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THE ROCK ISL.AND ARGUS, SATURDAY, AFRrL 19, 1913.
Florence Hinkle, With Thomas Orchestra
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Obligates by Messrs. Quetnsel, Roebr
born, Eseler, Sieindell and Jisfsra. :
Aria, "Joan of Arc' . . . Tschaikowsky
Tone Poem, "Deth and Transfigur
j Th'rd enrx-t Friday afternoon,
i May 2. Tbe Theodore Thomas or
i chpstra, Frederick S'ock, conductor.
I Sr.loist, Harry We'stoach.
j Overture, "Fineal'E Cave"
I Symphony No. 6. "Pathetis"
B Minor, Opus 74 . . . TschilKowstcy
Adnplo Allecrro Andante Allegro
All"-gro eon Rrazia i
AIVgTo mcltc vivtce
Adagio lamentoeo j
"Andanta for Violin" Mozart
"Mazurka for Violin Volpe
Harry Weisbach. !
"Rhapsody Espana" Chabrier !
Fourth concert Friday evening.
Mar 2. The Theodore Thomas or ;
cbestra, Frederick Stock, conductor.
Soloists, MLs3 Floreaice Hinkld and ,
Henri Scott. ' i
Owrture, ' Carnival" Dvorak ;
Aria. "Ella giamma m'amo," 'rem
"Don Carloe" Verdi,
Mr. 'Scott ;
Miss Hinkl is soprano soloist with the Thbotfor? Thomat'- orchestra,
rbich appctrs ut th Coliseuni, Davenport, April 21', My 1 und 2.
The prorganis for the four concerts j
to bo given under the auspices of the '
Haruiooie choruH of Daveiiport are
here anuouuci!. The nrHt concert j
will be riven by the chorus April 29
at the Coliseum and will be under 1
the direction of MisH Louise St. John- j
the evening and matinee and evening
May 2 will be given by the Chicago
Thomas orchestra under the direction
of Frederick Stock. April 23 Profes
sor Victor Bergquirtt of Augusuuia
conservatory will give a lecture on
the score of the orchestra numbers
at the Davenport high ttchool audi
torium. This lecture will be absolute
ly free to the public and all interest-
Violin Oblisato by Mrs. Freistat-I.ee.
"Iuvictus" Bruno Huhn
! Drinkiiit Song, ' Paolo and Fran-
ceBca" Percy Pitt
i "Uncle Rome" Sidney Homer
"The Eagle" Carl Busoh
; "June'' Lulu J. Downing
I Mr. MUl.-r.
"Elves" Ludwig Thnille
"The Summer Wind" . . . Victor Harris
j "The Gypsies" BitJims
I Miss Eflie Johnson at the piano.
ed in the careful study of the music 1
that is to be rendered are invited to i Second concert Thursday evening,
attend. j May 1. The Thiodore Thomas orches-
The program for the concerts is as tra. Frdoric Siock. conductor. Solo
follows: j ists. Miss Rosal.e Wirtblin, Lambert
First concert. Tuesday evening, ! Mnrihy.
Ir!l. 29. The Harmonie Chorus. Overture, "In Bohemia" Hadley
SuiTe No. 2, "Ind'.an" Opus 42 ...
"A Roumanian Rhapsody" . . Enesco
CLoruses wirt accompaniment of
harp and horns:
" " Hear a Harp" Brahms
Choruses with orchestra:
"The Captice" RochmaniuoS
"The Angt'l" Rachmanmcff
"Glcrious Forever" . . RachmaninofT
Orchftrated by Ferederick Stork.
Miss Louise St. Johns Westewelt,
Tannhaeiser: "Bacch.anale" . .V.'agner
Tannnaeusor: Aria, "Dich Theure
i Halle" Wagner
'ixibengTin: "Vorspiel" Wagner
j Tristan and Isolde: Selections from
Act III Wagner j
i Introduction Tristan's Vision.
: Arrival cf the Ships Isolde's Love ;
the Man Wh
For Thirty-Four Years
ouie St. John Wentervelt, conduc
tor. Soloist. Herbert Miller.
"Ships by Wrud and Wave Are Driv
en' B-Ter j
niar jay rrayor, u Jorc
Semi chorus: Mrr.. Cur''?:. Miss !
Kayo, Mls Freeman. Misn Mil!!- '
Knn, .Mrs. Powers, Miss Young.
"l4nidi alia Versnne Marui" ...Verdi I
Mac Dow eH
II. "lovo Sonp"
III. "lr War Tir.o"-
V. "Villano Fst'vrl"
Aria. "Voir Gris-,':d'' frr,:i C'-se-
lids M enet
April 20 Joseph M. Gaites offers
Henry Koiker in "Our Wives."
April 24 Henry W. Sagave presents
Otis Harlan in "Little Boy Blue."
Vaudeville Performances at 2:45
AT THE ILLINOIS.
