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All M IHMES
' FOR NIISOII our
<OMitt?TM? From flnt fm)
r*rk to Cherry, mouth on Cherry to
Ofcry^arai along Cary to auditorium
Organisation? oom posing the
several division* will assemble prompt
M at the hour specified, as follows:
First Division?Captain Morgan R.
Mils, division commander; aides. Wil?
liam H. Adams. R. \jt-r Peters. Field
Wllbon. This dlvdslon will form in
column on North Ele-hth Street, with
ths bend of the division resting on the
wast side of Eighth Street at Broad,
la ths following order: bicycle police, i
mounted police. Chief Marshal Frank
Ferrandini and staff Kessnleh's Band.
City Democratic Committee, guests In
automobiles. On the east side of
Eighth Street head resting on Broad:'
Petersburg rlube. Southslde l>emo- j
cratic Club. Fast End Cltlxene- Asso-1
elation. Henry Clay Club. East End,
Progressive Association. Italian-Ameri- '
can Political Club. When the organl- !
satloas <*f this division formed on the
west side of Eighth Street have moved '
into the column and cleared Eighth
Street, those formed on the east side;
of the street will move Into the col- |
umr in the order In whlc-h they are;
Second Division?Colonel Henry M. '
Boykln, division commander; aides, Gil- '
bert K. PoUock. Major I- T. Christian.'
T>. C. O'Flaherty This division will j
form in column on North Ninth Street, I
with the head of the division resting \
on the west side of Ninth Street at!
Broad. !n the following order: New- j
port News Band, the Mayor, city offl- <
rials, city department*. On the east,
ftde of Ninth Street, head resting on
Broad: city departments. Insurance
Third Division?Major C. O. Savil'.e.
division corpmander. aides. Blanch* rd
Forbes, A. C. Harman. J. T. Wilson.
This division will form in column on
?Vorth Tenth Street, with the head >?f
the division resting on the west side
of Tenth Street at Broad. In the fol?
lowing order: Blues- Band. Blues- Bat?
talion. Richmond Grays- Battalion.
Richmond Howitzers. Benedictine Ca-,
dets. Boy?- Brigade. On the east s!Je
of Tenth, head of the column restlti^
on Broad: Richmond Locomotive*
Fourth Wvlslon?Walker C. Cot troll,
division commander: aides. A. Bierne
Blair. S!g. Hutzier. Harry Huber. This
riivleion will form on North Eleventh
?Street, with the head of the division
resting or. the west side of Eleventh
Street at Broad. In the following: or?
der: Petersburg Band. P.etall Clerks
Assooiaticn. Masaer Busiseea College
On the east sid* of Eleventh Street,
head of column reet'.ng on Broad: mo?
torcycle Club. Nolde pemocratic Club.
Fifth Division?Dr. H. Morton Ma
eon, division cr>mraar.der: aides. Clyd-?
H. Ratciiffe. George M. Cease. Harry
Turkv. Jr This division will form
or. North Twelfth Street with the head
of the column resting on the west
side of Twelfth Street at Broad, in
?he fc:it>*? cder I'niversity of Vir?
ginia Alnmni. Medical College of Vir?
ginia. John Marshall High pYmoo!. Uni?
versity Coileg* of Medicine. On th<
east s'de sf Twelfth Street, head - f
ro'.'.rr.:. resting or. Broad Richmo%!
Automobile Club, citizens rot affiliated .
with above organization*
When th* organizations of the sev?
eral divisions formed cn the west sid*
sf the streets above mentioned have
utoved into the column at Brond and
cleared the intersecting street, tht.ee
formed on th* eaet side of the str. et
will move into their- position in the
column in the erdrr in whirh they
? By order of F.-ar.k Ferrar.dir.i. Chief
WILLIAM m MYERS.
Chief of Staff. !
romsaltteesaea Will Kik.
The City D?mecr?.tlc Committee al?
ter debate last night deridfd that it
would be more democratic "to walk In'
the parade than to use automobiles, j
end the use ef silk hats was d-clare.i
tn he a siprn of plutocratic wealth not
retired of a pare democracy.
