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HOXSEY REPEATS JOHNSTONE'S FEAT Aviator's Flight Reminds Specta tors of Tragic Death of His Old Rival 10,000 GLAD WHEN TRIP ENDS Manbirtf Makes 20 Miles in 20 Minutes of Sensational Aeroplaning (Associated Press) DENVER, Nov. IS.—A lone aviator, roaring eaglewise against the dazzling background of the snow-cli Mountains, today grimly reminded 10, --000 spectators at Overland park of yes terday's reckless rivalry which culmi nated In the tragic death of Ralph Johnstone, holder of the world's alti tude record. While Walter Brooklns, of the Wright team, was speeding toward Kansas City, guarding the body of the man who. In Brooklns 1 own words, "flew as he pleased," \rch Hoxsey, mli.ise feats Johnstom ever sought to excel, gave the two flights called for In his contract and throw In another one to please the management and the crowd "Bud" Mars, who arrived last night with hi 3 Curtisa biplane, could not get his machine in order in time to fly today. He probably will fly to morrow . What Hoxscy failed to do in fancy work today he made up in speed Ris ing at. 3:31 p. m., he circled to a height of about 2000 feet, taking nine minutes to do it and then beaded northwest ward toward the foothills. The great win t Of the biplane dwin dled in the air until only the ki eyed spectator? could see the machine at all before Hoxsev started back. He reached the field again at 4 o'clock and it was learned f.oni his description ol a lake over which he passed that he had covered an estimated distance of twenty miles in twenty minutes. Hox sey estimated his greatest altitude at 3500 feet from the ground, or 8,00 feet above the sea level. A fourteen-rainute flight as the be ginning of the day's program was with out incident, but In the final flight tHoxsey warmed up and rose and Hoxsey' warmed up and rose until the crowd voiced the seemingly unani mous desire that he would come down. Even this flight, however, was tame in comparison with the most cautious flights of yesterday. Hoxsey and Mars will have the field to themselves tomorrow. It Is ex pected that Krookins will be back in Tim.' to fly Monday, when the meet is scheduled to end. Mara is under con tract to fly Sunday. Tomorow Hoxsey will engage in a with a running horse, the horse traveling the seven-eighths of a mile track used fur runners, and Hoxsey the mile track used for trotting races. Word reached aviation officials to night that Wilbur Wright would reach Denver Monday morning from Kansas City with Walter Brookins and then an official investigation of the cause of the accident which resulted in Johnstone's death yesterday will be made. The Wrights are anxious to de termine who was at fault. Monday Brooklns will return to the field, and with Hoxsey will contest for altitude records against Mars. ENGLISH AVIATOR IN FLIGHT OVER NAVY YARD PHILADELPHIA, Nov, 18.—Gra harae White, the English aviator, passed over the Philadelphia navy yard and crossed the Delaware river Into New Jersey in his biplane today, when ho made three flights at the aviation meet of the Aero Club of Pennsylvania. His flight to the navy yard was "n his third ascension of the day, Ris ing only i'!" feet, lie flew over the commandant's office and the big war ships. ___^__ "Th« Store with a Cnnsclfncc." r.D.Uilverwooci Sixth and Jlruadnay 221 8. Spring. .Mariroim Long Itriu'h UakerhfklU S»u Bernardino U^fi«^*'** Hobble Dlrwl from I Ife. —has nothing to do with the coal < ept make it more of a comfort. It's a collar—a convertible, two in-one collarcan be but toned up snug 'round the neck in a jiffy—or can be worn open. But you've got to see it— you'll want a convertible on your coat. We've got it. Also Perrin's Gloves. Also Stetson's Hats. Also Clark's rubless hose and others. Need a Sweater-coat? The Office Boy Th« Old -Man w»y»l "Niitu Ihn melancholy linhMn of the (iolililu Hud theM tiny* " The inn of Hart finer A: Marx Cloth™ BOY ACCUSED OF BURNING HOME WITH FIERY ARROW IIJMFSTI N. V., .Xot. I«.