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TIIR OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
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Os ta utr j 'i n K most brilliant
affairs or the pre-hoiiday sea
1.011 was the Christmas dance at
which i Mr. and Mrs. ; "Frederick
Lamport were hosts at their home
in Ben Lomand park Thursday
evening:. A number of attractive
dinner pa rtieg preceded this bril
liant social affair. The ballroom
at the Lamport home was aglow
w 1 1 h f lo we r 3 - and' " Christmas
greens and ' myriads of lighted
candles.. The gowns of the ma
trons for this society event -made
the dance a lovely scene in every
detail. ' '
The guests Invited to partici
pate were Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
Eyre, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mc
ary, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Rob
erts. Mr.' and 'Mrs.! Louis La ch
in und. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ltvesley,
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Walton. Dr.
and Mrs. T. C. Smith, Jr.. Dr. and
Mrs. J. Shelley Saurman, Mr. and
Mrs. II. W. Meyers, Mr. arid Mrs,
O. C. Locke. Dr. and Mrs. .-,W.
Carlton Smith; Mr. and Mrs. F.
G. Deckebach. Mr. and Mrs. E. N.
Oillingham. Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Hawkins, Mr, and Mrs. Thomas A.
Robert?. Mr. and Mrs. Linn C
Smith. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ha
ter. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dyer, Mr,
and Mrs. Keith W. Powell, Mr.
and Mrs. E. T.; Slade, Dr. and
Mrs. W. II. Lytle, Mr. and Mrs.
D. J. Fry. Jr., Mr. and Mr3. Wil
liam Bell. Mr.' and Mrs. Arthur
J. Rahn. Mr and Mrs. C. B. Cross.
. auu ,U3.- uuuici uuuirj, tux.
and Mrs. F. W. Durbin, Mr. and
Mrs. F. H. Spears, Mr.-and Mrs.
John II. Carson. Mr. and .Mrs.
Uoiiier W. Kgan. Mr, and Mrs. C.
W.MThompson.Mrs. E. S. Lam
port,Mr. Merrill S. Lamport, Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick -J. Lamport.
Members ot the American legion
auxiliary will be guests of the
legion at a dancing party Monday
evening in McCornack hall. The
business meeting of the auxiliary,'
previously announced for Monday
evening in the Chamber of Com
merce rooms, will be held instead
at the hall Just before the dance.
The Capital Business college
students and .faculty held a party
at the college December 11; Games
were, played and all seemed to
have a good time. . .The . music
for the evening1 was furnished
by the Moore Music eompany.
Refreshments '; were served after
wards. r. .-' -' i: , : - -.-
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Or.f? of i the "enjoyable i fivb
hundred parties' of the weelc was
thst at which Mr. and Mrs.Alvin
Kockfctool, at J their home.v 1040
North Twentieth street, entertain
ed a group of friends Wednesday.
Five tables of the diversion were
in play. The high score of the
evening was won by Mrs.' Ralph
Burroughs, while the low award
went to Roy McCallum.
Guests Invited for the evening
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Sub-standards of Holeproof's Best All-SUk
Qualities Which Sell at $2.75 Pair
The first fullfashioned all silk Holeproof In sub
standards we have been able to procure in five years
and at a most opportune time! Today we be
gin, a saie oi mese ana wd preaict a rusn irom me J ,(
time our store opens until the entire amount is sold.
Yes! they contain slight flaws, yet we've examined r",
several pairs that seemed so near perfect that flaws Jti' ? "
were most difficult to detect. (All sizes, black only). TM?'
To cleaT our shelves of
siiie ki ins auuTo prices,
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were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bur
roughs, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Nich
ols. Mr. 'and Mrs. M. L. Shepard,
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Bosler, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy McCallum. Mr. and
Mrs.; Junior Eckley, Mr. and Mrs.
Cyril Nadon, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Demarest. Miss Odlle Persons, Mr.
Charles Elrey, and the hosts. Mr.'
and Mrs. Alvin Rookstool.
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Mrs. Merrill Ohling was a charm
ing hostess for her bridge club on
Thursday afternoon, entertaining
at her home. Mrs. P. D. Qulsen
berry was an invited guest for the
day. The high score was won by
Mrs. W. L. Phillips. The members
present were Mrs. W. L. Phillips,
Mrs. i Lewis Griffith, Mrs. Lester
Barrj, Mrs. Merle Rosecrans, Mrs.
