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A ME CHANIC AL
About Thirty Manufactu:
ers in United States Are
Anxious to Do' Business
With Soviet Russia.
N\.w York, April S.-The first of
rlipial repreentative of the Russian
V:ri governiment who has estab
li:shed oice il New York and is pre
pmred to spend $2(.00 0,000,100 for
;ulpplies in America is L. C. A. Mar
I called on him in his well ap
potiinted office at Room 1812 Broad-:
I found a ti!l, blonde, blue-eyed
ltiis-ian, with his thin fair hair worn
h:uort, and a small well-kept mus
1iache. 'Ie has no bushy whiskers,
lie wears a clean colllar, a modest but
well-cut business suit and a blue and
while striped tie. His manner is
a ssul red.
11e told about the credit of $200.
II00.000 in gold that is to be placed
iwith l);inks here and ill Europe to play
for ithe piurchases which soviet Rus
v.ia desires to make, just as Charles
S. S;ibin or James S. Stillman might
"I have already received offers,"
h! told nlme, "from Fomei 25 or 30
:anufacturing plants in the United
IteIt ; whlich are anxious to (do lisi
ne.'.s with Russia. There are 150,
u .1.I00) people in soviet Russia ill
10:(,d of all kinds of manufactured
"\e want railroad supplies, ag
i.;:l ir il implemlents and machin
r, 'actory machinery, electrical
:1 iplie. plrintinlg miachilnery, tsx
-i d o. shoes, clothing, fats, canned
i ., rubbllier goods, typewri ters and
ofili (,i sliupplies, a utomobiles, trucks,
ch,'illiicals, metdical supplies alind ma ny
iiother things. Russia is prepared to
:ill flax, hemp, hides, bristles, furs,
lumbllier, grain, platinum, mletals, min
I;al; and othier raw materialls."
'.I;irt-ens is a lmechlanical engineer.
1!e i:I 44 years old, was born in Bacih
:olit, in the province of Yekaterin
'!t southern I;Russia. -e was ed
ic:-it d at lKursk, and gradua ad as
a - ir'e.hianicalt engine(er from1 the
t1cnllologiieal university at Petro
o 15,000 Memb
OF ORGANIZED LABOR IN
BUTTE AND VICINITY
ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS EITHER TO BUY OR SELL. MAKE A
THOROUGH SEARCH FROM CELLAR TO GARRET AND SEE IF YOU
HAVEN'T MANY ARTICLES OF VALUE IN YOUR HOME THAT ARE
OF NO PARTICULAR USE TO YOU, BUT COULD BE SOLD TO SOME
ONE THAT IS LOOKING FOR JUST THAT VERY ARTICLE, THAT
VERY ARTICLE THAT YOU DON' T WANT.
Read the following list. It might be the means of suggesting
some article that you want and haven't got, or have and don't
want. Learn to reduce the high cost of living by using the want
columns of your paper.
Fireless Cooker Bureau Electric Heaters Vacuum Cleaners
Chairs Dresser Electric Toasters Poultry
Lounge Buffet Electric Irons Go-Carts
Couch Books Percolators Baby Buggies
Chiffonier Encyclopedias Clothes Wringers Automobiles
Sideboard Pianos Gas Stoves Carpet Sweepers
Piano Stools Gas Plates Clocks
Library Table Rugs, Carpets Kodak Lenses
Beds Piano Players
Cash Registers Lawn Mowers
Mattresses Guitars Saws
Easy Chairs Violins Axes
Rocking Chairs Clothes Racks
Phonographs WashingMachine Velocipedes
Carving Sets Carpenters' Tools
Fountain Pens Kodak Wagons
- Typewriters China Closets
Field Glasses Trunks Bath Tubs Safes
Suit Cases Sinks Kitchen Cabinets
Sewing Machines Dining Tables Oil Stoves
Rolltop Desks Pictures Stoves, Ranges Dishes
LITTLE PATRICIA WALLACE
This is baby Patricia Wallace, Only
grandchild of Hugh Wallace, anihas
sador to France. She has never seen
her father, Capt. Melville WV. Wallace.,
who is with the A. E. F., and so strict
is the war deplarntment about relatives
of its fighters visiting France that
Mrs. Wallace the younger cannot ac
company her parents to their post.
Mrs. Watllace, the mnother of l'atricia.
who was Miss ItRuth Patterson, is
shown with the baby.
grad. For the past few years he has
been in the United States as the rep
resentative of the Demidoff Iron and
Steel Works. the largest steel works
in Russia. They employ 28,000 men.
The plants were nationalized a year
ago by the soviet government.-
Frederick Al. Kerry.
"''Iarry," said the teacher, sternly.
"'as a l~anishmnent for neglecting your
lessons today you must stay after
school and write the word 'fail' one
"How can 1, teacher?" asked I-ar
ry. "You told us yesterday there was
no such word!"--Ex.
