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; l iiii iLi J uiu, villi 11 iu iJURY CANDIDATES ! FOR 1913 CHOSEN I - i - Jury Commissioners Melville T. Simon ton and J ewe P. Makainal have Fifth Precinct James Kennedy smh Precinct Joiia Wiilrtwi Smithies. beveaih Trecinct Lcu.s V. Wajt-vKlng. Gladstone Srott leithead, Wii- rra. (Ham Edard McTighe, Alexander r. Eighth Precinct Chester Irwin, j.Hei&. Paul Smith. Fred .lames Turner, bcrt Weber van Valkenburg. i Ralph d:ar Turner. Ninth Precinct Carltco C. James, Sixth Precinct Jean Afcadie. Job Donald MclBtyre j R 'chelor. lien ;amin Dole, uavia icaa lenin rrecinci ueorge " Franson. Kenneth Farr, R. ii Harry A Wallace. Kleventh Precinct Samuel (' Dwifcht. Frank Florencio Fernandej. John C. Lane. Twelfth Precinct Walter Roland 'da. Victor K. K a j 1 i u ! i . Koater Keue- v. a, Manuel Parevi. Manuel W. Perry, Icauin J. Sonra. Charley fjumert Wil 'env leventh Frpcin"t iw-njamin K ARffn, Charie Lake. .lper A. Lae la i . James S l.enion. harles John Luigsen. ' harle Mi!(h'-ll. John K. William St. Hair. John I. filed fa circuit court a JistjDf 75 le' ; Cooirbs. Lawrence ft M. Kaleioiu eons from whictt-yill be selected the; Fourth PreciL-rt Earl Knapp. Fred i P.ral. 1918 territorial grand Jury, and a list; Thirteenth Preciiict Alexander K. j v-Awf.- of 2.V) persons from which will he Anna, (ieorte McKlnlav. Georce Ja.-. 1 Kighth Prc-in''t Walter U. P.radle. selected the 1918 trial Jurors for the three cojrt division. The Jurymen will be drawn In Circuit Judge Ash ford's division at 9 o'clock net Thurs day morning. Trial Jurors Following ti the list of those select ed as grand jurors: Fourth District First, PrecinctJoseph us C. Axtel'. Edward Robert Bath, Albion Fiher Clark, Charles J. Fiebfg. Edward A Jacobsoh, Thomas James McGrath. James Ashby Williams. Second Precinct Henry F. Bert mann, Frank Hcstace, ' Cecil Arthur Mackintosh. Samuel William Spencer. James Steiner. Third Precinct Johannes F. C. Abel. Harry Admitage, Edwin Benner. O. i. Arthur Berg. Frank E, Blake. Alexander G. Horn. William. K. Mac pberson. ' . Fourth Precinct Elam P. Chapin William F. Gaynor, 'James. E. Jaeger George T. Kluegel, John Markham, Jest M. McChesney. Fifth Preelnct Arthur Coyne, Hen ry Gehrlng; Floyd E. Matson, Archl bald Alfred Youog. , , -- Sixth Precinct Robert Ben jamls Booth. . . Seventh - PrecinctJoel C. Cohen Edward H. T. Wolter. Eighth Precinct-Charles J. Fait John Detor, Elmer L, vSchWarrberg, Augusto H, R. Vielra. ' Ninth Precinct WJlUrd J. Coon Jacob Cooper, Clarence L. Crabbe, Herbert Dunshee, James J. Harvey. -Tenth Precinct John Waiter Jones, Reynold Brodie McGrew, Frank Pratt Mclntyre, Arthur H.rMyhrew Twelfth Precinct Benjamin H Clarke. ' ';--.-. r , Fifth Diltrict -S First Practncf i- Harold Kainal Lon Cattle, William t -enryV Second Precinct Edward Bernard Hallber. v :.-: , Third Precinct Manuel Gomes Syl ler'v .eu. uaiunna oamBon. !" hhhtoi. 'n-uur n. - Fourteenth Precinct William Ya loau P. Geore. William Frederick Kwal Fong. Witlltxi-n. Aa N. Jrcobon. Harry Fifteenth Precinct Fred Madison i Mils' jmIi Spi-er. Fred A. Taylor, j Harry.. Whitt onb. Kdnarc! K. oon K. : arfrf. Nfnth. PwKlnct .uyian J. P.laisdell. Precinct John H. ! Jmraes Arown. Georee Edward Bruns, t ' . ..... Marshall' S. Hamman. Arthur William Precinct Arthur vesper. Fourth Precinct Earl' Knann Ell worth, "Frederick 8. Lyxtfan, Jr. Kiley. Sixteenth Jones. Seventeenth Fries Trial Jurors Following Is the list of those se lected for the trial Jurors: Fourtn District r'irst Precinct Eugene K. Allen, Johu L. K. Ashley, William H. Char lock. Henry Still Crane, Arthur Git lette Fase. Wlllard R. Grace.. Augus tine M. Guerrero, Moreno K. I lulu, Joseph W. K. Kelkl, Will V. King George Makalena, David Keliipio Mar tin, Henry Atklnscn Nye, ieonard A. C. Parish, Thomas