Concert program for the Portland Season of Grand Opera featuring the Chicago Grand Opera Company. The musical director was Cleofonte Campanini. The season ran from March 31 to April 2, 1913 and included the following operas: The Jewels of the Madonna by Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari, Thais by Jules Massenet, the second act from Tales of Hoffman by Jules Offenbach followed by Hansel and Gretel by Humperdinck, and Lucia di Lammermoor by Donizetti. A dance performance followed Hansel and Gretel: Grand Ballet Divertissement featuring dancer Rosina Galli and Corps de Ballet.
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PORTLAND SEASON OF GRAND OPERA 1913 By the Chicago Grand Opera Company Orpheum Theatre Formery Heilig's Theatre Broadway and Taylor Streets The Kings and Queens of Song Will afford you unbounded delight; every note will carry to you its message, for behind every note lies the soul of the artist. The chef at The Portland makes his appeal in a different manner, but he is none the less a true artist, and his handiwork speaks a universal language. Tonight—any night—after the curtain has rung down you'll find our Grill a scene of gaiety and animation. Soft lights, the clink of crystal and the sheen of spotless napery—the gay crowds discussing the singers and their songs—noiseless waiters bearing aloft smoking viands to tempt you with their goodness. Service at The Portland is a service dignified, unobtrusive, courteous—one that maintains an ease and a poise that carries no discordant note to people of culture and refinement. Daily in the Grillroom from 3:30 to 6, the ladies of Portland and their friends are delightfully entertained at tea. There you will see bevys of smartly gowned women intent upon the newest fashion, the latest play, some domestic affair of common interest or, that most absorbing of all topics—their newly-found civic responsibilities. Our own Orchestra discourses sweetest music every afternoon and evening. The Portland Hotel Q. J. KAUFMANN, Manager N. K. CLARKE, Assistant Manager Morrison, Yamhill, Sixth and Broadway Entrances on all streets Tetrazinni says: "It is wonderful!" "The Autopiano is a blessing in every home. I can play the great operas with the same feeling on with which I sing them. I love to play it—it is wonderful. No player piano equals it." The Autopiano Exclusive Pacific Coast Distributors Broadway Formerly Seventh at Alder Mary Garden says: "It is supreme!" "It is supreme in the rendition of good music, since follows artistically the interpretation of the singer, giving a dignified reading of the classics." The Autopiano Exclusive Pacific Coast Distributors Broadway Formerly Seventh at Alder Another Great Treat for our patrons at Accadian Gardens Multnomah Hotel THE FOUR GREAT PUNCHINELLOS In Character Singing and Entertaining also MISS CLARA HOWARD, The Dainty Musical Comedy Comedienne, MISS EVELYN GILBERT, The Sweet Soloist. and KONSKY'S ORCHESTRA. Special Matinee Performance—12:30 to 2:00. Evenings—6:30 to 8:30; 10:30 to 12:30. H. C. BOWERS, Manager. GAINER THIGPEN, Assistant Manager. OREGON TAXICAB COMPANY A 2242 Brown Taxicab Main 250 Season of Grand Opera March 31 to April 2, 1913 Presented by Chicago Grand Opera Company ANDREAS DIPPEL, General Manager BERNHARD ULRICH Business Manager CLEOFONTE CAMPANINI General Musical Director ORPHEUM THEATRE Formerly Heilig's Theatre Lois Steers-Wynn Coman Columbia Building Local Management THE COMPANY ARTISTS (Names