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ARE RUN TO EARTH Secret Service Officials Break Up a Dangerous Band in San Francisco. TWO MEN CAPTURED AND PLANT SECURED Leader of the Gang Gets Away, How serC, and Is Now Being Sought by All the Police of the West-Criminals Are Betrayed by a Machinist, to Whom They Had Appealed to Make Them a Die-All Are Greeks. IY ASSOEIATfO PPI S San Francisco, April n.--t'nitedl States Secret Service Agent hlaren and his deplu ties have effected the capture of two mich wanted counterfeiters, seiring their entire plant, including dies, crucibles, metal and a q uantity of spurious $5 pie'ce and silverr dollars, in a house in 'twenty-third ave nue, South San Francisco. Confessions were secured from the two badly scared men. who were caught, and the secret service oimeL are on the trail of the third, who is known to he in hidiung in the city. All three of the counterfeitcrs are ;reeks. The men captured are George Rose, one 'of the proprietors of a barber shop, aged as years, and James 'Isoucas. a Southern Pacific railroad employe. aged aj. The man whom the ,"overnlllent offcials are still in pursuit of is Gus I'atri.s leader of the gaug. lie is known by several aliases and has a record as a counterlfeiter. The capture of the len was 11 p:1(l (. slile primarily through their having dic. umade at a machine shop, the proprietor of which became suspicious and communi cated with the officers. LABOR UNIONS MIX IN POSTOFFICE TROUBLE Charges Are Made That Officials Are Acting Improperly. to tlie all;tairs uf the po..toIIce dCepart neint scantdal. A specia:l coinm ittee of the centlral l:t,,or union of this city., huhi hla bN.n IsI cretly inyvetigatift: the matter, ha,.u hanor latil( charges of favioritilsl, ilie,.ln etency.' . stc . a.a 1 .1 ccrt:ih mail a us.' itlipu| t do palt inlt i., the dlivisiol. " he charges allege that the nmt ha<,s do lnot collformn to the spetcilica;lli o thlat -hl;11 bee, acceptedl Ib the chicf ul the dtht sign, Col. , moms. P. tiraham. ()ther chaires allege among) othetr tIhingsU that a worthy and neeudy white wouman i. discrimilnated agai.nst in favor of negro wollenl emllIloyes. BRITISH BATTLESHIP IS ORDERED TO MALTA Balkan Trouble Becomes So Serious that England Determines to Take No Chances in Matter. mY ASSOCIATED PRI5ll. London. April N. - It is stated the Ilritioh hattlehllip V'ictriouu has been ordered (rom Malta u to te G;reek coast owing to tile threat. ening aspect of the lBalkan crisis. PAPERMAKERS WILL STRIKE Compromise in the Fox River Valley Is Found Impossible. Appleton, \VWi.. April il-l-The Inlter national Brotherhood of Papermakers at Neenah has refused all offers of coinprl, miie in the struggle for fewer hours and a strike of 1.ou, i men will begin tinight in nine Fox River valley paper mills which manufacture print and fler papers. Spring Overcoats Now, when it's dangeros to Ine with out an overcoat andl often toi warll to) wear the winter olne. a lightweight coat fills the hill. Hennessy's have a new stock that retails at $1o.75 and $14.75. and are worth at the least half as much more. The qualities are gliod). styles excellent, and any ma;i wantinl a coat cannot afford to overlook these. There's notlling equal to them in the state. Beresford in Command. London, April iA. Vice Amlnuiral ('harlie lteresford took over the commanll of the channel squadron today at lPortinlmlth, To Keep Well every organ must be doing its duty-stomach, liver and kid neys must each be in thorough working order. If you are not as well as you ought to be take a small dose of Beecham's Pills Sold Everywhere. In boxes 10o. and Us. TEMPTATION UNION MADE TBMPTATION TBMPTATION IG A R S TBMPTATION TBMP1TTION .. IJ I TBMPT TION TBMP?~TION MONTANA DRUG CO.. DISTRIBUTORS TBMPTATION AMERICA IS GAINING IN POPULAR FAVOR Residents of Venezuela Turn to This Country as to Dear Friends. GERMANY STILL UNDER BAN OF THE PUBLIC Subjects of the Emperor Are Not Mo lIsted, But They Are Made to Feel that Their Country Is Not Well Liked for the Part She Took in the Recent Blockade - Capitalists from United States Are Wanted. BY Aki.,it IAIL L PitESS. New York, April iR. A widlerful change in popula r fcting i atil a remark alic growth of sentitelln(lt favorarh!r to Ih Uniteil Statre: are reportced Iby Miniselr Augtllitat . 