The Moore Messenger (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 6, 1913 Page: 2 of 8
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AND ALL KINDS OF
OUR MOTTO 1
126 W.California, Oklahoma City
We are ready to serve you
with the newest in
301 Welt Grand, Oklahoma City
Bclw... H«r r and Hud.on
SCENE FROM "THE BUTTERFLY O N THE WHEEL. AT THE OVERHOLSER SUNDAY AND MONDAY
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
SPECIAL SALE OF
100 Silk and Serge Dresses
Continued Friday and Saturday
For Those Out-of-Town Customers Who Missed This Sale Wednesday and Thursday
Albert E. Jcokini
Jenkins & Jenkins
Attorneys at Law
113 1-2 West Main Street, over Em-
press Theatre. Phone Walnut 2780.
Consultation with regular clients free.
"At Home" and Visiting Cards
100 Kwrravod Visit In? ranis, postpaid, $!. .
Send for Sample B n k showing styles.
E. C. SPENNY PRINTING CO.
12*44 W Main—Phono W. MW—Oklahoma City
Tho delightful melodies of Victor
llollaender and Jean Gilbert, compos-
erw of the music of "A Modern Eve,"
which comea to the Overholser Fri-
day and Saturday already enjoy a
widespread vogue Mort. II. Singer
is credited with the greatest success
In his producing career in this musi-
cal offering, which was Imported from
Berlin and presented last April in
Chicago and sprang into Immediate
favor. Its record run of sustained ca-
pacity business speaks volumes for
its merits. Mr. Singer has been lib-
erally complimented for his elaborate
staging of the Berlin operatta, which
Is pronounced the last thing In scenic
environment and In costumes. Th
scenes of the story are laid In France,
I and the Interest centers about th
TI—I FnHprlpin Oaacadier family, consisting of father,
• * 1 mother and two attractive daughters.
curtain has fallen and revived In her
dressing room. She has tlfteen min-
utes before she has to appear in the |
fourth act and generally she is suf-j
flclently revived by that time to con-]
tinue her part. Occasionally, however,!
an understudy has been obliged to
take her place In the last act.
"I am on the stage practically all
the time from the rise of the curtain
in the first act until the end of the |
third act," explains Miss Evans. "The |
third act Is unusually trying and near j
Its close I have a difficult speech I
which requires nearly five minutes to
deliver." This productions comes to
the Overholser Sunday and Monday.
Saturday Matinee and Night
"A MODERN EVE"
Matinee Prices. 25c to $1.00.
Night Prices, 25c to $1.50.
Monday Matinee and Night
"The Butterfly on the Wheel"
Prices 25c to $1.50
March 11 and 12—Matinee
A1 G. Fields Greater Minstrels
Prices 2^c to $1.60
526 LEE BLDG.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Special attention to Probate of Wills.
Administration of Estates, and mat-
ters genrally relating to Ileal Prop-
Dr. T. H. Dean. Dr. J. E. Dean.
Phone Walnut 7506.
Drs. Dean & Dean, Dentists
302-3 Patterson Building
Main and Terminal
Come to Us For Your Dental Work.
PHONE WAL. 5012
Dr. J. M. CLOYD
Suite 208 Weaver Building
Northeast Corner Main and Harvey
While advocating Bex equality, the
mother assumes superiority for her
Hex, and dominates tho household. The
husband and father is in reality the
housekeeper while Mme. Caitcadler
practices law and attends her clubs.
The two daughters are also engaged
In professional pursuits, one uh a phy-
sician, the other as ail artist. They
are to be Independent of men and
above silly love affairs. But two ar-
dent and desirable suitors complicate
matters, finally routing the forceful
mother and compelling the daughters
to capitulate to love. Among the
most attractive numbers to be heard
I are "Goodbye. Everybody," "Hello
Sweetheart," "You're Such a Lone-
some Moon Tonight," "Itita, My Mar-
garita." 'lis the Oirl You Married
! still the (tirl You Love" and "Every
Day is Christmas When You're Mar-
ried." Included in the cast of prin-
cipals are Elizabeth (loodall, Caroline
Dixon, Byrdine Zuber. frank Deshon.
Carl Stall I. Wm. Kent and Frederick
Santley. The famous Modern Eve
beauty chorus will be a feature.
PRINTERS PUBLISHING CO.
"That Is the only way I can de
scribe it. The sensation is sickening
I and the after effect equally unpleas-
ant. Only those who have fainted
under the strain of great mental ex-
citement can appreciate how it makes
Here is Miss Esther Evans' deserip
tlon of how it feels to faint. Miss
Evans Is well qualified to describe the
Account of the volume of law
brief work done we are enabled to
deliver the highest class of briefs
in the state—at fifty cents per
Let us call and sTiow you samples.
