THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTLAND, AUGUST 11, 1918. WOMEN'S DETENTION HOME, "THE CEDARS," IS COMPLETED. TO BE G01ATTED Special Committee of Liberty Loan Workers Considering Unscrupulous Activities. BOND PROFITEERING SEEN 13 HUN INFLUENC r j NEW x v- fe? III. , r t " " J"NI 'V$ " I If ;' :ps i"..Ba I f.il -V :f Speculators Said to Be Engaged In Discounting Liberty Bonds In Connection With Real Estate and Other Transactions. Members of a special commutes of liberty loan workers ars considering" a plan for combatting the actlrltles of unscrupulous speculators and pro-Hun Influences In what appears to be a Ni-tlon-wlde attempt to depreciate the dif ferent Issues of liberty bonds. No re ports of outright swindle have been reported In this city where those profi teering In these Investment securities thus far have confined their efforts to discounting extensively these bonds In connection with real estate and other transactions. Ths effect of these activities has been to depress the market value of these securities and has resulted In more or less uneasiness among many of the email Investors in these securi ties. Not a day passes that several owners of liberty bonds In denomina tions and amounts ranging from $50 to to 1300 do not call at the liberty loan headquarters for Information as to the aecurtty of fhelr Investments. "Most of these people, said D. c Freeman, of the liberty loan commit tee yesterday, "are Inexperienced In the ownership of bonds as a continuing in vestment. But we have no trouble In allaying their fears when the nature of the Investment and Its positive security has been explained. There la no occa sion for any bolder of liberty bonds to part with these securities at any great discount. In view of the fact that reputable bond dealers report that the bond market for these securities today Indicates a healthy upward tendency." In Its Investigation the special com mittee Is suspicious that prorGerman Influences are largely responsible for the attempts being made to depreciate the negotiable value of liberty bonds. The committee Is conducting a thor ough inquiry and within a few days will issue a statement for the Informa tion and assurance of all bondholders. The final Installment on liberty bonds of the third Issue, purchased through the banks, becomes due and payable next Thursday. August IB. One month later. September 16. will be the first Interest-paying period on the third Is sue of liberty bonds. Owners of these securities will then be able to detach the first coupon and collect at any bank interest for the first six months. The disbursement of this Interest money among the holders of liberty bonds. It Is believed, will have a tendency to re assure the owners of these securities and dispel to a large extent any un easiness now existing. I - . si ' v - - V, - ' - s " ' I Cppep Mala Admlalatratloa Balldlag of Detention Plant Near Trontdale. Lower One of Two Cottages Used In Housing Inmates of Municipal Detention Home. 'CEDARS' NOW OPEN! Detention Home for Women Is Modern in Appointments. MRS. ROGERS IN CHARGE Institution Has Accommodations for 75 Inmates and Has Every Facility to Slake It Self-supporting. NEW GOIDY AT OAKS The Cedars, Portland'a new deten tion home for women. Is now In full operation. The new home Is located one-half mile west of Troutdale. adja- ALICE BROWJt TO DO "DAME THE HOURS." OP session. The five men comprise a com mlttee which will collect available data and then forward to Washington a price for the 1918 salmon they consider reasonable. Validation of prices finally found equitable will come from Wash ington. One reason influencing the Govern ment to take special Interest in this price-fixing work is the fact that a larae percentage of the Alaska salmon pack "will be purchased by It for Army uses. HATCHERY MEN ELECT R. E. CLANTOX, FISH WARDEN, HON ORED BY COAST ASSOCIATION. F. P. Kendall, of American Can Com pany, Is Host at Dinner at Chamber of Commerce. Chinese Magic and Costasalng Will Feature1 Maaleal Show Ta Be Given By Failles Company. Chinese magio. Chinese mystery and Chinese costuming are combined in "Dreamy Chinatown." the new musical comedy