Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920, January 11, 1913, Image 4

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    ECONOMICS STUDENTS
AID TO LEGISLATORS
Single Tax Plans and Initiative and
Referendum Among Work Sent
to Salem.
The subjects in progress of the De
partment of Economics and Sociology
for the aid of the Legislators in the
coming session, have been completed
and will be forwarded to Salem the
early part of next week. Howard
Zimmerman has taken the “Unearned
Increment Tax Laws of England and
Germany,” whose features should of
fer a basis of compromise between the
Single Taxers and those opposed to
the Single Tax in Oregon.
Russel Calkins -hows a plan out
lined to prevent hasty and ill-directed
legislation, which embodies as one of
its main features the suggestion
which the Grange made several years
ago, that the Legislative session
should be made up of two parts the
first for the introduction of bills and
their reference to committees. A re
cess should then be taken of three or
four months for publicity and discus
sions by the public and the commit
tee's. The second session should then
be used to dispose ol the bills which
had been fully considered by the Leg
islature, people and committees.
The Initiative and Referendum in
the various states has been treated
by Harold Warner and Franklin >S.
Allen. The tendency in the direct
legislative systems, illustrated by a
chart, is that legislatures arc being
used to perfect initiative measures,
much as the legislatures now them
selves use their committees to mature
their own projects of legislation. This
chart is six by eight feet, showing
fully the tendencies in the different
states. The drafting is the work of
Joe Tominaga, a Japanese Freshman,
who is majoring in the Engineering
1 leparfmenf,
PROFESSORS SEEK TO
UTILIZE SAWDUST
(Continued from first page.)
make the handling of this waste pro
fitable. It will be two months or
more, however, before we will know
the results of our experiments.”
The distillation is done by a rotary
retort, in which the process is con
tinuous. Other such distillation
plants have always been intermittant,
requiring a charging, removing of
products, and recharging.
Could alcohol be commercially pro
duced in this manner so that it. could
be used as a fuel in internal combos
tion engines, it would almost revo
lutionize the automobile and gas en
gine industry, for gradually the price
of gasoline is soaring higher and
higher, as the demand becomes
greater.
And could these by products of the
saw mill be turned into commercial
products .it would be the means of an
industry which would mean millions
to the Northwest.
nkw si:r or in i.ks
roll WOMKN IN I I I IK I
(Continued from first pape.l
wish to go on all da\ e\et Fy on;
ruling, walking'out of town or boating,
or to dine in public holds, must make
suitable arrangements. i e.. parties
of four or provided with a chaperon.
Single i ouple- t in from
boating or from uhui Imo walks by *.»
p. m.
S. Calls may he le.'eivel on after
noons between :l:00 and f>:‘10 |>. m
but not on Monday. Tuesday, Wed
nesday, or Thursdav evenings.
!>. Any women desbing to move
from her rooming ' b nding place,
must eonsult til, Ik ai Women be
fore mo vine
1U. Serious ilk,ess :• It aid be re
ported at i of Wo
men or to lb ft • \rt.
It. \ n y v ■ men t; to lea\ e
town, must ret he for i
leaving’, from the lk f Women.
K M’l* \ h VI’I' \ C t IM A
in r\:ts i.oai
t Continue.' f’ ■ • t "ape 1
are Mi-- Ham.’.' IKi- W
Allen.
Sunday the new chapter will be at
home to the S' 1‘ | the
Faculty of tin IV A, t>
I
PAPERS OF EASTERN
OREGON LAUD SINGERS
Baker, La Grande, and Pendleton Send
Glowing Reports of Varsity
Glee Club.
Among press reports concerning
the impression made by the Oregon
Glee Club during its recent tour
through the state those of the east
ern Oregon papers are especially flat
tering. Among the clippings which
have reached the Emerald are the fol
lowing:
“In the concert given at the Baker
Theatre last night by the University
of Oregon Glee Club, Baker people
had the pleasure of hearing one of
the best entertainments of the year.
One of the best of its kind ever here.
The best concert in U. of O. history.
The club has some exceptional voices.
It is well balanced and in both its
light and heavy numbers shows the
result of expert and consistent train
ing.”
The La Grande Observer:
“La Grandde paid a pretty compli
ment to the U. of O. Glee Club, which
featured T.a Grande students, by fill
ing the Steward Opera House to hear
the two hour program presented by
the student warblers. The program
presented this year by this band of
collegiate bards was far superior on
the whole to the usual glee club at
tempts, and what is more, La Grande
students featured the best of the
stunts.
