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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1917.
9 LIBERTY CATERING $
BY MAUI WOMEN
A Department Of Domettle Economy Intended To Serve A Patriotic
Purpose In Conserving Food Needed By The Allied Armies In Europe
Bread And Bread Making 1
In most households, bread is the
chief cereal food and bread made of
wheat flour is the most common. Be
cause bread Is the most common of
foods, It is essential to have It good,
which means that It should be light
and spongy, with crisp, tender, gold
en brown crust and that It should be
nutty and sweet in flavor.
There are many good rules for mak
ing bread and whatever the rule, be
sure to follow it exactly and use the
right amount of materials, worn the
dough the right length of time and
let it rise sufficiently.
Bread the lightness of which de
pends on yeast may be made in two
(1.) Slow process or over night
with less yeast.
(2.) Quick process or shorter time
with more yeast.
In general terms, one cake of yeast
is equivalent to one cup of liquid
yeast, although the amount of liquid
yeast depends on its age, more is
needed of newly made yeast than is
needed of yeast that is several days
Three or 4 potatoes size of turkey's
Two heaping tablespoons of sugar.
One level tablespoon of Bait.
Grate potatoes into salt and sugar,
stir well. Add two quarts of boiling
water, into which a pinch of hops has
been added (water and hops to stand
5 minutes before adding.) Cool
thoroughly. When cool add one and
one half cuds of old yeast. Cover
with a cloth and set away to rise.
General Direction For Bread Making
Put sugar, lard and salt In your mix
ing bowl and pour over this the hot
water. When luke warm add the
yeast, then add flour enough to beat
without splashing for about five
minutes. Mix in the remainder of
the flour. Knead the dough adding
flour as is necessary until it bocomes
smooth and ceases to stick to fingers
and moulding board. Do not make
the dough too stiff. Put dough into
well creased nan and let it rise to
twice its size. Be sure it is covered
well, free from drafts and in a place
that is about 78-80 degrees. Fold
gently into loaves or rolls and let it
rise again until about twice its bulk
and bake in a moderate oven.
White Bread, Slow Process
One cup of liquid yeast.
Two quarts of water.
Two tablespoons sugar.
Two tablespoons of lard, melted.
Two tablespoons of salt.
Six quarts of Hour
White Bread, Quick Prosess
One pint water.
One cup of liquid yeast.
One tablespoon of sugar.
One tablespoon lard.
One-half teaspoon of salt.
One and half quarts of Hour.
Wheat Hour may be mixed with any
of the coarser flours in whatever com
binations one desires and as many as
Good bread Is being made In the
states with 1 part corn meal to 5 of
wheat Hour. Bye, graham and corn
meal with white flour makes a good
mixture. It is well to try these vari
ous combinations in order that w-e
may save wheat for our boys on the
front and thus do "our bit" in con
Rye Bread Sponge
One cup of lukewarm water.
Two pints of sifted rye Hour.
One cup of yeast.
Mix water and yeast and add the
flour making it the consistency of
batter. Allow to rise until it is in
clined to settle. To the sponge add
pint luke warm water, 1 pint of sifted
rye Hour 3 pints of white flour, 2 tea
spoons of salt. Mix thoroughly and
allow to stand 20 minutes. Mold in
to loaves and place in pans. Allow
to rise 13 its volume. Bake in
jderate oven. Brush lightly with
water when taken from oven.
Judge Edings' Charge
To Grand Jury
(Continued from Page One.)
Rolled Oats Bread
One cup of rolled oats.
Two cups of boiling water.
One tablespoon of butter.
One-half tablespoon of salt.
One-third cup of molasses.
Three-quarter cup of yeast.
Five or 6 cups of flour to make a
Add boiling water to salt and but
ter. Stir in rolled oats and let it
stand until water is absorbed, add
remaining ingredients and proceed as
in white bread. In the morning beat
some more, put n itsanpoqxc ourthf
some more, put into pans by spoon
fuls and let it rise to twice its size.
Selective Draft Head
Pays Visit To Maui
(Continued from Page One.)
Major Green said:
"The sugar planters and Delegate
Kuhio blocked the mobilization of the
National Guard and the possibility of
the Guard entering the service. They
made the plea at Washington that if
the Guard were mobilized and taken
away the sugar business would, be
seriously handicapped and as the
American people need all the sugar
we can raise, the argument made the
"I doubt that the National Guard
will ever be called for active service
as a military unit; but I am of the
opinion that the government will take
a percentage of the men eligible for
the selective draft for war purposes
either at the front or to relieve gar
risons to be sent to the front. What
proportion of the eligibles may be
taken we do not, of course, yet
On the subject of the National
Guard being called a city paper of
Monday had the following:
No one in Hawaii will be conscript
ed for service in the National Army
at the present time, even though the
local draft program is carried out this
month, according to cabled informa
tion which yesterday reached Prince
Kalanianaole. Hawaii's Delegate at
The information came in response
to the Delegate's request for informa
tion upon this 'subject, and was for
warded by Angus Erly, who is acting
as the Prince's secretary at the na
The specific announcement, which
affects a large number of Hawaii's
eligibles for military service between
the ages of twenty-one and thirty-one,
was made in Washington yesterday
by General Crowder, U. S. A., the pro
vost marshal general who has the en
tire national draft in band.