to be presented by the Arm strong Folly Company at Oaks Amuse- v. . - i v I . f - - - ' f HA ' fJ 4 A J 4 A II re Bmn, Ballet Daaeer, ' f Armitrais Folly Compaa: Oaks Amasemeat Park. With T at ment Park for a week, commencing with matinee and evening performance today. The fun and frolic of the story center around a master of legerdemain who Is due to reach America from Poppyland. When he does not arrive on schedule, his friends find it necessary to have him Impersonated. Here's where the fun begins to continue one solid hour. The magician's proxy and his assist ant make their arrival In barrels of chop euey amid great bursts of melody and dancing from the chorus, which, of course, is garbed as only Chinese girls can garb themselves. Two weeks' rehearsal and two weeks' arranging of costumes have been necessary in the staging of the comedy, according to Manager Armstrong. An added treat has been provided for the week's bilL . Miss Alice Brown has been engaged for a special number. Attired as a nymph, she will do "The Dance of the Hours" She has success fully toured In vaudeville and In ad dition was a member of both Anna Pavlowa's and Al Jol son's companies, spending a season with each. At pres ent Miss Brown Is making Portland her home. She Is a graduate of the French Italian School of the Ballet, New Tork City. cent to the Multnomah County Farm When Mayor Baker and members of the City Council first concluded to treat all women afflicted with social diseases the Kelly Butte institution was se cured from the Board of County Com mlssloners. The work of caring for the women began on the initiative of Portland officials, and later Federal officials recognized the work and or dered Its duplication in all the prin cipal cities of the United States. Between 40 and 60 women have been treated at the old home, under the dl rectlon of City Health Officer Parrlsh. Accommodations for 76 women are available at the Cedars, by use of the sun porch and attic of the admlnlstra tion building and the two cottagea built In addition to the main structure. Home Is Strictly Modern. Every facility to make the home self supporting has been installed. A mod ern laundry has been provided in the basement of the administration build ing and a separate water supply has been secured by the Installation of storage tanka The home is located on five acres, which will be tilled and cultivated by the inmates. Each patient will have a separate room, and the plan of the construction has been with an idea of removing the "prison idea." Much of the success in the operation of the detention home is attributed to the work of Mrs. Elisabeth C. Rodgers. matron, who In addition to being the aotual supervisor of the Institution,1 serves as a Tnother to the girls who are detained there. Homes Found or Womea. Some of the women sent to the de tentton home offer themselves volun tarily for treatment, while others are detained by the polloe department. Women from various parts of the state are sent to Portland, the State Board of Health paying for the expense of treating and providing for them. The release of the women remains with the police department. In some cases the women are detained, after being pronounced cured, the police de partraent maintaining that this Is dona In order that homes and positions may be round for tnem. R. E3. Clanton, master fish warden of Oregon, was chosen president for the year of the Paoiflo Coast Fish Hatch ery Association at its session in the Imperial Hotel yesterday. Other offi cers named are: Vice-president, J. A. Talbot, fish warden-at-large in Ore gon; secretary, H. C. Mitchell, superin tendent of the U. 6. Bureau of Fisher ies; treasurer, J. N. Peters, of the Clata kanle hatohery. The following execu tive committee was elected: Professor W. H. Rich, chairman; John Ledger wood, J. W. Barrlan, James S. Bailey, I. H. Wilson. Dennis Winn and F. W. Smith. Nineteen men who have at various times furthered the Interests of the as sociation were elected to honorary membership, as follows: Governor James Wlthycombe, Henry O'Malley, F. M. Warren, I. N. Fleischner. Marlon Jack, C. S. Stone, E. P. Kendall, S. S. Gordon, Frank Patton, Thomas