 in readi ness for governmental handling of wheat after Sept. 1. Prices weakened in the later trading, which was of small volume. The close whs easy and 4c lower, September fig ures being $2.06. Oats opened unchanged with light trading. Provisions declined sharply notwith standing the high hog prices. The drop was attributed to traders' expectation that an embargo on meat exports might Ik* established. Open. 82.10 High. $2.10 $2*oT Clœe. $2.06 1 0"' 1.06% Î.Ô7 1.05% 1.06% -53% .67 .54 \ .67% .58*2 .ô4v; .67% Dec. . .. Oats Dec. ... Muy . . . Pork Sept. ...48.00 48.10 Oct.....48.05 43.15 Lard Sept. ...22.95 22.97 Oct.....82.12 23.12 Ribs - Sept. . . .23.30 23.62 Oct.....28.47 23.60 Cash Wheat No. 2 red, 13 red. $2.16072.26 ; No. 2 jNo. 3 hard. $2.20. Corn—No. 2 yellow. $1.80*? 1.80% ; No. 3 yellow, $1.79%4i 1.80 ; No. 4 yellow, nominal. Oat^ No. 3 white. &8%<frS6c ; standard. _ U%4i55c. Rye No. 2. $1.75« 1.76. Harley $1.064i 1.29. Timothy - $4.60«d 8.00. Clover $14.00« 18.50. MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT. Cash—No. 1 northern, $2.45(72.50; No. 2 northern. $*.40©2 45: No. 3 northern, $2.3* 02.40; No. 1 hard Montana, $2.30. Flax—$3.450 3.50. Barley—$1.0101.25. BUTTER AND EGGS. Chicago. Aug 23. — Butter, higher; ■ reamery. 370 41c. Eggs, receipts 5.732 cases; higher. Firsts, 35%$f>36c; ordinary firsts, 31 & 34c; at mark, cases Included. 3lft36c.' -_ METAL MARKET. . New York, Aug. 22.—The metal market quotes lead easy; spot. 10%@10%; spelter, weak; spot, East Bt. Louis delivery, 8ft 3%- .. Copper, dull: electrolytic, spot and n«arby, nominal ; September and fourth quarter. 25,00^86.00. Iron, firm 5/11*1 unchanged. Tin, easy; spot, «2.00. THE POST FOR THE NEWS f 41% North Main.^ Plus Batte Publie STOCK *** EXCHANG WW -V.» » f»-* Order* Executed to Buy or Ms * (xchftDgM. Stock» Boagbt and Sold oi C ED. C. 8ACHS, Uu#' Stocks and W. H. McNULTY Cd ,24 W. Granite 8t Phoni Hancock ......... Hedley Gold ..... ... 1» ... W do preferred . • ■ 86% ..2*» Kew'eenaw ....... (T#e Heilbronner Company Boston, Aug .2.--.Mining« tations today were: Ï Adventure ............. * Ahmeek .................^ Algomah ................ Allouez .......... || Arizona Commercial ....." Ballaklava ....... . Calumet A Arizona ...... Calumet & Hecla .........'T. Centennial .............. .. Copper Hange ............*!, Daly West ............ 1 F7ast Butte ............... l i FYanklin ................ „ Mass Con .......... Mayflower ........ Micltigan .......... Mohawk .......... Mason Valley ...... New Arcadian ...... North Butte ....... Old Dominion ...... Osceola ........... OJibway ........... Pond Creek ........ Quincy ............ Shannon ........... Santa Fe ...... St. Mary's Superior & Boston Superior Copper---- South Lake ........ South Utah ....... Trinity .......... Utah Apex ......... Utah Metals ....... Utah Con .......... Victoria ........... Wolverine .......... Wyandotte ......... Winona MONEY KIABKÏÏ' New York, Aug. 4%tft& per cent .„u 471: Sterling 60-day ' 60-day bills on b« nk * dem * n A 60-day bills. 8*• cables. 476 7-16- c »b«* * Francs— Guilders— Dein»", 11 - 4 cltM . 7« Lire»—Demand. .«I- ^ Ruble»—Demand Bar »liver, 8»%. Mexican „ Government bonda bonds, easy. ^ daY*, Time loans. 8t * a ^ J 4 w $ cent: »0 days, unk. 1 Call money. f^M bid. ruling rate. $■ rl« 1 ™ *; last loan $.