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RVEN'INO DULLKT1.V, HON'OLULUj T. II., SATURDAY; AUG. 28, 1909.
BEGINNING WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1st
FOUR DAYS ONLY. We shall sell all the short ends left over from our big sale. This means a bonanza
for the mothers who have children to get ready for the opening of school.
A big sale like ours just passed always means legions of short pieces. pood Shirt Lengths, Lengths for
Children's Dresses, Lengths for Shirt Waists, and some Dress Patterns. All new goods at cost and less than
Ere honored guests arrive upon our shore.
All strife, wo pray, for prcst Igo will ho o'er,
And comrades nil In common cuuso for good.
Alohas glvo as never, gave bo fore. v
i who vantage
L. 'i -j .-. .
, Or, Hilt! The Knife seeks gaily out Ills splno,
And in the h lit another notch they hock.
Insanity, thou most obliging I II,
Controlling tho3o who wish a foe to kill,
Then vanishing, io allenlstB declare,
(If ou hno aught wherowlth to pay the bill).
Will sonio It Ind person cro It Is too late.
Tie Ilnrry T haw to a substantial weight.
And drop hi m In the nearest deepest pool,
Then open w lile tho doors and fumigate.
K LIENE KINLBY THAYEIt.
Another bildn of the autumn will
be Miss I.) ilia OlbbonB, whoso mar
riage with Ouslavc Schaefer of Ho
nolulu will be an event of thl
month and will tnke place, In fact,
Friday evening, August 27, nt the
. First Presbyterian church' in this
city says the Snn Francisco Call.
The bride elect Is the attractive
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
P. Gibbous, and had not made her
.formul bow to society when her en
gagement to tho prominent club
man of Honolulu was announced
soveral months ngo; Tho brldo has
selected green and whlto -foV the
color scheme at her wedding, and
It Is said that the gowns and de
tails of the decorations have an
i FOR EVERY
1 1 I Easy Way To
It Is the easiest thing In tho world
to rid tho houso of rats, mice, cock
roaches, watcrbugB, etc., by using tho
old reliable Stoams' Electric Hat and
Hoacli Paste, which has been on the
market for thirty yoars.
II Is ready mixed for use and ns It
Is in pasto form, there is no powdor to
blow away and get into food.
See that every package bears the
signature of J. J, Kearney, and then
you will get tho genuine; tho only
guaranteed exterminator, ihe only ono
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets
SOCIAL CHATTER 'ei HOME TALK a
seeks to, to act m host, Aiacic:
seekers dare not turn his back,
originality quite unusual
The bride will bo attended by her
sister, Mrs. J, Charles Green, as
matron of honor, while Miss Con
stance Cummlngs will nttend ns
bridesmaid nnd Gcorgo Drown of
Honolulu will act as best man.
The wedding of Miss Cummlngs
and Ensign Joerns, U. S. N by the
way, will bo a later event of the
Benson and another wedding Is re
membered In connection with this
eent, since George Hrown, who
tills tho office of best man, is the
flaiire of Miss Minna Merger, who
Is visiting" here from Honolulu with
popular Miss Alice Macfarlane. The
Ilrown-Hergor wedding will be nn
event of December. Tho wedding
Rid the House of
Kats, Mice etc
niiero your druggist will refund, your
money If It does not do tho work.
Apply Steams' Electric Pasto at
night, In sinks, pantries, etc., nnd In
tho morning you can sweop up u pan
ful of dead cockroaches,
Uso It whoro there nro rata and
mice, and after eating It, they will run
out of doois to die.
All rellablo druggists bell Stearns'
Electric Paste: 2 oz, box 25c, 10 oz.
box 11.00, or sent express prepaid.
Stearns' Elcctilc Pnslo Co., Chlcllngo,
reception of Miss Gibbons ami Mr.
Schaefer will take place at the
Fairmont and will he an elaborate
affair. Tho young couplo will live
Miss ltebeccu Kruttschnltt Is tho
most Ictcd young woman In town Just
now. A wurd-purlst would adject to
"town," for1 us u matter of fROt, Miss
Rebecca is In town ho scl.lom'tluit the
attaches of 'the Fairmont, where she la
rt.-ijlns with her mother, lime hardly
learned to recognize her by Bight. Sho
has been busily dootlng her tlmo be
tween Snn Itafael and Dtirllngame, and
us this will bo her last visit to the
coast before sho goes ubroud to spend
tevernl years with paint brush and
palate, her friends nro greedy of her
eery moment. Lnst winter, when she
came out hero to servo as a brides
maid at tho wedding of Miss Constance
do Young nnd Joseph Oliver Tobln, liei
plans were to go to Diosden Immed
iately, Im. her parents prevailed upon
her to spend another jiur In Chicago.