Nelson, George A. Sanborn. Fred Barker, Chris Smith. Henry McGowan, W. F. Mc Gregor, George A. Crandall, Frank Seu fert. Dr. Earl C. McFarland and Walter Backus. Following the business session, at which a number of addresses were made, the members enjoyed a trip to the Bonneville hatchery and the Her man Creek feeding pond. Last evening the Hatchery men were the guests of F. P. Kandall, of the American Can Company, at a dinner at the Chamber of Commerce. WIFE BARES SECRET Guy Hannah Enlists in Army as Unmarried Man. DECEPTION TOLD BY BRIDE Young Aviator Is Now Under Sur veillance in Texas Pending In vestigation by Officers. Marriage Is Denied. MRS. MARY MURPHY PASSES Woman Active in Local Lodge cles for Many Tears. Oir- School Damaged by Fire. The third fire within a week caused by spontaneous combustion of green coal in a basement broke out at the Crescent School. Powell Valley road and Forty-sixth avenue. Southeast, early yesterday morning. An alarm was turned in by the school janitor and engines SI and 35 and truck 4 answered the call and extinguished the blaze be fore much damage had been done. A quantity of coal was burned and the building was filled with smoke, but the amount of damage was small. Mrs. Mary Murphy, aged 63, resident of Portland for the past 30 years, died suddenly at her home, 648 Alberta street. Friday night. Mrs. Murphy was the wife of Matthew P. Murphy. She was secretary of Anohor Council, Knights and Ladles of Security, and has been actively Identified with the work of that organization for the past Zd years. She was a native of Canada. She is survived by her widower and one daughter, Mrs. Florence Martin, of this city. Funeral services will be held to morrow at 1 P. M. from the chapel of Miller & Tracey, Ella and Washington streets. Rev. C. O. McCulloch will of ficiate and Anchor Council will have charge of the services in Rose City Cemetery. Auxiliary to 6th Artillery to Meet. The- Portland Auxiliary to the 5th Artillery. C. A. C. will meet to morrow night in room 201 Courthouse. The meeting Is set for 8 o'clock and Important matters come up for consideration. FOOD OFFICIALS TO MEET Federal Heads to Consider Prices for 1918 Salmon Pack. As a means of deducing Information helpful In the matter of establishing prloes for the 1918 pack of Alaska sal mon, a session of packers with food administration officials will be held in Portland tomorrow. Federal Food Ad mlnlstrators Bradley, of Alaska: Heb- berd, of Washington, and Ayer. of Ore gon, will act with the conference heads In obtaining Informative . data at this Field Hospital Auxiliary to Meet. A apclal meeting of the auxiliary to Field Hospital Company 362, Sanitary train 316, . will be held at 8 o'clock Tuesday night in room F, Central Li brary. This auxiliary formerly met In the offices of Dr. Edwin F. Holmes In the Panama building. This will be Its first meeting at the Library. PORTLAND BOY NOMINATED FOR ADMISSION TO WEST POINT. ft . : " . .: - I ::: I- - x ? -J Vis? David M. Dunne, Jr. The opportunity of entering West Point Military Academy came to David M. Dunne, Jr., of Portland, Thursday, when word was flashed from Washington that Senator McNary had nomi nated him for entranoe to that famous institution. It will be necessary for the young man to pass the required mental and physical tests, but he does not anticipate trouble in this connec tion. The appointment Is under stood to become effective next year. In the meantime, young Dunne will attend the Oregon Agricultural College at Corvallls. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David M. Dunne, 40 North Seven teenth street, and a graduate of Lincoln High School. 