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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, DEC. 25, 1917
I ntu appointed as
(leneral Agent for
The Home Insurance Co.
of Hawaii, Limited
Western States Life
An1 Bin now in position to in
sno policies for tin: following:
Fire, Life, Health, Accident,
Marine, Surity and
Registered Mail Insurance
L. B. Boreiko
(ienerul Agent for tlie Island of
Main odice at Lihue
Branch olliee nt Kilauea, Kanai.
Largo collection of Beautifully
illustrated volumes for children.
For Grownups: "Hawaii Past
A Present" ty W. H. Castle; es
iM'cially bound in real tapa cloth
by Dodd, Mead A Co.
New Fiction; standard sets; war
Kdison's Diamond DiscVliono.
graph. $i:S5 to S250.
All the new records.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Bid. op ntrevt. Honolulu
hy Westinghouso Electric Co.
1'IUCH, $:i.50 KACII
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
"The House of Housewares."
58-65 KING STREET, HONOLULU
JDS. F. MORGAN
on the Inter Island
The Inter Island gives notice
tlint henceforth Thursday will be a
meatless day, and Sunday a wheat-
ess day on its steamers. And
farthermore that the portions will
be smaller, that there may be no
The wheatless and meatless days
will not hit Kauai passengers as
the steamers run now; and the
average passenger will be easily
satisfied with a very small portion
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125 -KU MERCHANT ST.
P.O.Box No 594 Honolulu
CALIFORNIA FEED CO I
Hay, Chain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
International Stock. Poultry Food
and other specialties. And'ie. for
cooling Iron Hoofs. Pctalunia In
cubators ami Brooders.
Kino's Spkciau Chick Food
P.O. Box 452. Honolulu
Mr. Wm, Henry Rice of the
Ixioal Registration Board is in re
ceipt of sample copies of the ques
tionaire which must be filled out
by every registrant.
This is a formidable document of
fifteen pages, quarto size, with an
array of questions that we venture
to predict will outrun the patience
and the intelligence of the great
majority of the registrants
This is evidently expected, as
provision is made for legal advisory
boards to assist the registrants.
Iho registrant is required to
fill out and return the questionaire
within seven days subject to penalty
of fine or imprisonment for failure
so to do.
It is to be hoped that in the case
of a large proposition of registrants
on this Island, Hawanans, Orien
tals, etc. that the lequirements
may be interpreted leniently.
Our Savings and Our Army
"Our gallant men in the field
will do the fighting with true
American valor, but the responsi
bility rests upon vou and me and
every other citizen of the United
States who is not in active field
service to provide them with the
equipment and machines to enable
them to fight successfully.
Valot alone is not going to
destroy the Kaiser and military
despotism. We must have organ!
zation back of it. Every man in
this country must be a patriot.
"The value of the war-savings
plan consists not alone in the
amount of money which the peo
ple of the United States may lend
to their Government upon the cer
tificates which are sold, but also in
the lesson which will be taught,
in the habits of thrift that will be
inculcated as a result of it What
this will mean in conserving the
resources of America is inestima
ble. What this will mean in the
future economy of America is in
"Victory can only be won by
the valor of our soldiers, combined
with the intelligent use of our re
sources. Savings and economy
enlarge the available resources of
the country for war, and the in
dustry of the people is necessary
to put these resources in the form
which will enable our soldiers to
use them with victorious effect up
on the battle fronts." From
speech of Secretary McAdoo,
of Brown Case
The Supreme Court has handed I
J - J !! ! lL. 11 -f II
uuwn a uecisiun in me mtuiei ui
the now famous Brown case re
versing the decision of the Circuit
Court, and awarding victory to the
Department of Public Instruction
in every respect.
The court holds that the contract
of which much has been made, was
for the current year and termi
nated at the end of the year just
as any other contract does when it
The failure of the Department to
reappoint Mr. Brown for another
year, was not in a legal sense a
dismissal from the service it was
simply a decision that he should
not be re-employed."
If the Board should employ a
teacher for one year, it would be
absurd to say that it could not dis
pense with the services of such
teacher at the end of the year."
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINES
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Mo-
lokai Island, South Coast, Kauna-
kakai Range Front Light Hereto
lore reported extinguished was re
lighted Dec. 12, 1917.
