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(IMTARMNM1 SATURDAY FOOD SPECIALS K' CHEF St The scLooner Ktnap is due to sail toda . I . HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, FRIDAY. At'OFST 10. A daughter was iorn jrs.enlay to Mr. and .Mrs. Manuel I. Hajari' :: f , ."1i; Mase'.ian street. ,u a.uii::i i. A tun. w ho in en i.jlm-1 Ra; mund AllxTt, .if u -ii on edresday t Mr and Mr:.. .JuM-pn S .', .! 14. ,1 K akmi road. Mr. and Mr?. Alexander Mrnoii of Wilder aenue. l( orned at th.1 Queens lioi'ii'il n V.VducfJy the arrival of a n Following an .iinesa f h "cral months. Jack ri. Kalckiela Luh re turned to his duti as diK-f tU-rk ,f Dep'1'y Sheriff Ar'hi ofMc- Fredcrii k Goblin.:, formerly r rx: ;.lo ed at T. H Davids & Co.. ":.s oinJ id in the Hritlrh nffenniv.- linn gust 1, arcoiditiK to his relative r-io I.eahi Chapter N -. O. K. S.. w;!I Kive a whint part thin evening at the liomc of Mr. II WU iums. Member- 1 the l-laloha -aid Har jnony Chapter an- invited t l " i res ent. William Edwin Nates, chief rr.arh inist's mate, I". S. .V. and Mrs. Hate, of Sierra avenue. Kaim ki. welcomed at their hi :ne last Monday l't a:r:.:il of a son, why has been nana J Charley Arthur. Jessie lluihi. who was appointed bailifl of the supreme court yesterday, will devote his entire time to stup ing law Instead of "politics." I'lui hi intends to become a practising at torney in Honolulu. , After receiving pratique off iort esterday, the Kiyo Maru sailed for Hilo where 710 tons of carpo will be discharged before she resumes the voyage to San Francisco and South . American ports today. Antonio R. Souza, Jr., well-known cattle man and homesteader of Kui aha, Maui, has been in the city on business the past few days and will re turn in the Claudlne this afternoon to his Valley Island, home Procopio Raila and Mrs. Clara Ka maha were married yesterday eve ning by Rev. S. K. Kamalopili, as sistant pastor of Kaumakapili church, the witnesses being Mrs. Libbie K. Kula and Miss Jessie X. Noane. A meeting of he conmissHners of education will be held at 10 o'clock Monday morning in the office of Su perintendent Kinney, when approval of recess appointments and others to be made then will be taken up. Miss Edna L. Allyn, librarian of the library of Hawaii, in her report to the board of trustees, said that the public i taking more interest in her work now than ever before. More people are frequenting the library. Tonight et the meeting of the Elks past exalted rulers will conduct the proceedings. The occasion is the "un veiling of the pictures of all the past exalted rulers and later there will be refreshments and an entertainment. Closing exercises of the summer school were held yesterday in the ter ritorial normal school. The attendance as unusually .large. The island teachers who have been attending the summer school wil lreturn to their homes next week. Nineteen days out from San Fran cisco, the Falls of Clyde. Captain Will iam Smith, arrived .off port early this morning with cargo for the Associated Oil co., of 17,500 barrels of crude on, 500 drums of gasoline and 300 drams of engine distillate. Sherman A. Redding, private in the medical -department, U. S. A., died yesterday In the Department hospital. Fort Shatter. He was unmarried, a native of Michigan, and 24 years old. The body will be sent in the next transport to the mainland for burial. .Two schooners, the Beulah and Louise, now in port with lumber for the City MiU Co., have been sold by their former owner, Joseph R. Know land of Oakland, Cal., to the Califor nia Cod Fishing Co. The sailing or ders have been changed for both the ships and their captains have been In structed to go to Samoa for copra m h.W The Stockinet Covering iff ymy JS&W? " iJJ Intensifies and preserves all Q fcL- the rich, juicy goodness of One of Armour's f&ttfol Baked for dinner, cold for lunch, broiled for breakfast, Armour's Star Ham has the appetite : appeal that never fails. To be sure of best ham, look for Armour's blue and yellow Oval LabeL sSF-SS'iS: AHMOUR-COMPANY FOE SALE BY LEADING GROCERS A full line carried by California Feed Co. and C. Q. Yee Hop & Cn A . I Phone 4121 hon 3451 -'tl(l l!:niIf;MIi:'! ffi i m . 