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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JAN. 27, 1912.
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WIFE OF GREAT POET IS NOT
AFRAID TO PREACH FREE LOVE
(Continued from Page 13)
knovv'n In Honolulu, having spcnt
a number of winters In the Island.
In November anil December of 19ld Ii'b
was a guest at the Moana anil Was
especially enthusiastic about atitomd
tilling. He coulil 1o observed start
ing" each ntornlng and afternoon from
the hotel In his largo 'seven-scoter
"Packard" that he brought with him.
Mr. lluck has been enjoying a trip with which she declared her love.
around the world on the Cleveland. Proposed at First Sight.
At Ills entertainment Wednesday. Mr. "I nunc across n book of Maurice
and mnlileu hair, and Mrs. Walter Wall were tho guest Maeterlinck," she mild, "nnd I wan en
at six o'clock 'tho of honor, Tho luncheon tablo Ws, rri lured. I rend und re-rend It nnd
I'elrlc-Cn-nes Nuptial-, y
A quiet but Impressive ceremony
took place on the evening of January
the tweuty-ntth, when Miss Mary K.
Crewcs became tho lirlilo of Mr. 1-es-ttr
l'etrle. The nuptials were per
formed by Canon Ault In St. Andrew's
Cathedral, The Interior of this .Im
posing edifice Is so beautiful that II or
nl decorations nrc almost superfluous.
On Thursday evening, tho nltar and
dinncel rail wero banked with whlto
IIOHTON. Mnss., Jan. ".Mine Mne
tcrllnck, wife of the fuinout Ilclglun
poet nnd playuright, spread the Loup
yr clnspt-1 of hope among the imitinr
rlcd women of tho universe yesterday
by admitting that she propuied to her
She admits, too, that her proposal
frightened lilm by the InipctuoMty
brldal party entered the church. Tho ndorned with dozens of long stemmed then I declared, 'He It mines, bo U
nung bride looked unusually pretty Amerlt an llenuty roses. Tho lurich- mine; my husband; my love; the only
In lur bridal rolio of white crepo ,dncon favors for the women folk, were love I Imvo ever known. I slmll meet
iblne, fiiKliloncd over satin, with trim. ' corsage bouquets, composed of the h.in (.hall love him, be must Jove
mlngs of silk fringe and tassels. A tame variety of roses. After Ultin.'fiie.' A party wns given nnd I tuit In-
largo and betomlng white pl turfT lint, the host and Ills party motored to Fort
trimmed In willow plumes wng worr. linger and the Pall, and visited Rev
Instead of tho trnilltlonal shower boil- eral minor points of Interest around
ipiet of brides rosea being enrrled, a lown. Among thoso present were Mr.
handsome Prayer Uook that was the C. W. liitck, Mr, ami Mrs. Hcnthlll,
gift from nn Intimate friend wag sub-Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wall, Miss Dalsj
Minted. Miss Caroline (Crowes, a Diet, and Mrs. A. II. Martin,
sister of the bride was tho maid ofl 4t
honor. This young girl woro n linnd-j Theio was an Important meeting
come gown of white, embroidered, last Saturday at tho Promotion Com
Frcnth miirtpilselte, veiled over pink, mlttee, when a number of the society
lncssnlluc. An cxipilsllo white picture, women who are taking nn active In
hat, with facings of jilnk satin undjterest In the coming Floral Parade,
trimmed with a band of white ostrich " to discuss their plans. Mrs. J.'M.
feathers, completed tho costume. Tho ' Oowsett Is chairman of the commit
groom and his bestman, Mr, Charier tee. The women acting on' this corn
Murray, met the bridal party at the! mltfce nre taking on active Interest In
nltar, where Mr. II. K.Jlertlenian, gae getting residents and visitors In Ht
ilm lirliln lulu Dm li'eenlnip nt imr fit. I nolulii to decornto niid enter their ears
tun l,,,al.n..l tnimn.ltnlnli, nttn ,1... Ill tlin nm'irnnrh I n I- I'lnrnl PnVniln TIL '
v'ted. Tin re I saw Maeterlinck. 1
shrieked out; I ran wildly toward him.
lie was nfrndl of me. ITe feared me.
"'.My man, my man, you are mine,'
I xnld, and 1 took Ills hnrid.
"He was nwed, overcome with my
.Mclglali poet love her. How then was
'she nblo to hold his lore, to iiialutaln
j their blissful, Ideal domestic slate that
lias become so well known in the world
jas the poet's works?