C. &. O. S. Charts 4102, 4106,
4116. Light List. Pacific Coast,
1917. p. 154, No. 829. Buoy List
19th District, 1917, p. 13.
By order of the Commissioner of
A. H. Arlhdge,
Inspector. 19th Lighthouse Diit.
A Vicious Rumor
"Among the many absurd and
vicious rumors put into circulation
these davs, probably through pro
German influences, is one that the
United States proposes toconficate
monev on deposit in banks. The
absurdity of the statement is ob
vious on its face. These rumors
are wholly without foundation and
probably circulated for an evil pur
pose The Government has no
power to confiscate the money of
depositors in banks. From state
ment of Secretary McAdoo.
cup hot water
)4 cup molasses
cup skimmed milk
2 cups graham flour
1 cup entire wheat flour
5 teaspoons baking powder
14 teaspoons salt
cup chopped nnts
Sift all dry ingredients and mix in
order given. Turn in greased bread pan
and allow to stand 15 minutes. Bake iu
a moderate oven one hour.
This is excellent for children's lunches
and in place of cake.
2 cups Graham flour
1 cup white flour
M teaspoons Baking-powder
14 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon sugar
2 tablespoons crisco or other fat
Milk or milk and water to make soft
1 cup corn meal
1 cup white flour
2 tcasiMKins Royal Bukine Powder
I or 2 tablespoons sugar
1 cup milk (or milk and water)
1 eiiir. well beaten
2 tablespoons butter (or crisco or
other shortening melted and added
Bake in thin layers in moderate oven. ,
Mn. K. C. Hopper
11 cups brown sugar, cups molasses.
cups milk, 1 cup Kaleton's Bran,
2 enps Graham flour, cup seedless
raisins, 1 tablespoon crisco. 2 level tear
spoons baking-soda, 2 teaspoons salt.
Cream crisco and sugar, add molasses,
milk, salt, and soda, mix well together,
then add the Bran and Graham flour.
Sprinkle a little flour over the raisins and
add to the batter. Pour into a well
greased baking-pau, and bake about one
Mr.. W. H. Ric
4 cups middlings, c,,Pa Graham
flour, y cup white flour, 1 cup molasses,
2 teaspoons baking-powder, teaspoon
oda (in the molasses), teaspoons
salt (in the meal), 2 cups milk. Knead.
This makes two loaves. Currants may
be added and the batter may be stiffened
by addiiik a little more flour and used
Kauai Steam Laundry
I'll! ST CLASS
Washinc; and Ikoning
Kapaa : : P. 0. Kealia
For Frying--For Shortening
For Cake Making
There is no smoke nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the taste of grease. They now are tasty and crisp,
Thev are made more digestible, for Crisco is all vege
table, The same Crisco can !e used to fry fish, onions,
doughnuts, etc., merely by straining out the food
particles after each trying.
All schools and homes should
have a set of "Wonder World," the
famous children's books. K. C.
Hopper, ugent. Adv.
Crisco gives pastry a new nakiness and digestibility.
Crisco 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.
WED. DECEMBER 26, AT THE TIP TOP
THE LITTLE SOLDIER GIRL
AFTER THE STORY
"The Little Boy Scout"
A powerful military Drama of the Mexican Border New
York's Crack "Troop 100" of the Boy Scouts Plays Act
ive Parts in this Production.
SEVENTH CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN GIRL
"Hearst Pathe News Pictorial
Latest War News, Patriotic Pictures
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
"The Strange Wedding"
A POWERFUL HUMAN STORY OF EVERY-DAY LOVE A TRIUMPH FOR
ALSO SEVENTH EPISODE OF THE SCARLET RUNNER
(High CIn Serial Picture)
Hearst Pathe News Pictorial
Latest War News, Patriotic Pictures
"The Little Soldier Girl" program will also be shown at
Koloa, Thursday, Dec. 27; W aimea, FrL; Kekaha, Sat.; Kealia, Mon.
"The Strange Wedding" program will also be shown at
Kalaheo Homestead, Monday, Dec. 31.; Kapaa, Tues.; Eleele, Wed.;
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