—Oeonre Boißpi a 13-year-old schoolboy, Is un der arrest at Glendale, 1.. 1., charged with using a flame-tipped arrow to set fire to tin* home of a wealthy neighbor. The hut is iftld to hare lured the mis tress of the lionsl away by telephoning to her that her little daughter nan sick at m luiol. The fire did (3000 damage. The fire marshal declares the boy started the flro because he hail been reading novels about how Indians set fire to the cabins of their white enemies by nwiiih of fire on arrow tips. BRITISH NAVAL CHIEFS HONOR AMERICAN FLEET Officers and Statesmen Attend Luncheon Given by Pilgrims Society in London LONDON, Nov. IS.— The Pilgrims .so- | Clety gave a luncheon today in honor of . the third division of the American Hoot, i now at Gfravesend. Vice Admiral Sir Hedwortn Lamb ton presided and had Rear Admiral Joseph B. Mui'doek, com mander of the visiting battleships, at hia light. Both made speeches. < er hosts were Admiral Seymour, Vici Admiral Richard Kinahan, Hear Admiral F. C. D. Bturdee, Sir Francis B, Powell, Lord Kllonborougii, Lieut. Gen. Sir Robert Baden-Powell, Lieut. Gen. Hely-Hutchlnson, the venerable j Archdeacon William M. Sinclair, Sir Hiram 8. Maxim, Sir Perry Sanderson, former British consul general at New York; Sir George Reid and the earl of Cawder, Lord Brassey and Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree also were present. LORD KOBERTB SINUS (<Hi:i.TlN<ls There were thirty-fivo officers in full uniform. Harry K. Brittain, secretary of the Pilgrims society, read a tele gram r ceived by the president from Lord Roberts, who said: "I offer my warmest welcome to Ad miral Murdock and the officers of the United States navy, and express my sincere r< grel at not being able to do so in person." Welcoming the visitors, Admiral (rambton made a speech along: profes sional lines. He decried the theory I that the size in ships and guns was the chl( f factor In the strength of a navy. He described how much easier it was [or torpedo boats commanded by dar- I Ing men to sink a ship that was 600 feet than to .sink one measuring only | X) feet. Sir lied worth complimented the American navy on the trip of the fleet around the world, and incidentally paid a hish tribute to the Japanese nation and navy. Responding, Admiral Murdock de- Bcribed the border lino between the i United States and Canada as the lons-! est in the world, and said peaece had I been preserved on it for ninety-six i without resort to armaments. Befi i ring to the settlement of the New foundland fisheries dispute, Admiral Murdock said arbitration between the two natii na was becoming a habit. RACE WAR AMONG JACKIES ENDS IN STABBING AFFRAY CHERBOURG, Nov. 18.—A dispute b itween white and negro bluejacki the American squadron under Admi ral Vreeland tdnight developed into a light in which it is said revolvers and knives were used, The gendarmes arrested a sailor from the Kansas, who 1b charged with hav ing stabbed a man from the Louisiana In the abdomen. One negro, in a serious condition from several stab wounds in his back, . nt to a hospital, while another was wounded on the head. U. S. JACKIES START FIRE BREST, France, Nov. IS.—A group cf bluejackets from the American lighted a wood fire on the water front today. The names spread until thej threatened to communicate with barrels of nitVate and alcohol, j police saw the danger and ex tinguished the flames. ' _iMySEMENTS THE AUDITORIUM SRiSS," LEm.™' Third B»cc..fui week. BEVANI GRAND OPERA CO. Matinee Today, 2:15 o'Clock—"lL TROVATORE," with Frery, Jarman, Secci Corsi, Battain Tonight, fr:ls o'Clock—"LA TRAVIATA," with Vicarino, Alberti, Sacchetti Next Monday night— "LOVE TALES OF HOFFMAN." Tuesday night— "LA BOHEME." Wed mat.