4 1 JLA Guy W. Hanna'a Intense desire to en list In the aviation branch of his coun try's service led to his undoing, accord ing to disclosures made yesterday by Deputy District Attorney Dempsey, who has written to Army officials at San Antonio, Tex., to keep Hanna under sur veillance pending a further Investiga tion of charges by his pretty wife of three years. Fearful that he would not be accept ed In the Aviation Corps if the Army offloials knew he was married. Hanna went to a Middle Western state, where he enlisted as a single man. It was not until after he had passed all the neoes sary examinations to qualify as an Army aviator that he communicated with his wife to let her know that he had enlisted. Don t you let anyone know I am married or I will get a few years in the Federal prison at Leavenworth," he is said to have written to her. "If you will keep quiet I will send you more money than you would get through a regular allotment." The wife, Mrs. Florence Hanna, at first determined to keep her husband's secret in order that he might serve his country. She now says, however, that he failed to send her any money, and It was only after she had exhausted every other recourse, she says, that she finally decided to go to the District At torney's office for help. Some time ago Deputy District At torney Dempsey wrote to the Army of ficials ooncernlng Hanna's alleged de ception. They replied that the young aviator still insisted that he was never married and did not know the woman who said she was his wife. They sug gested that further proof of the mar riage be forwarded to them. Yesterday Mr. Dempsey mailed a cer tified copy of the young soldier's mar riage certificate, showing that he was married to Miss Florence E. White at Sioux Falls, & D., on July 12, 1915. This certificate is expected to win for the young wife the allotment money which she demands. Mrs. Hanna has been compelled to work to support herself for some months, and Is now a dancing Instruc- I Wm ' Ir : v j I The 7 big successes J-i J " if that made her a " " if ' ' t I "Star of the Screen" ; 1 ; . ? f - r A complete change . ' ' - . " ' , j of programme each 1 ' - - J H . - day, including a . " t?, ' f new Christie, com- VjiC edy and picto- s - h S'-vVVV h graph with each 1 f. 1 '' . ' J,-'; ' J v J : tn f ' Yrir . f lSL- ShflkM Lpy s6s nno,fsiV 1 tittcitov I itiftrHl tor at a local dancing academy. She pill"'"f'""BfaafirTnllli,M1 iM70TtnnF!K!JmUt Jin IIHIsWTWsWsassTss says that her marriage to the young 9 9 soldier had been all that could be de- H I sired until his desire to serve his coun- y T 1 sfH A 1 I ajgg - - - -1 Only Charge for Actual I BIGROUNDUPPROMISEDg ,px Work! PENDLETON PREPARED TO AMUSE i f& jt yS. y c-B. -,.-- 'V-A rut in Ynnr I (.lJr Mouth! I Althonsxb Many Famous Riders and Ropers Have Entered Service, Old Favorites Will Be on Hand. A Round-Up up to the old standard and surpassing it in many ways is promised for. 1918 by H. W. Collins, president of the Pendleton Round-Up Association, who was In Portland yes terday on a short business trip. "The early harvest this year will help us a great deal, as people will have more liberty and more money for Round-Up week, September 19, 20 and 21," said Mr. Collins. "Although a great number of cowboys have enlisted and have been drafted, the old favorites will be with us, and the cowgirls will attend in the same numbers they have in past years. Among tnose wno have written us their Intention of coming are Eddie Mc Carthy, Prairie Rose Henderson, Dolly Aiuluns, .Mildred Uouglas, Sammy Gar rett, Tex Yogel, Leonard Stroud. Ches ter Byers, all of Cheyenne; Yakima Ca- nutt, of Snake River: Bob Hall, of Al bany; Tex McCloud, of Oklahoma, and the Weir brothers, famous steer ropers of New Mexico. Tommy Grimes is in training at Camp Lewis, but he writes that he will be in Pendleton if Uncle Sam will give him a furlough. Big re lay strings will be brought from Chey enne and Walla Walla, and Happy Can yon will be the feature of the evening entertainments as in former years. "We are expecting a large crowd this year, and are doing everything in our power to get the people coming because all the proceeds will be given to the Red Cross." Company D to Picnic and Drill. Company D, of the Oregon State Guard, will have its outing at Penin sula Park Sunday. Hot coffee will be served to friends and relatives who picnic at the park. The men will drill and engage In grenade throwing and bayonet practice during the morning and afternoon. The company has a ros ter of 117 men. Additional men will be admitted to the company if the ap plicants report at the Armory tomor row mgnt. orncers or the company are Captain R. A. Sawyer, Lieutenan