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H.OA ULUL 0 S'JCAIX-Ii CTLL&TIN, TOESD A Y, NOVIT-IEEi: C, 1D1T.
t3Tf :fi 8,008 py Circuit 'Judge AsMord today inti mated "in no uncertain terms itfhat ac tion he will 'take, on recommendations to Increase " the annual allowance of 4-year-old Richard Parker, Smart from $2000 to 111,050-when he prepares his final decision in the matter. - Attorney ( arl Carlsmith, appointed master to act on '"a petition to raise ? the 1 allow ance from. $2000. to $10,000, submitted Lis recommendations today in ' open - court. -I -: c .-i :- r Judge Ashford said he was not satis fied "with - the recommendation that young. Smart -contribute to the upkeep of. the : ridiculously expensive , estab lishment"; maintained in . San Fran Cisco by Mrs;. Elizabeth J. Knight, grandmother and guardian of the baby. He, declared the 10-room apartment was maintained by a woman with an annual income of $40,000, and for her self instead of for the minor. -; Sgssug llaya!;ava,. Tp Stage Picture PROTECTION FOll; PACIFIC WILL DE MWCOfflESS (SptcUl istur-Banetia CorruBoa&uc.) - - - WASHINGTON, D.' C, Oct. 24. One of, the most important prepared ness'and defense measures to "be urg ed at the regular session of congress, whida convenes .December 3, will be protection; of the ; Pacific coast. ? Ac tiye steps in this ; ; direction ; already have been taken by Western-members of. the house. Every pressure will be brought . on ; the naval ; committees , of senate and house to make necessary t appropriations..' - -f ;-: ' Tacific -coast 'members ; have een disturbed for some time because, in their opinion,- the .government," in its work of preparedness, has - not paid more ; attention to their section. Rep resentative Osborne of California has written every' member from the coast ' urging " that they cooperate : to bring about' a systematic plan of na ral defense from' Puget Sound to the Mexican coast. ' It is strongly urged that the government place a fleet . there. ,' . ' ' , '.. ' ; ' . --y' important ; recommendations have been .made for, defense of' the Pacific coast In a- report' of ; the .Helm com mission.: '.No laws, however, have been passed- providing for projects proposed. ."When . the report- was sub mitted Congress was busily 'occupied with the big war -measure. It is be lieved Uhe - subject will ' have i much consideration when the ' regular -; see- sion convenes. . ;. ; ' , .., 1 Departments of the government ar making . up their "estimates to . submit early in;. December.; Every "depart ment , has' been compelled to expand its activities' because of the war.:- Sessue : Hayakawa, : noted Japanese film actpr. ' arrived in Honolulu this morning with a company of nine mem bers to produce a number of scenes in his latest picture, '"Hidden t Pearls" Hayakawa has been much interested in ulavine a South Sea Islyand part- in playing a South Sea Island - part a lonely island in tne soutn racmc. This is his first visit ' to Hawaii, al though he has appeared In a Hawaiian reduction before; v "Tne Bottle imp: supposed to represent;- Hawaii, ;was filmed In California. .: f. - r Havakawa ; has made a wonderful success in the past three years. Four years ago this young Japanese actor was , playing cme-uight stands in the cities along the Pacific Coast, v Tom Ince was present at one of his -per-formances, and immediately r secured the young Japanese for his film com pany. . Hayakawa made a big success in "The TvDhoon" and "The Cheat." From that time oh ha became a favor ite in the niovinc cloture world, and is considered one of the real film stars In 'America . today. ' . .:' - i:'".