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I V'niIPTTC II
WILL FLY ONLY AT HONOLULU
HILO EXHIBITION CUT OUT
Mars Had Narrow Escape from Death at Fresno When En
gine Went dead at Height of Four Thousand Feet Av
iators Are Pleased With Moanalua.
J. C. Mars in Flight at Fresno
motor went dead at an
"Wo had rather give a good exhi
bition here mid satisfy ovcrjouu than
to split our pnrty for tho Hllo trip,"
said Whipple Hall this morning aft
er being naked about thu lllgnt (or
tho Dig Island.
Hall Intended to go over to Hllo
yesterday, but at tho last moment,'
after talking tho matter over with
tho other aviators, decided to havo
both machines maUo exhibitions In
"After Honolulu wo start for tho
Orient," said Hall, "anil when wo
strike n city oer thcro for nights
they will ask whero wo were last
and what kind of a show wo gave.
Wo musfbo nblo to glvo them a ref
erence hero that they can cable to
for confirmation, and for that reason
wo bcllcvo It better to remain in
Honolulu with the uluilo party."
In speaking of aviation this morn
ing, Hall said that any man who had
money enough would buy a machine
and hlro fcomeono clso to II. v for htm;
tho man who did tho flying did It
because ho did not havo tho money
to hlro someono eleo to do tho dan
Yesterday afternoon tho two ma
We want to impress upon you that on every
suit vou buy in the LEADER you save from
$4.00 to $10.00
To gel )ou nciiiiiliitril vt llh us vte mint )ou lo sec our exceptional
ly loir prices and high grade Clothing, then ou villi admit jou haie
lifter Been an j thing to equal Ihrm,
They are In two mid tlirep-pcro suits, WOIIKTHDS, CHEVIOTS,
CASSIJIKIIKS, FLANNELS, Fit KM'II ALVACA, SELF STHIl'i: mid
HLUi: SEItHES., The latest 1011 patterns In htrlpcs and checks.
They are the product of the best makers, 'tho materials are er
rrlleut, the tailoring fniiltlcis, the ntjlcs pleading to the quiet and to
the fashionable dressers. lj(''', '
It It to the Interest of eiery mail to participate In tills great cloth
ing eient. I'lnln to say, vie glto good, solid, honest mine, and mine
sticks nut all oirr our clothing.
Friers range from $(U0 to f 21.50 und north from 10 to f!5 per
rent more. Ilcfure buying any clotliliu look at our goods anil prices.
It villi com luce you of our great money sitters.
llulldliig, iipp. Japanese ('oiiNiilale.
Fort Street near lleretiinla, Harrison
the machine in which the
altitude of 4,000 feet.
chines of tho aviators were taken to
Mojualua and housed In tho barn
there, but today the hanger will be
erected and tho machines transferred
there to bo tuned up for tho tllghts.
thu Ilrst of which will bo made Sat
At Fresno the cool nerve of Hud
Mars (and, by the way, ho docs not
like to bo called "Hud") saved him
fiom death when his engluo went
dead at an attitude of 4000 feet.
The story as told In n Fresno dls
patch of December 18 follows;
Dropping from a height of more
than 4000 feet after his engine hnd
"gone dead" and his machine had
been left to tho mercy of the elo.
mentu, J. C. Mars, a member of tho
Curtlss camp of aviators, today camo
safoly to earth following olio of tho
most sensational exhibitions of aerial
nnvlgntlon evor witnessed. Tho
downward swoop of tho plucky bird
man took placo before 10,000 per
sons at tho fair grounds In this city
So skillfully did tho aviator guide
his frail craft, however, that a real
Izntlou of tho awful battle taking
placo did not reach tho big crowd
until Mars had returned to tho earth
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it 8PORT CALENDAR. ii
it Saturday, Dee. 31. ii
ti Airship Flight Monnnlun. ii
tt Itaeo Moot aX Hllo Special it
it Rteamor from Honolulu Leaves it
it Friday Afternoon. ii
tt Airship Flight Hllo, During ti
tt Haco Meet. ii
A,s,,ip StMtnnaa. !!'
it Monday, Jan. 2. ii
it Airship Flight Moanalun. ti
it Two Soccer (lames Hawaiian ii
ii Association Football Loaguo. it
tt ii w n it a n ti tt ti n tt a a tt ti tt j
MurB had started out to break tho
Pacific Coast rccoid for altitude made
by Louts I'nulhau at I.o.i Angeles.
Gracefully he toto Into tho air, and
as he swept mound tho Hold he
mounted higher and higher into the
kky until no lunger could tho crowd
below hear thu whirr of his engino.
