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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1918.
By CAROL S. DIBBLE
A GU ARMING Cnristmaa wedding
solemnized yesterday, when
Miss Delia Byars fceeain the
ride ef Kenneth W. Bayne at the home
ef the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .
'A. Byars of Independence. The simple
ring service wu read by Ecv. James
Hvii at twelve o'clock in the preaeace
f the immediate relative and elote
friends of the two families. The bride
yrtut attractively attired in a handsome
trfue iilk gown, and carried a bouquet
ef lovely pick rosea. The eouplo wu
The room wore beautifully decoret
4 or the occasion, an effective er
. nugement of potted plants and green
ery form in a harmonious background
:fr the bridal eouple during the cere
mony. The wedding march was played
"by John B. Bayns ef Portland, a broth
er of the bridegroom.
Following the ceremony a wedding
'collation was served the guests. The
(table was prettily adorned with be
gonias. Mi is Marie Byars, aister of
the bride, captured , the ring in the
-wedding eake, while the thimble was
found by Mrs. Jamog Elvin, the penny
seing claimed by the father of the
wide. Assisting in the serving were
yitt. Obapmaa and Mrs. Byars of Mon
mouth and Miss Marie Byars.
Mr. and Mrs. Bayne loft today for
5'ortUuid where they will make their
fcixne. Mrs. iBayne ia well known in
this vicinity, having visited her
frequent occasions. She has recently rs
aided ia Portland. The bridegroom i
the son f Mr. and Mrs. John Bayae of
stalest and claims a large circle ef
friends in tbe city. He is a graduate of
"Willamette university. Mr. Bayne has
een with, one of the Portland ship
yard the past summer aid fall, lie
expects to enter the law profession in
-tee aear futare. j
The Bombers of the La Area club
were merrily ontortainnd at tho home
f Ifiu Ruby Baker in North Salem
Monday night on the occasion of the
club's annual Christmas party. The
Toems were attractively decorated with
Yulotido greonury, a glittering Christ
mas tree, illuminating the living room
aa alt it array of twinkling trimming.
IA. Christmas filled stocking was mye
toriously hidden away for every mom
leer, aa attached cord solving the rid
dle of the whereabouts. The yearly
-custom of interchanging Drifts between
the tnenrbera also afforded, much gal-'
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IWW39 WTJfTEB AT EAUliY 8PRIN(J fAHHTONS IS HAT At the lett uai ua of emerald ree
carded ribbon, for mates- t. Aa 1pls aad few leaTes nukes a aovel touch at the side. Oa the lif;ht is aa
4tm1 spring sat, decidedly new f ai eaie, is th form of a turban. Toe brim is of navy straw sad satin while
the erowa is formed ef intnrleeing of aavy oMnch. Claster of rosebud r placed here aad there nest charm
sogly. (e) Underwood A Caderwood.
MisrBakv was assisted in serving
dainty refreshments by Mrs. Glenn
Brown. The club will be entertained
next time by Miss Echo Hunt.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Waters pre
sided as hosts at a delightful family
dinner party yesterday at the Waters
residence on Summer street. Bidden
for the Christmas festivilies were
Mrs. K E. Waters, Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Knighton, Wayne Waters, and Jfted
Waters of Portland.
Mrs. Wayne Price (Annette Graber)
of Portland is visiting in Salem as the
guoet of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos
eph Graber. Mrs. Price will remain in
Salem ontil the return of hur husband,
who is in service overseas. He is ex
pected home in February.
Miss Jessie Miller joined her fami
ly at Herrjgburg for the Christmas hol
idays. Misg Nellie Fowler is passing the
holiday week in Portland.
Salem friends of Miss Sylvia Beil,
who i spending the winter is Boise,
Idaho, where she is studying at the
Anna Sogers Fish School of Expression
will be interested to hear that she has
gone to her borne in Michigan to en
joy the holiday interim, ilia Boil made
nor home on the Wallace road last year
In company with Mis May Gregory.
Miss Gregory is also located near
'Boise this winter, being a member of
the high school faculty at (Star, a sub
urb of Boise.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wcller enter
tained as dinner guests yesterday at
their home on North 17th street, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. ricKford and daughtor,
Miss Miriam Plckford, and Judge and
Mr. George H. Burnett.
Mrs. Elizabeth Bead has returned
from an extended visit in Holyeoke Col
orado. Mr. and Mm. H. W. Broas were din
ner host yesterday for Mr. and. Mrs.
