Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, July 08, 1916, Page FIVE, Image 5

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1916.
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Preparedness
in the way of Summer Furniture is quite neces-
sarv. f orch tumimra made on artistic lines or denenda
quality German Reed and Sea Grass Furniture add beauty and comfort jj
to your home and is very substantial.
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Every piece of porch and summer furniture in our store is marked down, u
uet our prices and enjoy the warm weather by having the most comrort
able furniture money can buy.
CAPTURE OF TAYLOR
S UP Ii GANG
The Three Boys Who Have
Been "Doing Things" to
Be Tried in Albany
With the capture yesterday at Kiddle
of John Taylor the civil authorities
have rounded up the trio of young men
believed responsible for a series of
crimes extending from this city to Rose
burg. William Harris and William Tay
lor had previously been taken into cus
tody at Kosuburg.
At the door of the jail in the Doug
lus county seat John Taylor broke
away from the sheriff, climbed the
HThe sheriff and a crowd pursued the
fleeing youth and two shots fired at him
REFRIGERATOR
To close out our refrigerators we have cut them down
below any thought of prof it.
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See Window Displays and Get Our Prices g
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tctra Cram THt SP(Lk OP THK VyKON"
Edmnnct Breese a
Edmund Breese is suid to have the
best of his long and interesting career
in "The Spell of the Yukon", the new
live act Metro production taken from
tie poem of the game name by Robert
W. Service, "the Kipling of the
North." Wallace O. Clifton has pro
vided a powerful version of the Alas
kan poet's masterpiece for the use of
this star's dramatic talents. The pro-'
auction, which ia to be seen at the Ore
gon Sunday and Monday was directed
by Burton King, for the Popular Plays
and Players, one of Metro's producing
companies. .
Jn "The Spell of the Yukon," Mr.
Breese has a number of highly dramat
ic incidents, which were exceedingly
dangerous to life and limb, that is
they miirht be for some one else, but
Mr. Breese believes in preparedness,
at least in regard to picture taking.
He plans out each smallest detail of
his apparently hair's breadth escapes,
until he has it all worked out to a
nicety, with the minimum possibility
of mischance. Then, fearless and hap
py, he tells the camera man to "grind
awav. "
As every one knows Edund Breese
is one of the foremost actorB on the
English speaking stage. His best
known part is probably that of John
BurKett Ryder in "The Lion and the
Mouse," which he played both in this
country and in Europe for several sea
sons. Another of his favorite parts
was Andrew in "The Master Mind."
He is also an eminent Shakespearean
actor. In the motion picture world,
his most successful work has been done
in "The Lure of Heart's Desire" and
in tho two other picture plays made
from the Hobert w. Service poems:
"The Shooting of Drm jtcGrew" and
"The Sone of the Wage Slave," all
released on the Metro program.
Why r popular? Be
canM tell you erery day,
the -news of the world.
A Big Double Show
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
Norman Talmage in Her and Greatest
Success
The Children In The House
Special Vaudeville
Charles Refly tne Noted Irish Tenor and His Six
Irish Colleens
HEADLINE ACTS AND HIPPODROME
OREGON "The House that Satisfies"
Western Oregon Mills
Have 10-Day Shut-Down;
Lumber Prices Are Higher
Seventy-five per cent of the sawmills
in Western Washington and Western
Oregon will be dov, u for an average
period of ten days beginning this week.
This is an annual affair in the lum
ber industry a closing down of plants
for repairs and the installation of new
equipment.
This year it will mean decreased pro
duction of at least 150,000,0110 feet of
lumber. The estimate is made by the
West Coast Lumbermen's association
on the basis of reports ffom mills throu
ghout the first district.
Lumbermen closely in touch with""the
conditions consider the Fourth of July
close down this year as likely to bo a
strong factor in restoring the stability
and bringing supply and demand back
into proper relationship.
They also say that decreased produc
tion brought about by mid-season re
pairs is entirely separate and distinct
from the curtailmeut policies at differ
ent mills hich becnine noticeable dur
ing the tost weeks in June and which
undoubtedly will continue tnrough the
month of July.
The earlier curtailment is regarded as
having already steadied the market,
which skidded badly but did not tobog
gan as in former years when demand
suddenly slumped while production was
clipping along at tne rnto of twenty
million feet of fir a day.