arranged in alphabetical order) SOPRANI Mmes. Marie Cavan Jane Osborn-Hannah Luisa Tetrazzini Jenny Dufau Mabel Riegelman Helen Warrum Minnie Egener Helen Stanley Carolina White Mary Garden MEZZO-SOPRANI AND ALTI Mmes. Louise Berat Ruby Heyl Margaret Keyes The Steinway Piano The fame of the STEINWAY, by which all other pianos are measured and judged, is not merely local or national. It is international, universal, worldwide, and is the recognition, in the strongest possible manner, of a work of art that in its line is unequaled and unrivaled. Sherman Clay & Co. Sixth and Morrison Sts. Opposite Postoffice. 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The Autopiano is now quite generally recognized as the most useful, most practical agency for teaching good music to the masses of the people. Every U. S. battleship of the Pacific squadron is now equipped with from one to three Autopianos—no other is now used. When it is considered that the men-of-war now go to every port of the world through every degree of climate and humidity—that is a test for reliability and durability that should satisfy every buyer. The Autopiano costs practically no more than an ordinary piano of equally high grade. Payments of a few dollars each month pay for it. The Nation's Largest Broadway at Alder The MIGHTY MICHIGAN "40" Is Part of the Evening's Pleasure. 1913 Models Now Ready $1850 F. O. B. Portland MICHIGAN AUTO & BUGGY COMPANY 369 HAWTHORNE AVENUE W. A. WILDRICK, Manager The Newest Perfume Queen Lily Valiant Perfume Co. Seventy-Five Cents the Ounce Woodard, Clarke & Co. Marshall 4700 The Quick Service Drug Store A 6171 You Phone Alder Street at West Park We Deliver OREGON TAXICAB COMPANY A 2242 Brown Taxi cab Main 250 Ask For MOST WHOLESOME At All Grocers BAKED TO PERFECTION The modern polish and cleanser National Mineral Mfg. Co. Inc. PHONE MAIN 2048 629 WASHINGTON STREET In Harmony With the delightful Music which you are enjoying, the dainty, after the play luncheon at the Hazelwood follows as a matter of course The Hazelwood Washington at Tenth Entrance on Alder Street, too TENORI Messrs. Francesco Daddi Aristodemo Giorgini Kurt Schoenert Charles Dalmores George Hamlin Emilio Venturini Giuseppe Gaudenzi Edmond Warnery BARITONI Messrs. Armand Crabbe Georges Mascal Giovanni Polese Hector Dufranne Frank Preisch Nicolo Fossetta Clarence Whitehill BASSI Messrs. Gustave Huberdeau Henri Scott Vittorio Trevisan Constantin Nicolay MUSICAL DIRECTION CLEOFONTE CAMPANINI, General Musical Director Marcel Charlier Ettore Perosio ASSISTANT CONDUCTORS Messrs. 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SMITH 1411 Sixth Street Phones: Main 7215 A 3121 STAGE DIRECTOR Fernand Almanz STAGE MANAGER CHORUS MANAGER BALLET MASTER Joseph Engel Pietro Nepoti Luigi Albertieri PREMIERE DANSEUSE ETOILE PREMIERE DANSEUSE Rosina Galli Julie Hudak TECHNICAL DIRECTION SCENIC ARTIST William Bairstow Julian L. Macdonald CHIEF ELECTRICIAN MASTER OF PROPERTIES George Fuller George Lowe HEADS OF WARDROBE DEPARTMENT Mme. A. Fromknecht Mr. Joseph Banasiak LIBRARIAN John Hoffman PROMPTERS G. Frangiolini F. Vecchi STAGE ASSISTANT Sam Katzman OREGON TAXICAB COMPANY A 2242 Brown Taxicab Main 250 The Bank of Personal Service WE WISH an opportunity of speaking with you regarding your bank account and the superior service we can render you. Our Commercial Department is fully equipped for the handling of large as well as small accounts in every line of business. Our Savings Department is complete in every detail and pays 4 per cent interest. 