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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1918.
Kuhio's Fight For The
Good Of The Islands
(Continued from Page One.)
'resentatives be directed to make in
auiry of the proper naval and mili
tary authorities and report to the
House the necessary legislation to
bring to the highest degree or cmct
ency the naval base and fortifications
on the Island of Oahu.
The resolution is directed lo the
military affairg committee of the
House, although matters that per
tain to the navy are involved, un
der the procedure of the House, com
jnittees do not divide jurisdiction
over any matter presented and to the
committee of the longest service
goes the honor of handling the pro
Following conferences with mem
bers of the rules committee, tne uei-
egate has been assured that a rule
-vlll be forthcoming to give the res-
o!ui'nn a bearing in the House.
' 'j here is much to be done to make
Hawaii a real fortress" said the Det
egate in discussing his resolution
"My intent is to bring this matter
lorcetu'ly to the attention 01 tne mem
hers of Congress. The war is en
rulflu? the entire world and a little
f,tfsi'at now may save untold wealth
before peace again comes to the
Delegate Kalanianaole has intro
duced a measure in the House mat
DDronriates $20,000,000 to be spent
under direction of the Secretary of
War to repair state and territory
roads that are damaged by army ser
vice. Senator Smith of Maryland
fathers a like measure in the Senate.
The damage that the roads of Oahu
have suffered by heavy army transpor
tation is being duplicated especially
on state roads around military can
tonments. Particularly is this so of
the Maryland state roads.
The bill of the Delegate to give
the women of Hawaii the franchise
will shortly be considered by the new
committee on suffrage of the House.
The measure has already passed the
Senate. Senator Shafroth introduced
the measure the Delegate presented
to the- House in the first session of
this Coiress and it went througn
the upper body without much delay.
Chairman Laker, of the House Suff
rage Commiuee, on request of the
Delegate, tar taken up the bill. It
provides authority for the Territorial
legislature to submit the suffrage
question to the voters.
Congress at this session will un
doubtedly pass the bill of the Dele
gate making Hawaii bone dry for the
period of the war and giving to the
electorate the right to determine
when the war is concluded, whether
or not the Islands are to stay dry.
The measure of the Delegate has been
favorably reported by the House com
mittee on Territories. Senator Shep
pard of Texas Introduced the Dele
gate's bill into the Senate and has
had it favorably reported by the
Senate oCmmittee on Pacific Islands.
The measure of the Delegate knows
no clasB distinction. It makes the
the Islands dry for the rich man as
well as for the poor man.
In this respect the bill before Con
gress is unlike the order just issued
by President Wilson making Oahu
partly dry for military purposes. The
order of the President has been most
severely criticised. Discussing the
order the Delegate said: "It is simp
ly class legislation by executive ord
er. It deprives the poor man on the
Island of Oahu of his beer and his
wines. Yet it permits the man with
money to indulge his passions to his
heart's content. The order of the
President makes bone dry prohibition
at this time imperative, if for nothing
else than to make all the people on
the Island of Oahu stand on an equal
footing on the question of prohibi
tion." When the House Committee on
Territories was considering the Dele
gate's prohibition, bill, the Washing
ton representative of the Honolulu
Chamber of Commerce inquired as to
the rights of the "gentlemen" on the
Islands. He wanted the bill amended
so as to permit gentlemen to bring
In their booze in the original pack
ages and have it in their homes for
their own use. Representative Al
bert Johnson of Washington, a mem
ber of the committee was instant and
emphatic in his protest against any
special legislation to protect the
"gentlemen" of the Territory of Ha
waii. "I object," he shouted. "I am
opposed to legislation that permits
the man with the 'know how,' the
money and the friends being permit
ted to get all he wants and the poor
man being cut off. If we are going
to have prohibition, let's have pro
hibition for everyone." Delegate Ka
lanianaole feels that the executive
order of the President is prohibition
simply for the poor man and that as
It Is just class distinction, prohibi
tion real prohibition cannot come
too soon to deprive the man with the
'know how' and the money and the
friends of his advantage over the poor
man in satisfying his desire for
liquors. It is freely commented upon
here that the big business man and
the man of money who have been
agitating prohibition, have through an
executive order prohibition for the
poor man but not for themselves.
