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rHR HAWAIIAN STAR. SATl'RDAY. MARCH .10. 1912.
SCOT TISSUE T E L A Soft Clean Towel for Everybody at Every Wash . 150 TOWELS FOR 50 CENTS Sole AjLrrt8i for 1 lie Territory American-Hawaiian Paper & Supply Co., L,tcL Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu PHONE 1410 Geo. G. Guild, PRESIDENT AND MANAGER. Society Continued from page dx.) Frank AInsworth, chief surgeon of the Southern Pacific Railroad, and Frank linger, well known In Honolulu. Liko j many another "good deed In .1 wicked world, tho notably generous act of Raphael Weill at tho time of the great San Francisco Are is well-nigh forgot ten, except by those immediately cognizant, or tho beneficiaries them selves, who had lost-tholr all. While tho ruins of the "White Houso" were still smoking and. the likelihood of payment of most of the iniurance policies seemed doubtful owing o the magnitude of the catastrophe, he tele graphed an order to New York for 5000 suits of women's clothing, cost ing between ?30,000 and $40,000. This order was speedily fl.led and under tho per.ionel supervision of the donor, nislsted by many of the charitable ladies of tho city, tho clothing was Igiven sway to tho destitute, complete outfits, Including in many cases, shoes and underwear, were freely distributed to tho needy victims of tho calamity who had loit their all. The unbound- R emnant Sale at Sach's begins on MONDAY MORNING N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd. Baltimore Sun Heaters Honolulu, Oct. 27, 1911. My Dear Mr. Axtell: At the suggestion of Mr. Trent I have taken in a sun-heater, and with such good re sults that I feel sorry for any one who has to put up with the old way of heating water for domestic use. If the sun shines one hour a day I get all the hot water I want. There is no trouble about it, and no cost beyond the cost of installation. Very truly yours, WALTER G. SMITH. cd munificence of this pioneer mer chant are too well known in his own city to excite local comment, though many Hono'ulu folks knew and ap preciate and aro wishing him "bon voyage." . Late visitors to the Golden Gtte Park In San Francisco have noted with admiration the magnificent hospital standing near its entrance. The plan of this, said to be the finest and bc.it equipped hospital' west of Chicago, was the work of Dr. Alniworth, the South- ern Pacific's chief surgeon, end Is de signed for tho use of the company's employes Not only architecturally, but in all appointments, it is fully Up to tho standard of the most mod- , ern European institutions of its kind. Its designer is a traveling companion of Mr. Raphael Weill in his world tour. vt v . Mr. and Mrs. Antono Cropp of Ger many were guests of honor at .a din ner given last evening by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lcwto. Yellow crysan themums formed tho centerpiece for tho table. Tho guetts were Mr. and Mrs. Antone Cropp, Mr. F.nd Mrs. J. M. Dowsett, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hanne berg, and Mr. and Mrs. J. V. C. Hoglns. v The final meeting of tho Neighbor hood Bridge Club was held yesterday at tho homo f Mrs. Einil Waterman on Wilder avenue. Tho prizes, allk stockings were taken by Mrs. Edwin Paris, Mrs. Knight and Miss Blair. Tho ladies who spent the afternoon play ing bridge were Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. C. B. Wood, Mrs. Fred Smith, Mra. Fred Demon, Mrs. Francis Blakely McStocker, Mrs. James Dougherty, Mrs. Theodore Lansing, Mis Lucas, Miss Blair. Mrs. Knight, Mrs? David Bon and MrB. Waterman. j j Mrs. Williams of Fort Shatter is en tertaining at an Informal tea this aft ernoon. 4 fi Miss Gertrude Turner, who is a pupil of Mrs. Elsie Werthmuollcr, gave a piano recital thlB morning at tho home of Mrs. Erdraan Dwight Baldwin on Punahou street. The fol lowing program was rendered by tho young folks: Two Juvenile,-, Gondolier song, Ruth Stacker. Autumn Zephyrs, Hlldrcth Church. Flying the Kite, Hermann Alexander. Valso Duet,, First Waltz, Marjorio Guild. Black-Eyed Susan. Valse Impromp tu Duet, Marian Paris. Festival Mf.rch, French Child's Song, Ja'o Cummins. Mill Wheel, Twenty Boys lu School, Florence Dennlson. Merry Wanderers, Helen Church. Evening Duet, Song Without Words, Margaret Hoogs. A Letter for Papa, Dorothea Krauas. A Miniature Waltz, Jessio Baldwin, 0 THE WEEK'S SOCIAL AFFAIRS. mm SHOWING TWO BALTIMORE SUN HEATERS IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION. J. C. AXTELL 1048-1050 ALAKEA STREET. P. O. BOX 642. PHONE 2515. DINNERS. Captain and Mrs. Edwards enter tained at dinner on Sunday night, for Mr. E. A. P. Newcomb, Mrs. Sarah