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Pining Hoorn Merchants' Lunch, 12 to 2 Roast Turkey Every Day The best of everything in season, cooked and served in a manner unsurpassed anywhere. Courtesy and Considera tion for All, Is Our Motto. Prices as Reasonable as Elsewhere. J. M. Hitchings, Prop. : We'll Feed ! You Well : Merchants Lunch : • 12 to 2 \ : 45c • Regular Dinner • • to 8 : 75c • Fi*h, ohollfiah and othor spo- * o eialtiaa aorved in perfect etyle * : Open TUI 1 A. M. ; : PALACE HOTEL i eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee WESTERN MONTANA NATIONAL BANK Miaaeula, Montana. UNITED STATE DEPOSITARY CAPITAL.__ SURPLUS FUND O. A. WOLF _IMO.OOO _ 10,000 ..Prooldont JOHN C. LKHHOU_Vloo President J. H. T. RYMAN_Cu»l«f Directorai O. A. Wolf. M. A. Flak. John a Lebaou, Gaspard Derchampe. J H. T. Hyman. A SENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED on Qvdii ORTON BROS. 118 East Cedar Street We Maks and Sell Only Nt'l Cash Registers and Credit Files Lowest price*. Smnll monthly payments. No Interest charges. Written guarantee. Oldregistors repaired, rebuilt, bought, sold and exchanged. Thoms* Whalen Agent the National Caeh Register Ço.,1201 IS. Broadway, Butte, Mont. phone It. Hoyt-Dickinson Piano Co. VICTOR Victrolas AND Records Sheet Music Send your mall orders for Drugs ami Kodak Supplies Smith's Drug Store Developing und Printing MY BANK To speak of "My Hank ' In dicates a certain financial re sponsibility. The prestige of a good, healthy growing hank account gives added import ance to the Individual. Make this bank "TOFU LANK." Our solid financial strength makes this bank worthy of your consideration. American Bank and Trust Co. OF MISSOULA. . ** Suceossors to tho vian-Amsrican Bank paid on saving. I DANGER PACKING ! STRIKE AVERTED Secretary War to Appoint | Arbitrator to Settle the j| Points in Dispute. I THOUSANDS AFFECTE ï) f Question of Government = Control of Plants in no § Way Is Involved. § Washington, .Ian. 27. Seulement of the industrial dispute threatening a strike in tin- eonntry s ten largest pack ing house cent er.« was effected today in an agreement providing that there shall lie no discrimination against union members and that ipieslions of hours shall be referred to an arbi- | trnlor apimlnted by the secretary of i labor. The awards of the arbitrator, not yet J appointed, toll lie effective as of .lau- I uary 14. I nder I lie agreement grievanee com mittees appointed by the workers will i be received by the employers, whether' their membership consists of union or | non-union men. It affects many thousand workers in Chicago, Cast St. Louis, Kansas f'ily, Oklahoma City, Fort Worth, Si. Joseph, Omaha, Den ver, St. Fail] and Sioux City. Control Docs Not Enter. Suggestions of the union men that the government should take over the packing plants for the war, are not affected in averting a strike. Presi dent Wilson lino the suggestions before him, but in receiving it be said other mil hods of dealing with the .situation would he considered first. It was agreed llml there should be no discriminai ion against union members, either in employment or In distribution of work, this clause taking the place of the union men's demands for preferen tial employment of union men. Sen iority will be observed in promotions. Resume of Trouble. Differences between the puckers and their union employes reached a crisis Just before Clirlslmus. after a strike vote bad been taken which Was said lo have resulted in MS per cent in favor of u cessation of work if necessary lo force betterment of wages and working conditions. The mediation committee brought the two sides together In an agreement for arbitral ion. Later il was charged by the workers that the packers failed lo abide by the agree ment and the men I hen brought the matter to (he White House with the suggestion Hun tlie plants lie comtnun deered by the government. The presi dent again asked Ills mediation cotn iiiitlee lo straighten out the langle and after many days of conversations with both sides, the agreement today re sulted. RUSSIAN BANKS MAY DISOWN WAR DEBTS Workmen's Delegate Con gress Passes Declarations. Petrograd, Jan. 28.