J. B. Pollock and J. S. Pinnall at their
home on tho Fairvicw road.
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Cooper of
Portland are visiting in Salem as the
guests of Mrs. Cooper 's parents, Mr.
ad Mrs. 3. W. A. Moyor. Also visit
ing at the Moyer home is another
daughter, Mrs. Harold Forrest, of Pore
land, accompanied by her husband and
email son, Harold.
Mrs. Ella Bosenberg of Seattle ia the
house guest of Mrs. Prince Byrd.
A pleasurable Christmas dinner par
ty was -that enjoyed yesterday at the
home of Mrs. Jessie Bobertson on the
Fairview road. Circling the festal table
were Charles Manley, Mr. end Mrs.
Percy Bobertson and family, Mr. Mer
riam, Miss Catherine Bobertson and
Miss Lina Hoist and Miss Lulu Heist
are among the University of Washing
tpon students spending their Christmas
vacation in Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Boy Shields and chil
dren are visiting Mrs. Shield 's mother,
Mrs. Patty of Amity over the Yuletide
Mrs. Catherine A. Brown and daugh
ter, Miss Gretchen Brown, accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Brown,
are passing the holidays in Portland
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
The Jason Lee Memorial Sunday
school held its usual holiday festivities
oa Christmas eve, ia ths church audi-
Itorium, which was rendered a bower
of beauty with holly wreaths and great
quantities of greenery and poinsettas.
The program included visit from San
ta Claus with a treat for the little
folk and a collection by the individ
ual classes and the audience for Syrian-Armenian
Mrs. H. B. Brophey was hostess at a
pleasurable family dinner yesterday at
her home on Church street. Covers
were placed for Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Brophey, Mr. and Mrs. George Kicb.es,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCorkle.
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continue extending liberal credits to
former belligerotita in one form or an
other. International credit is of course
under heavy strain, though In most
cases the machinery of government has
been suitably adjusted to meet it; At
home tbe strain is also felt, showing
itself partly in the difficulty of se
curing sufficient funds for new enter
prises unless they are of a strictly
necessary character. Commercial cred
it requirements are usually met with
out strain, though bankers are dispos
ed to discourage carrying large stocks
of merchandise at present high prices.
Big distributive merchants through
out the eountry report conditions as
very satisfactory. This is especially
true in the agricultural districts where
farmers have beon securing very high
prices for their products. It Is also true
of tho industrial centers where great
activity and high wages have bad a
similar effect in the retail trade. A bet
tor holiday trado has been done than
last year, and cancellations among in
terior jobbers have been much below
expectations. The general opinion is
frequent among merchants that prices
of nearly all commodities must decline
that war profits and war wages will
quickly end, if they have r.ot already
done so. Food may be a temporary ex
ception, because of the urgent foreign
demand; but the general outlook is con
sidered as favoring a gradual reduc
tion in the high cost of living that
should help solve industrial problems.
This opinion it not invariably held ia
banking circles, where there is a dis
position to look for continued infla
tion of values at long as the govern
ment continues its borrowing and spend
ing upon such a huge scale as at pre-1
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attracted considerable attention and
were attributed to preparation far ths
next loan, which nay need some attrac
tive feature, each aa tax exemption.
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Ural hfaye' fiaa.ip, ths Pennsylvan
ia,, and nine ether dreadnaught, the
Arizona, Oklahoma, fJcvada, Honda
Utah, New York, Tuns, Wyoming and
Each mammoth fighter flew from her
vasts streamers ef tibbon almost 100
feet iong. When tbe column earn int
view of the ererds m Lower Manhat
tan showers of torn paper began pour
ing down from the window, of the sky
scrapers. As the vessels went into tbe
Hadsou they earns quite close to the
Sew York shore s (be people had a
goad view of them.
Ths cheering waa not eoniinuoo. Aft
r each outburst the erowds stood si
Trouble for Aircraft.
Aircraft assigned ts the tank of es
corting the fleet had eeaeiderable trou
ble on account of the enow. Ons naval
hydro-phin was forced to land in
Oravescnd bay near Brighton Beach
Coast guard enttfrg were sent out to
look for it.
