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'THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1918.
A Department Of Domestic Economy
Purpose In Conserving Food Needed
WHAT ABOUT YOUR
What did you buy to balance the
other side of the scale when you
wont to market? Twelve pounds of
wheat flour on this Bide and on the
other 2 pounds of soy bean meal 2
pounds of buckwheat flour, 2 pounds
of rice flour, 4 pounds of eornineal
and 2 pounds of barley flour? Isn't
it fun to figure out what you can use
and how? Try some of these recipes
when you get "stuck" some day.
Soy Bean Molasses Cake
1V4 cups flour
l'a cups coy bean meal
V teaspoon soda
3 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
VA cups milk
Sift the dry ingredients. Add the
egg nnd molasses to the milk and add
to the ingredients. ISake in a loaf in
a moderate oven.
Vi cup molasses
1 well beaten egg
1 teaspoons melted fat
1 cup milk
1 cup buckwheat flour
1 cup white flour
Vz teaspoon salt
3 teaspoons baking powder.
Beat the molasses into the
add the melted fat. Add alternately
the milk and buckwheat flour. Then
add the white flour in which the salt
and baking powder have been sifted.
Bake in gem pans.
Cook cup rice In boiling water
(3 cups) and steam until rice has ab
sorbed all the water. Add V3 cup
hot milk, 1 teaspoon salt, and i cup
sugar. Cook until rice is soft. Turn
Into slightly oiled mold. When snap
ed, remove from mold to serving dish
and arrange over It halves of canned
peaches, pears, apples or these fruits
dried and cooked.
Cornmeal Parker House Rolls
2 cups flour
4 teaspoons baking powder
2 tablespoons sugar
Vi teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons fat
1 cup milk.
Sift together the dry ingredients.
Cut in the Tat. Beat e.;g well und
add to it the milk. Mix this mixture
with the dry ingredients. Uo!l one
half inch thick, spread with oleomar
garine nnd turn over to avike Parker
House rolls. Bake 15 minutes and
. 'i tupa barley meal
A. teaspoon salt
1 teaspoons baking powder
2 tablespoons fat
cup sour milk.
Sift together the dry ingredients
and work in the fat. Dissolve soda
in a little cold water and add to milk.
Combine all to form a soft dough.
Turn out on a well floured board,
knead slightly, roll to inch thick
ness. Cut in diamond shapes and
bake in a hot oven.
Do you remember the day you pick-
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
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1, All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will
at 6:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului
the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of
of charge on each whole ticket, and
baggage Is In charge of and on the
For excess baggage 25 cents per
For Ticket Fares and other Information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C. C
No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
Intended To Serve A Patriotic
By The Allied Armies In Europe
ed up the coffee pot and off fell the
top? The rod had slipped out of the
hinge. Without a moment's hesita
tion you slipped in a bit of wire,
bent it in position and secured the
top the rod was gone but you sub-
That is just what you are called on
to do in bread-making substitute
The object of the wheat campaign
is to cut consumption one half. Keep
your eye on the goal; let nothing
turn you aside. We are in a raco
with Germany. "Food will Win the
War" But whose food?
The American people have been
asked to save 100,000,000 bushels of
wheat by July as a military necessity.
ou are a military unti in the cam
paign nad three times a day you are
called on to do your share. If you
fail you imperil the safety of the
irniy on the other side. No reason,
no excuse matters; the only thing
that counts is saving the wheat the
cut must be made.
"But biscuits are the quickest to
make," objects one woman.
That s an excuse not a reason- if
you must have biscuit why not barley
biscuit, rice biscuit or corn flour bis
"I must keep light bread on hand,"
says another, "my oven is often not
hot enough for cornbread."
Another excuse mush, rice, pota
toes or hominy are excellent bread
substitutes and can be cooked on top
of the stove.
