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Is Good Substitute
Can Be Used To Advantage In Mak
ing Cakes And Bread When Mix
ed With Wheat Flour
Sweet-Dotato flour, made In the
home bv using an ordinary coffee
grinder or a meat grinder, offers one
nrArtirnl wav to save sweet potatoes
from RDoilinc. according to food
Racialists of the United States De
partment of Agriculture. A quart of
dried potatoes will make a cup of the
flour, or meal, -which is useful in inak
in rprtain hot breads, cakes, and
TTo make the flour tho potatoes
should be cut into small lengthwise
pieces and thoroughly dried cither In
rtrlor that fits on the top of an oven
or warming closet or spread on racks
In a current of air from an electric
fan. The thoroughly dried potatoes
are passed once or twice througn
coffee erinder or the nut knife of
food chonner and the product siftc
The flour looks much like fine corn
meal, and keeps for some time in
in a stove drier potatoes have bee
dried out satisfactorily in one and
one-half days, the drier being over a
gas stove used at intervals during
the day and unlighted at night. In a
warming oven potatoes dry in about
two and one-half days, but are of
How To Use The Flour
In cake or bread making the sweet
potato flour may take the place of
one-half of the flour usually used. In
cakes sugar can be reduced a nine.
As a thickening agent it has the
same power as cornstarch.
The recipes which follow have been
tested by specialists of the United
States Department of Agriculture and
found to be excellent.
Sweet-Potato Flour Waffles
1 cup .sweet-potato flour.
1 cup white flour.
1V4 teaspoons salt.
1 cups milk.
1 tablespoon melted shortening.
4 fpnsnnnns baking powder.
Separate the egg. Beat the yolk
mil arid the milk, melted shortening
and drv ingredients. Then fold in the
eec-white beaten very light. 15ake
on hot, well-greased waffles irons un
til golden brown. Serve at once with
butter and sirup. This will fill a
waffles Iron (for four waffles) 'six
Baking-Powder Biscuits With
cup sweet-potato flour.
cup white flour.
2 teaspoons baking powder.
2 tablespoons shortening.
V. rain milk.
Sift the first four ingredients, rub
In shortenine with tips of fingers.
Make a well in center and mix in
ulnwlv the linuid until a soft dough
is formed. Toss on a floured board
and roll to the thickness of one-half
an inch. Cut and bake in a quick
oven 20 or 25 minutes.
taich tho soda has been dissolved.
ift flour and spices. Heat well and
bake In well-greased muffin pans in
moderate oven for 30 minutes, mis
amount makes 11 cakes.
i cup milk.
ltt cups white flour.
y, cud sweet-potato meal.
2 teaspoons baking powder.
y teaspoon salt.
Vt teaspoon vanilla
Cream shortening, add sugar and
cream into the shortening. Add beat
en egg, then the milk, and lastly the
dry ingredients. Koll, cut, ana nam-.
For drop cookies use equal pans oi
sweet potato meal and white flour,
making 1 cup of each.
y3 cup shortening.
2 tablespoons milk.
Vs cup wheat flour.
Vs cup sweet- potato flour.
2 teaspoons baking powder.
Pinch of salt.
y3 cup raisins stoned and cut
li teaspoon cloves.
4 teaspoon nutmeg.
Cream the shortening, add sugar
m-nriimllv. raisins, and egg, well neai
THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1917.
Latest News By Wireless
(Continued from Page Ttvo.)
EMPLOYES OF TRAITOROUS TAPER SENTENCED
Paris Mav 16 Marion, assistant manager of tlie Bonnet Rouse
sentenced 'to 10 years hard lalior. Landau, a reporter, 8 years; Jmtcla
a reimrtcr, 5 years; Goldskv. with military degradation ; Jean Lay
mariea, former director in ministry of interior, 2 years hard lahor.
uifmiiTFl) FRENCH LOSS INCORRECT
London, May 16 Hard fighting at Hill 44 which French continue
. 1. 1 1 W ".1 t.,t( C.ormnK ne was lielieved.