S*ven floats dedicated to the seven
Virginia Presidents will decorate the
parade. On No. 1 the part of Wash?
ington will be taken hy C C Gebhardt
or. No. 5 that of .Tefferson hy <; \y
Wren.-.: ? ?r. No. n that of Madison Vr
'?eor^-c M?llen. SP No. I that of Moa
ret dv a 8, Boatwrlght; on No. 3 that
?I Harrison uy^J. P. Stersns; or. No
ta put up in Sanitary Tin Cans that protect the con?
tents;?not packed in flimsy, unhandy paper package*
that do not protect. Insist on having it.
AH food Omm sol it er wiUfet it for ran.
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It it the o*ly entirely ???? c >rrp::?;jon by the world/
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>w I tngDay
A New Suit cr Overcoat will be appro?
priate. You will find both here in a show?
ing representative of the newest and most
authentic style ideas in men's dress.
1 t> that of Tyler by Howard Carter: on
; No. T that of Taylor by J F. Hough.
I The eighth, or Wilson, float will have
on It M'ss Ruth Dawler, representing
! "Victory," surrounded by Misses Alma
'/Winter. Elmo Winter. Lillian Turner.
! Annie Clary and Mrs. Krank *hs)uv'h.
I The floats were designed by Sig F. Leg
naicli. and have been prepared by T.
A. Gebhard and Otto Mullen. The
Richmond Locomotive Works, Phil G.
Kelly Company. Shenandoah Motor
Company. Alsop Motor Company and
Jefferson Gar .c- furntuhed big motor
:.-jeks for the floats.
At the Auditorium Chairman Miles M
Martin, of the City Democratic Com?
mittee, will pres'de. There will be
addresses by Mayor Ains.ie. Governor
Mann. Henry C Stuart. H. St. George
TiK-ker. Senator C A. Swanscn. Con?
gressman-elect A. J. Montague and
' "onifressman-elect Walt-- A. Watson,
other members of the V r^inia delega?
tion in Congress have wired that they
would be present if not detained by
Electrical Inspector T. W. Bowry is
in charge of the marchir.e eoluain of]
city emp'oyes. snd expects praeter-, '
caliy the entire force of the various j
? i-partmer.ts !-? line, with the officials
at their head Ths city employes form,
in Ninth Street, north of Broad.
The East End Citizens' Association |
is called to meet at T.li o'clock at
Twenty-fifth and Broad Streets to*
march to Its position la the ;ar_de
formation. Citizens from Falrmount
and K-iiton are Invited to march with
the East End Club The Italian-Ameri?
can Political Club will report to Louis
B:airi. president, at S i1) o'clock at 114
East Broad Street.
Admission to th? Audttcrinm stage -
will :. by tick.-; only. Th? main floor ,
will be r'servH f..r those taklnp part I
::: th- parade. The gallery will b?
open to women and tscoria after SI
Academy?"The Trsll of the Loae
Bijou?-Madame Sherry," mstlaee
sad nta-fct. |
I uhln?\ surfeville.
"The Trail of the Irarximr Pise."
it- lore ;t:: *::<iirr.re absolute.y lar^e
and relatively huge, considering* the
generally poor "business" of the cur*
rent season. Klaw A Erlanger s "The
Trail of the Lonesome Pine." In which
Charlotte Walker Is featured, opened
; at the Academy of Music last n.ght an
j engagement of four performances.
The piece is well described In the
program as "A play in four acts, by
Eugene Walter, founded on the widely
known novel of the same name b> John
Fox. Jr.." for It is far from being a
dramatization of the novel which all
of us have read and which roost of us
hold in high esteem. It is true that
the action of thi novel extends over a '
considerable period, and doubtless it
was a difficult task to crowd into a
practical working time enough of the
tjtory. of Its incidents, to retain the
book's very real and vivid spirit. Cer?
tainly, it was not accomplished. The
play. Instead of moving to a logical
conclusion by a series of Uluustrative,
explanatory or culminative scenes, pro?
ceeds in more or less disconnected in?
cidents. In spite of much "talklness."
and arrives at its only climax with a
And it is largely melodrama, and not
thoroughly coherent melodrama at that.
