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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1918.
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ELECTRIC TRENCH GUN
Meat Substitute Mock Chops
V4 rup mashed potato
tbsp. chopped onion
1 cup canned tomatoes
2 tbsp. milk
V6 tsp. parsloy
1 tbsp. butter
Hiclilv season potatoes, add onions
and parsley, then tomatoes, strained,
and seasoned. Salt, pepper, paprica,
butter, melted, and enough cracker
crumbs to handle as soft as possible.
Then add iinx. be:lcn separately.
Reserving yolks (one) to use with
milk to fry the mock chops in later.
The whites should be folded in care
fully at the last. Mix all ingredients
well, and set. in the- ice box to cool.
Then form Into shape of chops, roll
in cracker crumbs, dip in cgn yolk
and serve with tomato sauce.
Meat Substitute Rice Loaf
1 cup rice boiled
1 cup walmits (first put through
1 cup grated cheese
1V4 cup milk
2 eggs, well beaten
Pepper, salt, one tbsp. parsley.
Vi spoon mint, Vi spoon savery.
Mix all well together, put in butter
ed pan, with bread crumbs on top,
with bits of butter, and bake hour.
l'KKSHIXG REPORTS GOOD WORK
Washington, May 30 Pershing announces the consolidation of
cr-ptured jxisitions at Campigny. New attacks were repulsed and we
;.ic holding village. Three enemy raids on Lorraine sector were re
pulsed with Loth sides in gas masks. The machine guns lire was exceptional-
strong. The first Ilun rush was broken. The Germans
r Hacked 2 kilometers southwest of Premnil, hut only 14 reached the
American trenches. Hand to hand fighting, with Americans using
knives and bayonets. The Germans had orders to iret nrisoncrs at all
costs hut got none. The fourteen attackers were wiju-d out with ten
killed and four taken prisoners.
DEFECTIVE DRAFT MEN TO HE USED
Crowder announce that 20().(KX) drafters rejected for minor defects
will he used. I Ic has issued call for 9,(XX) to work in spruce production.
I hey will he allowed to volunteer till June (th after which they will
he drafted if required.
The government war expenses may include loans to the Allies of
FRENCH REPULSE ATTACKS
Hritish Army Headquarters. May 30 Raid in neighborhood
lieauniont and llammel. The French repulsed local attacks north of
Kcmmel but there was nothing further on the British front.
FRENCH A I '.AN DON SOISSONS
Paris, May 30 After several hours of desperate street fighting
the French evacuated Soissons which the Huns occupied through one
sided lighting which is yet undecisive. The reserve role has not yet
b( en played and troops are still in the outskirts of Soisson. The
F ranco-Hritish troops maintain their lines at Rouillet, Savigny and
GERMANS CLAIM VICTORIES
r.erlin, May 30 Twenty-live thousand prisoners have been taken.
The crown prince victoriously continued the attack and defeated the
I'.ritish and French reserves and captured Perny, Stormy Ridge and
the heights northeast of Soisson. He also took Conde Plateau, captur
in Vercngy and Missy on the south bank of the Vesle river. He cross
ed the Vesle capturing I'raine, Fisncs, Villicrs Franqueux and Courcy.
KAUAI SLACKERS TO RE DRAFTED
Honolulu, May 30 The draft appeal board denied Selvvyn Rob-
in son's right to appeal for defered classification leaving him in class 1.
They also voted to request the governor to foreward to Crowder the
affidavits filed in the case of Aylmer Robinson with the request that
his case be reopened. The affidavits say he is not essential to a neces
sary industry, and that his place is tillable with more capable men over
the draft age.
WILSON URGES THRIFT STAMP BUYING
Washington, May 30 Wilson appeals to the people to invest in
war savings and thrift stamps and other government securities. Asks
them to buy only necessities.
WORKERS TO GET RECOGNITION
The shipping board announces that it will give flags to ship yards
and medals to the workmen who distinguish themselves. This is the
first government recognition of workers behind the lines.
BRITISH PUBLIC IS CONFIDENT
London, May 30 People are calm, serious and confident. The
British flyers dropped 25 tons of bombs on enemy billets and ammuni
tion dumps. Seventeen Hun machines were downed and five British
Berlin, May 30 Night dispatch states that near Soissons and be
tween Soissons and Rheims we progressed further.