Joseph Quinn. Ja clntho G. Silva. Charles Arthur Simp son, Harlan T. Waity, Adolph Wolff. Second Precinct Simeon Akaka, Benjamin R. Campbell. Ernest Collin Albert Richard Cunha, Thomas CL Dawkins, James Lawrence Holt, Frank Godfrey, John Taylor Gray, John K. Kamanoulu. Charles Lehraann, Daniel Naauao. John Nahaolelua, John Peter Padaken. William K. Rees, Henry P. Roth, Lee Todd. Clifford F. White, Carl A. Widemann, Edward K. Won? ham. Third Precinct A. Henry Afong, William G. Andrade, Henry AugU6t Asch, Henry Bennett Bailey, Frank A Batch elor, Bernard F. Beard mora, Ralph P. Brown, John B. Enos, Harry Halpern, Jack Horace Myatt, Percy H. Nottage, Archibald S. P. Robertson- Fourth Precinct Albert Blom, Frank Ebbie Colby, Joseph Lovejoy Dvight, Adolph F. Gertz, Robert Hair. Victor Hurd, William Jordan, Nelson Baker Lansing; John Henry Ma goon, Harold Morgan, Arthur N. Otremba, Robert Arthur Robblns, Benjamin Sammens, Renney C. Scott, Clarence Adrian White, Stanley Wright, Henry T. Zerbe, . ; Fifth Precinct Robert Bemrose, Frank Ferfslra Branco, Jr Andrew II n sm& All v''-VlV;;Av)-, '.'' .- V i 53-G5,iai:3 STRfXT.KOrjOLUtU i. i . S, .. ... . .-r... f ..... . . . ;. ! '.. Howe. Hry A. Juen. George . Jor dan, pptnii-'Kalani, Benjamin K. Ka lani. -Q''ter Kalaluhi. Daniel Herman! King, iisamnel Arthur Macy, Abraham Opunitt. Kllney Spltzer. Tenrji n ecinct cam Ntiuanu, Jas P. Steward1, Charles S. Weight. Eleventh., Precinct Charles William Kahlbaum. Twelfth precinct Julio de Castro. William j Khii,. Frank n. Freitas. Wil liam E. TJeit-. Ned Krueer. Hermanr. G. LemlJB, Att torn- Manuel, George E McCorristonf, James K. McW. Sakuma. John Smith. . Fifth District FIrbt Prfel inm Stephen U'Achong. John Bell, HaJ-ry Gregson, John P Kaae, John M. VlcCabe. Second Peeclni t John Benito. ChaR Hastings Judd, Jntmes K. Paele. Third PreiTict Archie E. Kahele William C U ne, Ernest Renken. Fourth Prw inct Solomon Kaaihue, Sam KekauAlha John Lua, Reidni Wall Oisen. Fifth PreciBcU Jonathan Aiau, Ezera Kahoelei Huddy, Joseph E. Kua. lii, Joseph K. MalV, Allan McKlnnou, William Saffew Tond. ' Sixth Precinct William Hoon Chung. Jr., Wlllftasi Lindsey, Henry P. K. MalulanJ. George Meyer, James E. Steward. ' t Seventh Precinct -David Douglas, Manuel Joaquin de r?uve- Eighth Precinct KYsrard K.' Ayaa Theodore A. C. WflCkL Lawrence Ca- nario, George F. de la Nux. Joseph Frias. David Kalofai, William A Meyer, Charles L. CCWullIvan, Bruno Welnrlch. I Ninth Precinct ihprnas L. Aa drews, Louis J. Feay, Charles Edgar Frasher, David Paul F"r. William K. Hutchinson. DaJi,k Kahaleaahu. George Kalaau Kai l. Jbhn G. Lewis, Louis Kaai Marino. VRihard Norman Mossman, George M Riupp, John D Seabury, John Keama wlamau, WiV liam White, Samuel, Malo William Tenth Precinct Jfses Sam Achong, Frederick XA'Welm Beckley. Christian S- Bertelmaton.yrThomas Ja cob Carter, Husto de la &uz, Joseph Duchalsky, Lot Peter Peifa andez, Ed ward ..Karalhoa Hanapf, . Harry II Holt, David Kanuha, AJbeYt Lncas, George Markham. John JSNakookoo, Patrick John O'SulUvaii JKanuel F. Peter. Henry K. S. Yap. Eleventh PrecinctHarry F. James Auld. Henry Enloy Chang; Charles Joseph Hoke. William McAiiyton, Sld ney Smith, David Ernest Ty1d, Jos i eph Westbrooke, John Godfrey Zab lan. Twelfth Precinct John BiT. Aiu, James Collin Houghtailing, ; Edward i Kahele, Arthur KahaawinuL -Richard ; Ernest Lambert, Char Ah Cto. , ft : : i f J - M mm I 1 ! i ' F. .T i c Order PrjtCE'eREAM Christmas Special Flavors Ul-' 5 ' -Phlladelph Ice Philadelphia. Bisque r Caramel1 :-r: ;.