Newspaper Page Text
1 - - Tonight at 7:40 o'clc Oil v. HmiDSEDS;TUEIIED AWAY LAST ITIOHT- ' ; ' AjSpecial;Se ''' i By Theater - " . . Saves Eggs In recipes for cake, muffins, com bread, etc., ; fewer eggs may be used and excellent results and healthful, appetizing food obtained by using an additional quantity of Royal Baking Powder, about a teaspoon, in place of each egg omitted. ; . COFFEE CAKE t eupt flour 4 tea tpooni Royal Baking Powder 5i teaapooa aalt . , "2 tableapoona ahortenlng .. 2 tableapoona anger eua milk - , ... DIRECTIONS Mis and atft dry ia'gredlenta. Add melted ahortenlog and enough milk to make very ettff batter. 8pread H inch thick in greaaed pan, add top ml rture and bake about hour in moderate oven. The old method called for 2 eggs J. 2 tableapoona floor . t tabietpoon cinnamon TOP MIXTURE 4 tableapoona augar 4 tableapoona shortening DIRECTIONS Ml dry ingredlenta : rub in the ahortenlng. and apread thickly over top of dotlgh before baking. 1 , New book of recipes which economize in eggs and other expensive ingredients mailed free. Address Royal Baking Powder Co., 135 William Street, New York, U. S. A. Royal Baking Powder is made; from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes, and adds none but healthful qualities to the food. No Alum No Phosphate Ca iforiiia Dressed 45c a pound. ISLAND DRESSED TURKEY, 50c a pound. FRESH CRANBERRIES &to; King St. V m CQ.Yee : l WWW rX f ' Li it ' ll V ' ""' ; i tt' 3 UJ ill vour Bont neglect children' s eyes 88 Per Cent of the School Children do not .'have Ndrmal Vision. Why wait until those pitiful - symptoms ; of poor vision appear squinting, complaints if dull head aches and of dizziness! . Spare the child that pain and its premonition' of serious trouble. Bring the boy or girl to us. It may mean the difference between a lifetime of good, clear vision, or a lifetime of weak eyes, poor vision and all the attendant 'dangers and troubles. " Our charges for examination are reasonable. G. H TO upt ician ; 7 -. ',' Successor to, : :i r "A. N. SANFpR& Boston Bldg., over May & Oo. store. ' The second of ' the .ffolln recitals by -Max Selinsky ; at "lhe Mission Me morial hallVas played last night Ho a fair sized ; , but mostv appreciative audience.,1 The conviction grows that Selinsky is one of the most talented violinists ; that has appeared in Hono- lul in many years: This fact is ap parent as the series progresses.' i. His programs are exceedingly- well chosen. . His acquaintance .with musi cal . literature is wide and his selec tions do not descend to the common place and mediocre in order to make their appeal to his layman audiences. The first number,: a Serenade Melan- cholique, by Tschaikowsky, . while pretty, possessed nothing that called for special powers on the part of the interpreter. Wieftawsky's Souvenir de Moscow, which followed, on the other hand, is' very, showy, full of bril liance and, served to put the audience in a mood, of keen expectancy. Owing, to atmospherical : conditions, which gave him a great deal of trou ble with the strings of his instrument, Mr. Selinsky had announced that the Chaconne of Bach, which : was the longest number on his program, could not be attempted, but he later' recon sidered his decision, much to the. sat isfaction of his audience. It is a lengthy work, , heavy in spots and somewhat tedious, . but it demands the : very utmost that the artist pos sesses. The musician who can make Bach interesting to the average au dience Is .' gifted with ; artistry, . of "a very high order, and thiB Mr.' Selinsky did." His tope Is beautiful and. his in terpretation that of-one-who dates as sert his individuality. rThls "compbsi: tion was played ' entirely ; without ac companiment 1 and the -manner, - in which the " dotfBle '.string u passages were played proved ; most concltisive lyhis technical; cleverness. ; i.A - little composlUon,- Variations Co Telli, by ;Tartlnt-Kreisler, Iw'as -next. It r was light .and fairly; scintillated with brilliance, ;A Chopin nocturne which followed was all that was need ed to. prove the range "of - the violin ist's gift'; His moyementa are; slow; almost phlegmatic, , at times: but the feeling," sympathy, and . understanding are