Secretary Daniels greeted Admiral
Mayo by wireless telephone, after the
dreadnaugbt Pennsylvania had opened
the conversation by asking:
"How do you do, Mayflower I"
After Daniels official radio words
of welcome, and Mayo' reply, tbe ship
engaged in a general talk, one message
from the fleet being descriptive of the
Christmas dinner nil hands enjoyed.
All f ths official welcoming craft
were anchored around the Mayflower
off the statue of liberty. They includ
ed the Astee, with the assistant eecrr.
tary of the navy, the press boat A a rift
and a number ef others.
evw Salute sf 19 eons.
As each ef the horn easaiag ship
drew abreast ef th Mayflower the sec
retarial salute of 19 gas reared from
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yacht Mayflower zipped out an ack
nowledgement of the Pennsylvania's
greeting 17 guns in honor of Admiral
The Atlantic fleet, with sightseeing
and freight craft keping at a respect
ful distance, steadied majestically into
its anchorage in tho Hudson, forming,
in conjunction with the home fleet, s
double line more than six miles long.
The dreadnaughts and battleship, wore
..i , v v,v .uLi .h.
moored along the New York side of the
river, tho destroyers, auxiliary and sup
ply ships swung at anchor off the Now
The home fleet, whose base was ii
the York riverduring the war, eonsist
ico and Misissippi-the most powerful
ships in the world-the battleships
Maine, Wisconsin, Keaisarge, Illinois,
Alabama, low. and Indiana; the repair
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of destroyers, including the newly coin
missioned Breeze, Dent, Hadford, Lam
barton, MahnH and Ringgold.
As soon as the ships dropped anchor,
the flag ol fiocrs and captains cam
aboard the Mayflower, which bad fol
lowed the fleet into the Hudson, to
pay their respects to Secretary Dnnwls
They were "piped over the side with
tree nautical ceremony. These forma!!
ties were brief and immediately luier
ward the secretary began his review of
the combined fleets.
The Mayflower proceeded slowly
along the Jersey shore to Fort Washing
ton l'oint. Each ship's band played thr
Star Spauglcd Banner as the yacht
steamed past. The crews manned tht
rails, their blue clad figure standing
out in bold relief against the gray back
ground of their ships and the vari-co
ored flags and pennants that flew in
fluttering lines from stem to stern.
Old Ships Queer.
The old wooden ship of tbe line,
Granite State, shorn of its towcrinp
masts and clouds of canvas and witu
portholes gaping and empty, strikingly
illustrated the progress in American
maritime construction, -as it squatted
stolidly at tis moorings near 97th street
It has been doing duty as a barracks
for merchant seaman recruits.
Only a few rods away were ths Mis
sisaippt and New Mexico, reaching the
very peak of naval sea power. Beeidftr
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lattice work masts I nd great batteri'
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of 12 fourteen inch guns, the Granila
States seemed like a fossilized pigmy
a forgotten ago.
Tho fleet which defeated Admirnl
Cervera at Bantiafo back in 1398 was
represented by Iho old Iowa and In
diana. The Iowa e-as commanded by
"Fighting Bob" Evans in that engage
ment. Program of Naval Review.
7:30 a. m. Ten dreadnaughts frorc,
Vn water weignco. ancnor ana
started from Ambrose channel to Hud
8 a. m. Craft carrying reviewing of
ficers and other officials left to meet
! 10 a. m. Fleet passed in revie'v bw
fore the presidential yacht Mayflower
. Daniels aboard
10:? ?' -ShlP anchred ln Ho(1-
7, n ' w . , . ..
. 11:3 . -Tug carried me ashoH
"om ships fer parade.
1:30 p. m. Parade started.
2:30 p. m, Parade passed reviewing
stand, Fifth avenue and 42nd street.
7 p. m. Illumination of fleet.
7:30 p. m. Dance in 71st regiment
Bailors Leave Shins
.Ten thousand Jackics left the ships
when they came to anchorages in the
Hudson and were "taken to the shore,
where they formed a column and march
ed down town through iBrmdway anil
Fifth aevenue. Ag the men passed the
huge apartment houses along Riverside
Drive and Upper Broadway, residents,
leaning from their windows, showercdr
them with cigarettes, ChriMmas can
dies and other delicacies. The men wore
loggings and some of them wore heavy
overcoats. Seme carried rifles and gomo
were unarmed, depending on the do
sire of the ship commander.
The reviewing stand was built at
Fifth avenue and 42nd street where
Secretary of the Navy Daniel watch
ed the passing column.
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