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AT THE ACADEMY THIS WEEK In I Monday Night?"Richard Carle, -Mary? Lamb." Thursday Night?-Tnt Red Mill." Si - Richard Carle. Richard Carlo's m ng la one of the bin; features of the season with musical comedy lovers, and be is one star who is al? ways sure of a good house. He will be at the Academy to? morrow night, and the heavy advance sale indicates (bat flKrW " anaaaFT"' !iab'' I MdHiTfri Jm\W ,"'?'Bk ""' season s j .;?;,\'-AJmiW? I U?? tint 1 - ?r -- ??' ? Of the adaafkU luentary notice! submitted by the advance man, fol I w nig Is ( ne w Inch ; 1' appeared In the, Minneapolis Tribune recently: "Kit-hard Carle would not be so, singular If he were plural. That Is to any, if there were more than oue < of him. or another like him. the keen pleasure we feel In watching his quaintly original and altogether tr-1 resistiulc c micallty might not lie ' unite no, ?o?well, 'you catch my j . '*To begin all over again, there is' ??tly c<ne Richard Carle and the Twltvl vltles have hlin for the week. Carl?! is a true comedian: sp ntaneous, j agiie. funny in every Joint and motion ; as well ms in thought and expression, and has in addition a creative power guided by keen intelligence behind | his fiinmaklng He kih wk the game from start to finish; knows what the public wants in his line and how to 'manufacture it, hnlsh it bad Market It. He is always m the picture, tie 0411se the picture is always tn Rich? ard Carle. The funny smile, the sad? ness that Is stltl funnier and the legs and arms that are funniest of all ttokle one's risibilities year after year In nearly the same place, but they always tickle them hard. "In "Mary's ljimb.' Mr. Carle has liidlsputalffy the best show he has brought to Minneapolis ?ince 'The Tenderfoot,' and many will doubtless place it above that famous produc? tion. Carle appears absolutely with? out makeup, ami with very little ev Hggeratlnn of contained, but he merge* bin angular peieonaMty ho cleverly into that of the bcn-p?cked ami down-trodden I.eander Lamb, with so many skillful touches of facial and >>odll.\ expression and voice inflec? tion, that he seems, despite its j bread burlesque, to be accomplishing a genuine character inij>ersonatlon. | His company Is very acceptable | throughout .and more than acceptable here and there. His chores is pretty, i splendidly trained, tireless-, active and ; attractive in appearance. Musical numbers* abound, and though ncne of the music I? memorable or partlc i.larly original. !t serves Iis purpose Thorv are many pretty surprise-, tlta: if - The Modest Utile Model' be Ing the most daring, though stoppln short of Impropriety. Noticeable sniong a number of good voices Is the beautiful soprano \ r Violet Bettln, who plays Phvllis Miss Kenten his the vocal faults of most musical comedy singers, but her voice as yel has not succumbed to abuse and Is freeit. full ui>d of level} quality. Julia Ralph succeeds in m iking Mrs. Umli a virago with ut making her alto getber unattractive. Joseph O. Coff- ' man done a polywyll-iblc and very: conversational negro servant capita!- ' ly. Adele Aroher ts rather stunning as Hylvia Mont rose, but * inefficient. There are many kaleido ecopb bits that help the composition of on sbsurd or pretty picture, but ihey are too numerous to mention f-lngiy. " 'Mary I.nmb' was adopted by Mr. Carle from a French farce, an 1 ?I Is perhaps unmt-e*sarv to say that he also wrote tbe 1?, : - and the must, and staged the pity. St ?t win) be seen ?bat he knows rbe game from all sides and those who 011 joy 'Mary's I stub* will agree ihat he knows U well.'' '^?^-V^^v-w^ ,----?;?;? *w -? .e-.gr yr=T- -r~--?-r-r::^trv-jaai Explaining the Invention, First Act, "Tht\Red Mill, tlonj aie always given during day? light, making the possl! ilit> of ire a most remote contingency. To care for visitors who Stay become ill. from any caurH ? temporary iiosp.tai hi s boon established under the diric tlon of the village doc-Ur with attend ants and nurses. I Scams! reset* have been engaged In tnHking the multi-colored costumes for the past six months. These ne M will cre.;t In the uelghbot ho d of $2". 000. 