The Moore Messenger (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 27, 1913 Page: 5 of 8
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The old school building at Tecumseh
ih being torn down and In lt« mead
a modern $20,000 educational structure
is to be erected.
GREAT SILK SALE
18-INCH SERVICEABLE PONGEE FOULARDS—
Mq vstlues >.«nl
SOFT FINISH SILK PLISSE. FOR WAISTING AND UNDERWEAR—
f 0c quality—yard
STRIPED AND FIGURED M ESS A LINES—round* of all the new
fashionable color —60c values—yard
98c LUSTROUS BLACK CHIFFON TAFFETA—
in this sale, yard
FULL YARD WIDE $1.00 BLACK TAFFETA—
boft finish—at, yard
$1.25 FANCY SILKS—include fancy Mesaalines. Taffetas, and
Louisines in this great Silk Hale per yard..
NEW AND FASHIONABLE SPRING FOULARDS— in Dots. Figures.
Itrocades and Stripes at, per yard
YARD WIDE $1.25 FOULARDS—Patterns of Dots
Figures and Side Bands, yard A. i *Ji*
CHENEY SPOT PROOF FOULARDS—85c and $1.00 Silks—Absolutely
fushionable fabric- at, per yard
215 W.Main Street
WE HAVE. JUST RECEIVED
OUR COMPLETE LINE OF
SPRING FABRICS. ALL
THE LATEST FASHIONS. WE
INVITE YOUR EARLY INSPEC-
F I N N I N G E R
134 West Main St. Oklahoma City
BERT LEIGH AS "KID BURNS" AND HAZELE BURGESS IN
FIVE MINUTES FROM BROADWAY"
Sunday Matinee ami Night
45 Minutes From
Matinee. 25c to 50c
Night 25c to $1.50
Over 501) best seats lower floor $1
I'RICEH— 25c to *1 HO.
at a Saving
I AUSTRIA STILL BUTTING IN.
Franz Joseph Lays Down the Law to
Montenegro This Time.
Vienna.—The Austrian governmpit
brought the Balkan situation close
to a criBis by making several per-
emptory demands on Montenegro.
The Austrian minister at Cettinje
was instructed to inform the Monte-
negrin government that it must com-
ply with the following:
Free exit from Scutari of all non-
j Explanations of the death of a
(•atholic priest named Palie, who was
said to have been slaughtered be-
cause he opposed violent conversions
I ot prison®™.
' May Lower Ratea For Parcel Po.t. i The producing m«MSer l... make.
y a strike with some production, wheth
Washington Reduction in parcel post: |4|. ot- Htraighf or musical kind
rates are foreshadowed by data which j success which means the presenta-
l the postofflce department has been | i|on 0f the piece for several success-
collecting as to the cost of the new i ive seasons, ought, in a spirit of grat-
service. It was stated that the infor- itude at his good fortune to maintain
mation gathered would justify Post-
master General Burleson 111 applying
to the interstate commerce commis-
sion for permission to reduce the
I rates on packages for transmission be-
tween cities ill distances of less than
BOO miles. The weight limit may be
increased for packages from eleven to
I fifteen pounds.
Phone Walnut 727.
Balance of ThiB Week
The l.aughing Farce Comedy
MATINEE EVDRY DAY
PRICES: lOc. aoc. 30c
We are ready to serve you
with the newest in
201 Writ l>r«nt) Okliiwrni City
IWt er H«r*f > • mi
"At Home" and^Vititing Card*
100 Knjrtsvttl VWtinir « $1 J<-
Seiwl for Saiiii U« B'-ok *tv **
E. C. SPENNY PRINTING CO
1*44 W. Main—Phone W M.'tf- omi. iu( ity
T. H. Enderlein
526 LEE BLDG.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Special attention to Probate of Wills.
Administration of Estates, and mat-
ters geurally relating to Heal Prof,
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
Musical Art Institute
M. Gerald Mraz, Director
OF THE METROPOLITAN OPERA CO.
Greatest Lyric Tenor in the World
THURSDAY NIGHT, APRIL FOURTH
Tickets on sale at Westfalls; prices $1.50 to $2.50
original high standard of ins of
feriug during the lifetime of the plav.