ALLIES GIVE BUT DO NOT BREAK
French Army Headquarters, May 30 The Germans are using an enor
mous number of machine guns and a large fleet of tanks. Both flanks
were forced to yield bvvavss .qI .Gepuanste'ImKAru i
' Y.Vt'.sh and Frenclvln region of Pontavert and Berry-au-Bac, who fell English girl who is placed
t i ' - .fle.' .1.- . t 11. . uation of having tor decid
uacK in penect orucr across me river. iney presseu uuck in tenter
and forced the readjustment of Soissons.
SPAIN HAS THE GRIPPE
Madrid, May 30 Twelve-thousand grippe victims. The King's
condition is not serious.
GERMANS DRIVE WEDGE IN 15 MILES
New York, May 30 Apparently Rheims is doomed. The French
hold junction of the Paris-Campagne railroad on the eastern outskirts
of Soissons. The Germans are fighting southeast of Soissons and ad
vanced their wedge for 12 miles which is now driven 15 miles dee)
r,tar Vauxaillon. It is not yet officially rejx)rted that Foch is using
K LIBERTY CATERING M
BY MAUI WOMEN
A Department Of Domestic Economy Intended To Serve A Patriotic
Purpose In Conserving Food Needed By The Allied Armies In Europe
Meat Substitute Nut Loaf
34 cup ground nuts
cup bread crumbs
i can tomatoes
1 egrr well beaten
1 onion ground
Savery and mint, salt, pepper
1 tbsp. cut parsley.
Mix well, bake in lnittered dish for
In the vernacular of the trenches
a machine gun is a "coffee mill."
And ii' w 1 1 1 ' i tomes into the lime
light a weapon illustrated in the
May Popular Mechanics Magazines,
that looks like a toffee mill, and oper
ates like a cream separator. More
over it is Ccsigncd to slaughter Hu.u
shore rapidly and economically than
existing instruments. It is a centrif
ugal gun that hurls as many rs 3000
stee' balls a minute without employ
ing explosives of any kind. The con
lir.i.nce. in the mind of its inventor.
Is adapted to replace machine guns
in the first-line trenches. The mech
anism is perferably driven by an
electric motor incorporated in the
body of the device, but other means
may be employed. The weapon has
no barrel or sights, and in no physi
cal respect whatever resembles a
rifle. The missiles are fed from a
hopper to a disk that revolves at
' lerrilie speed. They are burled with
j sufficient force to pierce -'Vincli boiler
plate at 100 yards, it is claimed. W ith
Rice And Tomato Soup the firing speed five times greater
Itoil 1 cup of rice in 2 quarts of than that of the fastest machine gun,
water, heat the contents of 1 can of the inventor believes the weapon
tomatoes with a bay leaf, two slices ' capable of great effectiveness.
of onion, and after 15 minutes cook- -tt-
ing press through a sieve and put in
a double boiler, and to this add 1 j Rather Damp Job
pint of water in which the rice has I While in London on a holiday, a
been boiled. When hot nut in 1 tsp. ' visitor went to have a look at the
Maui Red Bean Soup
Wash two cups Maul Red Deans,
and soak in two quarts of water, for
twelve hours or more, then put them
to simmer gently over a slow Are for
two hours. Put 1 tbsp. butter in a
frying pan, and when melted, add to
it two large onions, sliced, 2 carrots,
and 1 turnip diced, and fry to a del
icate brown, add these to the lentils
and cook slowly for an hour. Press
through a sieve, return to the fire
idd 2 cups of milk and just before
serving, 1 tbsp. of whipped cream,
md season with salt and pepper.
LODGE MAUI, NO. IS4, A. F. A A. M.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahulul, on th flrpt
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
Visiting; brethren are cordially In
Tlted to attend.
I'. W. PEACOCK. R W. M.
JAMES CI'MMlNCi, Secretary.
LODGE NO. 3
Regular meetings will be held at
ths Knights of Pytblas Hall Walla
ku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
All visiting members are cordially
Invited to attend
H. S. PERRY. C. C.
J. C. ItLAIR, K. R. & S.
butter, pepper, salt, and a dash of
celery salt, and 2 tbsps. of the cook
ed rice, and servo. The boiled rice
may ! utilised for the rame meal, or
Coil l or 7 medium beets until
tender .then remove them from the
nee pan and place them in cold
water; rub the skins off carefully
and cut them in one half cubes. Make
a sauce of 2 tbsp. of butter creamed,
with 2 tbsp. rice flour, and one half
cup of the water in which the beets
were cooked, 2 tbsp. of cream, 2 tbsp.
of vinegar, 2 tsp. sugar one half tsp.
salt and a bit of pepper. Pour the
sauce over the beets and serve very
The Golden Rule Cook Book.
