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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1918
CffVtM
I LIBERTY
No.
BY MAUI
A Department Of Domestic Economy Intended To Serve A Patriotic
Purpose In Conserving Food Needed By The Allied Armies In Europe
WHEAT BREADS FOR BREAKFAST
( And All Others Meals Too.)
Have you said that you would ra
ther make toast for breakfast than
got up a little earlier to make some
of these muffins? Dou you know that
In France there is almost no supply
of food ahead and unless we send
wneat over there starvation would
soon nave them in its era an? Fur.
ther words from the United States
ioou Administration should be un
necessary. Now is your testing time.
Corn Flour and Hominy Muffins
1 cup cooked hominy
1 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoons shortening
4 teaspoons baking powder
2 cups corn flour
1 egg
94 cup milk.
Mix together hominy, salt, melted
shortening, beaten egg and milk
Add flour which has been sifted with
baking powder. Ueat well and bake
In greased muffins tins in hot oven
for 25 to 30 minutes.
Cornmeal Muffins
2 cups cornmeal
4 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
2 cups sweet milk
1 egg (may be omitted)
2 tablespoons fat.
Mix dry ingredients. Add milk
well beaten egg, and melted fat. Beat
well. Uiike in muUlns tins for 30
minutes.
Barley Biscuit Muffins
2 cups barley flour
V4 teaspoon salt
4 teaspoons baking powder
3 tablespoons fat
cup milk (about.)
Sift the dry ingredients together,
rub in the fat, and add the liquid un
til a soft dough is formed that will
fall from the spoon. Drop from a
spoon into well greased muffin tins
and bake in a hot oven.
Corn Flour Griddle Cakes
1 cups corn flour
teaspoon soda
M teaspoon salt
1 cup sour milk
1 egg.
Sift the dry Ingredients together,
add the milk and the beaten egg. Mix
well and cook on a hot griddle. The
batter must be very thin.
Barley Flour Griddle Cakes
3 cups barley flour
2 teaspoon baking powder
teaspoon salt
2 cups sour milk
1 egg
2 tablespoons melted fat
1 teaspoon soda.
Mix and sift flour, baking powder
and salt. Combine sour milk and egg
well beaten, add melted fat, add soda
dissolved in a little cold water. Sift
in flour mixture and beat well. Drop
by spoonfulls on a greased, hot griddle
and cook as for other griddle cakes-
Corn Meal Griddle Cakes
1 cup cornmeal
1 cup boiling milk
1 tablespoon drippings
Vt teaspoon salt
2 eggs
1 tablespoon molasses
1 teaspoon baking powder.
Put cornmeal in bowl, cover with
boiling milk. Add the fat. When
cold add the salt, molasses, baking
powder and eggs which have been
beaten until light. Mix well together
and bake on a hot griddle.
Buckwheat Griddle Cakes
1 pint buttermilk
Buckwheat flour
i cake yeast
Pinch of salt
1 tablespoon molasses
J,4 teaspoon soda.
Into the buttermilk stir
flour to make a thin batter;
enough
add the
yeast cake softened in a little warm
water and the salt and beat thorough
ly. Let rise over night and in the
morning stir In tho molasses and the
baking soda. Save a cup of the bat
ter to be used instead of yeaBt for the
next baking. 1 1 1 'jg
Barley Baking Powder Biscuits
2 cups barley flour
M teaspoon salt
4 teaspoons baking powder
3 tablespoons fat
cup milk.
Sift the dry ingredients together,
rub in the fat, and add the liquid un
til a soft dough is formed. Roll to
about inch thick, cut with a cookie
cutter and bake in a hot oven.
Oat Cakes
1 cup oatmeal
Little warm water
Pinch salt.
Mix the oatmeal, warm water and
salt together into a firm dough. Do
not roll out but pat it with your hand
into a thin, flat cake. Then sprinkle
the top with oatmeal flour and toast
In front of fire.
Hominy Muffins
1 cup cooked hominy
1 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoons shortening
6 teaspoons baking powder
1 egg (
cup milk
2 cups corn flour.
Mix together hominy, salt, melted
shortening, beaten egg and milk. Add
flour, which has been sifted with bak
ing powder. Beat well and bake in
greased muffins tins or shallow pan
in hot oven 25 to 30 minutes.
CATERING
St!
45.
WOMEN
Corn Dodgers
1 cup boiling water
2 cups cornmeal
1 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons fat.
Pour the boiling water over the
other materials. Beat well. When
coll, form into thin cakes and bake
30 minutes in a hot oven. Makes 14
biscuits. These crisp biscuits are
good with butter or gravy.
DID YOU KNOW
Did you know that to take the wa
ter in which rice has been cooked
and mix it with the juice poured off
a can of tomatoes will make a good
foundation for soup?