More often, however, unmindful ot his
good luck and thliTklug only of false
economy, he in apt to cheapen the pro-
duction. engaging less expensive play-
ers for the various parts and staging
the piece in inferior fashion.
The reverse is true of Latlmore K-
Leigh, who present George M. Cohen's
very successful and unique musical
comedy, "Forty-Pive Minutes from
Broadway," coming to the Overholser.
Bert Leigh as "Kid Burns" and Hazele
Burgess in the role of "Mary," the
maid who lived in New Rochelle, just
three-uarters of an hour distant by
train from New York City. Not only
do Mr. Leigh and Miss Burgess meas-
ure artistically and vocally up to their
predecessors, hut the entire support-
I Contract has been let for the erec-
tion of six bridges in Comanche
| Initial steps have been taken at
j Purcell to make this year's McClain
j county fair outstrip any previous one
Twenty-five convicts are being
worked on the streets at Granite. The ,
main street of the town is being W? company is one of the
plowed and graded and placed in first |1,1 ua lf* *
Construction work wijl begin next
week on the new Missouri, Oklahoma
& C.qlf shops at Muskogee, which will
cost, it is estimated, $102,000.
It is expensive enough to get drunk
at Tulsa on week days, but doubly ex-
pensive to imbibe too freely on the
Sabbath. Double fines are now being
assessed against Sunday drunks at
Reservation! Made When Accompanied by Money, Order or Equivalent
Paul (filmore'a engagement at the
Overholser Theatec will present the
actor-manager In a big dominant role
of the 'type with which playgoers
have learned to associate his name.
"The Havoc" is a tense', gripping j
drama, built upon the story of a duel.
of wits between an injured husband!
and a treacherous guest in his home. 1
The big role of the play, the husband,
NEW FAD IN WEDDING RINGS
Divorcees Have Set Style of Wearing
Them on the Third Finger of
the Riflht Hand.
There is a revolution in wedding
rings, which may be the outcome of
"modern thought" be that as it may,
ihis golden band, which stood original- t
ly for the mark of bondage, may now
he removed and placed upou the third
linger of the right hand—after a pleas-
ure trip to Reno and when the judge
lias granted the decree.
As the most modish and strictly up
to date ringes are composed of plat-
inum and are merely a narrow circle
and aB the number of divorcees and
grass widows'' are by no means linv
Ited, it will doubtless resemble a
guard ring when removed from the
wedding finger and placed on the oth-
er hand. All of which goes to prove
that women are no longer so mightily
proud of being married, the goal is no
longer wedlock, quite the contrary the
little "bachelor girl'' appeals nost
strongly and suggests a fascinating
spirit of independence which eclipses
even the liberty of the divorce's situ-
About one-haK the widows spend
their time in wondering whether the
other half be "grass" or "sod." but
the "mysterious widow" will not long
er be a cause for speculation, since
a glance at the hands will at once re-
veal the truth.
AND ALL KINDS OP
. OUR MOTTO
126 W.California, Oklahoma City
PRINTERS PUBLISHING CO.
Account of the volume «'f law-
brief work done we are enabled t«-
deliver the holiest class c>f brief*
In the state—at fifty centt per
Let us call and allow you saini-lea
Phone Wal. 723S
We have 2,000 bushels Yellow Jersey
I seed sweet potatoes at $1.25 per bushel,
sh'pments made to all parts of state
This is choice stock. No order too large
or none too small.
per hundred, f o. b. Oklahoma
City. Send us your order. J. E. LUCAS
1 FEED CO. Phone 2215. Oklahoma City
Rain and Cheap Velvet.
Don't get worried if you are caught
Is always in demand. Thous-
ands have found it refreshing
at all times. Especially
On Sale Everywhere
THE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
The big role of the play, the husnanu, Don t get worrieu 11 you aru cnu8ui
offers one of the most convincing ; jUt in a storm while wearing a cheap
characters seen on the state in recent vejvej BU|t and must do without a taxi
years and is played by Mr. Gilmore |(or (he Kame reaEOn that bought the
with uiet power and tense nervous; (OBtume__lack of money Trot along as
force. It plays here April 2nd.