'tuliih, recently returlned fit, e ('aracas wltithlr Ili went to cio.ls tlt with P'residlent ('astru c 'oncernini g t 1 'e V' li/i uelan niegotiatlicnls with the allies andl to get P'rresidenl t (castro' apiproval I thei, rei trencc to The Ilagre. Minister l'ulidee ays he found a eon ilerful change in Itplic seentimenlt. The (;ermans are tnee mnoleetred. but the rernltenetet of their share of the blockade is kreen. (in the other hand the tUnited States has gaitned wonderfully in public elrteen and etight to gaint in corlllnerce as well. T'he Ipeople of Venezuela are ,aniou, to lltcourage Americaln ucapitalists to conie there. 'lhey are deeply intererteid, also, in the fate of the canal treaty with C:tlon hia. and they hope the Patnaema canal will lie rontructed. 'As for the revolution in Veneiuel:h, everything is calm,." asserted Mr. I'tlide. "'T'here are ilnsurgents in the ilteoltitain. 70 miles front Caracas. and at Citudad Ilnlivar on the ()rincop, but at present they are not bIeing molested." ABOUT THE TREASURE STATE E. H. Talcott Hurt. Iil'it'1 . TO Till INTEt MtI'tNTAIN. Livingston, April i t.- I. II. I Taheat. hi:tker, is sulfering freon a slight injury received freom a fall frim a street ca. while in Mlinieapoisi recently. A. O. Newton a Bankrupt. SIPlI A. " 1111 I INTI.iN s'Oi%[AIN. L.ivine..tin, ApriI .M. Word has t 4 I receivedl here tl;.ht i. ). Ne. etol,. fernie rly .el this place, h:- beeni aIjudel d a Il :nk fistit Sues for Divorce. I 'l IAI , II I ' I ( ll I I:I i i N. (;Grat Falls. April a. I)es.i"rtion andi I1 ,11 .uppl, .it . ' r h c l:ri."s i aI -tlii r dii v.rkr . ii!. t ct c y II s 11 . I. .ian, ;I..in ~ t aII l it i It l tli liiit . Irllr. ii ii n. l it tllh \ 'a l,.ut "ill, itar ai .\llslnit l .t, i li,, v.1i I: nil . ! aI ) ,, , Nothing in It. S l'll I l .l i I 11 11 I Mi1 1t l N IAI N. fIr,:iit Ialls. \pilrl ix. W . F. S.ie ,, a cli.11table el'clllttI alt the last el.el tih n, has. ri'.illn d. It' .i ), tlhere is l i eno uhl.. in thie ploition. Dr. Grey May Not Live. .i1' l 1% I %i. iti li illt I It M III NI .I N. hliuo was tikeii sutddenly ill lhurri llday thi larris ranch, (in miles fr ii heret, is sinikin. rapidly and elay int live. 4 Monster Skeleton. SSi t, I i IIi l i7:: I ilkl t li)'N I'A.i N. IDillon,i April i.- Dlenvelr men have of fered a large sum fur the moniister skeletion dug up recently n the rattlenake rianch. in all probabllhty, the relic will Iw ext. b ited in the lmui.-tulmim of the countiry. Lindsay Gets Judgment. hPI.%is 1.1 ", l Till . INtII.r MOINI AIN. Billings, April 1H.--1)r. Clill I.iniilay sectiurel ji undnit for $11,, lagaiiinst the Northern Pacliifc railway in Jti.lee .M;ainnis ci urt last night, for services rendered last Oictoer at ithe Rapids wreck. Too Old to Work. iNI't IAI TO Til I'. clll MOu'NrAIN. Itillings. April i'l.---Frank Bell. an aged negro, who is ni longer able to suppurt 'hiniself, wlas yesterday taken to the tos liital where lie will lie cared for. ie was lknowii to everybody in tl.is. section. Richard Deacon Dead. SPFi IAll. T1'1 II I' IN1 ii IOI'n TAIr. Dillon. April IN.- Richard Deacon, a Slhilln pioneer, is diead at ::ian iego, Cal. lie was kiiwii all over Souttern Montana. Ihis remliains will bie brutuht here for burial. lie died rich. Injured by Engine. i'P':( I\I. "I0 'Till: INI'I.II MO(Ni'.sTAIN. Livingshton, April it.-Frank Murlphy, section hand. and a secoiilnd luau, who did inot give his inamiie, were injured here yes terday iy a switch engine in the yards. Hlcth it . will live. Stickney Still In It. SPECIAI'Ii TO TI': I Ni I:R MOUNTAI N. Great Falls, April IS.-Robert Stickney is to he tried again. Another charge, that of kidnaping one of the chorus girls birought here, has been tiled against him. lie will plead Monday. Named Forest Supervisor. iPi':iIAI. TO TiE INTI.R iMOL'NTi AIN, Red lodge, April i8.-Edward Russell of Butcher has beeni appointed supervisor of the Albsarokee forest reserve, a position rlceitly created. The Coat You Want Is a lightweight overcoat for present wear. lHlennessy's green ticket sale gives the op portunity to purchase new and stylish gar ieits at much less than their real vaslue. * See display in Hennessy's wiidowu. IF -YOU- NEED TEETi The New York Dentists Will Make You 'i-, ".'