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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1913)
© SOCIETY 0
0 By Beatrice Lilly. o
Mrs. Carpenter, the grand presi
dent of Kappa Alpha Theta, was at
the Kappa Alpha Theta house on
Saturday. In the evening some of the
faculty and seniors of the University
were invited to call to meet Mrs.
Mrs. King, who is a Delta Gamma
of Portland, spent the week-end at
the Delta Gamma house.
A banquet, in commemoration of
founders day of Delta Delta Delta,
was given in the tea room of the Os
born hotel on Monday evening, at
which all of the members of the
Oregon chapter were present.
Jane Knox was visiting in Eugene
during the week-end.
Myrtle Garland will be at the
Kappa Alpha Theta house until the
Mrs. Johns visited her daughter,
Helen, at the Gamma Phi Beta
house, on her way south.
Anita Slater has been called home
on account of the death of her
Charlie Fenton went to Portland
where she will remain until after
Mrs. Bancroft has been called'
east on account of the illness of her
son. Miss Guppy is acting as house
mother of the Mary Spiller house
during her absence.
! o A XXOU XCEMEXTS o
! O - O
o Laureans—Regular meeting o
I o tonight at 7:15. o
o Eutaxians—Regular meeting o
! o tonight at the Library. o
j o Football—University of Ore- o
o gon-Multnomah Club, Mult- o
o nomah field, Portland,
o Thanksgiving day. o
o Thanksgiving vacation—Will o
o start at 11 o’clock tomor- o
o row. o
23 EAST SEVENTH ST.
All kinds of Ladies’ and
Men’s clothing cleaned and
pressed. Men’s hats blocked.
First clas work guaranteed.
We Give S. & H.
Green Trading Stamps
IRVING & SON, PROPS.
Dainty Dinners for
Reserve Tables for Sunday
Bargains Await You at
the House of Applegate
FURNITURE AND HOME
FURNISHINGS OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION IN ALL DE
PARTMENTS OF THIS BIG
STORE AT SPECIAL BAR
GAIN PRICES DURING THE
NEXT FEW DAYS. IT WILL
PAY YOU TO BUY CHRIST
MAS GIFTS AT THIS STORE
THE HOUSE OF APPLEGATE
ELKS BLOCK SEVENTH & OLIVE
Suits anh Overcoats Ready to Wear.
Kahn Tailored Suits and Overcoats Made to
Knox and Mallory Hats
Geo. Sovern, A. C. Rathmell
519 Willamette St. Phone
971, Eugene, Oregon
Get Busy and Visit
For Special Prices on
Coats, Suits and Millinery
M’INTOSH & CLARK
36 Ninth Avenue East
Club Barber . Shop
GEO. W. BLAIR
Successor to C. L. Jain
A Good Place to Eat
Open Day and Night
R. C. Ellmaker, Prop.
All Students Welcome
771 Willamette Street
SEE OUR LIRE
of Sweaters and Mackinaws
Eugene Gun Co.
770 Willamette Street
THE WATER PROBLEM
SOLVED AT LAST
Install a Pump and
DRIVE IT WITH
SAVE THE PIECES
When you br<*ak your lenses, bring the
largest pieces and I will grind a new lens
just exactly as the broken one was. Trices
moderate. I.*It. J. O. WATTS, Opto
If you want some real classy fobs
and' Oregon belts, see Jaureguy,
' room 53, Dorm.
Developing, Printing, Enlarging,
Copying ami I-an torn Slides.
H. B. REYNOLDS, Prop.
THE GOOD EATS • °
O. U. BUTTERSCOTCH
A button or lace shoe, black or
tan—looks like $5.00, wears like
$0.00. Our price only
And remember we haven’t an old
shoe in the house. . Every pair new
and right up to the minute, and guar
782 Willamette Street
Proof of the fact that “Quality
Pays” is found in the absolute
satisfaction expressed by all who
Centemeri Quality guarantees
I service; cheapest in the end, be
j cause they last longest. 1
We invite special attention to
our Til REIi-CLASP “FLO
RINE,” which for wearing quali
ties and distinctive appearance
can not be equalled in any glove
at a popular price. All fashion
j able shades.
i . , „-- „ i . --—
104 East Ninth St. Phone 346 j
STAPLE AND FANCY
L. D. PIERCE, Eugene, Oregon.
YOU CAN READ ALL
THE NEW FICTION
For Men and Women
At the Old Varsity
691 Willamette Street
For those nifty class fobs and Ore
gon belts step in and see Jaureguy,
room 53, Dorm.
Of those Football Pictures iu After
beat's Will Remind You of Happy
°SCH W'ARZSCIIIED BOOK STORE
C. W. CRUMP
Staple and Fancy
Ladies' Work o Cleaning, pressing
a Specialty. Repairing.
F. M. Jasper .
Successor to A. W. COOK.
Phone 18 44 9th Ave. E.
HAIR DRESSING PARL0R8
Register Building, Willamette St.
Telephone 1009. Eugene, Ora.
Maniouring Ladies’ and Gants’ Scalp and
Face Treatments. Switches made
W. M. GREEN
= Thel Grocer s-*
1 iS941aWillamette St. ^ t Phone ;25
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
“The Exposition Line 1915“
In effect between all points in Oregon.
ROUND TRIP FARES:
$2.00 between Portland and Salem.
2.30 between Salem and Junction City.
2.30 between Salem and Eugene.
3.10 between Portland and Albany.
4.15 between Portland and Harrisburg.
4.30 between Portland and Junction City.
4.80 between Portland and Eugene.
Corresponding Low Fares Between Other Points
SALE DATES AND LIMIT
Tickets on Sale November 26 and 27th with final re
turn limit December 1st.
SUPERIOR WILLAMETTE VALLEY TRAIN
Parlor Cafe Observation Car on Willamette Limlited
Observation Cars, Dining Cars and Comfortable
Steel Coaches. All trains solidly Vestibuled
Call on nearest S. P. Agent for specific fares, train
JOHN M. SCOTT, General Passenger Agent