Earl Daue, Mrs. Wallace Bone
fteele. and the hostess Mr. Mer
rill Ohling. i I - !
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The Willing Workers' class of
the First Christian church, assist
ed by the Loyal Women, will hold
a benefit and bazaar this after
noon; and a program this evening
at the church. 'Fancy; worki
cooked foods and ; candy will all
be on sale. No charge will ' be
made for the program of the eve
ning, which promises a good time
for all. ' '
1 Cecil Royal and daughter, Kath-
yron of Dunsmure. Cal., have ar
rived for a pre-holiday visit at the
home of Mr. Royal's parents. Mr.
arid Mrs,! S. W. Royal,; 657 Center
street. I ' '.' ' ' -il1
" Mrs. Charles Moore, Mrft.-J.F.
McDonald. Mrs. Charles Kelley,
and Mrs. Iola Gleason were joint
hostesses at the home - of Mrs.
Moore to about 35 ladies of the
Loyal Women's class of the First
Christian church on Thursday af
ternoon for their regular business
meeting. Officers were elected
for the following year: Mrs. F. M.
Reide, president;, Mrs. D. D. Olm
sted, vice president; Mrs. II. C
Epley, secretary, and Mrs. J. Hall,
treasurer. Following election .a
program was given and dainty re
freshments served. , - !
A charming dinner of the week
was that at which Mr. and Mrs.
William I McGilchrist. Jr. were
hosts preceding the Christmas for
mal of the Monday Night dancing
club. A miniature Christmas
tree, decked entirely In red and
silver, centered the dining table.
Red candles in silver holders com
pleted the holiday effect. The fa
vors were little comedy presents
given from the tree. Covers were
placed for: Mr. and Mrs. S. E.
Davis, and their guests from Port
land, Mr. and Mr3. C. A. Ris. Mr.
and Mrs. R. J. Vallton, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Page, and the hosts, Mr.
and Mrs. William McGilchrist, Jr.
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Mr. and Mrs! William McGil
christ, Jr., Miss Juanita Henry,
Milton Meyers, and George G.
Brown made, up a group of Salem
friends attending the funeral la
Portland on Thursday of Mr. A.
O. Findlay, a prominent Shriner.
Election of officers was the
chief business of the evening when
the'members of Barbara Frietchie
tent. Daughters of Veterans, met
Wednesday for their "Homecom
ing' supper In the club room. La
den tables were spread at 6
O'clock. : : .
The officers for 1925 were elect
ed as follows: President, Mrs. Al
ma Fisher; senior vice president,
Mrs. C. M. Lockwood; Junior vice
.president, Miss Adonna uoenrane;
Rair for $5
all odds accumulated through S?5
pair or inree pairs ior .
have them laid away for
These Will.be Packed in Christmas Folders
Balom's Leading ' Department Storo
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j Social Calendar j
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Salem Woman's club. . Badness
meeting. Club house.
Sorority -Open House." Wil
lamette University, 7:30-10:30
Scandinavian church , bazaar.
Welch's , Electric store,5 37S State
street. -" "
1 Willing Workers' class of the
First Christian church. ' Benefit
affair. Afternoon and evening. .
Missionary Day program. Wom
an's Missionary society of the First
Christian church. Church, 7.30
o'clock. ;, , j., '
Slonday - - .
Monday Afternoon Bridge club.
Tea at Colonial Damo Tea Shoppe.
Senior Standard Bearer. 7:15
o'clock. Mrs. Benjamin Blatch
ford, 1745 State street. j
YKK class of the First Method
ist church. F. L. Odom, 1730
State street. '
Exhibition of two pictures in
possession of Col. Hofer. Chamber
of Commerce rooms. 7:30 o'clock.
OAC club, Christmas party.
Colonial Dame Tt-a Shoppe.
chaplain, Mrs. Neva Johnston;
patriotic; instructor, Mrs. E. E.
Bergman; treasurer. Miss Julia K.
Webster; council. Mrs. F. L. Wat
ers, Mrs. Marion Putnam and Mrs.