1 1 : -r n ! 1 1 M ! I I ' 1 II 1 Give the Family a Treat g nE Take home a jar or two of the most delicious jam, EE jelly or preserves you ever tasted. Just ask for NEUMANN'S 1 Jams-Jellies-Preserves g EE A big variety of fruits to choose from. EE H A BIG 15-OZ. JAR FOR 25c W Sold by 1 IC. Q. YEE HOP & The House of Quality EE King Street Till !l HAM AND BACON DAY SATURDAY WUd Rose Ham 30c lb. Wild Rose Bacon 36c lb. WUd Rose Picnics 224c lb. Also Lard and "Rex" Canned Meats at Wholesale Prices GEO. A. BELAYEFF IMPORTER AND DISTRIBUTOR 926 Maunakea St., Opp. Territorial Market cargo. The Louise is expected to sail for Samoa Monday. According to a Washington report, Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, wife of the president, is to name all of the former German merchant vessels which w ere taken over in the Pacific after war was declared. against Germany. It is said that she will give all of the ves sels Indian names. The board of commissioners of ter ritorial industrial schools will meet at 3 o'clock this afternoon in Circuit Judge Heen's chambers. The board will resume consideration of the scheme to have the boys' industrial school at Walalee go into the cultiva tion of pineapples on a commercial basis. There are only four cabin passen gers for Honolulu on the T. K. K. liner Siberia Mam, which is due here a week from today, although she has 262 steerage passengers and 710 tons of cargo for this pbrt. Included in the steerage passengers are 87 Fill- i H! ! 1 1 1 i : t i 1 1 1 1 1 1 H H H I H UllU 1 U IHUH II IMUI .11 -V . CO.I Phone 3451 EE llf: pinos. The Siberia sailed from Yoko hama on August S. The following persons have been named as delegates of the Rotary Club for the civic convention which will be held in Honolulu on Septem ber lb. 17 and IS: J. A. Eevan, F. C. Smith, H. Gooding Field, Ed Towse, E. A. Berndt, George H. Angus, Wil liam McKay, Marston Campbell, Rich ard H. Trent and Dr. J. S. B. Pratt. Seven people received automobile licenses yesterday. Of that number, three were licenses to drive Fords. Those receiving licenses were Euclive Buto, 582 N. King, a Thor motorcycle; F. C. Todd. 1202 Kalia road, a Cadillao automobile; Robert Farley, College Walk, School street, a Ford automo bile; Suzanna E. Gregory, John Ena road, a Dodge automobile;. Emily F. Douse, P. O. Station A, Kalmuki, a Ford automobile; Joe Gouveia, 2125 Pauoa road, a Ford automobile, and Margherita A. Herendeen, 1250 Elev enth avenue, Kalmuki, a Reo automobile. THE HAM WHAT AM liniT nilimiPirr nr f U H IV AnlrMrlV I r HUM U1III lULlllI Ul COAST EXPECTED TO CUT PRICES Live California chickens, the feath ered variety, are plentiful in the mar- lirnited 'n an.ount ket. This is due to several his shin- ,on cfn.tiU he , , , , and a ha;f cms i ments received during the rast week. prv ti rn the Manoa bringing another lame con- plentiful, but h.--gignment yesterday. One market man inland .--rcts : predicts that the price will materially ' ,n lar-:. ; .t. drop on account of the supply Live j mark.-1 r chickens have been selling from 33 j fiv rents a in to 40 cents a pound. j While no: , ; A big shipment of fine Maui honey j p0.-k r-. e; ..j has been received by the Service Suji ply Co., which has a stand in the fish market, off Kekaullke street. Quota tions can be secured by telephoning 2819. ?