In order to expedite the passage of
the prohibition bill the Delegate has
asked Speaker Clark to permit the
bill to come before the House under
a suspension of the rules.
GOAT MEAT ALWAYS
The following bulletin has been Is
sued bv the food administration:
Several requests have been made to
permit the use and sale or goat meat
on "Meatless Days."
Until further notice goat meat may
be sold on "Meatless Days."
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS.
SAVE SUGAR FOR OUR
SOLDIERS AND THE ALLIES
BY MAUI WOMEN
A Department Of Domestlo Economy Intended To Serve A Patriotic
Purpose In Conserving Food Needed By The Allied Armies In Europe
Rananas and Cream
Rolled Oats and Milk
ri oast Coffee.
Oranges or grapefruit
Bran Gems Scrambled Eggs
Honey i yrup
Sliced Bananas (add nutmeg before
the sugar and cream. Great Improve
ment if the flavor is liked.)
Sliced Pineapple (with powdered
sugar If liked better).
Small home-made sausage cakes
Graham muJ'ns Coddled Eggs
Marmelade- ( offee.
1 cupful rye flour
1 cupful graham
3 level tsp. baking powder
'4 tsp. salt
1 beaten egg
1 tablespoonful melted crisoo milk
to make drop batter. Bake in hot
greased gem pans.
1 cupful graham flour
M cup rye, Vs cup bran (or omit
the rye and use one cupful bran)
2 level tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. salt (level)
1 beaten egg
1 tsp. melted crisco Milk or water
to make drop baiter. Bake as above.
2 cups flour
Vt cup cornmeal
1V4 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. salt
2 tablesp. sugar
1V6 cups boiling water
14 cups milk
Add meal to boiling water, cook 5
min., turn into bowl, add milk and
remaining dry ingredients mixed and
sifted, then the egg well beaten and
one tablesp., melted crisco. Cook on
2 lbs. lean pork
lb. fat pork
tsp. black pepper
1 tsp. sage
1 tsp. savory
Put thro meat grinder, make Into
small sausage cakes, let stand in ice
box until wanted, fry till well done.
Bread and butter
Creamed Eggs Rice
Tea or Milk.
Tomato Soup with Croutons
Baked Bananas Tea.
String bean salad
Cinnamon rolls Tea.
Devilled Eggs Nut and Rasin
Jelly roll Milk or Tea '
Omelet, peas, potatoes O'Brien
Parker House Rolls (made with'
Cup Custard Tea.
Halve bananas; heap a little may
onnaise to which grated apple is add
ed (this is desirable in all fruit
salads) over top and add finely chop
ped peanuts. Serve two halves for
Cut lb. mild cheese in small
pit ccs put into a saucepan with two
rounding tablesp. butter and let melt
ejowly. In another saucepan 'scald
"Comfort Spots" And "Cozy Corners" Provided For
.'. The Fighters By The Church Organizations ,
if. iv-?oooc-?0ftv-ir.-AkjwO. wmatt ua.....
"Comfort spots" and cozy corners" are the by-words of the many church organizations working to make
the soldiers fighting on the western front more comfortable when they are sent behind the lines to rest up from
their trench duties. Numerous tents with plenty of nice fuzzy blankers to warm up the troops, and wooden
huta have been set up, to get men back into shape and to make them feel at home. These "comfy" spots
are situated not a great distance behind the lines, but they are not withinthe range of gunfire.
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two cups milk and pour into it one
beaten egg, 2 tablesp. flour and
tsp. salt, mixed together. Let this
last mixture cook, stirring constantly
till smooth and creamy, then pour
it gradually Into the melted cheese
and butter. Beat the combined mix
tures vigorously with egg beater,
then add red pepper or paprika to
taste. Serve on hot toast or large
soda crackers slightly browned in
oven. (To those who like rabbits or
"rarebits," this is well worth the ex
tra trouble in preparation.) '
Macaroni Croquettes '
Mix and sift one cup flour, 2 tsp.
fiaking pdr. one Uiblesp. powdered
sugar, H tsp. salt
Heat one egg till light, add Vt, cup
milk. Combine mixtures, and add
three bananas forced thro sieve and
one tablesp. lemon Juice. Drop by
spoonfuls in deep fat and drain on
brown paper. Serve with
Mix onehalf cupful sugar and one
tablespoonful cornstarch. Add gradu
ally, while stirring constantly, one
cupful boiling water. Bring to boil
ing point and let simmer 5 mins.