1 The principal rob s kngttbCT win' their Impersonators, as furnished the etaee* mi New the production has boeu Improved, if it Is changed at all. The scent's Of "The Red Mill" are .aid In picturesque and quaint country of Holland of the present day. the itlmosphere lending Itself to a faith fa)] port rayal of the drkan, canals und the little red nulls of the small |hitch klngd in, with the pocaliar nnetumei Of the offlclais and peasnnis which are relieved by tourists from America and 1 uglainl , The story has tu dt? with two ven iiiresonie spirits who are "d iug" Europe on thefr nerve rather than 1 their purse, but who strike a snag in a little Dutch town, where they i Noitl, oVrmaii Ucyd I are caught 111 the act of leaving the; [hotel by the window, w ith their hoard i ? bill unpaid. They are sentenced by, iho burgomaster (ibe atayoe) to WOrtl < ut their debt to the imikee|>er j Das adtt us the porter and the. other as the waiter. In these disguises thev i end themselves the harmless victims I Of extraordinary circumstances, hav? ing lo assume Innumerable disguises before funds arrive frt m America tnd tney settle their indebtedness. Mr. lilossom has reunited out his ,-t< ry by bringing into the play two I wiung lovers who are so timely 1 lieiped by the tt urti g pair. 1 I Victor Herbei t has also d. ue his ; share in furnishing a sure which' j consists of some twenty ?nslftaj, num j bers. Thev include "Beery l>ay is, I.adits' Day With Me.' You Never ' ' 'in Tell About a Woman." "Co. While 'be Coin's Good.rfce Streets tf 1 MOW Wik." Because TonTIW Yotl.'" "The Isle of Our Dreams.' and "I Want You to Marry Me." The Okel includes iP-ri <> iSwor as j Oca Knldtr, I mukcr Wtntds as Kid Ol nnor. Otto Koenier, Alvin Uitighliu. ' Carl ilartberg. S. W SKtt. Harry It ' Met lain. Cecil Summers and the Misses Agnes Major. Yorn.ce Maitvn Adeline Stern. Georgia Harvey and a big chorus, including the six litt e Dutch Kiddies. al*o an augment, d, vocally j orchestra. The advance sale of .-eats opens at he box office Tuesday morning at !? icl.ck where the similarity between charac? ter and author Is most startling Is I 'n the fact that they were both mem - but* 1 I Th" Raw Boy nie Oub, from I which Thibault de 1 ri Ucy Is repre? sented as ex|M'llliig Justin QmtMeb, the Jewish banker against all of whose I kindred Cioucy is waging an anti ' Semitic war. Like tie Croucy, too, I Ben.stein has run through two for? tunes, and by his pou. is now amass ? ng a third. His earning- from "The Thief alt ne w ere over fdJM?MB. The I tinly in the last net of ? isreal." care ;u"y des--ribotl by Bernstein in his htanttecrlpt Of the piny, is an exact replica of the playwright s own work? shop in Paris. Its heavy carpet ifi lie- Bed Id stittc the noise of hlB footstep,* us he paces nervously up and a)0wb. thinking oil di.uuati situ? ation, and surre uuded on all sides by ,ieiK Us with which to 11 te down -erap- of tlialoglie. until the entire scene is written. Money, with which the hero of "Is? real," as with the author of the play, is the greatest iuUucnco in life. It is the sole source of social discipline. To some extent it even takes the place of religion. In the play, just as Thlbauli de Cr ucy turns to hts own nuia/.ement to he of Jewish parentage; so too. Mr. Borrrfteln is of the very race around whose quulltic. and defects he has built the plot of his newest drama Because of hU ' _ . j America!' pareutagc?his mother hav remcrsoless rove ami vi . id reality of Iin* b*('D born ta ?altimore?it Is said the playwright s newest drama ;t!la'- V1r- Bernstein personally cares ' Isreal." The play la a oiaptcr taken j n,f ro for ? si,,Fio *wcf** in Au?lT:, a ,. .... ,, . . than lor a st ries of triumphs ,n directly out of Mr. BerniKdii s own I j J ' life. Mr. Frohtnati is a receal le*ttor I to Mr. Bernstein, remarked upon the greater realism 01 this play over any- j thing else the author has done. M- 1 Baiuateth replied: "That Is as it' should bdj I live,) ir. Sreal' before I WToto it " Playwrights and budding authors?j take notice. First act your drama, then w rite it. The character, Thibault 1 Carle Interviewed. "1 am often asked the question. "Where do you get all the none senso that you put into your musical :o;ie,lies?" said Richard Carle one day last week. He was seated on ? piano stool in his apartments, one baud on the keyboard of the instru? ment. On top of the piano were two Richard Carte and the Bathing, Riding, Football and Automobile Girls in "Mary's Lamb". Ober Ammergau Passion Play 1910. Girat picparatit ns aie bi in? made in the Utile tnonnta ti hidden village 0! Ole-r Aniniergau. Bavaria, for in production of thu Passion Plaj beg .. York, the oidoial roprtsetnatna if, the Pasyton Play ct mru'ttoe of Ober who the Crow... who i, the central fignre "I.