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THE GARDEN ISLAM), TUESJUY, MAY 7, m,KS.
Twenty two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
JAS. F. mORGAN
c Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125 131 MERCHANT ST.
P. O.Box No 594 Honolulu
U. S. Thrift
A twenty-five cent
Thrift Stamp will be
given wltk eaery $1.00
purchase of "Flower
de Luce" flat ware.
Be thrifty and start a
savings account with
your Uncle Sam.
In the closing out of
the "Flower de Luce,"
50 years guarantee,
Community Silver pat
tern, to make room for
creation, we will allow
you a discount of 25
per cent payable in U.
S. Thrift Stamps.
wmJ Help yourself! .Help
Community have a complete stock
Silver of everything.
SALE NOW. ON
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
"The House of Housewares"
53-65 King St.
Newest.Coolest Hotel in Hawaii
Fort Street. Honolulu
"We have not studied
cost nor economy as
we should, either as
organizers of indus
try, statesmen, or as
But there is yet time
to start to save and
that time is NOW.
Bishop & Company
J. P. Clapper, of the Kauai Garage
and local selling agent for the Mlohe
lln Tire Company says that nearly
every motorist has experienced the
exasperating task of locating small
punctures In Inner tubes. The follow
ing suggestions may serve to llphten
his trouble when he next meets with
such a mishap.
In the first place the tube should
be oamlned carefully to determine if
the puncture Is large enough to he
p.eeu. If not Immediately vlsiulo th
perforation may be very small, no lar
ger than a needle point and in tnis
cas j it Is much harder to loca'.e.
Inflate the tube slightly md hold it
near the ground. Very often if the
road is dry the puncture may be de
tected by the disturbance of the dust
made by the escaping air.
It this test cannot be made or it it
does not discover the puncture,' pre
sent each portion of the tube to the
cheek until the rush of escaping air
can be felt. These methods failing
to locate the puncture the only other
course is to immerse the tube in a
pan of water, section by section, and
watch closely for air bubbles. Where
these bubbles rise is the . point of
Sometimes even the water test wil'
give no indication of a leak yet when
the tube Is refitted and inflated, the
air pressure will again decrease slow
ly. It may then be considered pract
ically certain that the trouble starts
near the nut at the base of the valve,
assuming, of course, that all other
valve parts are in good condition;
otherwise, when the valve was im
mersed in water, bubbles would have
indicated the leak.
If no puncture is found in the tube,
and If the water test does not disclose
a leak, at the base of the valve, it
would be well to re-test the valve it
self. This can be done while the tire
is mounted on the wheel. Simply
turn the wheel until the valve is
pointing straight down and immerse
the valve in a glass of water by simp
ly raising the glass until the valve is
submerged. If bubbles rise to the
surface of the water, the rubber sec
urity disk at the bottom of the valve
cap should be examned and if this
is damaged a new one should be fit
ted. If one of these rubber disks can
not be procured easily, a small leather
washer or one made of cloth smeared
with cement may be used,.
A band of 80 to 100 pieces, selected
from the military bands of the several
Army posts on Oahu, and from the
Royal Hawaiian and regimental band
of the First Infantry, National Guard,
will present a big musical concert at
the Fair on Wednesday evening, June
12th. This magnificant musical fea
ture has been definately incorporated
in the program by the Army and Navy
Two special prizes, in the form
either of cups or cash, are to be
awarded the growers who display the
best general exhibits of fruits and
vegetables at the Territorial Fair
This is the announcement by Ken C
Bryan and C. H. Durfee, who have
charge of the vegetable and fruit sec
tions in the agricultural show.
Growers of West Hawaii will be at
the Territorial Fair in June with cred
itable displays of livestock, tobacco,
sugar cane and vegetables. The Fair
is assured of this by the people of that
district and by the Kona Improvement
Club, which last week appointed
special committee to co-operate activ
ely with the Fair's representative
Notice is hereby given that a check
numbered 1922 and drawn in the favor
of Jose S. Valente by the Board of
Directors of the Lusitana Society has
been lost and payment on same stop
ped. Finder will confer a favor on
the above by returning it to Jose S.
