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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1917.
LIBERTY CATERING 9
BY MAUI WOMEN
A Department Of Domestic Economy Intended To Serve A Patriotic
Purpose In Conserving Food Needed By The Allied Armies In Europe
VALUABLE CALORIES TABLE (Concluded)
Housewives would do well to preserve the tables for future reference.
They will prove valuable.
As stated In previous articles the basis of the measurement of foods
adopted by dieticians Is the 100-calory portion. The 100-calory portions
given below are taken from a list furnished by the "Good Housekeeping
Institute." It Is hoped that additions may be made to this list later.
"Correct weight and a feeling of fitness indicate proper food sup
ply. Does each member of your family pass these tests?"
Food Material and Measure
Cocoa, 2 and two-third tbl.
Jellies and Marmalades, 1 tbl.
Honey, 1 tbl.
SuRar (granulated), 4 tsp.
Sugar (domino), 6 small or 3 large
Sugar (cube), 4 lumps
Maple Syrup, 1M tbl.
Molasses, 1V4 tbl.
Meats (cooked) :
Beef, corned, boiled, slice iW'xlM
Beef, lean dried, 4 thin slices 4"x5"
Hamburg steak, broiled, cake 2"
diam. x "
I.oaf, slice 4"x6"x"
Rib, lean, roasted, slice fr'xiWxVi"
Round steak, lean, broiled, slic
Sirloin steak, lean, broiled, slice 2"
Mutton, leg roast, Bllce 3"x3"xVb"
Asparagus, fresh, 15 to 20 stalks
Beans, baked, 13 cupful
Beans, lima, fresh, cupful
Cabbage, shredded, 5 cupfuls
Carrots, 4 young 3" to 4" long
Cauliflower, 1 very small head
Celery, 1 bunch
Corn, fresh, 1 large ear
Corn, canned, 13 cupful
Cucumber, 2 large
Lettuce, 2 large heads
Onions, raw, 3-4 medium
Parsnips, stewed, 7 pieces
Peas, green, cupful
Peas, canned, cupful (drained)
Potatoes, white, baked or boiled
Potatoes, sweet, baked or boiled
Radishes, 3 dz. small button
Spinach, boiled, chopped, about 1
Squash, about 1 cupful
Succotash, about V6 cupful
Tomatoes, canned, 1 cupfuls
Tomatoes, fresh, medium
Bananas, 1 large
Dates, stoned, 3-6
Figs, dried, 3 small
Grapes, Concord, 1 large bunch
Lemon juice, 1 cupful
Oranges, 1 large
Orange juice, 1 cupful
Peaches, canned, 2 large halves and
3 tbl. juice
Pears, canned, 3 halves and 3 tbl.
Pineapple, fresh, 2 slices, 1 Inch
Pineapple, carmed, 1 slice and 3
tbl. juice or c. shredded
Prunes, stewed, 3 prunes, 2 tbl.
Prunes, pulp, 2 tbl.
Raisins, Vi cupful (10 to 20)
Strawberries, fresh, 113 cupfuls
Distribution of Calories
Weight Protein Fat Carbo
.7 17 53 30
.5 8 72 20
1.0 1 .. 99
1.0 1 .. 99
.9 .. .. 100
( .9 .. .. 100
.9 .. .. 100
1.2 .. .. 100
1.2 3 . . 97
3.0 53 47
' 2.0 67 33
2.0 55 45
1.4 40 60
' 1.6 46 54
2.0 48 52
2.0 47 53
' 1.2 33 67
16.0 32 8 60
2.7 21 18 61
2.9 23 5 72
16.7 15 v 48 37
8.7 2 23 75
11.0 20 8 72
8.0 10 5 85
11.5 23 15 62
19.0 24 5 71
4.5 12 9 79
3.6 11 11 78
20.0 18 10 72
18.0 25 14 61
7.2 13 6 81
5.8 10 7 83
3.5 28 4 . 68
4.4 26 3 71
3.3 11 1 88
3.0 6 9 85
12.0 18 3 79
6.1 15 66 19
7.4 12 10 78
3.0 15 9 76
15.0 15 16 69
15.2 21 7 72
5.5 5 5 90
1.0 2 7 91
1.1 5 .. 95
4.9 5 15 85
3.5 .. 100
9.0 .. .. 100
9.4 6 3 91
8.2 .. .. 100
7.5 6 2 92
4.7 2 4 94
8.2 4 6 90
2.3 1 4 95
3.8 2 1 97
1.4 2 1 97
1.0 3 9 88
9.0 10 15 75
27.0 6 6 - 88
From "How To Cook Hawaiian Fruits"
1. Stewed Papaia
Cut papaia In small dice and stew
with cup sugar, V cup water and
the juice of 2 lemons for A hour. Serve
as a dessert.
