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title: 'Los Angeles herald [microform]. (Los Angeles [Calif.]) 1900-1911, December 31, 1910, Page 7, Image 7',
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Aviator Hoxsey Smashes Another Record
VACUUMS IN I
Pasadena Aviator Imperiled as
Engine Almost Goes Dead
at Great Height
(t'ontlnurd from r»»e One)
into affected my angina strangely.
There seemed nothing In them to act
an pressure ngainst the propellers, and
it was hard for me to breathe."
■ The only mishap to mar the events of
the day was the total wreck of Curtlss
biplane 13 late yesterday afternoon,
when It plunged fifty feet to the ground
with Lincoln Beachey, who was sailing
over the course on a trial spin. Tho
satne machine wim damaged the pre
vious dny when Beachey ran Into a
Beachcy won rounding tlio turn In
the course tiff "automobile row" and
was about to slide in a landing before
tho Judges' stand, when No. la almost
turned turtle and drove one of Its
wings Into tim earth. The crowd,
Which was melting rapidly as the day's
flights drew to a close, saw the biplane
strike 111<■- ground and break Hko an
egg shell. Dust and splinters hid the
aviator from view, hut ho was pulled
out of the wreckage unharmed.
Beachoy blames the engine for being
slow and weak.
Shortly after Hoxsey. with the per
mission of the judges, had made his
ascension, Ely made a practice spin
around the course in a Curtlßs biplane,
Hp was followed by Parmoleo with an
armful of carnations, Parmeiee drove
'straight ahead over the grandstand
and s(*;«tU>rod red carnations the length
and breadth of the stand. Brooklni
followed with another bundle of carna
tions, but In- evidently flew too high,
tor the flowers fell wide of their murk
and dropped back of the grandstand,
where they were gathered up by the
venders mid sold later for souvenirs.
Latham, his cigarette clenched
tightly between his teeth, put his Mario
Antoinette through graceful maneu
IMG iir.i.n is contbmts
While Hoxsey was soaring from sight
on his altitude and duration flight,
Latham, Willard, Ely, Brooklns and
Parmelee entered the lists. Hoxsey
who with his flight lasting 3 hours
If. minutes and DO seconds, but count
ing only 3 hours 9 minutes and 60 sec
onds in this event, as he started 7
minutes before 1, the official starting
time, i'armolee took second place with
1 hour 23 minutes and in seconds' time,
Latham came third with 51 minutes,
Brooklns with 44:25 was fourth, and
Ely fifth With 43 minutes and 65 sec
onds. ■; .
Roy Knabenshue, manager for the
Wright brothers, went up with Dill
parmelee and took pictures of the
William C. K>rckhoff, member of the
aviation executive committee, dew sev
eral laps around the course with La
tham and appeared to enjoy his trip.
Parmelee and Knabonshue won the
passenger carrying event by 33 min
utes and 30 seconds, Brooktna and M.
('. Nelincr Of the 1 aviation committee
were up 20 minutes find 25 seconds,
Parmeleo and Knabenshue were third
with 17:40. and Latham and Curtlss
were up 0:45.
There was a special dally prize for
fie aviators crossing the finish line,
either way, before the grandstand and
'remaining as close to the spectators
as possible, in which Latham, Ely,
Brooklns, Parmelee, Willard, Hoxsey,
Hadley and Curtlss were contestants,
Latham won, Brooklns was second
and Ely third.
Glenn Curtlss pleased the spectators
by bringing his new SO-horse power
racer out on the course for Its second
tryout. Eugene Ely was placed at the
■ wheel and sailed the course In 1 mm,
, ute 56*1 seconds. Curtiss 1 time the
night before, when bo gave the ma
chine Its christening run, was faster
by many seconds.
The aviation committee yesterday
adopted a new plan, by which all those
attending the meet are afforded an
opportunity between 12 and 1 o'clock
of entering the field and visiting the
different camps on a tour of inspec
tion of the various machines.
AVIATORS SEE AUDITORIUM
SHOW AS SPECIAL GUESTS
It was aviation night at the Audito
rium theater last evening.
As the special guests of L. E. Behy
mer, manager of the Auditorium, and
Fred J. Khlll, manager of "The Man of
the Hour" company, the aviators who
are taking part in Southern California's
second annual aviation meet and the
members of the committee in charge
of the affair attended Hie performance
of "The Man of the Hour," forming a
box party of about forty.
