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AT THE ACADEMY THIS WEEK.
Tuesday night?'?8alcdny Jane.'* Thursday night?"The Newly Weds and Their Baby." Saturday, matinee and night?"Paid 4n Full." "Salomy Jane." On Tuesday night of this week the Academy uf Music will offer a play which has attracted attention all ever tbe country and which had a record run in New York?A. G Delamater end William Norris' superb scenic "Th? Newly Weds and Their Baby." ? The Nt w'ly Weds and Their Baby. ? with Jimmy Rosen as the Baby, will be at the Academy next Th?r: day night? Oct. 14. About this attraction the Baltimore Star recently Faid: 'The audience si Ford's last n'.ght received the infcruiatlOn from IBS progtauia that tt was beholding test Newlywede and. Their Baby,' found? ed on the cartoons tf George M' Manfis, familiar to everyone who re ids the Sunday papers. The tact ,lier supposedly kidnapped Sno kiims,' " I I to II rtatyou which serves to lurther complicate matf rs There are the u.-nal Ivo retnes. the young ten? or, who talks his songs, and a very girly young pvrso.i named 1) lly. a rathir ancient dent or and a vaude? ville sen of maid beng responsible fcr them ' After lurch ruining around the plage, the distracted parents and tbe gurgling Infant ar ? reunited and the lovers made happy. production of "Slaomy Jane," Paul Armstrong's brilliant and breezy dramatization of Bret Harte's fanciful romance of the west, ' Salomy Jane's Kiss." Perhaps this is the most ex? tensively read book of its class, ana is likewise one of those rare gems of literature, wherein the popularity steadily increases, rather than dimin? ishes, as is the general rule, regard? less of the merit of the work. that the foundation was not just the same did not prevent anyone in the house from laughing, with the result that the big gathering apparently en? joyed itself to th-' utmost. ' The slender plot on which tne ac? tion of the jiay dependa centers ar mid the baby, which is very excel? lently done by the diminutive comed? ian James E. Rosen; a dog and a ' Seme of the songs are catchy and well presented; 'NaiKjleon.' 'My Black Dove.' The Boogie Boo and Love Time' being interesting. A very pret? ty little conceit was 'Every Baby Is a Sweet Bouquet." In tbe chorus the girls carried dnlls. which, being re? versed, proved to be the bouquets, and the chorus of both were carolled in the verse. 'An OixTatic Solution,' The baby^ (James E. Rosen) and the The main essential to tbe success of } s dramatized story is in the hand?ng , of Its latente episodes, characters, etc.. i In orSjer to retain tbe ver> stmos I pbere. strength of s"?ry and briHIano. : of dialogue Paul Armstrong, ?ho i responsible for this and various othe. recent Broadway successes. Is said to have deftly arranged a four act plav that aas no convincing and fa?'inat Ihg that It commanded tbe attention ft critical New York for one solid year ?I the I jhcrly Theater, to record breaking attendance It t* promised the ?ante ..? srenlr production will he given here Intact, and s spiend'd cast of plavers of prominence, beaded by Miss Loatso rotnsnan. a mist re-.? ot ber art. wka has and the vslasMe esprrier... ,.r several vram under the masterful d' of Mr David Retsaco la kts waiter (Geo E. Morphy) in "The N ewty Weds ana Their Baby hear, all bearing th" same dlgnifi d 00?none n of Ni olea. Tbe c->mn!i that arts<- from the efirla of vartons i^-r?on - to gain possession ol the baby, tbe drg aad the bear, make mat, amasmg sttaattssas Skvl fttmisb ample oiportnnhv for tue corned .ans to display tbair talewts ? Them- t?i. nt? w< re nf no aeaa rr' d**r. l>eo Hayes as Mr Nearlywea. and Georg? W. Mntphy. Jr.. working hard to mak< th? ir bearers U'.sh They did not apptar to have trow tie. fcr the laughter and I: itself Tberr i The advanre 1? progre??tng a eotn<dv sinking I .'son sc-r: of sow*, by George Murphy, the German wak . r. tii - ived many one r< * The li t? er, by the way. was a distinct hit with the awaVncr. and in the *<rmd an h- was ;bc mirih cen'? r. -Tho work?sad ?her? was plenty ot M -of t*o Ha>cs. <;e- re- Murphy and Jas Rimu n was lely enlivening, while Ida Fitzhaab. the maid, was aav-i aa I* a>r .<m: of the girls who want'd to go on tbe stage." procuring Th. dramstir edHnr cf the Albaav. X. T Argwa says of Ena- it- Walter s gT'St play. 