2. Stev&d Papaia
To 2 cups papaia add U cup sugar
and scant water to keep from burning.
Serve as vegetable.
3. Baked Papaia
To halved papaia add a little sugar,
lemon juice, and cinnamon. Bake 20
minutes and serve at once.
4. Papaia Pickle
Make syrup of 1 cup sugar and M
cup vinegar. Add a few whole cloves
and peppercorns, and 2 cups halfripe
papaia cut In small cubes. Boil until
5. Papaia And Ginger
Make syrup of 1 cup sugar, cup
water, 14 cup finely sliced dried ging
er, and M lemon. Add 2 cups halfripe
papaia cut lengthwise, first boiling It
till clear but not broken.
5. Papaia Cocktail
Cover diced papaia with cocktail
sauce and serve with chipped ice and
small strip of lemon.
6. Papaia Salad
Combine cut-up papaia with pomelo,
grape- fruit or orange, and serve with
mayonnaise on lettuce.
7. Papaia Salad No. 2
To cubed papaia add finely cut oni
ons and celery. Good with boiled
8. Papaia Whip
To 1V4 cups papaia pulp, add juice of
1 lemon, V6 cup sugar and beat into
2 stiffly beaten egg whites.
9. Papaia Jelly
To box gelatine which has been
soaked in Vi cup cold water for 5
minutes, add cup sugar dissolved
in 1 cup boiling water. Strain when
cool, add 1 cup papaia pulp and juice
of 1 lemon. Harden and serve.
10. Papaia Sherbet
Mix 4 cups papaia pulp with 2 cups
sugar and juice of 2 lemons. Freeze.
July 13 Recipes for CABBAGE.
July 20 Recipes for BANANAS.
July 27 Recipes for COCOANUT.
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TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
WASHINGTON, July 1 Much progress regarding prohibition
compromise. Sentiment favors substitute clause following Wilson's an
nouncement that Chamberlain was drafting new clause prohibiting manu
facture of spirits but would allow manufacture of beer and wine under
commission of president. Anti-salocn league notifies President that it
will keep hands off, leaving everything to him and to congress during
NEW YORK, July 1 Verdun is scene of hardest fighting. Ger
mans manage to retain possession of ground won.
W ASHINGTON, July 1 Reed amendment prohibiting shipments
of liquor into dry,.tcrritory went into effect today and 25 states became
bone-dry, with 11 others bone-dry in sections. This amendment also
prohibits mailing any liquor advertising into prohibition sections. Is
regarded by prohibitionists as greatest step toward national abolition.
French authorities give American military police authority to main
tain discipline, regulate hours of admission to cafes, and to forbid the
sale of liquor to anyone in American uniform.
House democrats defeat republicans at baseball 22 to 21. Wilson
and cabinet attended. Receipts,, which go to Red Cross amounted to
$3,000. Game lasted 203 minutes, had 45 errors and 50 hits. Kuhio
played 2nd base put out two, and scored one run- on a slide to home.
Two hundred and fifty managers agree to give a special performance
for Red Cross all over country.
HONOLULU, July 1 Oahu stockmecn to hold a conference with
food commissioners on Monday relative to problem of increasing meat
Thirty-nine companies distributed $1,750,000 in dividends. II. C.
& S. was largest with $300,000. Brewer, Ewa and Waialua next with
HONOLULU, June 30 Draft registration set for July 31st with
sheriff of each island to direct the work. Big publicity campaign to
start at once. Will use boy scouts.
Red Cross work extended to other islands.
Democrats to audit city and county books to determine expend
itures. II. Gooding Field engaged.
Honolulu boat clubs leave for Hilo. Steamer crowded. Thirty-five
New supervisors start economy move. Will eliminate extra autos
used by city. Will trim everything.
Appeal on workingmcn's compensation goes to 9th circuit court of
appeals in San Francisco. May go to United States Supreme Court.
Insurance men eager to appeal.