—Hy the Asso ciated Press.—The ull-Russian con gress of workmen's dégelâtes today adopted a resolution of confidence In the government of the national com missaries, and approved all the nieas iires enacted hy it. The congress also approved declarations of the central executive committee, which the dis solved constituent assembly hail re jected, as follows: 1— -Making valid the transfer of land. 2— Establishment of a soldiers' and workmen's republic, and ultimately the federation nt soldiers' and workmen's republies. :t—The nationalization of hanks and the repudiation of national debts. M. Zalklnd. assistant to Foreign Min ister Trotzky, in explanation of the last measure said lo the Associated Press: "This measure has been passed In principle and it has become a law, but Its enforcement is in the hands of the national commissaries. If they find it expedient, necessary or desirable, they have the right to refuse t-> pav the debts." v Elect Naval Commanders by Universal Suffrage Petrograd, Jan. 27. Provision for the elect ion hy universal suffrage of tho entire commanding personnel of tin Russian navy is contained in the decree issued by the council Of Sol diers' and Workmen's deputies last Friday, "for the democratization of the navy." I All sailors are to hear titles corre sponding with their posts, such as commander engineer and commander gunner. All may belong to a pro fi sslonal association, a political party or a religious society and may openly profess their views. All appoint ments are to be confirmed by a central naval committee Committees of the commending personnel are to have the right to demand the removal of elected commanders, but the latter may ap peal In the rentrai committee. WHEN IN fcEED Of out flowers fur departed friends or ether occasions, phone 769, or take Daly or Fort cars. I have great quan tities of narcissus and other flowers in bloom. My flowers ure fresh and my prices reasonable. —Adv. ANDRRSON GREENHOUSE. I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by my wife, Mrs. W. H. Edgar. W. H. EDGAR. —Adv. VIOLIN INSTRUCTIONS. CI9 S. SisOFW. or «ritToML-Adv. ! ^iiiiiimiiimimiiiimiiimmimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimtmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiius —— - Conservation of the Country's | resourses includes the care of 1 your stock and poultry. | j| I f = § § Cold weather Is trying on animals and fowls. Vitality Is apt to he lowered at. tills season, so it will pay lo provide them with the roods and remedies which may he required for promoting better health. Proper care now will Insure better conditions for months to corne. This means better profits as well as a furtherance of your country's cause. We handle all of Hie well-known and advertised brand", as follows: Conkey's Celebrated Stock and Poultry Remedies, § International, well-known Stock and Poultry foods; = Robert's complete line of Veterinary Remedies; Flem- § ing's Remedies—all kinds; Lesure's Veterinary Reme- § dies—one of the most successful lines made; Kow | Kure and Bag Balm for cows. 5 ! Veterinary Hooks FREE to Stockmen. Missoula Drug Company Wholesale and Retail Missoula, Mont. Poultry Hooka to Poultry Kaisers FREE Tiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirc KAISER IS ATHEIST, SAYS SENATOR KINC ---- I Utah Man Denounces Ruler of Teutons. Washington, I». "A sacrilegious barbarian" Is the description Senator william It. King of t'tah gives to the kaiser. Senator King in an interview takes up the utti ranees of the kaiser since he v ent on the throne. In one of whieh ho wills himself the "instrument of the Almighty." "The latest utterances of the (ierm.