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cvsriiUa btjujitis. nbKoLtJLb, t. h., satuiiday, maii. 12, 1910.
THER GOLDEN WEDDING'
it- RE you interested in stretching dollars? If you are
xi this will appeal .to yoti. It tells of some of the bar-
gainsreoffer during our
March Clearance Sale
At this sale everything; goes at a Bier Reduction to make
room for stock now on the way. It is a sale of ail new'
n t 1 1 tr 11 'll 1
nrst-ciass gooas. ; n you nave a nome it (wm pay you 10
look over our large stock,, for you will surely find; some
article in it which you riefed and which you can feuy cheaper
today than ever before.
We ihow twenty-five1 kinds of
Morris Chairs in mahogany, fumed
oak, weathered oak, and golden oak
finishes, and with different kinds of
upholstering. These are plainly
marked at big redactions. A $20.90
chair with hand-made cushions at ,
Iron and Brass Beds
$ 4.00 Beds for $3.00
$ 5.00 Beds for 3.75
$ 7.50 Beds for 5.67
$10.00 Beds' for 7.50
$20.00 Beds for 15.00
$30.00 Beds for 22.50
And" in this proportion a reduction
for this sale only of all of the over
200 kinds of iron and brass beds in
our stock. We have cut the price,
also, on bed springs and mattresses.
These have been priced way down
to move them. .Big and little all go
at great reductions.
As the clearance sale takes in
everything, it includes a good line
of office furniture. " The office man
will a"reciate the low prices at
which these goods are marked:
Dining Set , ;
Sideboard, .ch'ina cabinet, .round
extension table, and six chairs
Mission style. The complete set for
BEQDLAB PBipE y.,.lv .,,$89.75
We have piles of Bureaus ,and
Chiffoniers which are being sold fast
during this sale, as we have mode
the price Jow. Bureaus now from
each uo. Some fine sets of bird's-eye
maple, polished quartered-oak, and
mahoganv: We have a big lot of
low-priced solid oak bureaus which
are very lowin price. (This is a
good opportunity to fix uj that spare
Arts and Crafts
We havermarked down iri price
every single plecfc of, ourlarge line
of fumed oak ARTS AND CEAFTS
FURNITURE. You can realize how
ehca- these goods are when sou can
tinv a mnliA ahV arm mi-Vaf frnm an
Arts and Crafts Shop at
Solid Oak, - $4.75
And a large line which! contains
In oak or mahogany, and from that
price up. Mission oak desks at
This is an arm rocker, is well made
of seasoned white oak and then
fumed,' and is upholstered with the
durable1 Spanish leather which does
not "stick" in this climate. The line
includes about twenty patterns of
arm rockers, manjr tables, dining
sets and bedroom furniture. There
are a few pieces at least of this
Fumed Oak Furniture in nearly
every good residency in Honolulu.
Several hundred pairs of lace cur
tains which must go. low prices on
fine goods. This lace curtain stock
is a large one,. and contains a large
variety of patterns. Some very low
priced Arabian curtains of fine dual
ity. $7 curtains for
OTHER PRICES .IN .PROPORTION
Do not wait too loner; See the goods now, while the
I -stockia lrge arid complete; Tiis opportunity of obtaining
, furniture at extraordinary low prices only comes once a
year, as we hold but one Clearance bale a year.
' '"Let us show you our four floors of samples of good
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J. HOPP & CO
185 KING STREET '
Largest Furniture -House in the Islands!
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T'Hi: most brlllhnl and clabornto
function In Co unaals of Ho
nolulu society wni given last
Slonday night at tho Alexand
er Young liotil, when Mr. ond
Mrs. Alexander Young, nftcr
fifty years of wedded blfsa celebrated
their golden wedding. Tho hotel In
Its garnitures of flow era mid decra
tlons, presented n rlcturo that re
mliulul ono of tho Atalilan nights, or
one could wol Imagine, they had been
transported to fairyland. Tho repeti
tion wns held in tho miknl lnllroom,
bvlilch was, b-inkcd Vlth Amorlrin
lleauty roses and orcrU". Tho en
trance to thli rpom was deiornted In
whlto; on tho Tlgl't of tho doorway
was nrrnnged largo baskets of whlto
Initios, whllu to tho left 'i Ti grouped
Eovoinl tall cut lass vases containing
whlto calla lilies oef four fect.hls'i
Over the largo archway of the door
wero mascd white raseV Tho decora
tions In whlto woro sjmbollc of tho
wedding that had taken placo fifty
enrs ago. Mr. and lira. Young, re
ceived their guestB In an nlcove that
was composed of orchids and cloth of
gold lilies. Thin ulcuvu was batikcjl
with maidenhair fvrns, the tall Ke.itln
ami tho' rare Alttva iialms maklns
solid backgtound of green, whtlo hero
graceful motions and tho numerous.
