B* of the was and mcni- IT ears " fib ABMY AVIATOR, IN LONG FLIGHT ACROSS CONTINENT, WILL BLAZE TRAIL FOR AIR ARGOSIES OF TOMORROW Cftpt Key N. Francis mi plaae in which be will attempt trans-continental . Â· - , -light ' ' Starting probably Monday, the .vaz department plazu a one-stop 1 flight la a Martin bomber from Â· liineola, I*- I, to Sap Francisco. .It ts proposed to Eend the bomber Â·2J50 miles In thirty-two firing Â·hotm, with only one atop, which I will be at North Platte, Neb, 1.502 Â·miles from the sttrtinz point. . iCapt Roy N. Francis and Lieut. Â£dmnnd A. Cluoa will b* thÂ» pilots and tyro or'threc mechanicians will constitute the crew. "The flight across the continent presages an era of civil aerial transport," says a U. S. air acrvxt announcement "It demonstrate* that trips from coast to coast are both practicable and safe, and the prediction is consequently made that within a few years regular .freight and paiscnper service wiH , be maintained atonÂ£ the route laid out by Captain Francis and bis party''