There will be an engagement of un
unial interest at the Illinois tomor
row, matinee and night, when "Our
Wives," with Henry Kclker in the
Have Been Sold in Rock Island and Molinc on Monthly Installments By
With Satisfaction to the Purchaser.
Only a few of these choice and cheap lots are still left. Though paved streets, street care, schools, water, sewer,
gas and electric light make these lots now more desirable, the remainder will be
Closed Out This Spring
At Prices Lower Than Any in This Vicinity and at the Old Terms.
YOUR LAST OPPORTUNITY
To Secure Choice Central Lots Cheap at Such Easy Terms
These lots are in Edgewood park, first and second additions to Edgewood, dryer's first, second and third addition,
Lynde's addition, College Heights, Buford and Guyer's addition and University Place in Rock Island and in Fair
mount, first and second and Ryder & Read's additions in Moline and are located on every street between 34th street
in Rock Island and 4th street in Moline and south of 9th avenue, also on 8V2 avenue between 28th and 29th streets
in Rock Island, and on 25th street in Moline. Prices according to location from $300 to $1,200. Small payment
down, balance to suit purchaser.
E. H. GUYER, State Bank Building
poser living above him. He deter
mines to send for the composer to
help him with his opera which he is
working upon. The composer appears.
It is a woman. He is incensed at the
ttick nature has played upon him.
Finally, however, he finds that the
very clever and beautiful young wo
man apparently has the same objec
tion to men that he has to women.
They agree to smother sex, to look
upon each other as sexless, cll each
other by their last names and wrk
together. The predicaments that they
get into, particularly when his erst
while bachelor friends arrive with.
HISTORY BODY TO
GIVE A PROGRAM
Free Entertainment Announced
at Eock Island Club Next
Ti"l) Kpnis, "Aniadi.s" . . .
".Der Nussbaum" Schumann
"Tit linear, tra-nil" Schumann
"Di-r Krlkouig" Ixe.ve
Six Swedish Fo'.k-son?; arranged by
Louis Victor Saar
. . Lully! INTERMISSION.
Debussv ' Selections from Suite No,
"Bourree 1 Bonrr.-e
The Rock Island County Historical
society will give a program next Monr
leading role, comes for a visit direct j their wives, each insanely jealous of j day evening at 8 o'clock at the Rock
Island club rooms. The following pro-
PRINCIPALS IN "OUR WIVES" ILLINOIS
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tiom a four months' run at the Cort Lur u,ucl "ee..uer .ui tUC ,
.. . iU icus complications that arise, form the
theatre, Chicago, under the manage-1 . , ' ,
' ' I background of one of the most human-
ment of Joseph W. Gaites. The pieoe, ! ly funny playg that lt ias bee Mr
which was originally written by Lud-j Gaites' pleasure to produce. The
w ig Fulda, has made a tremendous sue-1 piece, as will be recalled, has been
cess in Europe and is being played j e.xcuisitely staged by Robert Milton
tl'ire now in seven different countries. at.d with his assistance Mr. Gaites has
Mr. Gaites secured the rights for this j chosen a noteworthy cast. It is head
ccuntry and Canada in competition ed by Henry Koiker, whose world-
MATINEE AND NIGHT
Comics: direct from 16i capacity performances at the
Cort Theatre, Chicago.
Joseph M. Gaites presorts the greatest comedy success
v. ith practically every manager here
sud in England. It will be remember
ed that Kaiser Wilhelm enthusiastic
ally called it "the best piece ever
written." The American version has
been made by two new authors, Helen
13 ; Krafft and Frank Mandel, who will
v. ide praises for his work as leading
man of the New Theatre company are
well known and who since the closing
of this New York playhouse has been
starring independently. He will be
supported by Mis6 Marie Leonhard,
who came over to this country also
.J also have plays produced by David i to appear at the New theatre. She is
Bolasco and Charles Frohman. They ; particularly remembered for her de
f -it have given it an American setting, re-j liphtful work in that theatre's pro
rj U'.ining however; all the novelty of j duction of "Nobody's Daughter." There
j tho piece which made it so popular are, besides, three beautiful young ac
,p' al.road. The plot concerns an ex- trfsses to take the roles of the three
t; -A tremely successful young man, a li-; jealous newlyweds. Gwendolyn Piers,
i-.vi-bres.tist, who believes he has made a I the noted southern beauty, has been
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And original New York and CI icago prcduction and cast including
Mark Smith, William Roselle George Graham. John Find'ay, Marie
Leonhard, Eda von Luke, Gwendolyn Piers. Mary Harper.