"But," and this is heard from many
a woman, "my grocer has no substi
Well, why not potatoes? Potato
bread is excellent and- potato biscuit
a treat. There are always potatoes
too mall to bake that can be turned
into bread. Small potatoes make
large leaves. Substitute brains and
the will to conquer for excuses, and
the wheat will be saved.
One woman who could buy no sub
stitute cereals at her store and had
no money to order elsewhere made
two weeks' supply of flour do for four.
She did the job; she cut flour con
sumption one half and that's the
How to save your share of that 100,
000,000 bushels of wheat is mostly a
matter of ingenuity. When you get
in a tight place use your head sub
stitute brains but above all do the
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
Each family that can grow a gar
den this year and doesn't will fall
short in the most urgent services de
manded of the Nation.
War gardens have pulled Germany
through two summers.
In the largest cities of Germany, as
much as 25 or 30 of the food con
sumption of the people during the
summer months is fresh vegetables.
One of the great values of the back
lot garden is that its products are
consumed where they are grown and
thus transportation is conserved.
Gardening is the extra war work
of these who do it, no added strain
is put upon the labor supply of the
Every thing grown in war gardens
is in addition to the normal food pro
duction, hence it releases pound for
pound that much more food for our
soldiers and our Allies.
War gardens also reduce living ex
penses. Get a Victory Garden under way.
leave Wailuku dally, except Sundays,
at 5:50 a. m., and connecting; with
personal baggage will be carried free
75 pounds on each half ticket, when
same train as the holder of the ticket.
100 pounds or part thereof will be
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AT THE THEATERS
"The Price Mark"
Dorothy Dalton, the beautiful, emo
tional screen star makes her initial
bow in Paramount Pictures in "The
Price Mark," a sensational love story
that runs from far-off Cairo to New
York's Latin Quarter. Her experi
ences in undergoing ' the transition
from an innocent country girl to a
sophisticated artist's model give Miss
Dalton the proper setting in which
to portray her wonderful ability in
depicting a heart's story under tem
Fielding Powell, artist, played by
William Conklin, greatly aided Miss
Dalton in her interpretation of Taula
Lee, the artist's model . "The New
York Review" characterized William
Conklin as being one of the most
villainous villains the screen had seen
in many a day.
The mystery of Egypt, the freedom
of New York's Art Colony, combined
with the personality of beautiful
Dorothy Dalton led the "New York
Telegraph" to assert: "Never once
does the story become inconsequent
tial, forced, or tiresome. Miss Dal
ton had so much intelligence, vitality
and poise that her work illuminates
the whole story."
"The Price Mark" has been charac
terized as the greatest success of
Miss Dalton's career. At the Wailu
ku Orpheum, Saturday.
Mary Anderson In "Sunlight's
Last Raid" A Stirring Western
A gripping drama of the West is
enacted in this late production from
the Vitagraph Studios. Mary Ander
son is the .featured player. In the
supporting cast are Alfred Whitman,
V. Howard, Fred Burns and A. Garcia.
Janet Warned is the part presented
by Miss Anderson. She is an Eastern
society girl traveling through the
West, and is kidnapped by outlaws
from the train. She is held a prison
er in the hills until rescued by Jack
Conway, a rancher and her father.
There is a strong resemblance be
tween the young rancher who rescued
her and the leader of the outlaw band.
Janet gets the two confused, and the
rancher is .turned over to the posse
at the point of a pistol. The confu
sion, however, is straightened out,
and Janet, although believing her
friend to be an outlaw, falls in love
with him and promises to marry. Her
father seeking revenge organizes a
vigilance committee to round up the
outlaw band and arouses the enmity
of the leader. He makes repeated at
tempts to capture Janet and finally
succeeds. The story of her escape
and the happy ending of her adven
tures in the West is told in this most
interesting drama of Western life.
"Sunlight's Last Raid" is the title of
this drama. The scenes of Western
life depicted are realistic in every de
tail, for they were taken in the moun
tains and plains of the Western coun
try. There is a stirring climax which
calls for the appearance of a troop
of Uncle Sam's cavalry.
