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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1921)
DR. GILBERT TO ATTEND
( TAX MEETING IN SALEM
Faculty Man Named Economic Advisor
of Commission by Olcott
to Report in 1923
Dr. James H. Gilbert will attend a
meeting of the Tax Investigation Com
mission, to be held in Salem on De
cember 23. The commission was cre
ated at the last session of the legisla
ture, and the members appointed by
Governor Olcott. Dr. Gilbert is its
economic advisor. The five members
of the committion are Senator I. M.
Day, who is chairman, Charles A.
Brand of Roseburg, Judge E. H. Smith,
of Lakeview, Coe A. McKenna, of
Portland, and Walter M. Pierce of La
The commission was appointed to
investigate the tax system of the state
and make recommendations to the legis
lature in 1923, with regard to changes
in the fiscal system of the state. Dr.
Gilbert was asked to cooperate with
them in working out the problems, and !
they have assigned special fields to |
him. Chief of these are investigation j
of the corporation tax in this state,
relation between income from real!
estate and the taxes paid by real
estate, business tax and the possibility
of a state sales tax.
ROBIN HOOD TO MEET CHILDREN
The four-reel film, Robin Hood from
the visual instruction department of
the extension division will be shown to
children of Eugene at the Elks ’ Christ
mas party on Christmas day.
TEACHERS TO HEAR STETSON
Professor F. L. Stetson of the school
of education will address the high
school teachers of Jackson county at
AUSTRALIA WILL SEND TEAM
Australia intends to send a tennis
team to the United States next sum
mer to compete in the Davis Cup tour
AVade Bros.’ Gift Certificates
are useful gifts
Dent’s gloves at $3.50
IT’S a very low price for Dent’s
Gloves—especially for such fine
quality—and besides that, they're ex
actly what everybody wants. Tan,
"ray and cordovan colors, in fine,
Others $1.75 to $3.50
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes
REMEMBER—A box of stationery for your
friends for Christmas
A. C. Read
Campus Art and Stationery Shop
Home of the Big Campus Memory Book
Back to Pre-War
Governs 90 per cent of our ac
tion and saves endless worry.
j. ins is ta'i’umpnsueu mruugii
the education of the mind and
muscles to act automatically.
are “trained" to grip every time there is a tendency to slip,
and at all other times to rest as lightly as down. This in
genious device saves time, fidget—also breakage, ..
Ask for “Educated Eyeglasses’’
Sherman W. Moody
881 Willamette Street. Eugene, Oregon
Chocolate is not a tissue-tearing food, as some
confections and drinks are. On the contrary it is
muscle building as well as invigorating. Hot choco
late during cold weather, will go a long way to
clear yoiir mental condition.
Drink chocolate with our lunch. ’Snice.
The Students Shop
THE GIFT SUPREME
W. L. Coppernoll
A Complete Stock to
. . 790 Willamette St. . .
Our Special Sale
of lumber is still on at Springfield
Should act quickly if, they wish to profit
by the low prices now in effect.
The Booth Kelly Lumber Company
Phone 452 Office 5th and Willamette Sts.
1 2 East Ninth
What? Beaver Store
Where? 76-9 Ave. E
What for? Candies,
— Saturday Only —
0. L. KAUFMAN, Prop.
Cor. 7th and Willamette
VARSITY BARBER SHOP
Service Our Aim.
Next to Oregana
Mail Orders Received Now
NEW ARMORY, TUESDAY, DEC. 20th
of nearly 100
JOHN PHILIP, Sousa-Conductor.
Lieut Commander, U. S. N. R. F.
The World’s Most Popular Musical Organization now in its
Floor—Side Seats. $1.10
First Four Rows. $1.65
Next Seven Rows. $2.75
Last Seven Rows. $2.20
First Two Rows. $2.75
Next Two Rows. $2.20
Last Row. $1.65
Prices, Including war tax
Doors open 7.00 p. m. Concert 8 :00 p. m. Sharp
Seat sale begins Saturday, Dec. 17 at 10.00 a. m. at Laraways
Address all letters checks and post office money orders to
M. E. LARGE, 159 13tli Ave. East, Eugene, include self-ad
dressed stamped envelope to insure prompt, safe return.
Buy your friend a valuable Xmas
Men’s Dress Glove*
A big assortment of Sample gloves,
in all colors and leather, kid cape
and moco, at prices far below their
A big assortment of high grade ties
for Xmas. Just what he’s looking
for. Unloading at 66, 98 and $1.25.
Men’s high grade hats, assorted col
ors and sizes. The first time since
the war that we are offering these
high grade hat at $2.45, $2.98, $3.50
in Xmas boxes at 25,
50, 75, and 98c.
Others at 5, 7, 10c.
. Ladies House
In all colors and felt
or leather sole .it
$1.49 to $1.79
In all felt and all
leather, unloading at
$1.50 and $1.98
F. R. WETHERBEE
Rugs and Carpets
Linoleums and Mattings
Beds and Bedding
Curtains and Draperies
Dec. 9, 1921
DEAN H. WALKER
Stoves and Ranges
To the “Oregon Family”:
We wish to take advantage of this
last edition of the Emerald to express to you
our very sincere appreciation of your many
favors during the passing year.
With “exams” off your minds your
thoughts will naturally turn to Xmas and to
gifts. Our establishment was never before so
adequately prepared to aid you in this matter.
No matter how preplexing your problem may
be we will welcome its challeng to our organization
and we confidently believe you risk personal
loss if you fail to at least investigate what
we offer in variety and price of articles and
in special service such as liberal credit,
packing, delivery, etc.
Wishing you a very joyful Christmas
vacatio n and continued success for the coming
year, we remain
Very sincerely yours,
WETHERBEE - WALKER FURN. CO.