Intricate- slops of tho danco called forth
tho ndmlrntlon aid aplatikQ of IhOJO
who wltnOhLOl It. At tho, conclusion
of the dance,tlio Utile girl fhojveroil
her golden onerlng' ovlt her; grshd
iarcntaaon a tribute to (h?j- go3r
wedding. Crngratulatlons by thOiMj
nrOkLnt. en Uio initt flfti" )ears 'if
wedded happiness, nnjl well.wlthC3 lo
ns many moro aiung tuo tainu.iiiiir
cftntalrcil the Known quantity of 'a
tollj. Mr, and Mis, Alexander Young
would Imn.becn cruvhed to tho floor
by their wclpliti At tho concluslgu of
thin timcrnni Mr. mill Mrs. Alexander
Young to tlTSi trains of tho I.ohcngrltrVltw roses. Mtb. Robert
wedding mnrth, lid thelrt guckls to wore n whlto laco robe,
Mrs. Arthur Wilder woro an apricot)
satin; a diamond alcrctto wns
In tlm linlr. Mrs. Ooorgo Herbert'
hnndEomc In n superb black
town. Mrs. nalrd woro a light bluo
lililiW crepp. with touches of silver.
"Mil's line Iiatnon worn a cloth of tfplA
gown with an ocnlress of ntcviiei.
Mrs. James Uougherty was a'plcturo
in pink crepo do chine, spanglej-jn
lter. Mrs. Matsnn a gown i waB
irmong the handsomest; It w'aspf
aliaurn satin, embellished with roso
I'xilnt laco. Mrs. Arthur Ilerg a?J
clod In white chiffon, molded In tho
prualling tasnto'i, noruereu jMin yei-i
tho makttl ballroom, whlcn had been Among tho gucstB present wera
resi-pcd for Uiu "young pooplo to Governor nnd 'Mrs. Walter I. Krear,
dance Irt. The two Jnllrooins-oMhO
Y'6ung nro'connpeted byn roof gardan,
anil this garden was a blaze of electric
lights. Tlni Illumination would hao
done credit to Nov York city, Tim
sidt s1 of tho garden had been cauurli'il
with ctnvas to ccyvo as n. proleoJcin
lu qao of, rain. Ho.wo.ier Dll.i vji
unnecessary ns Jilt" night waa..P!!rfst'
It being a typical Hawaiian. venlp
with millions of stars' overhead,. i"0 A
liio roof gitden wiis jjwciit "yL Jm1 y
breezes vhlcli were, keenly cnjo.tfil
nn.l llinrn wnro snra b of orchids and by tho dancers na they nronicnailtJ
ueiwctu wnuzs an T,wo;BCfs uif
letting uf this garden reminded onojil-
tho month uf May In Callliornlaln'H'
tall Mises of lilies. Mr. nnd Mrs. vM
exander Young received under four
golden wedding bells. Tho takers
woro composed of iu rials of tiny elec
tric lights, nnd tho bclln were sus.
pended by broad jellow satin rlbbpns.
Chotco maidenhair fern and raro bisk
ots of orchids woro hung overhead,
while numerous baskits of trailing iis
paragus vino nnd'n drapery of smllax
lOHiilfTd lu a bower Of tropical vcrduro.
At half nftor clfht tho gnents bagan
nirlve Ovtr a tboueand friends nml
ncqtintnfancoi had b(cn Invltod, nnt
tho reception Jastud until ten oripc?.
It was Indeed a be-iutlful;blghtto lieo
Mr. mid Mis. Young surrounded by
tholr family, thp irons ami ilnuglitorif.
assisting In receiving tholr iiumcmus
guests. Many members of tho family
Ind Journojed thousands of miles iivor
Judge and Mrs. Sanford II. Dole Mr,
nnd Mrs. Robert Lowers, Mr. t(noj
Sirs. P. A. Sclucfer, Miss Schacftr.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Damon,"-Miss
May Damon, Mr, and Mrs. Frank
Dinum. Mr. nlnl Mrs. 1I..I'. IJ.ild-
'w-ln. Mr. nnd Mrs. W, W. Hall. MIm'j
'Hall;' Judgo and Mrs. Robertson,
Judge and Mrs. Wilder, Mr. ana
Mrs. I.owrey, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Kennedy, Mr, nnd Mrs. P, ,M.
