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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1909)
Dillon Drug Company
Hotel Smeede Building
Now is the time to win her, boys, with a box of
Ask your friends about us
If you are thinking of having your eyes fitted for
Glasses, don’t fail to see Dr. Watts and have him
explain the merits of the new Health Ray Lenses.
WATTS’ OPTICAL PARLORS
611 Wilamette St.
We are headquarters for
and the Largest and most
Complete Line of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Phone Main 48.
The only Exclusive
House in Eugene
Stall & Dean
AG El IM 3Y
We carry everything needed for
Track, Field and Gym.
Eugene Gun Co.
Phone Blk 1511 534 Willamette
Make Our Store Headquarters
Student Business Solicited
Visit Our 5c, 10c and 15c Store
Sid Smith Jay McCormick
College Men’s Retreat
FRANK E. DUNN
The Leadingg Dry Goods Store
DRY GOODS, AND CARPETS
Ladies’ and Gents’ Furnishinr's
The Oak Shoe Store
Leader in Footwear
Successor io David Link
587 Willamette St.
Both the Philos and the Laureans
are scheduled to meet tonight, the Philos
for the first time this season, the Laure
ans for the second.
Revision of the Laurean Constitution.
J. Earl Jones, F. E. Dunton
Pres. Steele, Leader of Debate
Resolved: “That the corporation tax
feature of the Payne Tariff Bill
should be rejected by congress.
Armative, Percy Collier, (closer),
A. F. Roberts.
Negative, A. B. Cash, (closer),
Address, Mr. Buchen
Declamation, Alfred Powers
Address, Professor Glen
Exemporancous debate by old members.
The Philos meet in Dr. Leona "d’s
room in Deady Hall, the Laureans in
Prof. Schmidt’s room in the same build
LA UREAN COMMITTEES
Membership—B. H. Williams, chair
man, Arthur Geary, Chester Moores.
Question—Roy K. Terry, chairman, A.
F. Roberts, C. W. Walls.
Program—Watlor Huntington, chair
man, H. H. Clarke, Earl Latourette.
The German Club will hold its first
meeting next Tuesday evening at 7:30
in Villard Hall, Prof. Koehler’s room.
There will be an election of officers.
ALUMNI MAKE GOOD rN
Seven of hist year’s graduates, four
engineers, three lawyers, are taking post
graduate courses in Eastern colleges.
Bean and McEwen arc at Boston
“Tech.” and Chas. Shaffer is attending
the same institution. Paul Reid and R.
LI. Steelquist are taking work in elec
trical engineering at Cornell. C. M.
Snow and Oscar Furuset arc studying
law at Harvard. Jessie Hurley is at
Woirv.m's College, Baltimore. J. II.
Bond is at Columbia, where he received
Clarence Whecldon, cx-TO, spent a
few days in Eugene at the opening of
college before resuming bis work at
the University of Michigan. As he has
taken the regular three years’ course in
two years, he has had no time for de
bate, in which department he distin
guished himself while at the Univer
sity of Oregon.
Through some mistake last commence
ment, Greta Bristow was not given any
graduating honors. This has since been
corrected and she is now the proud
possessor of a “Sunima Cum Laude,”
residing at her home in Eugene.
Contrary to reports, Gladys McKen
zie is not attending Columbia University
in New York. Instead she is living
quietly at her home in Portland.
Harvard Moore is visiting friends in
Eugene. He will return to Portland
Sunday, where he is studying medicine
in the Medical Department.
Arthur VanDusen, Oregon’s popular
yell leader, is taking a medical course at
the University of Michigan.
Earl Kilpatrick, last year’s editor of
the Oregon Weekly, is principal of the
Pleasant Hill High School.
Herbert Clark is studying law in Port
land with the firm of Platt & Platt.
Don't you think
it'$ time we got together
Fall and Winter Clothes
Take a smile at our
MEN BlIY 5T
505 Willamette Street
Policy of the
Sherman, Clay & Co*
One price to all.
Superior quality of goods.
A ,‘square deal” to everybody.
A, small margin added to the
wholesale cost is our profit.
Easy terms of ownership is the
explanation of our large and in
No fake sales or spasmodic re
duction of prices in any of our
line of stores.
To offer an expensive article
today at one price, tomorrow at
another and later at half price in
dicates either an enormous profit
or an unreliable policy.
Sherman, Clay & Company
shuns such deceptive methods, be
lieving that an instrument of mer
it is worth as much today as it
was yesterday or will be tomor
A child can buv a piano as safe
Iv and as cheaply from us as can
the most experienced business
25 East Ninth St., Eugene, Ore.
CHAS. F. SHAW, Mgr.
Pioneer Shining Parlor
Grateful for Student Patronage
F. BERRY, Proprietor
T. G. Hendricks, Pres. Luke L. Goodrich, Asst. Cash.
S. G. Eakin, Vice Pres. Darwin Bristow, Asst. Cash.
P. E. Snodgrass, Cashier
Capital and Surplus, $200,000
Student Patronage Solicited
The Store That Sella
IlHlISlI X SIS
Schwarzschiid’s Book Store
Books, Stationery, Art Goods