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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOV. 2", 1917.
Adopted by the following base ball organizations foi the 1017 season:
Oalm League Kauai Amateur Athletic Association
Maui Athletic Association Honolulu Commercial League
Hilo Base Ball league Oahu Plantations' Base Ball League
Regimental Series, Schofield Barracks
THE REACH "CORK CENTER" BALL is used exclusively
by the American League and World's Champions
The Standard of the Base Boll World
REACH GOODS are for sale, at the principal stores
Adv on Kauai
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR THE
A. J. REACH CO.
Hadfield Myers Wedding
Mr. Harry F. Hadfield of Kila
uea, Kauai, was married last Wed
nesday Nov. 21, to Miss Lois Myers
of California by Canon Ault at the
St. Andrews Cathedral.
The bride is a nieee of Mr. J. R.
Myers of Kilauea, and Mr. and
Mrs. Myers were the onlv euests
, and witnesses of the auspicious
, event. The happy couple have gone
to Hawaii on a short honeymoon
1 whence they will return to Kilauea
early in December.
I 'Mr. Hadfield is a valued employe
of the Kilauea plantation where he
has. lx?en chief, chemist for some
Drive over to Eleele and see J. I.
Silva's display of Christmas goods.
Made of tough, though soft and pliable
tan calf leather, with genuine oak-tanned
sole leather soles and heels. A real
shoe all the way through.
Your mail order filled promptly we pay
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
Cream of carrot soup Fried croutons of
Fried Belgian Tlare
Fried Ihinauas Forcemeat bulls
Creamed Squash Buked Potatoes
Pumpkin Pie Papain Sherbet
Roast Turkey with Potato or Corn Meal
Roselleberry .Sauce Mango Chutney
Creamed Onions Mashed Squash
French Fried Potatoes
Pumpkin Pie Steamed Pudding with'
Cream of Tomato Soup
Roast Turkey with Potato Dressing
Celery Cranberry Sauce
Boiled Onions Steamed Squash
Cottage Cheese Salad with green peppers
Pumpkin Pie Carrot Pudding
The above menues have been approved
by the Women's Sub Committee of the
Territorial Food Commission.
Recipes Which May Not
Be Generally Known
Craam of Carrot Soup
(for four to six people)
Scrape 6 large carrots. Boil in salt water
ta cover till tender. Mash thro sieve or
jiotato slii-cr. Fry 1 finely choped onion
in chicken fat without browning. Add 5
tablespoons Hour, suit and Jiepjier ami a
dust of nutmeg. Pour on the water in
; which carrots were boiled. Stir till it
.thickens. Add the carrots and just lie-
fore serving, Iwiil 1 pint of new milk ami
J add. Serve with graham bread cut in
squares and fried.
2 hares, cleaned and cut in smnll joint".
Roll in flour and pcpiier and fry in 1st
quickly till brown all over. Place in
a pan with tight fitting cover and add
salt. Fry 2 onions finely chopiied and
sprinkle over. lA't the hare cook slowly
for an hour either in tireless or on slow
fire. Lift out carefully anil make gexvy
from the pan and pour over.
1 cup raw grated carrots
1 " " potatoes
t " seeded raisins
t " snitar
1 " flour (graham)
1 teaspoon soda mixed in flour
1 " salt
Butter size of egg
Steam two hours.
Ripe pineapple grated through a course
grater, sweetened and packed around
with chipcd ice for 3 hour" lief ore serv
ing. Serve in daintv glasses.
Wash liver from hares and remove all.
Put on in cold water anil boil 10 minutes
1 onion 1
4 " lemon rind;
1 cup graham flour
2 tabls fat
1 egg well-tcaten
4 teas baking powder
Mix together If not moist enough add a
little milk. Form into small balls and
boil in the stock pot of plain water 20
2 cups hot mashed potato
Turkey giblets cooked and chopped
2 cups graham biscuit crumbs
Salt and pepper
Mix together and stuff turkey.
Corn Meal Dressing
1 cup fat meat cut in culies
Yi cup corn meal cooked in 4 cups water
1 onion chopped fine
1 tabls parsley chopped fine
Salt and pepper and 1 cup green celery
chopcd fine s
Mix togettivr and stuff turkey.
Pies in these three menus are single
crust jifs. Crust to contain graham
For Frying' -For Shortening
For Cake Making
Chop fine with
There is no smoke nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the taste of grease. They now are tasty and crisp.
Thev are mar'e more digestible, for Crisco is all vee
table. The same Crisco can be used to fry fish, onions,
doughnuts, etc., merely by straining out the food
particles after each Irving.
Crisco gives pastrv a new flakiness and digestibility.
Cripco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Crisco gives richness at smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
Send a Christmas ALOHA
of choice Hawaiian Product!
Six full sized t'J oz. jars of those flavorsome Kelly's Hawaiian Preserves, a
yt lb. lwx of Dole's glace Pineapple Slices, and 2 lbs Old Kona IJQ fC
Cofl'ee. Securely packed lor express shipment. .ipO.vJU
express to any address. lv,.jKi, 2 lbs. Ai-k your express agent how
much to include to cover express charges.
HENRY MAY & CO. Ltd. Grocers Honolulu, H. T.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
REAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and BONDS
' and rents SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Fort and Merchant Sts.
Manufacturers' Agent .
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Office: Hawaiian Hotel
P.O. Box 524
NOW ON DISPLAY
DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY
The Most Complete Display in the History of our Store
Something to Suit the pocket book of everybody.
Mammoth assortment of TOYS Big new line of BOOKS
for both Children and Grownups Beautiful line of Japanese
Silk Goods, Framed Pictures, and other things too numerous