Suddenly the other aviators wcro
horrlllcd to see Mnrs suddonly dart
toward the earth. Involuntary cries
broke from tho lips of both Curtlss
and Wlllaid, and Mrs. Mars, who was
seated In nn automobile, shrieked
with honor as she, too. realized
what was taking nlaco thousands of
feet nbovo her Once nrouiid tho
Held Mnrs glided, his ma'hiuo swift
ly losing Its momentum. Unnblo to
hold It In tho air any longer, ho
tilted tho planes downward and
swooped toward tho earth.
Mechanics mndo frantic efforts to
removo Wlllnrd's machine, which
seemed to be directly In tho path of
tho oncoming aeroplane, but Mnrs
passed 300 feet over them, heading i
directly for a row of automobiles
which lined ono edge of tho flold.
Ills cool ncrvo saved tho daring
joung blrdmnn nt tho Inst moment, I
Hnd his machlno gone straight ahead
It would havo crashed Into the auto-
mobiles, but Mnrs almost stood It on1
end ns ho turned It right nbout and """"T0"0 to tonr' 8; eacl1 n,lal"
glided down In perfect safety. ' , , .
(llenn Curtlss described tho drop1 Pundibowl drive, covered by sec
ns one of tho most thrilling bits of tlon ,3' """nanco "f the Hoard of Su
aerial navigation he had over seen. 'T"''"0.''8-0"0 or four' S: encl1 ntl
n w ,i, n,.i ,n .!, i.,i dltlonnl, 60c.
..v, ....d .. .... n . -.. .....
of Mars when ho loft his machine,
nnd congratulated him on his sui'
Whllo climbing upward Mars i,oim, , Supervlsors-Ono or four,
struck n cold strata of air which $,-,; cnci, nddltlonnl, GOc.
froze lls cnglno and put his blplnnoi Moann Hotel nnd return Ono or
out of commission Tar tho remainder four, $0; each additional, 50c.
of the afternoon. Karller In tho day, I'ukakl hill and return, covered
however, ho made n thrilling glide by section 3, ordlnnnco of tho Hoard
to earth from a height of about 1200 of Supervisors Ono or four, $5;
feet. leach additional, GOc.
Perfectly satisfied, Is tho way the. Moann Hotel nnd return Ono or
threo nvintors who reached Honolulu four, $G; ench additional, GOo.
yesterday oxpresscd themselves wlthl Diamond Head and return, special
Moanalua as a Bite to start tholr trl' covered by section 3, ordlnnnco
flights In this city, nfter n visit paid of tl10 n"ri1 f Supervisors Ono or
to mo polo Held in company
Whipple Hall and Hd I.owls.
Mars Is tho only ono of tho three
now heio who took part In tho avi- .
atlon meet nt F.esno tho middle ofln.nl,MT I" 'Ti i'm ", "r-
the P-nt month the other two y-- ?, Sft
ers hero being ale in Curtlss andj uonriI ot s llperv,sor8.
Charles Wll ard. and all threo ofj CallInK nnd 8,10I,pnB,4 ,)0r
thorn wcro In tho nlr ut tho snmoour ,mlf Ulll0 (llkcn tn ,leU.n.
time during tho flist day of tho meet. I Hon within tho boundnrlos of the
This was the second aviation meet city of Honolulu,
that Kresno held during tho present j Shopping nnd calling Covered by
ear, and on that account tho city section 3, ordlnnnco of tho Hoard of
holds Itself mmo progressive than Its Supervisors, $4 per hour; outside
California neighbors. limits of ordinance, $5 per hour.
Muis did lots of spectacular work! To Wuiulno und return, coNcred by
at Fresno, and Curtlss' new ma-
chlno proved Its power well by ovor-l
taking both tho others aftor thoy
had n start of several minutes. I
Wlllurd mado somo cross-country I
lllRhts which covered n diutmino nf
forty miles, nnd durlnc whin, bn
attiilucd u speed of vlxty miles nn
Tho military authorities nro tak
ing gre.it Interest In the nights to
bo held hero, nnd Mnrs will do somo
bomb tluowing from his machine.
showing how accurnto this can bo
At Fresno ho .dropped n bomb, nn
orange, his tnrget being n circle of
thlity feet, within which stood Men-
tunant McClockoy of the Marino
Corps. He was at nn altitude of 250
feet when ho successfully dropped
tho bomb, which landed within 'crcd by section 3, ordinance of the
twenty feet of Lieutenant McClosky.l Hoard of Supervisors.
Tho lllghts nt Moanalua will bo1
high ones, ns It will bo nocessary.0no or follr' 18! ono or Blx- 20!
for the niachlncH to rise hlcher tbnn
tho surrounding hills, in order to."10 l)0'ir(1 of Supervisors.
havo room for maneuvering properly. To WaM'wn and rcturn-Ono or
said tho aviators aftor returning
from their visit tn ll.n nnl flol.l
Twin mtifilillinu iiiapa l.emi rl. 1 n It,.
