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BVENtNO nUIXETIN. HONOLULU J; ., SATURDAY, Ad. 21, 1909.
RAT and ROACH Paste
A 200 box ol eteorns' Eleotrlo Paato will kill off nil the rata and
mioo in a nouso in a Bingio mam.
Destroy Rats and Avoid Plmgum
Both local and national otllclnls recommend Steams' Electric Paate at the
auteit way ol destroying rats, the source and braeder ol the plague. Watch
lor the rats and see that you have a box ol Steams' Electric Paste ready to
kill oil the in st invader. 2 oz. dox ZSc; 1 o ox. Dox a .uu.
1.14 fei sratolsts nd s.nsrsl starts emraher. ei stnt direct erstsM sa recslet si tries.
STEAIIIIS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., lulfili, N. Y., U. S. 1. 1
I Sure Death to Cockroaches 1 i
H You can awoop up dead oockronchos by tho panful I,
M any mornlriB, If ot nluht you ubo
STEARNS' ELICTRIG RAT AND ROACH PASTE I
L This Is tho. only guiranttcd exterminator (or cockroaches, water bugs, B I
jH bed bugs, etc. II drives rats and mice out ol doors to die. H
B Small Size, 23 cents. Hotel 5lsc, eight times tho quantity, $1,00. H
M 13 All drslcra sttl It, or nt ciprcss rrcptj on receipt of price. H H
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., Trlbuno Bldg., Chicago, III.
and ROACH PASTE I
Was the officially recognized exterminator in the San Francisco war on rats, when the Federal and City
authorities killed hundreds of thousands of rats. It is the only Rat and Roach exterminator mentioned by
name in the published report of the Committee.
fjf BU and ROACH PatU VI
Ask your druggist fortlia ganulna and tee that the rums ). 1. Kstrnty It on wiry package.
Ready mixed for nee. More reliable and easier to use than powders. Druggists will
refund your money if it fails to exterminate cockroaches, waterbugs, rats, mice, etc
2 os. bom 25c, la . bs 11.00. At drutiUU r mptm. enpaU.
STEARNS ELECTRIC PASTE CO., CHICAGO, ILL,
The Panama Canal Commission buy and use Steams'
Electric Paste to kill off iats and cockroaches on the
Isthmus, as it never fails to do the work.
Every hemsckecpo every storskeener, every fnrmcr, everybody who hat rats, cockroaches,
waterbugt, etc., on th .r eremites, should use this best 0 all exterminators, the one whose
uce by 'the Governmen proves its tuperiority and elcieno .
look for the sign ture of J. J. Keimev on evcrv nac'sage- and be sure that you get the
genuine' Stearns Elec ric Taste, the standard- rat and roa 'h exterminator for the last thirty
yean, the only one sol I under a r.aarantctfof money back i' it dost not give satisfaction.
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Steams' Electric Paste Co.
Chicago, '111. '
RAT and ROACH Paste
(St. thai IS. .imo J.J. s..rn.f It ovry Mts'
A 2Se ssi sltlssms Et.ctrlc Pasts will sill el sll the rats snd mlc. In s heuss In s single night
Oeekroaohee, Water Bugs ami Other Vermin
are also quickly killed, nesdr mlsrt for use. Tho only nsrnlceJ lermlEawr.
Your arussiti sou reiuaa jour moa.r 11 i uw iv. . ...-.
IlLSHllh !.. tl. 00. Sr(W. .f ' .ftstlS.
STCaSNS' abSWIRIb FM1K I.UH l.nil.MVW, M
SOCIAL . NOTES
An cnjojablo il.ttico was Hut given
al thu Miianit Uolul Mcntl.ty uviMilnK.
In huntir or tho ofllcura oil lio.ird U10
U. 8. S. Huffnlo.
'I ho hotel wan a blazo of light mid
In Its restive sarli, thu hall room form
fil 1111 ntlracllvo background for lliu
many bcuiififul women prfBcnt. 1
Thu odlccrs, in llio stunning uniroriii I
of tho navy woro nut In full force, and
were wclconird by many of tho res
ident Army and Navy people, as well
11a liy society In gcncinl.
Muny llttio KioiiiH weio ciully en
hconci'd on lliu lauals, and enjoyed In
tho full, (lie fiiHclnudiiK witchery of a
tropic evening and were loth to dcpait .
until long alter mldiilKht.
