The Oklahoma Advance (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, August 11, 1922 Page: 3 of 12
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By Gene Stone
A glance thru the new fall ar-
rivals makes one long for the crisp
autumn days that are coming. The
secret’s out—brown is the accepted
color for fall, ^nd black still re-
mains very, very correct — while
the combination of these two is
Harry Katz has some extremely
smart hats in those lovely wood
browns. The new note of sophis-
tication is evident in these.
Are you proud of your feet? Then
be glad that the ever-becoming
Colonial pump has come back into
favor. The Booterie is showing
lovely versions of this style in satin,
suede and brocade.
At Gloyd - Hal-
liburton’s, one finds
a bewildering as-
sortment of new
fall frocks for all
occasions. There is
a striking street
costume o f black
Matelasse, with M ft if*
monkey fur trim- ($ |YJ pv;
undies about town, it's rather ridu-
culous to consider them luxuries.
One of the best buys I’ve seen are
the excellent quality crepe de chine
and lace teddies, also at Rosenthal’s
for only $2.95.
there are some
sories for the new
is of green shell,
and the novel ear
drops are fash-
ioned in dull gold
fillagree and en-
ameled in Egyptian fashion in blut
and green enamel.
are such values ar- Katz is offenng
in pure silk at half price.
For the finishing touch for the
fall costume, Rorabaugh-Brown’s
are showing gauntlet and twelve-
button, the popular lengths, in the
new brown shades.
raonney jui mm ^ n kj, i;,
ming, the draped [j, fcl U, l.
skirt fastened with WhJ foj \\
a large rhinestone T- ■ r
bordered clasp. v'T;,
The dinner dress
sketched, is of car-
amel colored Renee
crepe and Chantilly
lace with an unusual braided girdle,
e uneven* lengths of the panels
When winfter comes, you’ll need
some of those good looking all-wool
blankets or satin covered wool fill-
ed comforts that Kerr’s are show-
ing for the absurdly low price of
lovely n e w
blouse* for fall.
The new' Rus-
sian influence is
shown in the one
sketched of navy
dered in gay col-
Thinking of winter also reminds
one that the fur sale at Gloyd-Hal-
liburton’s can’t last forever, and
the wise woman will do well to
take advantage of the 20 per cent
to 33 per cent discount now offered.
Hudson Seal coats, Skunk trimmed,
in the fashionable Mandarin style,
are priced at $295, and a very spe-
cial bargain is the new Laskin
Seal coat for $125, plain or Skunk
trimmed for $135.
With the many reductions in silk
307 Host Grand
Oklahoma s Exclusive Band and
Orchestra Instrument House.
BOUGHT AN1> SOLO
There are plenty of summer days
left yet to warrant one’s getting a
silk sweater, especially when there
showing the in
buckles for the
skirt in a pleas-
ing variety — the sketch shows
buckles of jade, green shell, in
scarab shape. In this department
A rugged romance of the great
Southwest where trails were few
and hardy pioneers journeyed via
prairie schooner en route to the
Golden "West. Many lawless bands
reamed the vast terrlfbry and prey-
ed on innocent victims; many an
immigrant train had been raided
and their stock run off by those
human vultures, and “West of The
Pecos” seemed to be the favorite
haunt of the outlaws.
“West of the Pecos." starring
Neal Hart, comes to The Folly Fri-
day and Saturday. It is crammed
with startling stunts and intense
melodramatic situations. It is one
of Mr. Hart’s best offerings.
also one finds the popular "Peggy”
sport chains, made of metal and In
colors to match one’s costume.
THOMAS MEIGH4N COMING.
A prime favorite with motion pic-
ture fans is Thomas Meighan. who
will appear at The Majestic The-
atre Friday in his latest Paramount
Starring vehicle, "Conrad in Quest
of His Youth.” Margaret Loomis
plays opposite the star.
DOWN GOES THE PRICE
Giugharas and Calico- Saturday,
10c l’er lard.
SMITH & SUGGS
Variety Store 2£i >V. Reno
, Jj MARKET
—in every woman’s life
when she gives up bar-
gain hunting and goes
to the Crescent for the
—and that’s the time when
complaints at the dinner-
YES —Your Auto, Your Piano, Your Phonograph, Your Furniture, lour Oftiee Equipment—NEED IT
NO OILY SURFACE
WILL NOT* SCRATCH\
Go to the
and spend what
„ , ADM.
Family Theater ^ ^
—where everybody JL xj?
Today and Tomorrow
The Daredevil Queen
of the Screen
The Timber Queen
Today and Tomorrow
DICK HATTON in
Snub Pollard Comedy
Next Fri. k Sat.: Neal Hart
in “West of the Pecos”
SUNDAY AND MONDAY—SUNDAY AND MONDAY—SUNDAY AND MONDAY—SUNDAY AND MONDAY
The Greatest Man-Hunt
—and a love-story long to be remembered.
Belasco-like in its perfection. A picture that
everyone should see.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
r - Greatest
Wall” ze Beery
and a host
a coined v
HOXIE , t
Fiitzi Brunette and William P. Carleton
“A WIFE’S AWAKENING”
The tale of a man with a twisted soul
Aesop’s Fables* Topics Sport Review
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Johnson, Edward H. The Oklahoma Advance (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, August 11, 1922, newspaper, August 11, 1922; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc937501/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.