Most of the principal characters of the
book appear in the play, and every now
ar.d then a Has or a word, with char?
acter, time and occasion changed, re?
calls the text of the story. "I'm goin
down to the Gap to git me a police?
man." one of the most telling and far
reaching lines In the novel, reappears
in the play In altered form, but the
speech Is of little importance at the
time, nor is referred to again. Fur?
ther, the spirit that animates the
mountaineers in the section in which]
the story is laid?a spirit so tragically <
in evidence to us in Virginia and so
thorough)- understood by Mr. i*ai Is j
n >t convmciagly portrayed by Mr. i
Waiter. The developments of the play j
seem artificial and forced. !
Nor was this failure remedied by the)
performance of the leading character,
in the performance last nigut. Miss
Walker, wnlie doubtless charming inj
otiier rSlas, was nut altogether ,-atlsfy-:
lag as June. She dreeeed the little
mountain maid In the torn dress'
called for by the part and doffed
her shoes snd stockings. but
her face was made up with the
peach-bloom complexion of a sheltered
debutante, her hands showed no rough-j
i.ess of labor, but were carefully inani-1
?ured. while S.er feet gleamed white.!
11 as i si l lid and unstained from wander?
ing barefoot over the mountains. Aim?
ing laudably to make the character of
j June as Idyllic as that of "Salomy
Jane." she fell short in her effort, and
: Rucceede-1 only in making her a child?
ishly pleasing girl In a mountain melo?
The other members ?f rise cast were
capable enough. Wtllerd Robertson. Shi
, Dave, and Margaret Prusslng. as.
Loretty. standing out by virtue sf their i
excellent work. i
Rarely have more beautiful settings'
been seen In Richmond than are shown
In this production. That In which the
1 f rst and last acts are plsyed Is In psr
' tlculsr worthy of John Fox's book, as
he wrote It
Two minor defects might be readily
i rerr?died?a bit of Chaucerian humor
!r. the second act should be omitted,
and the attention of the stage diree
j tor Is respectfully called to the fact
j that In the d?r? of the volunteer po
I lice of Big Stor e Gf p automatic re
, velvers were not In U*e
W Da-gias Oordea
Werts All ef Fifty ? eats.
Shades or Ralph Herz, Lina Abar
Ihene'. niiiabeth Murray, Ben Gi innell.
Ne'l McKay, etc . r .Me our penstaff
Ma*. :? but reali-te that there wu
jaWSt) Ada Meade' Bat three year* gM
I?nay. not so much, srrl now?
!?'* at the Bijou all week, regular
Tr.i'.r.ees and regular prlc?s?"Ms-lame
.-? '?rry." of cour?e. the ?am? French
vs jdevl'le. the s?rre w'tt> Hrn-s. the
iestr.e "Every little Movement." the
??me bos?. with the same wr.;?tl? put
Jon by the same James I>nrllng. who
|ftsrted ?ds Meade and her company
jwhi<-h eprUer in the season played the
an-'?rr.\ er.d pleased, oa a long jaunt
? h- continent Miss Meade i?
iVTlli o-.it. by the way
Hut as we opined ?srller. It's at the
BJ)o ; all this week. and. betr.* at the
l. ? . j ?.-?.-, rar.'t arg'ie, ran rm' No
JRIene D?vis. famos? In vendrviie. n.i
'probably mo-? famous beea . ?? ?he l>
?? ?? w'.'? of T?or?e tf Ijed?- r one of
Vi? prod-i'e-rs of "Madame m*>tTrr." 1?
