Concert program for the opera Carmen by the French composer Georges Bizet. Performers included Sydney Ayres as Don Jose and Izetta Jewel as Carmen.
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THE Bungalow Theatre Program Devoted to the Baker Stock Co Geo L. Baker GEN MGR Portland Oregon BUNGALOW THEATRE EMPIRE THEATRE CO., Inc., Lessee Home of Portland's Famous BAKER STOCK COMPANY Controlled by Baker Amusement Company (Inc.) DIRECTORS Geo. L, Baker Calvin Heilig Milton W. Seaman John F. Logan STAFF Geo. L. Baker.............................................General Manager. Milton W. Seaman ............................................Business Manager la. B. Pearl ............................................................Treasurer Norma Seaman ..............................................Assistant Treasurer Walter Reed ..................................................Advertising; Agent Sid Zetoscb ...........................................................Main Door Theodore Schultz ...................................................Scenic Artist Frank M. Griffin ...............................................Leader Orchestra H. B. MeCabe ..................................................Master Mechanic A. Labrasche ......................................................Property Man Vol. I THE CHADWICK & BURROWES CO. 511 Corbett Building Publishers of Program Inc. No. 32 Bos Office open from 10 a. m. until 10 p. unseats may be secured six days In advance Prices—25c, 35 and 50c; Matinee Prices—15c and'25c. Matinees Sunday and Saturday. Western Academy School of Acting Opens its 9th year September 1st. The largest and most generally recognized School of Acting and Expression in the West f~\ Practical Stage Training, Voice Culture, Stage Technic, Make-up. We control two stock companies, which are open to our pupils; aside from the constant demand from local and out-of-town managers. Twelve teachers. Entire top floor Mulkey Block, corner Second and Morrison streets. Phone Main 9212. WILLIAM M. RASMUS, Business Manager. Headquarters for the Northwestern Theatrical Booking Agency. 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We Collect Rent on Half Our Own Building 8183-63 Cfpk^Dr; GWID/iVL< corner SXARK FURNITURES WHO CAN SELL THE CHEAPEST Not In Trust Commencing Sunday Matinee, April 11, 1909 Thirty-first Week of the BAKER STOCK COM PAN Y At the Bungalow Theatre, in CARMEN An adaptation from the story of Prosper Merimee, by Henry Hamilton Produced under the stage direction of Donald Bowles. Earl D. Dwire, stage manager CAST OF CHARACTERS AS THEY FIRST APPEAR Bernal D'Alia, Lance Corporal_______________________________________________Mr. Howard Russell frof. MMRingIer> GRACE AND EASE OF MANNER Are the results of a course of dancing at this school. Private instruction daily. Classes Monday, Wednesday and Friday-evenings, 7 to 9 o'clock. Children Saturday 2 to 4. Social hop every Saturday evening and Fortnightly hop on Second and Fourth-Thursday of each month. Ringler Natatorium Now Open Learn to Swinv THE GINGERBREAD MAN Famous Musical Comedy at Baker Theatre all This Week, Better Than Ever When presented in this city last season. The Gingerbread Man left behind it an impression of fun, beautiful music and stage pictures that have served to keep it fresh in the minds of everyone fortunate enough to have seen it. It is again with us, and is tube seen at the Baker all this week, with all the same important principals, including Ross Snow, Adele Archer, Eleanor Waring and others. This is the biggest and most important attraction to be offered at the Baker for this entire season, and in fact there has been no more entertaining musical show appear at any theatre for a long time. There is no more popular form of entertainment than musical comedy when it is right, and The Gingerbread Man, with its famous Mother Goose stories and characters, appeals to the imagination and delights the children as nothing else could. Many missed it last season, not knowing about it, but they should not make the mistake again. A slight advance is made on some down stairs seats, but the balcony is the same, which gives our patrons an opportunity to see for fifty cents, one of the best $1.50 attractions that will come West this year. Matinees will be given Wednesday and Saturday, and seats should be secured at once as the demand is heavy for all performances. White Rose Fancy Hand Laundry French Dry Cleaning, Pressing* Repairing and Alterations. 