“On the whole La Grande is very
much pleased with the U. of O. Glee
Club, and especially is it pleased with
the way its quartet of budding cal
cium light artists behaved. The aud-!
ience was the largest that ever wel
comed the U. of O. Glee Club east of
the mountain, and Manager Geary
and Director M. L. Bowman brought
a good galaxy of stars with them to
give value received for money spent.
The program was interwoven in such
a way that it snaps and crackles like
a new dress shirt. The club came,
the members sang and they conquered
and what pleases Arthur M. Geary
immensely, is that after paying ex
penses, they had some $44 left.”
The I’endelton East Oregonian:
“It was a glutted audience that sat
for two hours last evening in the
Oregon Theatre and listened to 25
Rah Rah Boys from the State Uni
versity warble sweetly classy classics
and raggy rags or cut up capers and
do stage stunts of an amusing nature.
The program, as rendered last even
ing, was of a varied nature; for in
stance, if your tastes should happen
to run in classic channels, what more
Could you have .asked than “The
Sword of Ferrara,” or “A Plains
man's Song,” as given by the whole
club with such splendid effects, or
“The Tramp," in the beautiful bari
tone of Kenneth Frazier. Or, if it is
fun you are looking for, you found it
from first to last and plenty in be
tween. Perhaps the biggest scream
was the ventriloquist stunt, with
Messrs. Grady, .lerard, Stannard, and
Fort miller featured. Broadbridge
and Shaver in "A Travesty or Two,"
and a "Parody or Two," were also re
sponsible for a few ripples of mirth.
Shaver’s Swedish d’alect stuff being
particularly fine. \nother duo of
amtiscrs were Bert .lerard and Vernon
Vawter. who took the stage in the
ea’lv part of the program with some
nonsensical effusions, \nother feature
of the program compelling special
mention was “Gall John," with an oh
lieato sung' hv Did Stannard."
( o.-t ol :tii (>\ errant.
I'll,- increased cost of collect* edu
cation has mreived a ehork Tilt'
Sii)*’ o”t' Court of Now York Ills just
decided that a father can not ho o tm
n lit*,I ( i !>hy Stif* for his son’s ovor
o-iat. wh.il’ tlio old man is wonrinp a
ran n< that cost only $20.
The 01 w s in eollope. a ml wanted
to ,1 os- tho part. Tho tailor was
williiu", for a consideration. Hut tho
f ,th * wasn't: amt tho Suprouio Court
sidod with tho storn parout.
This d, ,-ision is a lipht in tho midst
. f irroat tlarknoss.
If oourts will fallow til’s pro.-odont,
it mav in timo hoconio possihlo for a
youth to ;.vot a ooHofro education with
out oonipollinir his parents to inert
pare tho farm for St seeks, pri.'e hull
trio iois, and automobiles warranted
to carry seven chorus pills at a trip.
K\
CHORAL CLUB WILL
POSTPONE CONCERT
Coming Exams is Reason Given—Miss
Stinson to Direct Practice in
Ogden’s Absence.
At the meeting of the Choral Club
on Wednesday evening, it was decided
to postpone the concert until the first
available date after the middle of
F’ebruary, as the members have not
time for practice while they are pre
paring for examinations. Melvin Og
den will come back to conduct the
concert. In the meantime Miss Eve
Stinson will have charge of the prac
tices.
The members of the club are: Olga
Poulsen, Gladys Graybill, Leola Ball,
Marie Ilager. Lois Parks, Ethlyn Boy
del, Janet Young, Josephine Moore
head, Florence Avery, Ethel Risley,
Gladys Cartright, Mae Norton, Helen
Holbrook, Grace Hartley, Jessie Lie
ser. Beta Mast, Ruth Smith, Cather
ine Carson, Catherine Kirkpatrick,
Lois Gray, Elizabeth Busch, Edith
Buell, Eva Brock, Elizabeth Lewis,
Florence Williams.
DATES ARE SET FOR
ORATORICAL TRYOUTS
Dates for preliminary and final try
outs for the University’s representa
tive in both the Inter-collegiate and
the Inter-state Oratorical Contests
were announced this afternoon by
Professor R. W. Prescott, coach of
Debate and Oratory.
The preliminary try-out to limit
the candidates for the Inter-collegiate
contest to six, will be held Friday,
January 17, and the final one week
later, January 24.
The preliminary for the Inter-state
contest comes Friday, February 7,
and the final February 14.
Orations prepared for the prelim
inaries are limited to 800 words, and
for the finals to 1,500 words.
2!I2 WASHINGTON STUDENTS
RECEIVED 375 CONDITIONS
The Washington Daily gives the
following as to the standing of the
students:
Two hundred ninety-two students
by this evening will have received
375 cons, many of them receiving
more than the customary one for the
month ending December 20. Forty
three students were put on proba
tion and fourteen were dropped from
school. A few of the fourteen have
already put in petitions for reinstate
ment which will be taken up by the
deans Wednesday.