Phone Wal. 7239.
Bradley and Pumpkin
Also Triumphs, Cobblers
Ohio's and Rose
A. Morrison & Co.
127 W. First Oklahoma City
OVER 65 YEARS
The Al. G. Fields Greater Minstrels.
"Court," a thoroughbred pointer, a J
mascot of the Al. G. Field Greater
Minstrels for years, has the distinction
that few canines ever earn during
their (lifetime. Field, in his book |
"Watch Yourself Go By" lias dedicated i
the volume to his faithful four-footed |
In a characteristic passage that'
forms the preface to a most interest-
ing volume, Field declares that no
matter whether or not he has dedi-j
cated the hook to his canine comrade, i
that dumb friend will respect him'
none the less or cease to love him as I
a master, friend and companion. ;
As in the book, this season's pro-
gram, new from start to finish, has
originality as Its keynote A massive
scenic productions is carried, and the
personnel of the company includes
singers, dancers and comedians, all
headliners in the world of minstrelsy.
An added novelty is the Gold Band,
whose instruments are all finished in
the precious metal, made by T. G.
Conn, who furnishes all the bands In
the United States with instruments.
The Fields engagement is at the Over-
holser for three performances next
Tuesday and Wednesday.
The highest class of motion pic- j
tures obtainable now are being shown J
daily at the Empress theatre. Man-
ager T. TI. Boland has arranged to
secure 42 reels each week of which |
28 are selected for use. four each
day. All the big features in motion j
pictures are shown by him first, in-
cluding dramas, side-splitting come-
dies. war films and educational fea-
tures They are supplied by the 1'ni
versal and T'nlted Film Companies.;
the two largest producers in the conn- j
try. A high class continuous musical |
concert is shown daily, given by the J
eight piece orchestra and Miss Mil-
id red McNabb on the $10,000 pipe or-
I gan. The Empress is the only theatre
in the southwest with a pipe organ. |
A rare purchase and sale of
neat, pretty Dresses made
of extra quality
Dresses really worth to
$10.00, but owing to the
shrewd buying power these
dresses will be sold at
Think of it, an elegant dress
made of Brocaded Satin and
fine quality Foulard to sell
at this low figure, and all
colors, too, in Tan, Brown,
Copenhagen, Navy, Wine,
Gray and Black.
Also Special Sale of Trimmed Hats
Worth to $8.95
The real specials are pretty Straw Tams with Bulgarian Fancies—also
the small close fitting Turbans, cleverly trimmed. The result of our
new workroom and a special in their honor. Everybody participates
in this—you will save Money -
FERGUSON BROS. STOCK CO.
"OUR NEW MINISTER"
WEEK OF MARCH 10
'THE BLACK FLAG'
Matinees Sunday. Wednesday
Prices 10c, 20c, 30c
Another Office Is Abolished
The house passed the Searcy bill
to abolish the office of "public de-
fender," under the department of
charities, from which J. H. Stolper
recently resigned. This bill went
through with no debate. This is the
sixth "abolition" bill passed by the
house. The other five are to abolish
the state board of affairs, the state
game warden and assistants, the state
printer and assistants, the state high*
way department and assistants, the
state school inspector.
The British government will not
recognize the new government of
Mexico until It has been confirmed
by a general election.
Ex-presldent Madero and ex-Vice-
president Suarez were shot while be-
ing transferred from the palace to
the prison. The authorities deny their
responsibility. Taft is rushing 10,000
troops to Galveston, ready for any
action President-elect Wilson may
Evidence that the garment workers,
several thousand of whom are said
still to be on strike, are suffering,
was furnished when representatives of
more than 1,200 families applied in
one day at a New York relief station
established by the United Hebrew
I trades to obtain food supplies.
After he had knocked his mother-
in-law over on a hot stove and ter-
rorized other members of his family
with an army sword, Gilbert M. Le-
hue, formerly a sergeant in the Unit-
ed States army, was shot and killed
at Louisville by Ben Beach, the
1 woman's son.
Two Chicago unions of the Inter-
national Brotherhood of Electrical
Workers were sued by the federal
government under the Sherman
anti-trust law for alleged interference
with messages of the Postal Tele-
graph-Cable Co., in Interstate com-
merce. Local unions numbers 9 and
134 are named as defendants.