there Just;the. same. 7;::-T ::ThetlMt.,'''nTmbe:'ot.hi8:-tpromt Hondo of the Goblins, by'Baxiin!, was an amazing . exhibition , of technique. Every, trick of fingering and bowing known to the violinist was -contained in its pages. It was a tingling fantasy thing that fitted , well as the finale to a very satisfying: pragram. ; . - ; ; Mr. .Moss played two ultra-modern piano .pieces by Ravel that were - in teresting also Chapin's s8h.erzo in B minor, a somewhat unfamiliar,, work; and did It well. Honolulu is indeed fortunate in having a musician of Mr. Moss, ability as a permanent acquisi tion, a fact which is impressed :on the musicover whenever he plays. : . .The next- conqert will be-6n s the evening of Monday, December. 3. The Ladies Home ournal for De cember elves the folFbwing menu for a meatless dinner that "might be suc cessfully serv ed on Thanksgiving. Tno recipes which accompany tne menu are both economical and practical. Cold storage eggs are used. MEATLESS DINNER FOR 12 Menu Cream of Celery Soup ' - Celery' Tips Mock Roast Turkey, Brown Sauce Candied Cranberries Sweat-Potato Puffs Brussels Sprouts or Vegetable of Choice Home-Spiced Peaches or Pears Maple Mousse Fruit or Cake Coffee RECIPES . Cream of Celery Soup Take the coarse outer stalk of the relerv. scrub well and cut It into half- inch lengths; put into a saucepan, cover with boiling water ana dou unui tender. Do not cover the pan. Drain, and save the water. Mash the celery through a colander, return to the wa ter and boil for ten minutes; then strain Into a double boiler. To each cuDful of the celery water add a cupful of hot milk. Season to taste with salt and pepper, and for each pint of the liquid add one teaspoonful or outter and one teasDOonful of flour rubbed together. Boil for five minutes. Serve with a little dried or fresniy cnoppea parsley on top. Mock Roast Turkey 3 Cupfuls of Cold ped CeJery Boiled Bice Tops or Dried 3 Cupfuls Bread Celery ' Crumbs 1 Tablespoonfurpf 3 Cupfuls Black , Grated Onion, or English or Walnut Meat 4 Teaspoonful of 3 Hajd Cooked Grated Nut- Eggs meg 3 Raw Eggs 1 Tablespoon- 2 Tablespoon- ful of Salt fuls of Chop- y4 Teaspoonful of Paprika Put the bread crumbs into a bowl; cover with the hot cream sauce; mix well; when cold, add the well-beaten raw eggs and the boiled rice. Be euro the rice is dry and that the grains sep arate. Add the hard-cooked eggs, and nuts which hata been, put through the food choDDer: add the flavoring and reasoning and mix well. Shape as much like the body of a turkey as pos sible. Take two tablespoonruls of tne mixture and form the thigh. Put a skewer halfway In the thigh, then fasten to the body. One tabjespoonful is formed into the wing. Brush witn wellbeaten egg and sprinkle with bread crumbs; put into a baking pan that has been brushed with butter or oil; -'set 'in a hot oven. As soon as it begins to bake, baste with a mixture of hot water, butter and salt, using one cupful of water, one tablespoonful of butter and half a teaspoonful of, salt, Baste about four times. Remove care fully from the pan to a hot platter, using two cake turners so that the mock turkey will not break. This may also be baked in a loaf shape U you prefer it so. Sweet-Potato Puffs H Peck Medipm-Size Sweet Potatoes 1 Teaspoonful of Salt A Dash of White Pepper 2 Tableipoonfuls of Melted Shortening ,1 Tablespoonful of Chopped Parsley H Teaspoonful of Nutmeg A Wash and boll the sweet potatoes for from 25 to 80 minutes; drain and, when cool, skin and mash;, add the salt, pepper, parsley, nutmeg and one tablespoonful of shortening; mix well; beat . until light. The other tablespoon ful of shortening is used to brash the custard cups or muffin pans in which the puffs are baked, or you may brush a cake pan and make .one large puff. This amount will make twelve Indi vidual puffs. ; -,rX ; 4 : ' Candlod Cranberries Quarts of Cranberries . i 2 Pounds of .Sugar y.; : J7 Pick over.and.wash the cranberries; pxA them Into a- shallow -pudding pan, two layers ccieep;T;coyer 'them :,wlVx sugar; jpl ace, In a moderate oven until tne 'sugar, melts, rand- then- take until the berries are both tender, and clear. Ellen Beach Yaw, the; world's great est coloratura singer, who is - a ?guest at the Colonial hotel, , is continually going from one ecstacy into .