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THE MAUI NEWS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1917.
$ LIBERTY CATERING
BY MAUI WOMEN
A Department Of Domestio Economy Intended To Serve A Patriotic
Purpose In Conserving Food Needed By The Allied Armies In Europe
AT THE THEATERS
1. Broiled Tomatoes
Cut large tomatoes In half, sprinkle
with salt, pepper and fine bread
crumbs and broil 5 minutes. Slip on
to hot platter, clot with butter, place
in oven 5 minutes and serve hot.
2. Sauted Tomatoes
Slice, season with salt and pepper,
dip In crumbs and egg, saute in a
little fat in frying pan and serve on
3. Escalloped Tomatoes
These may be made by alternating
layers of sliced tomatoes with either
bread crumbs, cold boiled rice, or
macaroni, sprinkled with salt and
pepper, dot with butter or peanut
butter for variety, cover with milk
and bake t;Jl done. May add a tbl.
finely chopped onion and a clove also
4. Stuffed Tomatoes
Scoop out pulp of large tomatoes
and mix pulp with cold rice, or niaca
roni, or bread crumbs, or cold cream
ed fish, add seasoning of salt, pepper,
a little onion juice and a little grated
cheese. Bake in oven till well heat
S. Spiced Tomato Sauce for cold
1 qt. tomato (cooked or raw,)
finely chopped onion, 1 small red pep
per, or V4 ts. cayenne, 1 ts. salt, 2 ts
sugar, 1 ts. mixed ground spices,
(mace, cloves, allspice and c'jinamon
and 1 cup cider vinegar. Coil for J
hours slowly. 1 tbl. Worcestershire
and a clove of, garlic add a pleasant
6. Tomato Jelly Salad
pts. cooked tomato pulp and
juice, V4 box gelatine, 2 ts. cold water,
1 ts. sugar, Vi ts. salt. Soak gelatine
In water until dissolved. Heat toma
to to boiling point, add gelatine, sugar
and salt, strain and set iji mould to
7. Wild Tomato Jam. (Mrs. W. S. N.)
Doil 3 cups brown sugar, and 2
cups water with doz. whole cloves
and a small piece of stick cinnamon
until U threads. Pour over 2 cups
small tomatoes that have been peeled
by scalding and boil gently until sy
rup becomes jelly like. Do not allow
tomatoes to break up. Is improved
by adding a slice of lemon while cook
ing. 8. Green Tomato Pickle
Slice 2 qts. green tomatoes, cover
with 1 cup salt, dissolved in 1 qt. cold
water, and drain after 2 hours.
Add to tomatoes, 1 qt. pure c'.dor
vinegar, 1 lb. brown sugar, and 1
level ts. each allspice, mustard, cin
namon, and 1 level ts. each pepper,
cloves, and celery seed. Doil for V4
hour, then let simmer 2 hours.
9. Tomato Marmalade
Peel and measure fruit on hand.
Allow 1 lb. sugar to 1 lb. tomato. To
every 7 lbs. use the juice of 6 oranges
and of 3 lemons. Add the grated
rind of 3 oranges and of 1 lemon and
boil down to a th'ck marmalade.
Stir often. Seal in jars.
10. "Peanut Tomato Soup
To 2 cups hot strained tomato pulp,
add 1 level ts. soda, 1 cup water, V4
cup peanut butter, 1 tbl. grated on'on.
1 qt. milk, seasoning to taste. Heat
in double boiler, thicken with M ts.
11. Oatmeal Tomato Soup
1 cup canned tomato, 1 cup water,
3 tbl. rolled oats Vt tbl. sugar, M tbl
chopped onion, salt and pepper to
taste. Simmer all together for V6
hour, sieve, reheat and serve hot.
12. Green Tomato Mincemeat
1 cup suet chopped with 4 green
tomatoes and 4 sour apples. Add
cup brown sugar, 13 cup vinegar, 13
lb. raeins, 1 tbl. Hour, 13 tbl. eacli
of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and salt
Cook 20 minutes and seal. Makes 2
Briefly, the story of "Freckles" is
the tale of a one-armed orphan who
becomes bo highly incensed and Is so
severely wounded by the gibes and
taunts of his fellow Inmates of the
home that he runs away. Despite the
one arm, he is absolutely fearless and
soon makes his mark In the MacLean
lumber camp by whipping the camp
bully. He is given a job as a watch
man in the treacherous and snake-
infested L'niberlo.st where his courage
and devotion to duty nearly cost him
IN THIS DISTRICT COURT OF WAI
LUKU. COUNTY OF MAUI, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
J. II. KUNEWA, Assessor and Col
lector of Taxes In and for the Second
Taxation Division of the Territory of
UNKNOWN OWNER of that por
tion of the land described In Royal
Patent 3385, Land Commission Award
4 12, s'tuate at Waihee, Maui, bounded
on the North by the premises owned
by Louise Aoe McGregor; on the
East by the premises owned by Marie
G. Vincent; on the South by the Gov
ernment road; on the West, by the
premises owned by the Estate of II.