Admiralty restrictions of navigation of North Sea on account ot
Cnl.l nmv effective. Shins are not allowed to leave after dark in
prescribed areas between Scotland and Norway.
I . . rir'r.'v'l! ttfHtni.V
LEGISLATURE TO HO.NUK yui o mmv.w
j AT THE THEATERS
Honolulu" May 16 Legislature will hold memorial service Sun- flst8. He enters the re
,y II KawiiW A fjagMsssf-
ITALIANS P.EA1 LACK AUMMAAS picture opens with Ja
Italian Headquarters, May 16 Austrian eltor s to recapture mum
Corno and to reopen way through Valarsa related y repulsed.
FAST WORK IN SHIP I'.UILDING
Philadelphia. Mav 16 The Tuckahoe is a record ship. as dehv-
.d to shipping board .ready tor cargo 10 u n
Washimrton! May" 16-Post office employees drawing from $800 consents, (n0 Jf"0" att Jatjnfpd
,o $1,500 are to get increase of 15 nercu uo?(lfmm. Intcrna, and Jack delivers the knockout blow
ou 01 iu .j, 1 1 ine managers ten mm umi u- '
Jack Pickford and Louise Huff In
Jack and Jill" Story With
Another five-reel feature, with Jack
rickford and Louise Huff in the lead
ing roles. A typical rickford-Huff
story, offering opportunity for both
to present themselves in true fashion.
"Jack and Jill" is the title. It was
written by Margaret Turnbull, who
has contributed many of Paramount
successes to the screen, and adapted
by Gardner Hunting. The picture
was produced under the direction ui
William D. Taylor. Jack Pickford
has the role of Jack Hanney, who has
set out to win his fortune with nis
roped arena ior
obtain enough no
ise Huff.) The
picture opens with Jack ana J in
standing in front of a motion picture
theater debating whether or no iney
shall spend the price of admission.
While discussing this important mat
ter the manager of an athletic club
nnnroaches Jack and offers him a
good proposition if he will fight. Jack
1 axes ior ye.n uiuiuS ju.. w ,u:rA
revenues, including income and excess profit taxes amount to two-third
en. mix anu siu ury iiimun. .- uunon uuudi. ....r ,,.r i?vm.'rTrn cnnv
aua to nrst mixture, w mi.... A.U i 1 1 rK Ji. uiiivin'v v-""11"" , . . .
British Army Headquarters, May 10-lncrcascu ucrn..m
, i BnrtU P.rit sh u d sectors. Renewal of
tiient on noin uuhmi nn. ......
main offensive is expected at any time
a bout on.'lomlli inch tlucK. I'lace on
greased pan and bake in moderate
oven until brown. Hake 20 minutes.
Makes "I hermits.
i cup shortening.
i cup white flour.
cup sweet-potato flour.
VI teaspoon salt.
3 teaspoons baking powder.
Cream shortening, add sugar and
well- beaten egg. Mix and silt nour
and baking powder and add alternate
ly to first mixture witn tne num. mine
in trroased muUlnS tins iv miuuiea.
Makes 10 cakes.
1 cup sugar.
1 tablespoon lemon juice.
4 teaspoon salt.
cup sweet-potato flour.
cup white flour.
Grated rind of Vi lemon.
Beat yolks until thick, add sugar
gradually and continue beating. Add
lemon juice, rind, and wnue oi i-ssa
killed his opponent and offer him $25
to leave'town. Jack takes the money
and leaves for New York. New York
HnnKn't nnnral to him and after many
adventures he finds himself in a ranch
town in Texas. He boasts or wnai
ho accomplished in the fighting game
in the East and the cowboys arrange
with some friendly Mexicans to call
his bluff. What happens and how
v.ere unable to penetrate further. TV eip.i?pT , ' Jii0hVr follow ' Jack
. . r. i, - r ff ,i Pnkheviki leader has captured and Jill are united and settle down
it,,- . n hi Ui Ferncno i. anti-loisne iki nauii, - i , tn ,nrlI,inKB.
