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THE MAUI NEWS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1917.
9 LIBERTY CATERING 9
BY MAUI WOMEN
A Department Of Domestic Economy Intended To Serve A Patriotic
Purpose In Conserving Food Needed By The Allied Armies In Europe
Recipes for foods demonstrated at
meeting of Women's Committee, Food
Commission, at Kahulul Community
House, November 3rd, 1917.
1. Indian Bread (P. M. Parmer.)
1M c. graham flour, 1 c. cornmeal,
ts. soda, 1 ts. salt, c. molasses,
1 23 c. milk. Steam 3 hours in 2
well buttered one-pound baking
2. Corn Bread (Recipe No. 5, Kit
c. cornmeal, 1 c. .flour, c.
sugar, S ts. baking powder, ts.
salt. 1 c. milk, 1 egg, 1 tbl. chrisco,
Mix dry ingredients and sift. Add
milk, egg well beaten and melted
crisco. Bake in shallow tin.
3. Rolled Oats Bread (P. M. Farmer.)
Pour 1V6 c. boiling water over 1 c.
rolled oats, stand 1 hour. Add 1 tbl.
shortening, 1 ts. salt, M c. honey or
molasses and 1 c. yeast. (If started
at night use 2 c. water and 1V4 c.
yeast.) Mix into a hard loaf, using
5 or 6 c. white flour. Let rise into
double the bulk. Mix into loaves. Let
rise again and bake 1 hour.
Note: Following recipes have been
adapted by Mrs. A. C. Bowdish from
above recipe, using rolled oats as part
substitute for the white flour.
3-A. lc. flour, 1 c. rolled oats, 2
c. graham flour, 3 c. white flour,
method and remaining Ingredients
3-B c. rolled oats, 1 c. rye
flour, 1V4 c. graham flour, 1V4 c.
4. Eggless Cake (Mrs. W. O. Aiken.)
1 c. sugar, c. butter, 1 ts. each
cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, 1 ts. soda,
1 c. apple sauce, c. raisins, V4 c.
:-: Notes :-:
The harvest of the Kula and Maka
wao fall bean crop is well underway
and promises much better than the
summer crop. In a recent survey
made by the County Agents it is esti
mated that the 1000 acres now in the
above crop, will yield approximately
a million pounds or 10,000 hundred
pound bags. At an average value of
8 cents per. pound F. O. B. Kahulul,
the crop would be worth $80,000 or
$80.00 per. acre for the four months'
The potato crop, which is estimated
at 300 to 400 acres, alsojjroiniaeii
well andrtiould yHtrTOOoT to 20,
000 bags if our present efforts to
control the blight are successful.
This should add at least $35,000 to
the earnings of the small farmers of
the Kula-Makawao districts, or a
total gross income of say $115,000.00
for the fall and winter crop.
Not alone Maui County but the en
tire Territory must profit from the
prosperity of our small farmers this
year, for whom it may be said in pass
ing, that it has been a good many
seasons since a good substantial pro
fit has resulted from their labors.
Haiku district has never presented
a busier farming scene than at pres
ent. A half dozen large tractors are
putting the finishing touches on some
eight hundred acres to be planted in
leguminous and other feed crops
immediately, now that the favorable
rains have provided sufficient mois
ture to insure vigorous germination.
The principal crops being planted
are cow peas, velvet beans, peanuts,
cassawa, sweet potatoes and corn.
It is confidently expected that Maui
County will be independent of food
stuffs from the mainland within a very
Mr. C. W. Carpenter, Pathologist of
i the Hawaii Experiment Station .who
is responsible for Inaugurating the
systematic spraying of potatoes for
the prevention of blight in Kula and
Makawao, arrived on Maul on the 6th.
inst. He comes to consult with the
County agents in connection wUh the
campaign against the destructive po
tato disease now in full progress.
In addition to the power sprayer
and one-horse sprayer already noted.
a half dozen band-sprayers are now in
daily operation. Favorable results are
already noted and it is hoped that
a large percentage of the crop, will
be benefitted. F. G. K.
"Ladies 30 pounds washed and
dried $1; excess, 4 cents per pound
Denver Wet Wash. Phone Gallup
1234." Rocky Mountain News.
nuts, 2V4 c. flour, 2 ts. baking powder.
5. Honey Gingerbread
V c. sugar, 1 c. shortening, 1V4
honey, ts. salt, 1 c. milk, 1 egg,
1 leved ts. soda, 1 ts. each cinnamon,
cloves, allspice, nutmeg and ginger.
Suet can be used for shortening egg
may be omitted, and an extra c.
honey substituted for the sugar.