Fred H. Norman and Lieutenant Albert Breedlove. DR. E. G. AUSPMJND, MGR. My Practice Is Limited to High-Class Dentistry Only at Prices Everyone Cai Afford. Not for My Reputation! MONEY CANNOT BUY COMMON SENSE, BUT COM MON SENSE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY If you don't know where the next dollar la coming- from, think where tbe last one went and spend the next one wlnely. Ueroadtohealth PERUNA liis road Is open to all sufferers from catarrh, either acute or chronic, coughs, colds, bronchitis, effects of grip, indigestion, constipation, or other complaints due to in flammation or congestion of the mucous linings. A YEAR-ROUND MEDICINE ' FOR YOUNG. MIDD1JB-ACED AND INFIRM Miss Helen Thomas, R, D. No. 4, Bex 106, Paris, Kontuoky, testtfres In bahatf of hoc brother, her aister and herself. Her letter is an Inspiration to the sick. Read it. "It is a great pleasure to write you of the baneileiaf effect my brother, aister and myself have derived from the we of Fan and m.m.h.. We. indeed, owe them a great debt of gratitude for the good .health we are enjoying. "Several years ago, I suffered a aeieie attack of LaGrtppe followed by Typhoid Fever. Careful nursing with Peruna and Manalin pllete4 m saiely tkroogfe. For Systemic Catarrh, Catarrh of the Stomach, Asthma. Chronic Constipation, and ail ailments arising therefrom. Dr. Hartmtai Remedies stand awexeeUed. I speak from my own experience and observation. If people would only ae these remedies that have successfully stood tbe test of time, tt weald linn the suunfeer of vmst ehalre by the heartfe-stonea." Miss Tnomas family is only one of many thoueanda that owe a debt of grratltnde to Peruna, it Is a good remedy to take any time and the proper one for emergencies. 8old" everywhere LioeW or Tablet Form A sic Your Dealer Millions of dollars are epent every year in dental offices without adequate return. Perhaps forty cents on the dollar goes for ACTUAL SERVICE RENDERED and sixty cents goes for imaginary REPUTA TION AND STANDING of the dentist. Conservation, like charity, should begin at home, and In the home. This is the richest Nation in all the world, but we have not a dollar to waste. Paying for SOMETHING YOU DON'T GET Is willful waste a eln against the individual and against the great Nation of which you are a part. I have demonstrated for the past 14 years, and proved to thousands of people, that honest, conscientious dependable, durable dentistry is possible at HALF THE PRICES CHARGED BY THE HIGH-PRICED PRIVATE DENTISTS, and have also proved that In THIS OFFICE the best materials CAN be used and the work performed by skilled, graduate, registered dentists at these prices. Do not get the Impression for one moment that I am advooatlng "cheap" or "shoddy" dentistry, for that would be even greater extrava gance than high-priced GOOD dentlBtry. Do not think that my patients are not able to pay more than my prloes or that I cater only to the less fortunate people MY PRICES ARE FOR GUARANTEED DEN TISTRY WORK THAT IS SKILLFULLY DOKB, WITH A VIEW OP SIGHTLINESS, PERMANENCE AND HONEST VALUE. The well-to-do KNOW THIS AND PATRONIZE THIS OFFICE because they use their common sense and save their dollars. That la WHY they are "well-to-do." Open Nights AH Work Guaranteed 15 Years Electro Painless Dentists IN THE TWO-STORY BUILDING Corner Sixth and Washington Sts., Portland, Or. UBS tWEEK ANTAGE Unequaled Vaudeville Broadway at Alder. Matinee Dally, 2i30. Twice Nightly, 7 and 9. Popular Prloes Boxes and Loges Reserved. COMMENCING TOMORROW'S MATINEE N A Musical Show With Pep and Go and It's Sore to Go With Bobby Vail as the Comedian. An Excellent Chorus, Prettily Costumed. ROSS-WYSE & CO. Therve Been Stopping the Show All the Way Across the Continent. There's a Midget Who 1 a Comedian of High Talent. Guy D. Ennery & Co. IV "FINDERS, KEEPERS," A Clever Sketch. Dot Oatman A Charming Singer and Pianist. Wm. H. Rogers Imitates Everything but Money. Curtis Comedy Canines Dogs Do Everything but Talk. Rare Motion Fletnres of the Frosen Northland. Never Shown Before. Continuous Performance Today, liSO to 11 P. M. Last Appearance of "Quakertowp to Broadway." and Al Wohlman.