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LODGE MAUI, NO. IS4, A. F. A A. M.
K LIBERTY CATERING K
AT THE THEATERS
THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 28. 1918.
A Department Of Domestic Economy Intended To Serve A Patriotic
Purpose In Conserving Food Needed By The Allied Armies In Europe
WHICH ARE YOU?
"I would save more wheat" she ad
mitted frankly, "if my neighbors
would. But when t Bee all of them
still using 50 per cent of wheat In
their cooking I lose all of my en
thusiasm for cutting my wheat ration
to zero or even of reducing it to the
official ration of one and one half
pounds peT week for each person in
my faimly. 'What's the use I say
to myself, 'My neighbors would waste
more than I could possibly save even
if I went wheatless!"
It a true, it is much easier to follow
the example of someone else then set
an example yourself. nut suppose
our soldiers should say, "There is no
use for us to be brave or to continue
fighting because there are slackers in
the army", where would we stand in
the war today.?
The fact that others are making no
effort to put their households on a
wheatless basis or at least keep to
a l at ion of a pound and a half a week
for each individual should be an incen
tive to you to put your household on
an absolutely wheatless basis. There
are bound to be cowards and slackers
everywhere. We cannot exterminate
them. The only thing left for us to
do is to redouble our efforts to make
up for their delinquencies and also to
set them such a shining example of
patriotism that they will blush for
So if your neighbors are not doing
all you think they could in saving the
nation's wheat redouble your efforts.
With the following simple working
program, you can easily start the
wheatless campaign. i,n your own
home. Make cake of barley, corn
flour, or rice flour. Cake pies with
only one crust and have this of bar
ley or corn meal.
Thicken all gravies and soups with
corn starch, rice or barley or corn
Remember macaroni and spaghetti
are wheat products and do not serve
At breakfast make some wheatless
cereal take the place of any bread, or
Berve a wheatless hot bread ' of one
kind or another.
For luncheon or supper have these
, breads cold or toasted, or serve rice,
V.nuy or' potatoes Instead of bread.
Always at dinner, have potatoes In
place of bread. " "
USE MORE HOME-GROWN BEANS
2 cups beans.
1 teaspoonful molasses.
pound salt pork or bacon.
1 teaspoonful salt
Pinch of mustard.
Directions. Soak 2 cupfuls of beans
over night. In the morning drain,
add fresh water to cover (one-half
teaspoonful of soda may be added),
and put on fire. Watch the beans,
and as soon as they come to a boil
drain and pour cold water over them,
rinsing thoroughly. This gives them
the firmness which keeps them from
getting mushy, Lay a thin slice of
pork or bacon on the bottom of the
pan. Cut up a small onion fine, add
this to the beans, then pour all into
the pan or baking dish with the slice
of salt pork or bacon at the bottom.
Take a few more slices of salt pork
and press them down in the beans.
Add a little salt and a pinch of must
ard, and the molasses. Cover with
water and bake in a slow oven. As the
water boils out add more; be sure it
is always boiling, as cold water added
to them would retard the cooking.
They will be a beautiful brown when
cooked, moist and tender.
1 pint cold (cooked) beans.
1 egg, well 'beaten.
2 tablespoontils tomato catsup.
1 cup bread crumbs.
1 tablespoonful chopped onion.
Salt and pepper to taste.
Directions'. Combine ingredients,
shape into loaf, and bake 25 minutes.
Serve with strips of broiled bacon on
1 pound beans (cooked).
1 pound cottage cheese.
1 cup bread crumbs.
1 teaspoonful salt.
Direction. Mash beans, add cheese,
and enough bread crumbs to make a
mold. Bake in moderate oven one
half hour. Baste with fat occasion
ally. Serve with a tomato sauce.
Canned pimentos or chopped green
peppers, or chopped onion or celery
may be added for flavoring.
2 cups flour.
2 teaspoonfuls baking powder.
1 teaspoonful salt
2 well-beaten eggs.
1 cup boiled beau pulp.
V4 cup milk.
Va cup melted fat.
Directions. Combine ingredients as
given. Bake muffins in greased pan
20 or 25 minutes. This also is a good
border for a pot roast, served with
Beans And Rice
1 cup cooked beans.
2 cups tomato juice.