"To bold u man's love," was the re
ply, "I can ojily say 1 never try to hold
It. The moment a woman thinks any
tie or bond, or earthly vow or law can
kiep her sweetheart nlwuya htrs, that
moment she has lost hlin.
'.Mnrrhigo Is a convenience of so
ciety, but it has nothing to do with
anything nffectlri glo'vo other than unit,
luff two Individuals who arc In line or
profess tlieinseVvcs to be.
'Society, clothes, the stage, u voice.
Ah, what do they mean tit Insf With
love all In possible to n woman: with
out It she Is worthless."
"And, spenkink of "chllfiren, madam,
do you regret Hint you hnvo imni'?"
Husband Overgrown Baby.
"I Imvo n baby," she milled. "Tim
only baby I lulvo ever longed for nnd
ceremony, tbe happy young tou'pl'n and
the wore of relatives and Intimate
friends that witnessed tho ceremony,
motored to the bride's former home,
whero a wedding simper was served,
Prior to the supper nn Informal recep
tion was held In the drawing room,
when tho young couple were shower
rd with good wishes and congratula
tions. The drawing room was garland,
ed with tropical vines nnd white chry
santhemums. At seven o'clock, the
bridal supper was served in the din
ing room. The color schemo In this three months In her Island home on
room was In pink and green nlnk be-. Tuesday's steamer, the good wlshej
lector Arthur Wall Is Indeed fortun
ate in i-ccurlng .such an actlvo com
mittee. Among those who attended
the Saturday's meeting were Mrs, .1.
M. Dowselt, Mrs. Helen Noonan, Mr.
Kdword Julius Tlmbcrlnkc, Mm. L, U
MtCan'dless, Mrs. George Sherman,
Mrs. A. J, Campbell, Mrs, Augustus
Murphy, Airs. Harry lwls, Mrs. C.
Montague Cooke and others.
Mrs. (loo. Drown, daughter of Mrs.
Itohert l.lshman, leaves for her homo
In New York after a most delightful
lug a favorite color of tho bride's. The
long table was covered with smllaxV
li.aldcn hair ferns and I'.le pink car
nations. In the center of the tablo
of her many friends go with her.
I.lcut. Comdr. Wurtshaiigh gave n
ery plcaBant tea party oh board tho
licet who nro stopping In the city.
Mrs. Win. Hoblnson, wlfa of Judge
Ttoblnson, was a homecoming pasjen-
nudaclty. ns he thought It to he. He'""' "'"" nnve-my imsuniiii. ne is a
was wonderful, but so shy, so dlin-blK, overgrown baby, us eery splen
,t,,t, did mail Is. The greater the Intclll-
Tlnnlly he beenme Interested In me-. 'gdice- of n man. the more- of a child bo
He asked mo pertinent auctions iihout,' '" i"m moods."
myself, my life, and I told lilm all. l' Of woinnnV HufTriige Mine Matter
told lilm of my nature-, my views mi llnck said:
marriage. Ho listened In) his iitieer,' "I beltevti that n woman shiuild have
blrdllko way. I was Interesting, he the snine privileges lis u man ir she
ncknnvvlctig'ri), mitt new In his t-jcperl- wants to vote- why Isn't she given lt
eiiee. I said. "You doubt me-7 Lenve. If she aspires tu it free inoriil code
me nnd I shall mnke'Vdil believe In me.'. why Inn't It hers7 There Is n new era
"We' parted, but love still lingered opening up for woman. .She Is mom
In -my heart. Ilvcry day for three and morn dialing Iter, pinto and will
months I wrote to Maeterlinck nnd btcoino it belter wife- for" being a ro
tnld lilm my every tboiikbt. I never! iinshifi-kli-il 'human being."
wivv him nor would I set- lilm. Mine. Maeterlinck li n law unto her-
"At last, after three mouths, he came self She btlleves In originality
to me and we hnvo loveid for all time"! "I have never1 dfosicd' In the mode,"
Talka in Dreislng-Rooni. 'she sold, "liecnnsn lilitcst the mode.