M. E. Brewer,
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' The three Willamette Univer
sity gororlties will hold open house
from 7:30 to 10:30 o'clock, this
evening. Delta Ph! will receive,
then Beta Chi. and Alpha Phi Al
The Three Link club and the
Ladies auxiliary , are holding a
fancy work, candy, and apron sale
today in the SP office on North
Liberty street. Mrs. R. W. Sim
eral will have charge of the home
made candy, while Mrs. J. H. West
is chairman of the fancy work'amd
apron booths. Her assistants are
Mrs. Sarah Hutton,- Mrs. C. B Mc
Neil, Miss Eugenia Siegmund, and
Miss Wilda Siegmund. ; j
A charming ten-cover dinner
party was that yesterday at which
Mr .and Mrs. E. F. Slade were
hosts entertaining before the Lam
ort Christmas aance. The table
was centered with a bowl of pink
chrysanthemums. Covers were
placed for ten.
The Senior Standard Bearers of
the First Methodist church will
meet Monday evening, at 7:15
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ben
jamin Blatchford,1 1745 State
street. v . i ..
. Mrs. Frederick Lamport was a
guest yesterday in Portland;.
Mr.- and Mrs. Philip Lee Pat
terson havo returned from a wed
ding trip to California and will
be at home at the Kingsbury
apartments In Portland. The wed
ding of Mr. and Mrs. Patterson
was an event of November 18. Mr.
Patterson Is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Lee Patterson. ,
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Dr. and Mrs. H. H. dinger were
hosts on Wednesday evening for
the members of the Capitol City
club, entertaining for twenty-two
at their home. The guests were
seated at two attractive tables,
with chrysanthemum center
pieces. High scores for the even
ing of five hundred went to Mrs.
W. H: Dancy and Mrs. Frank
The tenth birthday of Josephine
Cornoyer was the inspiration for
a charming party of the week
when her mother, Mrs. II. II. Cor-
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SMILING ORIENTAL MAIDS HELP DEDICATE FIRST CHURCH IN
COUNTRY DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO CHINESE
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IV - : - - N
- Los Angeles. Cal.. now has a
church for the luote use of Chinese.
Known as the LoslAngeles Chinese
Congretatlonal Cliurclt. It was or
ganized in 1907 by the F.ev. Hor
noj'er, entertained fc her pleasure
on Thursday from 4 to C o'clock.
A seasonal motif of red wan un
usually attractive in the looma.
The birthday luncheon was served
at two tables, the one -enterod
with a miniature Christmas tree,
and the other with the birthday
cake adorned with its ten glowing,
red candles. The favors for the
guests were arranged around the
Christmas tree. Assisting Mrs.
Cornoyer at the delightful affair
were: Elaine Brown,. Dorothy
Gutekunst, and Lillian Scott.
,: Those taking part in the festive
scene were: Eleanor Luper, Mary
Jane Lau, Frances Lau, Josephine
McGilchrist, Marie Patton, Jeanet
te Patton, Anne Reed Burns,
llelan Worth, Grace Holman
Doris Arbuckle, Alta Shea, Mar
garet Evans, Elizabeth Lewis, Vir
ginia Bright, Iris Jorgensen, Mar
garet Davis, Elaine Brown, Dor
othy Gutekunst, Lillian Scott, and
the honor guest, Josephine Cor
noyer. - ':'-
: A Christmas motif attractively
carried out in flowers-and holly
was 'used for the delightful after
noon affair of Wednesday when
Mrs. Charles Pratt entertained for
Mis3 Olive Skipton. Miss Skipton
b a member of the faculty at the
Cheniawa Indian schooL
i The guests of the afternoon
were: Miss Skipton, Mrs. Harwood
Hall, Mrs- P. E. Shafer, Mrs. - W.
C. Kantner, Mrs. Ann Klein, Mis.
Lewis, Mrs. C. S. Miller, Mrs. D.
X. Beechler, Mrs. Elizabeth Lamb,
and Mrs. Fred Steusloff.
FEATURE OF CONCERT
(Continued fro sa pax 1)
epitome of the whole program.
: "The Messiah," Handel's ever
loved orotorio, was given, in ex-
cerpts, on the organ, vocally, and
in chorus. In the pastoral Sym
phony, Professor Roberts present
ed the tranquil exultation of the
night of Nativity.