- j A. T. Longley of the territorial mar 5'ket reports that Uilo grapes are still plentiful and are retailing for si RICE AND MEAT DISHES (A whole meal in themselves.) Cook a soup bone with meat on it, slowly, tiil meat is tender; take meat off bone, put bone in soup, season well and add to soup 1 or more cups, washed brown rice (I cup rice to 1. or 4 cups stock). Vnen rice is tender ! add bits of meat previously taker from bone; take out bone and serve. Seasoning may be any of the fol lowing: Garlic, onion, parsley, carrot, thyme, celery, green pepper, red pep per, tomatoes, bay leaf. Peas or corn may be added last, as a large part of the dish. For fine flavor: Onion, garlic and, carrot may be cooked first in fat and a little water or fat alone. Meat may be: Soup meat or ra'j bit. pigeon or chicken, ham or sausage crab meat or shrimp. These rice dishes are national dishes in many countries, known as Risotto, Valenciana. Pilaf, Jambala;..-. Rice may be cooked in water anu salt, and when tender put in layers ii. a serving dish with grated cheese: or rice may be served with a sauce mad1 of milk in which grated cheese has been melted. Make sauce as follows: Melt IVs tbsp. fat. add 1U tbsr. flour, one-third tsp. salt, pepper, 1 cu;; cold milk. Stir until it boils well, then add 1 cup grated cheese and few drops Wor cestershlre, if desired. Serve as soo: as cheese is melted. Creamed Cheese Sauce given above, poured over crackers or toast. Brown Rice and Dried Beef Loaf 1 cup brown rice, wash, cook in cups water and 1 tsp. salt, till rice is! tender and water absorbed ; add 1 'A cups ground raw carrots, 1 cup lb. dried beef torn into bits, 1 ej;s, Y2 cup dry crumbs, 1 tsp. salt, tsp. pepper. 4 green onions sliced and cooked in 1 tbep: fat And Ytc water, 1 cupNvater. Mix and bake three-fourths hour lu moderate. oven. Instead of dry beef use: Is lb. cooked ham, ground, or lb. ground pickled tongue. Casserole of Brown Rice and Sausage Slice and cook 3 young onions m 1 tbsp. fat and water, add 1 lb. sau sage. 1 can tomatoes, Cook 20 min utes in oven; cover with 2 cups brown; rice, cooked in 6 cups water, 1 tsp. salt, pepper. Return to oven for three fourths of an hour. Rice as Dessert 1 cup rice may be started in 2 cupa water and 1 tsp. salt, then 1 to 1 Cups hot milk may be added, and the cooking finished over water in double boiler. To this may be added any of the following: 1 cup raisins, 1 cup figs, scalded and cut up fine, 1 cup prunes, scalded anu cut up fine. Serve with sugar or honey or with a mixture of 1 cup brown or white sugar, 2 tsp. cinnamon. MEAT SUBSTITUTES Lima Bean Loaf 1 cup dry lima beans, soak over night. Cook till tender; add: Two thirds cup dry crumbs, 3 young onions cooked in water and 1 tbsp. fat, 1 tbsp. minced parsley, 4 tsp. powdered sugar, 1 tsp. salt, tsp. pepper, 1 egg, 1 cup tomatoes. Mix and bake in pan of water, in moderate oven 1 hour. Green Split Pea Loaf 1 cup dry peas, soak over night. Cook till tender; add: cup dry crumbs, 1 tsp. minced onion, 1 tsp. minced parsley, tsp. minced thyme, 1 tsp. salt, H tsp, pepper, Vz egg, 1 cup water. Mix, pack in baking dish, put fat over top, sprinkle with crumbs aud bake three-fourths of an hour in pan of water. Navy Bean and Cheese Loaf 2 cups cookel Navy beans (1 cup dry), two-thirds cup dry crumbs, He tap. salt, tsp. pepper, tsp. parsley. 