,mi .7 7, .,, ......
noliilu by tho nvintors, and both will.
bo In tho nlr nt tho samo time dur
lug the lllghtB In this city.
Captain Hnldwln is thu oldest nvl
man, nt which time Mnrs Joined him
from a circus troupe mid learned to
do parachute dropping. Mars has
done about ccrj thing In tho nil'
from the ll) lug trapeze to steering a
biplane, and making thousands hold
thelr breath as ho made daring
swoops nnd circles from high nltl-
New- Schedule of Rates
To Take HfTect January 1, 1911
Hates per hour, $.".00 Sternly driv
ing fur largo cars having a seating
cnpaclty or six passongors besides
Itates per hour $1, steady driving
for cars having n seating capacity of
four passcngcrB besides tho driver.
I'linnhou streot, along Hastings
street, nlong Prospect street, Wylll.i
street, Knllhi bridge Kates: Ono or
two- ! cach nddltlonnl, GOc.
C1mint,rj; Club Ono or two, I1.C0;
ea iildUlonnl. GOc.
Jo town, Punnhon illstr ct-$l
".".."' .' ""u """"
II. 11 Cooper's resldcncu Mnnon
Valley Ono or two, $1.50; each ad
Mollllli church Ono or two,
$1.50; each nddltlonnl, 50c.
Wnlklkl bridge Ono or two.
$1.50; each nddltlonnl, 50c.
nninuiKi, izin avenue ono or
two. $2.50: each nddltlonnl. .'.Or
Walklkl, to Wilcox's residence
Ono or two, $2; each additional, fioc.
Detention charged by tho hour
from starting point,
To Fall Ono or four, $7; onch ad-
Within city boundaries covorcd by
section 3, ordlnanco of. tho Hoard ol
To ''"'I from Moann Hotel nnd ro-
XTnntlii llntnl nml rntiirn riiirt
four, C; each nddltlonnl, fiOc.
Pacific Hetchts and return, env-
nrnil liv onnllnn 1 nrillnoHAn nf !.
j From Monnnlun nround Diamond
?leml' olnS wcst to nst-$5 Ior
section 3, ordlnnnco of tho Hoard of
Supervisors Ono way, one or bIx,
&: return trip, ?j; detention, id
To '-"ens' ind return Wnlalno
or six, $ip; covored by section
3- ordinance of tho Hoard of Suptr-
To Honolulu plantation nnd re
turn Ono or six, $8; covered by
section 3, ordlnanco of tho Hoard ot
To ,Penrl City und return Ono or
W j10. covoreii by section 3, ordl
nntirn nt Mm llnnnt rt Riinrvlanra
To Wntertown nnd return Ono or
six, $12.50; covered by section 3,
ordinance of tho Hoard of Supor-
To Wnlpnhu and return Ono or
six, $15, Including llonoullull; cov-
To Hwa plantation nnd return-
covered by section J, ordlnnnco of
mx -" cra ',y Befuon ' orul"
.."" '" "" '" ul ouporviburn.
To I-olIehua nnd return Ono or
six, $20; covored by section 3, ordl-
"""co "' ' nouri1 of Supervisors.
,.,.,,, ni1 .,' n,, ,
und return Ono or
six, $25, one hour detention; ono or
G, $30, from sunset to sunset; cover
ed by section 3, ordlnnnco of tho
To Ileeln and return Ono or six,
$1S; detention, ono hour; covered by
section 3, ordinance of tho Hoard of
To Walknnc nnd return Ono or
six, $20; detention, ono hour; cov-
"cd by section 3, ordlnnnco of the
"onrd of Supervisors.
TO ALL COUNTRY POINTS, ONI2
To Walmanaln unit return Ono or
six, $25, detention ono hour; nil day,
$30; colored by section 3, ordlunnco
of tho Hoard of Supenisors. ""-f
To Kahuna Ilcncli and return '
Ono or six, $25; detention, ono hour.
All country trips bounded by Hn
uln on tho Fall sldo nnd bounded by
Wnlalnii on tho west sldo $30 u
To Kiiliukii nnd return $10; nil
AH country trips starting any
where within tho boundaries of Dia
mond Head, Full mid Mo.tnnlun are
regulated by country rntos.
No double rates.
Hound Island $40
Hound Island, largo cars, $10.
Hound Island, filial I cars, $35.
Hates per week $125. ,4
ROSA & CO.
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL
DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF
THE CITY .;,
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets
MACFARLANE & GO.,
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS
Pfcnnc 2020 Qneen Street
Cream Pure Ry
I acific y
KING AND NUUANU STREETS
You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davies, Prop.
FOX SALE AT ALL BAM
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., LTD.
1051 Fort St.
beon u balloon i,(mIlI , supervisors.
Regal, Shoo Store,
i -t- Mi