One of the reasons assigned by the
provost marshal general for postpon
ing the call of drafted men here is be
cause of the credits allowed by the
provost marshal's department to Ha
waii for its splendid showing already
in the number of volunteers who are
already serving or who have offered
to serve in the army and the navy,
and also because of the strength of
the militia organization throughout
Of Slacker Charges
The three boys of Maui arrested on
the charge of evading registration for
the selective draft, were cleared in
the Federal court at Honolulu last
Friday. A city paper had the follow
ing to say of the matter:
Manuel K. Kaina, Charles Kama and
John Kakaiwa, Hawaiian hoys living
on Maui who were arrested and
brought to Honolulu a month or so
ago for having failed to register on
July 31 for military service, have been
cleared of charges of "slacking" by
the federal grand jury.
No bills were returned in all of the
cases by the federal jurymen yester
day morning when they presented a
partial report to the court, including
23 indictments. Shortly after his ar
rest, one Hawaiian was released on
bond in the sum of $1000. The others
were recently released on their own
recognizance. Since their arrest, all
three have registered with the sheriff,
Good Shepherd Bazaar
The annual bazaar of the Woman'
Guild of the church of the Good Shep
ueru, will be held tomorrow evening
at the Gymnasium, Wailuku.
The evening's entertainment will
open with a musical program unde
the direction of Mrs. J. C. Villiers
A fine assortment of fancy articles
will be on sale, also plants, candy
and grabs for the children. Later i
the evening there will be dancing.
Hector Morton, son of the late Depu
ty Sheriff Morton, of Makawao, ha
been appointed wharf superintendent
at Hilo, vice Francis E. Peake, re
to crimes, nlleged or otherwse, and
matters incident thereto, solely with
a view leading to the punishment or
Let your work and Investigations
ever be governed by an honest and Im
partial desire to do justice to all alike
and to elicit the truth regardless of
consequences. The innocent will
have naught to fear and the guilty
will not escape.
Under the provisions of the Organic
Act, the concurrence of at least
twelve of your number are essential
to the finding of an Indictment. And,
although twelve Grand Jurors must
concur in finding an indictment. It is
not necessary that your foreman be
one of the twelve. In signing the in
dictment he acts only In a minister
The County Attorney will advise
you as to the law of cases coming be
fore you, and draw the indictments,
hut the finding of an indictment must
be the result of your own judgment
and conscience no one has any right
or power to advise you upon that matter.
Except the prosecuting officer, the
official interpreter and witnesses un
der examination, no person shall be
permitted to be present during your
sessions; nnd no person, except the
members of the Grand Jury, shall be
present during the consideration by
you of the evidence in any case, or
the expression of your opinions, or
the giving of your votes.
All your proceedings and delibera
tions must be conducted in absolute
secrecy and you will not permit any
person to talk to you thereon except
n the course of your investigations.
You will meet at such times as you
hoose and are not confined to the
ours during which the Court is sit
You are under no duress and are
not answerable to any one for the ad
ministration of your powers or duties
nd are not to be directed or influenc-
d In your deliberations or conclusions
The officer who will attend you will
be at your command for all lawful
purposes and will see to the service
of such subpoenas as you wish to issue.
You may summon any one to testify
before you whom you deem proper
to examine touching any matter be
fore you. You will not, however,
generally examine witnesses for the
defense as that would virtually con
stitute you trial jurors.
The accused has not any right to
be present before you either personal
ly or by attorney; nor have you power
to summon him before you.
Your foreman, or in his absence,
any member of the Grand Jury, is
authorized to administer oaths to any
of the witnesses appearing before you.
While you possess no inherent
power to punish tor contempt, you
have the power to order a contumaci
ous witness or a disturber of your de
liberations into the custody of your
officer for the purpose of being brought
before the Court, there to be dealt
with as the Court shall deem proper.
You will swear all witnesses to keep
secret what occurs in the jury-room
and will report to the Court any im
proper actions by any person in re
gard to your deliberations.
You may appoint one of your mem
bers to be your clerk to preserve
minutes of your proceedings, if you
so desire. The clerk must, however,
act gratuitously as the law does not
make any provision for his compensation.
An indictment, when found, shall
be endorsed "A True Bill" and such
indictment shall be signed by your
When you have progressed far
enouh to report, you shall all come in
to Court and your foreman shall re
port such business as you have con
You will investiate all matters
brought before you carefully, and you
may and should avail yourselves of
all proper names of investigating
crime and wrong conditions existing
in this Circuit, and are authorized to
act by committee or as individuals In
investigating matters upon which your
full body may afterwards act.
You may, when you finally report,
make such recommendations, if any
you have, as appear proper touching
any matters of public concern, public
institutions, public officers and pub
lic welfare, and present the same to
As foreman of the Grand Jury, the
Court appoints Mr. H. D. Sloggett
and as bailiff of the Grand Jury Mr,
J. B. Wilson.
You may now retire, gentlemen, and
proceed with your duties.
(Signed) W. S. EDINGS,
Circuit Judge of the Second Circuit
of the Territory of Hawaii
All persons are hereby warned
against buying, selling or dealing in
Keawe or Algaroba BeanB, gathered or
picked up in the premises or pastures
of the H. C. & S. Co. without due
authority from the said company.
Persons found disregarding this
warning will be dealt with by due
process of law.
H. C. & S. Co.,
F. F. BALDWIN,
(Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov.)
All outstanding bills of K! W. Kam
are now due and payable. Kindly
forward same to me co. Pleasanton
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