The htuilio o Mr. JniuoH Wilder wa
tho scene of 11 Jolly bIub dinner TlinrH
day uvcnlui; of lat week, In honor of
Sir. Leslie Scott who will lcnvojiliortly
to practice law on tho inalnliind. '
Several unique mid original Ideaii
wero carried out In tho dccoratlniiH
which weio Iho cause of much merri
ment and Jollty.
Tho RiiCHts were
JudBo Wlldor. Mr. Illchaid WilBht,
Judge Lindsay, Mr. Urueo CartrlRht
-Jr., Mr. William Roth, Mr. Itunnlo
Erott , Mr, Ilentou, Mr, Sorensen, Mr.
JamL'H Wlldor mid Mr. CIiiuIch Hurt
Mr. und Mib. Archie Yniini; enter-
tallied at dinner In 11 charming manner
Ti0Bdiiy uvcnliiK at tho rcaldonco of ,
Mr. Alexandor Young at Walklkl. Thy
dining tnhlu, net In tho attractlvo din
lngvroom overlooking tho nea, was pret
tily decorated with pluk carnations
und maidenhair, tho place cards being
dainty paper dolls with pink rrupo ,
Kowiia und hntH to nuitch, Tho miosis I
woio! Dr. and Mm. Ileujamln I'.
llioille, Mr. and Mrs. II, (IiIkks Holt,
Mr. und Mrs. C. C. von ilamni, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Jiorg, Miss Olllet, and .
Mr. 'llllam Williamson.
Tlio dopailuro of tho Makurn at flvo
o'clock Tuesday afternoon was wit
nessed by a large number of people
gathered on the wharf to say farewell
to departing fi lends and relatives.
I'lluccss KuwumiuakiM was (he
chief attraction and was laden wlthi
Tols and floral trllnftcs from 11 largo'
clrclo of admit lug friends. Slio will
attend 111') Heallle Pair mid Inter go'
lo l.os Angeles to he Joined there by
her tlucu chlldien. I
Mr. It. O. E. Korslrr. HiIIIkIi Consul
In Hawaii, drpailed for Kiigland, to
place his oung miii In a Kngllsh
Mr. I.cwlon Ilrnin also left for a
(lip lo Kurope. He will Join his wife
In Diglund and travel on tho Con
tinent for mine months.
Mrn. M. M. Shlnglo and Mr. Fred
Shingle, mother nnd brother of Mr.
Holiert Shingle of the Wutcrhouse
Trust Co., left for a visit to tho Alaska-Yukon
Pacific Hximsltlnn at Scattlo.
Mr. Michael Jameson of Ulidiop &
Co., went up lo Join Ills lUnre, Mls.i
llullcu at her homo In Victoria.
When tho China was In pert on
Tuesday, Mrs. Hugh Anderson and
daughter Miss May. ot Salt Uko City,
were cutoi tulncil by Mrs. Kulls, wife
of Capt. Kails.
MrB. Anderson and her daughter aro
making 11 tour of tho world; they have
previously visited Kgypt, India, uad
Kurope, und aro bo enchanted with
thu cllnittto of Hawaii that they may
icturn hero next winter. In Cambodia,
they were the guests of tho ruler, und
In India, were eiitertulncd by His
Highness, the Wuhurajah of Owallor.
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. 1). (IrlggH
Holt, n dinner or charming appoint
ments wns given Wednesday evening
by Mr. and Mrs. Conruilt C. von Hanim
ut thejr beautiful residence on I'uclflc
Tho guests, who went up from town
In automobiles woio Mr. mid Mrs.
Holt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Archibald Young
Miss Krancls Olllet, Mr, nnd Mrs. A.
Lewis, Jr. and .Mr. William William
son. Prof, W. A, Alexandor and Ills daugh
ter, Miss Agnes I). Alexander, are
vUltliig relatives In Hulku and Maka
wao. Tho arrival of tho Pacific Tleot tho
middle of September will btlng n largo
addition (o society here, for not only
aro there many officers coming, but
the wives und families of Quito a mini'
ber, will follow them to Honolulu
most of them aro expected on the Man
(Inula Sept. J flit.
.Miss Helen MncParluno of Honolulu
was the guest of honor at u pretty
liinrheon given for her by Mrs. Prank
I), Xlfol of Stockton, who Is lsltlii:
her Miii-lu-luw und daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Hubert llaycu Smith, ut tho Hill-
crest. Her luncheon guests yeitcrduy
Included Mrs. Robert Hayes Smith,
Miss Anna Peters, Miss Helen Muc
I'arlane, Miss Inncs Keeney and Miss
Kuld Gregg. Chronicle.