Vtnr.n? Hbe has !>*t-ti* ''^rter
'lair, and she rar sing, and ?t- ran
- some. wMrh a com Mr at toe
srhleb should make n*r a warm fa -
- -rite over the popuiar-prired time
T>-?? y*t lines are more than matronly
? ? tWi to her other rharms Ma
M?r. as Philippe, the janitor's wife, fits
'the pert?It's s great big part?while
Srl'l. Marba, as Pt;I!It>p?. re-v.Ir 1?
? ? f'?r rrany restor.s. of Ben OfenrH
?" rr" r-triing Is Theophii-is. snl gets
??* Uug>? Where they have falrn
?.-fot> Betty Bei weh?h?w home'the
tnat Be'tv b->*t.1s? la Peptts. and a
! fle?y peatts She at George Brogues.
|fbe pdwsrd Mherry. a''ge t"e eeseaiisl
tenor ef the part, snd bee hie own
p?'i"?r methods e* comedy
*Ma4a?ne ?Korrv" wMI always be a
?"?UrM in spW of e?erytb:n?. end st
;th# Btloe it er-.wde sil the raise pae
isiele Into thr ??andare rh?rne? of sd
, it'eelon of that pisybouse TheyTI be
1' ir.giaeT the rafter, for the rest of
th# ??. * ond the waits won't be so
<?ag te-aigaa. O. M. .<
CHIEF CELEBRA TORS
MAJOR MILES M. MARTIN. FRANK FERRA!?DINI. '
Chief Marshal aas Chslrssasj raraee
Chalrsaaa Cttr Democratic committee. Cesmamrttee.
News of South Richmond
VICTIM NOT BROTHER
Philadelphias Falls to Identify Body
of UallrMi Bay Killed Track.
Thinking that the young boy who
met death two weeks ago bem-ath the
wheels of a freight train between
?Oagaland and Lrewrys Bluff, on the
Atlant'c Coast Line, might have been
his missing brother. Prank Kaulkner
and hie uncle. K. P. Patterson, both of
Philadelphia, yesterday had the body
exhumed. That the young victim was
not their relative was the positive
conviction of both. While the condi?
tion of the body was such as to ren?
der identlficat'on impossible, a pecu?
liarity in the formation of young
Faulkner's finger nails, wholly differ?
ent from those of the dead boy. made
them sure that they were on the wrong
track. The body was again burled la
the lonely grave along the railroad.
The body fo the younth was found
two weeks ago. From all appear?
ances the boy had been stealing a
ride on the train and had fallen from
a brake beam. Several cars had
passed over him. Tha body was hor?
ribly mangled, and as decomposition
had set in. Coroner J. G. living, after
pronouncing the death accidental, or?
dered it buried. The Atlantic Coast
Line bore the expense of the simple
Thomas S. Faulkner, of ill South
F<fty-fourth Street. Philadelphia,
whose son, Thomas, sixteen years old,
ran away from home several months
To root out deep-sea ted
I A K F
human strength and
HE S. GALESKI
3^2 23 t; !
for Xmas Bayers
?I** or SM??.?,
CdTBcr 5th ana Broad
The Get. A. Btufley Cn
514-51* laid Broad Scraat
i Kvervthm^ m resrline-.* for the Thsnks
| grving Ihnner Pboor Monroe 380.
Man orders eoticired. Frier list mailer!
?CO and was known to be in the South,
learned of the finding- of the body
through the press, and being physically
unable to make the search himself.
1 sent his son and brother. Permission
for exhumation was given by Coroner
living, who with Officer Waymack and
Officer Jarrell. went to the grave and
rendered all assistance possible.
WILL EXTEND LINE
Virginia Railway and Power Ceaspaay
Gives PeraUaalea to Build.
I After holding up the franchise for
more than four months, the Chester
Held Board of Supervisors, at a meet?
ing held yesterday at Chesterfield
Courthouse, with only five minutes' dis?
cussion, granted the Virginia Railway
and Power Company permission to ex?
tend the Hull Street line from the
present terminus at the head of Hull
Street. Swansboro. one-half mile up the
New K.>?d to the Broad Kock Koad. By
the terms of the franchise, the com?
pany must begin work within six
months and have the extension in op?
eration before the end of twelve
According to the present plans, ths
new line will be single track. A shuttle
service, with three switches to relieve
congestion, will be put into operation.