345 Yamhill St. Phone Main 3405 CAST OF CHARACTERS. Pedro Diaz, Sergeant____________ _____________......_______________________Mr. Ronald Bradbury Don Jose Libengoa, Corporal________________________________ __......_________Mr. Sydney Ayres Don Manuel Sarceda, Lieutenant_______________________________________________Mr. William Dills Teresa----------------------------------------------------.________________________Miss Louise Kent Anita____......____________......______________________________________________Miss Ruth Lechler EscamiJlo, muleteer and toreador______________________________......__________Mr. James Gleason Carmen________________________________________________________.........._______Miss Izetta Jewel Dolores_______ ___________.......___________......__________________________Miss Maribel Seymour THE ART SHOP, Medical bldg.c™"™575-0 • Old English Prints, Picture Frames, John Cort will present at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, the ARENA, featuring John L. Sullivan and one hundred of the world's leading athletic celebrities. The ARENA will be located on the Amusement Street and will have a seating capacity of 5,700. This style of amusement is an innovation in exposition amusements, and should prove to be one of the princ i-pal attractions of the big Seattle Fair this summer. Don't fail to visit THE ONE BIG SHOW. W. W. M I N A R SUCCESSOR TO INHOFF C MINAR set Marble and Granite Monuments All Kinds of Cemetery Work S» 335 E. MORRISON STREET Maude—"You were devoted to no fewer than five girls before you finally proposed to me. How do I know that you didn't make desperate love to all of them?" Jack—"I certainly did. You don't suppose for a moment that I would be foolhardy enough to try for such a prize as you are without practicing a little first, do you?" Swetland's for Luncheon A little ways down the street CAST OF CHARACTERS: Bancaire, smuggler________________________________------........-----------...Mr. Earl D. Dwire Lillias Pastia_________......____.........-----------.....----------------------Mr. Walter Eenfort Beppo_____.........._________________________.....----.....----------------Mr. Stanford S. Gould Zara_______...............________-_____________________......------------------Miss Hazel Jewel Priest.__.............______________________________.....--------.........-----Mr. William Gleason Soldiers, Smugglers, Bull-fighters, Factory-girls and Populace The incidental and entre-acte music for this production is from the opera Carmen, by Bizet- FINE CUT FLOWERS at CLARKE BROS. 287 MORRISON ST. Guaranteed Tailoring This is our guarantee. We will allow you to select from our line of fine materials for Ladies Dresses, etc., will make you a garment that will be in the latest style, will guarantee its fit and will make it for no more than what a ready-made garment would cost. Call and let us show you our fine line of materials. A. ZIDELL, Ladies Tailor 41 Hamilton Building 131 Third Street Pony Express ■HI Baggage Delivered to Any Part of the City NORTH THIRD STREET Phone Main 7514 This is Meet Him Face to Face Ladies Sample Suits, Coats Skirts and Shirtwaists Sixth Floor Marquam Building Rooms 614-61 5 I Save You Ten Dollars Telephone Main 7897 163 Second St., bet. Morrison and Yamhill SYNOPSIS OF SCENES ACT I—A square in Seville. ACT II—Patio of Lillias Pastia's wine shop. ACT III—A ravine in the mountains. ACT IV—Exterior of the bull-ring at Cordova. LAST ACT—A man is known by the candy he gives. Give the girl Lcwney's. At The Perkin Hotel Pharmacy. Real Chinamen to Be Actors in Next Week's Production With Baker Stock Company The first stock production in this city of the famous Chinese drama, * The First Born,'* will be given by the Baker stock company all next week at this theatre. It will open Sunday matinee as usual, and in addition to all the regular members who are cast as Chinese characters, several genuir*3 Chinamen have been secured which will add greatly to the novelty and interest. The scene is laid in old