- real,' aristot r.uic tn m-tnner. '? Elegant arum." a well-thumbed Bible, Ammcrgau are Prologue. Anton I aulfaor,me iu m-arlng. vim plenty of Darwin's "Origift of Species." three Ut-i hncr. Choir Under. Jacob Rut*. , ,.nvmWi a,Jd 6y make more. Is small n te books and a dozen sheets wh noted in the some oapncitv In ? ? 1 ~ Itto: Chr st. Anton Utng. who acted 1 ?-^nst. .:, Kvoryih.ug about the of music. famous collection of poems, the '"Lyra iii?g in May an,] continuing until the j this ml, in l'tOu; It Im. Albrecht Bir- '? two men ""W-"' f?rce "The Red Mill." Thursday night at the Academy tri sttractloK will be the Herbert-Blue ?om musical comedy. "TaV> Red Mill." whirh was one of the few reallv Vila r*gwt musics! offsr'ngs of last season middle of SepteniiHr next year. Many imiroveiucut? have alrcadv lx-<n madt Tbre-e of the street! lading to the grtat aud'tt rium have total ? Ml and as has aUo the ;lar? in from of the ticket office. A largf pbottKmpher's sfndio ha?, boen erect ed n^xt the drer.-ing ro-iu and ai protevtitm against frre a statir-n has ling: Pet< r. Aasttn as I^ang: Judas. Jnbai-n Zwink. th'rd time. Pilate. Se bastain Bauer -rcond time, and Magdalene. Maria Wayr Most r* rare prtnciplas in the comiuinr Keen taepUtrhed in which 21 men ?r? tbe 'cme. and it is de dared that the to be detailed. The rwprenewta "tvpry Oay is Ladies' Day With Me," m "Tho Red MM. The life of J ? Where do I get my ideas? be re each is a perpetual fever. Nock- bet-j plated -Well. I can get Ideas even Ter rhan Ml Batata knows the con- out of Darwin.' and he picked up the ?stfow attending the quest cf pleas-j "Origin of Species." "You know," he nre in I'aris Thibault we Croucy !s went en. it is only a step from the ?- , j also represented as having gone sublime lo the ridiculous from the Henri Bernstein Dramatizes Himself, iiirnugb everything that Paris has to ?erkms to the frivol.us. For Instance, It hn? Just become known. Ihrough I offer r>? mgat Bernstein like hi* you take Darwin. Did on> man ever some t orrespomle.iee l?tween lleiirl j hero. Thibault ,!e Croucy, baa been i live who took life more seriously? In Bernstein and Charles Frohman that J through it all. and as he says him ? his own serious way he observed the t'-.ere h. .,? behind the | elf, i> ..- . , m- rt 1 cor.qae-er " Du: odd conceits of men and animals., and set them down In his serkus manner. Now. if you have an eye for the n dW-nlour. you can read Darwin and merely by a trick twist the serious Into the laughable. Animals are ! Jokers, and you con get Ideas from a j dog. Nobody can lock at a doscb j shund without sntl'ing. and to me - j French poodle i? a bora Joke. "Ot.-ketis h? a never failing inspire j ticn. No man that ever wrote the I English language created so many j types as Dickens. Why not use him ( e? an InspirlaUon* 1 r*- ?*! the Btble s rm ttme? to get nt the value of j words. 1 never realized the oeaa'y of tnnt word acquainted' until I read tn the Old Testament. He was a man of ?ofTow?, and acquainted wtta grief And i always carry n copy or t?. of poems with ne. foe owe mnet read werwe If he especta to write lyrics In This Lyra FJegantVamm are some of the qoainteat nod m at ?U1 gable vers? es 1 tore ?vry read. I can find there of every kind t f verse and You'v. got to bore qoeer rmjates for lyric* ~mw, taast's far the more ?ertous part of the worn." Mr Carle cm tinned. 1 etndj every sort of character that I tweet, and go oat of at/ way to aeaet them Yon can't get much of a re Local Attraction linen that gei (he biggest laughs conic to me on the stage. 