The party occupied the logos across
the roar of the orchestra section of
the theater. Between the acts the
aisles in front of these logos and the
foyer behind them were the scene of
much merriment, the aviators congre
gating there to discuss the day's doings
and talk over nights.
Among the many present were Arch
Hoxsey and party from Pasadena,
Roy Knabenshuo and party. Walter
R. Brookins, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn H.
CurtiHS and party. Charles F. Wlllard
and Miss Emily Wlllard, James Radloy
and party, Hubert Latham and party,
R. R. Young and party, Eugene Ely
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. William M.
Garland and party, Fred Baker and
party, Martin Neuner and party, Mr.
and Mrs. John B. Miller, Buell Green,
Motley H. Flint, Perry Weidncr, Mr.
and Mrs. D. M. Reynolds and "W. B.
FLIGHT TO CATALINA IS
PROPOSED BY AVIATORS
James Radley and fellow aviators
are willing- to sail to Catallna if the
Catalina promoters will insure them
half of the value of their aeroplane!
in case the machines meet with mls
■nap, or they are Bach paid Jii.lOO for
making the trip.
It is ftOMible that hy today or to
morrow arrangements will be made
fur a Ilight to Catallna. In ca.se Jtad
loy make* tho trip he will sail ovor
fourteen more miles of water than was
cm*. I'd when the Bngllih channel waa
/spanned by an airship.
DISTANCE RECORD BROKEN
BUC. France, Doc. 30.—Maiirleo Ta
buteau, contesting for tho Michelin cup,
broke the world's aviation record for
distance today, covering 862.66 miles in
a continuous flight of seven noun
. ■. . « « >
Too ran buy It. [Mrliaps at many places, but
thtra'l one BEST place to buy It—an.l that
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AGED INDIAN SEES
Chief lodine Visits Aviation Field
with Three Hundred San
One .Indian's stoicism was strained
almost to the breaking point when
Chief lodine, 88 years of age, one-time
confidant of John C, Fremont, the
"Pathfinder," and Kit Carson; the
noted scout, returned to Los Angeles
after an absence oC seventy years and
for the first time in his long life saw
.in aeroplane, lie was permitted to sit
In the aviator's seal and hold the wheel
which controls it when In flight. But
Chief lodine managed to avoid expres
ions of surprise at the wonder city of
stone, brick, concrete and marble that
had replaced the humble adobe pueblo
of Other days. And he restrained him
self, also,, when he saw the aeroplanes
(lying like great lirds above Domln
guez Held. "■
Three hundred boosters came from
San Diego to see the events of San
Diego day at the Held. A sqtiad of
sailors from the torpedo fleet came up
on the special train. "With them was
Chief lodine, who bore a letter from
Ulysses S. Grant, jr., head of the Pan
ama-Pacific exposition committee, to
Glenn Curtlss, extending the freedom
of the city of San Diego to the noted
aviator and a hearty Invitation to visit
tin. southern harbor and continue his
experiments in the navigation of the
CHIKI' is SILENT OBSERVER
The sailors, led by the San Diego
band, marched on the field as a body- '
guard to the old scout and were soon ]
busy examining the Wright, Cur
tiss and Blerlot machines, while Chief
lodine delivered the letter with which
he had been intrusted. After march
ing up and down the Held a few times
while the band played "Dixie" and the |
"Star Spangled Banner," the San Diego
"boosters" returned to the stands to
watch the special program which had
been arranged for their entertainment.
The old chief, hero of a hundred bat
tles, who still can remember the oc
casion of the first raisins of the Amer
ican flag over San Diego, preserved
his stoicism even when confronted with
the machines of the air, but watched
with interest the evolutions which the |
aviators were performing around the
course. His face betrayed no emotion,
no outward manifestation of excite
ment or wonder appeared, but silently
he watched the rise and the fall of the
The San Diego boosters carried large
pennants, on which was Inscribed "San
Diego." While they were waving to
and fro in the grandstand Brooktns
SWOoped down and showered carnations
on them, amid the cheers of the thou
sands present. ■;''■'
ORIGIN or Indian* name
Chief lodine was horn in a tepee In
Oswego, N. T.i eighty-three y>ars ago.