Karinkava. a railroad junction, and engineers sent ? 'F
retreating before him. Bolshcviki throughout whole district in Siberia
are starving for lack of transportation.
UKRAINIANS GET EKLvvniiAo
HUN AIRCRAFT REACH PARIS SUBURBS
Paris, May 16 Enemy's aircraft bombarded Pans suburbs but
in tho little ranch town to happiness
Jack Pickford an4 Louise Huff at
the Maui Theaters in "Jack ana Jin
during the coming weekl
In "A Little Princess," Mary Pick
. , . ...:.i, P,,c.
.r 1 TT1 l,i.-. rnni- l P( ariTHMlLC Willi ix."--"
Moscow, May iu uw.a ..... , ation is trying to con- ford plays another charming role from
sinns and Germans on Kursk front. Russian legation i.j. , v depicting the story of Sara
Crewe, known to thousands or read
ers of Mrs. Burnett s novels
birth he father died, an.l LadfTjlly
Rent he little daughter to hrrysWTernal
grandmother, who had a country
estate in the north of Kngland, while
Lady Holly looked about, ior new neiu
to conquer. She married a wealthy
Englishman, whose business toon nun
abroad most of his married life, leav
ing Lafly Holly to spend her time with
fast and fashionable conipaions.
"Happiness," Triangle Play,
Stars Enid Bennett
Knid nennett will be presented in
her third starring play, "Happiness."
a comedv drama by C. Gardner Sul
livan, at the Maui Theaters next week.
mikb Ponnett demonstrates her ver-
satilitv by playing a role entirely dif
ferent than that in "Princess of the
Dark" or "Little Brother. tne is a
Philadelphia heiress, whom the Sun-
lay newspapers Have aesennen hh
tlie richest and most snobbish girl
in America." As a matter oi laci, sue
s so restricted by smug conventions
hat she has no opportunity to make
friends. Ilecause of her reputation
for priggishness she meets a coiu n
ception from students at the college
which she attends, i.cr n-.u mwi'i
ness begins whon she meets a boy
who Is working his way uirougn cui
lege by taking in washing.
A notable Ince caste supporis i in-
star. Charles Winn appears ms iuo
"college washerman . inline ineini.i
Salter, the eight-year-old star, acts as
his partner in the "soapsuds trust".
Gertrude Claire, famous as the sweet
faced mother in "The cowaru . me
Wolf Woman", "The Crab" and other
plays, will scarcely be rccognizea as
the owlish old governrss v " nnn"
after the girl. Andrew Arbuckle Is
the bluff, jovial uncle who sets the
girl free of stupid conventionalities
with which her nrisiocrauc num.
Adele Pelgrade. has surrounoea ncr.
Jack Gilbert, as a dapper conego
chappie, is another ot tne oosi nice
players who figures in this whimsical
The production was mimn.
ginald Barker and photographed by
Robert Newhardt. Robert Bunton
was in charge of the art direction.
dude armistice, on other fronts. , nT. cry vES
AMERICANS GIVING GOOD ACCOUNT 'Of SEVU,
American Army in France, May ' f f t,, Meisncr
Sgt. Patterson, of Pennsylvanta ; Cant Norman Hall , U lej"
Edw. Rickcnbacker, ana iormci nuW t
cd communications under fire.
1'enneti; Mkrrf California, downs German plane
Germans heavily barraged Americans northwest of foul but made
beaten dry. When whites are partial- infantry attacks. American reconnaissance piauc -
... ,,-iiv, ,-.,i.a fnlrt in flour and ,
salt. Bake in lightly greased pan 40 'ncmy trenencs. TTVT DAD FORBES INCUBUS
I l I V I iXVT S ' . . , . . . I
minutes in a slow oven. 1-. c, cl,,r.on ntroduced permuting gov-
rSre'Sceuof pubiic work vacant without Forbes
Sweet-Potato Flour Pudding
1 tablespoon butter (if desired.)