— "FAUST." Wed. eve—"RIGOLETTO." Thursday matinee— "lL TROVATORE." Thursday night— BOHEME." Friday night— "LUClA." Saturday matinee—"LA BOHEME." Saturday night—"LA TRAVIATA." \ Great thorns That Can Sins. Popular Price* Me, BOr, ':»■. $1. Seals on Sale at Box Office for Next Week. TT-TV AnnTTnPTMM "THEATER L. K. BEHYMEK, rib- AUUIIUKIUW in. vi nil 1.." Manager. NEXT TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AFTERNOONS Positively the only two appearance* uf RI'SSIA'S GREATEST BAREFOOT DANCER, COUNTESS THAMARA DE SWIRSKY WITH A ma ORCHESTRA UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MR. HENRY OHLMEYER PEATP NOW OK HALE. PRICES: 50c, 7Gc. »1.00, $1.30. $:.'.OO. [■-'"■ _ ,,.,~~~ B^" P! AC/*A FOREMOST STOCK OIL LMd %* \J COMPANY or AMERICA Delßneo-Ulucknooil Co., Prop*, anil M>n Mala M.. Between Third and fourth an. LAST I OIK PERFORMANCES LEWIS S. STONE and the D<!las,;o thoater company present .Plnoro's best play, THE GAY LORD QUEX With Mr. stone ai Lord Quest —Mips Eleanor Oordon ;..s 80111 ■■>■ l'ulgarney. SJATINKES TODAY AND TOMORROW. Popular iielanco prices. NEXT WEEK—THE SEASON* MEWE4T IT.AY, T T'Wl? S STONE and !U<- l!r.!asco company v.iil give lie first production on any Btaisioti'lElLA BURTON . ELLS' new:military play, THE CASE OF SERGEANT WILDE SKATS FOu THIS IMPORTANT EVENT Alt! NOW ON SALE. Regular Belasco prn-<. imiMBM. ■iim AitdJirlOLbLJ VAUDEVILLE STARTING PROMPTLY AT 8:30 P. M. 3 Complete Shows Tonight and Tomorrow Night MATINEE EVERT DAY — x A1.1.-STAK ACTS—IOc 50c AND ?.oc. t'AMn r^uT^PA T-rDTr^P matineks today, tomorrow and /TkAN - -°~lr; tIUUSb XUISSBAY— i-1i,.,,,. Main 1987, Homo A 1967 Vjl LAST * XIMES TOKAY OF THE SEASON'S HONti HIT, "J.LOROPOBA." commencim; mvtinkk tomorrow, ■ ! FERRIS IIARTMAN I will offer nich.irii Carle's fam. ;is I "THE SrRINO AM) COMPANY I musical comedy »ucep»», | CHICKEN." LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATUHD AY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1010. MEXICAN LABORERS MAY BE BARRED Federation Convention Has Reso lution Asking Congress for Exclusion Law FACTIONAL ROW GETS HOT Union Leaders Fail to Adjust Con troversy Between Electrical Workers' Divisions QUARREL CAUSES SHOOTING OAKY, Iml.. Nov. 18.1'ollowlng con tinued nuarrels over the affairs of two factions of electrical worker* now dis puting at the American Federation of Labor In St. Louis, Julln Carlson tonight fatally »ho( John Howard on the street. Howard in manager of the Burns Elec tric company ami resides in Chicago. Carlson was arrested. (Associated Press) ST. T.OUIS. Nov. IS.—After a session of heated debates, motions and counter motions, the Electrical Workers' union controversy between the so-called j Reid and McNully factions, was re ; ferred late today back to the executive ! council of the American Federation of Labor. The case is in exactly the same position as at the beginning of the convention. The motion to refer was adopted | after the defeat of a substitute resolu- i tion offered by Thomas L. Lewis, presi d. Nt of the United Aline Workera. Lewis' substitute provided for a con vention of both factions under the control of the federation. The executive committee was l#rt free to dispose of the ( ase, ■with a view of eventual amalgamation of the two unions, if possible. A resolution asking the convention i to ratify the recent action of the ex ecutive council in reference to the amalgamation and affiliation of the "White Rats and Actors' union, was presented, and will be acted upon next week. President Gompers took occasion to say that an incorrect inference hnd been drawn from his statement con cerning the negro question during Ins address at the federation banquet last night He denied he wanted the ne groes eliminated from the labor unions and said the impression he. intended to convey was that the condition of the negroes as it class made their problem difficult to handle. \ resolution for the unionizing: of migratory laborers was presented by Andrew Furuseth of San Francisco. The resolution demanded these labor ers be piM iil ""i^i Instead of scrip or orders on company stores. A resolution offered by .Tames Mur ray of the Texas State federation, asks the government to exclude Mexican la bor from this country. JAIU 8 MEN FOR SPYING ON PRISON OF STRIKERS TAMPA, Fla., Nov. 18.