Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920, January 11, 1913, Image 3

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    W. 6. SMITH SPEAKS
TO Y.M.G. A. MEMBERS
Asks for and Explains Definition of
Conscience and Gives Good
Suggestions.
“What is Conscience?” asked Rev.
W. G. Smith at the meeting of the Y.
M. C. A. Thursday night. “I am
sincere about it, for I would like a
better definition than I know, and you
may be able to give it to me. Con
scientia is the joint or double knowl
edge of right and wrong, the point of
contact between God and man. There
is an inner and an outer man, the
man I know and the man the world
knows. When the outer man is un
true to his inner convictions, the in
ner man whispers a protest, and this
whisper is conscience. No one can
afford to deliberately and persistently
disregard the voice of conscience.
The biggest job you will ever have,
will be to take yourself in hand and
fashion your character, and con
science furnishes you a standard by
which you may know your destiny
while forming your character.
Deterioration of character always
begins with sinning against sense of
duty, conviction of right. Too many
men in public life, deeming the ideal
impracticable, compromise on a lower
level and thus avoid sharp conflict,
but dim the lustre of life and shrivel
their souls.
The ideal citizen, the citizen of the
future, will guard against a partial
conscience, will be equally conscien
tious on Sunday and Monday. He
will covet the ability to say at life’s
close as did John Milton: “I am not
of those who have disgraced beauty
of sentiment by deformity of conduct.
I have kept my soul unsullied.”
The public servant of the future
will master the art of right living and
thus teach the science of character
building, that goodness outshines
genius as the sun outshines the elec
tric light.”
They're Clean at Whitman.
WHITMAN COLLEGE, Jan. 9.—
The sanitation movement has again
struck Whitman college. Years ago
the sanitary drinking fountain re
placed the old drinking cup. Now
the roller towel has disappeared, its
place being taken by the sanitary
paper towel. The dressing rooms in
the college and also in the conserva
tory of music are now equipped with
this latest device to prevent the
spread of infectious diseases.
Red Cherry at Obak’s.
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General Works.
Hopkins, A. A. & Bond, A. R. Scien
tific american reference book, 1913.
Philosophy and Religion.
Edwards, Jonathan. Inquiry into the
freedom of the will. 1969.
Eucken, R. C. Life of the spirit. 1911.
Flournoy, Theodore. From India to
the planet Mars. 1900.
Hyde, W. D. Outlines of social theol
ogy. 1895.
Le Conte, Joseph. Religion and
science. 1874.
Ribot. T. A. Essay on the creative
imagination. 1906.
Political and Social Science.
Apcar. A. A. Peace and no peace
1912.
Bailey, W. F. Treatise on the law of
personal injuries. 2d ed. 1912.
Bar Association of the State of Kan
sas. Annual meeting. 1886-88.
(Pam.)
Breckinridge, S. P. & Abbott, Edith.
The delinquent child and the home.
1912.
Bureau international de la paix. D. A.
Berne. In rei memoriam; manifesta
tions officielles du pacifisme contre
la guerre. 1911.
Kentucky state bar association. Pro
ceedings. V. 11. 1912. (Pam.)
Maine state bar association. Pro
ceedings. 1893 and 1897. (Pam.)
Massachusetts. Commission to inves
tigate employment officers. Report,
1912. (Pam.)
The Review; a monthly periodical
pub. by the National prisoners’ aid
ass’n. 1912.
Ripley, Wm. Z. Railroads; rates and
regulation. 1912.
Roemer, J. H. Certain important pro
visions of the public utilities law of
Wisconsin. 1911.
Territorial bar association of Utah.
Report. 1894 1895. (Pam.)
U. S. Treatise, etc. List of arbitra
tion treaties and conventions sub
mitted to and acted upon by the LT.
S. Senate. 1912. (Pam.)
Young, N. C. Shall we change our
plan of government? 1912. (Pam.)
Education.
For bush, W. B. The coming genera
tion. 1912.
Vocational education. V. 1. 1912.
Useful Arts.
California. Highway commission.
State highway act and department
of engineering laws of California.
1912. (Pam.)
Lewis, J. PI. and Cupper, P. A. Irri
gation in Oregon. 1909.
Miles, E. H. Raquets, tennis and
squash. 1903.
Washington, D. C. Chamber of Com
merce. Special committee on milk
situation in District of Columbia.
Report. 1911.
Fine Arts.
Keehbiel, H. E. A book of the opera.
1911.
Schauffler. R. H. The musical ame
ter. 1911.
Williams, L. The arts and crafts of
older Spain. 1907.
English and American Literature.
Cather, W. S. The troll garden. 1905.
De Morgan, W. F. Somehow good.