Newest.Coolest Hotel in Hawaii
Fort Street Honolulu
Hawaiian Views and Post Cards
K. Kaiwiaea; containing an area of
In the cast supporting Miss Huff and one-tenth of an acre, more or less;
Jack Pickford are such notables as
L'llian Leighton, Hobart Boswortn,
Billie Elmer, E. H. Martin, Jane Wolff
and Ernest Joy.
In this play Fannie Ward is Mrs.
Jackson, the wife of a milrpnaire,
whom she married when she was too
young to know of his cruel nature.
Her whole thought and life are de
voted to her little son Billy. Mrs.
Lenning, a designing widow, gives
Order of Publication of Summons
An actionhavingbeen brought in this
Court by the Plaintiff above named
for the recovery of Six and 45100
Dollars ($6.45) for taxes assessed
upon the above described property to
Unknown Owner for the years 1913,
1914, 1915, 1916 and 1917, and sum
mons having been duly issued by me,
citing said Unknown Owner of said
property, named as defendant therein,
to appear before me at my Court
Room in Wailuku, County of Maui
PERFECT, PERMANENT COLORING
Given to fabrics that are sent to us for
Our efficiency is equal to that of any mainland concern. Have
your clothes dyed here and save postage.
Jno. D. Souza, Paia Agent M. Uyeno, Kahului Agent
Jack Linton, Wailuku Agent.
BUGLE CALL FOR CHILDREN
Mrs. A. C. Alexander has sent the
following notice from Honolulu with
the request that it be published, as
this is the work the ladies of Maul
are trying to do in the schools:
The Women's Committee of the
Territorial Food Commission presents
publicly to school children the necess
ity of food conservation, and recom
mends to them and the'r parents.
First That it is patriotic to waste
no bread or other kind of food. The
Committee realizes that probably 70
rr of the ch'ldren have no food to
waste ,and this advice is directed to
the other 307".
Second That it is patriotic to eat
less white bread, and to learn to like
substitutes. The Committee counts
as "Obstructionists' those who mis
interpret th'e teaching as taking food
Third The Committee endorses
garden planting and the use of home
Outlined in stronger terms the
Committee feels that the sooner
every man, woman, and ch'ld in Ha
waii has a realizing sense that Am
erica is fighting, and that each has a
part in the fight, the sooner the fight
ing will be over.
The Committee believes that only
German policy would hide even from
children the destructive fact that
America is flght'jig a barbarous ene
my, and fights to win.
Mrs. A. C. Alexander, Chairman.
Mrs. F. W. Macfarlane.
Mrs. A. L. Andrews.
Mrs. C. Montague Cooke, Jr.
. Mrs. A. Gartley.
Jackson the idea that his wife is try- Territory of Hawaii, upon the 1st day
lng to distract Billy's affection from
him and he tries to buy the boy's
love with candy and toys. Jackson
commands his wife to extend an in
vitation to Mrs. Lenning to call upon
them at their Florida home, threaten
ing to take Billy with him if she re
fuses. Richard Dnrcier, a writer, is
of December, A. D. 1917, at 10 o
clock A. M., there to answer the de
mand of said Plaintiff; and, it ap
pearing that the defendant in sa'd
action is unknown;
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that all
parties in interest in sa'd matter
shall appear before me at my Court
Room in Wailuku, County o Maul,
nfni'nanM titinn fintlirflflV tllO 1 t lnV
ordered to Florida by his physician lf rCCem'ber, A. D. 1917, at 10 o'clock
and he and B'lly become fast menus, a. M., and defend the forego-jig ac
tion, and upon failure to appear and
defend as aforesaid, judgment will be
rendered and entered and execution
issued and levied upon the property
for which the tax was assessed or
upon any property of such defendant
negro stabs Richard before they take -y
publication of this Order be made
Richard's caretaker, Jake, half crazed
negro, who is frightened into making
a sacrifice to the Voodoo, is about to
kill little Billy, when Richard and
Mrs. Jackson rescue him, but the
him to an asylum. During Richards
illness a wonderful friendship Is
formed between him, little Billy and
Mrs. Jackson, while on the other hand
Mrs. Lenning is gradually succeed
ing in influencing Jackson to get a
divorce from his wife. To further
their des'res they purposely allow Mrs.
