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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1918
John R. Bergstrom
Rep. Honolulu Music Co.
Pianos and Player Pianos
on small monthly payments.
PIANOS FOR RENT
TUNING AND REPAIRING
Phone Lihue Hotel
Tire and Tube
PA K ALA
P. O. BOX 28 : WAIMEA
How to Help Uncle Sam
Put your spare coins aside and
Make every possible excuse
for buying them. When buy
ing anything, ask for them in
REGAL SrJOE STORE
Fort & Hotel Streets
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST.
P. O.Box No. 594 Honolulu
Henry De Fries & Son
BUILDERS of HOUSES
Estimates cheerfully given.
P, O. Lihue.
Kauai Steam Laundry
Washing and Ironing
Kapaa : : P. 0. KeaEa
Twenty -t.vo elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
Wo neatly pack and mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Food Conservation Notes
CHOOSE YOUR FOOD WISELY.
. STUDY THESE FIVE GROUPS.
Every food you eat may be put Into
one of these fl evgroups. Each group
serves a special purpose In nourish
ing your body. You Bhould choose
some food from each group dally.
1.. Vegetable and Fruit.
2.. Milk, Eggs, Fish, Meat, Cheese,
Bean, Pea, Peanut.
3. Cereal Corn Meal, Oatmeal, Rice,
4. Sugar, 8lrups, Jelly, Honey, Etc.
5. Fats Butter, Margarine, Cotton
seed Oil, Olive Oil, Drippings,
You can exchange one food for an
other In the same group. For example,
oatmeal may be used Instead of
wheat, and eggs, or sometimes beans
Instead of meat; bat oatmeal cannot
be used Instead of milk. Use both
oatmeal and milk.
You need some food from each
group every day DON'T SKIP ANY.
Here are the Reason Why You Need
the Five Group.
Fruit and Vegetable furnish some
of the material from which the body
is made and keeps Us many parts
working smoothly. They help pre
vent constipation which gives you
headaches and makes you stupid. The
kinds you choose depend upon the
season, but remember that cheaper
ones are often as valuable as the more
Milk, eggs, fish, meat, peas, beans
These help build up the growing body
and renew used-up parts. That Is
their main business. Dried peas and
beans make good dishes to use in
place of meat part of the time, but
don't leave out the other foods en
tirely. Milk Is the most Important.
Buy at elast a pint a day for every
member of your family. No other
food can take its place for children.
Save on meat If you must, but don't
skimp on milk.
Cereals Bread and breakfast foods
These foods act as fuel to let you do
your work, much as the gasoline burn
ing in an automobile engine makes the
car go. This you can think of as their
chief business. And they are usually
your cheapest fuel. Besides, they give
your body some building material.
Don't think that wheat is the only
kind of cereal food. The Government
asks us to save wheat to send abroad
to our oldiers and the allies. Let the
North try the Southern corn bread
and the SSouth the oatmeal of the
North. Half the fun of cooking is in
trying new things. An oatmeal pud
ding is delicious.
Sugar and Syrups are fuel, too, and
they give flavor to other foods. They
are valuable food, but many people
eat more of them than they need.
Sweet fruits, of course, contain much
sugar and are better for the children
Fat is fuel Some is needed espec
ially by hard-working people. Re
member that expensive fats are no
better fuel than cheap ones. Use
drippings. Don't let your butcher
keep the trimmings from your meat.
They belong to you. Children need
some butter fat. Give it to them In
plenty of whole milk or in butter.
REMEMBER THE FIVE GROUPS.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
GARDEN ISLAND BUBHSHING CO.,
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Garden Island -Publishing
Co., Limited, held at the office of
Chas. A. Rice, Lihue, Hawaii, March
28th, 1918, the following officers were
elected to serve for the ensuing year:
Chas. A. Rice President
E. A. Knudsen Vice-President
C. H. Wilcox Treasurer
K. C. Hopper Secretary
who together with Miss Elsie H. Wil
cox, constitute the Board of Directors.
C. Maser .Auditor
BUY A BOND
W. S. Haxton, representing the Star
Bulletin, has been on Kauai for a
fortnight gathering in the sheckles.
He seems to be a live wire.
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The most modern and up-to-date Barber Shop on Kauai
Try our Electrical Manage
30 cents per treatment
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Island Industries at Big Fair
Honolulu, Aprlll New time-Raving
and labor saving devices used by dif
ferent plantations in the Islands will
be exhibited at the territoirlal fair,
June 10 to 15, and should provide fea
tures of unusual interest to plantation
men and agriculturists generally.
Exhibits of "infant industries" also
will attract attention. It is hoped
Olaa plantation will have a display of
Its new process of manufacturing
paper from bagasse or cane waste.