- "1 have always had a lrnglnz for Hawaii; and when the: opportunity came to make a ' visit, to . Honolulu, I grasped the chance," he said. "I have heard so much about your wonderful climate, and about the wonderful peo ple of the islands. We will remain in Hawaii for some, time, and I am sure that we will have a number of beauti ful scenes which will help bring your islands more forcibly before the pub- The ,Lasky -: Company- will . take ; a number of scenes on Oahu and Maui, and a scene at the Volcano will be one of the" features In the production. This is the first time that the Paramount- Lasky " has taken a , film ; in Hawaii. Grass houses, old Hawaiian Bcenes and volcanic views win be used In . the filmine of '"Hidden Pearls." . . The scene occurs at an island in the Pacific and Hayakawa plays the part of the. king's son. Miss Margaret Lcomis. who - has ' nlaved the leading feminine part In a number of -big pro ductions, will take tne part oi a native girL- -Miss Loomis was Lehua Waipahu in "The 5 Bottle ImD Miss Loomis became a star in a day f She was studying, with Ruth st.ijenis, wnen she was given an opportunity to play a bit; In one year 'she was ' playing the lead in c feminine nart r George Melford, director of the com pany,; is known ; throughout . the film world as a: successful worker. f He has cathered around him a strong com pany,- and feels conf ident that he 'will be able to -produce - a real impression of Hawaii. - : i - : t ' The other members of the company who made the .trio to t Honolulu Vare James Cruze. Paur Perry,-Noah iBeery, Claud Mitchell and Henry Katont Katoni was born in Hilo and is a rcia tive of Tred 'Makinoi publisher of . the Hawaii Hochi. Among the other mem bers of the cast who remained on the mainland are Theodore Roberts, Flor ence Vidor andl Jack Holt '? -: -s -. -Sam Searle, a Honolulu boy, played with i the , Lask v Combany.- and Haya kawa, Melf ord ' and : other members of the party have letters to his relatives IKOlDOAnD'PilOPOSESLffi:;OiiS irasELM project at ra;;i;;i Scheme Contemplates , Reclamatiom of Swamps, Rowing and tSwimming Courses, 'Parks, Playgrounds and Race Track r:j -Governor Believed to; Be Favorable to Plan . x FLAX8 for a new ainusemerit' project at Waikiki, larger bv far than tho. fp.nfurn Tlnnnpi! in" tlifT'shcds of Piprs ft Q nnA 10 by Former Chairman ;i-harIo I. 'j Forbes, and including swimming and rowing courses park's, playgrounds and a race track as well as tho common type of" beacli concessions, were outlined today bv K. Hobbv as chairman of the harbor Tohio To Ann c u. tO YithU. Patrol The Pacific the plans of the harbor, board as that Forbes is iaorea by the board, how body's . answer to whv thn '3 Forhea ever, and it. is their purpose to work amusement pier had been eliminated; for it in the future. from the plans for wharf sheds on the U "Waikiki beach offers tremendous piers at the foot of Fort street. opportunities for amusement features. lishment of a portion of the ' amuse ment places over the present- swamp. also a portion along' the sea beach proper when that has been, cleared and cleaned up la conjunction with the general reclamation 'work, The new nroiect rontemniatps thel Upon the reclaimed land can be placed reclamation of Waikiki and the estab-- spacious park, race course, a swim ming course ana piaer similar projects which would be used much more by the -general public than .anything In the harbor proper. ; , , ; v-vWith an amusement pier lyins idle rthe greater portion of the time: much Thoueh Governor Pinkham aa not' capital . is Idle. This , space: which discuss i the matter to any extent to-; would .be used only t at certain occa day, he is believed to be in favor of it sions, would ; be empty most of the rather thon to the old plan of makins Vtlme, and space along the harbor Is the, new wharf : sheds upper portions ' valuable ; always, v in addition to this int6 an amusement center. ; i -; ne building of such a pier would be "The ; board desires , to see an 'dirticuit . from . a construction poin of amusement project for this city,'!, said ! vIew without an enormous outlay of iu. xiouuy, - dui we ao noi Den eve that the pier site is the proper place for it, nor that this Is the time for its construction, with Jbb monev avail able we could ' Wcarry out the- plan and at the same time tak'e'eare oC the wharfage' business so vital : in fnm. mercial lines, a ,r. ::":: . The main v idea outlined vby ' Mr. and friends in the city. According to Jfelford, Searle is making good in the moving picture world on the mainland. " (Special Cbl to Siu Jijll .. - f 4- - TOKIO, 'Japan j .ov. 7. Vis count Ichiro Motono, foreign min ister of Japan, early this morn ing announced that - the new agreement between; Japan and United States as to naval pro tection of the Pacific ocean, will be made public later in the day. ; ' tV V 4 4- V DECAPITATED AS 1 t.t n WEIGHT HITS HIM money: f - ' . ' : WHERE IS H. N, LONG? . 