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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1921)
fiflERWOOD EDDY TO
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every sense of thh word. In (lie in
tervals of his intense activity among stu
(|eats of India and his work for tile de
■essed classes, he ■freeasUmallv took a
Jteek off for big game shooting in the
elephant and tiger jungles. Mr. Eddy is
,, layman and ft civil engineer who left
his special profession to turn to hum an
engineering as the greatest ertBkig in
]ife. Equally interested, like Theodore
Roosevelt, ill science.- philosophy., litera
ture and big game shooting, he is most
of all interested ill ' 'men. His recent
study of the social and industrial prob
lem. labor leaders, and the young intel
lectuals who are seeking n practical so
lution to the problems that confront
Meaning of Life Found.
Although his interests cover many
phases of life, it is not at the cost of
superficiality, for in liis life and message
he strikes clearly and with no uncertain
sound a deep spiritual note, as he grap
ples with the problem of the modern
world, and calls men from the lower am
bitions of a crude materialism to a high
faith in (tod and humanity. With Tol
stoi, he believes he has found “the mean
ing of life.” In a unique way he has a
message lor the college men of America
J hiring the last 2years Sherwood
1'aldy has been working among the stu
dents of Asia. Europe and America. Aft
er graduating from Yale in 1801. tak
ing a postgraduate course in Princeton,
afid working among the American col
leges, he spent more than 20 years work
ing among the students of India, the Far
, **'<' Near East, and Russia. During
the war lie was .with the British army be
f«fe our'entry into the conflict, with the
Americans in tht» battle of Chateau
Thierry. ami the French in the Argonne
ami at Verdun. Since the wav his work
has taken him across Asia, Europe, and
around the world. lie now returns from
his recent campaigns in Czechoslovakia.
Egypt and Turkey, and from visiting
eighteen of the principal countries of Eu
rope and die Near East where 4t.> stud
ied the student situation, mid the social
and industrial problem in the midst of
the present strikes, unrest, revolution,
and war in various parts of Europe.
COLLEGES ADOPT HONOR SYSTEM.
The student council at Simpson Col
lege. Iowa, lias adopted the honor sys
tem. Simmons College. Texas, is an
other institution where the same sys
tem has been adopted. In the latter
school the vote was 4-1S to 40. ®
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BEGIN TH]E DAY THE COFFEE WAY
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OlIK COFFEE IS THE BEST
TRY OCR OWN PASTRY
712 Willamette St. * '
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Sixth and Willamette
P'-'t si 'zr
If U. S. Government Con
: tract army issue
f All makes and sizes.
■i All well known brands.
Mail Orders filled._
WE SELL FOR LESS
One of the largest stocks and most complete selections
in Eugene. And the prices are right.
3000 pairs army socks at 20c.
5000 pairs Army Socks at 45c.
Army gray, part wool cashmere, medium wt., at 45c.
8000 pairs Heavy Gray Wool Army Socks 65c.
Similar socks of not as good quality sell for 85c else
For hikers and others who must wear warm socks.
Heavy O. D, Wool—Army gray wool—White wool sox
$1.00 to $1.50 values, only 75c.
U. S. ARMY
genuine u. £. ARMY'TRENCH shoes
Built for real service, $5.85.
GENUINE U. S. ARMY FIELD SHOES
A real leather shoe, $8.85.
genuine u. s; army dress shoe
Heavy tan st<}c£. thicK and durable- regulation govern
ment last,'absolutely all leather half bellows tongue, soft
cap toe, only $7.$$..
. All of our shoes are genuine U. S. Army regulation
msue. anfl hot ’til b so-called ‘ army style that you buy
All Wool 0. D. Trousers.$4.85
All Wool O. D. Stag Shirts.$8.$5
All Wool O. D. Mackinaws.$11.85
U. S. Army All Wool 0. D. Clothing is the
warmest and most serviceable made.
f —Uncle Sam demands
the best. That’s why
army goods are always
of a high quality.
