The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 20, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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To our Out of-Town Friends
We extend you, one and all, a cordial invitation
to attend the APRILIS FIESTA at Oklahoma
City April 21st and 22nd. We ask that you
make our store your headquarters during your
stay, and we assure you of a hearty welcome
at any and all times.
117-119 Grand Avenue
CHORUS SCENE FItOM "THE PARADISE OP MOHOMET," AT THE OVERHOI.SER. APRIL 27
The Sample Stores
Cater to the economist In buying
—that class of buyers recognizing
quality and up to date styleB when
placed in a happy combination
with reasonable prices. All the
world loves a bargain and ours Is a
continuous love story. If you will
come up and take a look at our
samples we can prove to your sat-
isfaction that we speak the truth.
We carry the following ready to
wear lines and we are ready to
show vou all that Is new and nob-
by in Bprlng styles:
Ladies' and Mens' Shoes
Ladies' Suits, Dresses, Coats
How We Can Do It
Reason 1—We are on the sec-
ond floor—that's low rent.
Reason 2—We handle only drum-
mers' samples and factory cancel-
Head's Sample Shoe Co.
Ladies' Sample Suit Co.
Sample Millinery Co.
Take Elevator to Second Foor
Culbertson Bldg., Cor. Grand and
Open 8 to 6; Saturday Evening Tlii
10 P. M.
I "Charley's Aunt," as enacted at the
Metropolitan theater last night, by the
North Brothers' Stock company, is a
pot pouri of nonsense calculated to
tickle the risabilities of the most as-
| tute. It proved to be one of the best
of the best of the many light farce
comedies put on tills season by that
aggregation of entertainers at Okla-
j lioma City's busy playhouse. From the
time the curtain rolled up on the
tirst act, showing rooms of the boys
in a dormitory at Oxford college, un-
til the final scene, representing the
interior of a room at the Spettigue
home, where the girls were domiciled,
there was nothing except laughter.
It was not the half-heated sort of
smiles but the spontaneous kind that
causes one to reach for his side after
I it Is all over.
Jack Roseleigh was the bright par-
ticular star in the role of the aunt. He
Friday and Saturday
April 21 and 22
wore the dress well, and made an alto-
gether lovable old woman, who was
anxious to do the boys a good turn.
Miss Enid May Jackson was charm-
ing as a ward of old man Spettigue,
the cause of all the trouble, and Miss
Grace McClean was good as the niece.
J. I'. Hubbard and Jack Roscoe, the
new member of the company, were
the lovers, and both scored heavily.
The play will hold the boards all week
with matinees Wednesday, Saturday
and Sunday, and deserves crowded
houses at every performance.
Vaudeville At The Overholser.
i care of in the amusemenV line, con-
On Monday, May 8th this house will
open with tirst class vaudeville. Three
shows a day will be put on and the
best seats will sell for 20 cents. The
prices announced are 10 and 20 cents.
| This policy will no doubt be success-
i tul from the start for the "Folly" the
| regular vaudeville house contemplate
j musical comedy for the summer
I With vaudeville at this house and
j North Brothers popular stock company
I playing at the Fair grounds this sum-
) mer theater-goers will be well taken
sidering that the "Folly" is to play
The summer outlook is promising.
"GRACE VAN STUDDIFORD."
At the Overholser.
The acknowledged queen of the
comic opera stage, Miss Grace Van
Studdiford, will apear at the Over-
holser, Thursday, April 2", in the new
comic opera bouffe, "The Paradise of
Mahomet," under the management of
Daniel V. Arthur, that has just scored
so successfully in New York City.
She comes here direct from the Herald
Square Theatre, bringing with her the
same excellent supporting company as
she had there, and the entire produc-
tion. Everybody who has ever heard
Miss Van Studdiford will appreciate
what the statement means that the
New York Press made to the effect
that she is today doing the very best
work of her career. The story of the
opera deals with an interrupted wed-
ding in far off Constantinople.
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305 N. Broadway
Opposite Tbreadgill Hotel
Our Prices are Right
of Women's Suits
If consistent savings are to be considered, andthe desire for correct fashion taken into account, the women
are sure to be interested in this Clearance Sale of Suits. Four Remarkably Special Linen totalling nearly
200 choice garments—embodying a worthy variation of style ideas from several of the country's most import-
ant manufacturing tailors—are subject to the inspection of shoppers at Abts Friday and Saturday. Every
suit will be found full of real value; the only reason for reducing the prices is solely because we have too
many garments of their respective values. Please bear in mind that this event is not one of profit, and
that the women who attend are not going to be disappointed through any misquotation. Abt Sales are to be
TWO — BIG
Better and Bigger Than Ever
STYLES THE LATEST
PRICES THE LOWEST
In Childrers Hats We Make a
314 N. Bwdy. Between 2nd and 3rd.
Vou will see among these $9.49 suits, features displayed in garments worth twice
as much—and the fabrics and workmanship are by far superior to any you have
1t>er seen at such a sale price, more than likely. The line isn't large, but it does
include excellent nat'v and white serge and smart shepherd checks. Only $949-
.It $16.49 you get into the suits of more and higher fashion. The styles are
various, and more numerous on account of the greater number of garments.
Handsome Serges, Whipcords, and New Rough IVeave are the materials, em-
bracing fine tans, navies, greys and blacks. So much under value are these, that
vou who need suits can hardly afford to let the opportunity pass without youfi
This $.20.49 price sounds odd and looks odd, but when it is known that pinching off the profit
leaves it that wav—it will be forceful just the same. The charming outlay this line pre-
sents is perhaps the most impressive of the eitire sale. Beautiful Suits of the last making
ire at once recognised—and handsome fabrics employed, many of them imported weaves
l-ly all means, see this line.
FOR SUITS, MANY OF WHICH
ARE AMONG ABTS BEST
When we tell you that some of Abts' Best Suits are of note in this $25.49 lot, you will probably
ihhreciate the importance of the values. 7 lie c micesi 0} hashions decree; the bist of work-
manship the most desirable fabrics and color ideas; in short, Abt's Best Suits to a reasonable
range of former value, are encountered. Friday and Saturday will bring us no profits—but
a Real Clearance of Suits should take place.
IO All Suits at $37.50 and Above 1 Q
■O KJII Friday and Saturday V*/l. *
Out they go—Waists worth $1.50.
This is because we must have their
room. The choice includes both the
Plain Tailored and Lingerie Styles.
Make a note of this bargain.
The Abt Loeb Company. 209 West Main
It's a fact that these are $2.50
values; the fact is we have too
many at the one price. Styles are
simply fine; low neck with short
sleeves, and high necks with short
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
LEEDS WOOLEN MILLS
GRADUATE OF TULANE UNIVERSITY, MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, 1885
Dr. ROBERT R. WALKER
Room 234. 23S. 23c
Cor. Mill and Broadway, OKLAHOM ACITY
Located in Oklahoma City Eight Years
Treats All Cases of a Chronic
Nature in Either Sex
Makes no charge for examinations and consultations. Has the
best equipped and most modern offices in the State. His prac-
tice is limited strictly to office woilc. Can give you hundreds of
references to people in this city and community whom he has
If You are Suffering from Some Chronic and
Uncured Disease, Call on Dr. Walker
He will make a thorough examination, free of charge, and will
also give you his opinion as to whether your case is curable.
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Simms, P. R. The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 20, 1911, newspaper, April 20, 1911; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109194/m1/4/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.