Vi bay leaf.
2 slices bacon fat.
Suit and pepper.
Directions. Saute the bacon and
onion, add tomatoes, seasoning, rice,
and benns. Cook over hot water for
about 40 minutes.
Puree Of Beans
1 quart beans.
A ham bone or M pound salt pork.
Celery, parsley, and onion.
Salt, 4 pepper corns, and cloves.
Directions. Wash the beans and
soak them overnight. In the morn
ing drain and put the beans into a
saucepan and cover with hot water.
Simmer as slowly as possible for
three to four hours. As the water
evaporates add more hot water. One
hour before the beans are done, add
a ham bone or half pound of salt
pork, a bunch of fresh herbs celery,
parsley, and onion salt, 4 pepper
corns, and 2 or 3 cloves if desired.
When done, pour the soup through
i sieve, remove the ham bone or pork
and seasoning and rub the beans
through the sieve; then add the pulp
to the stock, add croutons, serve.
1 cup beans.
1 small piece of bam.
1 quart boiling water.
1 or more cups boiling water.
1 or more cups milk.
Directions. Wash the beans and
soak overnight. Stew the ham for a
few moments in a little butter then
add the carrot and turnip letting this
simmer for 10 minutes; then add the
beans and cook until thoroughly done.
Take out the ham, mash the vegeta
bles and beans and run through a
sieve, add the milk and reheat This
may be served with croutons
Bean Croquettes );.; . v 0. --V. '
I 1 pint beans. .
1 onion. "
Stalk of celery, parsley, bay leaf.
Bread crumbs and egg.
Directions. Soak the well washed
beans overnight. In the morning put
on in same water with the onion, cel
ry, parsley, bay leaf, pepper, and
salt, and boil until beans are done.
Drain. Mash beans through puree
sieve, and let stand until cold. Form
into small balls, roll in fine crumbs,
beaten egg, and then in bread crumbs
again. Set away for an hour or more,
then fry in deep fat. Serve with
tomato sauce. Save water in which
the beans were cooked for soup.
Beans and Stewed Onions
1 pint beans.
6 or more onions.
3 or 4 dried red peppers.
Directions. Wash the beans and
soak overnight. Cook until partially
done; then add the onions, red pep
pers, and salt. Drain, and serve as
you would stewed onions.
SOME PRIZE RECIPES
2nd PRIZE MEAT SUBSTITUTES
OTHER THAN FISH MRS. DAVID
WADSWORTH, WAILUKU, MAUI.
2 cups cold mashed potatoes, 1 cup
chopped peanuts, 1 cup grated cheese,
1 cup soft bread crumbs, 1 cup milk,
1 beaten egg, salt and pepper to taste.
Pack into baking dish; cover with
crumbs; bake 3-4 hour and serve hot
with cream sauce.
3rd PRIZE MEAT SUBSTITUTES
OTHER THAN FISH MR. FRANK
LUFKIN, LAHAINA MAUI.
Maui Bean Loaf
2 cups bean pulp, (Maui red beans)
1 cup bread crumbs, 1 cup diced
cheese, 1 minced onion, 3 teaspoons
3rd PRIZE MRS. MARY FANTOM,
30 per cent oatmeal mush, mixed
and kneaded with barley and wheat
flour, sifted in equal quantities. Pro
ceed as for usual bread making.
Did you ever stop to think that next
to the kaiser's goat your soldier boy
would rather have a subscription to
his old home paper than anything
else in the world?
After the Races
at Kahului, July 4th
at the Polo Field, 3 P. M.
TWO PICKED MAUI TEAMS
BOYS vs. OLD STIFFS
Will play a six-period game
A collection will be made
The entire proceeds to be
donated to the Red Cross
"A Wedding In The Snow"
Do you like thrilling stories? Then
you will like Wallace Reid and Ann
Little in this corking story of moun
tain fueds and tense heart Interest.
"Nan of Music Mountain is a story
of hardy men and brave women, whose
lives are often distored by fierce
feuds. Their difficulties are settled
outside of courts with cold steel and
lead bullets. The rule that "Might
makes right" is their highest concep
tion of justice.
