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Hen Fordyoe, F. .1. Green, Dr. S. P. rollings, George -Schmelsel, F. II. Seyl and Robert Pederson, have re turned from Stuttgart, where they at tended the grand eotmnandery meet ing, and report a most enjoyable visit. SPECIAL TRAIN UF I MALVERN BALL FANS BRINGING THEIR BAND AND HOPE TO WIN SUNDAY S GAME WITH LOCAL EAGLES. Just to demonstrate tlieir conn deuce in their team’s ability to win the game ol hall at Whittington park Sunday with the local 1 Cagles' nine, a crowd of loyal rooters from Mal vern are coining over on a special train, bringing their band with them, whifili will "toot 'er up" belween in nings at the park. Jack (loodine received a letter from the Malvern manager, who wrote: ' The only reason we are bringing (lie band is to have them play on the way home, “See the Conquering Hero Comes." (loodine is original, and he replied: "Itring the hand, you Malvern lings, if you want to, but the tune you'll play on the way home will be the funeral marcih from Saul." Last Sunday’s game was a corker, going ten Innings to a tie. Both teams are evenly matched and one of the closest contests of the season is looked for. -o El REMEN INJURED. Chicago, May 22.—A score of fire men and spectators were injured, when fire destroyed a west side build ing here today. They were struck by debris precipitated by gas explo sions. The loss was $7G.0(m. Save the Wrappers from “Red Ball” Oranges and Lemons Those juicy, seedless,' tree-ripened “Red Ball” oranges that you enjoy for breakfast, or make into tempting des sert for dinner—each is wrapped in a paper wrapper bearing the trademark “Red Ball.’^ Cut the Trademark from the wrapper around each “Red Ball" orange and lemon. Send the trademarks to us. We give magnificent premiums of Rogers Guaranteed A-l Standard silverware. 27 different kinds of splendid premiums. All our exclusive design. / This Orange Spoon Is One of the “1 Ball” Premiums Send for this premium. Examine quality and design. 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Clsrk Street, CHICAGO, ILL W)Ujf/S\/' j Che Cheaters j r-.-—»—• ■ '« »■ > I 'l ROYAL THEATER Owing to the fact that the Carpen ters' local hall team will have charge of the Royal theater today, a special program has been selected and every one that attends tflie entertainment today will not only be treated to a good show, but will assist the Car penters in preparing their ball team, which will in turn interest the public witli some real ball playing. The pro gram for today is beaded with a cracking good Vitagrapli two-part feature' entitled “Johanna the Bar barian." Johanna is left in charge of the entire affairs of the mine wlhen her husband dies. The Yellow Rose, a competing mine, is somewhat un der obligations to Johanna, and for that reason the trouble starts. You will see how this woman fights; her way. through all the opstucles Hint the other side puts up. It is a good picture. The Sell's company offers a comedy drama called “A Ticket to Happi ness. ” It is a good Western produc tion full of ginger from start to finish. The I.ubin company is here today with a good Western comedy. In it you will see the tricks that a love sick cowboy attempts before he ac tually realizes that he is kidding himself, and as soon as lie comes to himself (lie realizes that lie bad won out long ago. --ft--— NEW CENTRAL THEATER It is doubtful if there is an actor in pictures who Is funnier than John Bunny, the big fat hoy of the Vitu grapli company, who will he seen a! the New Central today in his latest comedy, "Bunny Buys a Harem." He takes the part of property man at a New York theater. His wife is the maid of the leading lady, and Bunny admires her. He dreams he is a mil lionaire and lias bought the original slaves lie saw in a picture. He is "Icing of Mi - harem” and has the time of his life. Oh, what a dream! Bunny awakens to stern reality and an angry wife’s denunciation and the dream vanishes, but the memory of this picture will live with you for weeks. There is a stirring western drama in which government men figure, en titled "The Unlawful Deal,” in which Pauline Bush, supported •'by a great all-star cast, has the lead. It Is filled witHi exciting situations and narrow escapes, and is on? of the most realistic films of the week, while Pathe weighs in with a two reel comedy that is a scream from beginning to end. It is entitled "The Precious Twins,” and when you see this picture you won’t wonder there are some who cannot support the Roosevelt theory, for .these twins kick up more trouble in their home Phan Huerta, Villa and Carranza com bined have done in old Mexico. --—--o STAR THEATER. With curtain enlarged, new ma chines installed that are guaranteed to throw tile brightest and largest kind of a picture, and with every other detail looked after that makes for a most successful opening, in cluding the booking of a Xii’g feature Him, the management of the new Star theater is confident that the ap probation of the public will be the reward for their efforts, for they have worked earnestly and hard to make their new home for moving pic tures one of the neatest, coolest and most comfortable in the city. The feature film is entitled "The Dishon ored Medal,” and Is one of the really great productions that D. \V. Griffith, formerly of the Biograph company, staged for the Reliance, for