His mother was the daughter of Chief
Mount Pleasant and his father a
French trapper. His grandparents on
his father's side came to America with
Marquis de Lafayette. While yet a
baby ho attracted the attention of some
white men, who asked if the baby had
had iodine poured on him.' The name
lodine was given him soon afterward.
When a boy lodine was sent to Now
York to his uncle, a Mohawk Dutch
man, as lodine describes him, named
Jacob Vosburgh. Voaburgh was a pilot
and put lodine to work on his boats.
His treatment was so brutal that
lodine ran away and shortly afterward
engaged with Fremont at St. Louis,
who then was recruiting his pathflnd
ing party to cross the far west In lay-
Ing out a trail.
"I was in Old Town — then San Diego
—with Fremont in 1846," said Chief
lodine, "when the first United States
flag was raised in that harbor, and l
have had my share in making the first
roads in this state."
HOXBEY WILL MAKE ADDRESS
Arch Hoxiey, who has been making
such a name for himself in his flight!
over Southern California, will mJilress
the students of Occidental college. in
the college, cnapel next AWdnesday
morning, lloxsey will tell of some of
his ojcp*reincei u» an aviator.and will
also endeavor to give nome idea to the
students of the difficult art of flying.
LOS ANGELES HERAIJD: SATURDAY MOItMM;. DKCIvMKKK :',l. i;»U».
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AVIATOR AND SCOIT
ABOVE—ARCH HOXSEY, WHO FAILED
TO BREAK HIS OWN ALTITUDE REC
ORD. BIT SET A NEW AMERICAN' EN-
DtJRANCE RECORD. BELOW—CHIEF
IODINE OP SAN DIEGO, WHO SAW HIS
MUST AEROPLANE YESTERDAY.
Office Will Be Open Tonight Until 9 Clock
Shares Advance in Price
m Today the Last Chance
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You Can Buy on Easy Payments
IThis prosperous enterprise is. not quite three years old, yet it has
more than 2000 stockholders, has accumulated resources of $764,
-336.02 with a surplus and undivided profits of $210,551.59 (Oct. 31,
1910) and has never missed a quarterly cash distribution to its stock
holders in addition to handsome increases in surplus.
In this period (33 months) its shares have advanced from par
$1.00 to the price today, $2.05 —tomorrow $2.10, and you are offered
a better investment in their purchase now than when at par.
Dividend rate 16' on par, paid in cash, 4% every three months,
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PROGRAM OF LOS ANGELES
DAY AT AVIATION FIELD
Arch Hoxsey starts after the
Mlchelln cup and a $4000 prize given
to the aviator making the longest
sustained fliKbt ror the year at 8
a. DJ. He must break H'iiri Far
niaii's record, present holder of cup
and winner of last prise money, who
flew December is of this year at
Ktamps. France, 36:: ■miles In s
hours and 21! minutes.
From 1 to 2 o'clock Altitude
trials. Entries, Hoxsey, Brooklns,
Hadley nnd Willard. Oeneral flying
by other aviators. Prizes Will bo
awarded in the first rind second
hour" to aviators who part's the
grandstand the greatest number "(•
tknics. During the Mrsl hour b
quick turning ovont will also bo
Prom 2 to n 'dock All aviators
in endurance flights. Quick start
and accuracy in landing. Parmelce,
Brooklns, Ely, Radloy.
From ;! to 4 o'clock Bomb • hrow
ing- and target practice, Parmelee,
Brooklns, Ely, Willard and Latham,
From 4 to .", o'clock -Speed con
tests between I'armclee, Radley, Ely
Cross-country and altitude nights
nre in prospect.
NJURED AVIATOR DIES
BEFORE RECEIVING HONOR
VBRSAI-«uES, [Prance, nee. s<i.~-
Lieut. Caumonl of the army aviation
corps, while testing a new monoplane
today, f"li sixty feet. Both legH were
broken. He was taken Immediately
to the military hospital, where he died
tonight. As soon as he learned of the
accident, (Jen. Brun, minister of war,
nominated Litut Caumont for the Le-
Elnn of Honor, but death occurred be
fore the cross could be taken to him,
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LATHAM- AIRY NIMROD. IS
ASKED TO SHOW LICENSE
BEFORE REPEATING HUNT
if Hubert Latham, the famoua
French ai lator who recently dis-
Ungulshed himself by shooting a
dvi k while caroming through the
air above the ocean, repeats that
feat in this county he will have the
law after him.