— Eight addi tional arrests were made today of armed men shadowing: the jail where leaders of the striking clgarmakers are confined. In possession of the arrested men was found a li-i of hours of relief, inrii catlng that 300 men had been detailed to watch the Jail. "JUDGE SENDS DYNAMITERS TO PRISON FOR 13 YEARS SACRAMENTO, Nov. ]S.—Quirk was taken in the superior court this morning on rsr-orjfe Collins and Harry Raymond, who were captured at Perkins Tuesday with dynamite in their possession and who wen- accused of planning to blow a safe there. J Po3t sentenced them to thirteen yeara each at FolHQtn. s? Misses and Juniors' Wear / N Today—Third Floor UATuonr »ro«« .mtwrr m. WM , bom i.v. faultless. materlaU dependable, trim- #^W^*vV\ \ >jl ¥*! &&r daughters from Bto 17 years of age. .y /h VU Y\) yM^J /jMZj /*\\ C>^ 33l-333-335^ Sooth Broadwag « P .,, r Thompion- $r.95 #jk \\Y I ft >/V s 'noMgrniNo NKW icTKKT i>at.» I Suit* in AH-Wool ■ ,i 1 wm ,, vl F /\ / )_il I rTTTTTT. 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The suits In fash- Vt \ \\ /[ wm^ mtmT ■ foj* l-verv K lrl should To $16.50 ..... • lonable materials in blue, green and m 11 s : ..*V «*s*, j f:i*>* » own _"2 <t_J >(_J!l^l'"' »tiik suits, come in fancy stripe gray, either braided or plain. Include Eg |; 11 '.■ A Ifc^^ff »/) flue looking, praf- ■»■ lergea, shepherd check and plain at this price a fine assortment of three- XI f .11' U V««-jO j &-J ii.nfivn.. We X iv» materials, party and evening dresses piece dresses in brown, navy and gray. SX\ I i\\ X^% S r ; v<y* !"_'ll ■ L_!!J- " — in dainty Tnsebu.l challieH with Dresden ' B«J ;, -11 TO. -rfj , ' . 'War / ll.em away iih-.i- borders; ,-vlbo in dark red. blue. pink 1,,,:,,, r<t*ta C 0%. A Sf> Ml i- I -/P*l S | 'liX / iutrly I i;i 1 with and Breen, hand-embroldercd; sizes 8 JUnlOr ViOalS ip J-JW I H-'ll * .J S | VT piinlinse~ln the '" 1?- from $12.50 tO . 4hf 9at »j ! lit 1 | • -4 "i"'" and .luven'. Misses'and Juniors'"Peter LINE most departnient .,,, , 8 . 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OF ft? > + signias; sizes li, 18. is and 13, 15, IT. tailored effects; all sizes.* w!§ifi&^WPw''i W I Fourth Floor—Economies in Long Flannelette Kimonos I ' &\NF' *^tmA Women's Lone Kimonos Beautiful I. on g Xl- Kimonos in a. splendid High grade Flannelette "' V **«^» of heavy material, in mono* in handsome new variety of styles and » K n "°" t " new ngunM , i i . ir' ftf.rrfJiSl Ssft ae:^ be aue^ Si!,.'^ U' S SSfo si?a ;'':" (Today Another Chance to Buy $20, r ? 1 , to "a, nr -.95c co^rf^iar^iS HHals..: als.. an $f %$ g^:r:s.43j $25, $27.50 and 30 $10.95 Ito-lay.. 5..... 93C 11-75 value »Uy value. »''° y «,.»», »^ '**J Tailored it . . «PAvF.^ Jf fsensational Sole Men's I f ) f Best Va... ,v. r orr.r.d , ] A a*S:-.55c n ..89c B&-.50C i«|fe§§^ig OVER 300 dozen in a great spe- *" «, -■ %».i__« C OFT fleeced Vests and rants' Vuuu "* V ' , . clal purchase—new Fall and Regular »1 .25 Value* 5 finished with crochet odge and SlO 95 'J'llC most faVOred materials, Winter patterns. Every garment /^< TTNUINE Italian Lamb- silk tape at neck; fine elastic v • • . r-.-n full cut and laundered ready |j. - n G]oves o f s j,len- ribbed; white; all sizes. Also styles and Colors for Winter Wear. btlll wear; coat style; plain £.'««, did Soaring Quality; over- ■•Formora" Union Suits; full size; a splendid assortment for today. • botant. Also bo dozen plain blue> did wearing quality, over fom flttln Reß ular 65c at a splendid assortment for today. Chambray Skirts at, each Mo. I seam r»titch; all colors. J \ mm^m i a~—————.——• V. ' , mmm^____ .