Uncle Sam’s Loss Is Your Gain
THE QUARTERMASTER CORPS SURPLUS STOCK DIVISION,
U. S. WAR DEPARTMENT
has released to us great quantities of new and reclaimed surplus army
goods. Shipments received daily and direct from various army camps,
forts and supply bases and placed at the disposal of the public by the
Surplus Army Goods Store, Hampton Building, 6th and Willamette
Surplus army goods are those manufactured according to the war
department’s strict specifications under government supervision and
according to army regulations, greatly in excess of the needs of the
army of the great world war.
Reclaimed army goods are those that have been used but a little,
completely renovated, thoroughly sterilized and laundered for re-issue,
but released by the war department as surplus stock.
2000 U. S. Army Issue BlanKets
2000*U. S. ARMY ISSUE RLANKETS
Surplus Property, Most of them like New. 8
Description — Regulation army blank- r
ets, army gray color, and Red Cross black.g;
double bed size, 66 by 84 inches, have all§
the warmth of double blankets, closely
woven./ with proper care will last a life
time. Are clean and absolutely sanitary,
having been put in that condition by the
government for re-issue — then came the end of the war and they were
no longer needed. That explains why you can now buy them at $4.85.
The blanket for the sleeping porch, the camp, the auto and the home.
1000 all Wool Olive Drab Army Blankets, $5.85
Most of them new and weighing from four to five pounds.
AVo are selling great quantities^
of the following army supplies for
your summer camp, and you
should buy now while you have the
MESS KITS, regulation army
issue ... .r..85c
CARTRIDGE BOXES, all lea
ther, fine for carrying fish bait,
fly hooks or emergency medi
cal kit carrier .... ,95c
TRENCH MIRRORS, non
BELTS, army web, will wear
forever ....50c I
LEGGINGS, army canvas,
water and snow proof-$1.10
CARTRIDGE BELTS, just
the thing for hunters .75c /
Ir;, .■>“ : jt
FLAGS, American wool and cot
ton flags, all prices.
TENTS, U. S. Army and Navy, all
KHAKI SLIPOVER SWEAT
ERS ... ..$1.65*
TOQUES, U. S. Army issue, scarf
and cap combined ..... ... .. 85c
OFFICERS’ CLOTHING ROLLS,
will carry many articles ... $3.85
Reclaimed Unionalls $1.95
Showing’ little or no wear, clean
and already shrunk.
Mail orders filled.
Slue Denim Work Suits |
Army issue, good weight, with
collar, full number of pockets,
double stitched, all sizes. Big’
Mai orders filled.
Lee Union Alls $3
—All sizes, 34 to. 50. Heavy khaki, full cut and extra
well made tlie best-fitting1 work suit. At half the price
of a few weeks ago—now $3.00. * ' ( ^
Drab AU Wool At;
Shirts $3.5 S
—4000 all-wool £ a$n*yb
serge shirts on sale at
$3.55. Heavy twilled
army . serge .. shirts,'
warm and comfortable.
Are clean, sanitary and
in good condition. The
Z? shirt for the workman,
the motorist and the
outdoor man. Elbows
doubled, breast lined,
all sizes, $3.55.
Spiral Puttees $1.45
—Olive drab wool spiral or wrap
puttees, warm and! good looking.
Easy to put on and take off.
Reclaimed Army Ali-Wool
0. D. Breeches $3.65
—New ones cost three times this price! And these
are clean and in fine condition, Olive drab color, *ell
Specially Priced $1.35
—Heavy army khaki breeches, in fine order; m&by
with double seat, at $1.35.
Wool Garment, 95c,
—Values in wool army underwear, in fine condition,
practically all sizes. Garment, 95c.
Pricey Special 75c
—Fine knapsacks, in excellent condition. Handy for
hikers, campers, fishermen.
Reclaimed Army Raincoats $3.25
—Are in unusually fine condition; oilskin, knee length,
well made (New ones like these would cost ten to
fifteen dollars.) All sizes, $3.25
Army Issue Gloves
Heavy Canvas .12£c
Leather Palm . .45o
All Leather ...tf5c
Heavy Wool .95c
U. S. Government Issue
Corned Beef Hash, 1-lb.
can . 25c
Roast Beef, 2-lb. can .. 35c
Corned Beef, 1^-lb. can .. 45c
Bacon, 12-lb. can ‘.$3.10
Blackberry Jam, 1-lb. 10-os..,36c
Pink Salmon, 2 cans ........ ,35e