Nowcomb aud Mr. Htgolow. Tho dec orations for the tablo woro In green and white. j j Mr. Jatnos Fltzmaurlco was dinner host at tho Young Hotel on Sunday night. Tho tablo was prettily doc orated with pink carnations and maiden hair forn. The guosts includ od Mr. and Mrs. Harrington, Mrs. Harold Hazolton and Mr. Roborts. & J Mr. and Mrs. C. W. C. Doorlng en tertained flfteon Huat at wippor on Sunday evonlng. & s v' On Tuesday ovonlnic Mr. and Mrs, 0. Hodijuiann oiitortaiuiHl at dinner at Night in the Empire TONIGHT AT 7:30 Sermon "A Pointed Question and a Unique Answer." Sold by Fred Butler. "Jehovah God Guide us." "Magic Flute." A Challenge to the Men of Honolulu Empire -Theater Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock Two Addresses: Ed Towse on "How to help Honolulu." Paul Super on "The Gall of Christ to the Modern Man." Closing Service of the Christian Extension Movement Bijou Theater Sunday Evening at 7:30 Sermon by Bishop Restarick on "Crown Him King." Grand Oratorio Number. Fred Butler "Honor and Arms." from Handel's "Sampson" their homo on Judd street The Invit ed guests worb Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Davles, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dilling ham, Miss Kennedy, Miss Havlland, Miss Achilles and Mr. Arthur Davles. J Jit J On Monday night Mr. and Mrs. Ro bert Shlnglo were guests of honor at a dinner given at tho Young Hotel. Tho centerpiece for tho tablo was a basket of violets set within a star of tho blossoms. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shingle, Mrs. Georgo Deckley, Miss Armour, Mr. and Mrs. Waltor Macfarlano, Miss Marjo rio Freeth and Mr. and Mrs. William H. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Caatlo ontor tnlnod Mr. and Mrs. L. Tonnoy Peck, Mr. E. A. P. Nowcomb nnd MrB. Sa rah Nowcomb at dlnuer on Tuesday night. Captain and MrB. Putnam and Mr. nnd Mrs. Gaylor woro tho compli mented guests at a dinner on Tues day ovonlng given by Captain and Mrs. V. U. Kd wards. Mr. James Fltzmaurlco was dinner host at tho Young Hotel on Tues day night. The tablo decorations were purplo violets. Mr. Fltzmaurlce's guests wero Mr. and Mr. James Wil der, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Wilder, Miss Ma rian Scott and Mr. Richard Wright, Jt Jt j Miss Florenco Hoffman was hostess at a pretty dinner at her homo on Kewalo street on Wednesday evening. ; Red carnations woro used to carry out tho color scheme for the decorations. Miss Hoffman's guests included Miss Ethel Spaulding, Miss Allco Hoppor, Miss Inez Grace Davis, Miss Kendall, Mr. and Mrs. James Pine, Mr. Gard nor, Dr. Gillespie, Mr. Hoffman and Mr. Hooking. J & LUNCHEONS. Colonel A. G. Hawos wna luncheon host on Wodnosclny at tho home of Judgo F. M. Hatch at San Suital. His guosts wero Mr. Itaphael Weill, Mr. Frank Uner nnd Dr. Frank AIns worth, who wero through passengers In tho Manchuria. MIsb Helen Kockwell was hostess at a luncheon on Wednesday afternoon at her home at Diamond Head. Tho centerpiece for the table was of yel low coreopsis. Tho Invited guests wero Miss Julia McStocker, Miss Ly din McStocker, Miss Holen Brown, Mrs. James Pine, Miss Freeman, MUs Allco Cooper, Miss Ethel Spaulding, Miss Strlckler, Miss Rowell, Mrs. Ger ald Joohnson and Mrs. Pratt. Miss Jessie Konnedy was luncheon hostess on Wednesday In honor of Miss Lowdon of llorkoloy. The table decorations woro white marguerite! and violets. Besides the guoet of hon or thoro woro prosont Miss Muriel Howntt, Miss Inez Gruco Davis, Mis Allco Cooke and Miss Violet Stover. Ji Mrs. Itanny Scott ontortalnod nt a pink lunoheon on Thursday in honor of Mian Catliorlne Goodals. A glided basket filled with Klllnmoy rosoa and maiden hair fern formed the center pleoe for tho table. Ths guests wore Miss Catherlno Goodalo, Miss Nora Swanzy, Miss Bornloo Hartwall, Mltw Clalro Kelloy, Miss Helen Achilles Mrs. Edward White Sutton, Mrs. Will Whitney, Mrs. Richard Cooke awl Miss Allco Cooke. J J j TEAS. Mrs. H. B. Pratt entertained ntyiu Informal tea on Monday aftcrnon. Hor guosts wero Mrs. Edwards, Mjvfc, Brown, Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Johnstons and Mrs. Walter Johnson. Jt j( jt Mrs. Ronton-Hlnd and Miss Estelle woro the guosts of honor at a toa giv en on Tuosday atternqpn by Mis Blanche Sopor. Tho guosts liWuded Mrs. Ronton-Hlnd, Miss EsTfeTte.Irs. Ebon Low, Mrs. Mason, Mrs. Hansen, Mrs. R. C. Stnokable, Mlsa Whltlnfi! , it, i irl A f a i iuu, iwioa wuiu, juiaa jiuiuo tvurii aua Mrs. O. A. Stavons. jt ,JC Mrs. Arthur Aloxandor entertained at an Informal toa on Thursday after noon. Oi Jt Jl CARDS. Mrs. Georgo E. Turner was hostess (Continued on rage Eight)