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Seattle, Wash.-You have chewed a
bit of soda cracker until its bulk,' a
first flat and tasteless, has become
sweet to your palate? In vats and
tanks at the Rainier Products com.
pany plant in Georgetown grains oi
rice are masticated with barely mall
and in much the same manner the
starch of the rice becomes sweet. The
product-maltose sugar-is sent fort}
in barrels, the answer of science t<
the increased demands for sugar an
a reply to the ~call of confectioner
and bakers for sugar more suited t
their needs than cane and beet sugar:
The maltose sugar industry had it
start in Seattle and today the plant o
the Rainier Products company, once i
That we expei
In shortly, therefore
reasonably prompt del;
If interested a demc
will give us pleasure t<
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beer brewery, is the largest producer
of maltose, sugar, known under the
trae name of "rice syrup." in the
world. Each working day in October
17,000 pounds, more than 300 barrels,
of light, :honey colored fluid were
shipped from Georgetown and each
pound took the place of an equal
amount of cane or beet sugar in. some
Not New to Science.
Maltose sugar is no new thing of
science. For years. physicians have
recognized it as the most wholesome
end easily digested of the great family
of sugars. It has been prescribed for
the use of infants and for persons to
whom ordinary sugar would have
meant serious illness. In' food value,
,n heat units, it is equivalent to cane
or beet sugar and in taste, some say,
e super'or. It has several advantages
over other sugars and these advant
t a shipment of
will be in position to make
instration can be had. It
> show you.
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ages are isunied up in the scientific
term--hygroscopic. That means
"Water attraction.'" . -
Confectioners wish a sugar that at
tracts moisture because their candies
remain fresh longer. Candy made in
Seattle last January with maltose
sugar is fresh today, an unheard of
things, according to candy makers.
Furthermore, maltose will never
crystalize and that means that the
candy will not "grain." It can be
used without boiling and mixed with
other materials at blood B1eat, this at
tribute making for economy in fuel
and comfort in operation.
Cakes Keep Fresh
Bakers prefer maltose for much the
same reason. Cakes made with such
sugar keeps fresh much longer than
those made with crystal sugars.
Maltose may be used in the home. A
teaspoonful takes the place of a cup o
sugar. However, primarily it is a
"commercial sugar" and its import
ance to the "ultimate consumer" lies
in his interest in the products of
candy shops and bakeries as well as,
in the fact that every pound of mal
tose releases a pound of crystal sugar
for home use.
Dr. Hans Schwertfeger, German
born chemist, perfected and adapted
to use on a large scale the manufac
ture of maltose. He came to Seattle
from Berlin in 1911, and before he
could complete his citizenship was de
nied the privilege by the declaration
For two and a half year Dr.
Schwertfeger worked to make the'
production of maltose practical.
Then, a year ago, on a small scale at
first, the Rainier plant began the
manufacture of maltose for sale.
Daily the process i sbecoming more
nearly perfect and there is hardly a
week that does not teach some new
wrinkle in machinery or process.
The bpsic process is simple and
strangely enough almost nothing is
understood of the exact method where
by the transformation of starch to
sugar is made.
The maltose process at Georgetown
I has nnssed thn experimental stage.
The demand is increasing daily, and
requests have come from overseas, re
cently from Belgium, asking that mal
tose be exported. Within a few years
it is probable that it will supplant in
big cooking establishments cane and
beet sugar altogether. Its advantages
have been known for many years, but
it remained for the rormerly Gr
man, now almost American, chemist
that can beC des'ired in a modlern, stibl.
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ho once brewed beer at the George
wn brewery to show the world how
> economically and commercially
cew" rice to make it sweet.
The directors of the program for
tie emancipation proclamation cele
ration will meet in tne rear of the
Tanning Drug Store at 12 noon on
'uesda yDecember 9th. The follow
rg persons are requested to be pre
Sam Watson, Toodi McKnight, J1. A.
Valey, Watnon Tindal, Fras--r Gib
on. Butler Farleton, Charley Butler,
'ucker Malette, JIamie Seals, Douglas
Vels, .John Brown,
A. Collins, Presidenit.
F. WV. King, V-President.
Calvin .Johinson, Secretary.
ARITICHIOKEB PICK LES
oot Artichoke Pickle: Scrub, peel
ind scrape' four pomais fresh arti
.hokes, plunge them into boilinug
r'ine (one quarter (cupfulI of salt to
meC quart ot wvater) fo-- nve mninut es.
I'hen piut into clear, cold water for
ifew m inu't es. Dra~tin and cover with
1 sniceod vinetgar. Let stand over
igh t, antd P-rek in steril ized jars5.
over with thle spjiced v inegar andl
'rocess small(1 jars ini Water hath fif
eeniIi mutes a ndl quart jars t went y
ive minut es at 181) Fahrenheit, (sim
1-2 gallon vinetrar, 1-2 cupful grated
horserad ish,. landl 1 -2 tablehispjoons
renyr seed (erushed)I, I cupful suttar
1 andl 1 -2 tablespoons nmustarnd seed,
1 tablesooon10 sale, 1 tablespoon einuna -
mon01. (loves. nut. megiC ando on ion may
be added if desired.
Mrs. Edlna A. McPhers-on,
ADlVERTUIISE IN THEl TIMIES
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N'otice is hereby given that Tax.
Booksr for: collection of City Taxes will
he opeed on Monday the 24th (lay of
November 1919, and remain open for
a periodh of thirty (days.
The lev v is as fonows: 0Ordinary
Tax 8 M ills: Water antI Sewverage
onds 2% Mills; Street Paving Honds
By order of Council.
E. IB. Brown,
Clerk and Treasurer.
All pers5ons are warned against tres
passing or hutning on the lands of the
late T. N. Smith, near Alcolu, on the
Plowden Mill Road.
Decc. 24-c. Mrs. M. L. Smith.
The OuininM That Does Not Affect the Hase
Because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAX A-.
TIVR JBROMO QUININKt is better than ordinary.
Qutinine and does not cause nervousness nor
rnging In head. Remember the fuil name and
sok for te sinanrs of U2. W. GROVE. 30c.
me Bank and Trust Co.
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0 rdnay j8.001to 7.00 6.50 to 5.50 I4.75 to 3.75 3.50 to 3.00 3.50 to 250
FnDark 15.00 to 12.00 '11.00 to90 .013 6% !!9 0 o40
U sual Colo r 11.00 to 9.00 I8.50 to 7.00 I6.50 to1 5.25 I 5.00 to 4.00 15.00 to 3.00
Pale 8.50 to 7.0016.75 to 5.75 5.00 to 4.001 13.50 to 3.00 .5 to 2.50
Wi ter .0 to 3.50 3.25 to 2.75! 2.50 lo 2.10 I1.855 t .0o.7 1.25
Fll~ 3.00 to 2.75 2.50 to 2.2j2.00 to l.60 150_to 1.5 .50 to1l.0
A slaipment to "SHUBfERT" will
result in "mnore mone.y"-"quiielcer."
SHIP ALL YOUR FURS DIRECT TO
A.B S HUB E RTN
TJHE LM/6ESTJHOU'SE IN THlE WORLD DEAL/NG EXCLUSIVELY
AMERICAN RAW FURS.
25-27 WAustin Ave. Dept.2793Chicacqo. U.S.A.
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