Club Kates:$2 per Month.
We Work Day and Night.
Hotel Osburn Cleaning
and Pressing Parlors
Denson & Prairie, Props.
Phone 801.
1 allies' Work a Specialy.
exclusive \gents Oxford Hand
Tailored Clothes
Desement Hotel Osburn, Eugene, Ore.
Corner Ninth and Willamette
Phone Main 317.
OM \ R R. GUI.I.ION. M. D.
EYE. UVR. NOSE WD THROAT
Office Hours U) to 12: 2 to 4. and by
Appointment. SOtl White Temple.
Geerge Severn
Proprietor.
UOMIIIN \ t ION R \R15F.R SHOP
MO Willamette St. Phone 641-J
t or on Hour of t nlerfainment
The Folly
I lit rlOMf Of GOOD FILMS
A. W . COOK
Cl.I \M\ti, t’RIS.MW, AM)
Rt I’AIRINC
1 VI O IS W -UK X SlM’ft A I .TT
4 '• P' 7th <1 Pht'Mf 65L* Oi#
Yoran’s
Shoe Store
The Store That Sells
Good Shoes
st National Bank
Corner 9th and Willamette.
Resources $2,000,000.00.
Small accounts welcome.
F. W. COMINGS, M. D.
Phone 744
Over Eugene Loan and Savings Bank
TOLLMAN STL DIO
For up-to-date Photos
J. B. ANDERSON, Photographer
STUDENTS will find an account
with this Bank a source of conven
ience.
A BANK ACCOUNT is good train
ing—the more used, the more appre
ciated.
Merchants Bank
Corner Seventh and Willamette Sts.
The externa! refreshment parlor,
where you will find finished workmen
and everything as they should be,
first class and up-to-date, at the
An expert bootblack in connection.
665 Willamette street.
DR. C. B. WILLOUGHBY
DR. F. L. NORTON
Dentiata
Room 6, McClung Bldg., Eugene, Ore.
Correct Clothes fo; College Men
Benjamin and Sophomore Suits
Overcoats and Full Dress Suits
Exclusive agents for the Kahn Tailoring Line of Made to
Measure Clothes. ^Perfect fit guaranteed.
Roberts Brothers
TOGGERY
We appreciate your business.
Eighth and Willamette.
BANGS LIVERY COMPANY
Cab Service, Automobile*, Baggage
Transfer and Storage.
Phone 21.
DUNN’S BAKERY
BREAD, CAKE AND PASTRY
Dunn & Price
Phone 72 30 East Ninth
Eugene loan * Savings
Bank
established i$*2
Capital ana Surplus $200,000
Student Patronage Appreciated
New Novelties in
needle work for
the Holidays.
Koehler & Steele
41 West Eighth Street. Phone 579
S. D. READ
Dentist.
! 583 Willamette Street. Eugene, Ore.
Phone 500.
“BLUE BELL”
ICE CREAM
THE REAL THING
Real, because it is made from real,
genuine, *ure enough cream—the kind
we always have plenty of.
Eugene Creamery
Phone 638.
Office Hours, 9 to 12; 1:30 to 5.
UR. L. L. BAKER
DENTIST
620 Willamette St.
Idaho Champbell Bldg. Tel. 629.
WILLIAM H. WATSON’S
Pictures, Stories, Lectures, Dramas.
“The consensus of press opinion of
both continents.fi speaking eloquently
of Dr. Watson’s work, is that he is a
master of art and literature. Highly
! instructive, illuminating and very
wondrous books. Each picture a work
of Art.
ART SCHOOL PUBLISHING CO.
2317 Michigan Ave., Chicago, U. S. A.
[iH. D. SMARTT
For Up-to-date Repairing
Oregon
Pins, Fobs, Buttons
Always in Stock
591 Willamette
S. H. FRIENDLY & CO.
The Leading Store
January Clearance Sale
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CLOTHES
Suits and Overcoats Reduced
Now is the time to get one of our High Class Overcoats or
Suits at a Ridiculously Low Price.
$27.50 Suit or Overcoat, = $19.85
25.00 Suit or Overcoat, = = 18.75
22.50 Suit or Overcoat, = 10.85
15.00 Suit or Overcoat, = = 11.85
Gotham Shirts
$; .25 value . $0.95
$1.50 value .SI.15
$2.00 value .. SI.35
S2.50 value SI.45
$3.00 value $2.45
>3.50 value
>2 05
All Hats Recuced from 1=4 to 1=2
Sweater Coats 1=4 Off