-another to enamoured has she becoms of the charms of life-in Hawaii. Since' her arrival in the city, the great prima donna has been . the center of much interest and enter tainment by the elite of Honolulu. , Programs of unusual merit are in course of preparation for Miss Yaw's initial appearances before Honolulu audiences. Aside from selections from her extensive grand opera re pertoire, she will be heard' in. one or two especially , written - Hawaiian numbers, which are, now .being pre pared for her extraordinary, high voice. In these Hawaiian .features, she will have the support of a num ber of sweet Hawaiian ' girl singers, who are now being especially trained to accompany the great diva '., 'I i: ' Ernest; Kaal and Frank Moss, ".two local artists will appear Jointly with the -California ; Nightingale, - in her two coming concerts,; which, will .be given in the Mission Memorial hall, Kingstreet on the evenings of Dec ember ; 4 and 7. r. Judging from the rate at which the advance sale of the tickets is pro gressing at the offices" of the Terri torial Messenger Service,' one must conclude that the ; two " approaching society events will be greeted with capacity houses. ' " JUNIOR AUXILIARY GIRLS TO GIVE ENTERTAINMENT Hill liUtlILt: 31IUW I and James truz .11 .':'4.L;w:i'i.:iiL M iuc iruin-aooui xne AjK.iiA.;i iiai javiL AJVlrfiKHJA. ; Young Folks Under 16 Not Allowed - - v PRIOES--15; 25 and 35 CENTS. yi ' ; - RESERVED iBE ATS 55 '":' ";V- : PHONE 3?37AiTEEr 1D:00 O'CLOCK FILIPINO "BAD MAN" s TERRORIZES FELLOWS i (Spacial StAr-Bniletla Correrponduc.X - -, ; HILO, Hawaii;, Nov. 23. Wben. Syl vester, a Filipino, started out' to be a real bad man and to terrify the other plantation v laborers at ,v the Amaulu camp of the Wainaku Sugar Co.'s plan tation, he did so In style. ; He buckled on two revolvers to his cartridge belt nd proceeded to' threaten to shoot up the whole burg. ' :-'y:-y: '. ' : The - Filipino Is a well known , jail bird and he is notorious as a bad man who goes on "occasional riots. ' The rest of the laborers were very feared and they soon got into communication with the police department and had a couple of officers sent up to the camp. When the officers appeared on the scene the Filipino "escaped into a cane patch and he has not been seen since. However, he is well, known to the police- and others and he will surely, be apprehended in the hear future. . " r - 8TA R-BU LLETI N GIVES YOU t , - TO DAY'S NEWS TO DAY yy Daily. Matinees (except Saturdays and Holidays) from 1:00 to 4:00 o'clock. Saturday and Holiday Matlreea from Y ; 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 o'clock. Evenings (two shows - 6:30 and 8:45 , o'clock.' yy-- "';. ':':y:, ; PICTURES CHANCED. DAILY v ' - 'Prices: 10,' 20 cents '-r. The Junior Auxiliary of St. Andrew's Cathedral will gh an entertainment on Friday evening, . beginning . at ' o'clock, to raise funds for carrying on Its work of helping, young girls in Japan and Alaska,; and In Honolulu. The program . which ; has been - ar ranged is an interesting one, and 'in cludes solos by Reynold McGrew, a group of songs by Miss Ryan," violin numbers by Miss Maxgaret Stevens a solo with a violin obligato by Canon Ault, selections by Miss Claire Oakes, Miss Schaefer and a musical trio, and several dance numbers by Misses Helen Center, Jeanie and Alexandrina Munro. : Every year this auxiliary of earnest workers forwards a donation - to St. Agnes School for Girls in Kioto, Japan, as well as to the mission working among girls of the Arctic circle. It also supports a scholarship at: St. Andrew's Priory, aida in the support of St. Mary's chapel -in.Kaimuki, and assists the support of theJapJnese Hostel for schoolgirls. . It also : con tributes, in needlework, : to St; Eliza-beth-'g Mission, meeting every week to sew: for the Chinese babies who are supplied with clothing by the mission. No water is added," as the berries ai3 moist when the sugar is put Jti. ' Maple. Mousse 6 Egg Yolks l.H Cupuls of Maple Sirup . 1 Quart ot Double Cream 1 Tablespoonful of Chopped Nuts. 