6. Canada War Cake
Boil for 5 minutes the following, 1 c.
brown sugar, 1 c. hot water, 2 tbl.
lard, 1 ts. each cinnamon, cloves,
nutmeg, salt, and V6 package chopped
seedless raisins. When cold add 1 ts.
soda dissolved in V4 ts. hot water, 1V4
c. flour, and V4 ts. baking powder.
Bake slowly in very slow oven.
7. War Jelly (substitute for animal
In 1 quart water, boil 2 bars, "kan
len" (Japanese sea moss carried by
all plantation stores) until dissolved.
Will take about ten minutes. Add 1
cup brown sugar and when melted,
strain through cheesecloth. Add any
flavoring desired. Lemon juice, cann
ed cocoanut, wine, tea, grape juice,
sliced bananas, guava syrup to taste,
all make pleasant combinations.
These proportions make a stiff jelly
which will become firm in half an
hour without the use of ice.
8. Raisin Bread
See Ladies' Home Journal, Novem
ber, 1917. Page 57.
9. War Jam
Use equal parts dried apricots (af
ter soaking) and papaia pulp. Add
sugar to taste, or about enough for a
marmalade. Flour with powdered
ginger, about 1 ts. to 1 qt. or oz.
sliced fresh ginger root to the same.
Entered Of Record
MANUEL DO REGO & WF. to Antone
Gonsalves, R. P. 3102 Kul. 6720-B
Ap. 1 Wailukuili, Maui, Oct. 18,
MANOEL CARREIRO & WP. to S.
Yamaoka, et. al. 1-2 A land, Maka
wao, (Hamakualoa,) Maui, Oct. 29,
MANUEL MEDEIROS & WP. to Mary
Medeiros, Lot 1, Furtado Tract,
Wailuku, Maui, Oct. 31, 1917. $10
MARY MEDEIROS to Mary M. Me
deiros, Lot 1, Furtado Tract, Wai-
lulni,' Maui, Oct. 31, 1917. $10 and
JOHN C. CABRAL & WF. to Manoel
R. Mendes, 2 pes. land, Kaupakalua,
Hamakualoa, Maui, Oct. 13, 1917
MANOEL P. MARTINS & WP. to
Arthur Murze, 1 A land, Ulumalu,
Hamakualoa, Maui, Oct. 17, 1917,
ANTONE B. COSTA & WF. to Manoel
B. Costa, pes. land, Hamakuapoko,
Maui, Oct. 17,1917. $85.
Y. MARUONO & WF. to Baldwin Na
tional Bank of Kahulul, 5068 sq. ft
of Kul. 402 bldgs, etc., Vineyard St,
Wattuku, Maul, Jan. 12, 1917. $1600.
FRANK SOMMERFELD & WF to
Baldwin National Bank of Kahulul,
pes. land, Owa, etc., Wailuku, etc.,
Maui, Feb. 5, 1917. $4000.
DOMINGO COELHO & WF. to Bald
win National Bank of Kahulul, pc.
land, Wailuku, Maul, May 25, 1917
LUI HOKOANA et. als. to Baldwin
National Bank of Kahulul, int. in 19
20-100 A land in hui land, Sept. 3,
YOUNG GOON to D. C. Lindsay Tr.,
int. in 2 pes. land, Wailuku, Maui,
Mar. 9. 1917. $2,500.
PERUVIAN J. GOODNESS & WF.
to D. C. Lindsay Tr. pc. land, bldgs,
etc., Kapapokaku, Wailuku, Maui
Apr. 6, 1917. $1500.
TAM HONG & WP. to D. C. Lindsay
Tr. por. Lot 7, Fleming Homesteads,
(Hamakualoa,) Maui, Oct. 8, 1917.
PERUVIAN J. GOODNESS & WF. to
Bank of Maui, Ltd., pc. land, Kapa-
pohaku, Wailuku, Maui, Nov. 2, 1917
MONDIE YOSHEHEI to Baldwin Na
tional Bank of Kahulul, Int. in Lot
29 L. P. 4765, Pulehuiki, Kula, Mau
June 20, 1916. $200.
S. NAGATANI to Baldwin, National
Bunk of Kahulul, leaseholds, bldgs
etc.. Market St., Wailuku, Aug. 13
M. TOMOKIO to Baldwin National
Bank of Kahulul, leasehold, bldgs,
etc., Market St.. Wailuku, Maul, Dec
12, 1916. $5000.
