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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, APRIL ft, 1918
John R. Bergstrom
Rep. Honolulu Music Co.
Pianos and Player Finnos
on pmall monthly payments.
PIANOS FOR RUNT
TUNING AND REPAIRING
Phone Lihue Hotel
Tire and Tube
T. 0. BOX 28 : WAIMEA
REGAL SHOE 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. Kealia
Twenty-tJFO elegant rooms
In Main Building
Thret Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
Food Conservation Notes
A WHOLE DINNER IN ONE DISH.
Everybody Will Like the One-dlih
A dish hot and savory good for
work or play that la why the father
and the children will like it.
Easy to cook and serve that la one
reason why you will like It. Only one
dish to cook, few plates to wash, steps
Good, nourishing food you can feel
sure you are feeding your family right
If you give them this dinner. It con
tains all their bodies need to help
them work and grow strong.
This dinner helps you do your part
for your country. You can save wheat
and meat to ship abroad. Our soldiers
and the Allies need them more than
TRY THESE ONE-DISH DINNERS.
Rabbit, owl, or any meat may be
used intead of the fish, or tomatoes
instead of milk. Carrots may be
1 lbs. fish (fresh, salt, or canned).
9 tomatoes, peeled and cut in small
1 onion, sliced.
2 cups carrots cut in pieces.
V lb. salt pork.
3 cups milk.
3 tablespoons flour.
Cut pork in small pieces and fry
with chopped onion for five minutes.
Put pork, onions, carrots, and potatoes
in kettle, and cover with the boiling
water. Cook until vegetables are
tender. Mix three tablespoons of flour
with one-half cup of the cold milk and
stir in the liquid in the pot to thicken.
Add the rest of the milk and the fish
which has been removed from the
bone and cut in small pieces. Cook
until the fish is tender, about 10 min
utes. Serve hot. You can omit salt
pork and use a tablespoon of other fat.
Dried Peas with Rice
1 cups rice.
2 cups dried peas.
1 tablespoon salt.
Vi teaspoon pepper.
2 cups tomato (fresh or canned).
Soak peas over night in two quarts
of water. Cook until tender in water
in which they soaked. Add rice,
onions, tomato, and seasonings and
cook 20 minutes.
Potted Hominy and Beef.
Hominy is excellent to use as part
of a one-dish dinner, if you have a fire
in your stove bo that you can cook it
tor a long time, or use a fireless cook
er. Heat 1 quarts of water to boil
ing; add 1 teaspoon of salt and 2 cups
of hominy which has been soaked over
night. Cook in a double boiler for
four hours, or in a fireless cooker
overnight. This makes five cups. This
recipe may be increased and enough
cooked in different ways for several
meals. Hominy is excellent combined
with dried, canned, or fresh fish, or
meat and vegetable left-overs may be
used. ' Here is one combination.
5 cups coked hominy.
2 cups carrots
1 teaspoon salt.
M pound dried beef.
2 cups milk.
2 tablespoons fat.
2 tablespoons flour.
Melt the fat, stir in the flour, add
the cold milk, and mix well. Cook
until it thickens. Cut the potatoes
and carrots in dice, mix all the mater
ials in a baking dish, and bake for one
These dishes supply all five kinds
of food. Each is enough for tha whole
dinner for a family of five. Eat them
with bread and with fruit or jam for
dessert. Then you will have all the
five kinds of food your body needs.
These five kinds are shown on the
The Five Food Groups.
1. Vegetables or fruits.
2. Milk) or cheese, or eggs, or fish,
or meat, or beans.
We neatly pack and inuil
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
3. Cereal: Corn, rice, oats, rye, or
4. Sirup or sugar.
6. Fat: Such a drippings, oleomar
garine, oil. butter.
Choose something from each of
these five groups every day.
BUY A BOND
By J. M. Westgate
U. S. Experiment Station
The demand for Hawaiian-grown
field beans is increasing as their quan
tity becomes better known on the
mainland. Within the last month
heavy shipments of the locally grown
beans have been made to the main
land and these have been purchased
eagerly by eastern agencies.
The coming territorial fair offers
an excellent opportunity for visitors
to become acquainted with the best
types of locally-grown beans. It is
hoped that authentic yields can be
posted along with the entries in order
that this Important consideration can
be given due weight in determining
the variety to be selected for planting
in the field scale. The exhibits are
planned to show comprehensive col
lections from the different Islands of
the standard market varieties of
beans, and entries will also be ac
cepted of numerous less-well-known
varieties which bean enthusiasts may
wish to bring to the attention of the
In order to facilitate interest in
bean production on the part of the
school children, ribbons will be award
ed for the best half-pound samples
raised by any school child, any public
or by any private or endowed school.
