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EVEN1N0 nULLKTIN. HONOLULU, T. II., TIIUItSDAY, DKC. )(!, 1009.
Are tlio ART GOODS shown in the
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They nre exclusive in most instance!
For This Climate
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W. J. MOXLEY, WHO CONDUCTED
ODD CAMPAIGN IN CHICAGO
IF. Ifc-j-lMLT. S- n J-' .VfK,.
Chicago people In Runerul mnl William J Moxlcy In particular Iiail
a world of full out of Mr Moxlcy's rnmpalgn for rpiircscntatlvu tn fill
the vaaeancr caused by the flection U Mr Lorlmei to thu Senate. Moxluy
was the regular Republican candidate. The Intluppudent Republican candidate
was Charles L. Dames, and their Democratic opponent was Frank S. Itynn.
Newspaper pirnBrarliers and other wags characterize Mr. MoxIcy'H flKht as
u '."whispering cnmpalKn," because o Ma defartiiro from the beaten paths
of iiolltlcal methods. Smokers, vuuilevlllo entcrtuliuients ami hand to hand
Krectlngi, with heart to heart talks, wero the featuies pf thu Moxluy cam
paten, and tho taudldate hail as much fun out of It as liU conatitii
onts. Ho declares himself that he not ninio ic.il amusement out of
the race than both of his opponents put together. Moxley won.
AT FIRST TRIAL
AEROPLANE BUILT ON SCIEN -
1 TIFIC LINES EEMAINS IN AIR
UNDER PERFECT CONTROL
' AT FIRST TRIAL.
That flying through the air will
soon become the sport of the many his first trial, but he waved nt tho
und not confined to the few whoso persons below him ns If he were a
names aro dally before tho public Is. veteran aviator. The third tilp was
evidenced by tho following, clipped over a marked eomse of 300 feet,
fioni an Exchange: The machine left the ground nt the
In nn aeroplane which had never place which hail been Btuked out and
been In the nlr, or otherwise pre- camo down Just about where It wu3
vlously ; tried, Dr. William C. Oreene .supposed to touch the ground,
yesterday at Morris Park race track . , . . . . .
mude six successful flights. His iiliher at ac" tna'.
longest flight covered about six hun-' At each "uteeedlng trial Dr.
clred feet, while the shortost was flrc01") ll"e'l "Is neroplano higher
not under seventy-five ynuls At ,ln,' tho nlr and acquired confidence,
times the machine rose to ft height PV,1C" ll0 t0i0 twenty-flvp feet in tho
of . twenty-five feet. n'r ,no c'nft was outlined against
Dr. Greene is ono of the colony or I tl,e 'cllow evening sky like the slcel
curnest workers who have made Mor--e," of B("" nus0 ulr'1- Tlie biplane
rls Park race track consnlciion i,v . rm,e ,no nlr currents on its COO feet
their efforts to lly during tho Inst
The aeroplane which flew yester
day Is built almost like the Curtlss
biplane und Is fiankly copied from
the macliino which tho champion
Bold to tho Aeionautlc Society.
THii Plane a Sprinter.
(. me ueropiano wnich mndo the
light yebterdny Is 40 feet wide and,1'611 l" c"nie down ho could not
nbout 20 feet long. It Is equipped Juclgo tho distance, and In trying to'
with' a Urltlsh-Amerlcnn ucro motor, i,,rlng tho machine to n stop while It
developing L'G horse-power. It has
piecisely tho same Bteerlng gear as
the Curtlss macliino, with tho excep
tion of the rear rudder, which Is
copied, from tho Wright muchlno.
When Dr. Oreene turned up,,hls
motor yesterday ho demonstrated
.that his propeller, made by Smith
' Urauner, gave moro speed than
tiny screw that has ever been peon
ln action In New Yoik. Tho aoio-
plane started on Its preliminary run
with a bublnessllke spurt. After
running along tho ground for n scant
IpO feet Dr. Oreene jammed up the
front planes, und to the gratifica
tion of the 300 spectators, who had
waited all afternoon, the jargu ucio-
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plane obliquely loso Into tho air. 1
travelled rapidly. When It had
tearccly lifted from -Mio ground It
settled on an even keel, Indicating
that It had been very cloverly bal
anced. Tho fiist HlBlit, which did
t.rt nvian.l nui. It n .. urn .,. ...
' mnrkeil by nn evenness of 'rldlni?
that Is not characteristic of law
I 0 his next trip I)r, Greene rose
' lilBher. It was natural to suppose
that lie would be rather nervous on
clnFh with a slightly undulating
movement. It seemed to soar like a
bird and reminded ono somewhat of
the Wright machine In action.
Aflor making his longest flight
Or. Uieone wbb advlteU to quit, as
II was getting dnik, but he had tast
ed siicress and wished to continue,
lie got in tho nlr vory woll. but
was running along tho ground he
Heeiod the, front wheol Into an cm-'
bnnkmont und crush It, Tho dam
ago Is slight.
Dr. Qrceno will nttempt tomorrow
to win the $100 In gold offored by
Ciipt. Albert Q, Trlnca to tho mem
ber of tho Aeionautlc Society who
makes tho first flight of 500 fcot un-
,lcr olllclal control
'HiIh machine Is built
lough weather as well as calm.
Dr. Oiecne nevor was in the nlr
until be piloted tho Smith & llrnun
macliino uu a short flight last week
till It smashed. Ho Is n member or
the Aeronautic Society and tit the
Aero Club of America.
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NEBRASKA UNIVERSITY WANTS
1 GENTLEMEN STUDENTS ONLY
I I-INCOIX (Neb.), Dec. 3. Tho
University of NebruBkn makes It
clear that It does not doslro tho pat
louugo of tough, swaggcilng stu
dents, who ate conspicuous more for
their loud cluthes und actions tli.ui
for their scholastic abilities.
Neither does tho university dcslro
tho commonly-known "IsBy" stu
dents, who run largely to pink tens,
but who rarely staitlu the world with
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their knowledge or usefulness.
Chancollor Samuel Avery outlines
the kind of student tho fuculty most
desires In n crlpsy speech. He snld
tho university intonded to havo less
of filvollty ami moro leal study und
The chancellor calls attention to
tho fact that no poor studont hnd
ever hiuught dlseiedit upon the mil
veiilty. jlo welcomed the3e earnest
bos and girls who were willing to
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