At the Wailuku theater on Sunday
of this week, "Sunlight's Last Raid,"
a western drama, with Mary Ander
son in the featured role.
"A Tale of Two Cities"
Marvelous Replica of
Army of Workmen Used to
Build Historical Edifice
In the William Fox Super De Luxe
production of "A Tale of Two Cities,"
in which William Farnum plays the
dual role of Charles Darnay and Sid
ney Carton, director Frank Lloyd
erected a replica of the Castile dur
ing the time of the French revolution,
Its towering height made it plainly
visible from all over the country ad
jacent to the William Fox studios at
Before it was reproduced the City
of Paris during the same period. An
armyy of workmen erected a street
three hundred feet long, with the
twists and turns of the genuine Paris
and open courts here and there. From
thi sstreet, alleys and cul-de-sacs
branch off, and in each instance the
men had to build up these side open
ings as well. The entire Betting is
one of the most complete and mag
nificent things ever erected for a mo
tion picture. At the Wailuku Orp
By this time handsome Julian
Eltinge, the renowned feminine im
personator, strolling around the Para
mount studios with a fat cigar in his
mouth and wearing one of the latest
Parisian bathing suits or a filmy frock
with lace Irani, has become a familiar
But there is something startling,
somthing fascinating about watching
the way he fools people in his screen
adventures. And the way he so com
pletely fools the "villain" and eludes
pursuit, is a never-ending source of
In "Clever Mrs. Carfax" he plays
the part of a young college man who
falls desperately in love with Helen
Scott, an din order to be near her,
assumes the disguise of a woman,
taking the name Dorothy Carfax,
author of the "advice to the lovelorn
follows adventures in plenty. There
Is a mix-up on trunks which results
in some very thrilling and funny situ
ations, and there are two crooks, a
man and a woman, who are plotting
Hlene's downfall. Temple Trask, in
his disguise of "Dorothy Carfax," is
always there to prevent any trouble
to Helen, however, and at the last
moment we see him snatching off his
wig and gathering a very much sur
prised Helen in his arms. At the
Wailuku Orpheum next Wednesday.
"End of the Tour" Picture
Troubles of Stranded
A romance of the "one-nightstands'
is "The End of the Tour," the Mero
Columbla five-act feature photodrama
starring Lionel Barrymore, to be
Ehown at the Wailuku theater on
Tuesday. "Buddy" Bennett (Mr.
Barrymore) is the leading man of the
Chicago Ideals Theater Company, a
mrnstorming "Iroupe" which comes
o grief "on the road."
The play depicts graphically the
ife of traveling players who are not
overburdened with success. The com
pany is playing "Camille" throiif.li
he West, and the receipts dwindle
with each performance. "The End of
he Tour shows the interior of three
different small town theaters, in all
of which the company plays "Camille.
On the first night the players take in
$19.50, the next $9.60, and finally
nothing. Irate sheriffs pounce upon
the company to demand money fur
overdue board bills, nnd the enter
prising manager puts costumes on
hem a,nd makes actors of them for
the night to impress the audience
with the size of his troupe.
Small-town fire engine houses, rival
companies of which give amateur per
formances of "The Fireman's Bride"
nd other gems add to the fun. The
actors, stranded, teach the firemen
how lo act, and thus earn a few
square meals. Finally help comes
from an unexpected source. Some of
he interesting characters are "Skin
ny Smith, the fat property man or
the "troupe ; Lester Montague, the
villian; Lottie Lee, soubrette; Seth
Perkins, of J. K. Jessup Hose Co.;
Ien Springer, of Hose Co. No. 1, and
Percy Pennington, a "fresh" commer
cial traveler. Full advantage is taken
of the possibilities for humor in "The
End of the Tour."
GoHcluln Wholesale Produce
ISSUED BY THE TERRITORIAL
Week Ending, April 27, 1918.