Did you know what a tablespoon of
peanut butter is equal to a half table
spoon of fat in cooking?
Did you know that the only part of
the milk lacking in skimmed milk is
tho fat? So in recipes where other
fat is used, the skimmed milk will do
as well as the whole milk.
Did you know that in baking, every
egg that is"Msed reduces the amount
of baking powder one teaspoon? Did
you know that a little salt helps the
flavor where sugar is customarily
used? Yes, even in stewed prunes.
A group of prominent patriotic
women of Houston, Texas, called up
on the Administrator there to protest
against the frivolity of waste which
is going on in many homes of the
city noted for their war-time hospital
ity. It was stated that while one
neighbor saves two others waste.
"What plan have you?" The ladies
were asked.
"Yellow flowers, said one of the
group.
"And what will you do with yellow
flowers?"
"Why wherever a home is wasteful
and unpatriotic send the head- of the
house a yellow flower with a yellow
tag."
"And who will carry the flowers and
not get killed?"
The question did bring up to mind's
eye pistols for two and daggers for
six.
"School children shall carry the
flowers."
And while the Administration listen
ed to the suggestion it remained
silent.
If any ladies famous for war-time
hospitality receive yellow flowers; if
any business men find them pinned
on their labels by a smiling girl its
a pretty safe bet that one neighbor
has got the goods on the other and
Yellow is the price.
"Two things which are equal to the
same thing are equal to each other."
No rodent steals from this coun
try's rescources enough to count at
all in the total.
Yet all the rats together steal an
nually to the extent of $200,000,000.
No rats gives back, in any form of
service, the value of this theft. He
Is only and soley a pest.
No hoarder steals from this coun
try's food supply enough to make a
difference in the total.
Yet enough hoarders could play
havoc with our supply to defeat the
Allies, and sound the honor of a
country that has said it will keep
enough at home to feed its own peo
ple.
The hoarder does not give back, in
any form of patriotism the value of
his theft. He is only and soley a
slacker.
J. F. CHILD,
Food Administrator for Hawaii.
A Pruzzlin Problem
Willis "What are you doing with
all those charts and time-tables?"
Gillis "Those charts are lists of
the various meatless, wheatless, and
butterless days In the various States.
I'm trying to figure out a trip where
by I can get a ham sandwich once a
month." Life.
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j AT THE THEATERS
Geraldine Farrar in
"The Woman God Forgot"
Oeraldino Farrar, the popular cele
brity of both the opera and the
screen, Cecil B. de Mille, that talent
ed exponent of modern photoplay tech
nique and master creator of cinema
spectacles, and Jennie Macpherson,
one of tho very foremost writers for
tho screen, have again combined their
very best efforts in behalf of the
patrons of high-class films in "The
Woman God Forgot". Greater even
than the previous accomplishment of
this trio, "Joan the Woman!', a mo
tion picture spectacle which created
a sensation everywhere, this newest
film de luxe offers the biggest photo
production of the year.
Based on a page of American his
tory when Montezuma and his Aztecs
were conquered by the Spaniards
headed by Cortez, this super-photoplay
presents the famous diva in a stirring
romance of unusual beauty. In stag
ing this production Cecil 11. de Mille
built the highest r.et ever erected for
a motion picture, a replica of an Az
tec temple over two hundred feet
high. This set alone covered an area
of over two miles and was the site of
a gigantic battle in which over a
thousand persons took part. More
thrilling even than the battle scenes
in "Joan" are these views of conflict
showing the first use of gunpowder in
this country and its triumph over the
machines of war used by tho Indians.
Never in her career has beautiful
Geraldine Farrar been afforded a
vehicle that disclor.es to a better ad
vantage her wonderful histrionic
talents. "The Woman God Forgot"
marks a distinct advance in tho an
nals of the motion picture. Just as
"Joan the Woman" was considered
the triumph of tho season at the time
of its release, so does this new De
Mille spectacle disclose the latest
achievements In the cinema art. Al
though this production offers spectac
ular displays, its interest is not con
fined to this feature alone. A power
ful theme keeps the chief characters
in the foreground throughout the
course of tho story and discloses tho
best work of such film artists in the
supporting cast as Raymond Hat ton,
Hobart Bosworth, Wallace Roid, Wal
ter Long, Charles B. Rogers, Olga
Grey and Theodore Kosloff, the fam
ous Russian Dancer.
Pauline Frederick in
"The Hungry Heart"
"The Hungry Heart", from the well
known novel by David Graham Fhil
lips of that name, is a twentieth
century drama of the lives of Richard
and Courtney Vaughan, who at the be
ginning of the story are returning
from their honeymoon, from Arcady
to reality.