Jackson to overhear a conservation
which will induce her to run away
with Billy. She does and they sur
prise her in Richard's home. Jack
son secures a divorce and the boy.
One day while Billy is out wHh his
nurse, Mrs. Jackson kidnaps him and
places him i,n a cave while she goes
for food. While she is gone, Jake,
the half-crazed negro, who has escap
ed from the asylum, steals in the
once a week for three consecutive
weeks in the Maui News, a newspaper
of general circulation in said Ter
ritory and printed and published at
GIVEN UNDER MY HAND this
6th day of November, A. D. 1917.
W. A. McKAY,
District Mag'etrate of Wailuku,
County of Maui, Territory of
(Nov. 9, 16, 23.)
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN
as Jackson is married to Mrs. Lenr
ning. Jackson and his men rush to
the Darcier home and Mrs. Jackson
goes back to the cave. Almost simul
taneously word comes that Jake has
escaped and Richard realizing the
danger, takes Jackson with him and apply at the office of Mr. W. O. Aiken,
Hawaii Post Buys
Out Hawaii Herald
By a deal that was consummated
on Wednesday last, the Hawaii Her
ald became merged in the Hawaii
Post and the interests in the former
company were purchased by the men
who control the Post.
It is planned to issue a modern
daily newspaper under a title that
will be announced later on. Today's
News will be dropped, as will the
present Hawaii Daily Post and the
new paper will take the place of those
two dailies. A weekly paper will also
be Issued by the new company and
it will carry all the news of the coun
ty and elsewhere.
The business will be conducted at
the present location of The Hawa'i
Herald and extensive alterations and
additions will be made to the build
ing. The niechan'cal plant will be
greatly enlarged and an up-to-date
printing plant will be installed.
The new paper will carry all the
cable and wireless news of the world
and also, of course, the local happen
ings which will be gathered and writ
ten up by first-class men who know
the newspaper game from start to
As a firstclass afternoon paper, the
new journal should prove to be popu
lar with readers and advertisers
The management is determined to
give the best possible news service
of experts in every department per
taining to an up-to-date newspaper
and job printing establishment.
Announcement of the date of the
appearance of the new paper.its name
and all full details of everything in
connection with the matter, will be
made in the near future. Hawaii
The Sixth Civic Convention, held
at Honolulu in September, passed a
resolut'on that each organization
represented secure from each of its
members a pledge looking to conserv
ation of food by certain economies in
the matter of the use of bread. Tues
day afternoon the trustees of the
Maui Chamber of Commerce took up
the matter, approved the resolution
and decided to send copies to the
members for their guidance. The
resolution was as follows:
Be it resolved that each organiza
tion represented at this Sixth Annual
Civic Convention obtain from each
of its individual members a pledge
reading as follows:
"I hereby pledge that for the dura
tion of the war I will endeavor that
the following rules will be observed
in my household:
"1. That one meal each day shall
be served without wheat-food other
"2. That one meal each day shall
be served without meats.
"3. That bread shall be sliced dur
ing each meal only as required for
"4. That at three meals each week
at least one dish shall be served
prepared from food unconsumed at
And be it further resolved that all
members of said organizations be urg
to encourage the obtaining of a
similar pledge from members of frat
ernal or other organizations to which
At 10 o'clock A. M., Monday, Nov
ember 26th, 1917, at the office of Mr.
W. O. Aiken, Sub-Agent, Paia, Maui,
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followIng Government lot
Government lot at Waiohuli-Keo-
kea, Kula, Maui, known as the Chin
ese Cemetery Lot, containing an area
of 4.60 acres, more or less. Upset
For maps and further information
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bridges, culverts tanks, poles and posts.
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stand heat of 700 degrees Fahrenheit.
GRAPHILATUM CEMENT in paste or liquid, for plugging
holes in boat hulls, roofs, tanks, flashings, etc.
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Honolulu Iron Works Co.