-in emperor," says Senator King, "to the ''fleet that the year 1MI7 has proved that the Lord of Freatlon Is an un conditional and avowed ally of the Herman people. Is in lino with the many sacrilegious utterances Ihn! have characterized him since he ascended the throne." Senator King voices llto utmost ab horrence of lids "cruel, fiendish, and barbarous ruler," and declares lie is not a Christian bill atheistic. NEW SHIP LAUNCHED IN SPITE OF THREAT Public Invitation Withdrawn But Boat Takes Water. A Pacific Pori, Jan. 27.—Threats re ported (o Chief of Police J. J. Johnspu that an SKO-lon steel steamship scheduled for launching hero today would never be allowed to take tin water, caused the cancellation at the last moment of a g< m i s I public invi tation to witness the function. All persons who came near the ways were turned hack except those holding spe cial cards of admittance, and heavy cordons of police guarded adjacent decks and vantage points. Chief Johnson declined lo make public the details of the threats reported to him. The launching was completely suc cessful. American Naval Officers to Instruct Brazilians Washington. Jan. 27.—Captain Carl T. VouvlK»'N<*ml has been assigned by Secretary Daniels to head a commis sion of American naval officers who will po to Hra/.il as instructors in the Hmzili.m school for naval cadets. The other members of the commission have not bien «elected. In sending the mission the United States is currying out a recent promise to HrasH to assist in that country's war preparations. ADVERTISED LETTERS. Li tters remaining uncalled for at the Missoula. Montana, poatofflcc ten the week ending Janu.iri 2 r.Hv •Mis. It. It. Anderson. Mrs. Horton. Frank X. Hersejiu. Mrs. M. Ilertram. Mrs. K. It. Christ>, Mrs. Hill Cyr. Joseph Doubek. Harry Delaney, Miss -Myrtle Denson, leff Davis, Mrs. I. \. Dens-on. T. E. Emerson. Gustave !.. Fischer, Miss Laura French, Robert Fox. F. : 1 Farrell. Mrs. Alice Good. W. J. Hamilton. W. It. Hall. Jones & Kindi rkneeht, J. Jameson. Fred Jackson, James Jones. F. H. Knowlton, Mrs. Rose Kelly. Harold E. Langston. Gust Minos, W. D. Matthews |7), G T. Mongold. Mrs. Earl Potiengor, Mrs. Pollard. K Quitti nbaum. Miss Sadie cjueener. Miss Agnes Russell, M. C. Ross, Mrs. ?.. 1. Rllutli, Mrs. Ma) Rodgers, Than Root. Priscilla Stow ell. It. It. Stratton, Daniel Sutherland, John Simmons, Fred Scliell. F. S. Thompson. Mrs. Dawn Williams. Willi.nil Weav er, Geo. It. Walters, Jr., Mrs. Fflie Walker. Parcels—-Miss Mary Frances Lucas, Mrs. Ouvert Peterson. J. W. LISTER. Postmaster. Missoula Humane Society Officers It you hare a case which colli for their attention notify on« of tho following: Andrew Logan, president, phono 70 W; StO East Main. Mra. H. C. Myers, vice president: phono 182 red; 888 Woodford street Mrs. J. S. B. Clement«, second vleo president; phono 8431 block: Or chard Homes. vÇ Briet Bits of I Missoula News ) -------' Male, female tielp furnished. Ph. 175. -Adv. Dr. Anna James, osteopath, 204 W. - Adv. % money to loan. IT. D. Fisher.— Dr. Willard, osteopath. First Na tional llank.—Adv. Dr. Louise Smith, osteopath, 818.— Adv. F. G. Moore, Chiropractor. Phone 1084.—Adv. It. Gwlnn, M. D., eye, ear, nose, and throat specialist. Glasses ground at the office, First Nations! Hank Hldg.—Adv. Marsh, the undertaker, 211 W. Cedar. Phone 221. Adv. Lenses grounds at this office. Dr. Sehwelker, optical specialist, Mont. Blit.—Adv. Dr. Relstand, the optical specialist, who grinds nil glasses here, will be at the palace hotel January 16 to 31.— Adv. I)r. Harrison, practice limited to eye, ear, nose and throat and the fitting of glasses. Office, lllgglns block.—Adv. Mrs. Frank Jones was called lo Butte Sunday, to attend the funeral of her step-father, Luke O'Neill. Bear Creek, Owl Creek, Acme coal. Phone 400. l'erry-Eck Fuel and Mor tar Co.