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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1909)
Kiss Me Kiddo,I’m Chocolate!
McDonald •§ candies
Dillon Drug Company
Hotel Smeede Building
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.
to see our new stock pattern
for vour new Dinner Ware.
Yon are able to always keep
your set full when you
bu\ from us.
Geo* Rail * Son
Staple and fancy Groceries
Che Store that Saves You money
The only Exclusive
House in Eugene
Stall & Dean
W e carry everything needed for
A1 rack, Field and Gym.
Eugene Gun Co.
Phone Blk 1511 534 Willamette
W. J. ITTLT, Phone P,l. 1052
Make Our Store Your
Student Business Solicited
Sid Smith Jay McCormick
College Men’s Retreat
FRANK E. DUNN
The Leadingg Dry Goods Store
DRY GOODS, AND CARPETS
Ladies’ and Gents’ Furnishings
The Oak Shoe Store
Leader in Footwear
Successor to David Link 587 Willamette St.
LAUREAN—SATURDAY, 7 P. M.
Address—B. H. Williams.
The Idaho-Oregon Game—V. D. Beach.
Debate—Resolved, That all corporations
engaged in inter-state business should
be required to take out a federal char
ter; it being mutually conceded that
such legislation would be constitu
tional and that a system of federal
license shall not be available as :yi
Affirmativve—Earl Jones, C. E.
Spencer, W. Koniel.
Negative—C. W. Walls, H. H. Cook,
R. F. Murphy.
The Philologians adjourned last Sat
urday for the dance, so the same pro
gram will stand for this week.
The Engineering Club will meet next
Friday evening at 8 o’clock in McClure
Hall. Dr. Leonard will continue his
presentation of mathematical puzzles be
gun at the last meeting. F. T. Struck,
'll, and Earl A. Marshall, ’10, will
deliver short addresses. •
Lida Garret, ’12, and Madge Ham
11c, 'll, entertained very charmingly for
about thirty friends at Miss Garret’s
home Saturday evening. The parlors
were decorated with autumn leaves and
green boughs, carrying out the color
scheme of yellow and green. Games
and dancing were enjoyed by the guests.
Delicious refreshments were served by
Miss Garret’s sisters, Frances and Hat
I he Y. W. C. A. Girls say that prep
arations are being made for a huge suc
cess at the Promenade Concert next
Friday night. The proceeds are to be
used for building the Y. W. C. A. bun
galow just north of the campus.
■'I he program it self is very attractive,”
says Edith Prescott, who has charge
of the affair, “and when the decoration
committee gets through with Villard
Hall, you will hardly recognize the
Other College News
I here are thirteen men on the foot
ball training table at Washington.
English classes at Minnesota listen to
appropriate music while studying litera
C. J. Marsh, halfback on the North
western team, broke his leg in a scrim
mage practice last week.
The membership of the Glee Club of
Syracuse University numbers fifty, most
of whom are last year’s men.
Yale football officials are advocating
both morning and evening practice when
the squad gets down to hard work.
The baseball men have begun train
ing at California. Practice games be
tween the first and second teams will
be played three times a week.
Governor Charles E. Hughes of New
York will give a course of lectures on
” 1 he Responsibility of Citizenship,” at
Yale University, beginning Nov. 15.
Several students at the University of
Pennsylvania have organized an aero
plane club. An exhibition flight is to
be given on Thanksgiving day between
the halves of the Cornell-Pennsylvania
The co-eds of the University of Min
nesota have struck for better athletic
arrangements and have organized an
atheletic association for themselves, one
of the objects of which is to work for a
Walter Camp, Jr., son of the father
of football at Yale, is among the fresh
men candidates for the team. Old Yale
men say that his style of play is similar
to that of his father and predict that he
will be heard from later.
J. F. STERNER
STAPLE AND FANCY
20 East Ninth
Phone Main 18
■ «*> -. v . J/U . ■
Up to the minute for style is all our
High top shoes for rainy days on the
campus and rallies.
College emblem scuffs, the latest
thing in slippers.
BURDEN & GRAHAM
COCKERLINE & WETHERBEE
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS
LADIES' AND MEN’S
Men's, Youths’ and Children’s Clothing
PHONE MAIN 42
55 E. Ninth. Phone Main 737
The House That Quality Hulll
Bn is. m liii Co.
College Brand, Teas, Coffees,
Spices, Extracts. Pure
J. W. HARTLEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
HIGH GRADE CIGARS AND
595 Willamette Street.
\\ hile attending photo convention? at
Seattle we purchased new back grounds,
new photo mounts and some thing you
will all like, the latest photograph ma
terial. Watch our sample case.
PLACE TO EAT
IN THE CITY IS
on East Seventh Street, next to
7he Palace of Sweets
I aving secured the services of a
candy-maker of 22 years experi
ence will he all that its name sug
gests. Something new every day.
W e are manufacturing our own
Chicken Tamalies and a trial will
c mvince you as to their superior
.quality. We are preparing to
u ve Oysters and our service will
■' second to none.
Grateful for Student Patronage
F. BERRY, Proprietor
T. G. Hendricks, Pres. Luke L. Goodrich, Asst. Cash.
S. B. Eakin, Vice Pres. Darwin Bristow, Asst. Cash.
P. E. Snodgrass, Cashier
and Surplus, $200,000
Student Patronage Solicited
The Store That. Sella
Schwarzschild’s Book Store
Books - Stationery - Art Goods