The Hull Street cars will then run to
the end of the line, giving the new
territory a ten-minute schedule. A
provision making It compulsory for
the company to water the New Road
each day was stricken out, and the
franchise passed unanimously as orig?
Ths rumor of the extension, months
before the company had asked for the
right to put down the tracks, caused
a large number of persons to invest in
the property In the vicinity of the New
Road. The new Swansboro school
house will be built on the Midlothian
Turnpike, making the property be?
tween these two rjads just the place
for small suburban homes. Many peo?
ple are taking advantage of this fact,
and quite a number of dwellings are
JOIN IN PARADE
I Democratic Clab Will March Threap*
Hesse Streets. Hended by Band.
The South Richmond Democratic
' Club wishes every man on the South
side to join with it to-night for the
purpose of participating in the parade
In celebration of the election of Wood
' row Wilson to the presidency. Uni?
forms and torches will be provMed by
I the club free They will be distrib?
uted by the committee at 5:20 o'clock
this afternoon at the rourthouse.
The Petersburg Band will arrive
shortly before 7 o'clock, and will Ie??t.?
the cars st the courthouse- Headed by
a detachment of police from the Third
District, the Souths'ders will parade
the home streets before leaving fop
the Northslde. The start will be made
promptly at 7 o'clock. The column will
go out Tenth Street to Balnbrldge, up
Balnbrldge to Fifteenth, out Fifteenth
to Hull. With the band playing,
torches flaring and red lights burning.
Chey will go down Hull Street to
?Seventh, and thence to Eighth and
Broad Streets, where they will take
; their place In the line nf march. The
fVnitnstde and Petersburg delegations
; will occupy first place in the column.
All who Intend marching with the
~lub are requested to be at the court
, house not later than ?:Sf> Men will he
i ?m hands to check overcoats and hats
1 lor those who receive uniform*.
wtn tnisnttantt Dwst si
Ths South Richmond Business Men's
i Association will be requested nt Its
I next meeting to appoint a committee
] to investigate and report to the proper
' authorities the failure of the Street
? Cleaning Department to clean the
i R? ithsfde business streets. The con
? lltlon of the msin thoronrhfsres was
I particularly noticeable Sunday evening.
when a brisk breene carried clouds of
last, which settled on the clothing of
pedestrians and sifted through the
erev1e*s In the store doors. The con?
dition of their premises yesterday
" morn In g rsused several merchants to
hoH an Indignation meeting to sen If
the dust n'dsence could not be she ted.
j It Is saM by seversi persons that
Pull sad fieventh Streets iscore? nt
I tentlon from the street cleaners no
i offener thsn once a month Before
' annexation these streets were swept
remilsrly once a week, end for a few
I months after the consolidation of the
' eitle? the streets were cleaned twice
' a week The department began ship?
ping one e* the sweepings and gradu
| r.V.y rut out Hi" once-s-week program
Ossrrfeps to Cewrhswe n
Thomas ? Winston, repeeeentlna" the
Bon Air Improvement Aseoelatlem, ap?
peared veeterdav unerring before the
Oireterneld superr'sors with a W
eueet ths* the State rend force be
retained M work on the new hJrhwae
between Bon Air and th- So-'tbampton
Bridge for at leset thirty days Ton err
After pearly three boors' healed dt-S
ensnlon. the rennest was granted, and
the pnovlrte will he kept an the fPb
sntr. January 1.
The rood whleh is being bntlt Wtn
h? nearly free miles la length Whs*
completed It will he the rrmmmfSnt
link ir a large loop of good awtomo
nfle read? out of Richmond. ft Id
being built by the litUnsns of Bam Afe.
wins the nsslrrnniw of thirty jnilhtrw*.
Gluck is Coming December 11th
Richmond's Favorite Prima-Donna.
The Noted Metropolitan Opera House Soprano.