S. F. Nows-I-otter.
Miss Kruttschnltt and her mother
enmo down to Honolulu with tho
Schwcrln party on tho Korea, nnd af
ter spending n brief but delightful vis
It nt the Seaside hotel, they departed
last Sunday afternoon on tho Mnn
chtirlu. Mrs. John McClullau was tho hostess
on Wednesday at a charming lunch-
con In honor of Miss Glllot. Gen, and
Mrs. McClcllnn nro occunylnir the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. John McCand
less In Nuuanu valley, .and the nttrnc
llvo houso with Its well-kept lawns
and gardens Is an Ideal place for en
tertaining, a fact of which Gen. and
Mrs.McClellnu nnd tho two charming
daughters ure cognizant, for their din
i.er and lunch parties aro numerous
end extensive, On this occasion, tho
guests wcro seated at a round tnblo
attlstlcjllv decorated with lovoly pink
roses an. I maidenhair gracefully ar
ranged In a beautiful cut glass bowl.
Tho guests, whosu names follow, spent
a ilcllghtrul uftnruoon playing bridge.
They were: .Mrs. William E, Taylor,
Mrs. Z. X. Myers, Mrs. Arthur Ditb.
.Miss Itoso McCIollnn. Miss JnseihIno
McClclIan, Mrs. Archlbnld Young, Mrs.
C. C. on Hnmm and Miss Francis Gil
let. There has been n lull In tho Eoclnl
activity of Honolulu during tho past
week slnco tho departure of tho
Schwcrln do Young party on Sunday
afternoon. The HstleHsncso nnd In
dolenco of mid-summer is uffoctlng
even tho gayest set, and except for lit
tle bathing pnities, und Informal din.
tiers nt which ono can entertain with
out much exertion, there has been
llttlo going on, Tho ni rival of tha Con
nesBlonal paity on MonJ.iy however,
will Inaugurate another lound of giy
ctles with balls nt tho hotels, nutiimo
bllo rides, nnd all sorts of summer en
lei titlimiouts. Tho most popular place
theso day:, la Wnlklki beach whero the
women In their attractive bathing
suits of bright colors, form a pretty
picture as they splnsh about In the
fcurf nnd revel In the popular pastime
tc their heart's content.
Her Majesty Queen Lllluoknlnnl's
seventy-second birthday anniversary
will bo ntflngjy ubsrivcd nt Washing
toil Plnconpxt Thursday, September 2.
She wll receive Mia members of the
CihigrcBsloua! paity,, assisted by Prince
Knlnnlnnaolo, tho Delegato to Con
gress, Princess Knlnnlnnaolo, and Gov
ernor Cleghorn. Tho ushers will bo
Captain Georgo Smithies nnd Hon. E.
K. I.lllkalanl. Tho Hawaiian band
will bo In attendance, playing a num
ber of Hawaiian selections, some of
which werevcompoBed by the Queen.
Ilesldes the Governor, tho Mayor, nnd
other government officials, members
of tho Hiwnllan societies will pay their
lospecta to the Queen.
Tho moonlight dance nt llalelwn
this evening promises to be u Jolly nf
fair, und leveral parties have motored
down fron- town to enjay the speclnl
table d'hotu dinner prepared for the
occasion, nnd to attend the ball alter
winds. "lho ride In tho cool of the
evening lB a delightful one, and to
morrow Lelng Sunday, the tired danc
ers can moke up for the loss of beauty
sleep by r.. later breakfast than usual
Theso dances are becoming very pop
ular and tonight's nffnlr will give
pleasure to a largo number of guests
from town as well ns several officers
from Lellehua, which Is only ten
Lieutenant Commander Thomas
Drnjton Parker of the lluffalo en
tertained at dinner on board Satur
day evening, his guests being Mr.
unit Mis. Jack Warren nnd Lieu
tenant Commander uissctt com
manding tho U. S. Supply. Mr.
lllssett nnd Mr. Parker were former
classmates at Annnpolls,
It was expected that Mrs. Parker,
fornicily Miss. Illnnd, would meet
her husband In Honolulu but her
plans changed nnd she Is awaiting
his arrival In Sun Francisco ut tho
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Opposite Fire Station
home of her mint, Mrs. Charles
Lieut. Victor Houston, U. S. N., in
charge of the llghthouso service In Ha
waii, acting captain of the yard nt tho
Naval Station, and commander of the
U. S, S. Iroquois, Is now n lieutenant
commander with rank from July C last.