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Motor Se-vice Bldg., Cornell Road, Twenty-third and Washington Streets Phones Main 4542 and Al 127 OREGON TAXICAB COMPANY A 2242 BROWN TAXICAB Main 250 THE LIPPARD-STEWART A Portland owner of both Lippard-Stewart and other delivery cars, after exhaustive comparative tests, reports a saving of from 30 to 40 per cent in the cost of operation in favor of the Lippard-Stewart. . The following Portland firms use the Lippard-Stewart commercial wagon: J. E. Kelly Jones Market Meier & Prank Olds, Wortman & King The Mt. Scott Park Cemetery Rallon & Wright Chanslor & Lyon The Oregon Journal People's Fruit & Product Company Delivery cars, any style body, different length chassis. Hotel blisses, ambulances, funeral cars, police patrols! We can give you a combination wagon, one that can be used for both pleasure and commercial purposes. The Moores Motor Car Company Alder at Sixteenth OREGON DISTRIBUTORS Portland, Oregon Cadillac The automobile that is honestly constructed sold at an honest price, a price that gives to the user the greatest real value obtainable in a motor car. Covey Motor Car Co. WASHINGTON AT TWENTY FIRST Exclusive Cadillac Dealers SHASTA LIMITED—TRAIN DE LUXE In Addition to Its Many Other Up-to-Date Appointments is NOW EQUIPPED WITH PARLOR CARS-NEW, ELEGANT, COMFORTABLE Between PORTLAND, TACOMA and SEATTLE. No Extra Fare Between These Roints. 3 OTHER TRAINS Steel Flyer—Carrying Cafe, Observation and Steel Coaches. Leaves 8:30 A. M. Puget Sound Express—Equipped with Cafe, Observation and Standard Sleepers. Leaves 1:45 P. M. The Owl—The Train for Business Men. Leaves 11:00 P. M. All Trains Arrive and Depart From Union Depot, Portland CITY TICKET OFFICE, THIRD AND WASHINGTON STS. PHONES-MARSHAL 4500 AND A 6121 Monday, March 31st, at 8 P. M. The Jewels of the Madonna (I Giojelli della Madonna) (In Italian) Opera in Three Acts by Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari GENNARO GIUSEPPE GAUDENZI CARMELA LOUISE BERAT MALIELLA CAROLINA WHITE RAFAELE GIOVANNI POLESE BIASO FRANCESCO DADDI CICCILLO EMILO VENTURINI STELLA MABEL RIEGELMAN CONCETTA HELLEN WARRUM SERENA ADELE LEGARD GRAZIA ROSINA GALLI TOTONNO EDMOND WARNERY ROCCO NICOLO POSSETTA A MACARONI VENDOR MICHELE ZWIBACH A TOY BALLOON VENDOR GIUSEPPE MINERVA A WATER VENDOR GRACE CUNNINGHAM A WATER VENDOR ROBERT ARDONI A FLOWER VENDOR MINNIE EGENER VENDOR OF ICE CREAM ALMIRO ALEOTTI A VENDOR OF FRUITS GIOVANNI LUGANO FIRST MONK FRANK PREISCH SECOND MONK PHILIP ARONSON THE TOWN CRIER JEAN DE KEYSER A YOUNG LADY MINNIE EGENER THE AUTO NEWS PORTLAND IS RAPIDLY TAKING HER PLACE AS A CITY OF ELECTRICS. There are many ways by which one can judge the progress of a city. There are always many things to take into consideration, its buildings, its streets, its public improvements; but thd* one thing most important of all is its people and their progress. Pass down the main thoroughfares, the boulevards of the Eastern cities, the cities of our sister state, California, and one of the most striking things that will attract your attention is the comfort, the elegance they enjoy. We should say enjoyed, for we speak of the past—five, six or eight years ago. They still enjoy these things; but also, now too do we of Portland. Just as the women of Detroit, New York, Denver, Los Angeles, recognized the necessity, the comfort and the distinction of attending to their social duties by means