HONOLULU BTAE-BULLETD?, SATURDAY;1 APRIL 1 ,1916.
By Special Requsts
TJi A ITMI r.
King of Comediansln ;
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Charlie's great comedjmas
terpiece. A laugh ever sec
ond. Also a sXM.ial tlisoi
Feature in four thrilling art
"Through Turbulent W; ersr
Show Starts at 7:45 o 'Cock
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Garlic In Candy
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Matinee Today, 2:15 P. M.
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KYiPRESENTS v :
THOMAS MEIQHAN an SE3SUE HAYaJiAWA la
A' Tense Drama of the.O
27th" Excitinsr ; Chapter o
DIAMOND FROM THE
SKY'.;' , '
: lMMineOwn People!'
jj Prices 10, 20,30 Cents.
mmffic in Five Paris 2
i IPATHE WEEKLY'
; 'Up-ttthe-IBnnteV.'i v
j A n Box Seats, 50 Cents.
H LAST TIME r
1 ual i.- .
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' ' X-Ereai WIIXIAM FOX productik !l000 pedple, $100,00d photo-
olaT BirDreme; 600 scenes. A circus Id a county fair rented . espe-
ciailr for the production.' Don't niisalis.
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"A Day at San ,::o Fair
AND ATWO-REEI SIDE i'UTT
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; : Matinee Daily a&15 ;
Evening Shows starts 7: IS '
of Ney York aim
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i i NEW THOUGHT
efficial Lecturer for the great IntcrnatLn
ALLIANCE, "will give a short course of lectrcj . tesinnlng ; ,
FRIDAY EVENING;! 1 ml Sliarp I
'. At ' Miller 'and Beretania Sts old Kllohfcj Art League Bldg.
e Kew Idea qf Life." ,
Subject: THE NEW IDEA OF LIFE.
The remainder of. the course on.the.fol
Friday,, March 3)st, 8 p. m. y Subject
. Saturday. April 1st, 3 p. nv Subject: "Jv Vine in Old Bottles.- ;
' Saturday, April-1st, 8 P. m. SucJeCtll fhei Key to x Health, ,
Wealth and Love. '-. '
Monday, April . 3rd, 3 p, m Subject : Itncarnation, or Xtfe !a
'a Master Position.'
the Long Run
Monlay, April 3rd, S m. 4 Subjectr Ll
" Tuesday, April 4th, 10:30 n. m.' Subject
A Free Offering
New Thought Heal- j
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V- if by chance some friend should
ouer yon some sweetmeats today, do
not get the idea that your friend Is
becoming cverly generous or is run
ning for office. He may not be, and in
that case you are certainly, ace for a
surprise. Much of the candy, that is
passed around today contains garlic
blocks of wood, old pieces of leather
and sundry other ingredients from
ccal tar to1 shoe blacking.
: The boys are out today, and the
hat on the sidewalk and the big coin
with a string on it is .proof that
"April Fool" has not been forgotten.
If you are called oa the phone to
come down 'to the bank to receive an
annuity of eighteen million dollars, it
might be so, but this date is marked
down on the calendar as April L ,
Many of the tricks on April Fool
Day are old. but still, as P. T. Bar
num says, there is occasionally one
born wlrt can be fooled, and from a
count this morning about 90 per cent
of the population has to date "bit,"
It may come at any time as one who
"bit" today says. Be prepared!
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JAPANESE CONSUL AND
KOREAN BISHOP WILL
BE ENTERTAINED HERE
: Prominent Americans and Japanese
of the city-will hold a luncheon at
the Young, Hotel on Monday noon in
honor of Consul-general R. Moroi. who
will suceed Acting Consul H. Arita,
and Bishop rM. C. Harris, who has for
years been a missionary in Korea.
Bishop Harris is well known in Ho
nolulu having passed through here on
a number of occasions. He is also
well acquainted : in Japan, where he
was given, a reception the day, before
his departure' on the Shinyo Maru.
During the luncheon. Dr. Doremus
Seudder and -- Acting Consul-general
Arita' will talk. ; j-' .
Preliminary plans are being arrang
ed. for. a Joint reception, and farewell
for. Consul-general Moroi and Acting
Consul-general Arita. The ttvo promi
nent Japanese are well, known in Ja
panese diplomatic . circles, and many
Americans will take the opportunity
tor welcome the new consul-general and
at "the same ,time expresa a -regret
that Consul Arita must leave Hawaii.