Minneapolis and other markets have
reported hasty withdrawals of low
prices which were sent out the previous
week, although at present the actual
market on many items is some whit un
certain. It is probable that values will
be more clearly defined between now
and July 12 when mills reopen.
The week's trado barometer issued
by tho West Coast Lumbermen's asso
ciation showed orders 18.63 per cent be
low the week's production of 5i,324,762
feet of lumber by 101 mills. Shipments
by the same mills were 0.71 per cent
below production.
In the analysis of the bnromentor,
however, attention is called to the fact
that new business for local rail and
transcontinental delivery was but 3.33
per cent below similar deliveries; and
that the somewhat disconcerting show
ing of the barometer was primarily the
result of light orders and shipments
for water delivery, whereas, production
at tide water mills was close to uonnal.
In the rail trade new business booked
during the week amounted to 1028 car
loads, or aoout 40,700,000 feet; an aver
age of 402,070 feet per mill.
Shipments amounted to 1684 carloads,
HIPPODROME
VAUDEVILLE
THE MOZARTS
Original Scenic Dancing Skit
HEINIG & STEINIE
World's Only Snow Show Dancers
RAY & WYNN
Song, Dance and Patter
Charles Bartholomew
Character Songs and Recitations
Red Letter Feature
"IT HAPPENED IN HONOLULU"
SUNDAY
2?
BUGfi
THEATRE
SUNDAY
or 42.100,000 feet, which wus an aver
age of 41(1, H'.il 'feet per mill. The aver
age cut per mill for the week was 557,
071 feet. Cottago Orovo Sentinel.
PEPSIN USED FOR RENNET
IN CHEESE MANUFACTURE
A five per cent solution of scale
pepsin in water, used at the rate of
four ounces of solution to 1000 pounds
of milk, has been found by oxicri
ments at the Oregon Agricultural Col
lege to be a substitute for he use of
rennet in cheeso making, forming a
product that judges 'ire unable to tell
from the normal rennet curd.
This is snid to be highly important
to cheese manufacturers of Oregon.
Leading manufacturers of rennet ex
tract have been unable to secure t'.ic
normal supply from Europo during tho
war, and the scale pepsin substitute
may prove a satisfactory solution of
the problem. Oregon cheeso men are
advised to try out this pepsin as a
rennet substitute before the supply of
rennet is entirely exhausted. The first
pepsin cheese made at tho college,
May 31, has been sampled both during
the makeup and up to the present
time. No extensive Investigations
have been conducted as to the keeping
qualities of the pepsin made cheese.
Soluble pepsin scales wero used.
These were dissolved in water at the
rate of one ounce of pepsin to one and
a .fourth pounds of water Armour's
U." H. I', scale pepsin, strength 1,3000.
The water must in no case be above
105 degrees F. or the enzyme forming
the coagulation is weakened and event
ually, destroyed. The solution must
be made up fresh each day a few
hours before use.
Tho solution was added in the same
proportion as rennet, that is, 4 ounces
of solution to 1000 pounds of milk.
Comparing the strength of this solu-,
Hon with that of the rennet, the pepsin
coagulated the sample in 47 seconds,
the rennet in 50 seconds. The milk
was set at 8(1 degrees V. and at .21
of one per cent acid. It was 24 min
utes from the time of setting to cut
ting. The loss of fat in whey amount
ed to . 20 to .32 of ono per cent, the
original milk testing 4.8 per cent fat.
After setting, the process of handling
the curd is exactly the same as when
set with rennet extract.
In order to bring the rennet back to
normal it is absolutely necessary that
cheese makers throughout the country
cooperate in every way with rennet
manufacturers buying from farmers
and local slaughter houses. Borne lead
ers in this movement have cone so far
as to suggest that rennet should bci
supplied only to
failed to check his flight. Ho plunged
i into the Umpqua river, swam to the
I other side and hid in tho undergrowth,
i Later he boarded a freight train from
which he was taken at Kiddle.
Tho three have, been taken back to
Albany to stnnd trial on a charge of
robbing tho homo of R. C. Mnrgarson
at ISlicdds and also that of stealing a
Ford owned by W. C. Fuller of Albany.
In addition to these offences it is al
leged that they robbed a store at Coin
stock and stulo nn uutomobile in this
city.