Chin a town, [San Francisco, one of the wonders of travelers on the American continent previous to the earthquake, and the plot deals with the never ceasing war that is being raged amongst the different Tongs and Highbinder Societies. The play is extremely picturesque and the atmospere of the always semi-gloomy old Oriental spot iin a hustling, bustling New World, is at once felt by the audiences. It is at the same time thrilling and a sense of danger prevails in the air constantly. It is the story of the cold blooded murder of a prattling little child for the sake of vengeance on its father, and the swift retribution visited on its murderers. The First Born is a play in but one act and two scenes, and is not quite long enough to occupy an entire evening, so Manager Baker will present, for the first time on any stage, a brilliant and exciting war sketch written by Carlysle Mcore, formerly a member of Baker stock ccmpany and its Stage Director, in connection with it. This one act play entitled "Sheridan's Ride," and it is nothing but action and excitement from the moment the curtain rises to the great climax which introduces a battle scene with horse, cannon and company of militiamen in the thick of the fight. Next week will certainly be novel and sensational enough to wake up the senses of the most blase theatre goer, and will doubtless play to crowded houses all the time. THE ART SHOP MEDICAL BUILDING, PARK AND ALDER STS. Original Pictures, Old English Prints, Carbons, Etchings, Engravings, Picture Frames THE FIRST BORN NEXT WEEK Mina Crolius Gleason Young people trained for stage or platform. ' Actors coached for special parts. Amateur societies rehearsed. Students given opportunity for public appearance by Mr. George L. Baker. Spring term commences January 5th. Students may enter at any time. Address, Mrs. M. C. Gleason, Phones Main 6588. a 4692 FOR OYSTERS After the Show Let's Go to The Jewel 343 Morrison Street, Near Seventh a. g. Day and h. l. Day, Props. O l_l O DDC DC THE "dolly varden" serves their famous OnVyrrE.riO 20-cent lunch at all hours :: :: try it Furniture from Gevurtz & Sons. Pianos from Sherman, Clay & Co. Draperies from Meier & Frank Co. Turkish Rugs from Atiyeh Bros. PimhOb CnoHiek PwSII THE ONLY GENUINE IN THE CITY Ull aiU S dpaniSII Unil $8? 124 West Park Street, Near Washington Street GRAND OPENING Maple Dancing Pavillion SIXTEENTH andWASHINGTON Thursday Evening, April 15,1909 ADMISSION FREE Finest Floor and Orchestra in the City. Everything New. Come and Bring Your Friends Leave Your Money With Our Portland Mechanics Let them make your clothes in place of buying1 Eastern ready-made clothing. Our popular prices on made to order suits are within the limit of every man. Clothes with character and style. Werner-Petterson Co. tailors Twelve Years in Business 146 Second Street, Bet. Morrison and Aider Portland Photo Supply Co. We Sell KODAKS and SUPPLIES Developing' and Finishing 149 Third Street Portland, Oregon He—"Do you believe that the language of love is a kiss?" She—"Yes! let's talk." —The --■ THE HEILIG THEATRE Fourteenth and Washington :: Phones: Main 1; ai122 3 MGHTS Thursday APRIL 15 Special Price Matinee Saturday RICHARD CARLE As the Henpecked Hero in His Merry Musical Gambol "MARY'S LAMB" Every Girl a Beauty :: Every Song a Hit PRICES: EVENING: Lower Floor, First 10 Rows .]'. . . $2.00 Lower Floor, Last 6 Rows .... 1.50 Balcony, . $1.00,75c, 50c. Gallery, . 50c MATINEE : Lower Floor, . . . . . . . $1.50, $1.00 Balcony,! . $1.00, 75c, 50a Gallery, . 50c Seat Sale Opens Tuesday, April 13, at This Theatre* AT THE HEILIG THEATRE NEXT WEEK 4 NIGHTS BiSKi5J&G APRIL 18 Special Price Matinee Wednesday America's Most Beautiful Actress LILLIAN RUSSELL Presented by Joseph Brooks in Her Latest Comedy Success "WILDFIRE" Seat Sale Opens Friday, April 16. Evenings, $2 to 50c. Matinee, $1.50 to 50c 65gX\ OUR TRANSCONTINENTAL SERVICE a includes the famous "NORTH COAST LIMITED" i i Elegant and Modern. Call on or address A. D. CHARLTON, Gen'l Pass, Agent, Third and Morrison for quotations of fares and full information . TBI MOULT FUJI, MrjrS FIMT IT., rOBTIAKO.
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April 11, 1909
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