CITY IAND COUNTY RECOilOS
Hlunt-To Ir, and MIrs .1. I.
lunt, 1119 , \Vest Broadway, a girl.
ol April 5.
McAul&cy-To Mir. a.(d SIr: ,l )hlni
IclAuley, 110 tDell, a d:a .htert. on
MAHRtI.X(;E IA( 'ENst:I.
t. \V. Scott. 30. and .IaliI: l ai os,
17, both of Whitehall.
William Harrison. 21, and Agnes
Sellers, 18, both of Blutti .
Harold Pinkerton, 25. and Ella
Gertrude D)auiels. 26. bot h of Iutte.
,ianes J. O'Connor. 37, and lil
dred SalVoerson, 33. bhath of Hutite.
Jacob -1. haker, 34. and ('Coa liald
win, :S, both of iltt to.
IN DI)ITli"t'T (')lO 'l'l'.
New Suils Iiled--('hin .lack, et al
vs. Federi a Laliberto, debt.
John Schapp et ux to Edith Mar
viii, heir-Lot 3, block 10, Wilson
Park addition: $ 1.
Daly Addition comlpanlly to Ilorbhert
E. Rolfe et iux -Lot 12 anId :outitl
half lot 11, block 4,. Daly addi
ion; :i 1.
Noah \\'illiams ci ux S. S. PI'etrov
southeast quarter, southwest section.
township 7 south. range 5 west, 40
Timothy and Catharine Harring
ton to Dennis :tealy---Lot 7, blockl
10..*'olunteer addition; $1.
Joseph R. Silver et ux to Francis
A.- Silver-- Lot 9, block 1, Vander
built addition and lot 19, block 5.
Stanley addition; $1.
D)aly Addition coinlainly to Itheub n,
Mct(lenlent ct ux- -Lot 15 !and 1,
block 48, Daly addition; $1.
'. .1. Kelly et ux to Emil F. N, the
ci us- -Lot 3, block 1, Ow:ley ad
dition ; $1.
lMiners Savings Bank & TrustI Co..
Samuiel \Villianis--L- ot 14, block 2.
Noyes & Upton addition; $1.
,ell., i'. it c rtauinly doetS .: . tl
li , old times to hear the new r tpub
lican speaker ta:llk aboutl the necessity
of a "lroltective tariff mI:easurtl to pIlre
\lnt in inullndation of I'orcignl goodt
rotlduced by cheaper labor." Iln abhoutt
20 minutes or half an hour at the
outside we illny texpect thal th,'
"pauIn r labor of Europe" will l'r'
dul!ce mlore goods than they can pos
,ibly consume. Thcy will rend then,
over here to beat dowl prices and
won't ;that loe -omethiig licc".:
New York ('all.
'Use Bulletin want ads. They gel
th.. want columns of the Bulleltin.
. BUSINESS MEN
V OUR firm in m e inl this list will be een aiind discussed by every 1me1m
S " . hber of the fIamil. If yvotuslo the patrotnage of the w orkers, make
sure of first getting their good-will by advertising in their paper-the
only paper ii Butte that is published,iin the interests of your customers.
NOT THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
BUT THE LARGEST PROVEN RESULTS
Wage-Earners' Shopping Guide
AUTO REPAIR CLOTHING AND TAI- IABERDASHER RESTAURANTS
SlOPS LORING FOR MEN -------- Leland Cafe,
Dollar Shirt Shop, 72 East Park street.
lRialto 'r'heiter Bldg. Spokane Cafe.
Lacey Auto Repair and Service 1ig SouTailorth Main St.
Shop, Big 4 Tailor, Moxom Cafe,
17 West Park Street. 29 W. Broadway.
1126 Utah. HATS FOR MEN Crystal Cafe,
Grand Avenue Repair Shop, 11n & Darnell, 69 East Park Street.
Corner HAarrison and 207 East Park. Niclierson, The Hatter, Golden West Cafe,
112 W. Park street. 227 S. Main.
Grand. Sirl 'lotls Shop. Ilandlcy's Cafe,
11 North Main. 326 N. Wyoming.
Auto Repair Machine ShopH Shaimrock ('aift,
1l. G. SMIllT, , et S. Wyonming HARDWARE ,. zo
sot Side nt, Garag, CHIROPRACTIC Sewell's llardware,. S' t Ca Park.
21) o. l ha, . 221 East Park street.
_1, n- Shiners, Furniture,
75 East Park Street.
Flora W. Emery SHOES
ASSAYERS Room 9, Silver Bow Block:
_ _ _JEWELERS Ch1icago Shoe Store,
JEWELERS . . xain street.
Walkover Shoe Co.
Lewis & Walker, Assayers, + I Montana JewIlreI1., , 46 W. Park Street.
108 N. Wyoming street. Opticia(ns, Etc., h1 Li t Lh O1ploc Sn ,Eln:
73 East Park street. Glttr liig. Ii E. Itre .
People's Loan Office,
('lassie Chili Parlor, 281 East, Park street.
