Enid Daily Eagle. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 144, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 13, 1909 Page: 2 of 8
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KNIT) DAILY RAGLE. SATTRDAY, MARCH 13, 1000.
to Pay he Li,ns(or M^r^i nd ub-r oklahoma Christian University
nst Ke Magnificent Building «*f <he ______ =—=
The Enid University Investment & Development Co., will place on sale 100 Lots, no more, no less, in
University Place Addition at a Great Reduction. Sale to Commence
MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 15th at 8:00 O'clock a. m.
and continue until the 100 lots are sold. NO LOTS WILL BE SOLD BEFORE THAT DATE. The Liens on the building in no way affect the title to the lots on sale. Lots that have heretofore been
selling for $500 00 and 5450.00 each will be sacrificed at the prices set forth in the terms of sale. Every Enid booster should buy two or more of these lots. They are on the STREET CAR LINE, they
are near the University, they are on the way to the Stock Pavilion and Fair Grounds, they are near the beautiful University Lake, new houses are continually being constructed on this addition, they are
an investment that will double your money inside of a year. Street Paving and City Water will soon be extended to the University Campus.
TFffilVC fiSr Qdf F• Your Choice in the Addition for $350 for Corners; $300 for Insides
ur Payable $SQ Down and SIO a Month
This sale must go to satisfy the creditors of the Oklahoma Christian University and after the 100 lots are sold the sale stops, the price goes up again, and the opportunity of a life time will have passed.
NOW is the Goose that Lays the Golden Etjg. The Following Real Estate Firms of the City will Handfe this Sale
IMrkfU-hfcIs Liml A I
.Itflrk's Itcalty Co.
Inline) \ Itohinson
Whitman, Ka/.ey & Co.
Pagan AL Pagan
KIiik At Pratt
Kay Sl Halley
Wilson lteulty Co.
Ilradtle'd Realty Co.
(* an non & (foulding
L ghtfoot Brother*
Handera & Dazey
llurYvt-U Jc Fisher
(ireen Realty Co.
Khobc Ai Bridges
Howe 1 Co.
Oklahoma-Texas Land <"«>
Carter Ai Scifers
Hudkins Realty Co.
Pieratt-Whitlock Realty Co.
ll nnter Realty Co.
Todd Realty Co.
Loewen Theatre, Tuesday, March 16
^ , ============== ONE NIGHT ONLY
HENRY B. HARRIS Presents
THE GREATEST AMERICAN DRAMATIC TRIUMPH ot the CENTURY
44 The Lion and the Mouse 99
By CHARLES KLEIN, Author of "The Third Degree"
Same Charming Cast Enjoyed in this Remarkable Play
for Over Three Years
Following Ih an editorial taken
from a recent copy of "The Show
World." a theatrical paper published
by Warren Patrick in Chicago, in
which he asked thin all important
question. "What Are Shows Coming
To"? He pleads for an uplift of the
theatre and asks the support of till;
Stop and think. Mr. Producing
.Manager, what is the show business
Shall vulgarity be substituted for
wit, salacity for ehnrm. indecency
for an elaborate production, until t
becomes a d^^raoe to be connected
with any branch of the theatrica.
Is it policy for those producers
who care nothing for their personal
standing to offer plays which offend
the taste of decent people simply be-
cause they will make a little money
for the management?
It will be admitted that business
has been bad this season, under the
spur of a paucity of profits some few
producing managers have been
tempted beyond their strength whon|
they learned that there was a certain
class of theatre-goers who would at-
tend a performance simply because it
But the public will not always
stand for vulgarity in the theatre.
There is a limit and it has been
reached, or soon will be reached, :f
we read the sigus of the times cor-
There are respectable people in j
the country who attend the theatres,
moral men and pure women who ar« j
offended at the suggest!vt-ueas of tin*
class of shows which are Just now I
most successful, and whose patrou I
age in the end will cost th * theatri- j
cal managers more, hundreds >i
times more, than the profits of th
harvesting money tor their owner 1
There are classes in the countryI
who have consistently fought th"|
theatres for many years. The men1,
and women in the profession have;
not felt their calumnias because they I
believedthat those who spoke bad |
8CT3NE FROM LAST ACT. "THE LION AND THK MQ178K."
of the theatrical profession general-j
ly were ignorant or misinformed.
Must these misguided persons be
given arguments which will bo
thrown in the teeth of those who
stand up for the theater in future
jears? Must it come to a point
where theatrical attractions must be
censored before they arc permitted
to he presented to the public?
We hope not.
We believe that there are enough
honorable men among producing
managers, who stand for decency and
respectability under all circumstan-
ces. who will frown on the rapidly
increasing number of salacious shows
and who will arise in their man-
hood and denounce producers, ar-
tists. and the managers of theaters
which house such shows, until the
fellow whose mind runs toward
things of the underworld will bo
frowned upon the same who are
making their living from the sins of
the social world.
Klaw Ai Erlanger have repeated-
ly refused to become linaneially '
terested in such shows, we are in-
formed.and when public opinion
ba ks them to the proper extent they
will refuse to give time to any attrac-
tion which depends upon lewdness
for its drawing power.
Write them a letter if you wish to
maintain the honor of the profession
and request them to refuse time *o
saliu ious attractions. Write it to-
day' Prove to them that there a^e
members of the profession in which
many of the readers of this journal
earn their livelihood."
POLITICS l\ A FARM DKAL.
\ kunvav Itcpuhlican .lust llatr I
to Htty in Bryan County.
Muskogee, Okla.. March 12. Af-
ter months of negotiations C. B. Mer-
riam of Topeka. Kan., today closed :«
deal for a farm in Bryan county.
