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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1912)
E. C. Hughes. G. E. Wood.
Eugene Bottling Co*
Manufacturers of all kinds of
SOFT DRINKS AND SYRUPS
Golf and Tennis Supplies
Eugene Gun Co.
C. W. Crump
STAPLE AND FANCY
20 East Ninth St. Phone 18.
W. F. Osburn, Prop.
Modern and Up-to-I)ate.
Rooms en suite or single*
Dining room popular with stud
ents of U. of O.
EAT AT THE
If you want the best
Try the Owl’s
Famous Clam Chowder
Opp. Postoffice Cor. 6th and Willamette
For the llest and Freshest Fruits
Opposite Post Office
Cor. 9th and Willamette.
U. of O. students welcome to Eu
gene. You are invited to inspect our
plant and our goods. All kinds of
pastry, sanitary wrapped bread.
Heinz' goods, Aldon confectionery,
chewing gum, etc.
I Hi nn M. Price
Phone 72. SO East 9th St.
CLEANING and PRESSING
WHEN YOU THINK OF
then of course you nuturally think of
Smart, The Jeweler
LADIES and GENTS TAILOR
All work guaranteed. None but
first class workmen employed. Our
work is made right in Eugene.
19 E. Ninth St. Phone 138
Phone 123. West Eight Street.
W. M. GREEN
The BEST of Everything to Eat
Phone us your orders. We hare
our own delivery wagons. Phone 246.
See Hortl} U>lii&ow for Pisplay
of Spring an& Summer Woolens
MEN BUY AT
505 Willamette Street
Registered Factory on
Wholesale and Retail
5^1 Willamette St. Eugene
Hunter Electric Co.
610 Willamette Phone 718
Roach Music House
Evarythlng In the
10th and Willamette Sts. Phone 862.
The “Quality” Shop
Confectionery and Ice Cream
that is superior
Hot and Cold Lunches
C. A. MOUSE, Proprietor
Call up 578
The Store that Saves you Money
on Furniture for Students
by (Srabuate pharmacists
Sl?erunu=2Hoore Prua do.
9tl] anb lOillamettc
BISSELL & BARKER
526 Willamette Street
General Home Furnishers
Phone 124 Eugene, Oregon
EYES THAT TIRE EASILY
can be greatly helped by wearing
glasses while reading, writing or sew
Let me fit you today to glasses
that will ease the strain on your eyes
and fit so comfortably that you will
feel as if you had always worn them.
DR. J. 0. WATTS, Optometrist
564 Willamette St.
KAY GUN CO.
Harley Davidson, Indian 8c
Flying Merkel Motorcycles
Racycle and Pierce
Get a Kodak
or a Premo
pictures tor your mem ry book
Gillette Safety Razors
For an Hour of Entertainment
THE HOME OF GOOD FILMS
at our office and see our gas automatic
Any time you turn the facet you get
Oregon Power Co.
Eugene Coan * Savings
Capita! and Surplus $200,000
Student Patronage Appreciated
Aa extensive line of suitable Wedding and
We carry Starrett's
Tools, Pipe, Fittings
and up-to-date Machinery
General Portrait Photography
23tlliar5s anfc pool
SMITH $ McCORMICK. Proprietors
WHITMAN COLLEGE MAY
BE SAVED, SAYS “PIONEER”
The efforts to save Whitman Col
lege are encouraging, if we are to
believe the Whitman College Pioneer,
“The campaign for saving Whitman
started with a rush last Saturday
when the first half-day’s work of the
teams netted $64,100, or about one
fourth of the entire intebtedness.
Doubt as to the success of the cam
paign seems to be at end. The men
who have charge are business men
and they are going about the work
in a purely business way, for as
many of them state the saving of
Whitman is strictly a business prop
osition with them. The names of the
donors will probably not be made
public until most of the amount is
raised, but one firm or individual
topped the list with a gift of $20,000.
President Penrose gave the first do
nation of $5,000. So far, all the gifts
have been from the town, but help
from out of town is also expected.”
It would indeed be a shame to dis
continue Whitman, a college which has
done valuable work for years and,
like all institutions, is ripe with tra
ditions and customs which make her
doubly dear to her alumni and stu
dent body. Here’s hoping you are
“Spring Maid” Coming.
Now “The Spring Maid’s” coming
to town with singers great of much
renown; its fame has spread from
East to West and we’re whistling its
music with great zest. We’re getting
ready to smile with its fun, but, all
of us now—every last one—is wonder
ing how to pronounce the name of
Mizzi Hajos, the Magyar, who came
to make for herself a name prodigi
ous—I hear some call it Mizzi
She’s a dainty elf, the press agent
said, with golden curls all over her
head; and flirts like a lively beam of
joy that is something mischieveous,
sometimes coy. “Twould be nice to
call the lady by name and all be
sure we got the same, but the Hun
garian editor has gone away and
won’t be back for many a day, so
without a regular language boss, we
are tempted to call it just Hay-jos.
She comes to us first Parisian
dressed with mousseline de soie and
all the rest, but later we see the
dance of her race, the Hungarian
czardas; full of grace, danced in
boots and jingling spurs and the col
orful peasant gown of hers; but how
shall we mix with everyday cares, a
remark on the dress Miss Hajos
wears—a dress of silk and lace and
ruche? But listen, SHE calls it
Meetzie Ha-yoush. Eugene theatre,
Wednesday, June 5.
Oregon Tame University.
The University of Utah is much
stirred up over a series of practical
jokes played upon its campus re
cently. A group of students stuffed
all the keyholes of the buildings with
cement, the University clock was put
out of running order, one of the nude
statues from the art room was re
moved and set up on the campus,
the drinking fountain was mutilated,
one professors files of reports and
statistics were thrown in a heap on
the floor, and the nightwatchman was
found bound, gagged and blindfolded
in a hole which had been dug for the
foundation of one of the Universi
ties new buildings. Oregon is cer
tainly a tame university.
Eutaxians Put on Playlet.
The Eutaxians will appear publicly
at Wednesday morning’s assembly in
a little playlet portraying the life of
business girls and the ambition of a
society girl to break into it with her
resulting failure. It is a very clever
little play, full of laughs. Among
those in the cast are Emma Water
man, Alice Farnsworth, Flora Dun
ham, and Birdie Wise. Nellie Hem
enway will make a short speech pre
ceding the playlet.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Fenton drove
down from McMinnville in their car.
They are visiting their son Boyce at
the Beta house.
Miss Beatrice Lilly is a guest at
a house party in Lebanon.