Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920, March 27, 1917, Page Four, Image 4

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    The Place Where You Ought-o Go
University Co-Eds: Have you *
seen our new booths? Ask HIM to
treat you here after the Honor
Guard Dance.
We Make Our Own Candies,
Pastry, Etc.
“Try us Once, and You’ll Form
the Habit”
And don’t forget that after the show
Is the Place to Go.
WANTED—Don’t give nway your old
clothes, old rags for nothing. Get nil
you can. Highest price old stoves,
ranges, cook stove*, old furniture,
carpets, rugs. Telephone for the night
man, 704, 5(5 Eighth avenue we**.
Telephone 220
In a Class by Itself
Each girl at Barnard college will have
adopted at least one Belgian infant for
the period of a year, when the plan of
.Mrs. Kellog, wife of an American com
missioner for relief .vork in Belgium, is
carried out. It is panned thus to adopt
a whole village.
Mrs. Kellog’s plan for the relief of
Belgium is a novel one. For a dollar
i month, to he promised in periods of
one year, a Belgian child may be given
i supplementary meal each day. The
•list of these meals will be undertaken
by Barnard girls as a whole.
The t'niversity short story contest
for a prize of .$10 and $5 will close Wed
nesday. The judges, with one exception,
have nandod in their decisions. Mr.
Timelier is chairman of the contest.
Thirteen stories were submitted.
REX Theatre - Today
No Advance In Admission
“Gloria’s Romance
If you Have Never Had a Good Portrait, It
Is Because you Have Never Visited
The Tollman Studio
734 Willamette Street.
Men to Learn Secrets of April Frolic;
Girls May Repeat Entertainment Friday
(By Rosalind Bates) ,
At last the secrets of the April Frolic
are to be revealed. Men, you are to have j
your innings. Listen! Next Friday eve- I
ning you may hear and see all that for- |
merly has taken place behind closed
doors. The mysteries of the girls’ an
nual frolic will be divulged at the Rex
theatre on March 30. The Eutnxian stunt
with all its big chorus and fluffy ruffles i
costumes will be given exactly as it was ,
presented in the gymnasium last Satur
day night.
There will be Martha Beer, as the
daintiest Jill that ever spilled a bucket '
of water; Mary Alice Ilill who makes ;
the funniest little Boy Blue you ever
saw; Kyi a Walker with her gnarled cane
and her limp will remind you of the
days when you saw Mother (loose ride I v
on her broom stick. Then there are two
boys in the stunt! ’’Georgie I’orgie, pud
ding and pie, kissed the girls and made
them cry,” is guaranteed to be so near
the real article that you can’t tell the
difference. Then there’s Jack to go with
Jill, you know. Who" are the boys? Well.
you know thorp never are truly hoys in
an April Frolic stunt. Hue we haven't
told you half of the fun. There are Mar
ion Tuttle and Harriet Garret ns the
two naughtiest little babes that we’ve
ever spanked and put to bed to dream
of Mother Goose characters. It is said,
too. that Irene Hugh made the crankiest
old governess you ever saw.
Twelve little Boo I’eeps in charming
blue frocks and curls and dainty crooks
will steal the heart right out of you.
Hester Hurd sings the verses and dances
with her dozen little sisters. Jack and
Jill do a rough and tumble whilwind
wind-mill thing that just leaves you
breathless. Mary tjuite Contrary (Ros
amund Shaw), has a naughty song with
the chorus that is too cunning for words.
The chorus is equal to any vaudeville
chorus that has ever played. But then,
look who are in it. There’s Dorothy
Dunbar. Miriam Page, Roberta Schue
bal. Kspar Young. Oenone Shaw. Bess
Coleman, Rita Hough. Aline Phillips,
Olive Risley, Lucilo Morrow and Helen
President Campbell, Miss Me- j
Farland, Supt. Rutherford j
and Others to Speak.
Aim of Meeting Is to Develop!
Spirit of Co-operation Among j
Future Teachers.
A banquet will be held at the Osburn j
hotel, Thursday, March 20. at ti o’clock 1
for all seniors who have had, or are 1
now taking supervised teaching in the
department of education. Those who j
have had actual teaching experience
have also been invited to attend the |
The purpose of this innovation is to
develop among the future representa- ;
tives of the University in the teaching
profession a spirit of co-operation, in
timate friendship, an 1 a professional en- '
thusiasm in their work. {
Professor Stetson will be the toast
master of the occasion. lie cays that
he has some surprises in store.
President Campbell will speak on
"Teaching as a Fine Art”; Superintend
ent Rutherford of Eugene will tell the j
students "IIow to Make Hood”. Miss
McFarland has a word of advice and
has chosen as her topic, “Beginners”.
The "Ins and Outs of Practice Teach
ing,” Frances Shoemaker will tell
about. "Anticipations of a Practice
Teacher” will be the subject of Martin
Nelson. Mrs. Middb'ton will sing a few
of her favorite songs for the gathering.
Jennie Huggins has charge of the pro
gram. and Ruth Lawrence has ar
ranged the inviting of the students and
Those who will be present are; Pres
ident Campbell, Prof. F. L. Stetson,
Lean II. 1*. Sheldon, Prof. B. \\. He
Busk, Prof. R. \\. Brocket , Albert X.