'y. . Beat the egg yolks until 'light: add the maple sirup and beat for one min uter put in the. top of a double boiler and stir "until it thickens,- It must not boll, or it will curdle. Set aside to coot Whip the cream ; add to the cooled egg and sirup; mix-well 'and put in a. melon mold, ; which has been rinsed in cold water and cover; pack In Ice for two hours. v 'TTurn"out on ah ice cream' platter and garnish with ma caroons or.-kisses. Sprinkle the chop ped nuts over the . top of the; moussei Two cupfuls of preserved -peaches, strawberries or pineapple may be used Instead- of the maple sirup, making it a fruit mousse. . The egg whites which are left may be used . for angel cake.7 , DANCING T&k a private lesson from Madame Lester, Honolulu's leading teacher, and have your fatolts corrected.' f ' Removed - from I Of a 3VlhlC to the Mv" Lester -DsiicmgAcademy nalilo and Alapal streets; iPhon'e-5281. PunaliOTi ca .pssesiacademy.- - v . The i General and; Universal Film services; r ;:; iBiiirrii 1 : ! ' " At7:40o'c'eck M 7:40 o'clock Wm'l GEORGE ' BE & :y -A -iv '. i ;The 'World Famous 'Italian Impersonator la A - r-; ; " ' "A ROADSIDE IMPRESARIO" y , rA most peculiar and interesting drama of an Italian peddler's struggle with, American customs, full J of the characteristic BEBAN "PUNCH"; First big chapter of "THE MYSTERY OF ' THE DOUBLE CROSS,", Leon Barry and Beautiful Molly. King In. the leading 'role. SATHE WEEKLY NEWS PIOTORIAIi : . PRICES: . . 15, 25, 35 Cents , Reserved Seats 55c PHONE 5060 TIME TABLn Patha Weekly " 7:40 P.M. Serial ' 7:55 P. I.Us Feature - I 8:33 P. M. National1 College Dancing YOUNG MEN'S and BOYS1 CLASS SATURDAY, 4 to 5 p. m. y Roof Garden, Odd Fellows' Bldg., Fort and Xing. ? - - Phone 6275. ; .: - ' . THE HOME OF GOOD PICTURES S.:HAIRT WILLIAM it THE FAMOUS WESTERN CHARACTER in I. The Gun Am 55 A story of the material and romantic adventures of a square-jawed, dead" level; first In the draw Gentleman of the West. HEUEN HOLMES In "A WOMAN'S WIT" 4th Chapter of the Specta cular Serial '-"The , Railroad Raiders" Thrills Punci Action. MUTUAL WEEKLY No. 137TheHlatest happenings before your eyei. NOTE Hear Bert Carlson, our new Wurlitzer man, play the organ. PR I QES : i 1 5, 25,! 35 Cents'. - 1 - Box Office Optnt 6:15 i VENUSIs i T bought by all who want .the best,' 17 perfect black degrees, and 2 copying for every pos sible purpose. Blue Hand VELVET PENCIL Supreme in ils Clan American Lead Pencil Co.,N.? u v mmti mm I SUMMER. RATES OllJAiLWaiHAt Thirty-day excursion tickets between Honolulu and Walalua, Ha lulwa or Kahuku: Flrst-classi $2.15; second-class, $1.80. : " Special weekly rates at Hotel during summer months, $25.00. : .' r Splendid bathing"; golf, ,teunis, : glass-bottom boats,-rowing; pccL n ideal vacttion resort. . v . y.-, :.;; ;. . Oahii RaihvayrHaleiya Hotel ; Everything For The Thanksgiving We are prepared to sup ply .your needs witli all the necessities to serve a dinner to be'remembered. - Forty open stock patterns of dinnerware to. select from. -'j-r-.V- - -. ' : Carving Sets from $2.50 up. Roasters v from $1.50 to " Poultry Sheafs $2.00 and ; Nut Crar,!3.08 and up. ' TheHbuse;of Housewares ; j ' ) Cookery B d ok y .. : of nearly or0 to vou Here s a great - bfg- Cookery ' Book f nearly. 200 ptges finely pn betutif ally illustrate Jcrammed full of splendid time tested recipes recipes : that are economical and practical. - . . ; . ;....,;;.-;'-.:'4 Tha Highlander. Cookery Book is the standard reference' work of teas of. thousands of New Zealand women. Tndeed so valuable is it that it ii sold ? a good figure by the Bed Cross Societies of the Dominion. ; . But there's an absolutely free copy of this eplendid work available f or yos-i Jtt send your name and addrew and the book will be sent post free by - the next mail, y y y; : , y yy-y j, : y, ;.-;v ' ; - v. -. rln ''addition to gcKd-m:pesiVaU branches of cookings it tells about High Under Milkthe Condensed Milk that gets the standard in Kew Zealand izZ ' throughout the Pacific. -y'X-1. '- ;' .-; . - J ' Send to-day while there's still a copy available f or you addraaa, "Hi2h!iadir,,l D,pt "A- Fres t. WaWrte. LM, AitiU. HoboIuIs. . V i .." 4 :&t ;T ; ' ; orHa- ': - i- : - y .-t . .'v. V. v.. .-''-' i-, r---'.- "-7.