POLICE J UD G 0 ENJiES; j
ADVICE'TO AUTO DRIVER
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deny that my advjce.to.Sgt; John
McKay, U. S. A, yesterday- morning
was a 'flirtation with Justice, as
claimed by the " AdrertiBer," said Po
lice Judge J. M. Mon parr at today. "On
(he contrary, it was an effort on my
part to help the man- get justice. :
The evidence failed to substantiate
the' thafgr 'thaf heltras dtunk - whlle
driving, although the man did admit
that he had had a drink- or two. Yet
the ' man pleaded guilty.; X advised
him then how serious was the charge
of driving la an Intoxicated condition,
and as the man insisted , that hi was
not drunk but had difficulty in mak
ing his steering wheel, worlc properly
says it 'didn't obey his hand I al
lowed him : to withdraw his plea of
guilty and change It to one of not
guilty. .; T
J'ln the meantline i 'v Prosecutor
Charles F. Chlllingworth, at the, re
quest of the police, : changed the
charge to one of heedless driving, for
which offense 1 fined theyBoldier f 15
and cost. j Never have I imposed a
fine as low as, l5 for driving while
intoxicated. I ' consider . that a very
serious offense. : ' 'f ;
: McKay drives f 6r , an army officer
and was trying out sf car 'for his colo
nel when the accident happened." '
CHlfiKEMTHIffETS I vl
. - NINE: MONTHS IN COOP
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: Chicken stealing - fs not confined to
the Southland. Yee , Yung Soon a
barefooted Korean." was sentenced to
nine . months this morning' by .Police
Judge Monsarrat on the ( charge . of
having' receive stolen; chickens and
selling them; ; . - "v. ;
While housewives ire paying a
head for poultry ' Mrs: Mary Santos
values her chickens at St a head. But
even at that price she' dislikes to lose
two one day and four the next, and
suddenly find them on sale in a gro
cery store down town, v So Mrs. San
tos talked to Sing Sing, Sr., father of
the' Chinaman who was assulted by a
Porto Ricss this morning, and pro
prietor of tbe grocery store, about ter
chickens. He gave her one of them
back, ' and - in his chlcken4)uyer wis
dom had a policeman arrest Soon for
stealing. ;':'.v -
Soon claimed to have received them
free from a Chinaman whose name he
didn't know. , He admitted that he
had spent four months in jail on a
similar charge. ,
Nineteen cases and one motion are
on the calendar for the April term of
the supreme court, which began to
day. The calendar !sr As follows:
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Rlnsabura Kuwahara v. Sada Kuwa
hara. Appeal front circuit Judge, sec
ond circuit. V
Territory of Hawaii v. W. H. Field.)
Appeal from district magistrate 1 of
Wallukn'. ; .
, In the matter of the application -oil
Maka WiEoit lor a wru 01 naoeas
corpus for one Ah Fan alias Ah Fon.
Appeal from Circuit Judge, first cir
cuit. ; ' '
;. Hee Fat v. Wong Wwal. et al. Err
or to circuit court, first circuit.
Territory of Hawaii, by I. M. Stain
back, attorney-general, v. Honolulu
Rapid Transit & Land Co. Appeal
from circuit jbdge. first circuit.
Nettie L. Scott v. Esther N. Pilipo,
et alt. Exceptions from circuit court,
Esther N. Pilipo et alt. v. Nettle L.
ScotL Exceptions from circuit court,
third circuit J
In the matter of the claim for com
pensation of Ichijiro Ikoma against
Oahu Sugar Company, Ltdv and Ken
IchI, Harumi. Reserved question from
industrial accident board. City and
County of Honolulu.'
Mae B. Zumwalt y. John Luther, Wil
liam Zumwalt. Error to circuit
Judge, fourth circuit. . :
: 8. Halama v. Kaili Halama; Ap
peal from circuit judge, first circuit.
Walter .W. Scott, a minor, et alv v.
Mary N. T Lucas. Submission upon
agreed statement of facts.
A. F. Cassels v. Charles T. Wilder,
tax assessor.;-Appeal from circuit
judge, first circuit., -
Joseph P. Mendonca v. G. Nakamu
ra et aU , Exceptions from- circuit
court,; first circuit. , . " ( ;
Anthony Lldgate et al., trustees un
der the Will of Charles Notley, de
ceased, v. Emma Danford et al. Sub
mission upon agreed : statement ' of
facts.,-.',':": . -' V-- -- '-;'-' "
Territory of Hawaii v. Joseph Quni.