French, Mr. and M-s. Scofield, Jennie
Huggins, Ruth Roche. Janet Wheatley,
Ruth Lawrence, Myra McFarland, Hel
ping Meek, Mary O'Farrell, Louise Al
len, Elizabeth Deva ey, Mildred Brown,
Helen McCormick. Martha Beer, Franc
is Shoemaker, Eyla Walker, Mary His
lop, Francis Mann, lyrtle Tobe.v, Lou.se
Bancroft, Eulnlie Crosby, Helen Curry.
Margaret dross. Alice Hill, Hazel
Knight, (iladys McNight. Marie Maehen,
Helen Johns, Marion MeOonald, Vera
Williams, Marjory Willi; ms. Mary War
rock, Mae Lynch. Marion Tuttle. Lueile j
Watson, May llarbert, Iva Wood, Es- ,
par Young, Jean Bell, Lillian Bohnsen,
l.evicy Hamilton, Nicholas .laureguy,
Martin Nelson. Earl Fleisehmann Joe
Bell, Frank Camp'dl, Loren Butler,
Lynn Pap-. E. Rutherford, June Beebe,
Clarence Brunkow, Henry L'horsett.
Aubrey Smith, Alien Rothwell, Harry
Lynch, Mr. Pickett, iecil McKay.
If the committee has overlooked any
student who should have bet r, invited it
will be considered a favor if they will
kindly notify one on the committee, as
they desire to extend invitations to all
connected with the work.
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The management of the Savoy theatre
takes special pride in the announcement
that Clara Kimball Young will be shown
here on next Monday and Tuesday in the
widely advertised Selznick-Picture pro
duction of Robert \V. Chambers’ famous
novel "The Common Law.”
Pew screen productions have attracted
the advance attention that this picture
has aroused, and from all reports it will
prove the greatest of Miss Young's many
The story of the book has Iveen faith
fully adhered to. and under the masterly
direction of Albert Capellani, it has been
filmed as a six-part photoplay of unusual
beauty and dramatic power
Mr. Lewis .T. Selznick, the noted film
producer, founder and president of the
Clara Kimball Young Corporation, has
surrounded the star with a brilliant cast
including such names as Conway Tearle,
Paul Cnpollaui. Edna Hunter, Lillian
Cook, Julia Stuart, Edward M. Kimball,
Lydia Knott and 1>. .1. Elannigan.
The story relates the romance of Va
lerie West, artist model, and Louis Ne
ville, an artist. The scenes are mainly
set in the heart of New York City and
reveal one of the most interesting phases
of life in that metropolis.
Private dancing lessons for beginners.
Gladys Franz, 12(>1 Alder Street.
The Store that Sells
A Double Event
Window Display Week and
Dress Up Week
Be Sure and Participate:
The main object of display week, is to really display to their best
advantage our 1917 Spring merchandise, and to convince you that
We Merchants Eugene, carry such lines, as to make it
unnecessary for any one to make their purchases outside of Eu
gene. March 26th to April 1st is Display Week, the weeh
following is National Dress-Up Week. We invite y°u
to view our merchandise and can convince you that you should
dress up all week, and join in the Easter Parade on Easter Sunday.
Our Stock of Wearables for Men and Women
are now at their very best. Accessories too.
$15.00 to $30.00 in all the new color effects. Plain and mixed, con
servative and fancy models. They represent true economy at
[these prices.
See Schoble Hats and Quaker City Shirts
for Spring.
Just in—100 dozen new neckwear for men at 5075^, $1 and
$1.50; representing everything that’s new.
See the New Spring Coats and Suits for Women
In shades of gold, brass, emerald, French, grey, citron, beryl,
muirat, orchid fuchia, rosella, rembrandt, carnival, copen, magen
ta, egg, beet red, apple green, chamois and rose, in cloths of
burella, velour, radium velours, Bolivia, poiret twills, poplins,
serges, etc.
Coats $9.00 to $50.00; Suits $15.00 to $50.00
See the New Shadow Lawn Green in “Mallin
son’s” Indestructable Voile and Georgette
This is the new shade selected by the First Lady of the Land, and
produced by “Mallinson’s” in her honor.
We are Exclusive Agents for these Silks De
Luxe in Eugene
Khaki-Kool, Plain and Fancies, at, yard . .$4.00
Pussy Willow Plain at $2.75; Fancies at $3.50 Yd.
Indestructable Voile, Plain Shades, at yard $2.00
Georgianna Crepe, Plain Shades, at, yard.. $2.50
Fancy Taffeta, light and dark grounds at
$2.00 to $3.50 Yard.
Kayser’s Silk Jersey, 36 inches wide in 7 colors
White, Flesh, Emerald, Coral, Magenta,
and China Blue
The Real New Thing
Men’s soft cloth hats in all the shades of green, knit fabrics
velours and leather cloth $2.50, $3 and $3.50 each.
Agents “Griffon Suits” Agents Nemo and Gos
and Schoble Hats for sard Lace Front Corsets,
men and Young Men. Be Fitted Now.
Dodge Auto Service
PHONE 904 Day or Night
50c a Couple. Buy your tickets from
the girls or at the door
Girl’s National Honor Guard Invites all Students to
Armory, Wednesday, March 28, 8:30 P. M.
Feature Dance Donated by 3rd Company