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m lyJ VAIL poober Saves Eggs In recipes for cake, muffins, corn 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 2 cop Hoar 4 teaspoons Royal Baking Powder 4 teaspoon saH 2 tableepoona horteninc 2 tablespoons soger S cup milk DIRECTION la1,, and sift dry ingredients. Add melted shortening and enough milk to make very stiff batter. Spread S inch thick in greased pan, add top mixture and bake about ft hour in moderate oven. The old method called for 2 eggs 2 tablespoons flour I tablespoon cinnamon TOP MIXTURE 4 tablespoons sugar 4 tablespoons shortening DIRECTIONS Mi dry ingredients: rub In the shortening, and spread thickly over top of dough before baking. (New book of recipes which economize in eggv and other pvpensiva ingredients mailed free. Address Royal Baking ( wder Co., 135 William Street, New York, U. S. A. .oysl Baking Powder is made from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes, and adds none but healthful qualities to the food. No Alum No Phosphate uorr fits - - - n I S. Suraly there is nothing in "" which to high a standard of parity is so necessary as in the household milk supply. Medical authorities hare for , Tears preached the act thai ordinary milk is too often a menace it is laden with disease-bearing germs and responsible for much of the disease of to-day. - -. And yet a perfectly sterile and gna-free supply of the richest, f purest (full cream) milk is always available for too direct from the eonotrjr lfhose dairy produce because it is the beetln'qdality brings the highest prices in the world's markets. , The milk used in Highlander Condensed Milk is drawn from cowl from the rich pastures of Southland, New Zealand. Infinite care, scrupulous cleanliness, the most modern scientific methods care fully tested cows from specially selected herds all these combine to produce Highlander the Condensed Milk that sets a new standard of quality. ' - ' Ilare yon tried Highlander ? you owe it to yourself to do so, i There's a Free copy of the Highlander Cookery Book awaiting yon nearly 200 beautifully illustrated pages of practical, economi cal tested recipes. -Sana tout name and address to-day to :Highlandarf"bepttett -A"- a grtm a. wawrea. 1.1a, aibu, neaeiaia. I -Highlander,-Deptteei. -a- III J . Trta t- WaMrea, Ltd., Aitats. Heielela. II I iiilliiJWRlii UUU 1 i ii ll II I S H S hMdkHBHiaBBaa! j SOS "Skuf f ers" IT ICIV All All children' romping shoes. .Prices according to sizes, $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.'00 CANVAS TAN CALF BLACK CALF . Rubber. Neolin, Buckskin or Oak Leather Soles See them at Mclnerny Shoe Store Fort Street. IHR-BULLtl N 75 CENTS PER MONTH r,IAUI TO SPEND AB0UTSI00.0G0 IN SIX MONTHS Has This Amount on Hand for Next Six Months; Each Dis trict to Do Its Share (Special Star Bulletin Correspondence.) WAILLKT, Maui. July 21 From now on each district in the county ij to start the semi-annual period know ing exactly how much money It is to have for permanent improvements This xlicy was decided upon by the board of supervisors, which finishei its work on the appropriation bill 01 Tuesday. According to the estimates the coun ty will have about $73,iK for per manent improvements during the six months period ending December Ci, 1917. The amount haa been divided among the districts ana the district overseers are to be notified that thev will be held within the limit set. According to outline, the money will be spent as iollow: Makawao I'aia-Makawao road months, $17."m per month ?, liridgfs in Kula 5,00? Waiialani relocation l.ooo San:tariini ;m ; ro enients ... i,00.) Total 123,50c Waiiuku Wailuku-Lahaina road $7,50. Wailuku-Lahaina road bridges 6,001 Vinevard street txtension ... i.o.'O Malnlani hisiital (new wards) 0,000 Total 521,000 Lahaina Macadam. Papalaau, $750 per month $4,500 Macadam, Mala, $1000 per mo. 6,00'; Fire apparatus 1.000 Kahana iipe line 2,000 Total $13,500 Hana Mahailua approaches $1,000 Dressing and oiling Puuikl road 3.000 Waikuaiki trail (new) 2,000 Total $6,000 Molokai Approach to Pukoo wharf .... $1,000 General Oil spreader $1.00C Crushing plant .. 1.750 Gas engine 60,3 Oil heater, larga 1,000 Oil heater, small 60.' Truck, Makawao waterworks 500 Meters L00 Total $6,950 The road items in the above allow ances are for new construction. A to tal of $22,000 will be spent for main tenance work, from the general funu as follows: Makawao, $9000; Wailuku, $4500; Lahaina, $2500; Hana, $3500, Molokai, $3000. There is also a balance in the road tax fund of $20,333.96. to which $6000 In taxes will probably be added, mak ing a total of $26,533.56. Exclusive of aoproDriations for per "manent improvements, roads and schools, the estimated expenditures oi the county for the present six montnb are $101,652. The school fund amounts to $14,281.03. LANE'S LETTERS ON FICTITIOUS YARNS GIVEN ATTENTION 4 . -f That ex-Mayor John C. Lane's let ters to other mayors throughout the country advising them that the dan