-V:Qrangt Chtrry '. MapUnut 4-V Strawberry, Walnut Peach Cheeolatt Plntapplt Vanilla Water Ices Cranberry Ortngt Plntapplt. NEAPOLrTAN BRICKS and other brlcka in seven ; ; ' V ; comblnatlona of flavon, . Phone 4225 LeriKafdi's'Boniie's and Christopher's Thirteenil Checng Am Ana, gene B. Drain. Da!d Kualfi HoapilU Charles bo ward Kine. Suah Kumalae. William T. Raposo. Fourteenth Precinct F. K. Kua! Anl. Robert William W. Backle, She Kai Luke. F rederic l uk. George H. Moore, Netley. CharleA P. Osborne Kiliona Poere. P'ifteent'.i i?rcinc t Achiu. Temple J. R Burke kahiu. ' Sixteenth Princt -William Arthur : A'exander MrA.wi'is. Arthur B Pal-'Spy rrer. Charles L. Peiler, James H. Pet erson. f.ntecnth Rrerinct Albert M 1WJ If T mi & WU e. Mr ii i , i k August Lun- J .1 David Fyf- Jfj. tJTI wrne. Gulstan If i i Lincoln Aif?f l f . Moses Ke- 2: i May you have the gift of a F.rskine. Mikaeie I'ae. II. David Richaxdsl -m Jerry Martinet- ns i oil STOCK WILL BE MADETBLPAYUP California creditors of the new de funct Norris-Midwsy Oil Co. have taken steps to collect between 5W.ort and $70,00(1 .from perrons In Hawaii who bought shares before the organi zation went under. The law firm of Andrews and Pittman. has been re tained by the coast creditors and equity proceedings to recover the money will be filed io olrcuit court within a few days. About a year ago agnta of the oil company sold shares in Honolulu and elsewhere in the territory. Although their par value was 91. thp purchase ers were allowed to pay aU the way from 15 to 50 cents a share, with the understanding that the balance be paid later. According to the .attorneys about 970,000 Is still outstanding, and was outstanding when the concern went on the rocks. The California creditors have now stepped 1n to col lect the balance. There are several hundrti owners of stock In the territory who hava not ye? paid their balances. Thw credit ors took steps some time ago to col lect from the California stockholders and, as the same law applies here, similar steps are to be taken 1h Ha waii. The local stockholders nronber about 69. Some of these hold as many as 17,000 shares. It is claimed, upon which money Is still due. REAL ESTATE"MARKET ' SHOWS IMPROVEMENT Real estate in Honolulu experiepcad a little boom during the past week and it would appear that Santa Cruz hasn't tied up all the money In town for Ms work. The Trent Trust co. reai es tate department reported the sale' ot five cottages on Fort street near Kustr kin! street, to F. E. Haley for 911.00u , Small alea w6re-also recorded. Clear Vision to see and recognize in the true values the many things to be happy for this Christmas. in O TMTDI TT I mLOTCO Successor to Boston Buildm A. N. SANFORD, Optician Over Henry May & Co. Stort The Hawaiian Trust Co. report three- sales of a, good size and a num ber of big deals pending. The Asso ciated Charities sold a residence sito on Young street to,R. C. GIllIs for 92250 through the Hawaiian Trust Co. R..D. King sold 30S0 square feet ef land on Emma street above Vine yard street for 92000 to G. Page and the right of way through the Koaa dis trict property ef the Catholic mission was sold for 9500 to the Hawaii Con solidated Railway Co. Real estate departments of other trust companies also reported smal) sales and bigger deals and general ac tivity in the real estate market. Signer, Bailor!, a personage of con siderable Importance in the Masonic world has been shot dead by a nian who obtained entrance to the Palazzo. GiustinianL An arrest has been made. an . - In reply to the announcement of Brazil of her entrance into the war. the Bolivian foreign office has ex pressed the sympathy of the Bolivian republic for the United States of Bra-til. We wish to extend to all our esteemed friends The Season's Greetings and our sincere thanks and appreciation for their patronage. & No orders filled after 4. p. m. Christmas The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd. Wishes all its many friends and patrons A . Merry Christmas t i I VI r ! it i! i! !! ! it i -it ilt '$. 1 1 M t : - t I i 't J) v t - vt J ':t i r"