Young De Spain is ruled by two
passions; one to wed the beautiful
Nan Morgan, the only daughter of a
lawless mountaineer; the other to
revenge his father's untimely death.
it develops that Old Morgan was one
of the men who killed his father.
True to his belief in justice, De Spain
seeks revenge. Many thrilling scenes
follow. We finally see him rescued
from his opponents by Nan.
How the two forces are finally re
conciled and a happy climax is reach
ed and celebrated by a wedding In a
snow-storm are a few of the novel
developments of this gripping tale.
This picture, along with the episode
of the "Who Is No One" entitled "The
Round-Up" will be shown at the Wai
luku Orpheum, Saturday night, June
"Fate Has Many Surprises"
Famous sleuths claim that the clue
is always to be found. This was also
the theory of Heldon Foyle, wealthy
society detective. And when he learn
ed that Robert Grell, the famous ex
plorer, had been found murdered, he
started out to find the clue that he
knew existed somewhere.
He found it in the finger-prints on
the dagger and the finger-prints
were those of the girl he loved!
His heart told him that was not
could not be true. His knowledge
the unfailing records of years, told
him that it was true that handwrit
ing, the camera, even eye-witness
testimony, might lie, but finger-prints
And then he found alive Robert
Grell the man he believed he had
seen lying dead on his library floor
whose funeral he had attended.
But Fate had another unbelievable
surprise in store. Grell was for a
time suspected of having slain the
main thought by everyone to have
Weighted by a great love, willing
to sacrifice his own reputation to dls
th damaging ' eyidence that
pointed to -his prcisJsei itZ--Fo?'
labored on. And his adventures make
one of the most unusual dramas ever
This production and another excit
ing story of the Stlngareo series with
True Iioardman will be shown at the
Walluku Orpheum on Sunday night,
June 30th, and at the Kahului Theater
on Monday night, June 31st.
"Jewels Stolen From Church"
Geraldine Farrar has won fame
throughout the world as one of the
greatest actresses in the entire his
tory of the stage, and her conversion
to motion picture work was a great
triumph for film producers.
"The Devil Stone" is an extraordi
nary photoplay, founded on the big
theme of Superstition. Miss Farrar
Interprets the role of a Breton fisher
girl, Marcia Manot, who finds a price
less emerald. Her simple mind as
sociates the jewel with legends hand
ed down through generations, In
which the pagan queen, Grenelda,
stole the jewels from a Christian
church, and a curse follows possession
of the treasures until they are restor
ed to the rightful owner.
Macia soon begins to experience
trouble and sorrow, for she is courted
and married by a rich old miser who
covets the .emerald, and w'ho plans to
rid himself of his wife as soon as the
emerald is in his hands. The old man
loses his life in a sensational manner,
and Marcia is accused of the crime.
How Bhe extricates herself from
these difficulties, and the manner in
which she rids herself of the cursed
Jewel, present situations in which
Miss Farrar's acting excels anything
she has previously done on stage or
in motion pictures.
Miss Farrar is ably supported by a
notable cast, including Wallace Reld.
Tully Marshall, Hohart Bosworth, Lil
lian Leighton and George B. Carpen
ter. Cecil B. deMille, the world fa
mous producer, stages the photoplay
which presents scenes of unusual
beauty, including picturesque ocean
views of the fishing coast of Brittany.
This production and other attrac
tions will be shown at the Wailuku
Orpheum on Wednesday, July 3rd,
and at the Kahului Theater on Thurs
day, July 4th. Advt.
K. MACHIDADruS Storc
Ths sVsst In Town
And a Up-To-Dats Soda Founts!
Civs Us Trial
MARKET STREET, : WAILUKU.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului. on the Out
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
Visiting brethren ars cordially In
vited to attend.
F. W. PEACOCK. R W. M.
JAMES CUMMIXG, Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at
ths Knights of Pythias Hall. Wailu
ku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
AH visiting members are cordially
invited to attend
II. S. PERRY, C. C.
J. C. BLAIR, K. R. & S.
COURT VALLEY ISLAND NO. 8239
ANCIENT ORDER FORESTERS
Regular meetings will be held nt
Moose Hall, Kahului, on the first and
third Thursday of each month, nt 7:30
All visit inn Jifiibers are cordially
invited to atKnd.
CARL F. N. ROSE,
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