gers popularly associated with a trip to the islands were generally fictiti ous, are eettlne attention, is shown by a letter and a clipping which the Promotion committee, through b. A. RAmdt. received this morning from Mayor Harry L. Davis of Cleveland. The following is the clipping from a Cleveland paper and the accompany ing letter: Germanv's U-boats have not si lenced a single ukulele in Hawaii. They have not raised by one penny the cost of Dicking hot rolls off the bread fruit tree. Honolulu's mayor, John C. Lane, said so in a letter to Mayor Davis received vesterday. "Dissipate the unfounded fears of any of . your people who might visit our islands save for terror of the sub marines." Lane wrote. ' They are not submarines just whales, which dis port themselves off our coast" "Lane enthusiastically described the delights of life in the south seas as being wholly unchanged by" the war. Travel on the Pacific ocean is quite safe, he said. Davis is spread ing the news through this story." ' City of Cleveland. 'Office of the Mayor. "July 3, 1917. 'Hon. John C. Lane, ".Vaycr City and County of Honolulu, HonoJulu, T. H. "My Dear Sir: "In compliance with your request of May 2cth recently received we ac quainted the newspapers of Cleveland with the contents of your letter. ' I am herewith enclosing the news paper arrount. Vcrdially yours, "HARRY L. DAVIS, "Mayor." e QUARTET OF ISLANDERS TO FIGHT FOR ALLIES SMS Ti) MSi KG OF HERO INTO QUARANTINE chuman Carriage Co., in In junction Suit, Puts Question of Removal of Farm Cattle Up to the Local Courts On file in circuit court today, and scheduled for hearing this afternoon is a suit for injunction in which tije Schuman Carriage Co. seeks to re strain the territorial board or agri culture and forestry from moving tue Farm dairy herd from Moiliili. where anthrax first appeared in the heni. to the territorial quarantine station at Ala Moana. Circuit Judge Ashford signed the temporary injunction shortly before 4 o'clock yesterday after it had been presented by the law firm of An drews and Pittman. counsel for th carriage compary. Decision to move the Farm dairy herd to Ala Moana was reached by Pr. Victor A. Norgaard, territorial veterinarian, nearly a month ago and after 35 animals had died of anthrax. The princiial complaint of the Schu man Carriage Co. is that it now has a number of mules which have bee-i impounded at Ala Moana for the sta tutory quarantine detention period, the contention of the company beiug that the mules might be laid open to ir.Iection with anthrax if the Farm cattle were moved to the vicinity. Another question raised by the com plaint is the advisability of moving from ground which has been legallv declared infected with anthrax a iart,o number of animals to a location where privately owned animals, imported from out the territory, are forced to spend the usual quarantine period FORTY CASES ON POLICE CALENDAR The Honolulu detective bureau and the police were more than usually busy Saturday night and Sunday, and a calendar of 40 cases was called for disposition in the district court yes terday morning. The calendar did not include a number of cases which are still under investigation by the detectives. Paul Kane is booked for investiga tion on a charge of having indorsed a check for $2.50 with the name ot his employer, Joseph A. Victor. Kamata was apprehended leaving the Hert8che-Ables garage with seVen auto tires in his possession, say the police. John Fluker, a soldier, is charged with having gone into an Oriental Jewelry store near the railroad sta tion and stoten a $55 go!d watch. Three Filipinos are held on suspi cion of having robbed the Sakai store at Waiahol arly on the morning of July 19; lUUtl l i t a - t tA m ,iUi HOI rnnne mav mi AUSTIJAI.IAN CASUALTIES -TOTAL 60,793 SINCE WAR By Associated Press MELBOURNE, Australia, July 10. -The Australian casualties from '.he beginning of the war up to May 21, 1917, were 60,793, according to a state mentment issued by the defense de partment. They were divided as fol lows: Dead. 24.106; wounded, 31,585; missing, 5,102. It was explained that the men listed as wounded did not include those who had gone back to the trenches. If f I UUIM 1! NOW BE SAVED Mrs. A. L. Andrews Designated' By Woman's Committee to ; Be in Charge of This Work j Taking Ae initial step toward ; branching out and dividing up its. work among the several members,! the woman's committee of the terri ! torial food commission, at a meeting J yesterday afternoon, assigned Mrs. A. L. Andrews to take charge of the fCtual demonstration of food saving and food conservation. The other members of the committee will have s.ecial work assigned to thm within the next few days. According to Mrs. A. C. Alex.icder, chai-rr.an, tho committee is planning a Mies of practical demonstrations of Lev food may be best conserved, how local products may be utilized for food purposes, and how odds and ends jf lood may be used li creat ing attractive and appetizing dishes for the