Capt. C. C. Wnlcutt Jr., Clli Cavnlry,
has completed a three mouths' (our of
duty In the office of tho (JuartermaHter
tleneral. Ho and Mrs. Walcutt, after
lulu last Saturday nnd departed Tues
day on tho Makura, to siieud their
honeymoon at tho t'cuttlo Pair.
Oencral und Mrs. John McClellan
cntertnlned In hon()r'Of Dr. and Mrs.
lien lirodlc of Dctiolt, Mlchigiu, with
a dlnne- on Wednesday evening.
Among tltofc Imlled lo meet Dr. und
Mrs. Ilrodle were Major and Mrs.
a visit (o Capt. II. J. Hlrsch ut Colum-I Wndhmus, Mr. and Mrs. Parks, Men
bus Barracks, and short Rtayn in In- tenant llunell, lliu Misses McClellan
Jlanapolls and Chicago, nro en routo nnd Major Cree.
to San PranclBCO, whenco (hey will
sail August Cth for Honolulu, (o Join
(lie Mh Cavnlry nt Schofleld llurrneks.
Army and Nnvy Journal.
Cards have been sent oul announc
ing lliu mnrrlngo nt rnunmnlcl, Ha
waii, on August 11 of Mr. Henry Knnlo
Savage to Mias William Wyrllo. Sut
ton. They will be at home In Piiunciiu
lifter September 10.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Savage eaniu lo Ilono-
To tho great regret of his many
friends here, l.leut. John (I. Ineke
meer, one of the niiiit popular oung
j officers of the Hflh C.ivilry, has been
detailed to take the cnurso of Instruc
tion ut tlio Mounted Scvleo HcIuniI at
Port Uley Kau us, ami will le.ivo
xeiy tloity for the eoucl.
I Civil Engineer llakpnhii U. S. N..
nnd Mib. llakcnhus, who passed
Ihiottgh Inst wcuk on Iho Korea en
louto lo Ohmgnpa, Phlllpiiluu Islands,
were entertained while In Honolulu
by Civil Engineer Parks, V, S, X., and
Mrs. Parks, and Assistant Chll Engi
neer llunell, U. 8. N.
Mr. Itoberl Hair of lilt-linn & Co. wis
nn outgojug tiasseugcr 011 tho Makura
1111 Tuesday. After a visit to Iho Pair
nt Seattle ho will continue his Journey
eastward und sail f 10111 New York In
September for a tlsit with his family
Ilev. .1. W. Wadmun departed on thu
China to attend lliu annual meeting of
Iho Mission Hoard of the McthodM
Eplrropal church at Pittsburg. Ho
will visit In San Pranrlsro, lis Ange
les mid Indianapolis, hforo Journeying
It. (1. Colors, of Manistee Mlrlilg-iu.
doom- of Peters' hall, Oberllii College.
Those Who Are
Deficient in strength and vitality
who need a good tonic and
nutrient are advised to drink
. Beer contains malted barley and
s a food and a tonic of the
But better go without beer than
drink beer tnat is imperrecuy
lagered. THE BEST AND
PUREST BEER IS
li-ivc returned fiom their rummer
home l.ua'iMlri" to ar (lie P.ill. I11
' llie.r n-hliletirr on lleiri in n Avenue,
Mr. CiHiko lias suffered anothir stroke
, but upreura to be ralljlng irnrn It.
who is oxi'cc.iid hero ali.iut September.
S. Is .111 uncle of Mrr. James It. .1 mid.
and he will vMl llh Dr. nnd Mrs.'
Jildil during his stay hero. He will
vltdt the volcano.
Piofenor Meido and liU roti Henry' Dr. nnd Mrs. Iliodlo und 11 parly of
and Iho MlmM Moilsa. Ilnnlliu on I friends had 11 Jolly iniilrir rid to Halo
Dewey relunied to Honolulu Uai wtek lv. .1 Monday evening nnd nine I .U tlio
on the Manila Ecu. 1 ll-ililvvn Imltil ri'liiiuliij to town tha(
They had 11 delightful visit tin Ha
waii, Including 11 trip to tlm volcano
which they all found very iuluioslljig.
Mlbs Ctiustnuco llestmlcl: and her
In-other Aithur, aio upending the btttii
iner at York Village. Malno with Mrs.