Gluck Makes Records Only for the Victor
Come in and Let Us Play Them for You
. 1 A
No. X., $75.00.
No. XIV., $150.00.
Wonderful are the
improvement- made in
these four new style
One of the most
wonderful things about
them is that there has
been no increase in
Come in and see and
hear these new instru?
ments. We'll gladly
demonstrate them to
you at any time.
Other styles $15 to
$50. Victors, SIS to
$lSf. Terms to suit
your convenience, if
No. XI., $100.00.
No. XVI., $..00.00.
Saninrs Cahte Paaae Ca*
213 E. Broad
Sales Department?Madison 4181.
Victrolas and Sheet Music?Madison 247.
-atlon regarding the opening of the
highway, promised the ose of the force
I for I0.0<? working: hours. The estl
[ mate waa baaed upon nfty men to be
j lent for the work. Only thirty were
j sent, and Mr. Winston contended that
the board had not kept faith. The
-oad is two-thirds completed. It will
be finished !n shout one month. If the
? weather does not Interfere
! Marry sn Wsohlsgsss Te-Oay.
Accompanied by friends. Miss Mamie
J. Jones, dausritfer of Mr. and Mrs
W. t>. Jones, of 1109 Decatur Street,
and Charles O Pheep will leave this
morning for Washington, where they
will be nu'^t'y married Following a
brief wedding tour. Mr. and Mrs.
Phaup will make their home In South
Richmond, where Mr. Phaup ts em?
ployed by the Virginia Railway and
The wedding of Mtos Cornells Taylor
Hancock, daughter of Mrs Beverly A.
Hancock, of Woodland Heights, to Dr.
William D. Mtoeer. of Burlington, v C .
will be celebrated to-morrow after?
noon at 4 o'clock at the Batabrldge
Street Baptist Church.
In Pottos Court. Part IL. ysstsi day
a charitable institution, where the
old colored people are admitted free
end supported by voluntary eontrtbu
| ttona. Is 'n orgeat ased of fand* to
, carry aa the work. Donations of all
Un-ls wilt be appreciated.
The home has women sol Id tors
only. Donatione mast not be given
to any person except those who have
a written permit.
J. A. PUB SI.
Peas ties Day Thursday. November
J. C RAXDOLPH.
morning Ernest Matthews, colored.
I charged with striking his wife, was
\ fined Jio and costs by Justice H. A.
, Percy Brock well, charged in a war
' rant with stealing a chicken from J
I Lacy Bedford, paxkkeeper of Wash?
ington Scuare, was dismissed.
Arthur James, colored, charged with
wife-beating, drew a flne of 92.50 and
James Malone. colored, charged with
gambling, was <l 15 and costs.
Frank Farmer, colored, charged with
being drunk and disorderly. eet".
to Jail for thirty days to sober up.
To Hear Salt To-Day.
- Trie suit of D R Griffith against
the Robert Portner Brewing Company
will be hoard this morning in Hust?
ings Court, Part TL. by Judge Brnest
H. Welle with a Jury. The action is
In assnmpnrt, a small amount is in?
With the PwHee.
Thins White men?Barl Puclrett,
Oeorge Puckett and H C Hobeck?
worn arrested yesterday afternoon by
Captain Wright and Officer Newman
on n charge of fighting on the street.
They were held at the Third Station
without ball for a hearlnr this morn?
ing la Police Court. Fart II.
Chnppell White, colored, was ar?
rested by Offleer C. L Phillips last
night at Fifteenth and Hull Streets for
being drunk and Interfering with w%>
Pool? In oreefed Ball.
Bristol. Va. November 2?.? While the
body of Nelson II Archer, the Tennes
see "m'lltieman. who wa? klled here
Saturday night, was beinn b :r.ed so
day. Judge Kelly, of the Corporation
Court, was eons'derln? a motion for
anil for his slave- William Poore. Bai:
was granted in 1: 500
This line in the Menu of the
Newly Weds Dilemma publish
ed Sunday should have read