Maul Agricultural Company is now
making cement materials found on
Maul and also Is manufacturing alco
hol from waste molasses. The mana
ger has promised to install exhibits
of these at the fair.
An employee of the same corpora
tion recently manufactured a machine
which does the work of several crews
in grading railways, effecting tre
mendous saving of labor. It is used
by the Maui Agricultural and H. C. S.
companies, both paying the inventor
a royalty "Tor it. This also will be
shown at the fair.
Maui Agriculturay Company is us
ing a new furrowing plow, drawn by
tractor, that is said to be a marvel of
efficiency. H. B. Penhallow, manager
of Walluku Sugar Company, has in
vented a method of lining irrigation
ditches without checking the water
flow while the improvement is under
way. Both of these devices will be
shown at the fair.
Tip Top Theatre
Sunday afternoon, April 7
J. Yasui and His Assistant, of Hono
lulu, Professional Story Tellers, will
tell the noted Peach Fairy Btory, and
pupils of the Lihue and Huleia Japan
ese schools will do the acting.
Will be a prominent feature, and while
the Japanese language will be used,
any one can enjoy the play, and par
ticularly the singing.
As the net receipts will be given to
the Red Cross, all should endeavor to
attend. You will be helping a worthy
Admission 15 cents, 25 cents,
50 cents and $1.00.
Newest. Coolest Hotel in Hawaii
tort Street Honolulu
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received suoject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary. Savings
Deposits will be received .up to
2,500 in any one account.
Rent $2 and $3 a Year I
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THE GREATEST FEMALE IMPERSONATOR OF THE
The Counts Chamig
A Gale of Fun Surrounding a Society Satire and a Comedy
Plot to Raise Funds for a Red Cross Fund. Julian Eltinge is
One of the Liberty's Season Ileadliners.
BURTON HOLMES TRAVEL PICTURES.
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Tip Top Theatre, Saturday, April 6
Dorothy Dalton in "The Dark Road"
A VIBRATING STORY OF PASSION AND INTRIGUE
10th Chapter of the marvelous serial of the great outdoors "THE FIGHTING TRAIL"
THRILLS! ACTION ! PUNCH !
And Gripping Climaxes Which Leave You Breathless and Wondering.
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"The Counteas Charming" program will also be shown at
KOLOA. THUR. ARRIL4; WAIMEA, FRIDAY;
'The Sunset Trail" Program will also be shown at
KAPAA, FRIDAY' APRIL .5; KOLOA, SAT. WAIMEA, MON. MAKAWELI,
TUES. ELEELE, WED. KEKAHA, THUR.
'The Dark Road" Program will also be shown at
KEALIA, FRI., APR. 5. KAPAA, MON., KEKAHA. TUE3., MAKAWELI, THUR.
The Easter Services
As usual Easter Sunday was obser1
ved by the Lihue Union Church with
special services of a suitable charac
ter, largely musical.
Mrs. Ahana rendered "The Perfect
Prayer" with much grace and feeling,
and Miss Wickersheim, taking the
place of Mrs. Sheldon, sang, "Eye hath
not Seen," a very appealing theme
very enthusiastically renreded. Mrs.
Sheldon, though present, was still un
der the power of the grippe, and so
was unable to sing, much to the regret
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Wednesday, April 3
Thursday, April 4, - Tip Top
"The Sunset Trail"
A Fascinating, Trilling, Interesting Story of a Mountain Girl's
Struggle to Set Her Little Home Right.
loth Chapter of
"THE RAILROAD RAIDERS"
The most exciting Railroad Seiial Film featuring Helen Holmes
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LATEST WAR NEWS.
of many of her friends.
The brief address delivered by Mr.
Lydgate emphasized the futility of liv
ing in the clouds and neglecting the
prosaic duties of common righteous
ness in every day life.
The special annual collection taken
for the Hawaiian Board amounted to
more profuse than ever, and were very
tastefully and effectively ararnged.
The audience was a large one, the
usual attendance being materially aug
mented by a good maiy friend from
the Lutheran congregation, who were
Owing to the foresight of our
buyers we are able to offer you
a very complete stock to select
from. Our largo stock of Eng
lish and American makes of
Semi Porcelain gives you a
chance to suit your individual
In fine China we show Lenox,
Minton, Syracuse, Worcester,
Royal Daulton, Haviland, Theo
dor Haviland, Royal Copenhagen,
Canton China, and Satzuma in
the white for decorating.
We will appreciate a call from
you, if you cannot call, send us
your mail order. We send goods
on approval, we also send sam
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na-tir. King St.
Honolulu - - Hawaii
everything in the
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