Tho promotion was caused by tho
death of Lieut. Daniel Mnhoney, who1
died itt Mare IslandiAugust 10. Llaut.-
Commander Houston Is considered an
Island boy as his bother was ono ol
tho members of tho Ilrlckwood family
marrying into the navy. He Is one of
the finest swordsmen In tho war
Two popular girls who left Sun
day laden with tela and bon bons
and other bon voyage gifts were Mliis
Kay Hell of Honolulu who goes to
San Francisco to take n courso In
dramatics, and Miss Dorothy Small
wood of Washington, D. C, who
came out earlier In the season to be
ono of the maids at the wedding of
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Livingstone.
Miss Smallwood was much enter
tained by the younger set during
her stuy hero nnd deferred her sail
ing till the Manchuria because she
was so loath to leave.
Mrs. C. C. Howies and son, Mr.
Arthur C. Rowlcs of Pasadena who
have been spending several weeks at
tho Monnn were outgoing passen
gers on the Manchuria the first of
the week. Mr. Uowles visits tho
Islands each summer In the Iner
csts of his business but this was
Mrs. Howies' first visit hero aiu Bhe
greatly enjoyed her Btny. Sho will
spend a fow days visiting friends In
llerkeloy bofore leaving for th
Mr. nnd Mrs. Choso of Oakland
who have spent the past four months
nt the Courtlaml left Sunday on the
Manchuria for their homo nfter
having greatly enjoyed their Btny,
Other guests of the Courtlnnd
leaving by tho same boat were Mr,
and Mrs. Gardiner,
Sr-nntor C. II, Dlckoy, nnd his son
Lylo Dickey leave Sept, on the
Amangl on a world tour. They will
take In tho Seattle. Fair first of all
und then cross tho continent, stop
ping for brief visits en routo. They
will puss through Europo, Suez
Canal, India, China and Japan.
Tho Ocean Queen left for Ocean Is
land Wednesday with tho Arundel par
ty on board. Mr. J, T, Arundel, the
owner, being in cjiargo. Whllo hero
tho vessel received a thorough over
hauling. Tho party will go by way of
llllo and, stop thero for a few dnys In
older to lblt tho volcano.
Mrs. Elizabeth P. Savry'nf Phila
delphia, u rolntlvo of tho SpnuldlnH
family, who has' been a guest ut tho
Plensanton for several months, re
turned to her homo on tho Manchuria.
She is yeiy enthusiastic' nbout Hawaii
und found the Islands a chnriillng
place for a very happy ho)ourn. '
Miss Dorothy Smallwood Aof Wash
ington, D, C, who has been a guc'Jt
of Mrs. Win. Hopper for several weeks,
left last Sunday on the Manchuilu fur
her homo in tho Eust.
Mr. James II. Castle was a return
ing passenger from the Coast on tho
Lurllne on Wednesday. Mrs. Castle
will leinaln uwuy for somo months
Miss M. A. Hornbcrgcr loft Maul
Saturday for their home In Califor
nia. Miss Hornbcrger has been vis
iting Mrs. D. H. Davis of Wnlluku
and Mis. Wm. Walsh of Puuncne.
Gurrltt P. Wilder, a wealthy nnd
well known leM'.lenl of Hawaii, has
returned Irom tho Springs, nnd Is reg
istered at tho Stowait. Chronicle.
Mr. Seymour Hall returned to San
Francisco on tho Munchuila. after a
delightful visit of soveral weeks with
his parentis, Mr. und Mrs. W: W. Hall.
Mrs. Sam Johnson of Pahoa has
gono to San Francisco, accompanied
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by hcrson. She expects to remain
on tho coast for several months.
Mrs. L. L. McCnndless and her
daughter I.oy departed on the Man
churia to visit Mrs. McCnmllcFs' old
home In the State of New York.
Mr. J. W. Hcrgstrom left hurriedly
on tho Manchuria, being called to Ore
gon by cable because of tho serious
Illness of his young son.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wllllnm St. John
Ilnnncy of Pasadena are planning
a summer voyage to Honolulu.
Mrs. Alonzo Gartley came home on
the Lurllne with her four children
after a pleasant visit In California.
Rear-Admiral Swlnburno, bo well
known In Honolulu, was placed on tho
tetlred list August 24,
Tho St. Iouls Collcgo Alumni Asso-
' elation has Issued Invitations for n
dnnco this evening.
Mrs. Hobert Rycroft returned fiom
Hawaii last Saturday on the Muuua
Albert Horner Jr. left on tho Man
churia to attend Cornell University.
aim for it. You ask
Wc guarantee to
it m '
Grown on the fan
Heights of Ceylon
Nirvana is picked
nnd packed under
diiect British' sup
tor this market.
Every package of Nirvana Tea
is packed in lead, which preserves
its freshness, flavor and fragrance
Prom Tea Garden to Tea Pot.
And every pound or half-pound of
Nirvana Tea is enclosed in a card
board case, which bears the regis
tered trade mark and name of the
Nirvana Tea Company. '
AH Grocers s
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