. ". *L . Remember, These Are Our Other Prices THEY NEVER CHANGE Bridge Work - - $5.00 Gold FPilling - - - $1.00 Gold Crown - - - $5.00 Silver Filling - - .50 Extracting (Painless) - - - - 50 Cents WHY PAY MORE? THE NEW YORK DENTISTS Over Symons' Dry Goods Store. 80 West Park Street CHURCHES Init:arian (ChurchI-Service in Good cl eplar's hall. 4J West Broadway; Lewis J. Duncan, pastor. Preaching at i a. I., sotbject, "The Bible--How It Was Made." Shortridge Memorial Christian Church Corner ot \Vashington and Mercury streets; pastor, A. L. Chapman. Preaching at i a. im. and 8 p. mn. The morning service will be a sermon to children. At the evening service the children of the choir will render a sacred concert. L.adies' Aid society with Mrs. Crossman, So6 South Wyoming street, at a:3o p. im. Thursday. Mountain View M. E. Church-Evening service at 8 p. in., Alfred H. Henry, pastor. Sermon by Rev. Thomas Estlick; Sunday school, a:to p. nm. Program for evening service: ()rgan overture, Hlandel. by E. ('. all; llymn a6o, tune "Worgan." ('avey; prayer; choir, "lie is Risen," Ash. ford. Lvening lesson; offertory; violin, "Intermezzo," Mascagni, Miss Dillon; choir. "The lord Is Risen Indeed," Lor enz ; sermon ; hymn, 2.48; organ. recital, "\'Vision," William S. (toldenburg; violin, " I'raumerci," Schumann, Miss Frankle D)illon; organ, "Pl'astorale," Reinecke, \Villiam S. (;oldcnburg; choir "Christ Be ilg Raised From the Dead;" postlude, "Allegro Moderato," Volckman, William S. (;oldenburg. Meaderville Methodist Episcopal Church --Rev. C. I). Crouch, pastor. Sunday school at a:3o p. in, Paul Adams, superin tendent. Easter exercises ,by the Sunday school at 7:3u p, m. \\alkerville Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. C. I). Crouch, pastor. Class meeting at io: s; illustrated sermon at II a. m,; Sunday-school at 2:30, Henry Rundle, su perintendent; Epworth L.eague devotional service at 6:30o and preaching at 7:3o, by Lee Hayes. Welsh Church--Services in Carpenters' UTnion hall, opposite courthouse; Rev. R. E. Willia.ms, pastor. Preaching at Ia a. in. and 7:30 p. iII.; Sunday-school at a i:s p. in.; Junior Aid. with John Griffith, East Front street; choir rehearsal, Wednesday at 7:3o o'clock: I.adies' Aid, Thursday afternoon, with \Mrs. J. Rule, 2a3 West Hoardiman street: song and prayer service Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Second Church of Christ (Scientist)- No. 22 West Quartz; first reader, Mrs. C. (;rimes. Services., i a. m., subject, "Probation After Death:" Sunday-school, ma III.; testimonial meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Reading room open daily, a to 4 p. m. (;race Methodist Episcopal Church Corner of Arizona and Second streets; James W. Tait, pastor. Preaching at is a m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday-school at 5:3o p. m.; League devotional meeting at 7 p. m.; prayer meeting, Wednesday even. ang at 8 o'clock. Norweglan and Danish M. E. Church C'orner of Copper and Alaska streets; N. S. Hansen, pastor. Morning service, it a. In.; evening service, 8 o'clock; Sunday. school, ia m.; Young people's Society at 8 p. m. First Church of Christ (Scientist) No. 85o West Broadway, corner Excelsior avenue; first reader, Miss Nellie Elmberg. Subject. "Probation After Death;" serv. ices, to.45 a. ai. and 6 p. m.; Sunday school, Is:s : V. m.; Wednesday evening mleeting at 8 o clock. Reading rooms open daily, except Sunday, from ii a. m. to s p. in. Norwegian Independent Church-Cop per and Alaska streets; P. Ledersen, pas t,r. Services at il a. m. and 8 p. m. Mrs. Squiers will speak on "Hinduism" at the Theosophical headquarters, 411 t(oldberg block, at 8 p. m. The public is invited. Shortridge Memorial Christian Church Children's Sacred concert. Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Organ voluntary, Miss Laura Ice; Doxology; Invocation; prayer sog, children: "Dear to the Heart of the Shel, held," children: Scripture: "There Is Not a I:riend Like the Lowly Jesus," children; alto, "Lovely River," May Ferguson; an nLuncements ; "What Are You Doing For Jesus," children; Offertory; "Be a Bless ian." children; sernmonette, "The Home and the Sunday-school ;" duet, "I Surren dcr All," May Ferguson and Joseph Davis; "Sweet are the Promises," children; bene diction. B. H. Powell, director; Miss I.aura Ice, organist. .I irst Baptist Church-Corner of Broad. .,,y and Montana street; Rev. J. E. Noft inger, pastor. Worship, i a. ill. and 8 p. mn.: morniing subjcct, "A Man and What ieh Sees;" evening subject, "Turning to (oic's Own Way;" Sunday-school at Ia:so p. m.; Young People's meeting at p.m., subiject, "The Sacred Sabbath," leader lhii. Helena Robinson; Junior meeting lhiolday afternoon at 4 o'clock; mid-week worship Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. 'lihe, o3dinance of baptism will be admin istered at the close of Sunday-school and au,,, at evening. Choir will render ape cial music at each worship; Mrs. G. O. McFarland, leader. Swedish Mission Church-Corner Da kota and Porphyry streets: August Gustafson, pastor. Sunday services at is a. m. and I p. m.; Sunday-school at :a mn.: Young People's meeting at 6 p. mi.; prayer meeting every Thursday night. Trinity Methodist Church-Rev. John HoskinL. pastor. Class meeting at to a. m. Sund; preaching at Ia a. m. and 7:3o p. m.; Sunday-school at a :jo p. m.; Ep worth League at 6:3o p. m.; Tuesday evening regular weely prayer meeting ; Wednesday evening the choir rehearsal; Friday evening, class meeting. German Lutheran Church-M. Hudfloff, pastor. Services at iI a. in.; Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. The annual confirma tion takes place at morning service. Serv ices conducted at Finnish Lutheran church, 38t North Wyoming street. PROF. HALL SURPRISED BY HIS ADMIRERS Organist of the Mountain View Methodist Church Is Remembered in a Sub stantial Manner. A surprise party was tendered to Prof. Edward Champion Hall, organist of the Mountain View M. E. church, by his choir at the residence of Mrs. Williard, No. 5s6 East Broadway, last night. After a few appropriate remarks by Alex Penaluna the professor was aston ished to receive a handsome fob chain, with: a beautifully cut amethyst drop piece from his choir and an elegant bouquet of flowers from his favorite pupil, Ruby Tallon. Amid smilax, carnations and other beau tiful flowers, solos and choruses were sung and other forms of amusements indulged in, and after a sumptuous repast and ap preciative and pathetic address by the pro fessor the evening's pleasure was brought to an end. New Coal Concern. SPECIAL TO TlHE INTER MOUNTAIN. Red Lodge, April s.--The Rear Tooth Coal company was yesterday incorporated here for jo,aeo by John W. Chapman of the banking ouse of Meyer & Chapman; D. C. O. Shes, formerly resident manager of the Rocky Fork Coal company; William Larkin, Roger J. Fleming and F. II. Alden, the latter being cashier of the Meyer & Chapman bank. 'The company has secured leases of properties in the llymer addition. Wall Papers Any Good Thing in Wall Papers Not Found Here Will Not Be Found Elsewhere in Butte. Wall Papers Anything in Wall Papers to Be Had at a Lower Price Else where in Butte Is Not Worth PuttingonYour Walls. re Schatzleln Paint Co. 14 W. Broadway. PRESENT HANDSOME ROCKER Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Stevens Are Surprised by Their Friends. A surprise party was tendered Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Stevens last evening by their many friends, the ocasion being the birth day anniversary of Mrs. Stevens. A rocking chair wa" presented to l:er by the callers, and the evenihil was spent in card playing and music, after which prizes were given and refreshments served. ,Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Young, 'Mr. and Mrs. William Newton Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Helston, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hoskin, Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Riley, Mr. and Mrs. King. Mrs. Parkin, Mr. 'Matthews, Mr. O'Brien, Mr. Brasier, Mayor MoTague's Keys. [Kalispell Bee.] When Mayor McTague tenders the keys of the city to visiting delegations, he must be particular which door they fit-the pen or the city hall.