"Comfort Ye, My People" was
dously well done
a tremenaous namoer, tremen
dously well done by A. A,.
Schramm of Corvallis. Mrs.
Schramm at the piano executed
her accompaniments in a manner
that was nothing short of inspir
ational, i In answer to the clam
ors of the audience, Mr. and Mrs.
Schramm repeated the number in
part. ' . . .
An orchestra would have aaaea
immeasurably to the beauty and
nower of such a number as the
chorus selection "For Unto Us a
Child Is Born." ' . -
"He Shall Feed His Flock,"
sung by Mrs. Arthur J. Rahn. was
a lovely number expressed witn a
lovely voice. ' -
The tremendous masterpiece,
thei "Hallelujah Chorus" closed
the program, the whole audience.
according to an old custom which
thd king of England originated,
rising to It3 feet.
, i Three programs yet remain on
the MacDowell club program for
the winter,, last night's being the
second in a promising series.
England Raises $11,000
To Retain Historic Letters
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LONDON", Nor. API Nine
letters signed and subscribed by
the illfated Mary Queen of Scots
are shortly to be offered to the
British nation and. In order to se
cure them, together with 21 other
documents connected with the
queen, a fund of $11,000 Is being
raised by popular subscription.
The documents come from the
archives of the family of Mure of
Rowalan. They - have never been
offered for sale before, few of
them have been published, and all
throw fresh ; light on one . of the
most keenly debated episodes In
PUT CREAM IN NOSE
AND STOP CATARRH
Tells How To Open Cloj;d
Nostrils and End Bead-Colds.
i You feel fine in a few moments
Your cold In head or catarrh will
be gone. Your clogged nostrils
will open. The air passages of
your head will clear and you can
breathe .freely. No more dullness;
headache; no hawking, snuffling,
mucous discharge or dryness; no
straggling for breath at night.
Tell your druggist -you want a
small bottle' of Ely's Cream Balm.
Apply a little of this fragrant, an
tiseptic cream in your nostrils, let
it penetrate through every air pas
sage of the head; soothe and heal
the swollen, inflamed mucous
membrane, . and relief comes in
. It is just what every cold and
cattarrh sufferer needs. Don't
stay stuf fed-up and miserable.-
ace Day and when the new church
was dedicated, recently, there was'
a membership of 7C. , The four
smiling girls shown above are act-
Fat, Skinny, Healthy and Sick Babies
! Examined at Clinic Friday Afternoon
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All Sizes of Youngster Brought to Chamber of Commerce by
'--.Mothers; Carriages. "Parked" on Sidewalk Downstairs ,
BY AUDRED BUNCH
"The pettiest little ring of
teeth you' have ever seen," the
dentist declared yesterday after-,
noon at the' child health clinic at
the Chamber of Commerce when,
with one of the' blunt, wooden
splints from his table he had care
fully inspected one little four year
old's mouth. .
As the mother bundled her baby
away to the next table, others
crowded in to take her place. The
other reports were not always so
good. But the mothers were grate
ful in that they knew , they were
being dealt with frankly. They
had; brought their babies little
toddling boys, infants with downy
hair, and the 'bigger children of
school age, because they know
what it meant to have prominent
physicians, surgeons, and dentists
minutely passing on the actual
condition of, their children. They
knew what it meant to have one
like. Dr. Stella Ford Warner in
personal charge of the work.
So if one; was -passing along
North Liberty street yesterday be
tween 10 o'clock in the morning
and 4 o'clock in the afternoon and
wondered why baby carriages were
"parked" at the foot of the Cham
ber of Commerce stairs, they need
Only have followed the mothers
and they would have found them
selves in the clinic ; rooms, and
very interested spectators at that.
A row of chairs lined the wall
where the mothers sat and un
dressed their babies for presenta
tion at the first table. Here each
was weighed and measured. For
he. wee babies, who could weigh
up to 24 pounds, a basket Bcales
was used, and for the older ones
a little platform scale.
- A complete medical examination
was given, at the second table for
each child, : the capable fingers
passing, over and noting every
point from the crown of the head
to the sole of the feet, while an
assistant recorded the findings.
Other tables, in the privacy of
their screens, were visited in turn.
Eyes, ears, nose, throat, and teeth
Sail were examined.
