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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1918.
Pineapple Season Is
Very Late. This Year
The pineapple crop on Maui Is al
most n month behind time this year,
prolcbly on account cf a longer or
colder winter than usualy. Ordinarily
by this time the big pack is at Its
height and nil hands and tho cook
are rtrainnfj every nerve to get the
rapidly ripening fruit into can. and
eason. Hut up to the present time
the cannery is only operating one or
two days a. week. Within the next
two weeks, however, the rush Is ex
pected to begin.
High School Girls Will Help
Preparations are being made for
looking after 20 girls from the Maui
High-School, who have volunteered to
help this year as a patriotic measure.
Supt. Iiartcr stater? that a. neat cottage
is being put in shape where the girls
can live comfortably. These will
form, however, but about 10 percent
or the total number of women anJ
girls who will be needed during the
big rur.h. These will eonie from all
over the Makawao, Haiku, and even
the Kula district.
The pack this year Is expected to
rr.n close to 400,000 cases.
Is For Business Only
The flfith annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Kvangelieal Association, which
began on Tuesday in Honolulu, is
strictly a business affair this year,
and is being attended only by the
members from the different districts,
Instead or by huge gatherings from
all over the territory, as in the past.
This is in keeping with war-time
practices everywhere. The meeting
is devoted solely to business.
The members present from Maui
are Revs. J. K. Kahoopii, Yeo T. KuT,
T. Sugimoto, L. B. Kaumeheiwa, E. E.
Pleasant, M. Kahiapo, J. Fukuda, J.
P. Inaina, J. P. Kalohelani, George E.
Lake, J. S. Poepoe, S. K. Kaaia, T,
Sato, Rowland B. Dodge.
Molokai Revs. J. Kaalouahi, I. D.
BY ARMY MAY GO
TO FRANCE SOON
H. A. R. Austin, connected with the
hydrographic work on Maui for the
past several years, left on Wednesday
for Honolulu on telegraphic orders to
report by the first available steamer
to Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va., for ac
tive army duty. Mr. Austin has been
a 1st lieutenant in the engineers' re
serve for nearly a year, but has just
now been called to active duty. He
expects to be sent to France after a
short period of training in the engine
er's schools at Camp Lee.
An Unfair Advantage
A Pea body girl, writing to her
Canadian .sweetheart in France, in
quired in her. last letter: "What kind
of a man is the censor who reads all
my letters and your letters to me and
Figns his name 'Opened by the cen
sor'?" The censor added a foot-note
in Flier sweetheart's last letter, des
cribing himself, and now the girl
doesn't know whether she is in love
with tho censor or her old sweet
heart Peabody Gazette.
This Leaves Us Cold
If an ice wagon weighs 1,000 pounds
and the ice in the wagon weighs 2,000
pounds, what does the man on the
rear of the wagon weigh?
What is the difference between an
elephant and a microbe?
One carries a trunk, and the other
K. MACHIDAa store
The Bsst In Town
And a Up-To-Data Soda Fountain
Glva Ui a Trial
MARKET STREET, : WAILUKU.
Latest News By Wireless
(Continued from Taie Three.)
American minister at I chcran reports tliat Turkish invaders in
Persia sacked American hospital at Tahriz and seized I'.ritisli and Amer
ican consulates. If confirmed will he considered act of war and settle
question of whether America should declare war unon Turks IKwi.i
ial sacked was under protection of the Spanish consul who was rcpre-
' "Q"K Miii-nian interests, .painsli nag new over huililing.
r.KITISH RAID SUCCESSFULLY
London, June 19 1 he P.ntish successfully raided the C.erm.in lines
norm nt Albert.
ITALIAN'S MOKE THAN llni.DIW, owx
R( me, June 19 I'iave line holding despite fierce Austrian attacks.
Rattle r sunicf1 with intense fury Attempts lo cross river repn'scd.
Italians have taken total of U.(XX) prisoners, manv truns and several
hundred machine guns.
JULY 31st, IS NEW KKCISTKATinX DAY
asmugion, j tine Iv I resident designates lulv 51st. for
tration ot llawanans arriving at age 21
ince registration date last
clothing for military
Don! ile breasted and
etc.. arc talm. Sack
Austria's grave food situation coupled with apparent failure of
oltensivc in Italy is bringing pessinrslic comment in Vienna press.
Oilicial dispatch from Zurich ays "Situation will be still more serious
in icnna when sanguinary defeat on the Italian front becomes known."
Preliminary reports show that over quarter million added to class
1 draft list, through revision of deferred classification.
Tentative plans for fourth Liberty Loan of at least six billion at
lrr. Campaign will start early in October.
Captain W illiams of the navy testified Wilson Company of Chicago
furnished navy with hundreds of thousands of pounds of meat which
was rejected because unfit.
MEWS CLOTHIXC. TO HE KECUL ATE I)
Washington, June 19 (Official ). War department authorizes
announcement that 32nd Division Xational C.uard is now lighting in
War industries board to conserve wool am
use, prescribes men's shies for coming year,
long coats, also excess of pockets, wide collars,
coats limited to a few models.