Valente, Libue, Kauai.
W. H. ZIMMERMAN
War Time Desserts
The following are some of the des-1
serts that even the most scrupulously
patriotic housewife may serve; gel
atin Jellies with fruit and nuts; cer
eals moulded with dates and raisins
freBh or stewed fruits, blanc mange,
oatmeal and bnrlcy flour pudding?,
buckwheat shortcake with fruit,
spiced oatmeal, and oatmeal maca
Using up the milk
Don't throw away even a drop oi
milk, sweet or sour, whole or skim!
That Is the message from the United
States Food Administration to you.
That half a cup of milk in the bottom
of the pitcher will add several "calor
ies" to a soup, gravy or casserole, dish
That pitcher of sour milk will make
excellent cheese, and the whey can be
used in bread making or to make whey
elly. Is the whey valuable? Indeed
it is. Conserving the milk means ub
ing all of the milk.
Heat 1 quart of sour milk to 100
degrees F. or until qute warm, not
scalding. As soon as the curd seper-
ates from the whey, sthain the milk
through a cloth. Lte drain until free
from whey. Season with 1-2 tea
spoon salt, and one . teaspoon butter
substitute or 2 tablespoons top milk.
If skim milk is sweet, add disolved
uncket tablet to warm milk and let it
stand until it sets. Break curd with a
fork and drain. Use whey In your
yeast bread. Just use it in place of
water or milk and proceed as usual.
1 1-2 tablespoons geletin soaked in
1-4 cup of water
1-2 cup of sugar
Juice and grated rind of 1 lemon or
1 pint whey strained through cheese
Soak the geletin in 1-4 cup of cold
water. DiBsoive geletin by setting cup
in pan of hot water. Add geletin, sug
ar, lemon juice and rine to whey. Turn
the mixture into a mold or sherbet
cups. Serve with crushed fruit, can
ned fruit or soft custard.
Sour Milk Sponge
2 tablespoons granulated geletin
1-3 cup of cold water
1 pint clabbered milk
Sugar to taste
1 cup crushed fruit or canned fruit
White of 1 egg
Soak the geletin in cold water. Dis
solve it by setting the cup in a pan
of boiling water. Mix the gelatin
thoroughly with the clabbered milk,
add the sugar and set the mixture in
a pan of ice water. When it begins
to thicken around the edges, beat it
well with a Dover egg beater, add the
fruit, fold into the well beaten white
of egg and turn at once into a mold.
Serve with soft custard, Apple sauce.
strawberries, rhubard, pineapple or
raspberries may be used for fruit.
Canned fruits may be used In which
case no further sweetening may be
Barley Flour Dumplings
2 cups of barley flour
1- 2 teaspoon salt
2- 3 cup of milk
4 teaspoons baking powder
1 tablespoon fat
Prepare as for baking powder bis
cuits. Drop by spoonfuls on top of
bution. They Bhow that a great
number of prizes are to be awarded in
for the entries are that exhibits be
property of those exhibiting the ani
boiling stew. Cover closely and cook
15 minutes until center does not stick
to cake tester. Dumplings may be
cooked in steamer if desired.
Apricot Oatmeal Betty
2 cups cooked oatmeal
1 cup apricots (cooked)
1-2 cup raisins
1-2 cup corn Byrup
1-4 teaspoon cinnamon
Mix and bake for one-half hour.
Serve hot or cold. Any dried or fresh
fruits, dates, or ground peanuts may
be used Instead of apricots. The re
ceipt will serve five persons.
THE APOTHEOSIS OF EXTRAVAGANCE.
JOHN F. UAl'OZO, Lilme, Kauu
Kauai Agent .
Though I've saved up a goodly hoard,
Though money here and there I fling,
I've never felt I could afford
To throw away a piece of string.
