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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1913)
MCE SOLE GOOD
Seats for Amundsen Lecture, April
First, Are Being Rapidly
Taking the present Amundsen seat
sale, now in progress at the Book Ex
change and at Coe’s Book Store, as a
criterion, a record crowd will hear the
discoverer of the South Pole deliver
his illustrated lecture at the Christian
Church, April 1.
Although the lecture is three weeks
hence, many reservations are being
made by the students and townspeople.
Andrew Collier, treasurer of the Y. M.
C. A., who is managing the lecture,
has put on reserve a block of 400 seats
to be sold for $1.50, and an equal num
ber for 75 cents, the student rate. The
general admission seats for the non
students are selling for $1.00.
Plans are being made by the local
association of the Sons of Norway for
a banquet to be given their country
man, the same evening as the lecture.
This will be held in their hall, and
will be open to the public.
SAINT PATRICK’S DAY
IS EUTAXIAN THEME
Saint Patrick’s Day will be the
theme of the regular Eutaxian Club
meeting Tuesday evening in the Lib
The Life of Saint Patrick will be
discussed by Ruth Beach, while the
Celebration of Saint Patrick’s Day in
Ireland will be discussed by Gretchen
Sherwood. An Irish reading by Mar
jorie McCowan will conclude the pro
o HELP WANTED o
o - O
o Insertions Free. o
One student to wash dishes and do
odd jobs around the house, for board
and room, at once. Y. M. C. A.
The Association Bureau has several
needy students listed for work on reg
ular hours during the week. Mr.
Businessman, you need help and they
need the work. They give satisfac
tion. Phone 504, University Associa
This spring there will be more odd
jobs for students than there are stu
dents to do them. This is your oppor
tunity to lessen the burden on your
parents and friends. Leave your
schedule of working hours with the
General Secretary in the Association
Students wanted, to circulate “Paci
fic Northwest.” Write to Philip S.
, Bates, publisher, 215 Oregonian bldg.,
The Association has a good propo
sition for six students for the sum
Several students wanted to handle
a good speciality during college
course and summer vacation. Asso
When Eilers can't suit >ou in r
piano, ycu can’t be suited. Sixty differ
ent makes to choose from. A visit to
our store will convince' you Un
rights, Players, Grands, pianos to suit
everyone, both in price and quality.
Special discounts this week-end.
Eilers Music House. New Commer
cial Club building.
Hand-Painted China and all Jewelry
at HALF PRICE for 30 days at Cres
ALICE L. SIMMONS
Latest Fancies in Spring Hats.
172 East Ninth Street.
STUDENTS will find an aeeount
with tkla Bank a aonrea of eonvan
A BANK ACCOUNT ia good train
ing—the more naad, the more appro
Corner BeraaUk and Willamette Sta.
o SAVOY THEATRE o
o MONDAY and TUESDAY o
o In Vaudeville Chas. Cross and o
o Bessie Brownell, those classy o
o entertainers. “Syncopation in o
o Moderation. o
o - o
o Drinks Line—Big: Biograph o
o play. o
o His Enemy—An Edison play of o
o merit. o
o The Locket—The two funnys, o
o John Bunny and Flora Finch o
o —Vitagraph. o
o The Preat Centipede—Educa- o
o tional. Extra. C. G. C. P. o
o How Briar Pipes Are Made— o
o Very interesting.—C. G. C. P. o
Corner East Tenth and Pearl Streets.
William Parsons, D. D., Pastor.
The following is the program for
Sunday, March 16:
Sunday School, 9:45.
Morning Worship, 11 o’clock. Ser
mon, “The Civil Sabbath.”
C. E., 6: 15.
Evening Worship, 7:15. Stereopti
con Prelude, Korean Missions—Seoul.
Sermon, “The Results of One Man’s
Work for Africa.” Livingston Cen
SENT UP, ANYTIME
Cor. 8th and Willamette. Tel. 771
When You Want the Best in
Silk or Silk Lisle Hose
Come to Our Shop
Every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction or
we will give you another pair in its place
No. 409K—An imported silk lisle hose
in mmedium weight. Wide garter
top, high spliced heels, and double
soles. Black, white, and tan.
Per Pair, 50 Cents.
At 35c—We offer you an imported
silk lisle hose. Looks good and has
spelndid wearing qualities. Black
35c Per Pair; 3 for 10c.
At 25c—A seamless silk lisle. Black,
white, and tan.
25c Per Pair.
SILK HOSE, $1.00.
Women’s pure thread silk. Fine med
ium weight, in black and all colors.
Wide double garter top of silk lisle.
High spliced heel and double soles
of silk lisle. Leader at $1.00.
600S—A lavender top imported silk j
lisle hose. Most popular and best
selling hose in Onyx line. High
spliced heel and double soles. Reg
ular and out sizes.
50c Per Pair.
Eugene Cloak & Suit House
Phone 525 E. LARGE Register Building
The Store that Sells Wooltex
■'Hst National Bank
Capital and Surplus $275,000
Wants Your Banking Business
T. G. HENDRICKS, President.
P. E. SNODGRASS, Vice-President.
LUKE L. GOODRICH, Cashier.
DARWIN BRISTOW, Ast. Cashier.
RAY GOODRICH, Assistant Cashier.
The Shoe that gives Satisfaction in
FIT, STYLE and SERVICE. The
New Spring Lasts now on Display.
If you want clothes that fit correctly
order now from our beautiful Spring
and Summer fabrics. Over a thou
sand different patterns to select from.
Men Buy at
505 Willamette St.
Cbe Oregon Electric Railway
EVERY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
LIMIT FOLLOWING MONDAY
Junction City ._.60
Forest Grove .
Observation Parlor Cars
first Class Coaches
on Cimited Crains
Sleeping Cars on Cbe Owl
Throught tickets are sold to points east and north of Portland.
Fares, schedules, and other details will be furnished on request.
W. D. SKINNER, H. R. KNIGHT,
Traffic Manager, Agent,
Portland, Ore. Eugene, Ore.
The Land of
SUNSHINE AND FLOWERS
Reached by the
A THOROUGHLY ENJOYABLE ROUTE
You Can See in California:
Attractive seaside resorts, famous hotels, hot springs and outdoor
sports. At Pasadena the world famed ostrich farms and mag
nificent homes. At San Bernadina and Riverside the Orange
Groves. At Catalina, the wonderful submarine gardens, and at
various other points attractions that delight the eye and inform
Low One Way or Round Trip Fares:
Round trip tickets to Los Angeles on sale daily with long return
limit and stop-overs at will. If you wish to go stall further
south or east, tickets via all rail, or rail and steamer through
New Orleans can be secured at reasonable rates.
Further particulars on application to any Agent. Ask for descrip
tive literature on California, or “Wayside Notes,” describing trip
San Francisco to New Orleans.
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
Bigger and Better than ever
J. J. McCORMICK
8tLi and Willamette
The Daylight Store Cor. 6th And Willamette
▼here Cash Boats Credit
gPRING is coming. The
New Spring Hats are now
> GORDONS STETSONS
at $3 to $5 at $4 to $3
This is also the home of Hart,
Schaffner & Marx Clothes