1 egg, 1 cup water, 1 tbsp. butter, 1 cup grated cheese. Mix, put in greased dish, bake in water In moderate oven three-fourths of an hour. Rice or Macaroni and Cheese Loaf 1 cup rice, spaghetti or macarino cuoitea, i cup oreaa crumps, cup grated cheese, 1 cup scalded milk, 1 egg, 2 tsp. melted butter, tsp. sail, pepper. Mix, put in pan, bake in water ir. moderate oven three-fourths of an hour; serve with tomato sauce. Nut and Celery Loaf Put through meat grinder together: 12 cup celery, 1 cup walnuts, add one third cup dry crumbs, 4 tsp. salt, pep per, 1 egg, 1 cup water to moisten. Mix and bake in moderate oven three-fourths of an hour; serve with tomato sauce. Kedgeree (East Indian Dish) 1 cup cooked and flaked fish. 2 cups cooke rice, 1 tsp. salt, l-16th tsp pepper, 2 tsp. lemon juice, 1 egg or less, 1 tbsp. melted butter, 1 tbsp. minced parsley. Mix, pack in bowl, steam or sur round with hot water, heat one-half hour. L'nmold and serve with tomato sauce. Russian Pie Cook until tender shredded cabbage and onion. Line pan with pastry, put in it layers of cabbage, hard cooked nnm rrnn rrrnm H IKY Hf M I UUUl II 1 IIIUI11 cents a pound. Island I it -ji'.vha-'i is rer : :i: ket i !. '.nz : is reia.ied t reduced tv - at r :;:a' .. C. ' . .. :-.r :' . ; t . . t : 1) 1 f..:: - esriz or n'i::c i of 1. !;:-. . ; ; an i u.:.. : : : sides to err, r m till pastry is done. Butter four slices of (.read nut u greased baking dish with thin slices cheese between Mix 1' . cun milk beaten egs. 'j tsp. salt. tsp. popper Pour over bread and bake in model ate oven till set. President Menocal commuted the sentences of Cuban rc! els to life im prisonment. Woman Needs All Her Strength Keeping house is hard enough when well. The woman who has a bad back, blue, nerv ous spells, dizzy headaches and kid ney or b 1 a d d e r troubles, has a hard lot, for the family cares and tasks never let up. Probably it's all the result of kid ney trouble and not J! the much feared "w 0 m a n's weak ness." Strengthen the kidneys with Doah's Backache Kidney Pills, used and recommended by women the world over. They are just as harm- less as tllev are effective and may m used for children with weak kidneys, too. "When Your Back is Lame Re member the Name." DOAN'S BACK ACHE KIDNEY PILLS. Sold by all druggists at 50c a box (six boxes $2.50), or mailed on receipt of price by the Hollister Drug Co., or Benson.J Smith & Co., agents for the Ha wailan Islands. A The Kamehameha Schools JMEXT SCHOOL YEAR BE GINS SEPT. 10, 1917. APPLICATIONS FOR AD MISSION SHOULD BE MADE EARLY. For application blanks and complete information address E. C. WEBSTER. President of Kamehameha Schools, Honolulu, T. H. j BII l ifspir Mm I I3.v : y When tftirst calls today, answer if with a glass of LOJU! Try this new juice of a wonder berry, that grows big and luscious in Oregon's cool valleys. Nature endowed LOJU with its ruby-red color its crisp tangits healthful fruit acids. Ask for LOJU at the fountain. Have some senthome. Bottles, 10c and up. Northwest Fruit Products Co, Salem, Oreren Crushed From Big Ripe Oregon Loganberries IPwe 'Kona 4 POUNDS FOR 07. DOLLAR WING KING CO. Hotel St 7. T zr"x 27 DAVID ALO OAHU FISH MARKET WE ARE WHOLESALERS OF EVERYTHING TO EAT. ' Service Supply Co. I Phone 2819 1 1 Honolulu Offices at the Hawaiian Fisheries S i T BJ i T " B U C K HI EC Oa the MUNSON LAST later Foot Comfort uBuckhechtw ARMY SHOE of wear-resist, ing soft Indian Tan for the Farmer, the Sports man, the Worker. "Buckhecht" STREET SHOE of best Black Gun-Metal Calf-Skin for General Street Wear. Botk ahM obtaiatM hi wfald AA to EE. "Thousands of men in ciril life are wearing the MvasoS) Last Shoe erery day. with the result that a horde of foot troubles are no longer known to then.1 If mo oU fcy year dealer, order ret free BUCKINGHAM & HECHT SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. Every gtuuiut --Buektir MaMoa Last SS to $7 ar air. "Yon Just Know It's Fresh" Buy your coffee as you need it and be cure to get it here. Ir's frpsh roasted every da v. . , 30c Per Pound Phono 4341 Fccda Here" We carry the finest 'assort ment of Oriental Curios and Novelties in the islands. Japanese Bazaar Fort St., opp. Catholic Chnrnh H T" Skea it ttaaM .vKHECHT." IWsri frsa. anb.erry Shoes) mo r t r P It; : MU m C Loci CVhen your Eyes Need Care Try MiiriiuL f-MeJUtmpAu H. MAY & CO Distributort ;. ..