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THE LEADING STORE
We are now selling all of those
$25.00, $27.50 and $30.00
Tak advantage of this reduction and
Student Trade Appreciated
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THE HOME OF GOOD MEATS
AND GROCERIES. , FRESH
CURED, CORNED AND SMOK
ED MEATS, SAUSAGES AND
Phone 38 487 Willametti
I Big Musical Treat
First Christian Church
iFriday, Feb. 16,8 P.M.
University Y. M. C. A. Benefit
General Admission 50c
McMorran & Washburne
first showing of spring
Suits $20*00 to $35*00
One hundred Suits just arrived in Dublin Blues,Coffee
Browns and I ans and Blue Serges. Make your
L System Suits
Arrive Next Week
New Woolens for Tailored Suits now in. Experts to measure
you, and fit absolutely guaranteed. Suits to order, $18.00 to
University of Oregon Branch of
the American Institute of Electrical
Engineers announces the following
schedule for the second semester:
Feb. 13—“The Mixing and Placing
of Concrete,” J. W. McArthur.
A 10,000 Volt Testing Transformer
(Demonstration), Prof. Dearborn.
“Review of 1012 Electrical Press,”
J. P. McGuire.
March 12—“Electrical Conductors
of the Second Class,” Dr. Shinn.
“Electricity Applied to Mining,”
Press Review, Harold Cockerline.
April 0—Electro-Chemistry, Prof.
The Standard Cell, Dr. Boynton.
Press Review, Hugh Currin.
May 14—-“Labor Saving Devices in
Draughting," Prof. Adams.
“The Development of a Water
Power,” Prof. McAlister.
Press Review, Karl Onthank.
Fred M. Templeton, B. A. 1897, is
a wholesale commission merchant at
125 Front street, Portland.
Mrs. Florence DeBar Stackpole, B.
A.. 1906, resides at Ketchekan,
Mabel A. Tiffany. B. A. 1908, is at
home in Eugene.
The Gamma Delta Gamma enter
tained a number of their friends at
dinner Sunday evening. A pleasant
time was had by all present.
CHAMPIONS OF EQUAL
SUFFRAGE IN ASSEMBLY
Advocates of Women’s Rights Talk
Before University Students in
At the regular assembly in Villard
this morning, two short but instruct
ive addresses were given by represen
tatives of the Women Suffrage Move
ment of Oregon.
The first address was given by Miss
Greely. of New York City. She
traced the evolutionary movement
for the advancement of women in the
past and showed how the women who
seventy-five years ago had no civil
rights, such as property rights, con
tract rights, heritage rights, or par
entage rights, had finally, in 1848,
rebelled and started a movement for
the emancipation of women whose
ultimate object was equal suffrage.
Next she showed how all the minor
rights had been gradually obtained,
having only the right of equal suf
frage ungranted. She then stated
that if a calamity should overtake the
state at the present time which would
result in the overthrow of the exist
ing government, women would de
mand and probably obtain an equal
voice in order to safeguard her inter
ests. In conclusion she showed how
the whole question was incidental in
this evolutionary movement of the
race which is going on at the present
The second address was delivered by
Miss Whitney, the National College
Secretary of this movement. She
showed the advance which the subject
was making in the various states and
showed the necessity of having the
colleges and educated communities of
the country behind the movement to
guide it it the right course. She then
showed in what part of the govern
ment and from what stadpoint wo
men’s interest would lay and in a few
words clearly showed that while man’s
interests lay in corporate and business
government, woman’s interests would
be the correction of evils which sur
rounded the children.
LINCOLN HIGH MINSTRELS
TO SHOW IN EUGENE FRIDAY
For the performance Friday night
at the Eugene Theater of the famous
Lincoln High School Minstrels every
indication points to a record gather
ing of University students. By tele
graph, telephone and letter, members
of the troupe of 31 declare that their
performance will be away superior to
those given in Portland.
Jokes will be localized on both the
college and Eugene High School, from
which latter institution six young
women will be selected to sell candy
between the acts.
Announcement of the proposed visit
of the Minstrels was made this morn
ing by President Campbell and “Sap”
Latourette, a Lincoln alumnus, deliv
ered an address in which he urged the
students to attend and pointed out
that the reception given to the visit
ors would in large measure influence
them when they came to choose their
Popular prices have been selected
for the offering, the best figure being
The minstrels played to three
crowded houses at the Bungalow Thea
tre, Portland, and their press notices
were flattering in the extreme, the
local papers devoting in the aggre
gate two and one-half columns to
The curtain will rise at 9 o’clock,
this hour being selected by arrange
ment with the High School, which
plays Albany at basketball earlier in
Calvin Casteel, B. S. 1903, is an en
gineer on the United States reclama
tion service, stationed at Zillah, Wash.
Thomas M. Roberts, M. A. 1896, is
an electrical engineer, with offices in
Lester L. Lewis, B. A. 1902, is sales
manager for the Booth-Kelly Lumber
Co. in Eugene.
Carrie Matlock Roudebush. B. L.
1897, is at home in San Francisco,
The Store That Sells
First Class Workmen.
565 Willamette Street.
PIANOS FOR RENT
606 Willamette Street.
40 East Ninth Street.
Linn Drug Co.
KODAKS KODAK SUPPLIES
530 Willamette Street.
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SMITH & McCORMIGK, Proprietors
We would appreciate your ac
count. Interest paid on Time De
posits and Savings Accounts.
Corner Seventh and Willamette
It's easy to learn the value'of
tasteful, appropriate and /classy
printing if you will place the work
in onr hands. We produce printed
things that make a pleasing im
Eugene Printing Co*
Loan & Savings Bank Bg. Phone 409
Making Clothes is
Men Buy at
505 Willamette St.
A Good Surprise
to your mother, sister, or sweetheart,
will be a box of OTTO’S CANDIES.
The only candy made in Eugene, and
better than any candy shipped in to