Thus Mine, Mnelerllnck for the llrst It only aeienliiiiteH the Mupldlly of
time told the wonderful story eif her women. -
loyo for tho )iet. Hh'e was sitting 111 "My religion," slit- roncludid. "Is to
her drtsslng room nt Hit- Huston Opera lle up to what I bellevo Is right. I
House lifter the dress rehearsal of may have been wrong mini times In
"Pcllcas and Mt-lll-uthtlc," which l)n utliirH eyes, but I have only myself
Tlussy founded on the work of her bus- to give mo sthlidnrils No other hu
b.ind and In which she- Is to appear us man being has l right to dictate stand
Pellens. arils to other Intelligent humnii be-
She admitted thnt shn li.id mndo tho lugs."
wo start our nnuual
Watcli for our ad in
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
185 King Street
was a mammoth wedding cake, decor-; Sollth Dakota last Sunday,. Tho f
ated with white tulle and lllllcs of the tlon was In honor of tho ladles of
valley. At the conclusion of the biip
per, the delicious cake was cut by
Mrs. Letter Pctrle. After supper,
dancing wns enjoyed until a late hour.
Shortly before midnight, the yonngKpr '" l,1B Wlineimina, alter eight
couide left for Kahala whero a month's1 months visit to mainland cities.
Paymaster and Mrs." H, R. Stevens
much to the regret of their many
friends will leave Honolulu during tho
month of June.
Mr. nnd M.rs. A. O, M, Uobertson
are at home again after n very pleas
ant ten days spent at their Tantalus
Mr. nntl Mrs.r". W. Macfarlanc, Sr.
will be homo on the ZStli. Mr. Mac
farlane Is greatly Improved In health.
PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL NOTABLE
honey moon Is to be spent. As they I
left In the nulomobllo they were'
showered with confetti and rice. On
their return to town. Mr. and Mm..
Pctrle will reside In Nuuanii Valley.
Among those present nt this happy!
event were: Mrs. Mary Crewes, Mr.'
and Mrs. H. P. Wood, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ilert Petrle, Madam Pctrle, Mr. and
Mrs. II. P. Ilertelmait. tho MIssVs Her
telman, Mr. and .Mrs, Henry Smith,
the Misses Smith, Mr. J. Clarke, Mr.
l.i-mou, Mr. John Hughes, Mr. (larrctt
Hughes, Mr. Charles Murray, Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Hardee, the Misses MtCort
Taubu Umlll. nt llul.n.. .t , ...
!,.. 1 II. n ,.r. ,.. ""- "I " .,r.vum, v., nil.
,,siu v.,, ,,, weuiKi- iucorrifiton, uip,!
.tiiss inyior, me Misses I'rowrs, Mr
Clantnii, Jlr. I nmbcrt and Mr. Me
Keckne and others.
while operating nn nutoinolillo
nt u speed of CO miles un hour.
I Actions must speak louder than
words In order to mnku themselves
31 r. ('. W. Unci's l.linclieoil. heard above the bojstlng,
A luiKlicon of note was given Wed-j
nesdny afternoon nt the Moana Hotel A girl who Is more ornamental than
by Mr, C. W, lluck, a millionaire of useful can at least keep wmio fool nun
San Prauelseo. Mr. lluck Is well guessing.
A Classy Place to Dine!!!
The Y.M.CA Cafeteria
GOOD MEALS, QUICK SERVICE, PRICES REASONABLE
You Will Become a Booster
The Cafeteria .Itiuei Commutation Dookt $5 in tickets for
The 10"; Discount will pay for a Regular Membership ($5)
In two months' time.
It Pleases Particular People
The carnival which, under the man
agement of a private, association, has
been held In Manila for a week of
every February for the past tlneo
years, will, on Its next ouetilug, he
changed" In ono Important respect.
Hitherto It has Included, besides the
amusements and pageants which arc
moro generally associated with the
word "carnival," an excellent Indus
trial department, to which exhibits
erected four for the, .exhibits lo bOi
tent In by the provinces, one for thojo
of tho bureaus of the Insular govern-I
ment, one for educational work, a ma
chinery hall, and suitable quarters for
the live-stock exhibits.
The agricultural, Industrial, nnd
commercial exhibits from tho prov
inces nVo 'expet led to6o particularly
comprehensive nud Important, Nearly I
Illustrative of tho lesaurces of t ho.iill the piovlnres will participate; und
Islands nnd their development were! all that do liui been reqtieitoil lo pre
contributed by the government, the paro folifers tlescrlplhe of the pomila
provinces, and by business hous'e3. It! tlon, rerourees, nnd natural attractions
came to bo felt, however', thai morel of their portions of the Islands for til
systematic and extensive promotion trlhutlon to visitors nnd prospective
work could be done along these lints tourists and Investors. In tluM ex
by making this part of the carnival a lilblts, of course, the slnplo agrlcul
matter of public concern: and, with turnl products of the Islands will li
this end In view, the Philippine legit.' particularly In evidence chiefly fit
lature, during tho session of 1910-U.jgar, copra, abaca (Manila hemp), lo
apVoprlutod the sum of $25,01)0 for an'bacco, corn nnd rite but many minor
exposition of local products and re
sources to be held In tonnectlon with
tile carnival of 1912 anil on adjoining
grounds. A hoard was later appointed
to work out the project; and the re
sulting plans are now well advanced.