AUTOS BOUGHT 210 North Main. Brodie, tile eweler,
40 East Park street. SECOND-HA.ND FUR
AND SOLD Powoll Jewelry Co.,
112 N. Main St. NITURE
DAIRIES I. Simon,
21 North MaiL. Charles Noland,
105 West Galena St.
E. H. Rupert,
228 S. Arizona St. Best Yet Butter Shop, LAGER BEER
322 s. Main st. EXTRACT SPECIALISTS
BANKS Blue Bird Butter Shop, -. Dr. .. H. Haviland,
2091/2 W. Park St.. Lagier I r Extract Dr. W. H. avilnd,
A. GRA F, 726 S. MONT. 71 West Park St.
Yegen Bros., Bankers. 459 E. Park streer.
Park and Dakota streets. LADIES' TAILOR SIIOE REPAIRING
McManus Shoe Shop,
BATHS. DRUGGISTS J ,urst, .a an 5 S. Wvyoming.
aker. l'rogr-ssive Shoe Shop,
E. Znhl, 1721 Harrison Ave.
Steam Baths, Jacques Drug Co., 504 W. Park
504 E. Broadway. 1957 Harrison avenue.
BUTCHERS DENTISTS GARMENTS JEWELR Y, ETC.
Scltmacher Meat Co., Popular Ladies' Garmeont Store, Uncle Sam's Loan Office,
18 E. Park St. 63 East Park Street. 11 S Wyoling.
Union D)ontists, The International Store, 11 S. \Vyoming.
Western Meat Co., 'Third Floor Rialto Bldg. The ntetllntionl Store,
121 E. Park St. 210 E. Park.
Independent Market, TAILORS
203 South Main. . FURNIITU'RE MEN'S OUTI' TTERS TALORS
Fashion Tailoring to.,
Enporium Clothes Slihop. 47 W. Park St.
34 E. Park. Bernard .acoby, Tailor,
BAKERIES Shiner's, Furniture, Fashion Tailoring, 19 d S. Dakota street.
75 E. Para street. 47 W. Park.
Manhattan Bakery, B. Kopald Co., Furnlture, Palace Clothing & Shoe Store, 425 N. Main street.
206b W. Park. 58 West Broadway. 63-55 E. Park St.
hiakery, ______________Montana Clothing and Jewelry E. Zuhl, Tailor.
Dahl's Bakery, Company 504 W. Park street.
107 N. Montana Street. -103 S. Arizona. Dundee Woolen Mills,
Royal Bakery, GROCERIES O. K. Store, 62 West Park Street.
20 South Main. 24 E. Park St. Butte Tailoring Co.
ome aing Co., Bouchers, 116 S. Main St.
HomOlyma Sti . Anger Grocery, 27 W. Park St. . Ocrel,
Harrison and Harvard. W..OSrtel,
431_, S. Arizona St.
J. R. Eeky . 31EAT 31AlR KETS Big 4,
2701 Elm St. 17 W. Park St.
BARBER SHOPS Alen., Grocery, Etls Macie,
1204 E. Second street. 50, East Park.
Con LownliY, Kermode, Groceries, PHOTOGRI APH Y TEAS, COFFEES,
309 N. Main. 421 East Park street.
sie arber ohop and Pool Poynter's Cash Store.. Thomson's Park Studio, SPICES
210 North Main , 1854 Harrison 217 East Park Street. -- -
210 orth Main St. Grand Union Tea Co.,
Park iarber Shop, S. F. T. A. Cash Grocery, POOL HALLS 28 W. Broadway.
86 E. Park. 627 East Galena Street.
T. J. McCarthy, Gttld ate Pool ilUNDERT ER
64 E. Broadway. '27'2 east Purk. UNDERTAKERS
BATTERIES McCarthy-Bryant & Co., OPTICIANS Larry Duggan, Undertaker,
RECHARGE D 317-319 East Park Street. oT CN 322 North Main street.
Montana Jewelry Co., Daniels & Bilboa, Undertaker.,
Bishop Bros., Opticians. Etc.,' 115 East Park street.
Montana Battery Station, 1S0 Walnut St. 73 East Park St.
224 S. Arizona. \Vhil House Orocery, Powell .Tows!ry Co..
Butte lBattery Co., 508 West Park.
_11_ S. Montana _t. - OUTFITTERS J. L. Mathlesen, Vulcanning,
4o East Galens
KGENTS' FURNISH- Francis J. Early, tte lani orks
CLOTHES CLEANING INGS . 1-71 a 1 n. k 1942 Hanrrison Ave.
AND PRESSING _ POOL ROOMS WELDING
Bernard Jacoby, Murphy Money Back Store, Lambro's Pool Hall, Vulcan Welding Works,
19 , S. Dakota Street. 65 E. Park St. 42 E. Park St. 116-118 S. Wyoming