1 can always feel tn a certain stage situation that that there Is a laugh timing for Just the right luif. I throw myself heart and scul into the scene and say just ? what I wou'd say iu real life If such a situation should arise Sometimes I put in hair a dozen different Hues until 1 gi t the cue | want. The an dunce has to be Ihe judge. Wueti tin people out there m tue theater Wugn at a Hue and laugh heartily, I know tt? lino s good. They kuuw: 1 only tumk I know." ' Is it h irder U be a comedian than a tragedian? ' Mr. Carle was asked. T don't know." ho replied, ? I never tried to be a tragedian. Thero'^ enough tiagedy II trying to be a come dian.' ?Chicago Inter Oc an RICHARD CARLE. ,'ety of types in the fashionable res taurants or in what Is gent rally known as "si.eie\y." So I mix?mix with all sorts and conditions of peo? ple, i have attended liicet'ngs of cab drivers and railroad brakemen, gone into sweuUbops, carried on lengtby ectivcrsfclions with bellboys, sjamt an evening in a Salvation Army lodging house-. Th.ae are the places w here you get character in the r< ut;h Of course. It's all off if the people 1 visit know I am a. comedian. Thou they try to be funny, and It takes a trained man to be funny when he's trying. j Then you'd be surprised at the sug? gestions 1 get from people. I have a ' lot of friends and acquaintance art over the country, and. of oof.rse, they are always seeing some odd character or hearing some good story. Many of hang racking cough thai had defied all Falve Alarm About Crane. A paragraph u a Springfield, Mass.. newspaper has caused some ainuse nK-nt among the friends of William 11 Crane, who is touring with Charles rni'uuan's production of "Fattier and the Hoys." Mr. Crane has Just left Springfield where he had been pla> ing when the nowspapci in question appealed wuli this heading: ' Father and the Beys Arrested for Chickeu Stealing Last Night." It appeared that "Father" had been ' pinched, redhuiidod in the coop with nine head less fow.'s in his possession, and "The Hoys" were with him. to wit two sons who were being instructed by a father's hand. Forced Into Exile. Wra. I'lchuroh. of Glen Oak, Okia, was an exile from homo. M'tun'aln air. be thought, would cure a frightful them-take the trouble to write me, or ihey hunt me up and teil ine about these things, if 1 get something 1 cau use out of, say. every twenty letters, tr out of every twenty stories. I make a note of It. "Here," he picked one of the notebooks, -are notes on three mfalliDle for Coughs and CoMs. it fffd characters that I expect to put Into pels Hoarseness and Sere Throat ray ntx. neMteal comedy. I know what Cur. s Grip, Bronchitis, Honiorrhages. n-niedie? fcx two years. After six months he relumed, death dosging bis sl*ps. Tlum I began to use Dr. King's New Discovery," "no writes, ?ami after taking six bottles 1 am as well as ovo,-."' It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung diseases. the character* are to he, and I've got bits tf the dinlogue I'm going to give , them. In tny trunk 1 re got a half a dozen songs, < ne of them ten years old. They're a'l good sings but I've never been able tt> place them where I i warn tht-:u. "'I've done with feewed writing said, the comedian. "Fi r one cf my plays 1 did so much work every diy. When the pl'ty wat | i't ilucod it lacked spon . taneity. Now l wait for inspiration. : This piano has been Is my room now f r ten days, and every day I have sat dtwii here an I fussed over the keys, bad mulling has come out of it. Tomtrrcw | may sit down and a tune will come to me. Once I get a tune I never forget If. Sometimes I write the !yr:c first, sometimes the tune. "The Lem.n* sc.ng in The Spring Chicken" came u> mi- as a sort of In f pirlat ou one diy between renearsais. I bad the word-i for three weeks, but >OjdBM tit music to them until this day. lu the same way I wrote 'Polly,' s h .oh was the btggest seller in 'The Maid and the Mummy." " But after all," said Mr. Carle, t I Asthma. Croup. Whooping Cough. 50o and $1."". 'rial bottle free, guaran? teed by Academy Pharmacy Co., Petz old's Drug Co. MISS ADELE RAFTZR With Richard Carle in "'Mary's Lamb." Don't Buy a "TYPEWRITER" Until You Have Seen and Tried ? Monarch Visible Let Us Give You a Demonstration GHARLESC. EPES ft BRO.. 2909 Washing ton #Avenue .:. .: Dealers Newport News Furniture Co., Goods sold en time at CA?? PP.iCCS. $60.00 worth of Fi.? to--* One Do"ar per week. Mahc use of our dnjnifted credit plan. Newport News Furniture Go., $007-t WeetHiiften Ave. ?