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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1917)
WAR BOOKS ARRIVE DAILY
Eighteen Volumes Received at Library
New war books arrive at the Uni
versity library almost daily. A large
shipment of about eighteen volumes,
dealing with war subjects, was received
by Librarian M. H. Douglass Wednes
day. The books will be catalogued and
ready for circulation next week.
Some of the titles follow: Hurrah and
Hallelujah, Bang; All In It “K(l)” Car
ries on, Beith; William the Second,
Hammer; Told in the Huts, The Y. M.
C. A. Gift Book, contributed by sol
diers and war worsers; Letters and
Diary, Seeger; At the Front in a Fliv
ver; Germany the Next Republic, Ack
erman; The Little Man, Andreyev; Op
pressed English, Beith: War Poetry,
Clark; Journal From Our Legation, Gib
son; Headquarter Nights, Kellog; Fly
ing in France, McConnell; My War
Diary, Washington: War and the Spirit
of Youth; and French Flying Corps,
Wear Neolin Soles and Wingfoot Heels.
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Freshest Violets and Carnations' and general assort
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ALL WE HAVE TO SELL YOU IS
GIFTS AND PICTURES.
Eugene Art Store.
Pain Bldg. -10th and Will. St.
DRILL FOR DM TO
CLOSE NEXT MOHUT
Colonel Bowen Will Give Talk to
Men in Villard Tuesday.
Tells How to Avoid Ill
ness in Service.
Take Time to Cook Food Well
Is Advice From the
Military drill for the present quarter
will end with the Monday period accord
ing to Colonel Bowen, drill commandant,
who addressed the men of the four Uni
versity companies during drill hour, yes
terday. Tuesday the men will assemble
at 11:30 in Villard hall and Colonel
Bowen will give an ilustrated lecture on
“Custer's Last Battle.”
A heavy rain prevented outside work
yesterday morning and the Colonel de
voted the period to a lecture on the hard
ships of camp life during actual service
and how to best avoid discomfort and
Colonel Relates Experiences.
The Colonel told of his experiences in
temporary camps in the Philippines when
it was often impossible to get enough
water and proper food for the needs of
“Use the water on your feet and body
and let your hands and face go, if neces
sary,” said Colonel Bowen in pointing
out to the student companies that they
would, if called into service, often see
the time when it would be impossible to
have showers for all the men and some
times possibly enough water only for
Cook Food Well.
: Colonel Bowen urged the men who
should be later called into the field for
I Uncle Sam to always take time, when
I cooking their own food, to cook it well.
| He urged boiling whenever possible as,
! lie said, it wuld keep the men in a
i healthier condition and preserve more of
Vie food value than frying, often prac
For Christmas Gifts
' Separate Muffs and Scarfs, also in sets with Muff and Scarf
to match. Nutria Beaver, Hudson Seal, Kohnsky, Mink, Black
Fox and a variety of white furs.
" ' ' CHILDREN’S FUR SETS
fA beautiful and useful gift for the little girl. They come in Coney Fur, Possum,
Squirrel and Ermine. #
LADIES’ PLUSH COATS 1-4 Off.
Handsome garments for the lady who appreciates a really smart and rich
winter coat. Full lined with fancy and plain silks. Plain and Fur trimmed.
Special Sale Khaki Yarn
69c per skein. ^
While this lot lasts you may procure
this valuable yarn at a reduced price.
Only a few pounds left.
Parisian Ivory Toilet
Make an acceptable and life
time gift. Trays, Manicure
Sets, Powder Boxes, Mir
rors, etc.; aD are priced very
ticed because it takes less time than the
"It is as much your patriotic duty to
keep your body in condition in the field
as it is to fight bravely in battle, said
LATE WAR ARTICLES LISTED
Names of Pieces of Interest Posted on
Library Bulletin Board.
A list of war articles found in late
magazines, has been placed on the war
bulletin board in the library, by Miss
Margaret Upleger, assistant librarian.
Some of the articles noted are, "When
a Feller Needs a Friend." Colliers, De
cember S; 'Airplanes by the Thousand,"
Scientific American, December 1; "The
French." Scribner, December; "On Fire
WOO Feet in the Air," "Lieutenant
Mott,” Red Cross Magazine: "The Real
Front,” Hypers, December; “Santa
Claus at the Front," Red Cross Maga
zine. December; Transatlantic Air
ships." Scientific American, December 8.
TO PRESENT MUSICAL PLAY
Dr. Landsbury and Mrs. Parsons Work
Out Three-Act Production.
Work has been begun on a three-act
musical play in which Mrs. M. H. Par
sons, of the department of English, and
Dean John J. Lflndsbnry, are co-operat
ing. The libretto of the piece, “In a
Dresden Garden,” has been written by
Mrs. Parsons, and the music will be
written by l)r. Landsbury. Cleome Car
roll, a senior in the department of public
speaking, is handling the problem of
staging of the production. She has al
ready built a complete miniature of the
garden scene and is now working out the
costumes and lighting effects. The pro
duction may be ready within a few weeks.
Send the Emerald Home
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President Wilson has said:
“Now is the time for America to correct her unpard*
onable fault of wastefulness, and extravagance.’'
You won’t have to apologize later if you make this an
Electrical Christmas. Your friends will commend you.
Electric Washing Machines
Electric Flat Irons
Electric Grill Stoves
Electric Bathroom Heaters
Electric Sewing Machine
Electric Vacuum Cleaners
Electric Coffee Percolators
Electric Curling Irons and
Electric Heating Pads.
We have a complete stock
of all appliances.
Sigwart Electric Co.
933 Willamette St. Phone 718
The Best Meals Served.
Most Central Location.
Telephones in All Rooms
Rooms Steam Vteated.
Hot and Cold Water.
“The Machine yort will eventually buy"
Rents, Repairs, Supplies
New and Rebuilt Underwoods
C9I WILLAMETTE ST. Eugene Branoh
Christmas Gifts of Quality
“Only 7 More Shopping Days Till Christmas”
“Fuzzy” Wool and All Wool Jersey Sweaters.
MODERATELY PRICED .$6.75, $8.50 and $12 75
The former is better known as Angora Coats, because the
wool is so “fuzzy” and fleecy—most fascinating new styles are
here. Particularly clever are the two color combinations. They-re
warm, serviceable and practical. '
Wool Scarf and Cap Sets
IN ALL POPULAR COLORS, RANGE FROM.65c to $3.50 K
Delightfully wintry looking and very warm, as they are made
of brushed wool. A most pleasing array of these awaits your selec
New Separate Scarf.
Artistic throw scarfs of wool, pretty shades to harmonize with /
winter costumes; fringed trimmed color combinations of white and
green, blue and pink, as well as pink colors. J
Priced at from.$2.00 to $3.2o |
Wool Vestees, the Very Newest.
They are adorned with a sailor collar and these clever creations
have abundance of warmth and fashion’s most favored dictation.
Fringed ends; in plain colors, plaid combinations of rose, black
and green, blue, white and black. $1.00 to $2.75.
Georgette and Crepe De Chine Blouses.
THESE RANGE FROM $6.50 TO $12.50
We know the limitations of types well enough not
to attempt a description of the exquisite waists that
have crowned our efforts. The collection is rich—far
richer in touches of novelty, that every woman ad
mires. A glance at them reveals the charms of dis
tinctiveness that lift such things above commonplace.
What better gift than one of those hrrr blousor
Quite the attraction are the new lingerie waists
that readily sell at $2.50.
24 61 60 INCH HEAVY FELT, UNIVERSITY OF OREGON PENNANTS,
APPROPRIATE GIFTS, SPECIALLY PRICED. EACH.