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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, ATRll, 23, 1914
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$1.50, $2, $2.50 end up
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"The Store for Good Clothes"
We carry the
in two grades.
1st grade, boys' sizes, 2 1-2 to 5, at
2nd " " " 2 1-2 to 5, at
1st grade, men's sizes, 5 1-2 to 10, at
5 1-2 to 10, at
These are the best school or work shoe made.
Tan or Black.
Mcinerny Shoe Store Honolulu
SILVAS ELEELE STORE
Kauai's First REAL Emporium
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Most complete slock of Drvgoods and ("Jencral Merchandise on
I he Island. 1'iee delivery. No trouble to show goods.
1'or I'ancy Wines Ring up 7..
Main Store ELEELE, KAUAI
KEALIA A SUCCESS
A very large crowd attended the
picture show at Keal-'a, Riven for
tlie purpose of raising funds for
the K. A. C. baseball team. As an
ticipated in these cohnns the ware
house could not be used and the
shed outside the mill was screened
in for the purposes of the show.
This place having no floor, the
dance had to be cut out, in conse
quence o f which the admission
charge was reduced from 50 to 25
A free train brought a very large
number of people from Kapaa, and
the turnout from the neighborhood
was very satisfactory. ,
Willie Fernandez put on a very
fine picture program. The Kawai
hau orchestra supplied music be
tween numbers, and refreshments
of ice cream and cake were served
throughout the evening.
Chas. B. Gray and Allen Wilcox
were in charge of the program.
Knife Wielder Fined
A stabbing affair which jarred
the nerves of people around Kea
lia last week resolved itself into a
drunken altercation between two
Filipinos, during which a knife
was drawn and used, but ineffect
ually; the trouble occuring i n
Camp 19. The man accused of be
ing the knife wielder was arrested
and, pleading guilty to assault,
was fined SlO.
The civil actions brought by J.
I. Silva against a number of Mahi
koa's road laborers last week were
withdrawn fioni Judge Fuuiki's
court, and will probably be brought
later, with the county of Kauai
as garnishee. The defendants in
these cases were alleged to be ow
ing what was formerly Silva's Ka
lihiwai store. Objection was made
in court to tke statements ot in
debtedness, respectively, it being
claimed that they were not proper
ly itemized. It was on that point
that the cases were withdrawn, to
be submitted later in more com
plete form and probably with a
new garnishee the county.
During his stav over here last
week, Albert Horner traversed,
either by auto or afoot, the whole
country immediately bordering the
proposed site (the new proposed
site) of his company s cannery at
Kapaa. He carried with him
map specially prepared b y the
survey department, showing the
details of the country thereabouts
If you once use New Zealand
butter, sold at Silva's Flccle store,
voit will have it all the time. Advt.
with its purity and
For all the family often
"Surely I recommend
Primo to My Patients !
Not every beer can safely be given
to sick people, but the tonic quali
ties of PRhMO PALE, together
general all-around worth, causes me to
recommend it highly to many of my patients.
R. W. T. Purvis, of Lihue, has
supplied Thk Garden Island
with a clipping from the Daily
Mail (Loudon) in which a new
industry of no less importance
than making milk from soya beans
is suggested. The article, which
may prove of unusual interest in
the Islands, is, in part, as follows:
A discovery winch should prove of
great interest to housewives and mothers
luxs recently heen brought to perfection
in u London chemical laboratory. This is
n process of liiiinufaeturinj; synthetically
a pure ami wholesome milk i high nut
ritive value, possessing all the virtues of
the original article, none of its many
The discovery originated many years
ago as the result of the ingenuity of a
Chinaman who saw a possible substitute
for milk in the native drink prepared
from the soya licim. His cll'orts, bow
ever, met with only partial success, ow
ing to the fact that the fluid prepared by
him bad a n exceedingly penetrating
and to Western palates disagreeable
taute. It was left to a (iernian chemist to
lay the foundations of the present, synth
etic milk by suggesting aconiposite lluid,
made tip of all the ingredients of cow's
milk in correct proportion.
This, suggestion was widely discussed
about two years ago, hut the many ob
vious dilliculties standing in the way of
its realization caused the public to regard
it more as a dream than r possibility.
( )ne or two chemists, however, attracted
by the idea, continued to work at the
subject, with the result that synthctM
milk is now an accomplished fact.
Taste of tiik Xkw Mii.k
The fluid, as far as its appearance is
concerned, l s unite lmlistinguisiianie
from rich cow's milk. It is delightfully
smooth on the palate. On the other band,
thetastio seems to some persons slightly
rent from that of ordinary milk. It ii
said that even this slight "taste" can be
removed at w ill. A dairy man was recently
isked to express, his opinion of the new
milk, and two glasses, one containing
his own cow's milk ami the other the
artificial fluid, were placed before him.
He praised what he supposed was his
cow's milk and expressed u very modi lied
appreciation of the other. 11 is surprise on
learning of his error was naturally great.
lXTKOlHCTloX OF 15.UTEKIA.
The new milk has been built up from
a basis ot casein obtained lntu the soya
beau. Casein, of course, is largely the
basal constituent of cow's milk. The
licans are treated by a special proees:
whereby all oil and waste matter are re
moved and only the pure casein left. To
these basis are added in exact proportions
fatty acids, sugars, and salts, ami emul-
silication is carried out.
The dillieulty of producing a perfect
emulsion (milk is one of the most per
feet emulsions known) has been com
pjctely overcome, the new fluid satisfying
everv test in this direction, even to the
extent of refusing to "cream."
Milk, however, is something more than
a food substance; it is a living fluid con
taming a definite strain of bacteria which
assist in its digestion. In order that the
synthetic milk may approximate in all
respects to the real milk, bacteria of the
required strains, including the lactic acid
(sour milk) bacilli rendeivd fa us by
Metehnikoir a few years ago, are intro
duced to the fluid and permitted to act
upon it until it reaches exactly that state
of what may be termed maturity at
which fresh cow's milk is obtained.
That it is indeed a real milk is proved by
the fact that excellent cheese and "but
ler" can be made from it.
The advantages of the new milk are
obvious, lt is, of course, free from all
suspicion of being contaminated with
"milk-borne" diseases like tuberculosis,
scarlet fever, o r diptheria. I t can,
moreover, lie made up in any proportions
desired, that is, with more or less casein,
fat, sugar, or salts, ami thus can be sup
plied to children and invalids according
to medical prescription. Finally the new
milk can be produced more cheaply than
can ordinary milk, and should thus prove
a real boon to the poor.
The distinctive taste of the milk is due
to the use which is made of the soya
beans. It is almost impossible to describe
it, since like the taste of celery or cinna
mon it is peculiar to itself ami charac
teristic. A sample of the milk has Invn
submitted to a food expert who has
travelled extensively in the Far Fast,
with the request that he would, if pos
sible, name the ingredient imparting the
flavor to it. Without hesitation, and
with a smile at the pleasant memories re
called, be declared "Soya" mid added,
"The history of that Uan is like a
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
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Booms Lihue Store
A trade journal of Chicago, re
ceived here in a late mail, contains'
an excellent view of Lihue Store
and a short write-up of the LuiM
ing, presented in a decidedly com
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