What knots I've patiently untied!
Hard twisted twine and Cotton
Then neatly rolled and put aside,
(1 never seem to get enough!)
My home is modern and immense,
My car is fit for prince or king;
Some day I mean to blow expense,
And throw away a piece of string!
Carolyn Wells in Puck
THEATER TIP TOP
Tuesday, May 7,
THE DAINTY BEWITCHING
FROM THE FAMOUS SUR DEP. SERIES BY MARY
ROBERTS RINE1IART. LITTLE MARGUERITE ANI)
1IEU COTERIE OF "SERIOUS THINKERS ' ARE
5th Chapter (if Our Paramount Serial
"WHO IS NUMBER ONE"
Thursday, May 9, - TipTop
The Triumph, the Low and the public acclaim that belonged
to her sister
Appear as both sisters, alike in beauty but of strangely (fife,"'
Intense - colorful Dramatic! with a dual role that startle nut
lth CHATTER OF "THE FATAL RING".
'AT HE WEEKLY NEWS PICTORIAL.
vj I (
Beseie Barriscale In Triangle Fiay,
Saturday, May 11, - Tip Top
MAKES HER INITIAL BOW IN '
"The Price Mark"
A ROMANCE THAT THRILLS EVEN THE MOST BLASE.
A STORY THROWING SIDE-LIGHTS ON THE WORLD'S
GAIETY. Five Reels of Heart Throbs and Stormy Emotion.
1)0X1" MISS TO SEE THE FINAL CHAPTER OF "THE
FIG HTING TRAIL".
AM EUICAN WAR N EWS.
: o :
Mrs. G. C. Monroe of the Island of
l.anai, arrived by the Kinau lust Sat
urday worning and is visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Broadbcnt of Lihue.
Mrs. Monroe is the wife of G. ('. Mon
roe, the manager of the Lawui Hauch.
'Bab's Burglar" program will be shown at
ELEELE, WEI)., MAY. 8; -MA K AW ELI, THUK. WAIMEA, FRI. KEKAHA
SAT. KEALIA, MON.
"The Snarl" program will be also shown at
KAPAA, FRI. MAY. 10. K1LAUEA, SAT. KEALIA, MON. KEKAHA, TUES.
"The Price Mark" Program will also be shown
WAIMEA, MON MAY, V,; MAKAWELI, TUES. KOLOA, WED. HOMESTEAD
THU. KEALIA, FRI.
Fish Story Tellers
To Receive Prizes
All anglers and raconteurs in the
Territory are invited to enter the
Fish Story Contest" which will be
conducted at the Territorial Fair in
June by the committee in charge of
the fish exhibit.
Fishermen and story tellers are re
quested to "stick as closely to the
truth as possible," especially con
cerning the size of the finny speci
mens, in writing these yarns, and to
limit manuscripts to 1200 words, mak
ing them as much shorter as possible.
Brevity will be a point of merit in
No entrance fee is to be charged in
the story-telling contest, but the com
mittee reserves the right to publish
any or all stories in the newspapers.
Manuscripts should be submitted on
or before Juno lHt, to any member of
the fish exhibit committee, who are
as follows: Bruce Cartwright, Jr.,
chairman; John L. Fleming, Archie
S. Robertson, John W. Thompson, C.
Montague Cooko, Fred A. Potter, M.
Yamasliiro and Dr. Alfred Wall, of
Oahu; I). L. Fleming, Maui; J. II.
Coney, Kauai and II. V. i'atton, Hilo,
First, second and third prizes will
be awarded in the form of ribbon:;.
Manuscripts are to be in the English
language, whitteu clearly, with a type
writer if possible, and on one side only
of the paper.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buy and sells
HEAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and BONDS
and rents SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Fort and Merchant, Sts.
We Always Recommend
Double - Cable - Base
A complete stock of Rugged and Plain
Treads in all styles and sizes always on hand
Agents For Kauai.
BUY THRIFT STAMPS