1908.
Dyce, Alexander. A few notes on
Shakespeare. 1853.
Hewlett, M. H. Rest Harrow. 1910. ,
Jusserand, J. A. A. J. What to ex
pect from Shakespeare. 1911.
Phillpotts, Eden. Daniel Sweetland.
N. D.
Read. T. B. The wagoner of the Alle
ghanies. 1865.
Sedgwick, A. D. Amabel Channice.
1908.
Spencer, Herbert. Facts and com
ments. 1902.
Trent, W. P. A brief history of Amer
ican literature. 1909.
Thevelyan, G. M. The poetry and phil
osophy of George Meredith. 1912.
Wells, Carolyn, comp. A nonsense an
thology. 1911.
Wyatt, E. F. Every one his own way.
Foreign Literature.
Aleramo, Sibilla, pseud. A woman at
bay. 1908.
Heller, Otto. Studies in modern Ger
man literature. cl905.
Lagerloeff, S. O. L. Further adven
tures of Nils. 1911.
Lagerloeff, S. O. L. The miricles of
Antichrist. 1911.
Biography.
Kossuth in New England. 1852.
Stevens, J. L. History of Gustavus
Adolphus. 1884.
Ward, Mrs. E. S. (Phelps). Austin
Phelps. 1891.
STUDENT DANCE PLANNED
FOR EVENING OF JAN. 18
The second regular student Body
informal for the semester has been
announced to take place on the even
ing of Saturday, November 18, in the
men’s gymnasium.
Fen Waite, who is managing the af
fair. has promised a glassy repolished
floor, and special features, which will
be announced later. The dance has
been twice postponed, once from No
vember 23, which was taken for the
O. A. C. game, and later from Jan
uary 17, which has been pre-empted
by a second Glee Club concert.
Miss Benton, who is Mr. Lach
mund’s assistant, studied at Oberlin
conservatory and in the Lachmund
conservatory of New York. In the re
cital next Wednesday evening, she
will give two selections composed by
Mr. Lachmund.
Weber’s candy at Obak’s.
KAPPA KAPI'A GAMMA SORORITY
Top Row_Nellie Banfield. Louise Cecil, Alice Larsen, Ruth Hardy, Second Row—Clementine Cutler, Ha
zel Wightman, Neta Bartlett, Marguerite Rohse, Helen Holbrook. Third Row—Gladys Cartwright, Bess Rid
del, Eva Roche, Mrs. Westbrook Noon Dickson, Carin Degermark. Bottom . Row—Madelene Harding, Olga
Poulsen. Florence Avery, Genevieve Cooper, Fairy Leach.
THE
Monarch Cafeteria
FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT
TRY US
And We Will Prove It
ALL HOME COOKING
628 Willamette Street.
Electric Wiring
Fixtures and Supplies
Eugene Electric Co,
W. H. BAKER, Prop.
640 Willamette Phone 836
C. B. MARKS, M. D.
EYE, BAR, NOSB AND THROAT
Glasses Correctly Fitted.
261 and 262 White Temple.
Phone 243-J.
Vincent & Hughes, Props.
Student trade appreciated.
A Delicious Confection
CRISPETTES
5 Cents the Package.
SPENCER & DAY
33 E. 9th Street, Eugene Oregon.
Boyer’s Dancing School
Tuesdays, 7:30 to 9 P. M.
Saturday, 2::3:0 to 5 P. M.
West Seventh Street.
DR. M. C. HARRIS
Dentist
IJ. 0. '98. Rooms 2 and 4, Me
Clung Bldg., 8th and Willamette Sts.
YERINGTON it ALLEN
Prescription Druggists
Phone 235 40 East Ninth St.
EUGENE QUICK
Shoe Repair
Serviceable Repairing
M. MILLER 22 West Eighth
Wing’s Market
THE HOME OF GOOD MEATS
AND GROCERIES. FRESH
CURED, CORNED AND SMOK
ED MEATS, SAUSAGES AND
POULTRY
Phone 38 487 Willamette
Luckey’s Jewelry Store
STUDENTS ATTENTION
You will save money hv buying' your Jewelry at this store. We have one oi the
finest and largest stocks of Jewelry in the city. We have full lines of every sort of mer
chandise usually found in the largest stores.
Prices in Plain Figures. This Policy Saves Money For You.
Luckey’s, 563 Willamette Street
THE
HABERDASHER
Next Door to Otto’s
Oregon Students Welcome
We want you to feel that we will appreciate your
business, large or small. We believe in „■ ;wing only
the latest ideas in men’s wearing apparel.
Men Buy at the Haberdasher
505 Willamette
We make ’em to Order