4--A.' T Long' of Moselle,. Miss., 4- has written the , postmaster . at 'Honolulu asking for news of a 4--f . brother; Henry, or H; N. Long.'-f f It is, stated; that Henry wrote -f .4- regularly to his home town until 4- ahout a year ago. - j - 4- 4-4- 4 4- 4 4- 4- 4- 4- . ; Struck by a two-ton suspended counter-weight on one of the new elevators in the B. F Ehlers' store, at 10:15 o'clockthis morning, Manuel Caxvalo, aged about . SO years, a plasterer,- was decapitated." . :i - v: - M:' ' 4; was; working at the foot of. the shaft and": had thrust his head be tween two I-beams to speak to a man working in the next shaft-pit, when the weight descended killing him.. His body was thrown again' an . electric light switch,- and when two compan ions attempted to pick up the body they came in contact with .the ; elec tric curreLt,: receiving, a shock. The current, had to be turned off before the body could be removed, . C H I NESE SODA FACTORY WORKER ELECTROCUTED Grasping - a: Ugh ; tension, electric light wire, (while standing on a wet board, Ching. Chun Sim, a member of the hul which owns the . works, was electrocuted ; last night at the Star I A f . 5! 1 II' 'I' s:it!:2Iritoryofjfx7C:u fTO : If you are contemplating a prolonged absence f rom . the., city it will be to your advantage to avail yourself of Hawaiian Trust service for the handling of, your property .anil the enlcent pro tection of your interests.-; :j: ';xLtLllLtjtii:i 'It will plac you under no obligation to come in and - talk with - us - regarding : this important ;. branch of our service. 1 . . . ...... . H02IOLXJL.U, I T. H.V X- 120 South Kino; St.-; : ; Thnno Soda i f Factory, ' Ward and Queen the high tension; Uht wire into an cfrot Death was instantaneous. Po lice Sergeant David Kamauoha, who went to the scene, grasped the, same : wire and - received a bad burn , on the ; right hand-and a shock which knock ed Mnr nearly senseless. ; i - The Chinese had attempted to carry - MM UQ JUIU ti4." other room.w!5pn him. Tftts ev Another Chinese ' detached: the win from tthe body with' the aid of a stick. . . , i : . . . , . v-: . o " - 8TAR.S JLLE . .N Gjv YOU TfOAv-s r-EWS TODAY Launder Yotii let Electricity Clothes in Tour Own Home Under Sanitary Conditions The gw' Has Cut These Ropes mm ':- y - J y NO matter whether you doycur b own washing ot have it done by miid or laundress you employ the old methods, you are tied fast to the ; w&shtub mconvehiences -loss of time, monejr end clothes. . The officr is the . only machme in the world equipfjed with a Three Roll Qectnc Wringer that wrings ; dalhes irom Both ; sides of the What Electricity has Dote for Humanity THE K&jttcr IS THE . .GREATEST LABOR SAVING DEVICE EVER INVENTED :&3 T THE biggest .week V Laundering ; 1 1 done in 90 minutes at a cost of only 3 cents for electricity. The oTAcfr' hJcclnc Home Laundry maexune is on ine ixeversing vyiin def Principle which is recocnaed by people that "know as the only perfect way ao wash clothes clean and without injury. - : - Operated from any Electric light Fixture. : 1 , on next wash-day You can get it on the- " . ; MSY PMMENT PLAN?' : W&9re - getting action 011 mm v , ... ' TlP Hundreds of foresighted Honolulu men and young men are literally taking advantage" of our Sale Ccpyrlxkt Han kbaffher ; Mux art 3rd Annua' to lay in a vy ear's supply of Sc laffner M Si locnes Despite the phenomenal distribution, assortments of size and . J style have barely been scratched, but--- There are just 4- days more, including today! 1 . 7 Delay todiky and you may pay next week and hereafter real War , Prices for your clothes. ; , i H.S.& M. Full Dress Suits QA' regularly $50," CJdllC TP- H. S. & M. Tuxedo Suits, Qi regularly.$4S, OAK 4 $37. Sale $7.50 to $17- Sport Coats in Tweeds regularly $10 to$20 Woolen Auto-and Steamer Rugs, regularly $10 to $18 Sale $7.50 to $15 . 1 Leather Sjuit Cases regularly $10 to $24 "Mum -ns,v 'Tzr - - w . r r f i Sale $8 to $18.50 I W W : V'I I, iVl V ' ryth moR All . merchandise going out of this store during this sale will be strictly up to our usual high-quality standard. LIMITED. ELICS' BLDG. -King Street near Fort 4rr ;. . : . V-'' ""