The difficulties which the bean
growers face are usually those of
providing the proper fertilizers and
the control of the diseases and insects
to which the beans are subject. It is
planned to have brief printed infor
mation on giving consideration to
these problems which every practical
bean erower must meet and solve
before he can succeed in the produo
tion of this valuable food crop.
The following is the list of divis
ions which have been provided for, to
date in connection with the territor
ial fair :
Division A Best 5 lbs. Maui Red.
Division B Best 5 lbs. Calico.
Division C Best 5 lbs. Shelled Lima.
Division D Best 5 lbs. White Navy.
Division E Best 5 lbs. Martha Wash
ington (large white navy).
Division F Best collection of 3 or
more varieties of the above.
Division G Best collection of 6 or
more varieties not in general culti
vation and not in any of the above,
1 lb. each.
Division H Best collection of new
and standard varieties of beans, one
half pound each.
Division I Best one-half pound of
Kentucky Wonder beans or any other
variety raised and exhibited by any
Division J Best one-half pound of
Kentucky Wonder or any other
variety raied and exhibited by any
Division K Best one-half pound of
Kentucky Wonder or any other
variety raised and exhibited by any
private or endowed school.
Seperate divisions and awards will
be provided for any other commercial
varieties exhibited in 51b. lots by two
or more exhibitors. Upon special re
quest the committee will consider the
establishment of other divisions.
BUY A BOND-
A VICTROLA FOR THE MAHELONA
Miss Castro, manager of the Ma
helona Hospital at Kapaa is endeavor
ing to secure a Victrola for the use
of the hospital, where it will be
immensely appreciated by the inmates,
many of whom are children, and all of
whom are fond of music. They are
overjoyed at the prospect of having
one and themselves contributed $12
right off the bat.
Friends of. the institution will do a
very commendable act by contribut
ing to this worthy cause.
Specially designed for growing feet. Flexible
soles, Hat Heels formed to tho natural shape of the
Manufacturers1 Shoe Store
TIP TOP THEATRE
Tuesday, April 9
Dorothy Dalton in "The Dark Road"
A VIBRATING STORY OF PASSION AND INTRIGUE
The Final Chapter of "THE RAILROAD RAIDERS"
BURTON HOLMES TRAVEL PICTURES. BRAY'S CARTOONS
Thursday, April 11, - Tip Top
George M. Cohan
Outshining His Lnst Success, Presenting One of His Best and
A Typical American Story Full of Up-to-the-Minute "Pep"
A Comedy of Romance and Chewing (linn.
2m Chapter of
"WHO IS NUMBER ONE"
A Paramount Serial Picture Featuring Katharine Clifford
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Saturday, April 13 - Tip Top
THE KINO OF WHIRLWIND COMEDY
'InaItILItt!7 HronHu) liusthiK Cuttle Rustling Hair Raising Western
Stunts That Eclipse All Fanhanks' Past FlTorts. It is the
S E A S O N ' S B EST OFFERING.
10th and Uth Chapter of the marvelous serial of the great outdoors "THE FIGHTING TRAIL''
THRILLS! ACTION 1 PUNCH 1
PATIIE WEEKLY NEWS
"The Dark Road"" program will also he shown at
KOLOA, THUR. ARRIL 11; WAIMI5A, FRIDAY; MAKAVVELI. SATURDAY;
"Broadway Jones" Program will also be shown at
KAPAA, FRIDAY, APRIL 12; . KOLOA, SAT. WAIMEA, MON. MAKAWELI.
ELEELE, WED. KEKAIIA, THUR.
'The Man From Painted Post Program will also be shown at
KEALIA, FRI., APR. 12. KAPAA, MON., KEKAIIA, TUES., MAKAWELI. THUR.
KAUAI MAN FAILS IN
DRAFT APPEAL TO WILSON
Aylmer F. Robinson of Kauai, who
appealed his draft case to the presi
dent, claiming that he should be
placed in Class 4 because he is sole
managing head of a necessiiry agricul
tural enterprise, has been placed In
2 C. The president's decision modi
fies the decision of the district board,
which was for Class 1. The Kau;ii
draft board, which first looked over
Robinson's questionnaire, recom
mended that Robinson be given the
classification he desired, but the dis
trict board thought otherwise. Fi
nally the case was taken to the presi
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