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E3S0iP G2ES, Wm cuicE ATGfli'Ea;:oasi!ip Firiicham Still -Strong; With --Justice Coke Also in the iVning;i$pope,y ; : U.eeordinsrto corsln la local political drcles, the choice for Hawaii next tar em or if Governor .Pinkham l lot- to - be reappointed -Ilea between . fastice James L. Coke of tbe supreme jotxrt and Clinton. I Hatchins. Recent rumors were that J oatlce Joke was directly In line (or appoint ment aa successor to A. O. M. Robert- ;ton, ".'who recently . resigned aa chief ttsc f the supreme court, but the feVe"Miaa since shifted to bring oat "4e jeportsas regard the governor- r Mr Hutchlns U said to hare come lere not long ago for the express purpose-of establishing hia residence in 3A-i.lL aa a. oeraon. to be aprInted jevernor," must, have resided at leaat e year in tbe territory, political f of tip has it that Mr. Hutching com n wta at the lnstapce of, powers to the national capital. ' , In political circles. ' however, there remain plenty of opinion, that Gov ernor Pinkham will be continued on if 'chief executive of the territory, al though aome Democrat aay they hare "straight", that Justice Coke Is fa-rorablr-rerirded In ..Washington. In ihe past there haa been much talk as regards Hutcbina'. chances, ana xi , apparently aome " foundation for - With Attorney Dl l: Withlnrton and Judge S. . B. t Kemp; recommended for ' tne supreme Dencn.ine opinion irom rorae ' DolitlcaJ camoa is that ' Judge Kerap is to be picked for a high trib unal position;- It 1 reported that he ha an excellent chance of being ap pointed chief Justice, but the atronger opinion ha it that Justice coke win tueceod Jndce Robertson - and that Judge Kemp will be ivea an asso ciate justiceship.-, V.- .. , L.,' L McCandless and" rrof.W. A. Crj an ' are - the choice of the Demo trallfi territorial 'central committee . 1or the governorship, Jnit the camp dope" ia that they are both out ci the running.; Professor .Bryan la atlU . tn th ' im.fnls.Bd. . Whether he - hat teen to Washington on matters pen lainlne- to the governorship is not "known. ;-; rij'-'K ciieet i g 1 8 vrni r T (fpea! etsr-Baasttsi Cwmaaeae. HILO. Dec. 24. Hilo ia to have a . real Kew Yecx's nlSbt and it will take the shape of a sidewalk dance under the auspices of Chalra&n Samuel Kau : tana of the Haws it. board -of supe i Isors-: Front street.' from the - Hilo Drug Company'a place of business to t h rnmr nf Kin e street - will y be rlosed to vehicle traffic, and upon the . . - . a. m a. m a ta ikk . udewaiita ana me awpei usen wiu iu merry, throng enjay itself with ? two- steps, waltzes and tcraey trots. . This will be Itllo's. first attempt at snvthinr of the sort and the .experi ment 1 beins looked forward to with keen Interest by everybody who has hsrd t, t ; scheme.'. . . rhiirmsa Kauhane became very, in tcrcted ln-the proposition and he at once.called upon aome or tne ousmess men of the town, and when he found that they all thought the dance would . : bo. a splendid idea he immediately got busy and made arrangements to have .he nffo band supply the .music for the .hop. ' v ' " 1 rtAlf.IES OF THRIFT - DIRECTORS SENT FRISCO The list of namea . of local business men 'to act on the committee to con - Aot-f the -war-eaTinr certificate . cam rxtfrn hr Ttl in & lied todST tO John Drum in San Francisco, who has the power of appointment of agenta thm. territory in that moect- As s.oon aa word is received from the oast' ine campaign wui' cwumeuw fn eat-next, v: - . i-.' ' "s - . a ' n. rsniBbell'of Waterhouse Trust " Company has sent a'cable to Robert "W. Shingle, now in san rrancisco. who hns been appointed director of war-KSTlnsr camnaixn here to tne - effect that only two banks here have - received packagea of war-saving ce tlflcatea . and " stampa. ; The ; measage H$o asked to have packagea of atamp 4 vad certificates sent to all banks and , INTERMEDIATES DINE, v 1 Members of the intermediate depart cent of - the s-T. HU C. A'beid their annual dinner last 'evening at Cooke halt J. - W. - McCrTJis waa ; the guest '.iCf. honor,. and . was glven a) real wet -nrr hr the members nresenL Sergeant John Brush made - a , bU, tit- with - the .mernbers of the-depart-' ment when he offered a dinner to the : !nt!!nir athletic team. - Glenn ; Jack sen, who has charge :'ot; the -aXIalr, .-vris called upon to say a few ,words. s.s was i w. Mcunms. v v.- 'riTr'Trn 1. 0. 