1 pint milk.
Vs teaspoon salt.
3 tablespoons sugar.
1 teaspoon vanilla.
3 tablespoons sweet-potato flour
For chocolate pudding, add
sranrps to pnch Pint of milk.
Reserve a portion of the milk and
nut the remainder in the upper pi
of the double boiler with the sugar i,
fnnd chocolate.) When the milk
scalding hot (and the chocolate melt
tesignat.on. BUILDING PROGRESSING WELL
otalfing 159 ships, completed and
Mav 16. (Official)-Sli.pi..ng boGM Has '
u" "." : -"V.cinn r.r.7.000 tons completed since januaiy i.
' a.. " ' , ; " w eadv increase through period. Large con-
art " , ".,-': f mnnv new sin vards.
truction just starteo i w.m um.u. - rVCtKUY
is f"oxt;KiLri iiu ijxw.
SSKSliSf If The Little Princess IS
A Sure Sign
Jim McKay's baby is beginning to
talk already, and it can't bo much
more than six months old. At any
rate, one of Jim's friends says he sat
alongside of Jim in a light-lunch cafe
the other dav and overheard Jim say,
absent-mindedly, to the waitress:
Dimme a iinky water p ease. i n.i-
adelphia Evening Ledger.
Doughnuts With Sweet-Potato. Flour
14 tablespoons shortening.
Vt cup milk.
2 teaspoons baking powder.
14 teaspoon cinnamon.
1 teaspoon salt.
14 cups sweet-potato flour.
114 cups white flour.
Ii cup of each kind of flour for
Cream butter and add sugar grad
ually. Beat the eggs well and add to
butter mixture. Mix the dry ingredi
ents and add to mixture, with the
milk. Knead slightly on well-floured
board and roll 14 inch thick. Cut
and fry in deep fat until golden brown
Drain on paper. Cover with powder
on R.iiTAr This amount made 28
1 cup sugar.
1 tablespoon shortening.
y cup sour milk.
14 teaspoon soda, dissolved in milk.
V4 teaspoon salt.
14 teaspoon allspice.
1 teaspoon cinnamon.
1 cup sweet-potato flour.
14 cup white flour.
Miv Rhortenine and sugar. Add
well-beaten eggs, then sour milk in
has been mixed with the re
milk. Stir until It
which cook over boiling water 30
minutes. Add the salt and vanilla
Pour into wet molds, cover with a
cloth, and put in a cool place until
it is firm. Turn from the mold and
serve with cream or fruit juices.
Use above recipe, adding 14 tea
spoon vanilla, tablespoon sugar,
and pinch of salt. Freeze.
The plain cream without the choc
olate made with less flour to make
a thinner cream is good served with
sliced fruit, such as bananas, or as a
custard with fruit gelatine pudding.
San Francisco. May 16, (Official)-The concrete sicam r -
. trip u
The Faith is now loaded with 300 tons
nri i nrt,! thn sweet-notato flour which ' .. ,r:m 11fw eves of eovcrnment experts
... . i ..iintnj ...ovpc ci rrpss u v ll 3a i"r J mi
serveu i. uui vu ,,t;n;n(T extent government win ei.-
fhirlrr-ns. after fipcirirnT this hlial test Deiuic uciv"""s " , , ..... irm 4c
I .v. .-
ctone shin construction
IMMliNoL, uu . ,,p1inn vvnrks wiU i,c surpassed
, WM' '"I SSei o'rdnaK-e acto y munition plant which steel Hodgson BurneTt
bv worlds ereatest oranante iaciu.v i,if .;n mvrr nia nfhirh have
t- "wt-a to construct on Weviue lsianu. .a... ... H"
iruM iu. - Tu:,i ct - l.e more titan
Inner ml t.J llO riVCI. xuinui v.-v
j i .:it- Innor nn Ohio river.
:b"t.;; ,.lant starts immediately.