Through the first weeks of her
married life, Courtney finds that her
husband is absorbed in his chemistry
and experiments that there is no
place in his real life for her. He
treats her as a child, and even the
birth of their son later on does not
bring him to an understanding of her
real nature.
There is, of course, another man,
tho hypothenuse to the triangle, and
a stormy time of passion and fulfilled
longings on Courtney's part. All this
has been handled with delicate skill
by Miss Frederick, who, by the way,
was the means of filming this picture,
the story of which has long been one
of her favorites.
The solution is as unexpected as it
is wholesome and delightful, and the
photoplay, besides furnishing n splen
did vehicle for Miss Frederick, pro
vides action, humor, pathos and a deal
of just human happiness gained
through the bitter school of expert
ence, through which each of us must
pass willy nllly.
fjime Oable-3(ahuiui Siailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
Tlia following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
TOWAWD8 WAILUKU
llituci
Mills
15.3
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5-5
3-4
1.4
STATIONS
S 33 3 3o,i 5 8 42
6 35
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PUUNENE
TOWARDS PUUNENE
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STATIONS
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2 50
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6 00
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1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku dally, except Sundays,
at 6:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 6: CO a. m., and connecting with
the 8:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried free
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, when
baggage Is in charge of and on the same train as the holder of the ticket.
For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will be
charged.
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C. C.
Np. 8, or Inquire at any of the Depots.
Dainty Ann Pennington's
Narrow Escape
Much of 1 he realest kind of comedy
appear. j., water scenes of the
latest Ann Pennington picture, "The
Antics of Ann", which is to be shown
on Saturday at the Wniluku Orpiieum,
when Miss Pennington as a rather
harum srarum boarding school girl,
amazes her friends and relatives by
appearing in a daring if somewhat
risque bathing suit. The interested
spectators who flocked after her at
the hotel where the scenes were taken
nearly upset the bathing raft and it
was necessary to send for the life
guards to rescue the small star.
War Theme Is Paramount in Drama
of Today Patriotic Spirit Mingled
With Stirring Plot of Creat Drama
tic Interest
Roma Winnet (Virginia Foarson) is
the author of "Jealousy", a novel
which has created a sensation In
social circles. Fear that she herself
will come under the spell of the
"Green Kyed Monster" has prevented
her from marrying.
The first time she really loves is
when r-he meets Bob Lawson (Irwing
Cummings), an easy going business
man, and a great favorile with wo
men. Bob is also attracted to Roma,
and, thanks to his adoring mother, is
put well on the way to win her.
Bob finally musters courage enough
to propose. Roma reluctantly con
sents, though fearing at Hie time that
jealousy might wreck their happiness.
They wed and Roma experiences
vreat happiness. All fear of jealousy
vanishes.
The First Tinge of Jealousy
Kthel Clark (Louise Bate), Roma's
dearest friend, is engaged to Dave
Blake, Bob's chum. When war is
declared Dave is called to. the colors.
On leaving he tells Bob to take care
of Ethel. Roma experiences her first
tinge of jealousy when Bob throws
his arms in a brotherly way about
Kthel's shoulders.
A lew months later Dave suddenly
arrives at Bob's house. He has been
sent back from the front on a secret
mission. Five spies are on his trail
and see him enter Bob's home. lie
asks for Ethel, who was visiting there
that evening. Bob calls her. Roma
prows suspicious and entering the
room where Bob, Dave and Ethel are,
finds only her husband and the young
lady. Dave had hidden behind a cur
lain. Jealousy now makes life unbearable
for Roma. She sees Bob go on mys
terious missions to a houseboat at the
rear of his estate, where Dave was
hiding; she sees Ethel go there; she
finds Ethel in conference with Bob
in his office, where she had taken
some papers from Dave that lion
might hide them in his safe. Roma
again misunderstands and upbraids
Bob. He assures her she is wrong,
and for a time satisfies her.
That evening a note is thrown
through the open window to Bob. It
tells him to bring the papers to the
setioat at once. He leaves and
Roma follows. She sees him board
the boat. She sees Ethel meet him.
Dave denies sending the note and
says it was the work of the spies.
Seeing that he Is discovered, Dave
determines to make a dash with the
papers. Bob leaves the boat.
Soon after the spies board the craft,
just as Dave starts to go. One of tho
spies grapples with him, throws him
into a boat and starts down the river.
The other spy attacks Ethel. She
kills him. After a hard battle Dave
throws the other spy overboard and
returns to Ethel.
Afte taking her to Bob's house he
sets off for headquarters to deliver
the papers. Rom.i meets Ethel and
pours out her wrath ou her and Bob.
In vain do they try to explain.
In the middle of her tirade Dave ar
rives. Then all the misunderstand
ings are brushed away. Roma falls
into Bob's arms, at last freed from
the pangs of jealousy. Advt.