Submitted by Mrs. Sawyer,
AT THE THEATERS
Honolulu, May 29 Senate today tabled house resolution to provide
a homestead investigation commission. Speaker roast house for tabl
ing land bill. Castle calls representatives "Bolsheviki" and their reso
Senate moves to reconsider enabling act providing special tax for
Hawaii in event of road bonds not selling. Will probably hold this
as a club over house.
Hill to purchase queen's home defeated in house. Was indefinite
ly postponed by vote of 19 to 4. Attorney for Kuhio says compromise
settlement with Liliuokalani estate, is now up in the air.
KAUAI SLACKER CASE UP AGAIN
Draft board moves to reopen Aylmer Robinson case. Investiga
tion is said to show his managerial duties on Niihau consist in trip to
island once in 3 weeks.
PINKIIAM WILE BLOCK CHIROPRACTIC
Pinkham notifies of his intention of velc'ng chiropractic bill.
BITTER FIGHTING IN PROGRESS
Paris, May 29 French fall back to eastern outskirts of Soissons
where battle continues bitterly. French and British have fallen back
o heights southeast of fort Thieiry where they are holding positions
between Vesle river and Aisne canal. Civil population has evacuated
Soissons where German bombardment is particularly heavy. On Mon
dav 1200 shells reached city.
LONG RANGER AGAIN AT WORK
Long range gun has resumed bombardment of Paris. Examina
tions of shells show new gun to be 9 inch caliber. Explosions not
AMERICAN TROOPS SHOW GOOD METAL
Paris, Maf 29 Americans west of Montididier repulsed two Ger
man counter attacks against Cantigny. Americans fought like veterans
when ofheers sprang forward shouting come on, boys! Officers
agree that the outstanding feature was the wonderful morale, of the
ran. Absolute confidence maintained and joked while digging in,
while German machine gun bullets rained about them like hail. Troops
crossed no-man's land joking "We'll be eating Bodies for breakfast."
They penetrated the German line for a mile. 12 French tanks
supporting with artillery for houh preceding attack. Americans moved
in jerfcct order, tanks leading. American artillery did perfect work,
supporting with artillery for hour preceding attack. Americans moved
f ierce hand-to-hand grenade fighting. Grenades flew back and forth
like base balls. One captured tunnel yielded 100 Germans.
ITALIANS WIN NOTABLE VICTORY
Italian Headquarters, May 29 Italians captured basin of Presena
Lake afler -10 hours of fierce fighting. Desperate bayonet drive over
whelms well intrenched Atistrians. Italians advanced over steep as
sents, down precipices, and across glaciers.
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i'linni". There was a steam-shovel
at. work out. in the river an 1 he v.-:'!
standing watching it. Suddenly he
felt a tap on his shoulder and turned
rnun-1 to fin 1 a son of Erin standing
"Say," said he, "isn't London a won
derful place? Iiy gorry, now just
look at that thing goin' down there:
now, look at it. isnt lhat wonderful?
Hut say, old man. I wouldn't want to
be the cove at the botu.m filling that
thing up, would ye?" Topeka State
Nobody Loves A Censor
"Who censors the censor's love
letters?" "The censor has no love-letters."
Kansas City Star.
"The Judgment House"
Sir Gilbert Parker's first work to
be produced under the direction of J.
Stuart Elackton, "The Judgment
House" will be seen at the Wailuku
theater on Saturday of this week.
Wilfred Lucas, Conway Tearle, Paul
Doucet and Violet Heming are seen
in the principal roles. "The Judg
ment House" is an adaptation from
one of the famous English play
wright's works. It is a Paramount
production under the personal direc
tion of Commodore Iilacklon. Violet
Heming, known to the millions for
her excellent work on the speaking
stage, presents the prinpjMeniinine
in the sit
uation of having to- decide between
two men, which one shall best serve
her as a husband. One is of a strong,
virile nature, the other a polished,
highly educated gentleman. She asks
a year in which to decide ana ciiooses
the strong virile character. Rudyard
Byng (Wilfred Lucas), the man who
is her choice, is a large diamond
mine owner in South Africa. Ian Staf
ford (Conway Tearle), the other suit
or, who is rejected, goes to South Af
rica to forget. Hero all three meei
under circumstances which reveal
their true characters. The events
which lead up to the revelation in
"The Judgment House," and the hu
man interest that permeates the en
tire story as told on the screen, are
exxamples of Intensely entertaining
"The Silent Man"
Wm. S. Hart is acknowledged to be
the greatest delineator of western
characters on stage or screen. As
"Silent Hudd" Marr he interprets a
role teeming with tense dramatic in
terest and sensational achievement.