FRENCH MAKE GAINS
NOTICE OF MEETING
Industrial Accident Board
The . monthly meeting of the In
ilnsiriiil Accident. Board for the Coun
ty of Maui will be held in the wai
luku District Court Room, Wailuku,
next Tuesday morning, May lst.,
at 10:30 o'clock. All persons having
business with the Board are asked to
W. A. MeKAY, Chairman.
TrR.Inn Mav 15 German artillery increased tins mon.8 u
-""'v ' J ... . T I. II K 1 11 1 IOW I
.crt and north ot Kemmel. rrenu. -i -
. 1 . A nil n-net i.inK Ol IIIC HIV. "" -l
ic-ns anu ui-iui u :V -, ltween Montdi-
y counter attacks. vioiem mgiu u.,.....
dier and Noyons
"Spring's on her way,"
Said Mr. Boff;
"But have a care,
Don't take 'em off!"
ATTRACTIONS FOR THIS WEEK AT THE
T i .Ji.'iJ.-
Saturday, May lSth.
The Master Magician
Presenting two hours of Mystery.
The Old, The New and The Tiger Too.
Sunday, May 19th.
JACK PICKFORD and LOUIS HUFF
in "JACK AND JILL"
And "WHO IS NUMBER ONE?"
Fatty Arbuckle in a Paramount
Monday, May 20th.
Presents an Entire Change of
The Musical Flight, Etc.
Wednesday. May 22nd.
MARY PICKFORD in
"THE LITTLE PRINCESS"
A'so, Vengeance And The Woman"
And, "Pathe News"
Sara Crewe is a girl of about the
RiimA nero as ''Rebecca" and those
whose hearts were captivated by Miss
Pickford's performance In that classic,
will see America's sweetnean in an
other role eaually delightful.
Fnr. almost fifty yeairs tTanoes
aett has oen writing
have entertained many
thmic-inrin nf readers, ll 1886 her
story, "Little Lord Fauntleroy," estab-
llchori her na one. of the most SUCCeSS-
ful of writers of exquisite stories of
rhtid life. Her novel of "Little Lord
wmintierov" was followed by a nun
ber of others of this type, amng them
being the story of Sara crewe,
The latter is a girl of twelve, who
hna been reared in Bombay, India,
and she is taken by her tamer, ay
tain Crewe, to an English boarding
cnhnnl with the news of the death
l-.icrn dttcv A1AKTKG KINGS Inf rnntnin Crewe and the loss of his
t i ivt, i i r,rnn,i mners declare Austrian and German fortune. Sara is relegated to the
London, May 15 Oerman papers ucc.d.c monarchs menial position ot a common slavey
meeting at German ereat headquarters, selected monarens memai p eirl8-school, where
' I itlutania Courland, Esthonia and Poland. sne l3 forced to do all of the drudge
.01. Lithuania, , ROUTE OPENS , WOrk and submit to the unkindnesses
. ,. is ' Aimlnne mail service begun. President ot the hypocritical and cruel matron
asiiiugiui., "v:v 7 7i-of the establishment.
:-.nd wife witnessed start ot initial iubiu. pctnv. Tho adventures of Mary Pickford
Moscow, May 15 Russian Soviet torces iook rcta.u. ag Crewo Jn tne role of a scull.