London announces agreement uhcrcbv America and the llics will
Let 4(X),000 tons Swedish shipping.
LANK MAKES EI.OOUE.YT WAR SPEECH
Honolulu, June 19 Theresa Wilcox, .luring recess screamed that
attempts were being made to railroad her to jail bv Kuhio, who is now
serving his last term in congress. Witness testified that Omen's hand
was paralyzed and was unable to sign will on dale named b- Theresa.
Smiddy says flagrant violation of anti-alien rules on the water front
Lane addressed largest gathering of the Ad Club in most eloquent
sneech yet heard in Honolulu. America has fleet of mercha'-.l ships
greater than any nation at any time. Liberty motor announced an un
qualified success. Nation is rising lo the emergency in true American
way. Was honestly not prepared for the war. Now has a million men
in France completely equipped. Admitted mistakes had been made
but always ready to correct them. Xo use for simple sneering critics
but for constructive critics. Finds Hawaii as fully a.vake as any sec
tion of the United States.
AUSTRIAN'S UXAI5LE To ADVANCE
Xew York, June 19 Austrian pincers thus far unable to dose as
they did in the great offensive of last year. Franco-Rrilish and Italian
troops have stalled upper jaw in the Yenician Alps and Italians are
holding foe well in check along the Piave. Austrians have been unable
to advance in the Alps since their initial onslaught, while Allies have
regained territory. Fierce lighting everywhere.' Italian headquarters
reported troops successfully resisting and' counter attacking vigorously.
Austrians are fighting desperately to hold gains. Italian command
feels that first onrush is blocked but that the Austrians will renew ef
forts. Each day of fighting makes the situation more arduous.
PROPOSING TO SEND SAMMIES TO ITALY
Washington, June 19 Italian ambassador Elerc talked with Sec.
Paker but no statement was issued after the conference. It is under
stood they discussed recent proposal to send American troops to Italy
ALLIES WIN IN MINOR ENGAGEMENTS
New York, June 19 Improvement in some I'.ritisli positions in
J;,anders and some of the French positions in Fiance resulted from sudi
infantry operations as occurred They were generally of a local natin.v
and not ex'ensic. Spir ted i-ti':ery lire reported on several se.fn.
Intimated that assaults may be resumed. P.ritish raided successfu'ly
north of Lens and south of Ilullocs. Some Germans taken prisoner
is London official report. French report improved positions south of
Valsery taking 100 prisoners. Spirited artillery fire northwest of
.Montdidier. Berlin reported that enemy artillery has increased in
intensity in isolated sectors of Flanders and on Lys between Arras and
Albert. Attack southwest of Albert repulsed. Partial enemy advances
t.orth of the Aisne and northwest of Chateau Thierry repulsed. Violent
bombardment and Austrians attacking furiously against French lines,
but everywhere repulsed. Prisoners and important material captured
Heavy enemy losses. 600 dead in front of one French regiments.
Waukesha, Wis., June 19 Grace Ltisk found sane and sentenced
to 18 years.
Signal Corps Men Installing Telephone
Lines To Trenches Through An Old Culvert
iMiiiaifci aiiiffliiiiMiiii nfiiMTi niHiiirtiMin j
The J iiiU.iipH shows a Ueiu tiatlalion detachment of the signal eorp:-. instnlliny telephone lines to the
front li!ien :!' es by way of an old culvert. Notice tic camouflage.
K LIBERTY CATERING it!
BY MAUI WOMEN
A Department Of Domestic Economy Intended To Serve A Patriotic
Purpose In Conserving Food Needed By The Allied Armlet In Europe
MANY WAYS FOR USING
PEANUTS ONE OF THE
CHEAPEST AND BEST FOODS
Many new ways of using tho pea
nut, one of America's best and cheap
est foods, and valuable as a meat sub
stitute ,have been found by the Office
of Home Kcononiics of the V. S. De
partment of Agriculture. The follow
ing recipes have been originated and
tested by that office:
Creamed Peanuts on Toast
2 cups milk.
1 cup finely ground roasted peanuts.
1 teaspoon salt.
1 teaspoon cornstarch.
1 teaspoon onion Juice.
4 cup chopped stuffed olives.
fanned pimentos, chopped green
peppers cooked until tender.or cooked
celery are equally as good as stuffed
Scald milk in the double boiler, re
serving a tablespoon of cold milk to
mix with the cornstarch. Add with
onion juice and other seasonings to
he hot milk. Let come to a boil and
linish cooking over the double boiler.
Add the peanuts the last thing before
serving. Serve on toast.
Good for a luncheon dish.
Creamed Peanuts and Rice
1 cup rice (uncooked).
2 cups chopped peanuts.
M teaspoon paprika.
2 teaspoons salt.
3 tablespoons flour.
3 tablespoons fat.
3 cups milk (whole or skim).
Boil the rice and make a white
sauce by mixing the flour in the melt
ed fat and mixing with the milk. Stir
over fire until it thickens. Mix
rice, peanut3, and seasoning with the
sauce, place greased baking dish, and
bake tor 20 minutes.