Wllhluglou. mothri of Mr. D. I.. W.lh-
I of the Maul News
;h Coke o
r.inio lo town today. Mrs. Coke and
the thlldh'ii mo leturulug from a trip
Hi thoV.'orlhwei-t by (ho l.iirllnv, r
rlvlns this week.
Mrs. 1. I.. MrCaudlcM! and her
Ington of liouolulii. ,U. Is good news I ,,.,,.;,. '1ly ,t.,uo n,L. M-mi-hurl 1
that Aithur Itust.trlt'lt lu very much . r- .. ,rn, m il. t-'i ii(-H. Tli.-v will
Improved In health. ' I vlslli Min. MeCundle ' nl.l hume lu
Cnpt'ilu John D. Yosl 110 will known
In social eludes lu Honolulu, where ho
war. stationed fur t-onie time his been
letired with tlio rank of Major.
was recently stationed ut C.iiup Law
Mr. Thomas Pio,d and wife, who
have bet 11 staying lit the Pleasantim
fur noiiiu weeks, continued their Jour
ney around lite vvu, ,1, le-ivlug on tlio
Chhi.t for Ji.in Pr.mclrco on Tuesday.
I Iho SihwerlnDe 11un7 paity
tinned tlio Isl.in I Sunday. Thcv were
He 1 th'ii,uuesl, of the Maefarliiuei at AIiul-
ui.iliu und stopped at llaleiwa.
Mr. mid Mrs. It'innlo Hcolt nro
Kiieinllii thu weekend on Tantalili
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nn tho gueets of Mr. jiml Mts, Itlrli.trd
Tn the ilellght of her nnny friend, ,,
I Mm. Harvey Murray Is convalescing f-
nii-1 ,Mw, 1)v ..In of r.'Mly nml t nMo to tnUo daily uu
Mi i JmmAkaWW
Mf VV j-LaLaLa
The Beer That's .Brewed
E To Suit The Climate .,
Havana, C11I1.1, atilved -l.itt weik on
Iho Atamo.l.i to visit thu volciuo on
Hawaii, They left 011 the Manna K'e.i
Mrs. E. M. Styno, mother of Mrs.
Elizabeth Chute!) was uu outgoing
passenger on me .iiiuini 1111 1 lies- j
day. Shu will visit 0110 of her datigh- j
leis lu WasMn-;ton, I), C,. I
Jlrn. Lawrence Judd retilrned In-
town host Suudi' from u dellghtlut
vlt.lt to .Molokal. where rhe has boon
the guoit ftuihonio '.veelts'iif Mr, mil
Mrs, (leorge Cooke.
Mr. and Mrs. KlelVjhn und children, I
who linvo Ix'eu occupying' tho Ulshnj
rottnge nt Walklkl for sevciul weel. I
will letutiln there until Hapfumboi. I
Mr. HU-hnid Cittton depatlcil mi tlio 1
"Makura" for tho Coast, lie will en-1
ter thu Massachusetts Institute of
Tcrhuohnji nt llostou, In September.
Mis. Win. W. Low und her mother,
Mrs. II. I.. P.irmelee, woro passengers
Tuesday on tlio Mmum Ecu on 11 trip
Mr. and Mis. C. M Cuoke nn I family
lugv in mi automobile.
Mrs. Ailliiir.Wllder wns 11 p-iisetigcr
.Wednesday on Iho Alaniud'l going IJ
to California on it pleiuuro (rip of
MlaH Marjorlo I'reelh was ono of
tho popular Honolulu giu-i-ls nt thu
Puuncne Ilarveit Home lull on Mauri
Mrs. Ilyion K. Ilafrd or llilo, Is the
guect of her rlster. Mrs. Hairy Wllb3r
r.t her home on Lunalllo Street.
Mr A. W. C.irler ind ftitully depart
ed for a vacation trip to WVImea, Ha
waii on the "Mnunn Kea."
Mr nnd MrB. Tom Hull und rdilldre)i
nro cenifort'ibly established lu tlmlr
be.iut'ful new home on Muklkt Street,
Mr. and Sirs. Sidney Ilillott mid
children went lo Knunl last TuesdaV
per steamer Klniu.
Mr. CIinrH'8 P. Eckorl roiurii(vl from
a buflness trip to Hawaii ht, Satur
day, . 4N ,) ' '
(inrriiinc "I'ronr left for Enunl on.
tho steamer Kin in last Tuesday.
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