There was one tiny girl with a
little goitre started. Dr. Warner
carefully explained to the mother
a simple course of treatment she
could follow. There were a num
ber of cases of rickets found, and
GRAPHIC STORY TOLD
OF SEAPLANE WRECK
(Continued from page 1) '
respond. It was at this moment
that Lieutenant Thurston took
hold of the control wheel in his
cockpit and looked appealingly, at
Varini. He wanted to help, but
Vatina evidently thought he could
get the ship out of the spin with
out any assistance. .;
Davenport declared that as the
plane continued to fall Lieutenant
Varini gave both engines a full
tSrottle. As the motors turned
over at full speed, the left, wing
turned slightly. A. few seconds
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203 Oregon Building.
Ive workers. They translate the
American, music rTf hymns into
f music understood, by the Chines
parishioners aud choir. ;
again there was malnutrition dem
onstrating Itself in other ways.
There wag one baby, only eight
months old, whom the doctors
found had been fed on certain vegr
etablea that are hard even , iof
grown people to digest. i
"Be careful of the shoes.'V Dr!
Warner always, urged after exam
ining the little fet. "The most
important thing is seeing that they
fit snugly in the heel. :Let them
better be a little bit long."
'It was an interesting fact that
practically , every registration was
due1 to sseelng the notices of the
clinic as announced In the: news4
papers. ; ,
later the plane nosed up sharply!
and righted, then side-slipped and
went into another nose dive, strik
ing! the surface of the sea at a
speed greater than 100 miles an
Davenport, who naval officers
assert,, wag just as much . respon
sible for the saving of Roscoe
Pautz as MassingilL said that a
fraction of a second before he
crashed he had braced himself
against the cowling, his hands
grasping firmly the aileron yoke.
He said he was looking directly
in the face of Lieutenant Varini,
who had turned slightly, but that
the latter was showing no fear. ,
"The next thing I remember,"
said Davenport; ws when I
found myself about five feet under
water with three gasoline tanks
pressing against my body and with
wreckage of the plane all around
me. I succeeded in freeing myself
of the gas tanks and then rose
rapidly to the surface All three
of the tanks came to the surface
Immediately, after. I shouted? for
my shipmates and received no an
swer. Swimming through the
wreckage I saw Masslngill come
up and shouted to him if he saw
any of the boys. He answered no.
A moment later Masslngill sighted
Roscoe Pautz apparently strangle
ing to death. Massingill reached
down, grabbed hold of Pautz 'hair
and dragged him to what was left
of the upper wing whleh was still
afloat. He and I held on to Pautz
until we were rescued .by a sea
plane which landed near the
wreck a short time later." :
. Davenport declared thaC In his
opinion there was nothing wrong
with' the controls of the seaplane,
and that If the ship had been at
least J00 feet higher In the air
either Varini or Thurston "would
have succeeded in getting it out
of the fatal dive.
The body of Joseph Wieczk,
radio man first class, was recov
ered this afternoon. , .
should not be "dosed." Treat
them externally with
Ow tT Million Jan Utrd Yearly
bank in Salem
TO SALEM TO TRADE
Arid Bringing Them Here to
Live anti Help the City
1 to Grow, Besides
When Dr. J. E. Long came to
Salem.-a year ago last April, there
was only one chiropractic doctor
in Salem. There are seven now,
with a number of assistants, all
contributing directly and indi
rectly to the trade prosperity of
thei city; living here themselves;
bringing patients from long dis
tances; spreading the. fame of Sa
Thesfe men are therefore city
builders. They are doing a good
part in the community life and
activity,' considered from a merely
commercial . standpoint.
! Doing More Than This ."'
Dr.Long is doin& more than
this,. He came here directly from
Nampa. Idaho, where he had en
joyed a big and successful prac
tice. He had been in the medical
service of the United States army
during the Worjd war, ' at the
Presidio, San Francisco. He had
begun practicing ch iropractic in
1914. i He is a graduate and U
licensed to practice In Oregon.
Soon after coming to Salem. Dr.
Long took, over what was then
known as the Oregon Bath House,
In the basement of the Oregon
building.: State and High streets.
He completely rearranged and re
built it; took out the old tank,
and fitted the place for hi3 uses.
And he changed its name. It ha
since been Dr. Long's Institute.