0. F. ' ". Thtre wllI be a special dance at the K.tienal ' College of .Dancing .on the Roof Garden of the Odd Fellowa hall. AdV. V ' . ' v " ' ; Var service badges ! are to be p're . Vnfti to all men in Canada who have been honorably discharged -after senr ice overseas, and also to those who AYEVE HALL - have tried to enliv but were rejected es physically unfit, before . the intro- duction of the miuiary eervice act. Tne " iiributifin is to iegin at once,, : SoiAARD ON COW TESTING Tells Supervisors He Threatens to Put Dairymen Out of Busi ness if They Resist Sarere criticism of the policy pur sued by the board of agriculture and forestry in tuberculin testing and con demnation or dairy cattle was voiced at last night's meeting of the board of supervisors by Supervisor C. -H Belllna. Supervisor Bellina remark were based on, a letter from Dr. Vic tor A. Norcaard. territorial veterinar ian, regarding the eradication of tu berculosis Infection. In part, this letter read a follows: "As a matter of nolicy and out of consideration for those dairy owners who have made sil earnest effort to rid their herds of tuberculosis tbe 1st r-information (the number of ani mals lost by each dairyman while on record tn this crrice, has neen ana i still considered of a semi-confidential nature. ,: ;: MA chance from this Policy, and es pecially at the present, time when the borin tuberculosis comrensatlon act baa brought to light conditions which beyond doubt would force some of out milk producers out pi the dairy busi ness, does not now appear advisable and will not be resorted to except as a last measure to the end that bovine tuberculosis shall be eradicated." v ' , fiunervisor Bellina declared that the board of agricnllurt: and fcrestry ha not reduced bovine tuberculosis in milch cows in the territory. He . point ed out that steps should be .taken, es pecially, aa this Is wartime, to con serve some or the peer wnicn is now beinc slauahtered as the' result of tu berculin testings. He, interpreted a portion of Dr. Norgaard's leltera to mean: u : . "if Von out un a flaht on this propo sition we. wHi; ,put ; you out of , busi ness." And. continued Mr. Bellina, rthey have got us nearly out as it is. . He declared that he would Uke the matter fuiL with , the food commlasior. if he eould aseertem poaruveiy inai ft - waa the intention of the board of agriculture and forestry to put some of the smallerdalrymen out of Inal ness. r " . -r ft ::vi : ' '. ! ' - ' "W have had 11 years of this tu berculin testing," the supervisor con tinued, rand now they I' tell us that they will put us out of business if we butt In. This compensation act is a robbery of the community,: The board kaa not rednced bovine tuberculosis In any reasonable percentage. And we were blurred into testing our cauie.. v Supervisor Belllna said that the pas teurization of milk is the only way . In which the disease may.be eliminated. And -th board of agriculture and forestry,: he added, rhas not done a thing to give us clean millL." :': - . y i Supertlsor C N. X Arnold" Ceclared that the matter was an lmnortant one needing close attention. The- Board effded to ask Suoervtsor Belllna i to hand in all available data on the sub ject so that the board might go more fully into the Question. . ' jy.-iLITTLE INTERVIEWS: s( TOM QUINNr Why don't 'they maks ex-Governor George Carter, head of the food commission? We would get some results then.:.., r PURSER E. A. SECLOY: Cele brating two Christmas Eves, as Owe did on our hip, gives yon a heavy feeling on Christmas Day. . ; ; ; JUDGE J. J.' . BANKS: In . my onlnlon . Kauai is) the- most beautiful pot In the world. . If X could live at Hanilel. I would not .want anything oeiier. I-DJ 1 COXKUNO, "city and coun ty treasurer; I think that ir some 01 the oeoolA who are ' demanding good roads , bought some of the territorial bonds they would get their good roads quicker than by simply ; yelling for good . roada. W: v; W-.--y': BENJAMIN VKAH ALEPUN A : . In dicatlcns afo that the" year; Just clos ing will be a record ' one as . regards the number of divorce suits filed in circuit court. At the rate divorce cases are now being filed, 111 Mve to buy a new record book soon. . ' FRED G. KIRCHHOFP, superin tendent of , waterworks:: We will get five trucks for this department about the middle of January which will not be any. too soon. .The trucks will cer tainly help, us to carry out the work of the department more efficiently. V U. S ATTORNEY S. C. HUBER: Women and children w ho come with in - the 4 class of people termed . alien enemies do not have to have permits to travel among the Hawaiian Islands, nor. to. leave the ; territory. . They ; are free to go and come as they please. WILLIAM L. ROSA: Federal court has certainly established fine record during "the last -six ; months. ... More business has been . done during' this period than during any sin liar period in the court's history. ' The J entire year, which ends next June, is sure to be a rocord-sm&sher. . . : ' DANIEL; B.: KUHNSt ; Some peo ple thinks because I spell , my name with ,i. Kit is of German origin. ! kxsow, though, that I come of British and American Revolutionary . stock. The name is probably of Pennsyl vania Dutch derivation. Sure I am go ng to change it when the war is over. Any one who knows me now will not doubt .my Americanism.'