Okla It took months of hard work
to oveii-ome Merriam's political pre
judit -- \ local real estate dealer in
farms la-nan a trade with Morrlara
last summer. As the national caiu-l
paign grew wa in Merriam became
irate at W .1 Bryan and declared lie
would not buy land in Bryan county.!
Okla . because the county was namei |
after Bryan. Merriam is n radical;
republican and was an ardent Taft •
supporter He liked the farm of 400]
acres and knew it was a bargain for'
the price j
My Kansas friends would never
forgive me," In* declared It was not!
until the «uippaign was over that
Taft was inaugurated that Merriam
began to see the real value of th« j
land.and today he paid over a check <
for the farm.
$1.50, $1.00, 75c ant! 50c
Seat Sale Opens Next Saturday
NO FREE LIST
An Krror Corrected.
i In the write-up of the new hotel
' at Wichita in the Eagle Thursday
i we made an error in stating that the
building would cost $60,000. The
urticlo should have read that $G0,-
000 would be spent on additions to
the hotel. This hotel is owned by
B. L. Eaton, one of the proprietors
of the Billings, and is known as the
A General Slucum Victim.
Washington, I). C., March 13.—
The speaker's room of the house of i
representatives held a pleasant party-
today, called to witness a presenta- I
tion to a victim of the great Gen-I
eral Slocum disaster, Miss Helen J.
McGann, of New York, a youthful
hero of that terrible event of June
15, 190 4. The honor conferred was
a medal of honor, which was voted
to her by the house of representa-
tives on the third of March on reso-
lution of Representative Golden, of
New York, who headed the commit-
tee from the house, which today
handed her the medal, with warm
words of commendation.
Miss Savelle. toe dancer, in the musi-
cal suc.ee;. The District Leader."
Sheriff Campbell today raided tho
plate of Kills llaus. commonly known
as "Old Hoss" on Second street and
added some more bootleg booze 10
the stock he now has on hand. The
sheriff found seven bottles of whis-
key in a «rip, all of which he coii-
II sea ted.
Segotiating with 1x>*hccs.
Another letter has been received
by City Attorney Acuff from Guth-
rie with reference to condemning
the school lands in this city. The
letter was written by the secretary
to the commissioner of lands and
stated that the papers which Mr.
Acuff had sent to the governor had
been referred to the writer. He
states that he has written to the lea-
sees about this land and requested
that they call on Mr. Acuff or the
city engineer about it and that if
they propose to relinquish the part
of land they occupy it w ill be en-
tirely proper for them to do so and
states that as soon as advice is re-
ceived from the lessees he will ad-
vise the city attorney further.
The Pianos we Sell are Standard!!
Wc do not sell any of the cheap Pianos, such as the ones made for the mail
order houses where the manufacturers name is not on the Piano or the manufac-
turers guarantee with it. Look over the line we carry, Everett, Checkering
Bros*, Kimball, Adam Schaal. What better lines could any company
handle? Call or write us about bargains. We are getting ready to move to our
new building and wish to dispose of our stock before wc move.
FREDERICKS0H MUSIC COMPANY
Southwest Corner of Square
Pieratt-Whitlock Realty Co.
When' Oklahoma's Money Went.
GuNirie. Okia.. March 12,—State
Auditor M. E. Trapp today sent to
the legislature a statement of the
conditions of the appropriations for
legislative expenses. Of the $100,-
000 appropriated for mileage, per
diem and contingent expenses by sen-
ate bill No. 12, there remains unex-
pended 132,982.41. The house has
3pent $44,068.4 2, and the senate
$1!2,:J48.< 7. This does not include
printing for either house. Of the
$25,000 appropriated for salaries of
employes. $3,563.50 remains to tho
credit of the senate and $1,078.50
for the house.
6 room, 160 ft. North Grand, good barn, to trade lor vacant
property in University addition. Price . . $2 500
7 rooms, 50 ft W- Cherokee, near car line, modern . . $2 600
6 rooms, 50 ft. 1005 W Maine St. *2,000, *1,000 Cash
Acreage 2, 2 1 2, 5, 7 1.2, 10 acre tracts, 12 mile north of Univer-
sity. Good soil, no waste land, l- j cash, balance easy.
160 acres joining Enid, can be platted and sold at big
profit. Price .... $14 000
Third Floor, Chamber of Commerce Building. Phone 131
Cromwell is the man to call if
you want insurance. Your family
may need it to pay off the mortgage
when you are gone. Phone 1030
71 T West Oklahoma.
See Orr L. Green for bargains in
Arlington lots. 3-10-6
THE OKLAHOMA SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
WHY NOT PUT YOUR SAVINGS IN THE OKLAHOMA SAVINGS AND LOAN
95.OO per month for 112 months matures SIOOO.OO--Profit 440.OO
$7.50 " " " 84 " " $1000.00 - " $37QJtO
$10.00 " " " 72 " " $1000.00-. " $280.00
We w!ll pay you 7 per cent per annum on TIME DEPOSITS, interest pay-
able every six months. No Taxes.
PUT VOUR MONEY IfVHEHE IT WILL HELP BUILD ENID
We are Under the Supervision hot the Bank Commissioner.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
CHARLES BORDERS, Pres F. EVERETT PURCELL. Director
GEORGE J. GENSMAN, Vice Pres. i. E. NEWMAN. Direcior.
FRANK L. HAMILTON, Sec. and Treas. W. L. RICHARDS, Direcior.
CHAS. L. MOORE, Director and Attorney.
OHIce Over New Post OHice.
"SCBNE FROM THE LION AND THE MOUSE '
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