vv'nny.y, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hrncst KopkoT
Mr. .-rod Mrs. Arthur Wall, Miss Jes
slr Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hede
miinn. Mr. nnd Mrs, Thoodore Rlchi
"afds, Mr and Xlrs. T. Cllve Davits,
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo Davlo. Mm.
visitors from tho mainland that It v
hard to reallzo that It was mldvvlm
Tho canopy forming n promenade f
tho guests, vvas festooned with pv
roses and at Intervals yvero suspfiiv
hanging backets of pink camutlo
Intertwined with maidenhair ferns. C
tho Kwa side of tho roof garden w
huns, a mammoth goldtn wedding b
composed of over n thousand ckctr
lights. The .ballroom was decoraf
lu golden California poppy, and yi
beautiful flower wns used In great i"
fusion. Humlreds of electric llgb'
woro hlruns from tho tenter of h
room to tho coiners and covered wit
yollow1 hlllt shades madn to reprcso
Inn.l nml p.oa to liartlclnato In tlilx Joy. popples, A lug basket Of this fca-
ful ovmt. Tho receiving itirly In I flower was susponded l tho center
tho sentiment vui oxprosred liy'W "f ndrcw Puller, Misses Walker,
eluded Mr. und Mrs. Alexander Young
Mr, and Mrs. Drcdgo of Oakland, Cnl.;
Mr. nnd Mrs Atchlbald Young of tills
city, Dr, nml lln Iiownrd of San
Kmticlfco, Dr. and Mrs, Anderson of
Ilonnluiii, Mr. nml Mrs. vim Hamni of
Honolulu, Mr. Ilobort Young of Hlh
Hawaii. Mr. tmd Mrs. TUmnns JlpNab
auil'MlEB U, Ruth Young of Honolulu
Shortly nftor ten a short propran
vvas fcnilweil. Mr, Drtdgo, ona or tho
ruin In law, caino ii, hearing, I,vv0
hwords that woro crossed n fiyit, of
Mr, Alexnndor Young A platform had
been constructgi for tho occasion! the
music for j Highland danco waB
played on'a-ilano lhaVwas completely
concealed by American Beauty roses;
flyo of Mr and Mrs. Young's Hrand
chlldron appeared In Scotllsn'costitmo
The)' weru tho Misses IK-alifleo and
Oladsa Dredge, little Wilts' raujlii
Yonpg, Master Arrhlbaltl'YOnutr, Jr.
tho room, Tim contort! of tho llowoi
worn lighted by inlnlatiiro cleclr
light bulbs and produced a novel v
feet, On this occislou many baaut
ful toilettes vvero observed, Mrs. A
oxandir Young woiq n grey crep
meteor, with nu ou'Vdress of groy ch'
foil cloth, studdvl In pearls; a super
diamond crescent was tho only Jewele
ornament worn. MIsh II. Ruth Youti
was clad In ricam satin, umbos'scd I
lavender and pink volvct roses'. Mn
Howard wore a jellow chiffon trlmme
In pearl trlmmlng3. Mrs. McNal
looked beautiful (n whlto' satin w(
an overdress of point lacp.jcaught wit,'
plnlt roses. Mrs. Drcdgo( was hand
.sonio In black chantllly laco over gol
Win; priceless pearl nccklnco wa
worn. Mra, Hulllvan vvorp xn Ipicort
Qd gown of crrnm sll( tope, with t
gihiltiiro of pink rotci'. M;s. vpr
Hamni looked tiinnliig InJ u I rtner
aml .Master Nel-on Young TlioM) flxulgown, ono of I'liquln's models of grcj
minion UVtT Hi11 viuiii. kii" .ncuu
chlldron tnlutml their grandpiirenti;
tho thrto joungor ihlldieu formed o
Ixidy guard for tho two Dredgc'chl!'
drcn, who ilanei a Highland l'llng In
honor of tho brldo nnd groom, who nro
of Scotch descont. jThe dancing was
cntluis'nellc-tlly received by the audi
ence. Tho jicit numbqr on Iho pro
gram vvero two Scotch balladB, snug
by -Mrs. Mnckatf of this city. .Mrs
Muckttll poBhVsti't n high rich soirano
and lies M'lio Is pot only pnvraful but
Djmpathotfc mi welt and II Ja nl'vas a
treat ta hear bur sliigi Tho till of tho
e onlng wua. made .by Mls Hitrlc
Iredgo who danced n Golden Shovvor
danco In her grand pa; ents' honor. This
danto liad btcn especially arranged
for tho occasion; little Miss Dreiigo
appeared In n billowy costiinio of soft
golden silk. Tnts limo gi" is an pv
was clad lu n handi.uiiio lilicl, gown
Mrs. Archibald Young wiifo nn era'
brolderftl hivctiiliT chlfTnn ombelllshed
In roo point laco. Mrs, Aiulerson
worn n hnndsoniu black frock Sllsr
ilcMahim looked beautiful In a prln
Kf-i frock pf pasted blue. Jlrs. UreBsc
voni u i remit B"W i jvniia net,
TiNivlly embroidered. Mrs, ,1, P. C
Hngcus wore a black spangled gown
with u cortaigQ of Ameilcau lleauty
roses. Mril ('Hilton 11-illunlMia woro n
bcautlfu) mbii of uliltu lace. Mrs.