8mall consumers cannot buy at these
Island bulter, lb 45 to .48
Eggs, select, doz 55
Eggs, No. 1. doz 53
Eggs, duck doz 55
Young roosters, lb 58 to .60
Hens, lb 45 to .50
Turkeys, lb 50
Ducks, Muse, lb 35
Ducks, Pekin, lb 35
Ducks, Haw. doz 9.75
Vegetables And Produce
Beans, string, green 06 to .07
Beans string wax 07 to .08
Beans Lima in pod 06
Beans, Maui red 8.50
Beans, Calico, cwt 10.00
Beans, small white, 12.00
Peas, dry Is. cwt 9.00
Beots, dozen bches 30
Carrots, dozen bchs 40
Corn, sweet 100 ears 3.00
Cabbage, cwt 2.50
Rice, Haw. seed cwt 11.00
Peanuts, lg. lb 05
Green peppers, bell 08 to .10
Green peppers chili 08
Potatoes, Is. 1 2.50 to 3.00
Potatoes, sweet red cwt 1.75
Taro, cwt 2.00
Taro, bunch, 15
Tomatoes 09 to .10
Green peas, lb 12 to .15
Cucumbers, doz 50 to .75
Pumpkins, lb 01 to .01
Bananas, Chinese, lb. green 01
Bananas, cooking, bch 1 25
Figs, 100 1.00
Grapes, Isabella, lb 14
Limes, 100 75 to .85
Pineapples, cwt 2.00
Papaias, lb 02 to .02 Vi
Strawberries 25 to .30
Cattle and sheeD are not bouarht at
lire weight. They are slaughtered
and paid for on a dressed weight
Hogs, up to 150 lb 20
Beef, lb 14 to .15
Veal, lb 15 to .15
Mutton, lb m to .19
Pork, lb 25 to .27
Hides, Wet Salted
Steer, No. 1. lb
Steer. No. 2. lb
Steer hair slip
Goat, white 20
. . .08
Corn, lg. yel. ton 100.00
Corn, cracked, ton 102.50
Bran ton 67.50
Barley, ton 87.50 to 88.00
Scratch food ton .... 98.00 to 100.00
Oats, ton 85.00 to 89.00
Hay, wheat 52.00
Hay alfalfa ;.. 47.00 to 48.00
Sure milk 62.50 to 85.00
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? M M) R U D CERYJD IHOLO jNO THE HOSg,
Prepare now against drought.
Arrange to use the
this summer. Used and recom
mended by growers on Oahu
and Maui. Cost of installation
is moderate. For truck and
flower gardens, lawns, or crops
of almost any kind. Write us
for further information.
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
Lumber & Building Material
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Second Circuit of the Territory of
Hawaii. At Chambers.
In the matter of the Eslale of Maxi
milian Eckart, Deceased.
Petition of Max Otto Eckart and Fritz
Ernest Eckart for Probate of Will.
It Is ordered that Thursday, the
23rd. day of May A. D., 1918 at 10
o'clock A. M., be and the same is
hereby appointed for hearing said
Petition, in the Court Room, of this
Court, at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii.
Wailuku, Maul, April 12, 1918.
BY THE COURT,
T. B. LINTON, Clerk.
(April 19, 2G; May 3, 10.)
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Maul Loan Fund Commission nnd
the Board of Supervisors of the Coun
ty of Maui, T. II. at Wailuku, T. II.,
up to 10 o'clock a. m., on Saturday,
May 11, 1918, for construction of a re
inforced concrete and gunile lining to
the Olinda Reservoir, Olinda, Maka
wao, Maui, T. II.
Plans and specifications and blank
forms for the proposal are on file in
the ollice of the Maui Loan Fund Com
mission, Wailuku, T. H., and in tho
ollice of the Superintendent of Public
Works, Capitol Building, Honolulu, T.
Tlie Maui Loan Fund Commission
and the Board of Supervisors of the
County of Maui reserve the right to
reject any nnd all bids.
MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION,
R. A. WADSWORTH,
(Apr. 26; May 3, 10.)