of the elegant and at the same time economical Electric Coupe so has Portland at last recognized this pleasure, this comfort and the absolute necessity of the electric car. As the beautiful cars with their fair occupants glide rapidly and noiselessly down our streets it is indeed a pleasant picture. It means that just as our city has grown by almost unbelievable leaps and bounds, new and metropolitan buildings, vast public improvements, so also have our people grasped and realized more of the things that make life worth while. In front of the Heilig in the evening before and after the theatre you will find society's more prominent representatives drive up to the theatre in their beautiful electric cars. It means comfort to them. It is the proper car for the occasion. And the next afternoon you will find milady making her calls in the same car. The electric car has taken its place in Portland, and justly so, with its many miles of perfect pavements, as the social car. The men have their gas cars for severe business needs and country tours, but for the theal re and grille, for social occasions, they too appreciate the comfort and distinctiveness of the Electric. It will not be long before, just as in the East and California, you will find an Electric in almost every garage along with the gas car. It is indispensable because it is the car that is always ready to go, and it is handled easily and cleanly. The Electric has at last been recognized In Portland. And society—the families of position and distinction in our city, are welcoming its superb advantages. Watch the Electrics drive up to the Heilig, afterwards to the grille. Watch Portland's more prominent society people driving their beautiful Electric cars of an afternoon. It is a pretty sight. It is a mark of progress. KRAMER'S RIDING SCHOOL Well Trained SADDLE HORSES For Rent GET "OOT-DOORS" AND ENJOY LIFE JEFFERSON STREET AT SIXTEENTH Lessons by Competent Lowest Rates Instructors for Beginners MAIN 543 A-2114 in the city EAT TIP-TOP BREAD 100% PURE Sold Everywhere Remember The Cat 'n Fiddle Are Serving Appetizing AFTER THEATRE LUNCHEON Specializing: Hot Tamales, Oysters, Chicken Pie, Hot and Cold Fountain Specials, French Ices and Creams 145 Broadway St., Theatre Row Fisk Rubber Co. 351 Oak St. To skid or not to skid WILL NOT SKID FIRST YOUNG MAN NICOLO FOSSETTA SECOND YOUNG MAN ROCCO FRANZINI THIRD YOUNG MAN DESIRE DEFRERE FIRST ANNE MINNIE EGENER SECOND ANNE LAVIGNA PUGLIOLI THIRD ANNE CORNELIA CHAPMAN THE BLIND MAN VITTORIO TREVISAN A PEASANT WOMAN ADELE LEGARD FIRST GIRL HELEN WARRUM SECOND GIRL MINA CHUMSLAND FIRST CAMMORIST GIOVANNI LUGANO SECOND CAMMORIST DESIRE DEFRERE FIRST MORRA PLAYER SANTO MANDELDI SECOND MORRA PLAYER DESIRE DEFRERE THE FATHER VITTORIO TREVISAN A YOUNG NURSE ADELE LEGARD A VENDOR ROCCO FRANZINI GENERAD MUSICAL DIRECTOR CLEOFONTE CAMPANINI STAGE DIRECTOR FERNAND ALMANZ SYNOPSIS OF SCENERY Act I. An open square on the Bay of Naples. Act II. Carmela's Garden. Act III. The Den of the Cammorists. Time: Present. Place: Naples. Mason & Hamlin, the Official Piano Alaska Tours via White Pass and Yukon Route most wonderful scenic trip in all the world personally conducted by MRS. A. H. CARLISLE, Hotel Williard, Park and Morrison Streets, Portland, Oregon, Phone Main 2808 Reservations must be made by lune 1 Mary Garden Carolina White Hector Dufranne Francesco Daddi Singing Exclusively for the GRAFONOLA Their records for sale at EILERS MUSIC HOUSE GRAVES MUSIC