While prospecting he makes a rich
"strike", and his claim is taken, from
him by unscrupulous scoundrels
through unique methods. To add tt. i
his misfortunes, the girl he loves is
about to mr-.rry the leader of tUe dis
honest gang, who run3 the local dance
hall and saloon. Marr discovers that
this man already had a wife, and he
decides to save the girl from her im
pending fate, and to recover hin prop
erty. Single-handed, Marr finds that he
has undertaken a tremendous task.
and thrilling incidents ar: shown as
the desperate man uses all means to
accomplish his purposes. Situations
arise in which his life is saved only
through feats of physical strength,
amazing horsemanship and accurate
shooting. He is saved from the hang
man's noose in a sensational manner,
and in the end regains his mine and
wins the love of the girl.
"The Silent Man" is the most ab
sorbing, spectacular and thrilling
vehicle Hart has ever appeared in,
and the reckless and death defying
feats he performs eclipse anything he
has previously done.
"The Silent Man" will be shown at
Maui theaters the coming week.
W,jHi,qm .FajJV.! m, -. . .
"American Methods", a a special su
per de luxe William Fox photodrama
in which William Farnum plays the
stellar role, will be shown at the Wai
luku theater, Monday.
William Karnum as William Arm
strong is an American of French des
cent, and is a successful businessman.
He is left an cr.tato consisting of an
iron mine in France, and with his
sister sets sail for the French village
and takes charge of the business. In
the French town live a marquise her
daughter and son. Armstrong falls in
love with the beautiful daughter of
the marquise, but she tells him she
is betrothed to her cousin. Later thc
cousin, learning that the girl has lost
her fortune, jilts her and marries an
other. She then accepts Armstrong,
but confesses that she docs not love
Shortly after his marriage the
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ANCIENT ORDER FORESTERS
Regular meetings will be held at
Mouse Hall, Kabului, on the first and
third Thursday .f each month, at 7:30
All visit iiiR iif ,bers are cordially
invited to atlt nd.
CARL F. N. ROSK.
Hawaiian Views and Post Card
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cousin finds that he is still in love
with Armstrong's wife. He inveigles
her into a compromising position and
is soundly thrashed for his conduct by
the American. Stung by the beating
the young Frenchman attempts to
shoot Armstrong and in the struggle
he is fatally wounded. Advt.
Bacchus Also Ran
"I am afraid that your son is a
follower of llacchus," said the preach
er who was calling on old (lotrox.
"A follower!" exclaimed old Clot
rox. "Why, he taught up with that
guy Bacchus and passed him yea's:
ago!" Milwaukee Sentinel.
ATTRACTIONS FOR THIS WEEK AT THE
In War TimeQpj qqq
the hest remembrance for the A A
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, will
take your order.
K. MACHlDADpu Slo-pc
Ths Bsst In Town
And a Up-To-Dat Soda Fountain
Glv Us a Trial
MARKET STREET, : WAILUKU.
Amateurs Here's your
chance to learn how to make
of 166 booklets covers so
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larger space to enumerate
them. Kach booklet is con
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1059 Fort St. Honolulu.
FOR CAKE MAKING
Saturday, June 1st.
P A R A M O l' N T P R O ( I R A M
WILFRED LUCAS in
"THE JUDGEMENT HOUSE"
"There Is Many A Fool", Fox Comedy
And, "Who Is Number One?"
Sunday, June 2nd.
Pathe Gold Rooster Program
Monday, June 3rd.
WILLIAM FOX PROGRAM
Tuesday, June 4ih.
MABEL TALIFERRO in
"GOD'S HALF ACRE"
Wednesday, June 5th.
WILLIAM S. HART in
"THE SILENT MAN"
Also, "Vengeance And The Woman"
And, "Pathe News"
I Thursday, June (Jt h.
J RUTH ROLAND in -
l "A MATRIMONIAL MARTYR"
PEARL WHITE in
"THE FATAL RING"
And, "Pathe News"
Friil -y, June Tth.
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