table. The Y. W. C. A. may be secured for this purpose and the foff.m;1 tee ir.tonds to get in touch with uil of the women or tho city and urge them to attend the den.on strations. The question cf sr'os'it'iting gra ham for white bread when practicable was discussed at some length at the meeting yesterday. In this cor.nertion Mrs. Alexander eays: "It is only a matter of taste and many people really prefer gra'aim to the white. But if those who do not care for the former would only try it, say one meal a day, they would perform a patriotic service, and what is more, they would be likely to find in time that they like it as well as the other. "The part of the wheat grain that is discarded and turned into stock feed, when white flour is manufac tured, actually is a valuable food, probably as necessary to the human system al that amount of white Hour which man eats' in its stead." .-au iiliii i.m ,i,,M HE At 2: 15 o'clock U ' rm At 7:40 fctMk TRIANGLE-INCE CO. PRESENTS Frank Keenan and Mary Boland Star of "THE COWARD" and WAfTS WOMEN -in- "STEPPING STONES" A strong dramatic production which la aura to maka a lasting imprta Ion on your mind. DO NT FAIL TO SEE THIS. Fay Tinchcr in "LOVE'S GETAWAY" KEYSTONE KOMEDY. .You will ramombar Fay Tlnchar aa tha girl who starred with Da Wolf Hopper In "Don Quixote" ajid "Sunshine) Dad." Two reela of funny mixupa on a railroad train. Pathe Colorfllm (Natural Colore). Pricca: 10, 20, 30 Cants Coming Wednesday June Caprice in the "MISCHIEF MAKER." MOE-COLLINS NUPTIALS. Miss Agnes H. Collins, who for the past two years has been superin tendent of nurses at Queen's hos pital, and Sgt. William Moe, United States Signal Corps, were married Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Warriner, who were the witnesses. The ceremony was per formed by Minister David C. Peters, pastor of the Christian church. Sgt. and Mrs. Moe will reside at Royal Grove, Waikiki. Sgt. Moe, who is attached to the local United States army signal corps, recently qualified for a commission in the army, and his name has been forwarded to Washington with the recommendation that he be made an officer. KAUAI GIRL WILL WED mm wsmm At 7:40 o'clock 7 spire At7:40.'llt THEODORE ROBERTS AND MAUDE FEALY in 'The American Consul9 A story of Patriotism, Loyalty and Love Second Big Chaptar af "THE GREAT SECRET" Get the Serial Habit. This Will Hold Your Interest to tha Last Chapter PRICES: 10, 20, 30 Cent. PHONE 5060. BOXES: SO Cents Mrs. William Hastie of Eleele Kauai, announces the engagement - of her daughter Marlon to Mr. lmer Jay GalusUa of Honolulu, -nf t t-t e a, tehJ 1 The General and Universal Film SERVICES. Dr .:" Matinees (except Saturdays and Holidays) from 1:00 to 4:00 o'clock. Saturday and Holiday Matinees from 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 o'clock. rvenings (two shows) 6:30 and 8:45 o'clock. PICTURES CHANGED DAILY. Prices: 10, 15 Cents. mm At :40 o'clock V N nWMlti yy iujiiuiii 1 At 7:40 o'clock .'.nntvom a. yj43 -fe?fctti Special Vaudeville Program FEATURING MISS MARGARET CLARENCE i In Popular Songa and Dancsa FLORENCE MAYO The Graceful Performer in tha Trambleleen Pad " WILLI E CLARENCE The Funny Rube THE FLYING MAYOS Tha Daring Aerial Artists (Engagement extended due to numerous requests). Also: Tha Tri angle Fine Arte Players present LILLIAN GISH , : . The Fascinating and Popular Film' Star In -SOLO FOR MARRIAGE " ' Keystone Comedy, featuring Mack Swain In "VAMPIRE AMBROSE one contlnuoua . laughA . Prices: 10, 20 and 30 Cents. . Reserved, Seats, 60 Centa. Phone 393? Tor neicrviiign. . . V ' 1 . - - , .- - - - ..... . , - f Beautiful Assortment Oriental Goods of THE GHERKY 1137 Fort St To join the already long list of men from the territory who have gone to fight the Germans, Adam Scott, team luna, and James Costorphine, book keeper, both of the Paauilo plantation, will leave on the next steamer for Canada and enlist. Two others who have already left are Arthur D. Gor don and George P. Johnson, who went last week on the Niagara. .!. efts iMiMiiiiimmmi mii mt; Alier Ins two tree for a Lifetime fflftvlC Marine ! for Tlrsd Byea. Red rilOYI69 aTM-ttore area 6raaala,twl 2 Z aBMMIK' BrU4a. Boata Bofreaac Restorea. Murine ia favorite Treataeat : for Bjaa that feel try aad amait. &ie four r Bra aa macn of xour lorine care aa you s Teeth and with the earn reg alarttr. s cue fm not. res unn nt iev rrra e : Sole at Urt aad Optical More or bj Mail. JUk BarhM En BeBN 6a, CMcetm, tm BMk S SiMiiMiMNM MaamaainiawaNJaMMNNiMWRNtMiv HERE ARE T7 TT VT FACTS ! Every Merchant In The Territory Should Examine Them Carefully The sworn statement of the Star-Bulletin, made belore a Notary Public, April 4th, 1917, shows that our average daily paid circulation for the preceding six months was 6027 The sworn statement of the morning paper, made before a Notary Public April 9, 1917, shows that its average daily paid circulation for theprecedingsixmonths was 5301 -. - " Our Paid Circulation for (0) Saturday, July 21, 1917 was '