—Adv. State Prison Jute Bags Will Sell at 20 Cents San Quinten, Cal., Jan. 27.—The price of juto hags made at the state prison here, will be 2a cents this year, it was announced today by Warden Johnston, following ii meeting la-re yesterday of the state prison commission. The price of oilier jute bags than those manufactured at the prison was said b\ the warden to he 2 Da cents. GRASS VALLEY DANCE. Grass Valley school district No. 3. will give a dance In the schoolhouse on Saturday night. February 2, for the Red Gross. Tickets, $1.00.-—Adv. SOCIAL DANCE. Union hall, every Vi ednesday and Friday night. Missoula Club orches tra. Dance, 'ft cents—Adv. Try Musterole. See How Quickl y It Re lieves You just rub Musterole in briskly, and usually the pain is gone—a delicious scathing comfort comes to Jake its place Musterole is a clean, white ointment, made with oil of mustard. Use it instead of mustard plaster. Will not blister. Many doctors and nurses use Muster ole and recommend it to their patients. They will gladly tell you what relief it gives from sore throat, bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of die chest (it often prevents pneumonia). Always dependable. :*0 and 80c jam; hospital size $2.50. FISH! Of All Kinds Wholesale and Retail POULTRY AND FRESH EGGS Open for Business MONDAY JANUARY 28 WSS0UIARS8 C0MT ANY *17 West Cedar, Opp. Court Home «4om ISIS BAKER PREPARED FOR BIG PROBE Secretary of War Goes Be fore Senate Investigation Body Today. WILL SHOW HIS HAND Ready to Tell Much Regard Preparations That Never Was Disclosed. mg i Washington, Jan. 27.— Overshadow ing every other activity at the capitol tomorrow will be ihe appearance of Secretary Baker before the senate mil itai'.'. committee, to answer Senator Chamberlain's charges of inefficiency and outline the war depart merit's ac ■ >i.i llshments at home and abroad. Trie secretary Is prepared to reveal much that hitherto has not tuen em phasized nt "vi-ii made public and is re I resented as confident of reassuring Ihe eounliA r-gar-ling the nation's part in Ute war. as well as of demonstrat ing the absence of necessity for the seitab- committee's proposed legisla-j tion for reorganization of the war making machinery. Will Have Mass of Data. Though without a prepared state ment, Mr. Raker will go before the committee and with a mass of data hearing upon every important activity of his department. Cross-examina tion hy the committee, members is planned and his testimony probably will Continue all day and possibly part -g Tuesday. Later in the week l.e may make a similar statement before tie house military committee and com ment further on army questions before that committee lit connection with the $7,700,000,00(1 army appropriation es timates. . In both senate and house this week, possibly beginning tomorrow, extended debate on war efficiency is planned. Administration leaders of l-otli parti s are preparing addresses championing the government's record and replying to Its erltiels. t Push Rail Legislation. IMui h progress, however^ is expected on the administration railroad legisla tion. Final arguments of railroad and other counsel will be made tomorrow before the house interstate commerce committee. The senate military committee's army Investigation alHO will proceed, after Secretary Baker's examination Is concluded, wilh inquiry into the aviation service and other army branches. Tuesday the committee ex p-els to reconsider the Chamberlain war cabinet bill, probably reporting il lu the senate, with a minority dissent proposing reference to the naval com mittee. The senate commerce committee will proceed with its shipbuilding investi gation, giving special attention to the record of Theodore Ferris, former chief architect of the emergency fleet cor poration. The a-1 