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It touch* s the main nKral issue in American life today from "he standixdnt of the average man and nn re vitally thin any play that has gone before, and it establishes this new playwright, Ku g> no Walti r. as I man with a mes? sage for the American public MBBM context commands as eager a hear? ing as the latest Kxtra!' "It is the story of the man who believes the w rl,i owes aim a liv? ing, and with a brain full of seething socialism and greed, tries to collect the debt from the pocket of his Em? ployer. It is a story that is alive and walking Bp and d ivg the stre-'ts of every Anietiran city, and it hat; been told from the inside In "Paid in Full' by the haif dozen characters inert concern-d. in *cnr acta witn plain American vernacular and lin"s as forceful as mental sledgehammers to drive deep *he thought: with a climax rraclp d t>> the botde'St car? ing, thit tssaasa IBs piay out of the slough and the mire of dishonor und despair. Into a triumphant vindication of goodness and merry and a last act :'-a^ rl t.ehi- ? !;;?? moral h\ a donouemrnt tragic with the ioevita rle. "Kugone Walter the first attracted attention with his play. 'The I'ndor trw," ia which Wright U>rJmcr of The 8h?tkcrd K'ng fame, failed to find Surer sa. i? a r r-'iit from the news? paper ranks to th- playwright*, and there is in his werk a simplicity, a deadly rum- la' i< and 'ragic tmfli SKIN-TORTURED Babies and Tired Mothers Find Comfort in Cuticura. filer 11 f-< ?Irin sad tired he'4ea and res? for tared mother* are fowad in a hot bath w;th < nueura Hnmr and a gentle anointing with rutK-iira Osntment Tina cient adnmw in-rant rHK< m She ssaat dati ww lag ferms of ilehing. burning, scaly, and rrwled hiilBMN ?. n nn, lasara, imaii?e^. and r-haangn. of mfaTv-v and r hiidhood. and pntnta to ? hen all elaefasV Wnre I tfiai thta treatment telling naturali-m. just on th- h vo' 6f the l.fe of the average man, that grips fas: and will not let g;? the in? terest, lie has boiled down, con? densed, compacted and digested all the philosaphies of ?gotism from Max St.rner and Nh-tsrhc and Carl Marx. Sohopenhause r and Iternard Shaw, In? to his Joe llrotks. the y. ung clerk who believed die w. rid owed him ? living and bad a grouch on life be? cause, forreioth. he did not get M much out of it as the next man. and his bed !ri<-nd has got a raise in salary. "Ho has contrasted land plrat. s and .??? a pirate? and made a pirate bold or Captain Will'ams Uoe Hrooks' em? ployer, the hard man of evil repute), to disc, uat all the Car tain Kidds in the r'ujh njggets ana pure gold of character stowed away inside his barnacb d timbers. He has made Jlm Bjr Smith, the general utility man and stand-by of the Hrooks" household, * six-foot idvi: of faithful love in a selfish world and an exponent r,f op? timism and deli'erste drollery, to ge-t down to the good-comradeship in the Jieart of the public and be roc. gnized as a man to tie to. H s Kmma. the wife of Joe- Uro: k?. the go d girl, with her father's fine sense cf honor and her own courage and cheer, is a wholesome heroine to find in a prob? lem pity and there with the irritat? ing in: the t-in law. the ingenue small s : ter. and the Japanese- val* t wbo U Captain Hill's family, make up the persons of the play." Pittsburg Too Profane. Because the increasing use cf blas? phemous phrates in the public streets has made Pitt-burg one of the most profane dioceses in the jurisdiction of the American Catholic Church, '.he Rt. Rev. P.ishop J. F. Regia Canevln has issued a letter to pastors order? ing the establishment within So days of branches of the Holy Name Socie? ty in every parish ?>f the diocese. The bishop urges this plan as a moans of protesting against :hc public sins ? of blasphemy, obKconlLj, and profanl (ty?Pittsburg Dispatch to New York : American. Frightful Fate Averted. "I would have boon a cripple for life, from a terrible cut on my knee rap"" writes Frank Disberry. Kelllher. Minn, "without Bucklen's Arnica Saive, which soon cured me" Infal? lible for wounds, ruts and bruises. It soon cure's Burns, S< -ild*. Old rores. Holls. Skin Eruptions. World's beat fer PSea. 25c at Aoademv Pharmacy Co. and Pctzolds Drug Co. NOTICE. Patrons of the Newport News Light I and Water Company are hereby re? minded thit water bill-- must be paid by the loth inst. A." delinquencies on the 11th Inst will have their snp ply rut off pursuant to notice given all ronsumers. VKWPORT NKWS LIGHT AND W'VTER. COMPANY. PLB. MAXVnXB. Superintendent . 11. ha assd rrssa tae knwr ef tSL. Cwaksasa Snap and rute-nra rHwtsneni ar? anld rsaiisgt aM tV ?orn Potior Drag A A scene fraea "Paid ?? Fati."