AGENTS IN HAWAII
THE LIVE AUCTIONER
FOR MAKAWAO DISTRICT
Residence and Postoffice: Makawao
Phone: Tarn Yau.
goes at once to the cave. He reaches
there Just as the mother is about to
sacrifice her life for the boy. On
witnessing this scene, Jackson rea
lizes her love for the child and gives
him to her. She is made doubly
happy by his possession and her new
found love In Richard.
Sister Against Sister"
Virginia Pearson in "Sister Against
The parents of Katherlne and Anne
separate. Katherine goes with her
father and is brought up among the
slums. She become a social vulture.
Anne is brought up by her mother.
She saves Dunsmore from Huxley's
frame-up. He falls In love with her.
Huxley has Katherine lure Dunsmore
to an apartment. He thinks she is
kills Huxley. Dunsmore, thinking
Sub 'Kent. or at the office of the Com
missioner of Public Lands, Capitol
Building, Honolulu, T. H.
B. G. RIVENBURGH,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, October 17th,
(Oct. 26, Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23.)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In the Matter of the Estate of
George E. Miner, late of Wailuku,
Petition of J. Garcia, Administrator
of the above Estate for Approval
of Accounts, Distribution and
IT IS ORDERED, that Thursday,
The men fight and Katherine the 6th day of December, A. D. 1917,
at 10:00 o clock A. M., De ana me
her Anne lets her escape. At the g(Ud petltion ,n the Court Room of
trial he hides the woman's name. To thia court, in Wailuku, Maul, Hawaii.
save Dunsmore, Anne says she is the Wailuku, October 23rd, 1917
murderess. Katherine rushes
the court and confesses.
"The Americano", which opens next
week on Maui is a mirthful story
which has its setting in Central
America, and the chief figures in the
picture is Douglas Fairbanks, who
needs little introduction to Maui
In his new role Fairbanks is an
American mining engineer and the
character is one that combines many
qualities, all of them laugh provok
ing. The fun reaches its height when
Fairbanks ,as the breezy engineer, be
comes commander-in-chief of the
army as an incident of a revolution
In the southern republic. His ex
ploits and achievements keep all
spectators on edge. The role is a
departure from those of other pictures
in which he has been seen here, but
he wins his audience in just the same
fashion he did in "The Half Breed,"
"The Good Bad Man" and "His Pic
ture in the Papers," all well remem
bered screen offerings here.
COOKE At Kauluwai, Molokai, Nov
ember 12th, 1917, to Mr. and Mrs.
George P. Cooke, a daughter.
V. C. SCHOENBERG, Clerk.
W. F. CROCKETT,
Attorney for Administrator.
(Oct 26, Nov. 2. 9, 16.)
All persons are hereby warned
aeainst buying, selling or dealing in
Keawe or Algaroba Beans, 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.
II. C. & S. Co.,
F. F. BALDWIN,
(Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov.)
To Whom It May Concern 1
On and after November 2nd, I will
not be responsible for any debts con
tracted in my name without my writ
MANUEL G. RODRIGUES.
(Nov. 2, 9. 16.)
BANK OF MAUI
showing condition at the close of business September 29th, 1917.
ASSETS, owned by the Bank
Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts $ 534,211.30
This represents loans and advances to
customers of the Bank.
Cash on Hand and in Bank 196,740.96
Actual gold and silver coin and Sight Ex
change on correspondent Banks.
Bonds and Securities 282,561.59
This is practically our secondary reserve, for
the protection of our depositors, consisting
principally of high grade, Territorial, Railroad
and Industrial Bonds. ,
Real Estate and Banking Premises .'. . 17,600.00
Actually owned by the Bank, located at Wai
luku, Lahaina and Paia.
Furniture and Fixtures 7,431.02
Contained in the Main Bank at Wailuku and
its branches at Lahaina and Paia.
Representing the valuation of the Bank's
equity in the Lease upon its Wailuku property.
Total Resources $1,039,469.87
Capital Stock Paid In $ 150,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 22,437.09
The Bank and its Branches has total deposits,
net, as above.
Total Liability $1,039,469.87
Territory of Hawaii )
Island and County of Maui ) b
I, C. D. LUFKIN, Vice-President and Manager o the above
named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true
to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Vice-President and Manager.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of October,
A. D. 1917.
ENOS VINCENT, Notary Public.
FOR SALE Saddle horse with saddle
and bridle. $75. E. E. Boyum,
Wailuku Construction and Drayage Co., Ltd.
TRANSFERING AND DRAYING