The exposition will he held- from
February 3 to 10, 1912, bcith date3 In
clusive, on n part of the grounds
wholly occupied In former years by
the carnival. This tract, known as
Wallace Field, Is situated Just Fouth
o"f tho old walled city, ha9 amplo
street car tonnectlons with the busi
ness district, and Is but a fow min
utes from the new docks and directly
opposite the now and luxurious Manila
products of potential or growing torn-
merclal Importance will In this way
be hrought to tho attention of pur
chasers. Among the nrtiit Impnrtnul
of these latter are tin- native textiles,
plnas. Justs, and slnninays, mnuufac
tures exclusively or In mmblnatlon of
pineapple, ahnra and silk; many varl
etles of native hats, mats nnd baskets
anil shell goods, Most of these, par
ticularly the plnas, Jusls, and the lints
have already found an extensive mar
ket Tu" the United States. With the
efforts now being inatlp through the
medium of the sihoolt, to stuuilnrdlre
and syetemntlro prodintlon, the Im
portnnro of this branch of the cxnort
Hotel, Admission to tin-grounds wild trade Is rapnily growing Wherever
be entirely free. posclble at tue exposition every step
Wide Cliiirncler of Ills phi) x. of the various Industries will he dem
A number of largo buildings will ho onstrnted nn Hit- ground
8HE USES HONOLULU IN SMUGGLINO
SAN PltANCISCO, Jan. 17. Mrs. i Inspector Joseph Head was ordered
Kllznbeth I lloydsten called upniit Ko to the li ink nnd take posses-
ejusioms uoiiccior minium yoHioruay
with un attorney for tho purpose of
devising n plan tu escape the ciiusc
tucnces of what the customs iiuthor
Hies' believe to bo un attempt to
Hinugglo JltiOtt wurth of Jewelry Into
When tho Mongolia arrived last Sat
Rlon of Hie Jewels, which he did, and
now tho lady runs the risk of losing
her property und of being lined tin leu
thu valiiu of tho goods, or JIMIO.
If the Jewels we-ie bought lit Hono
lulu or If th'ey wero taken by tho lady
from this country when nhti went
Monday and Tuesday
Positively Last Days of Sale
of EMBROIDERIES, LADIES' UNDERWEAR, SHIRTWAISTS,
WASH SILKS, PILLOW TOP8. tlo.e up business on 31st.
FORT STREET ... . -. NEXT TO CONVENT
urtluy from tho Orient Mrs. lloydsten Inliroud I hoy would hinti been entered
was on hoard, a through pitsseugcr
frdin Kobe, Japan, to San Francisco.
At Honolulu the customs people wero
Informed Hint she went nshtfro wear
ing her diamonds nud cinernliU und
that she left them ut Wells, Fu'rg6 &
fn.t..nn..'a ..fflm, b. ,!... a...-, ...1(1. .11-
I VfUii()'tiit n uiticu ill iiiui jfuii ,t,,ii Mr
fieti of duly, but the fact (list shn ucd
the express company ,1s the vehicle
to hind the Jewels heie surreptitiously
will go hard against her with Ihn t-'ec-relury
of the Tieusury, lo whom lie
matter has been refened.
Tho following Is u list of thu-'iitlclc
rcctloiiB lo Imvo thenl shipped to her kcleil; Ono solllnlrti diamond ring,
I In tarn of tin- Hlbernlu hank in this one emerald ilug with two dkini'ind'i,
city Tho fact that the ludy wius bare ono gold ling with diamonds, out- cin
ut the usual orminientu when uhe nr- eruld ilug center sliiuc nilculiu; tins
rived awakened biisplclnu In the ens- gold watch set with illuuinml. ono
toniB nien, ii'nil they learned frtiiii per- J'"'" neelthice, one Jad hraceltit, tine
Sous on Iho Btcumer of the expreSH of. pnlr J.tdn e.irrlngil. one J.ulti In east-
Hughes Comedy Co.
At Bijou Theater
Change of Program
Most Laughable Farce on Earth
Tonight the Last Performance of
15c. 20c, and 30c
, pin, uno bluall piece of Jadu.
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