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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1914)
Through the federal government,
the University pharmacists exclude
from the state of Kansas many harm
ful and dangerous drug products.
The University believes in putting
Kansas stone on Kansas roads and
maintains a testing laboratory to as
sist in road work.
winter Clearance Sale
$6.00 Men’s Black Calf English Bals.84.35
$5.00 Men’s Black Calf English Button Bals $3.35
$5.00 Women’s 20 Button Tan Calf Boots. . .$3.50
$3.50 Dull Calf Lace or Button.82.45
$5.00 Women’s English Bals.83.95
Satin Slippers in Colors, One Strap.95g
Burden & Graham
Eugene Shoe Headquarters. 828 Willamette |!
Dont cadgel yoarjbr&ma!.
Wa.t esf%i a^xi's
The Quality Gift that everybody wants
9 A.M. Tomorrow at S»taEi!ey?s
HUCK TOWELS—Made from best California cot
ton, 17x35 inches, all white or white with red border.
Our regular two for a quarter grade. Special at 9
o’clock tomorrow, limit of a dozen
towels to a customer, each.
Our entire lines, new Fall merchandise, including all
our $10.00 to $14.50 Suits, I
this week only
Our better grade clothing, including every suit in the
store worth $15.00 or more, this wee^^ 10
Choice of any in the store, all new.
this season, worth from $10 to $15. .
MEN’S SHOES —$4.00
grades in dress and work
MEN’S HIGH CUT
BOYS’ SHOES —Worth
to $2.50, selling this week
Worth to $2.00, Clean-Up
price, the pair $1,29
Worth to $1.50, sale price,
Spring styles, all selling
at great .price reductions.
SENIOR MUSTACHES HAVE
Junior Annual Manager Figures
Book Expense Has Been
In an interview with Ben Dorris,
I manager of the 1915 Oregana, yes
l terday, Mr. Dorris, in no uncertain
; terms, made the statement that in
his opinion the Senior mustache fias
co was apt to increase the cost of the
Oregana approximately $1000. He
stated in defense of his stand:
■'The ordinary engraving plate does
not bring out fine lines, but smudges
them together. "Were 1 to proceed
ordinarily, the Senior photographs
would all show a smudge on the tip
per lip. more or less blurred as there
were in proportion to the number of
fine lines to run together. If the
1915 Oregana were to circulate only
in Oregon 1 should worry, but inas
much as we plan to distribute copies
of our monumental work to all the
larger colleges and universities in the
East, where the prevailing idea of
the westerner is of the great ‘un
washed,’ I can not see where the Uni
versity can afford to run the risk of
any misunderstanding on their part.
Therefore, I am planning on running
the Senior strips in colors, black,
brown, red, (two shades), white and
no color at all. This last will be the
dominant color, in all probability.”
Manager B. Fultz Dorris, Jr., when
interviewed was at the Eugene Foun
tain Factory, where he was engaged
in the invention of a lager lift, mod
eled on German lines, was not at all
optimistic as to the general outlook.
"I understand that the Seniors do
not intend to patronize local tonso
rial artists until after February 7.
Inasmuch as all Oregana pictures
muts be taken by February 1, we
have no choice but to accept the pre
vailing type of nose guards, although
I believe it will largely increase our
engraving bill. To explain this large
increase in expense for so small an
addition to the picture, it is neces
sary to understand that an unusually
large amount of hand tooling work
will be necessary, as practically all
the plates will have tobe emphasized
in this detail to prevent adverse crit
cism. I am afraid we will have to
resort to color work to escape any
misunderstanding on the part of our
readers, or else run the Senior pic
tures along with the advertising.
This last I am unwilling to do, as I
have promised my advertisers to put
only interesting features in the ad
Mr. Dorris was quite enthusiastic
about his invention, which he be
lieves will save a large amount of
labor, while accomplishing practical
ly the same result. The invention
works similarly to a human arm, and
there is a brass rail at the base. The
purpose of the last was not explain
ed to the writer, but he believes it is
to hang shoes on.
PLAY COMES IN FEBRUARY
Drama League Will Then Produce
“Strife," a Labor Drama.
“Strife,” the labor drama by Gals
worthy, that the Associated League
for the Study of the Drama will put
on in February, is rapidly being
shaped for production by Prof. A. F.
Rudely. A tentative cast has been
The play deals with the labor
problem. In one afternoon at the
home of the chairman of the Tre
nartha Tin plate works, a great
strike is settled, and two leaders are
Although English in atmosphere,
, “Strife” is an entirely different kind
of a play from “Getting Married.” A
vain of humor is found in each, but
Strife is a play of big issues. The
climax tomes when the wife of the
strike leader dies of starvation.
Lovers of good singing will be de
lighted to hear that Sibyl Sammis
McDermid, the famous dramatic so
prano, whose successes in Chicago
| and New York and throughout the
| entire country have marked her as
' one of the best sopranos in this coun
■ try, la to give a recital in Eugene.
Madame McDermid is accompanied
by her composer husband, James G.
i McDermid, whose songs are well
known to every singer. Their joint
recital is proclaimed by the press to
be very interesting, to be given here
February 16, under the auspices of
the University School of Music.
Official Junior cobs at Obak’s.
JOURNAL SUNDAY EDITOR
TO ADDRESS JOURNALISTS
Donald Sterling Will Speak on
‘‘Feature Stories,” Next
Donald J Sterling, Sunday editor
of the Oregon Journal, will be at the
University Monday, January 17, to
speak to the Journalism classes on
“The Feature Story In the Newspa
per; Its Why and Wherefors.” Mr.
Sterling is himself a college man. a
graduate of the University of Michi
gan, and is the first of a series of
Journalists who will be in Eugene to
deliver lectures to the students cn
various phases of the newspaper
Bamboo cigarette holders at.
Tomato nectar, beef tea and hot
dogs at Obak’s.
The Regular $6.75
| 6th & Willamette
W. A. Kuykendall
The Rexall Store
DORR & JOHNSON
NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNI
TURE, STOVES, RANGES, HARD
640 WILLAETTE ST. EUGENE, OR.
SOLVED AT LAST
THE WATER PROBLEM
Install a Pump and
DRIVE IT WITH
Oregon Power Co.
For the Best
Go to Otto's
Victoria Chocolate Special
An Up-to-Date Place for
Ladies and Gentlemen
978 WILLAMETTE ST.
Opposite Rex Theatre
RESORT FOR GENTLEMEN
All Latest Dope on Sports
EIGHTH A E. AND WILLAMETTE 8T. JAY MoCORMICK
MEN S AND LADIES’ SHOES
Underpriced at $3.50, now.$2.95
Underprised at $4.00, now.$3.35
Underpriced at $5.00, now.$3.95
Underpriced at $6.00, now.$4.95
Not just a few Specials, but
our entire stock of new and
up-to-date Shoes included in
this sale. Advance ship
ments of Spring Shoes and
pumps only excluded.