1 cup finely ground peanuts.
1 cup dried Liberty-bread crumbs.
1 cups milk.
1V4 teaspoons salt.
Dash of paprika.
Grind the peanuts fine. Mix all
the ingredients except the white of
egg. Heat egg white very stiff and
fold in. Bake in a buttered baking
dish for 30 to 40 minutes in amoderato
1 cup chopped peanuts.
2 cups Liberty-bread crumbs.
2 tablespoons melted fat.
to cup milk.
Mix, using enough milk to make a
moist loaf. Put in buttered pan and
bake an hour in a moderate oven,
keeping covered the first half hour. I
Baste once or twico with melted fat.
Turn into a hot platter and sprinkle
with chopped peanuts.
1 cup mashed potatoes.
1 cup ground roasted peanuts.
1 egg, well beaten.
lVfc teaspoons salt.
lit teaspoon pepper.
Salt pork, bacjn, or other fat.
Mix the mashed potatoes and sea
sonings with the ground nuts. Add
'beaten egg. Form into little cakes
or sausages, roll in flour, meal, or
Liberty-bread crumbs, and place In
greased pan with a small piece of fat
or salt pork on each sausage. Bake
In a fairly hot oven until brown.
Parched Corn-meal Biscuits
Mi cup yellow corn meal.
1 teaspoon salt.
1 cup peanut butter.
1M cups water.
Ft the meal into a shallow pan, heat
in the oven until it is a delicate brown
stirring frequently. Mix the peanut
butter, water, and salt, and heat.
While this mixture is hot, stir in the
meal which also should be hot. Beat
thoroughly. The dough should be of
such consistency that it can be drop
ped from a spoon. Bake in small
cakes in an ungreased pan. This
makes 16 biscuits.
cup corn meal.
Hi cups rye flour.
1 cup finely ground peanuta.
1 teaspoon salt.
1'4 cups milk.
4 teaspoons baking pawder.
Add liquid to dry ingredients and
mix well. Bake in well-greased muf
(These use no sugar, no white flour,
and no shortening).
Ms cup corn sirup.
2 tablespoons strained honey.
1 square chocolate.
34 cup buckwheat flour.
Mi teaspoon baking powder.
1 cup chopped peanuts.
Vi teaspoon salt.
1 teaspoon vanilla.
Melt the chocolate and mix with
the corn sirup and honey. To this
add 1 teaspoon vanilla and the dry
infrediints flour, baking powder,
salt, and nuts. Mix well and drop by
the spoonful on well-creased pan.
Bake in a moderate oven.
Peanut Salad With Bananas
Slice bananas through the center,
spread out on lettuce leaves and
sprinkle liberally with chopped pea
nuts; serve with mayonnaise or plain
A soldier in camp longs to keep in
touch with things at home. He will
be grateful to you for a year's sub
scription to the MAUI NEWS $2.50.
LODGE MAUI, NO. 114, A. F. A A. M.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Just received a new stock sf
Mattresses, poultry netting,
paints and oils, furniture, etc.
Coffins and General Hardware.
"at tb theatres this week
BILLIK BURKK in "TIIIC LAND OF PROMISE"
"W lio Is Xo. One?", and Comedies.
COKR1XK CiKlFFITII in "I WILL REPAY"
Monday, a great liig special production
Til EDA 15 A RA
the srt'at actress in
"DARLING OF PARIS"
Don't miss this gr-at production, no advance in prices,
all reserved seats held.
MARGUERITE SXOW in
"11IS GREAT TRIUMPH"
Wednesday, Paramount Star Attraction
JACK P1CKFORI) in the great Mark Twain Classic
a Super-de-Luxe picture from the great story.
"Pathe News", and "Vengeance And The Woman"
A great show.
Saturday, Triangle, always a good picture
American That's All
COR kl NIC GRIFFITH in "I WILL REPAY"
Comedy and other attractions.
Tuesday, a hig special show
Til EDA KARA
the great actress in
"DARLING OF PARIS"
iVm't miss this great picture, one of the hest of her
productions; other attractions; come early.
Wednesday, JAPANESE PICTURES
" .uirsday. we ask you not to miss this great super
feature from the immortal cn of Mark Twain
with JACK PICKFORI) and a great supiiorting cast.
Other attractions ; nd no advance in prices, all regular
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic H.ill Koimini k.
- . - I vu IU 11 Bl
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
Vlsltlnr brethren ir rnrdiii i.
ited to attend.
r. w. n: rocK. it w. m
JAMES CTMMIXO, Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. I KNIGHT!
Regular meetings will be held at
the Knights of Pythias Hall. Wallu
ku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
All Tisltlng members are cordlallT
tnTited to attend.
II. S. PEItTtY, C. C
J. C. BLAIR, K. It. & S.
COURT VALLEY ISLAND NO. 9239
ANCIENT ORDER FORESTERS
Regular meetings will ho 1k.ih ot
Moose Hall. Kahului. on the flint nntl
third Thursday of each month, at 7:30
All visit ilia ji.bers nro rnrrlinllv
invited to at( nil.
CARL F. N. ROSE,
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