Remove from fire and add 2tabicsp.,
butter, 1 tablesp., lemon juice and
few grains salt.
Any ree pe not given above gladly
furnished on request.
Flaked Crab Cocktail
Swiss Steak (Economical)
Creamed Potatoes Buttered Beets
Savory Brown Stew
Peas Potatoes Au Gratin
Cream Nut Pie.
Baked potatoes String beans
Asparagus tips with mayonnaise
Beef Balls with Spaghetti Pota
toes Corn Pudding Creamed Onions
Roast Mutton Jelly nnd
Potatoes Peas Mint Saurc
Cream of Celery Soup
Baked Fish with Tartare sauce
Creamed Potatoes Lima Beans
Apple, Celery, Nut Salad.
Cream of Tomato Soup
Roast Chicken, Corn Fritters
Cauliflower Creamed Potatoes
String Bean Salad
Ripe or stuffed olives
Swiss Steak. '
This is made on the round, which
is usually thought tough and uninvit
ing. One lb. round steak, 1 cup flour,
salt and pepper, can tomatoes, one
sliced onion, water. Pound the flour
into the steak till all used. Put
steak into skillet with 3 tablesp.
crisco and brown on both sides. Add
one cup water the can of tomatoes
and the sliced onion. Cover closely
and simmer for 3 hours. Just before
steak is done add salt and pepper to
taste. When done the gravy is al
ready made, and this is really an ex
3 cups any cooked flaked fish
1 cup fresh bread crumbs
2 cups cream sauce
2 tablesp. finely cut parsley or
Vi tsp. paprika
1. tsp. Worcestershire
' tablesp. crisco or butler
1 tablesp. grated onion
(Ir.'B'e eathen linking dish with
rrisco. sp'trkle with half the bread
crumbs: cover with flaked fish in
whinh is no tkin or bone; add rest of
crumbs. Cover with cream sauce to
wh eh lias 1, en added the onion, salt,
pepper, pf.piM a, half the parsely and
VorcecterFhiiv. Bake without cover
thirty mm., in moderate oven.
Garnish with the rest of parsley.
Any recipe not given above gladly
furnished on request.
Mrs. David Wadsworth.
Would Protect The
Goats Of Kahoolawe
A Honolulu newspaper prints the
James Crane, n rancher at Pukoo,
Molokal, has been notified by Federal
Food Administrator J. F. Thild to
show cause why a penalty of two
years in prison or a fine of $5000
should not be imposed upon him for
alleged wanton slaughter of goats on
the island of Kahoolawe.
The alleged slaughter of goats is
declared by Administrator Child to be
a violation of the regulations of the
national food administration. He has
written the following letter to Crane:
"It has been brought to my atten
tion that a party of Honolulu sports
men were invited by you to the island
of Kahoolawe and that they wantonly
destroyed goats and in many in
stances left them lie where they were
killed. Such action, is contrary to
the law of the food administration
and in this war time when food is as
necessary in the Islands as elsewhere,
this appears to be a destruction of
food and the penalty under the act
is a fine of $5000 or two years im
prisonment. "You will please show cause why
the penalty provided for by the act
should not be imposed. Some time
ago you assured me in writing that
the goats of Kahoolawe would not be
slaughtered except for food purposes,
and I am at a loss to understand why
you would permit this destruction
contrary to law.
"I request that you please furnish
mo with a list of all the names on
his expedition in order that we may
proceed against them for violation of
the law, in destroying food products
necessary to the safety and defense
of the nation.
No Rice Exports
The following self-explanatory bul
letin (No. 40). has been issued by the
"Notice is hereby given that it is
prohibited to export any rice from
the Hawaiian Islands without a per
mit from the Federal Food Adminis
tration until further notice.
"This older is made to protect the
residents of the Territory of Hawaii
in order that they may have suffici
ent rice for home consumption."
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Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahulul, on the first
Saturday night of eaeh month at 7:30
Visiting brethren are cordially In
vited to attend.
P. W. PEACOCK, It. W. M.
W. A. ROBBIN3, Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at
the Knights of Pythias Hall. Walld
ku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
All visiting members are cordially
Invited to attend.
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third Thursday of each month, nt 7:30
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Invited to attend.
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