. ' Justifying the Name
- And Dr. Long is justifying the
name. . He is a chiropractor plus
Chiropractic means working, or
practicing with the hands. Chiro
comes I from a Greek word mean
ing hand. But Dr. Long uses every
form ; of physio therapy. He
brings to his iielp electricity, light,
water, physical culture, diet. He
employs massage and heat. He
gives his patients all that is com
ing to them; everything that is
good for them and will help them.
He employs spinal 'concussion in
spinal diagnosis; and he uses a
motor ; traction adjustment table,
something new and rare in this
part of the, country.-
' He has an electric light cabinet
and steam rooms.' He employs the
Marathon bath; great for rheuma
tism. ; This outranks the ' mud
baths of nature and the ancient
"cures" of jdiff erent expensive
"health" resjrts throughout the
world as atmrtider clap is to a
child's toy whistle.
He uses the electric bake oven
treatment for the legs and joints.
This treatment is also rare in thi
part of the world.
He has one of the most powerful-
solar arc lamps ever made,
for septic infections, like blood
oolsonlng.. This; is similar to the
lamp used in photography; but it
concentrates the j rays, and the
photographic lamp spreads them.
For Men and Women
Dr. Long's Institute has separ-
Stop And see our display of meats. We challenge a
comparison of quality and prices
Fancy Sirloin Steak, lb. ..
Choice Beef Roasts, lb. ...
Good Pot Roasts, lb.
Beef to Boil, lb.
WIN A ROAST FREE We have hung up one of
our dressed beef whole. To each of the five persons
guessing nearest the correct weight we will give
$1.00 worth of Beef FREE. .
Grain FedPig: Porlc
i ! ; . No Old Rough Hogs
Pig Pork Roasts, lb. ........................15c
Pig Pork Steak, lb. J ... .!. ...15c
Pig Pork Hams, lb. ................ 10c
Prime Milk Fed Yeal
Best Veal Stew, lb. 10c
Choice Veal Steak, lb. . 15c
Choice Veal Roasts, lb. 15c
Fancy Legs of Veal, lb. .....j.....I;......20c
We have the largest assortment of seasonable
varieties in the fish line ever -displayed in Salen:
Salmon, Halibut, Black Cod, Boneless Fillets, Fillet
of Sole, Skinned Cod, Dolly Varden Trtmt, Fresh
Mackerel, Silver Smelt, Catfish Crabs, Lobsters,
Shrimp, Eastern and Olympia Oysters, Butter Clams,
Littleneck Clams, Fillet of Finnan Haddic, Boneless
Codfish, and many other varieties of Sraoked and
351 State Street
Originators of Low Prices T
ate departments for tnpn and w mi
en. A lady attendant is always on
hand. Mrs. Long assists part i f
the time. There are rest cots anj
all kinds of conveulonces; la fact,
a" very completely furnished and
conveniently arranged place for
the sick and ailing.
Dr. Long makes a specialty of
rheumatism and chronic -ailments;
but he treats all diseases. And his
institute is bringing people to Sa
lem from every direction. In all
his practice he has lost only two
. Dr. Long is attempting to Lei?
build up a high standard on this
coast, among chiropractic physic
ians and those employing the other
methods he himself uses. He is
working for cooperation. He H
striving to stamp out professional
jealousy. Ho believes there is
room for every one who la doing
nnv real soreii tA i'a fi.Wn-ar n . n
And he is a Salsui booster. Mrs.
Long Is even more so, if possible,
for she is a - Salem girl; a born
booster, and never v. Ill get over
it, cor ever wants to.
MrfO John Kitehner who ha
been ill for some time passo I
away at her home Monday.
AlnC Susan CapllDger of Sal;:
visited sMrsvT. Wallace Tuesday.
Margaret and Hazel Magee wero
among those who saw Tony Surg
marionettes at the Salem Armory.
Word have been received fro ci
Hebo of the marriage of MLs
Leona Cray whose parents Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Gray until recently
lived in our community.
, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Caplinger
were Salem visitors Tuesday.
A donation party met at the
school Wednesday and made a fill,
trimmed the trees and several
improvement around the grounds.
It is a crime to beat a man ont
of money except by one of tLa
3,867 methods sanctioned by law.
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