Sealed tenders will be received at
the ofllce of the Countv Clerk, County
of Maui, Wailuku, T. II., until 2:00 P.
M. Friday, May 10th., 1918 for furnish
ing and delivering 879 school desks,
fronts and rears.
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject any and all tenders.
Specifications and blank forms of
proposal are on file in the ollice of
the County Engineer, Wailuku, Maul,
By Order of the Board of Super
visors, For and Within the Coun
ty of Maui, T. II.
WM. F. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul.
(Apr. 26; May 3.) .
Sealed tenders will be received at
the office of the County Clerk, County
of Maui, T. II., until 2:00 P. M. Friday,
May 10th., 1918, for th3 construction
of one school room addition, Paia;
two room addition, Keahua; one
school room addition, Puukolii; one
school room addition, Kahului; four
room school, Kamenamena 111; lour
room school, Wailuku; one room
school, Kealahou; two bed-room,
teachers' cottage, Puunene; and two
bed-room cottage, Makawao, County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject any and all tend
ers. Plans and specifications and blank
proposals are on file in the office of
the County Engineer.
A deposit of $5.00 is required for
each set of plans and specifications.
By Order of the Board of Super
visors, For and Within the Coun
ty of Maui.
WM. F. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
(Apr. 26; May 3.)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In the Matter of the Estate of Ke
alio Kaleimanuhia, Deceased.
Notice To Creditors
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons havinir claims ncainst the Estate
of Keaho Kaleimanuhia, late of liana,
County of Maul, I. il., to preseni
same duly authenticated and with
proper vouchers, if such exist, to W.
F. Crockett, executor of said estate,
within six months from date of publi
cation of this notice, or payment
thereof will be forever barred.
Dated April 23, 1918, Wailuku Maul.
W. F. CROCKETT,
ENOS VINCENT and
W. F. CROCKETT, Jr.,
Attorneys for Executor.
(Apr. 26; May 3, 10, 17.)
K. MACMDAI)pua 8t:?
Th Btst In Town
And a Up-To-Date Soda Fountain
Give Us a Trial
MARKET STREET, : WAILUKU.
In War Time
the best remembrance for the
ones "over there" and the ones
"at home" Is your photo inside a
transparent handled pocket knife.
Fifty different . styles and sizes
of knives, razors, etc.
GEO. W. BAILEY, WAILUKU, wi
take your order.
LODGE MAUI, NO. 964, A. F. A A. M.
Stated meetings will bo held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
F. W. PEACOCK, R. W. M.
W. A. ROBBINS, Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at
the KnightB of Pythias Hall, Wailu
ku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
All visiting members are cordially
Invited to attend.
II. S. PERRY", C. C.
J. C. BLAIR, K. R. & S.
COURT VALLEY ISLAND NO. 9239
ANCIENT ORDER FORESTERS
Regular meetings will be held at
Moose Hall, Kahului, on the first and
third Thursday of each month, at 7:30
All visit'inn flieuibers are cordially
invited to attend.
CARL F. N. ROSE,
f r i
Hawaiian Views and Post Cards
Pictures worth taking
are worth preserving
Wo have just received a large
shipment of Photograph Al
bums, Including paper, cloth and
genuine leather bindings, in
permanently bound and loose
One of these albums filled
with views of Hawaii would
make an ideal gift.
Prices from 10tf up to $5.00.
Donclulu boto Supply
HONOLULU, T. II.
FOR CAKE MAKING
A twenty-five cent
Thrift Stamp will be
given with every $1.00
purchase of "Flower
Je Luce" flat ware.
Be thrifty and start a
saving account with
your Uncle Sam.
In the closing out of
the "Flower de Luce",
50 years guarantee,
Community Silver pat
tern, to make room for
creation, we will allow
you a discount of 25
payable in U. S.
Help yourself! Help
your country! We have
a complete stock of
SALE NOW ON.
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
"The House of Housewares"
53 65 King Street : HONOLULU