Appeal from district magistrate of Ho
nolulu, p -"'-r : .
C. M. Hite r Angus McPhee. Error
to district magistrate of Honolulu. '
Territory of : Hawaii r. Gus vAnder
son. Reserved question from circuit
court, first circuit ? -
Yip Lan y:r Mrs. Anoaole ; AhullL
Appeal from circuit judge, second clr
cuit "; V.
In the matter of the estate of-Alex-andrina
Leihulu Clark,; deceased. Ap
peal from circuit Judge, first circuit
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;?Direction I tPhoie 2873)' j :vl:hil Byrni i f
THtS A V AT MCI A TJTI TOmOHT AT 7!45
THB FAMOUS PlJ!
tliat doalsitli the days wlien the )Vest ' was in. the nuik in i?; - - V i;
This is a wonderful 1. For your sake I advise you not to miss itl-. - ...-
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" X THE MOLOKAI TROUBADOUBS .
,; And the Eleventh Series oft . . ! " ; ' ;
. ' ' GET-RICH-QUICK WALrJHGFORD"
Ahdr the Colossal Lubih
4-Fcature film in
matinee prices ..... ... ; : .v;r. . ::u. . .10, 20,30 cts
EVENING PRICES ... .:. ..... jO, 20, 30 CENTS; RESERVED, 50 CENTS
Mot) On. "ty . -.'
C M. I lite Angus McPhee. Mo
tion by plaintiff to dismiss case. 1
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c TRACTION FRANCHISE V
Final decision as to their opinion on
the proposed amendments to the Hilo
Traction' Company 'a franchise was
postponed until Wednesday night by
the public' utilities commissioners yes
terday . at the request of Frank E.
Thompson, attorney for the Hilo Elec
tric Company A special meeting was
held by the commission to hear and
consider the amendments, but Thomp-
son, appeared and declared tnat . ni
company might , be, vitally interested
in some of the changes, and asked that
another, meeting be held in order that
he might have time to examine a copy
ot the proposed-changes. The request
was granted. v;-;, : C. ?.
The traction franchise was original,
ly granted to Leland Stanford Conness
and associates, who sold it to D. E
Metzger and associates.' .
.' - BUILDING PERMITS. '
' Hawaiian Dredging Co., owners. Lo
cation, Puuloa, Watertown, Oahu Six
dwellings. Hawaiian Dredging Co
builders' and architects. ' Estimated
cost $3150. ' v i '
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Other Scenes of Great' Interest,
Bishop Hall, Oahu College,
TONIGHT, at 8 o'clock prompt
Admission, 25 and 50 cents.
-iifd. .fary HlcKey, aea 1 o s, uml
at Dlnghtcn.'New York.
Gets Off Liahtly. ?
Because Juan Pedrin, a Porto RJ
can, gets, only $7 & week, has a wife
and three children to support, and
his wife Is consumptive. Police - Judge
Monsarrat suspended sentence of $5
against" him today. He pleaded not
guilty to a charge of failing to stop
his bicycle within ten feet of a street
car that wa s taking on passengers,
and bumping Into a woman with his
bike. ', v
f Brtg-Gea.; Benjamin ; C;: Card, TJi S.
A, retired, died at his home at Wash
ington,. aged 91. . . -
Three" men 'weretilled and five in
jured by V fall of coal and slate at the
Maple Hill colliery, Shenandoah, N. J.
Hungary has received a loan of 1$9,
000,000 : marks from a group of Ger
man' banks. ' ( .. ; '.-',.'- :
More tbaa 200 persons In .Paris and
the .Department of. the Seine, -have
been arrested- and fined, for spreading
rumors and false news. : ' ' vu"
; f !vyheri, for a small siirn ucanowh y licnre in
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- Commanding a 'marine and landscape view that for picturesque beauty is almost un-
rivalled, this ideally' lqcated property comhines to a rare degree the; healthful com- "
r forts ; of the country with" all the conveniences of the city. v ; ; ; ; ;
A magnificent new road runs through the Mclnerny Tract, connecting School Street
with J Alewa Heights. The property' is piped for city water and is - wired for V
tricity and telephones. JMit0$t E I ttl ' t 'Xry -it
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18 months, others under construction
ariy rnprIcpntracted ioti :
your own home for you on
your own plans,: ma King yo ur pay
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-iTake king St
car to - Hough-
up to School St.
83 Merchant Street
Mi PHONE. 2161
Campbell Building ;:
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