Bu n iiini i t Q
j AT THE THEATERS
"Her Better Self"
Pauline Frederick unable to give
the time necessary for study with
the Red Cross classes for nursing
the Famous Players star In Paramount
Pictures, devoted her entire time dur
ing the filming of the hospital scenes
for her latest picture, "Her Better
Self," to a practical study of methods
used in first aid work. Every mom
ent available between the scenes In
which she appeared 'Miss Frederick
was being guided about the different
wards and receiving very thorough
instruction from the nurses and in
The story of "Her Better Self" deals
with a love affair between a wealthy
society girl and Robert Keith, a young
doctor, friend of the poor. The latter
is somewhat abstracted during his
first meeting with Vivian, the idle
society girl, and his indifference
piques her to prove her ability to
meet him on his own ground and show
him that she, too, is a worker not a
She runs away to his hospital in the
slums, and although often weary and
nearly fainting at the horror of it all,
Bhe bravely persists until an unfor-
seen incident sends her back to her
This is the finding of a locket with
Kei.th's picture In it on a girl of the
streets. She cannot understand this,
and what follows is even more terri
ble. She returns to try to see if
there is not some extenuating circum
stance, only to find the girl In KeLth's
From this point the play sweeps to
a dramatic climax, keeping the inter
est at the highest pitch until a full
explanation is arrived at between
the lovers, and "all's well that ends
"Aladdin from Broadway"
Edith Storey, Antonio Moreno and
William Duncan in Aladdin from
A most unusual place to meet a
white girl and also on a most advent
Broadway sport gay, young blade,
he wagered to reach Mecca the for
bidden land where no Christian ever
trod. To prove his case he was to
get an old Bible secreted in the ruins.
He gets the Bible a knave steals it
and sets the natives after him. He
becomes a pilgrim and presto he is
kidnapped and forced into a marri
age. But there is a proviso he must
announce the triple Moslem divorce
How he fools his captors escapes
with the girl be has never seen and
to whom he is married, and how he
he regains the Bible, makes a joyous
photo-drama jammed with action
humor pathos love and purpose
that will instruct, entertain and hold
by its sheer heart pull.
"The Undying Flame "
Mme Olga Petrova, the world re
nowned Russian actress has been en
gaged by the Jesse L. Lasky, company
in a long term contract and will make
her first appearance in the Paramount
Picture, "The Undying Flame," a pic
turesque production of which the
scenes are laid in ancient and modern
This photoplay is divided Into two
distinct parts, the first of which oc
curs during the days of the Pharaohs
and concerns the love affair of the
daughter of one of them and a shep
The marriage is borbldden, for it is
not permitted a princess to marry be
neath her rank, and the humble lover
is sentenced to Immediate execution
Before they separate, however, they
break in two a mystic scarab, which
according to their belief, symbolized
their souls, and when reunited In
years to come would reunite their
The second part of the story brings
us centuries later, again to Egypt,
where the two parts of the charm are
again brought together in a most mys
terious way that seems to substanti
ate the theory of the Egyptian belief
in the transmigration of souls through
out the ages.
The modern lovers, however, have
no realization of what U taking place,
and the romance of their love affair
forms almost a second story, were It
not bound to the first part by a clever
wt twing together of circumstances, in
the mystic power of the scarab.
A most astonishing and mysterious
climox occurs unexpectedly and, while
the last few feet of celluloid are flash
in across the white screen one finds
oneself wishing to see still more of
Mme. Petrova in her marvelous inter
prelation of this dual character, differ
ing widely yet the same through the
"I can't say I like your new tooth
"That's shaving-cream." Yale Re
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF WAI-
LUKU, COUNTY OF MAUI, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
J. H. KUNEWA. Assessor and Col
lector of Taxes in and for the Second
Taxation Division of the Territory of
UNKNOWN OWNER of that por
tion of the land described In Royal
Patent 3385. Land Commission Award
442, situate at Waihee, Maui, bounded
on the North by the premises owned
ny Louise Aoe McGregor; on the
East by the premises owned by Marie
G. Vincent ; on the South by the Gov
ernment road; on the West by the
premises owned by the EBtate of B.
K. Kalwiaea; containing an area of
one-tenth of an acre, more or less;
Order of Publication of Summons
An action having been brought in this
Court by the Plaintiff above named
for the recovery of Six and 45100
Dollars ($6.45) for taxes assessed
upon the above described property to
Unknown Owner for the years 1913,
1914, 1915, 1916 and 1917, and sum
mons having been duly issued by me,
citing said Unknown Owner of said
property, named as defendant therein,
to appear before me at my Court
Room in Wailuku, County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, upon the 1st day
of December, A. D. 1917, at 10 o'
clock A. M., there to answer the de
mand of said Plaintiff; and, it ap
pearing that the defendant in said
action is unknown:
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that all
parties in interest in said matter
shall appear before me at my Court
Room in Wailuku, County of Maui,
aforesaid, upon Saturday, the 1st day
of December, A. D. 1917, at 10 o'clock
A. M., and defend the foregoing ac
tion, and upon failure to appear and
defend as aforesaid, judgment will be
rendered and entered and execution
issued and levied upon the property
for which the tax was assessed or
upon any property of such defendant
as may be found in the District of
Wailuku, County aforesaid, and that
publication of this Order be made
once a week for three consecutive
weeks in the Maui News, a newspaper
of general circulation in said Ter
ritory and printed and published at
GIVEN UNDER MY HAND this
6th day of November, "A. D. 1917.