Chief of Police Welsh' has been in
formed by tho secretary of state at
I Olympin, Wash., that the Ford which
tlio lads linve been driving ever since
they left Salem was owned by Walter
O. I.echey, of Seattle. Tho luds refuse
to say how it coino into their possses
sion. Each of the boys is about l's years of
age. They declare thoy were on the way
to the Mexican border. In tho car and
captured with them were rifles and au
tomatic pistols besides a largo supply
of ammunition. At the time of the cap
ture, tool kits and nppurtcuances taken
from Ford autos vcro recovered.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Leut. C. W. Niemeyer
(LATB BRITISH ARMY) 22 MO.NTIlS AT THK FKO.NT
WILL LECTURE ON FRIDAY, JULY 14, ON
"The European War"
AT. 8:15 P. M. DOORS OPEN 7:30 P. M.
GENERAL ADMISSION 25c
RESERVED SEATS 50c
TOMORROW AND MONDAY
William Fox presents
Theda
fiaura
MONDAY AND TUESDAY 1
ARE CHAUTAUQUA DAYS I
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In a virile Drama of the Soul
"The Enternal Sapho"
Pathe
Weekly
Our Pictures
Defy All
Competition
City Will Be Canvassed by
Ticket Sellers Autos j
Secured for Parade i
Mouriay "und Tuesday of next week
will be known us Chautauqua days when
everyone interested in the success of
tho Chautauqua in tho way of the sale
of tickets will bo asked to not only
buy the tickets subscribed for, but to
lend whatever assistance possible in the
automobile parade Monday evening.
While the reports of the sale of tick
ets are e ncournging, the committee feels
tnat much work must be uono to raise
the required amount, as many who sub
scribed are not iu the city at present.
After the meeting lust evening at the
Commercial club, several members of
the committees went to Willson park
and secured tho promise of U0 uutomo-
biles for the pnrado Mommy evening.
Children who have their tickets, will be
asked to take part in tho pnrade.
Monday and Tuesday, ladies of the
Chnutauqua committees in nutos will
canvas the residence districts in the
snlo of tickets. All work must be done
these two days, the first entertainment
will bo given Wednesday.
Those feeling a disposition to assist
are requested to telephone C. b. Know
lnnd, who will be glad to ussign a spe
cial district in which to work.
Among those who will give their time
Monday and Tuesday are Airs. L. K.
Page, Mrs. E. E. Fisher, Mm. Willard
T. Proctor, Joseph Albert, "W. I. Stuloy,
A. A. Lee, Dr. II. C. Kpley, H. A. Harris,
A. A. Lee and Mrs. C. L. Kuowland.
Oregon Metal Mines
Show Little Change In
Any Respect During 1916
No changes of moment in the mining
situation in Oregon are noted by
Charles G. Yale, of the United (States
Geological Hurvcy, for the first six
months of 1010. Tho bullion receipts of
the mint and smelters at nun Francisco
show Hint the output of gold has in
creased 107,000 and that of silver 14,
000 ounces in the first five months of
1910 over the output of the correspond
ing period in 1915. The increase in
gold is duo entirely to dredging opera
tions. The Powder Kiver Gold Dredg
ing company, which in tho first half of
1915 had but one dredge operating, neiir
Sumpter, Baker county, has been work-
wiin two dredges during tlio lirst
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Oliver Morosco presents 1
George Beban
The well-known portraycr of Italian Characters
in
"PASQUALE"
A greater Picture than "The Italian " written by
George Beban and Lawrence McCloskey:
Salem's only exclusive Picture Theater
In a Class Separate.
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those factories which six months of 11. With tho execution
in turn Buppiy rue niainuaciurer ren-, ot tnrce deep mines, all in Maker coun
net lor extract making. This is for tlic.ty, this is the lurgst gold-mining enter
good of all parties concerned. i priso in Oregon.
Instructions have been prepared for The properties of the Cougar Mining
making the stomachs of calves ready i company, near Humpter, have been
for shipment to rennet manufacturers.) placed under lease and bond to the Uni
TiieBe instructions may be had by ap-itd Gold Mining company, of Hpokane,
plication to the dairy department of i Wash. In addition to the 200-ton mill,
the agricultural college.
tube mills and a cyanide, plant nre to
be installed. The Queen of Bronze
Copper mine, which ships its ore from
Waldo by team to Grants Pass and
thence by rail to smelters at Kennett
and Tncoma has been sold to men who
intend to extend a railroad to Waldo.