CO. LIPMAN, WOLFE & CO. MEIER & FRANK STORE COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE CO. and other representative graphophone stores. All Columbia records can be played on Victor machines. Mary Garden says: "I always said that never would I sing into a phonograph of any kind—but, one does not always live up to everything one says—happily—for after months of tireless persuasion the Columbia Phonograph Company won out, and here I am saying, like everyone else that will hear them, that the Columbia Records are without a rival! They are so soft and musical, losing all that beastly metallic quality that mars the phonograph in general. My sincere compliments for their eternal success." MARY GARDEN. Tuesday, April 1st, at 8 P. M. THAIS (In French) Lyric Romance in Three Acts by Jules Massenet ATHANAEL HECTOR DUFRANNE NICIAS CHARLES DALMORES PALEMON CONSTANTIN NICOLAY A SERVANT NICOLO FOSSETTA THAIS MARY GARDEN CROBYLE MARIE CAVAN MYRTALE MINNIE EGENER ALBINE LOUISE BERAT GENERAL MUSICAL DIRECTOR CLEOPONTE CAMPANINI STAGE DIRECTOR FERNAND ALMANZ Alice M. Campbell Elizabeth Riedel Smart Shop Portland's Most Beautifully Appointed Millinery Shop A comprehensive showing of fashionable Parisian and European headgear in the New Spring Modes. 144 BROADWAY (FORMERLY SEVENTH) SYNOPSIS OF SCENERY Act I. Scene I. The Thebiade. Scene II. House of Nicias. Act II. Scene I. Room of Thais. Scene II. Before the House of Thais. Act III. The Oasis. Act IV. The Convent of the White Sisters, The Death of Thais Mason & Hamlin, the Official Piano Wednesday, April 2nd, at 2 P. M. The Second Act From The Tales of Hoffman (In French) Fantastic Opera by Jules Offenbach GIULIETTA HELEN STANLEY NICLAUS RUBY HEYL HOFFMAN EDMOND WARNERY DAPERTUTTO ARMAND CRABBE SCHLEMIL DESIRE DEFRERE PITICHINACCIO EMILIO VENTURINI MUSICAL DIRECTOR MARCEL CHARLIER STAGE DIRECTOR FERNAND ALMANZ Followed By Hansel and Gretel (In English) Humperdinck's Fairy Opera in Three Acts HANSEL MARIE CAVAN GRETEL MABEL RIEGELMAN THE WITCH FRANCESCA DADDI THE MOTHER LOUISE BERAT THE FATHER ARMAND CRABBE DEWMAN SANDMAN HELEN WARRUM MUSICAL DIRECTOR MARCEL CHARLIER STAGE DIRECTOR FERNAND ALMANZ SYNOPSIS OP SCENERY Scene of Giulietta, The Venetian Beauty. Act I. The Home of Hansel and Gretel. Act II. In the Woods. Act III. The Witch's House. Mason & Hamlin, the Official Piano OREGON TAXICAB COMPANY A 2242 Brown Taxicab Main 250 Aftery the Play? 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HUNGARIAN DANCE, NO. 5 BRAHMS CORPS DE BALLET Elwood Wiles contractor Street Paving, Cement Sidewalks, Concrete Work 1025-1029 Yeon Building Main 3218 Home A 3218 J. J. JONASON Ladies Tailoring 308 STEARNS BUILDING Cor. Sixth & Morrison Portland, Ore. 7. LA CIOCIARA, PAS DE CARACTERE G. VANUCCINI JULIE HUDAK AND LUIGI ALBERTIERI 8. ADAGIO JOH. STRAUSS 9. PIZZICATO—POLKA FROM "SYLVIA" DELIBES ROSINA GALLI 10. VALSE: "ROSES FROM THE SOUTH" JOH. STRAUSS ROSINA GALLI AND THE ENTIRE CORPS DE BALLET The above dances have been arranged by the Ballet Master, MR. LUIGI ALBERTIERI CONDUCTOR GIACOMO SPADONI Wednesday, April 2nd, at 8 P. M. Lucia Di Lammermoor (In Italian) Opera in Three Acts by Donizetti LUCIA LUISA TETRAZZINI ALISA MINNIE EGENER EDGARDO ARISTODEMO GIORGINI LORD ENRICO ASHTON GIOVANNI POLESE RAIMONDO HENRI SCOTT ARTURO EMILIO VENTURINI NORMANNO PALMIRO ALEOTTI MUSICAL DIRECTOR CLEOFONTE CAMPANINI STAGE DIRECTOR FERNAND ALMANZ SYNOPSIS OF SCENERY Act I. 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