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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1912)
Our Men’s Furnishing Section
Sole agents for the guar
anteed Buster Brown Hose
for men. Box of four pair
guaranteed to wear 4 mo.s
price per box, $1.00.
65c Silk Sox 50c
Pure thread Silk Sox, as
sorted colors, double heel
and toes, an exceptional 60c
value, special per pair 50c
Men’s Soft Collars 15
Popular and comfortable
style for summer, laundry
soft, require no starch to
hold the exact shape. All
sizes in white with haired
buttons, each 15c.
Ax Billy Department Store
The Sincerity Store
Cal-a-Poo-Ya Mineral Water
Cor. 5th and Willamette, Eugene, Ore. Phone 152
Fruits and Produce
Eugene’s Pioneer Wholesale Grocers Phone 82 465 Olive
Are You Coming
The Water is Fine
The Red W Store
We would appreciate your ac»
count. Interest paid on Time De
posits and Savings Accounts.
Corner Seventh and Willamette
Groshong & Billings, Props.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
J5 East Ninth Phone 14
TRY A LIMEADE
OR LIME FREEZE
40 East Ninth Street.
Patterson and 13th Streets.
Our pictures are strong, soft and
round. We guarantee to please you.
Prices are reasonable.
COME IN AND SEE OUR WORK
A. W. COOK
CLEANING, PRESSING AND
LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY
45 E. 7th St. Phone 592. Eugene, Ore
C. Marx R. M. Marx
Eugene Dye Works
Expert Cleaners. Dyers and Pressers.
Phone Main 122. 125 East Uth St.
University of Oregon
You will find
W. G. SMITH & CO.
the best place to Engrave your
ERY OF ALL KINDS
Special disdount for visi i g cards when
six or more order at one time.
3d Floor Washington Bldg,,
TRUCK SEASON OPENED
WITH CLOSE CONTESTS
Six Conference Colleges Meet With
Oregon, W. S. C., and Whitman
Last Friday and Saturday marked
the real opening of the inter-colleg
iate track season in the Northwest.
All of the six conference colleges,
Washington, Idaho, W. S. C., Whit
man, 0. A. C., and Oregon, participat
ed in dual meets.
Oregon met and easily defeated the
O. A. C. track men on Friday. On
Saturday Washington State College
sprang a surprise on the sport follow
ers and vanquished the famous Uni
versity of Washington team by an
The only fast time made in the meet
was the 100 and 220, wTiich were eas
ily taken by the fleet-footed Courtney.
On the same day, May 11, Whitman
and Idaho University competed in one
of the closest contests ever held on a
Northwest track. Not until Blooin
quist redeemed what looked like a
sure loss in the relay, did Whitman
overcome the Gem Staters. One of
the exciting features of this meet was
the dead heat in the quarter mile be
tween Loux, of Idaho, and Bloomquist,
The real contest of the season will
be the big conference meet in Port
land. June 1. The six conference col
leges will participate in this meet,
making it the largest contest ever
held in the Northwest.
Manager Geary was selected to ar
range the meet and is already making
extensive plans for a successful con
WASHINGTON TO INAUGURATE
NEW FEATURE “PARENTS DAY”
Students at the University of
Washington will entertain their par
ents on the campus on Wednesday,
May 22. All members of the student
body have been asked to invite their
parents for that day, and a reception
has been provided.
The incomplete program of the day
includes the moving up assembly,
when athletic emblems are awarded
for the year, and the first inaugural
ceremonies for the new associated
student officers will be held. From 2
to 4, President and Mrs. Kane will
hold a reception for the visitors and
The Daily will conduct an open house
for the afternoon. A crew race will
be scheduled at 4 o’clock and addi
tional entertainment will be provided
later by the committee.
Y. M. C. A. RIVER
The last regular Y. M. C. A. lec
ture of the year will be given by Dr.
Wm. Parsons on “Intellectual Con
sistency in Christianity,” Thursday,
May 16, from 7 to 7:50 P. M. He was
formerly a prominent worker among
students of Eastern universities, serv
ing in the capacity of student pastor
for several years. The quartette will
sing, preliminary to the address.
The annual picnic up the race and
across the Willamette will take place
Friday, May 17. The followers of
cut-door pastime will leave the Dor
mitory at 4:15 P. M., and maneuver
up the race in canoes.
Dr. Taylor, a local physician, will
deliver the last lecture of the “Health
and Strength Series,” Wednesday
evening, May 15, on “A True View of
Four Sex Lies.” His address will be
a scientific and constructive talk on
false ideas entertained by men gener
Eugene Agents for Onyx Hosiery
Nay Sale of Undermuslins
At a Saving of 25 per cent
W e buy our Undermuslins from a famous New York maker, in fact
the largest undermusiln house in the world—so you may he sure we have
just the new, well-made, splendid fitting muslin wear that the economical
woman wants. The Nainsook, Cambric, Crepe, and Lingerie Cloths, are
of exquisite fineness and the Laces and Embroideries of excellent qual
ity, and in the daintiest patterns. Fresh, clean garments at a saving of
20 to 25 per cent.
Dainty Corset Cover and Drawer
Combination Suits, made of fine ma
terials. Corset Covers, made with
yokes of lace, embroidery, beading
and ribbon; also inserts of embroidery
$1.25 Combination Suits $0.98
1.50 Combination Suits 1.19
1.75 Combination Suits 1.35
2.00 Combination Suits 1.48
2.50 Combination Suits 1.95
3.50 Combination Suits 2.85
GOWNS AT BIG REDUCTIONS
An assortment of gowns in slip
over and open front style, made of
Nainsook, Long Cloth, and Crepe.
They have square, round and V necks.
With or without yoke or Empire style.
Fancy flowing or elbow sleeves.
Daintily trimmed with fine laces.
Princess Slips, Corset Covers, Draw
ers, and Skirts, all on sale.
Eugene Cloak and Suit House
Phone BKaP'1" E. LARGE Register Bldg.
The Store That Sells Wooltex Styles
Capital and Surplus $275,000.00
WANTS ^ OUR BANKING BUSINESS
T. G. HENDRICKS, President
P. E. SNODGRASS, Vice-President
LUKE L. GOODRICH, Cashier
DARWIN BRISTOW, Assistant Cashier
RAY GOODRICH, Assistant Cashier
QUALITY AND PRICE
Two points to bo oonaldarad always shown
Phone 507 j|| BINGHAM’S 26 E,st 9th St
FOR UP TO DATE PHOTOS
J. B. ANDERSON
Alfred Benjamin and Sophomore
Regal and Stetson Shoes
Mallory and Stetson Hats
Star and Cluett Shirts
ROBERTS BROS. ‘‘Toggery”
554 WILLAMETTE STREET
The Place to Buy a
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