Although Latham performed bis
feat in the Interests of scientific
flying In the air he neglected to
attend to the little legal matter of
obtaining a state license to hunt,
and so ain-ady ha« laid himself
liable to Jirrost and linn for his
clover work as ii nlmrod of cloud
land, lie whs able to beat a duck
at Its own game, but VV. J. I lurm,
garni warden of Los Angclea
county, doubts Latham's ability to
1,,,., Hie gamp of ihe game warden,
and ho already has written the avi
ator thai ho haw violated the law.
■■j:,.(■,,,,- you repeat your aerial
duck hunting," wrote Mr. Durm,
»pli i . rform tli- formality of
calling al my office In the i our!
bouse and -how me your license."
Lai ham has not called, v I Itti n
nor shot another duck In the air
wince Mr, Durm wrote him, which
was shortly after the remarkable
feat was accomplished.
According to California laws the
resident. Of thlS Stale whO d !"'
to hunl wild things musl pa
year tor the privilege; non-resident
Americans. HO, and foreigners, 125.
Ai Latham is a Frenchman he must
pay the latter amount to bunt in
this state whether he uses a gun
while mi tool or In the air, accord-
Ing to Mr. Durm.
Not Implying that Latham would
seek to evade the law by using bin
aeroplane, it still Is an odd specu
lation how his arrest could be ac
complished it' he wanted tv adopt
that plan. _^_____
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I L^* SATURDAY W|
The market Is well dupplled with poultry this week. Turkeys are 35 cents a
Donad andKeeu an.l ducki 30 cents a pound. Fryers and roa-ters sell for 30 cenU
a pound and broilers brl,, B 40 centß a pound. Hens are 56 cents a pound, hquabs
an%'a ind"daoN Iand rn*et d^'sole may be bought for 25 cents a pound and salmon
for 20 .■'•»!»." pound. Halibut and barracuda brine 15 cent, a pound and yellow
tail sell for VIV-. rents a pound.
Butter Is M and 45 cents a pound.
KirirM it.- iiin'ii'i at 35 to 45 cents a dozen.
rranefar most out of market. The varieties obtainable are lied Emperors,
(•nrnlcb'ns and .Malagas, l'rices range from two pounds for 15 cent, to two pounds
f°r S lnna Pthan apples are 10 cents a pound and three pounds for 25 cents. Borne
neaut "h a c two pounds for 15 cent, an.l Bellefleurs sell at six and seven pound,
for "5 cents. Spitienberg apples sell at three pounds for So cents.
Htrawberrlei are higher this week. They sell for 11) and 15 cents a box. Rasp
berries are SO cents a box.
PMuthM sell for 5 cents a pound.
lJiirtlett pears vary In price from three pound* for 10 cent, to three pounds
for S3 cents. ,
f"r lemons sell for 15 and 20 cents a dozen.
OruiiKes brine SJS to 40 cents a dozen.
lirapefrult nell for 5 and 10 cent. each,
lMneupples may be bought for 10 cents a pound,
(iuavus »ell at three boxes for 2.". cents.
<i,^r'',fcc n t s Sa' l l^u,™-.nd Co.de- date. .eU fo, 10 c«t. .
POl"Vocoanuts bring 10 to 20 cents each.
Cocoanutl brloe 10 to i 0 vt^ntH eavh.
are^.^t Cepounss PfT.« cent. and «veet potatoe. «U .1 three
""""'.Htuc'e lells e at Stwo head, for 5 cents and three head, for 10 cent.. Pea. are
10 OTomaroe Ps°are/a little hlher this week. They sell for 5 cent, a pound.
(elerv Ie !> and 10 cents a bunch. each to two for 25 cent..
Xrti.liokes »aiT In price from 3 cents each to two for 2» cent..
Lima beam are two pounds for 15 cent..
Turnips bring 5 cents a bunch.
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YEAL — per pound °c
VEAL—Shoulder Roasts, per pound Wje
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