23-25 WEST THIRD ST.
Animated scenes of ineffable beauty
that will linger in the inner sight long
after they have vanished from the
screen, will be presented by Lyman
H. Howe at the Overholser Theater
.ostume—lack of money. Trot along as
:ast as possible toward a sheltt r bui
meanwhile don't hold up your skirt or
tuck up the tails of your coat. Th<
cheap velvet may get very wet Indeed,
but It won't be spoiled if you keep
your hands off of it. Don't sit down
DRAUGH0N BUSINESS COLLEGE
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA
has enlarged their school hall., put In new equipment and new furniture In order to accommodate their
large student body.
The best business men are getting their help from DRAUGHON'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, because their
graduates are ready for use. COURSE of work, MEN in charge, METHODS used* are some of the rea-
sons why DRAUGHON'S OKLAHOMA CITY SCHOOL Is growing so fast. If you are going to business
college, go to the best. It will pay you to see DRAUGHON'S. PHONE WALNUT 392.
DRAUGHON'S, 5th Floor Baltimore Building
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
ie UVeruoiDKl I uettin . . . . .
three nights; commencing Monday. or lean against anything
April 7th. and Wednesday matinee, brush off the rain drops. Simply ban*
They take the audience in and around it up out of the way of dust and let it
Paris, to historic Versailles and i dry. An act of Providence which would
through the delightfully picturesque j i,ave rujned a silk velvet suit that
rivers of France. The reproduction vou wanted badly but could not have
of these scenes in the actual and ex- vvon t |njure the cheap texture that
quiBlte colors of nature enhancea cou,d honeg„y atford. Economy
their beauty and excites the adinira- . o r. v n r< • nl
tion of all occasionally-brings its, o*n rewaru.
Pretty Waist Belt.
A very pretty waist belt was worn
by a young girl on a gray chiffon
dress, says the Philadelphia Ledger
It v.*as of broad gray velvet ribbon
with a fringe of tiny pink roses at
each end and a buckle to match. The
belt was carried round the waist t<
meet at the left side, where one end
was pushed through the flower buckb
and both ends hung right down th<
skirt, the pink rose fringe hanging
near the feet.
To miss the Folly this week is a
misfortune, for in "Henpecked Henry"
the little indoor garden has something
to laugh at. Halton Powell is play-
ing the part of Henry Bowser in the
play and Powell's reputation is
enough to insure that it is good. In
reality Powell never has been hen-
pecked, of course, hut he can play
the part all right. Miss Louise Wil-
lis is Mrs. Dowser in the play and
does the henpecking to a frazzle. In
fact. It Is so well done that a womai}
who is inclined that way is likely to
quit as soon as she sees it portrayed
on the stage. That may in a measure
account for the attendance at the
Folly this week—so many men are
taking their wives to see it. At any
rate it is worth seeing. There are so
many laughs in it that everybody goes
away in a good humor. Manager
Mills says he has not yet found a dis-
appointed or dissatisfied patron since
'Henpecked Henry" has been run-
Are You Saving Green Trading
Stamps? If not, why not?
We give S. & H. Green 1 ratling
Stamps FRKK with every pur-
chase of 10c or over.
Sample Millinery and Corset Parlor
... Ladies' Muslin Underwear and Hosiery ...
12HJ West Main St. Oklahoma City
Up stairs, 2nd Floor
Some very good looking portieres
are made of a fabric known as Sun
Fast madras, a lack openwork stuff
says the Indianapolis News. The man-
ufacturers guarantee that this mate-
rial will not fade. As for coloring
this new material Is shown in soft
shades of brown, gold. rose, green and
blue; also in two-toned effects and a
very attractive combination of rose,
brown and green.
It is well worth the time spent for you to drop in
our store before fully deciding on your doc-
oration-. We will he pleased to giv.
> y.iu our time and idea- 1
11^ -bowing you our entire line-
Spring we an'
-bowing some very tu.it w.
patterns with a price that i- * 4"^
within the reach of every mie.
A. M. HUGHES PAINT CO. **
20 West Main OKLAHOMA CITY Tel. W. 204
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