this four reel feature is from that company. There will also tie another picture added to the program, a comedy that will pull many a luueth, This Is the first and the last hig serial or extra reel feature the Star wilUfshow, ns their regular program will not start until Monday. The show today h really a 20-cent one, but no extra charge will be made. Feature one-reel subjects from the Mutual studios will prevail in the fu ture. Don't miss this Algerian mili tary special, however, today, and he sure and come to the opening of the city’s latest home for the "movies." AIRDOME OPENING JUNE 1. The Summer Airdome theater wijl throw open its gates on Monday night, June 1. The opening attrac tion till 1 s summer will be one of the old-time favorites that has not been seen here for several summers. It is one of the liest if not the best musi cal attractions on the road, "The Matinee Oirl,’’ with Mg Dnn Russell and the best chorus ever. The open ing comedy is brand new anti is en titled "The Man, the Maid and the Money.” Changing the play will no doubt be every other nluftit during the short stay of this company, which is but two weeks. Everything is brand now the plays, costumes, scenery, aiul all well known iveople. Among those of tlie principals are Dan Rus sell, Haul Clifford, Marjorie Ray, Hazel McCann, Roy Winner, Eddie Dunn, and tlie best trained and voiced chorus on the road. Tlie company lias been for ie past two years most of the time perma nently located in Houston Texas, playing a limited engagement in Gal veston. This never falls to please, and if you want to laugh and have a good time, visit tlie Alrdome and see this company, it is the largest company of this kind that tours the country, playing at popular prices. 'Ijlie prices for tlie engagement will be 50 cents for the reserved Heats and 15 cents genera! admission. Sent sale will start at Kempner's on Friday of the coining week. -_o INDICTED FOR MORGAN . - CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE. completion of their lino into Provi dence. If they felt that there vv is enough in the situation to warrant making a traffic agreement witli us for the interchange of business for tlie joint use of the lines along the Connecticut rivi-r between Windsor and White River Junction and be tween Windsor and Brattleboro and we bad nearly completed our on u line between Brattleboro and South Vernon 1 was glad to do it. I was asked to put my views in the form of a proposition or contract, which 1 did; it was submitted to them and within a week the grand jury proceedings commenced in Now York and I was indicted.” “!>iil you write a letter to the dis trict attorney taking the responsi bility?” asked Mr. Folk. ”1 did, and I did it for the sole pur pose of shielding Mr. Morgan." "At whose instance did you write that letter?” "1 wrote that letter at the instance of Mr. Lewis Cass Ledyard and Mr. Edward D. Robbins.” "Who dictated it?” “I dictated a letter, which was re drafted by Mr. Robbins and corrected by Mr. Ledyard. I signed it in their presence and sent it to the United States district attorney, and 1 nearly killed everybody in tthe office to keep Mr. Morgan's out of it.” “To keep Mr. Morgan's name out of what?” asked Mr. Folk. "Out of the whole proceeding.” "Had Mr. Morgan been subpoenaed in that matter?” ”1 have learned through my coun sen—‘I did not know it at the time that lie was subpoenaed and his sub poena was quashed or milled, what ever your legal term is for that ac tion.” •'Did you have any conversation with tiie present director of Uhe road. Mr. J. 1*. Morgan, Jr.?” queried Mr. Folk. "The present director?” "res, sir. “i\t the time Mr. Morgan called on me and thought the change in the presidency was desirable, 1 called Ills attention to the fact that 1 hail been guff 'ling under the humiliation of an undeserved indictment to protect his father, lie seemed quite affected; lie turned to the window to compose his feelings and returned to the conver sation with the remark that his father’s condition of health at that time was sucti that it undoubtedly would have killed him if he had been indicted. That was the condition 1 understood he was in when I took the responsibility upon myself and took the indictment that belonged t.) him." “Where did you meet Mr. Ledyard and Mr. Robbins when that letter was formed?" "In my office in New York." “Did they make an appointment to meet you there?" “1 think there was an appointment. T think the other matter that was dis cussed at that time was the employ ment of special outside counsel for nty defense. I may be wrong, it may have been a day or two after ward. 1 had several appointments witli those gentlemen to discuss this matter.” The letter which Mr. Mellen said he wrote to the district attorney at New York “for the purpose of shield ing Mr. Morgan” was not introduced in evidence, and Mr. Folk afterward said it was not in his possession. Tlve closing scene of the day con cluded tiie four days of gruelling, in terrogation which Mr. Mellen had un dergone. Hefore the Morgan climax was readied Governor Folk had de veloped the part taken by the various directors of the New Haven in the vast financial operations of the sys tem. Mr. Mellen gave an intimate personal view of several members of the Now Haven board, further em phasising the dominant power of Mr.1 / * MISS JANE DELANO MIbs Jane Delano