mdor driving out Huns. ' miAW cry maid, her lonely position, hunger
..nuor cirninj, VROVIvCES WOULD FIGHT GERMAN and craving f0P sympathetic compan-
. . i - tbnt war at
Amsterdam, May 1 5-Voss.sc. s -J-, " " v'
iVnuni' ins .een nrociaimeu ai an....",, --, niivr
v,w j . ,.,,t in tlie order OI minus w " , a
u nrr riv in II. Tllllllir. illiuhiucji
i it i in Princpss" should provide Mary
east. , rM,-,.-lc r.tntimr ronfeivncc I pinirfnrd with one of the most intl-
Replying to telegrams irom impc. - - human roleg whlch ohe ha8
was Harmonious uic - , . . rd regard ng 'et ponrayea ior iue bui
established in detail discussion to our on entire accord rcga.u i,
a:ms which guide us ..mnnk. 1V tttssIA "Her Greatest Love," the new
SHORT CROPS OUTLOOK IN Uf S . ,ftl 8Uper de lux wllHam fox I
c - iiin Mav 15 Less than half tillal. e land in KUsia . founded on Ouida's no-
.minin? in control of Bo shev ki will be cultivated mis , ..Moths," Miss Theda Dura
.n huro w remaining in com roi oi unsettled conditions of ree'ach the height of her artistic
ear owing to general unrest among peasants, career in her impersonations of a
I-in.l distribution, and shortage in i''r.n J1 T.'1" lt wir-wv voung. unsophisticated English coun-
" -r . i i t & xt nn? i J a i ' ii Willi i iiiviVL. i i ; . , , , .
kS-CALLASUS ii. i,-;m1 try girl, ana later uai oi a woman
'" ... nimcfc tieare. I oreii:" i .... .. ,,i v,na i n . i T. Iftpn liv
M ..,. a ov li i rans-aucasus uupv- t - m,r- i-ijr ou. u.i
OstOW, iiay IJ 1 . ... 'r..,1.w nr,l,in nmnllnns. Mlsa lam shows
a versatility that has seldom been
. . .rr...:lI- onnnlnd in nhoto-draiua art. Her chap
Ari., May 15 Twenty-one prominent mining ..k -., I u;urlzaUon of Vcre IIerbert , ev.
' . J ..i t nid.fo nn federal indictments ... t,,.., nnei,.,
SICU ttl. A 1 1 ' " V .... . mi'UI-C LUUb diWO ... . H
employees, and business men arre
Tuesday, May 21st.
THEDA BARA In
'HER GREATEST LOVE"
Tluir(lay, M ly 23rd.
IRENE FEN WICK
in "CHILD OF DESTINY"
Also, Pearl White in "The Fatal Ring"
And, "Pathe News"
Friday, May 24id.
ENID BENNET in
And, "His Night Stand", Triangle
i-nm-tatinns of I. W. .s last juiy ii.
y Brr m"tRY I ANE STILL MAY COME TO ISLANDS
MvUvblAia M.NUOii i,.n;nfr for an extended
deDth of feeling and emotion entire'
ly foreign to one who has male vam
pire roles famous the world over.
The story oi " iier ureatest L.ove
one of deep human appeal. It tells
, .f , Hermit he Will extend ins "'I' l" or tlie maneuvnng anu uie iiuuiiina-
war siaecbes . war coJ,Uo1nbJ.dW n legislation now before tions and the subtle intrigue of a
-.vaii to study land matters there involved in at typical society "butterfly" anxious to
.,.,,,,, ,An niake an advantageous marriage for
congress. ,.TT,,,, , . T rnvnFATNS TRAITOR hr ilmiliT. In doina so she even-
CUUKKU'lMiaK , -'.ntvnnnllilp IICWS- ...11 .V,mnu .wn hnr fhilrt'a hun.
Six oiher defendants given two years each. McNamara, ?..my wcre known
lai eXeCUllc 1,1 iv j imuuftuuut iuivvb.
was ine uaugnier oi
in 1 louse oi iJiiiunJi., & . Lady Dolly, a pleasure-loving ;ngiisn
ciuite satisiactory since jai.uaij . woman who has married a minister,
- I 1 I . . . . . . I .... I. , . .
frntttiuued an ra(e Uigni J veres iamcr. onoruy auer vere
of tne Born Label
are worthy of your
confidence for wc
can't afford to risk
our refutation on
any fabric of un
certain tailoring and
You may choose your
pattern now from a line
unlimited in variety of
weave and color.
And you'll find our
brico very reasonable.
(fciitfant Bam JQor)
Maui Drygoods & Grocery
K. HACHIDAS-C store
Th But In Town
And a Up-To-DuU Soda Fountain
Civ Us a Trial
UaRKET STREET, i WAILUKU.