W. A. McKAY,
District Magistrate of Wailuku,
County of Maul, Territory of
(Nov. 9, 16, 23.)
NOTICE OF 8ALE OF GOVERN
At 10 o'clock A. M., Monday, Nov
ember 26th, 1917, at the office of Mr.
W. O. Aiken, Sub-Agent, Paia, Maui,
there will be sold at public auction the
following Government lot.
Government lot at Waiohull-Keo-
kea, Kula, Maul, known as the Chin
ese Cemetery Lot, containing an area
of 4.60 acres, more or less. Upset
For maps and further information
apply at the office of Mr. W. O. Aiken,
Sub Agent, or at the office of the Com
missioner of Public Lands, Capitol
Building, Honolulu, T. H.
B. G. RIVENBUKGH,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, October 17th,
(Oct. 26, Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23.)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In the Matter of the Estate of
George E. Miner, late of Wailuku,
Petition of J. Garcia, Administrator
of the above Estate for Approval
of Accounts, Distribution and
IT IS ORDERED, that Thursday,
the 6th day of December, A. D. 1917,
at 10:00 o'clock A. M., be and the
same is hereby appointed for hearing
said Petition, in the Court Room of
this Court, in Wailuku, Maul, Hawaii.
Wailuku, October 23rd, 1917.
V. C. SCHOENBERG, Clerk.
W. F. CROCKETT,
Attorney for Administrator.
(Oct 26, Nov. 2. 9, 16.)
AH persons are hereby warned
against buying, selling or dealing in
Keawe or Algaroba Beans, gathered or
picked up in the premises or pastures
of the H. C. & S. Co. without due
authority from the said company.
Persons found disregarding this
warning will be dealt with by due
process of law.
H. C. & S. Co.,
F. F. BALDWIN.
(Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov.)
To Whom It May Concern I
On and after November 2nd, I will
not be responsible for any debts con
tracted in my name without my writ
MANUEL O. RODRIGUES.
(Nov. 2. 9, 16.)
FOR SALE Saddle horse with saddle
and bridle. $75. E. E. Boyum,
Newwt.Coolest Hotel in Hawaii
fort Street Honolulu
PERFECT, PERMANENT COLORING
Given to fabrics that are sent to us for
DY E I N G
Our efficiency is equal to that of any mainland concern. Have
your clothes dyed here and save postage.
Jno. D. Souza, Paia Agent M. Uyeno, Kahului Agent
Jack Linton, Wailuku Agent.
The perfect roof coating or
Guaranteed for 5 years to stop leaks, prevent rust and rotting
in roofs of any kind. Excellent for underground work,
bridges, culverts tanks, poles and posts.
GRAPHILATUM SPECIAL, a hot surface paint, will with
stand heat of 700 degrees Fahrenheit.
GRAPHILATUM CEMENT in paste or liquid, for plugging
holes in boat hulls, roofs, tanks, flashings, etc.
INEXPENSIVE EASILY APPLIED.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
AGENTS IN HAWAII
FOR MAKAWAO DISTRICT
Residence and Postoffice: Makawao
Phone: Tarn Yau.
BANK OF MAUI
showing condition at the close of business September 29th, 1917.
ASSETS, owned by the Bank
Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts $ 534,211.30
This represents loans and advances to
customers of the Bank.
Cash on Hand and in Bank 196,740.96
Actual gold and silver coin and Sight Ex
change on correspondent Banks.
Bonds and Securities 282,561.59
This is practically our secondary reserve, for
the protection of our depositors, consisting
principally of high grade, Territorial, Railroad
and Industrial Bonds.
Real Estate and Banking Premises 17,600.00
Actually owned by the Bank, located at Wai
luku, Lahaina and Paia.
Furniture and Fixtures 7,431.02
Contained in the Main Bank at Wailuku and
its branches at Lahaina and Paia.
Representing the valuation of the Bank's
equity in the Lease upon its Wailuku property.
Total Resources $1,039,469.87
Capital Stock Paid In $ 150,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits .. 22,437.09
The Bank and its Branches has total deposits,
net, as above.
Total Liability $1,039,469.87
Territory of Hawaii )
Island and County of Maui )
I, C. D. LUFKIN, Vice-President and Manager of the above
named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true
to the best of my knowledge and belief. '
C. D. LUFKIN, Vice-President and Manager.
A D9S17e SWm t0 kefore me l'lis st dav October,
ENOS VINCENT, Notary Public.
Wailuku Construction and Drayage Co., Ltd.
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