is the efficient hettd of the four thousand Red Cross trained nurses, some of whom ulready have been sent to Mexico. She serves without pay and her official title Is "chairman of the national committee on Red Cross nursing service." Miss Delano ie a graduate of Bellevue hos pital. New York city. Plea for Cleaner Statues. Country cousins, visiting in London, demand to know what is wrong with London monuments, or many of them. Well they may, for quite a number of our bronze effigies are, at this mo ment, in a most unsightly condition as a result of what iB said to bo “cleaning.” The Gladstone figure in the Strand, the Shaftesbury memorial fountain at Plcadllly Circus, and many another, are coated in verdigris, the dried swlllings of some noxious fluid which has run down onto the stone below and made it green also though not with envy one would think. The whole produces a most bilious and sickening sight. Why cannot these bigger bronzes be kept as clean and “bronzy" as the two Herculean ath letes in the Embankment Gardens— the best and best-kept figures in Lou don’—London Chronicle. Morgan particularly and Mr. Rocke feller, Mr. Baker aud Air. Ledyurd. He paid personal tributes of admira tion to other members of the board. 'Mr. Mellon also testified as to “hold-ups” iu stocks to which lie bad been subjected as president of the New Haven, and said it was due to intimations that came to him that if legislation was wanted it would be a good idea to trade In stocks. Mr. Mellon left today for New York, and thence will go tomorrow to 'New England for a few days' rest. He lias not been excused as a witness but is subject to recall at any time, lie assured Governor Folk lie was ready to appear whenever lie might be wanted. Tiie extent to which Mr. Mellon's testimony may render him immune from prosecution still is an open question. Officials of the department of justice have expressed the view that the testimony would raise tiie question of immunity, but the Inter state Commerce Commission lias pro ceeded on tiie ground that the testi mony wus called for by a, resolution of the United States senate without reference to what its effect niUht lie. Governor Folk has not determined yet who will he the next witness, hut lie probably will have either Lewis Cass Led yard or George F. Baker of tiie New Haven directorate on the stand at the resumption of the hear ing next Tuesday. Mellen's Letter. New York, May -- -The letter which Charles S. Mellen said In his testimony today lie had written to the district attorney at New York was addressed to Henry A. Wise, at that time federal district attorney, and was published in morning papers of December it, lit Hi. ”1 understand that a grand jury sitting within your district Is investi gating lUie relations between the (iratui Trunk Hallway of Canada and the Now York, New Haven and Hart ford railroad,” the letter read. “As all negotiations between these two companies have been conducted on tire part of the New Haven rail road by myself and as 1 am the onlg person fou nccted witli the Now Haven who had anything to do with these negotiations, 1 desire to lie al lowed to testify regarding this mat ter before this grand jury.” -o Tempting a Cook. A good cook 1b offered a irtagnlfl-' cent view from kitchen window of main thoroughfare with constant ar rests , small accidents, ambulance calls, and other Interesting Incidents at all hours of the day and evening,—j Ad. in Loudon Tlmea, J THY A HRNTINK1, ilKi'olih HI.AHSl MUD \D TODAY It mu) rent that va cant house for you. 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I\ good pro- I l ! , gram and assist the Carpenters' J j i • ball team. < 1 J Monday—“The Port of Miss- j ] 1 ing Men." 2 GRAND OPENING OF THE ■ !NEW star! ■ THEATER S \ Saturday Afternoon | I Come and see the latest home I S of the “Movies” in Hot Springs S 3 and a par excellent program. ■ The Dishonored | Medal | The great four reel Algerian fi war drama, staged by D. W. ■ Griffith, king of the moving pic- I ture producers. S , Also one merry roaring comedy J ■ ---—.. B DON’T MISS THESE S B BIG FEATURES m pTlES! PILES! PILES! WILLIAMS’ INDIAN PILE OINTMENT Till run Blind, Bleedlmr and UclilnR Pilot It obhorlw tl.o tumors. allays lU'Uin* at once, vot« an a ik>u1iU'p< (five® iQhiaiU relief* 60c ami $1 00. A. C. Jenning*. 108 Ouachita Avenue. Pasteurized Milk at (lolden’a Oro cery. 4-24 1 in TRUNKS AT HALL'S. 4-2Stf k I NEW j| CENTRAL II THEATER I • I -— l! TODAY I , i I ’ John Bunny never played In a 1 merrier (omedy than | Bunny Buys a Harem i \ side splittin . aueh from the ( [ . uph stiidiq. i >__ I The Unlawful Trade !! | Is one of the beat two reel dra ’ mas of the week' and features , Pauline Bush and a great all 1 1 star east. ii The Precious Twins i > i Is a two reel comedy from 1 Bathe’s linn I LYRIC THEATER ||-i! TODAY | Our Mutual Girl Eighteenth Heel. I I 1 J. WARREN KERRIGAN I ! ! 1 Toilers of the Sea i j t I i r Victor. | --:-** 2 The Fascinating Eye j 2 .Joker Comedy. | 5-PIECE ORCHESTRA 2 Open 1:30. Admission 5c and 10c STORAGE Whm you want to 9tor* hou**holl «oods, *r crat*. (tank of »hlp furnltur*. ■all an MURRAY TRANSFER. CO We have got the only fireproof ware house In the cltv. Warehouse construct •*1 with serrate apartments for foes furniture Telephone S? ?e l»r. K. A. Slmoaon. office ground floor Arktuiea* National Hank Itullil “IS 11# tl