ml nisi rat ion soldiers and sail er- civil rights or "civil relief" bill is* to la considered tomorrow hy the sén at-' judiciary committee, which plans an early report to Ute senate. More than a score of minor army and navy bills -ire aw ilting consideration. it » DAD FETCHIT SAYS: I HEERD a good • • * ONE ON C. F. PRIDE • • • WHO HEZ a hull lot • • • TO DU with th - • • • MANIDGMUNT uv th' • • • RAVALLI MILLS. • • • HE AN' Misju* Pud* • • • WUZ TAKIN' a sea • • • TRIP WILE on a • • • JAUNT t' th' kosst • • • AN' MISSUS PRIDE sez • • • TU TH' ship ksptin • » • MY HUSBAND iz verry • • • SUBJICT TU sea sikniss • • • KIN YU tell him • • • WHUT TU du in kase • • • UV AN attack. • • • TAINT nississary, • • • SEZ TH' ksptin, • • • HE'LL DO it anyway. • • • D'ysr git m«î " ' M. MONTANA BLOCK -DIRECTORY The Only Fireproof, Modem Office Building in Western Montana. Abstracters MISSOULA COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY Room 214 Phon« 216 Attorneys ALBERT BESANCON Rooms 400-403 Phone 839 Red S. J. BISCHOFF Rooms 509-510 Phone 338 WALTER M. BICKFORD Rooms 512-13-14-15 Phone 173 PHILIP S. BROWN Room 607 Phone 42 R. C. W. FRIDAY Rooms 602-604 RONALD HIGGINS Room 407 Phono 154 HOBLITT & SMITH Room* 406-8 Phono 1017 E. G. SMITH Room 406 Phono 1017 A. B. HOBLITT Room 408 Phono 1017 C. A. RUSSELL Room* 503-505 Phono 614 MADEEN & CAMERON Rooms 409-410 Phone 273 MURPHY & WHITLOCK Rooms 512-13-14-15 Phono 173 JOHN E. PATTERSON looms 308-310 Phone 809 PATTERSON, HEYFRON & SIMES Rooms 309-310 Phono 809 LEWIS M. SIMES A. J. VIOLETTE Room 609 Phone 42 WILLIAM WAYNE Room 511 Phono 306 F. C. WEBSTER Room 405 , Phone 519 Banks WESTERN MONTANA NATIONAL BANK Ground Floor Phono 39 Civil Engineer C. E. WOODWORTH Room 312 Dentists C. H. McCOMB Room* 213-215 Phon« 622 DR. R. H. NELSON Room* 210-211 Phon« 1009 CHAS. L. SMITH Room* 303-305 Phon« 692 Black DR. W. B. WALKER Rooms 200-201-203 Phon« 151 J Opticians N. H. SCHWEIKER Rooms 205-207 Phon« 185 J Music Studio ELSE E. SWARTZ Room* 606-608 Dressmaking MISS MALEY Rooms 504-506-508 Forest Service BITTER ROOT NATIONAL FOREST Rooms 413-414-415 Phon« 448 LOLO NATIONAL FOREST Rooms 601-602-604 Phon« 944 MISSOULA NATIONAL FOREST Rooms 500-501-602 Fuel ROUNDUP COAL COMPANY Room 212 Phon« 823 Miscellaneous U. S. OFFICE OF PUBLIC ROADS AND RURAL ENGNEERING Rooms 813-815 Phone 640 QUADRANGLE OIL CO. Room 411 SOUTHERN MONTANA OIL CO. Room 105, Ground Floor Phon« 763 SUPERIOR LAND CO. Room 607 Phon« 42 CRYSTAL BARBER 8HOP Basement Phone 692 R«d C. L. COWELL Room 314 Phon« 1021 Physicians C. L. BOURDEAU Rooms 305-307 Phon« 982 H. B. FARNSWORTH Room* 202-204 Phon« 719 ' DR- e. H. FREEZE Rooms 207-209 .Phon« 617 G. F. TURMAN Room* 300-301-302-303 Phono 17,3 Public Accountant E. L. FREEMAN Room 312 Real Estate and Insurance BLACKFOOT LAND DEVELOP MENT COPMANY Ground Floor Phono 546 DAN H. ROSS Room« 206-208 Phono 393 M. R. C. SMITH Room 212 Phono 323 WESTERN MONTANA LAND CO. Room» 401-402 Phon« 157 Superintendent of Con struction JOHN M. BRECHBILL Room* 206-208 Water Power Section U. S. FOREST SERVICE Room* 506-8 Phon« 1610 AUTO DIRECTORY RlllVlr MISSOULA BUICK CO. 612 S. Higgins. F. F. BARNES, MGR. Phon« 158 HTTPMORII F McCullough Turner Co. xlUl iuUDlliri 620 South Higgins At«, WHITE TRUCKS Phono 1000 CLEVELAND TRACTOR Ford H. O. BELL & CO. 018 South Higgins Are. Phono 91 GRANT SIX Johnston Motor Car Co. Corner of Front and Stevens Sto. Oldsmobile LOUIE'S GARAGE 115 W. Pine St. Phone 256 High Grade Motor Cars and Motor Trucks. Missoula Motor Company L. H. BARTON, MANAGER. 139 West Cedar Phone 318 Velie 6 CENTER CITY AUTO CO. Ronan, Montana. Phone 121 Window and Plate Glass Windshield Glass Mirrors Largest stock and prompt service Simons Paint and Paper House VACANT HOUSES and EMPTY ROOMS Are a poor investment. Use Missoulian-Sentinel clas sified ids and fUI them up. Call 456 for rates.