Tho federal "white slave traffic
act" of 1910 was upheld as constitu-
tional by the supreme court of the
United States in an opinion by Justice
McKenna. The Arkansas peddling
act of 1909, requiring traveling sales-
men delivering lightning rods, steel
stoves, ranges, clocks, pumps, bug-
gies, carriages and vehicles to pro-
cure a license was held unconstitution-
al by the supreme court as an inter-
ference with interstate commerce.
Phone Walnut 727.
FIVE BIG ACTS OF
Every Week From
The Latest Motion Pictures
3 Performance, Daily:
2:30, 7:30, 9:15
PRICES: lOc. 20c, 30c
AL G. FIELDS.
aunt free, "i-lent atM'ii
patents tak'-n throi
tvrrmI notue, without
fur secunntr patent *.
ti Munn A Co. recvlve
A handsomely 11 Inst rated weekly. rlr
fear"'four months' f I.' SoVdbyaTl newt.Jeui. r-
MUNN & Co.36'Bro'd~" New York
Br.ncb OOc«. Ctb r St, WMbliiBlon. I). C.
sensation, for she faints more frt
tiuently than anyone in America
Miss Evans plays the part of i'eg
gy" in A Butterfly on 4ie Wheel," an
Eiglish divorce drama which ran the
whole of last season ill New York,
and which the Messrs. Shubert and
!,< \vi* Waller nro presenting on tour
this season. Her part requires her
to simulate a faint Just before the
curtain falls on the third act. Fol-
lowing the livsterlcal outburst caused
liv the heckling process of her hus-
lawyers. Miss Evans collapses
:t:i i falls over the rail ill front of the
witness stand. Not infrequently the
strain of the long courtroom scene
and her hysterical speech actually
cause her to faint, although the audi-
ence naturally supposes it is applaud-
ing a realistic bit of acting.
Time after time Miss Evans has
been carried from the stage after the
Much favorable comment has fol-
lowed the announcement of the Folly
that beginning next week it would
inaugurate a series of bargain mati-
nees. Arrangements are being made
to reserve seats in advance if patrons
so request, and the indications are
that capacity houses will be the rule
for the bargain performances.
The offering tills week at the popu-
lar vaudeville house is an exception-
ally good one. embracing six Inter-
state feature acts, of which the most
pleasing is, perhaps, that of the Bou-j
riini Ill-others, masters ot the accor-l
Nothing succeed like sucess and the
Ferguson Brothers stock company lias
already shown that It is a winner. As
'it is now organized, the company in-1
, 1 tides the pick of at least three stock]
companies and it is proposed to keep
mi adding to it until there is not a
' \ acancv in any place The Fergusons,
who will have the active manac«nrent
in the future, conducted a successful
stock company at Fort Worth until
| i hey were left without a theatre on
account of fire.
Both Miss Catherine Van Ness, the
new leading woman, and Hazel Mc-
Nutt, the new ingenue, were members
; <>f the Fort Worth company.
i The company for the present is
playing in "The New Minister." For
I next week "The Black Flag' will he
A Word to the Wise
Wise farmers will begin their spring
plowing as soon as the ground is
cleared of snow.
FEATURES EVERY DAY
y i \ A** j n J
Cut Rate Drug Store
Phone Walnut 4-3-4-3
All $1.00 Patent Medicines
All 50c Patent Medicines
All 25c. Patent Medicines
20 per Cent Discount on all
Parcel Post Orders Promptly
Prescriptions a Specialty
Model Drug &
129 Grand Ave., Oklahoma City
Simplicity in the Home Furnishings
It does not make any difference whether yen are able to spend $50.00 or $500.00 in furnish-
inrr a room nowadays-—the ideas of Home Decoration have been so modified that yon can work
out a nice plan and keep the cost in line with yonr pocket hook . The Window Draperies, the
l'ortieves. Kit" designs and the simple Colonial s'ylc of furniture is reprodueetl in the medium
priced goods as well as the more expensive. L t us show von. Our stock is being added to dativ
now with the latest goods from the northern markets.
^ lacey Rook Pases, Combination Bood Cases, THE RECEPTION HALL
Library and Center Tables, Cellerettes, ShaV-
ing Stands, Umbrella Stands, Jardiniere Docs not take such a ^eat amount of fur-
Stands and all Ihe odd pieces-now shown on nishtngs, but must be haraomous and in good
second floor to tight of elevator. taste. Let us l.gure on refurnishing your hall
THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE STORE
DOG & KILL House Furnishers
8-10 GRAND AVE.
CASH OR TIME PAYMENTS.
PHONES W. 26C.
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Smith, Mamie. The Moore Messenger (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 6, 1913, newspaper, March 6, 1913; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109291/m1/2/: accessed August 4, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.