After years of idleness work has been
resumed on the Iron Dyke mine at Cop
pcrfield, which is shipping ore to Colo
rado for reduction. The Black Kngle
property, near Grants Pass, has been
sold to men who are to erect a 50-ton
mill.
There is notable activity in the hy
draulic mining industry of the state,
particularly in the counties along the
northwest bonier of (aliforma. Many
Like Other Landscape
Show Girl Was Bare
San Diego, Cab, July 8. rretty May
I Haydetn, who claims to be 22 years old,
but who, police officers say, is only
17, appeared in police court today on a
vagrancy charge, following tempestuous
;scenes'in "Paris After Midnight," an
'isthmus attraction at the exposition.
(The police charge that Oregon militia- There is notable activity in the hy-
; men and officers, encamped here, pack- draulic mining industry of the stuto,
; cl the show and tossed coins at Miss particularly in the counties along the
Hayden, who appeared in the nude. A I northwest border of California. Manv
number of militia officers were in court old properties have been re-opened, and I
today as interested spectators. Thejnuw ones have been put in shape fori
. show has been closed. Miss Hayden took working.
1 24 hours to plead. The most productive deep mines in
Oregon continue to be those of the -
lead Capital Journal Want Ads. 'Cornucopia Mines company and Baker ft
Mines company, in the Cornucopia dis
trict, Bilker county; Commercial Mining
company, in 4 he Almnion creek district;
Columbia Gold Mining company, in tho
Cracker creek district; Homestead lion
Dyke, in the Iron Dv,ke district, mid
Humboldt Consolidated Gold Mines, in
Malheur county.
Tlio liugtut producers among the
placer mines are tho Powder Hiver
Dredge company, in tho Cracker creek
district. Baker county; Columbia Mines
i placer, in tho Placer district, Josephine
j county; Sterling hydraulic, in tho For
est erecK. district. nuKcr coiiiiiiuo 10
be the most productive county in the
stute, containing nearly all tho lnrge
mines.
Market Was Dull
and Prices Lower
Now York, July 8. Tho New York
Evening Hun's financial review tudny
suid;
All indications at tho opening of the
stock market today foreshadowed a typ
ical midsummer half holiday session.
Tho attendance of brkers on the floor
and of customers In tho offices wus no
ticeably light and thero was nothing
in tho overnight news to modify the
uncertainty surrounding munition
shares and specialties or to furnish the
market with a new speculative impulsed
Variable tendencies murked the gen
eral list at th opeiiingbut tho first
irergulur prices were but slightly
changed iu either direction. Htundurd
rails were intensely dull aud inclined
to heaviness and pressure was directed
against the muuitiou issues and spe
cialties. As tho session progressed the weak
ness among conspicuous issues of tho
war order typo was accentuated and
losses ranging from one to three points
occurred. Professional selling pressure
relaxed in the dosing half of tho ses
sion and prices hardened a trifle.
TELLS STRAIGHT STOEY
Laredo, Texas, July 8. Captuin Kob
cr,t Pegzoh, ono of tho three Mexicans
on triul here, charged with attempting
to destroy the railroad bridge at Webb,
Texas, the night of Juno 11, told today
of how he niid tho other two defendants
wero guests of honor in tho private car
of General Mu.ipii. of the Cnrranxa
army, just before they started for the
United' States on their mission.
Pcgzot recited all the details of their
enterprise.
inveaOgate before you invest
at any price. Get your data
complete before buying an
Electric Sweeper. Win. GalUs
dorf, The Store of Housewares
Hoover Agenta.
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Sunday - Monday
Vaudeville
Wheeler & Wilson
Comedians - Singing Talking
EDMUND BREESE .
The Noted Dramatic Actor
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A Ore Play of So'loty and
the North
j "The Spell j
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ii the Yukon"
Animated Weekly
3 SIDNEY DREW
Positively the Latest
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COMINGr
THE SHOW OF THE
SEASON
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
CHARLES REILEY
The Noted Irish Tenor and
His Irish Collets
7 People 7
Mostly Girls .
Hippodrome Hoadliner
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