^_____--^—•——»^ AMUSEMENTS ; , _ HAMBURGER'S MAJESTIC THEATER A"inth! Los Angeles' Leading Playhouse—Oliver Morosco, Manager MATINEE TODAY T f* T /-f-% X T LAST PERFORMANCE SUNDAY NIGHT. * ■ I I V/ The Messrs. Shubert present the sensation MB II W of the last New York season, by CLYDE xi l^i B_ i^ JL FITCH. Nights and Saturday matinee, dOo T3» * ■» "* to 51.50. • i , Mesara. Sam S. and Lee Shubert (Inc.) Present I next NAZIMOVA • W JC/t/iV SEATS NOW SELLING. BEGINNING "^^|_^^^_ .little eyolf MONDAY ggjL^v^»_A_P HOUSE NOV. ™ A a d Ilch nnTtf l 3er.. THE FAIRY TALE 21 MM - NAZIMOVA will be supported 'by I -*1 J " THE NAZIMOVA THEATER COMPANY MOROSCO'S BURBANK THEATER m»a*%»t£ LOS ANGELES' LEADING STOCK COMPANY TODAY-I^ABT rERFOKMAMES OF LAST MUSICAL COMEDY THIS YEAR, FUI . THE YANKEE I'RINCE Beginning Tomorrow Matinee, by Personal Arrangement with David Belasco, SPECIAL MATINEE THURSDAY, THANK 6GIVINO DAY. A Tremendous Display The Grand Army Man REAPPEARANCE OF A. BYRON BEASLEY IN DAVID WARKKLDS GREATEST PRICES—SBe; POO. 7»C. MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. X*. 25c. 50c. MASON OPERA HOUSE W" T M.»aj«: EVBBY MIGHT AND WEEK MATINEE TODAY. SPECIAL THANKS JIVIVCi II VV MATINEE THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24. FOLLOW THE CROWD AND SEE THE IiST KVER. | he Fortune Hunter ras.'sr PRICES 50c TO 11.00. PEATS NOW ON SAI<E. ____—— LUNA PARK ° "n the Heart of Los Angeles. NOW OPEN ATTRACTIONS Hoyal Hungarian Band Concerts Twice .Miniature Railway. nnllv Thi Dlvloa \tnus. Carousal. Aerial bwlnu »^«MHSi fij£rfea»- MO i?iq'cors sold on the orounds. admission ioc. __^ SIMPSON AUDITORIUM L' *; "^Manage"'. .MATIM:i: TODAY, 2:30 O'CLOCK, ONLY MATINEE APPEARANCE Of PEPITO ARRIOLA PHENOMENAL BOY PIANIST. TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT BABTUBTT MUSIC CO. PRICES: 60c, To •. »1, *1.60. STI'DBXTS' HATES. > —- PANTAGES THEATER B roadwa}:. BefiVe'en Fifth aort 81stbi Unequaled Vaudeville— European and American Stars MATINEE TODAY 2:30 • Weiser & Dean 1 SHOW I Bros. Carpos ?SSTt^ %%-?% TO^^r""" 3- COME EAniY-lOc, i.e. 3 0c. For Your Sunday Outing /f&hs. visit Venice W The Winter Resort Band Concerts— Dancing, Bathing—Scenic Railway Ocean Park Santa Monica Dancing, Bathing — Band Concerts I Redondo Beach ■ . Delightful Ten-Mile Ride Along the Ocean LOS ANGELES PACIFIC RY. Hill Street Station, Between Fourth and Fifth ■ ■ AMUSEMENTS £**■ » « _V*., - (spring; St., llHwfrn 2d and 3d. THE STANDARD OF VAUDEVILLE j Bt PBIMEBO BAI.I.EKIXA V PANTOMIMI.STK DX MUNIIO | LA TORT AJAD A Presenting a pantomimic tragedy. "ADVENTURES OF A TOREADORE." toether with a bill of eight superb acts, with motion pictures of the best quality. combining lo make a proram of rare enjoyment. EVERY NIGHT. 10c, 26c, 5Uc. 75c. MATINEE '1 :1 -. DAILY. 10c. 25c, BOc. O~~^ ~~ ~~~ Main. BatVMn Fifth anil Sixth. LYMPIC THEATER Comu««ill«m»—Tomfortable. All>h l7: ,i Fa?l3 uf for the ntartllns. ilaillna, Bensntlonal '»o«**' "BOHEMIA"— 10 bit nuiHlrnl sprclaltlcs-fenlurlnK J..1« Mendel. Two .how. tonight, """and 0:15. Matlneea Monday. Wednf.day, Saturday. Sunday, 1 "c, SO.-. 26c. LEVY'S CAFE CHANTANT l:l , to , :!0 . Sr.^.KiS ENTERTAINERS WHO ENTEUTAIN'. DANCERS WHO DANCE. SINQEKa WHOIBM MIRIMBA HASP from the Amazon river. MILANO DUO,'Scenes from Grand Op.ro. Mi.l.X. BEATRICE and K. PHAS^JtSriSffVS? and Acro hntlc TXilicorß, THR M.I. al''.llT TTttO—PTNnERS AND COMEDIANb. # Every Visitor -TO- Los cAngeles Who Does Not Take The Great Mount Lowe Trolley Trip Misses Half the Beauties of Our Sunny Southland » DON'T MAKE SUCH A MISTAKE! Cars Leave Pacific Electric Depot 8, 9, 10 a. m., 1:30 and 4 p. m. Better Spend Thanksgiving at Long Beach The Remodeling and Refurnishing — of the — Spanish Restaurant Casa Verdugo _ , — - • Will Soon Be Completed. A Lavish Expendi ture of Money Will Make This Resort First of Its Kind in Southern California. Managed by J. R. Brabo, for Pacific Electric Railway Co.