TOWARDS HAIKU
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DIVISION
TOWARDS KAHULUI
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BY AUTHORITY
IN' THE CIIICI IT COI ItT OF THE
SeciTlid Circuit Of tile Territorv ,if
Hawaii. At Chambers.
....... j .
In the matter of Hie Estate of Maxi
milian Lckart, Deceased.
Petition of Max Otto Eckart and Fritz
fcrncst Eckart for Probate of Will.
It is ordered that Thursday, the
ASrcI. day of May A. 1)., FJ1.S at Id
o'clock A. M., be and the same is
hereby appointed for hearing said
Petition, in the Court Boom, of this
Court, at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii.
Wniluku. Maui, April 12 l'JIS.
BY THE COURT,
T. B. LINTON, Clerk.
(April 1!), 2G; May 3, 10.)
BY AUTHORITY
SEALED TENDERS
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Maui Loan Fund ConiniiKsinii .iml
.the Board of Supervisors of the Coun
ty of Maui, T. II. at Wailuku. T. II.,
, up to 10 o'clock a. m., on Saturday,
! May 11, lyis. for construction of a re
inforced concrete and gunite lining to
I the Olinda Reservoir, Olinda, Maka
; wao, Maui, T. II.
i Plans and specifications and blank
'form:! for t ho proposal are on file in
I the ollice of Hie Maui Loan Fund Com
j mission. Wailuku. T. II., and in tle
oflice of Hie Superintendent of Public
Works, Capitol Building, Honolulu, T.
j II.
I The Maui Loan Fund Commission
and the Board of Supervisors of the
County of Maui reserve the right to
reject any and all bids.
MAPI LOAN" PPM) COMMISSION,
R. A. WADS WORTH,
Secretary.
(Apr. 20; May ?,, in.)
BY AUTHORITY
SEALED TENDERS
Sealed tenders will be received at
the office or the Counly Clerk, Count v
of Maui, T. II., until 2:00 P. M. Friday,
May lut h., 1!HS, lor tin construction
of one school room addition, l'aia;
two room addition, Kealma; one
school room addiiion, Fimkolii; one
school room addition, Kahului; four
room school, Kainehamcha III; four
room school, Wailuku; one room
school, Kealahou; two bed-room,
teachers' cottage, Puuneiie; and two
bed-room cottage, Makawao, County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right 10 reject any and all tend
ers. Plans and specifications and blank
proposals are on file in the office of
the County Engineer.
A deposit of $5.00 is required for
each set of plans and specifications.
By Order of the Board of Super
visors, For and Within the Coun
ty of Maui.
WM. F. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
(Apr. 2G; May 3.)
BY AUTHORITY
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In (he Matter of the Estate of Ke
alio Kaleii.ianuhia, Deceased.
Notice To Creditors
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons having claims against the Estate
of Keaho Kaleimanuhia, late of liana.
County of Maui, T. 11., to present
same duly authenticated and with
proper vouchers, if such exist, to W.
F. Crocked, executor of said estate,
within six months from dale of publi
cation of this police, or payment
thereof will bo forever barred.
Dated April 23, 1U1S, Wailuku Maui.
W. F. CROCKETT,
Executor.
ENOS VINCENT and
W. F. CROCKETT, Jr.,
Attorneys for Executor.
(Apr. 2G; May 3, 10, 17.)
In War
imie
the best remembrance for the
ones "over there" and the ones
"at home" is your photo inside a
transparent handled pocket knife.
Fifty different . styles and sizes
of knives, razors, etc.
GEO. W. BAILEY, WAILUKU, will
take your order.
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IHE 0RUD0ERYvOFM0LDING THE HOSE,
Prepare now against drought.
Arrange to use the
Skinner System
OF IRRIGATION
this summer. Used and recom
mended by growers on Oahu
and Maui. Cost of installation
is moderate. For ti uck and
flower gardens, lawns, or crops
of almost any kind. Write us
for further Information.
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LODGE MAUI, NO. 84, A. F. A A. M.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall. Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
P. M.
ViHlting brethren are eordiallr In
rited to attend.
F. W. PEACOCK, R. W. M.
V. A. ROnniNS, Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
OF PYTHIAS.
Regular meetings will be held at
the KnlKhts of Pythias Hall. Wailu
ku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
All flatting members are eordiallr
invited to attend.
II. S. PERRY, C. C.
J. C. DLAIIt, K. R. & S.
COURT VALLEY ISLAND NO. 9239
ANCIENT ORDER FORESTERS
Regular nieetiiiRs will be held at
Moose Hal!, Kahului, 011 the first and
third Thursday of each month, at 7:30
P. M.
All visit in? inr-.jbers are cordially
invited to attunl.
CARL F. N. ROSE,
Financial Secretary.
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