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LEGISLATURE ENFRANCHIS

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Laird's Biplane Arrives for Election Night Show; Will Be Put on Exhibition
The FORTY-FIVE horsepower tractor biplane in which Laddie Laird, Pioneer Press-Dispatch aviator, will fly here election night, November 7. Laird is seated in the machine with Miss Marjorie Pflat. George Weaver, the mechanician, is seen in the front of the picture, adjusting the motor.

FLYER
Chicago Youth Appointed In-structor of Government Avia-tion School at Waco, Tex.

George Weaver, Mechanician, Brings Aircraft for Pioneer Press and Dispatch Display.

GEORGE WEAVER, 21 years old, mechanician for Laddie Laird, the Pioneer Press and Dispatch aviator, arrived yesterday from Jules--harg, Cato. with the 45 horsepower tractor biplane which Laird will fly here on election night, Novemeber 7. The biplane will be put on exhibition in the downtown district as quickly as a suitable place for the machine can be found. It measures twenty-six feet from wing tip to wing tip, and twenty-five feet from the front of the propel-lor to the rudder end.
To FLASH ELECTION RESULT.
In the machine Laird will flash signals from the sky which will an-nounce the election of Hughes or Wil-son on election night. This aviation stunt is only one of the events on the 'big public service program arranged by

George E. Weaver
George E. Weaver, one of the first Chicago boys to take up flying, has been appointed government aviation instructor at Rich field, Waco, Tex. He is 22 years old, a graduate of Parker High school, and a son of Charles G. Weaver, auditor passenger traffic Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific railroad. Weaver began building airplanes in 1911. He became interested in air-boats in 1914, but soon changed from the boat to the land type of machine and has since specialized in that line.

AIRPLANE
Geo. E. (Buck) Weaver the Air Artist will give exhibition flights from 1:30 to 7 P.M. today. Will also make a number of passenger flights.
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