- but: I - don't want anyone thinking after the war Is over that I am of German blood. . . r Sergeant Charles Kephart and Miss Kathryn Blrt were married last Sun day, it: became known yesterday. The witnesses were W. K. Macpherson and D. JRusselLiThe ceremony was jier formed by- ksv. s, k. KamaiopilL, Macaulev's Cartoon For, Today i i; K 1 iH ! I i "Rizal Day to Be Celebrated lllilipos ' inri', -X ' ' 1 v Dr Jose , Protasio Rlxal y ; Mer-. j cdo, Filipino hero ; whose mein-j ory ia "-'celebrated annually . 'on Riza) day," December 30, by the- Fillplnoa of Hawaii. -1 f , In honor of the 21st anniversary of the executloniof Dr. Jose Protacio Rizal Y. Mercado by Spanlshdldiers following his condemnation as a traitor, the Filipino colony at tte Wai pahu 'plantation .will honor the menv ory of their patnot tomorrow with ap1 propriate' ceremonies. To carry; out the plan a dub has been formed with Jonquin V -Alcada, president; FelU Sanaa, vice-president; Maftelo Samp son, secretary; and Guillermo G. Caue te, treasurer.-' ' . -; Dr. Jose Rizal . has been often - de scribed as the most talented: Filipino of his. tlave, possessing "an aptitude. for public JIfe bordering on real states manship. Furthermore, he was a stu dent of jnreat attainments and a phy siclan and surgeon ' worthy ' to rank high in his'profession. ' His execution by the' Spanish gov ernment made of him a - hero with a crown OT martyrdom and . each yer the Fillplnoa of Hawaii In commoo with those elsewhere celebrate his birthday Dec SO, with special r-exer dses.-' V ' : - -. Dr; Rizal was born in Calamba, ' La Laguna province, Luzon,. and executed Dec!" 30. 1896. : After studying at Ma nila he took degrees in several Euro pean Institutions and learned not only modern languages,, but medicine, sur gery and ; several other. sclencea. Re-, turning to the -Philippines, he was 30 energetic In trying to .better the con ditions of ' the ' Filipinos that, he, in curred the hatred of the Spaniards. He opposed : the. clericals and. their hold on' the masses of the people and urged ..the people .to . educate : then, selves to knowledge of modem society and government.: : After; a varied ca reer he .was tricked Into a visit to the Philippines from .Hongkong and there accused' of Instigating, rebellion, and after a triar generally recognized as farcical he was condemned and shot UNFIT FOR PARTNERSHIP METROPOLITAN CLOSED TUESDAY Metropolitan" Meat Market will make two deliveries on Monday, one In the morning and another late In the aft ernoon,, but none on Tuesday, New Year's Day. The market will remain open on New Year's Day morning un til 8 o'clock for convenience of patrons. 'Adv. Dr. Denton's Soft-Knit Sleeping Gar ments, best ever for these cool damp winter :nizht: for sale at The Baby fShop, 1190 Fort street Adv. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Judicial Circuits Territory of j Hawaii At Chambers In Probate. In the matter of the Estate of Paul Muhiendorf , Deceased. Notice to Creditors. vNotlce is hereby given that the last Will and Testament of Taul Muhien dorf." late of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, deceased, has been admitted to probate by the above Court and Let ters Testamentary granted to the un dersigned, ' Bishop Trust . Company, Limited. . a corporation, the Executor named in the said Will. All creditors of the deceased or of his Estate are hereby notified to present their claims, duly authenticated and with the proper vouchers, if any . exist, even though the . said . claims may be secured by mortgage upon real estate, to the Bishop Trust Company, Limited, at its office No. 924 Bethel Street, in said Honolulu, within six (6) months from the date hereof (which Is the date of the first publication of this no tice); otherwise such claims, if any, shall be forever barred. And all persons indebted (o the said estate are hereby . notified to make payment to the said Bishop Trust Company, Limited, at the above ad dress. V Dated at Honolulu, T. H., December 29, 1917. BISHOP TRUST CO., LTD., By E. W. SUTTON. Its Vice-President and Manager. Executor of the Will of Paul' Muhien dorf, Deceased. . 