1 Special Sunday prices Night 50c to $1.50.
1 Matinee 25c to $1.00. Phone 224 West.
Nap i m jwmiii i ' ' i " i ii .iwwMi )V,ii' a I
succcbs in life, through the elimina- featured several seasons in 'The
tioD of ses. He doesn't hate women, 1 Spendthrift," Eda von Luke has been
he merely avoids them, because they in musical comedy since her appear-
C-S .'.vantage of him throujrh sex. To ' Mary Harper is the talented Scotch
t "i difeat feminine cunning, he fcas sur- J actress who. made a notable success in
jl r-itnded himself with bachelors only ' ' Hce-Sit-by-t he-Fire," which was
P and a servant-confidant, all apparent- played in this country by Miss Elthel
'i j y as bitterly anti-feminine as himself, j Burrymore. Among Ee men in the
t J Cr.e by one they fall, each before a cast are three prominent leading juv-
"jj ' dittinctly different type of woman, eciles, William Roselle, George Gra-
d io. each of them confides in him, is J ham atid Mark Smith. Playing the
p2 "of the sort God made, and then de-1 role of th waiter, a similar part to
i fj stroyed the mold." Meanwhile he has , his famous character. William in "You
; hcen lured by a lilting melody tnat
F P.oats incessantly through his wfh--S
dews from the rooms of a young com-
Thomas Orchestra n Harmonie Society
April 29. Evening Harmonie
Chorus. Soloist, Herbert Miller,
May 1. Evening Thomas Or
chestra. Soloist, Rosalie Wirth
lin. contralto; Lambert Murphy,
May 2, Afternoon Thomas
Orchestra, Symphony Concert,
Harry We.sbach, violin soloist.
May 2, Evening -ThoL:as Or
chestra and Harmonie Chorus.
Soloist, Florence Hinkle. so
prato; Henri Scott, basso.
Season Tickets, $3.50 Single Admission, $1.50.
On sale at Harper House pharmacy. Rock I'.atd: P.'lard's
and Hausea drug stores. Davenport, and by aiemUrs of chorus.
F M P 1 R F
Don't fail to see
ED. F. RAYNARD
The funniest act in vaudeville
Coming Monday, Tuesday
Nick Kaufmann's Roller
Skating Girls -
Another big feature act
Order your seats early
Phone West 708.
t.llWll.'J.W 1 M Mill"
' ' 'I until m . j
Never Can Tell." is John Findlay, the
pcpular character actor.
AT THE EMPIRE.
Nick Kaufmann's six roller skating
girls will be the feature of the new
bill at the Empire beginning next Mon
day afternoon. The girls have been
- selected from among a hundred appH-
cants for the positions and represent
all that is high class in the country's
! roller skating performers. They do
; numerous tricks and are said to be the
j most graceful skaters in the world.
PariUo and Frabbito, Italian serenad
! ers, will entertain with operatic and
; popular music. Edward M. Gordon
! and company will present a cycling
I oddity that is well worth seeing and
j Dena Cooper and company wi:i appear
j in the original dramatic playlet, "The
! Confession." This sketch has been
called the greatest written in years
' and critics who have viewed it are
; unanimous in the decision that the
I strong and tense situations are in
capable hands. The skit w ith special
setting has been booked as one of the
' features of the bill. Fred Morion, the
: conversationalist, will discuss np to
; date topics in an entirely new way
'and nsTht tn hold hid a.ndienre inter.
h A ' f-sted w ith a lot of brand new witti
cisms. Two reels cf films will tom-
gram has been arranged by the com-1
"Some Reminiscences of Pioneer
Rock Island" Mrs. K. T. Anderson.
"Local Historical Suggestions" (il
lustrated) Secretary of the society.
Indian burial ceremonies over the
remains of Colonel George Davenport,
written by Alfred Sanders, an eye-witness
(illustrated) Hugh E. Curtis.
Stereopticon address on early Illinois
history William A. Meese.
The admission is free and the pro
gram is open to all interested in mat
ters historic. School children, their
teachers, old and young people, are
cordially invited to attend, and all are
qualified to be members of the organ
isation on payment of a small yearly
The officers of the society are as
President William A. Meese, Mo
line. Vice President Phil Mitchell, Rock
Secretary John H. .Hauberg, Rock
Treasurer Mrs. K. T. Anderson,
Directors Dr. W. H. Lyford, Port
Byron; Thomas Boilman, South Rock
Island; J. B. Oak leaf and A. M. Hub
bard, Moline; A. O. Buffum, Edging-
ton, and S. W. Searte and Mrs." Leo
pold Simon, Rock Island.
inlet the bill.
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Henry Koiker and Marie Leonhard are shown In a scene In "Our WIv.
a delightful comedy that comes to th e Illinois tomorrow direct from tha
Cort Ui.-atre, Chicago, where it enjoyed a successful run.
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In operating Hot -Water and
Steam Systems there can be
no puffing clouds of
ashes and soot to destroy carpets,
furniture and draperies, and make
the housewife's existence, with its
flourishing circuit of broom and
duster, akin to that of the "Man
with the Hoe."
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