Voluntary raise of five cents per hour given to stevedores. May
Vice-Consul Imai to join special war commission from Tokio to
T. F. Farm dairy herd moved to quarantine station to guard against
anthrax. Prof. Bryan advises ranches to form organization to borrow
money to buy and slaughter herd and get compensation later from the
Two suspected blackmailers plead guilty to impersonating officers
and are fined $100 each. Other arrests in sight.
WASHINGTON, June 30 No accounts of Pershing's landing
given out. Marines are anxious for details in order to know whether
Colonel Doyen of the Marine Corps, landed first because records first
in field maintained.
Internal revenue receipts are $118,000,000 over May of 1916. Most
from new income taxes.
Wilson will make complete study before determining export re
strictions. Wants to do full justice to all neutrals.
BERLIN, July 3 Russian advance on western front Stripa extend
ing north. They made Teutonic lines yesterday.
Strong Russian attacks on Koenigsberg repulsed with heavy losses.
Attacked Drzezany heights unrepeated.
PARIS, July 3 French check violent German attack on Aisne.
American battle line arrives with own band playing Dixie and
Yankee Doodle. Enthusiastic French girls throw bouquets and kisses.
Wounded Frenchmen walked at side. Children kneel as troops pass.
Solderliness greatly impresses. Lean and bronzed unlike Britisher and
EAST ST. LOUIS, July 3 Fire rioters assemble. Troops and
police hurried in. Minor outbreaks today. Guardsmen rescue attacked
negroes. Firemen at noon reported 310 houses destroyed and 27 bodies
rescued. Cause of rioters was southern negroes replacing whites.
Heavy influx due whites joining army.
TOKIO, July 3 Kato announced that he would patrol Atlantic
with fleet if necessary, in reply to criticism.
PETROGRAD, July 3 Wave of rejoicing swept over country
yesterday at news of Galician victory. War Minister Kerensky spent
four days along front urging men to attack. He, finally rode to first
line trenches, placed himself at head of men, gave orders to advance,
and personally led the charge, thus accomplishing by his brave example
what oratory had failed to do.
GLOBE, ARIZ., July 3 Two hundred I. W. W., hold up passen
ger train searching for strike breakers.
BUTTE, MONT., July 3 Metal mine workers say no settlement
of strike until owners having trouble settle with men. Reported deep
miners take same stand.
LONDON, July 3 Beerbohn Tree, dead.
WASHINGTON, July 3 Officials hope by publicity given to con
spiracy to stop or cripple Great Lakes shipping by I. W. W., be resulted
in its failure. Their planned conspiracy discovered was to hinder ship
ping food and munitions and was engineered by Germans with assist
ance of Americans. Resulted in a succession of "accidents" to shipping
and to waterfront.
Army recruiting, 10,000 on Saturday: Hope soon to fill ranks of
HONOLULU, July 2 Estimated 21,000 will be number to regis
ter. Of these 6000 will be eligible for draft. Hawaii's quota to be
PETROGRAD, July2 Russians launch big drive against Austro
Germans in Galicia, take Koniuchy and 10,000 prisoners. Berlin ad
mits capture of position but says another drive was frustrated.
PARIS, July 2 French entirely eject Germans from recently taken
WASHINGTON, July 2 Draft about September 1 is announced.
President Wilson asks selective boards to work fearlessly and impartially
LONDON, July 2 German prisoners assisting in preparation of
American camp were amazed when troops arrived. Had refused to
believe Americans planned an active participation.
WASHINGTON, July 2 Minister Reinsch cables that Chang
Hsun and other militarists have sent an ultimatum to the president
to restore Manchus. Civil war is feared.
HONOLULU, July 2 Hawaii guard is not to be mobilized.
Washington decided over Strong's recommendation.
Another anthrax case in T. F. Farm's dairy herd. Calf is victim.
Food commission meets stockmen and confers on meat situation.
A majority of the ranchers favor reducing herds on account of loss of
pastures, and to improve stock. Commission pleads meat shortage if
Mayor Fern ushers in new city administration lying on a cot.
Republican majority takes appointive power away from mayor. All
his nominations tabled .
China reverts to monarchy. Hsuan Tung, the dethroned boy em
peror is restored, says Tokio cable.
Matheson libel suit demurrer is argued.
33,000 male residents of territory will be required to register under
Pearl Harbor allowed $XO,000 appropriation for lighting channel.
All boat space sold for Hilo's Fourth of July excursion. Over
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About one-third of the crops arc lost from the effects of insects
This year every ounce of food must be saved.
The Food Commission will advise the kind of insecticide required
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ARSENATE LEAD (Dry and Paste)
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