6980 Dec. 29, Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26. SHERIFFS NOTICE. All owners of automobiles and motorcycles are requested to apply for annual registration at my office, be ginning Wednesday, January 2, 1918. Owners win first have cars officially weighed at the California Feed Com pany and pay the taxes before apply ing for said registration. , CHARLES H. ROSE, Sheriff, City and. County of Honolulu. 6980 Dec. 29, 31, Jan. 1. uoise The beautif nl, delicate BIRTHSTONE of December. - . See our selection. H. Culman'Co., Ltd. 1112 Fort SL ' jVARf! NIGHTIES lurq DRAWN BY C.?R. MACAULEY LAST SIX MONTHS IS RECORD PERIOD IN ! LOCAL U. S. COURT- . I 4 4 4 4444-' i While annual reports are not j 4 due' until next June, William . L..4 4- Rosa, deputy United States court -f 4- clerk,- announces that, during the -f 4- last six months, his Office has 4 ; 4- done more business than ai any . 4- other similar period in the his- -4 4 tory of the court. The business 4 4 done during the last six months 4 4 exceeds the business of any sin- 4 4 gle year since the court's incep- 4 4 tion. -Thla applies to earnings, 4 4 general business, cases Instituted 4 4. and cases handled. -v ; i:V---s---..; 4 The quality, material and ship that goes into pur measure suits is the best Every stitch has its purpose. You cannot initiate a finfcr habit for the New Year than tKe habit of wearing Mclnerny made-to-measure clotHes. They're business and social assets that give your individuality its proper setting. Dj not put off another day a visit to our Tailoring, Department. K Our showing of im- r mill 7 McMERNY : ' , I Jjl . --Fort at; Merchant Street C jliAu fuyLflui AbulldLU Ur UfUilHlHU . Alleged Treasonable Remarks'J Doar th Made in store; Affair He- ported to Smidcfy scife ji--i-iwiiijitci rasde tM cts dirticult for the sheriff KILO. Dec. 23. ' hech der Kasci. to handle, ts there la no deputy United To wiih the President. Tte Pre SUtea marshal cn this island. The iaent soocid be bot. The Kaiser will J aheriff therefore wirelessed to Mar win the WAT and then you wU be bun? j sha! Smlddy and follows that mess a 50 before tte end 01 it ai;! ' was the de- up this morning with a letter fully ex larAtioa alleged to hare bstn mad? j rlainlng the whole matter. . W Bartel. a iCaa rancher, cn Wedne- day last ia the store of Mr. Anna H. Marshal Smiddy said tbat he woultt McCarthy in the village of Walohon J. : not act until he has received Sheriff Kau. besides Mrs. McCarthy therw pU4-, jetter. He said he had not re- were in the store st tne time amsicetvei the letter up to noon today. stance Vida. They informed Mis. Bertha Ben Taylor of the occurrence and Sheriff Samuel K. Pua of thi3 couatv was told of the case. Bartel is a naturalized citizen, hav In? been born in Germany and having resided in the islands for many years Sheriff Pua, on receipt of the new from Kua. at once wirelessed United States Marshal J. J. Smiddy and asked for . instructions. The sheriff has no authority to arrest for seditiou or whatever charge may be brought against Bartel Aezordiar to the story received by 1 Sheriff Pua it appears that Bartel en- iereu iub cwiiu., y" " day and, after some talk about things in general, began to speak about the war. Then, suddenly bursting out iu a rage, he, it is alleged, uttered tbe j above treasonable words. The three women say they heard every word Of the tirade and felt it was their duty to advise the authorities. The ladies said they told Bartel tlity Intended to report him to the proper , authorities and the man then yelled: "Go ahead and report. Bartel has been engaged in ranch W2 STORE EVERVTHINQ JAMES H. LOVE A zw. Honolulu's war bread THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION LAW .-. In Wisconsin does an injustice to those whose intelligence guides themto Chiropractor for things that "medical, surgical or hospital attention" : cannot benefit. This "limited" brand of legislation is "compulsory medical treat-, mehf ' . . '.. - ' -: " v; - ' ' r. C. MIGHTON, D. : ' ; ' ' ' 204-5 Bacton Bldj. (Over May's.) ' . " ' by wearing a 1 ported suit lengths is-the classiest in ranch. Shertfr Pua is keepin; track of ah ! alien enem;es and their movement. , i Barte! ttinz an American citizen. Tonight will be a big night at Heinle's Tavern, "on the beach ftt Waliikl.' and a gay and lively throng will dance and make uterry at this j DJnner wm b gerved fnm 5. J() t0 o m Reaervatfona for thla even- Ing's meal should be made early aa possible. Adv. CITY TRANSFER COMPANY . -U PHONE 1231 - For Sandwiches uise Gratiam m m m M -, workman -to Honolulu obtainable V; l ' - '.f '!'.- i ' " ' v t i - , . rrW - 1.- - A - - - -. . 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