Robert Shlnglo'G gown of llgljt bluo
satin with n utolo effect of gold wan
much admtied, Mrs. Gcorgo D.ivlcs
was beautifully clad In whlto satin
with a bertha of leal laco. Miss Mat-
con woro a batiy btuo satin princess,
Messrs. Walker, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. M.
Irown, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. II. Mc-
Uockcr, General and Mrs. McClsI
nn, Colonol Wall" Schuyler, U. fl.
.; Mr. nnd Mrs. K. A. Mott-3mlth,
.Ir. 01114 Jlrs- - J Campbell, 'Mr.
md Mrs. J. V. Cooke, Sir. nl M'
J. O. Ilallcntyno, Mr. nnd Mrs. U
renney Peck, Dr. nnd Mrs. Herbert,
lr. and Mrs. Tenncy, Mr. and tors.
P. M. Wakefield, Mr, nnd Mrs. Kred'
U Wnldron, Mr. and Sirs. J. P. C.
ilagctis. Dr. and Mrs. Wood, Mr. and.
Mrs. Ashford, Mr, and Mrs. N.,OU
landt of San Pranclsco, Mr and
Mrs. Robert Cation, E. Ar I'.' New
cniub, Miss Now'cnmb, Col. and Mi's.
3opcr, Mrr and Mrs. Seymour Hall,
Mr. and Mrs. Theo, Hoffmann, Mr.
and Mm. H. F. Dillingham, W. 1c
Dllllnglianii Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Slilnglo, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Camp
bell, Mr. and Mrst S. a. Wilder,
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Wilder, Dr.' and
Mrs, Scuddor, Mr, nnd Mrs. W H.
Ilabbltt, Dr. and Mrs, High, Mr. and
Mrs. Gartloy, Mr. and Mrs, Olson,
Miss Wlckktrum. Mr. and Mrs. Dan
iel l.ogan, Mr. and MrB. Thos: Weir,
Mr. Cobb, Dr. and Mrs. C. II. Coopor,
Mrs. Wnlbridgo. Mr. and" Mrs. Clir
ford Kimball, Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
Smlt(i, Mr. Roth, Mr. and Mrs. ReM
ford, MrB. Gardner Wilder, Mr. and
Sirs. Hedcmailn, Mr. and Mra. V.
Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert, Mr.
and Mrs. Dougherty. Mr. and Mra.
Wlllanl Hrovvn, Mr, nnd Mrs. Doer
lug, Mr. and Mrs. King, Mr. and
Mrs. Marston Campbell, Dr, and Mrs;
Mousarrat, Dr. and Mrs, Ilobdy,
Major und Mrs. Wadhams, Mr. and
Mrs. Rlggs. Dr. and Mrs, arossuan.
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Atkinson, Mr.
and Mrs. l. M. Watsqn, Mr. and
Mrs, W. H. nalrd, Mr. nnd Mrs. Po
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Halstcad, Mr, anil
Mra. Jack .Dowsctt, Mr. and Mrs.,
Howard Hitchcock, Mr. and Mrs.'
I.jlo. Sir, I'fotenhtuer, Sir. and Mrs.
Ilerg, Mr, and. Sirs. Parrlngton, Sir.
and Mrs. W. R. Castlo. Mr. and Alra,
Ji A. AlcCandlcss, Sir. and Mrs.
Rodtok, Sirs. Confer, SlUs Center.
Sir. nnd Sirs. Prod Smith, J. II,
HertEclu, Miss Helen' Alexander. ,
itoi, auu airs, aicxuuuit, sir, min
Mrs. nrnlnord Smith, Mrs. B. Ghurcls.
Judgo Cooper, who, loft Honolulu fe1
Wllklilncton. 1) C. nntnnnrlnnt'k.'T
Mrs. CHvo I iiK'BS. Is cMioctCd .toTtt.turn .slinriKvSl
iL'titiiL'ii Dtim tuiR i"" dim 1 " i ; - ' 1 - :-. 7 it-.f -ii
' trcmcly graceful danegr ttad Jicr Pals vya sownod in emu croue.,wnen no vrm JKoaoioj.-M