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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1911
THREE ) Farmington, Albuquerque And Gulf Railroad Company Organized at Farmington Four Directors and President and Treasurer to Be Chosen By Albuquerque People; "We have started for Albuquerque and We'll Get There" Is Slogan of San Juan County Boosters Who Are Enthusiastically at Work for Building of Line Which Will Tap Unbounded Resources of Northwestern New Mexico. Frellminry or'gnteation of the Farm InRton, Albuquerque & Gulf railroad has been effected at Farmington and according to the courteous provision made by the San Juan county pro moters of the project. Albuquerque is to have four out of the nine direc tors of the company and is to elect the president and treasurer of the company. The purpose of the organ itatlon is the promotion of the build ing of a railroad between Farmington Mid Albuquerque and the organization In to be permanent The organisation was formed at a meeting held in Farmington Febru ary 24. and official notice of which procetlings has been received by President F. B. Schwentker of the Al buquerque Commercial club from A. M. Edwards of Farmington a mem ber of the board of directors. Presi dent Schwentker has mailed a reply to the communication, advising the Farmington people that a meeting of the Commercial club will be called to take up- the matter at once. Mr. Schwentker has also received a letter from Clerk Walter M. Danburg of the town of Farmington, one of the chief boosters of the proposed line, and who was a member of the re connoitering party which recently made the trip to this city overland following the proposed route of the railroad. In closing Mr. Danburg' letter sn ys: "Our friends at Santa Fe are very anxious to have us take the matter up with them Instead of Albuquer que. They have written to our board of trade and several of our citizens. However, we have started for Albu querque and with good luck we'll get there." Mr. Edwards' letter, inclosing the proceedings of the organization meet ing says in closing: "We propose to follow this matter up vigorously and you will hea from us again soon." So It is quite evident that all the Farmington men mean business from the word go and they are doing everything possible to get the pro ject into concrete shape. The letters all express thorough appreciation of the co-operation and courtesy extend ed by the people of Albuquerque and the San Juan county boosters are re lying on the united aid of the people of Albuquerque in - the enterprise which they have so vigorously launch ed. rnocEEnixos of 'EFJ' TO ORGANIZE RAILROAD. The proceedings of the meeting held In Farmington were as follows: Minutes of an organisation meeting of the board of directors of the Farm ington, Albuquerque Gulf railroad. At a meeting bet in the office of Walter M. Danburg in Farmington, February 24. 1911, there were present W. M. Danburg, F. P. Hall, J. K. Tucker, A. A. Ball. W. A. Hunter, Wil liam Butler, R. W, Hcflln and A. M. Edwards. Upon motion,. W. A. Hunter was elected temporary chairman and A. M. Edwards was elected temporary sec retary of the meeting. Thereupon the chairman stated the object of the meeting to be to form a tentative or ganisation for the promotion of the proposed railroad between Farming ton and Albuquerque. Upon motion, the following resolu tion wes unanimously adopted: "Be it Resolved. That a permanent organization be effected for the Pa nose of the promotion of the build ing of a railroad between Farmington and Albuquerque to be known as the Farmington. Albuquerque & Gulf rail road, the said organisation to be gov erned by a board of nine directors, five to be elected at this meeting and four to be named by a meeting of those Interested In Albuquerque. Thereupon the following were nomi nated as directors from Farmington, ,u. tir r ronhnrir. W. A. Hun ter, a! M. Amsden. A. M. Edwards and P. W. Heflln. Th. Joiner nn further nominations ih VA named were unanimously elected as such directors. Upon motion, the following resolu tion was unanimously adopted: "Be it Resolved, That the officers of this organization consist of a presi dent, vice president, secretary, treas urer and assistant treasurer, and that the president and treasurer be select ed by the Albuquerque directors and that the other officers be elected at thin meeting." W. A. Hunter ws nominated for vice president and there being no further nominations, he was unanimously elected to that office. A. M. Edwards was thereupon nomi nated as secretary and there being no other nominations, he was unanimous ly elected. A. M. Amsden was nominated for assistant treasurer, and there being no further nominations, he wns unani mously elected to that position. The secretary was Instructed to notify the president of the Commerci al club of Albuquerque f the action taken at this meeting. Thereupon the meeting adjourned subject to the call of the vice presi dent. A. M. Edwards. Sec'y. AI.SO AI.nCQrF.RQTK ROOSTKRS RAYS FARMINGTON' Bl'NCII. The following letter to the Com mercial club from the secretary of the Farmington board of trade shows how enthusiastic they are over condi tions In San Juan county: Farmington. N. M., Feb. 22, 1811. Commercial Club, Albuquerque. C.pnilonipn- The Furmlnirton board of trade wishes to thank you and the press of your progressive city for the most courteous treatment accoraeu our representatives, W. M. Danburg and F. L. Hall, on their recent visit to Albuquerque in the interest of the proposed railroad to connect our city with yours. They speak most highly of the splendid treatment at your hands. Words fail to express the ap preciation of favors extended and; of words and deeds of cheer and en couragement Farmington has receiv ed from AlhunuerauA in this matter as well as in other matters pertain ing to the welfare of tne rarmingtou country. The resolution adopted and the en thusiasm shown by your body, togeth er with the favorable and continual boosting of the Farmington country, so freely Indulged in by the progres sive newspapers of your city has giv en the people up this way a great deal of encouragement and caused us to feel more than ever before, the ties of friendship and brotherly love that has always been so strong between Albuquerque and Farmington. With the interest taken in this matter and the determination both towns are showing, we hope to be more closely united In the near future, when we are bound together by ribbons of steel. There Is not the least question but that the Farmington to Albuquerque railroad will be built. The railroad will mean the develop ment of an Immense country lying northwest of your town and no doubt several good towns will spring up along the line. The railroad will mean the development and settlement of thousands of acres of the choicest land In the west and the opening up o wonderful natural resources that will pour out untold wealth. It will mean much for the entire southwest, but Albuquerque and Farmington will prosper most. To Farmington It means the much needed outlet for our nroduets. and to Albuquerque, it means the making of one of the biggest and best cities in the entire country. It will be a proud day for Farmington and In fact all New Mexico when Albuquerque passes the 50,000 mark and we hope that day Is not far distant, we are all Albu querque boosters up this way, as well as Farmington boosters. Thi. a Bnlnsr to be ft prosperous yeaf for Farmington.- Contracts have been awarded for three large canals that will irrigate land north, soutn and east of Farmington. To the west the reservation Is being Irrigated ty a ditch started last year, which will Irrigate severaMhousand acres. Farm ington Is going to vote 150,000 water works bonds this year. We will also imnroved electrical service, plans of which have not yet been definitely decided upon. Several new store buildings are to be erected In the spring and new residences are being erected all over town and throughout the three valleys leading to Farming ton. Everything looks good to us and with the railroad built we could not ask for more but we will, and any thing we go after we will get, too. Again thanking you for your abia assistance I remain, Yours for the railroad, L. P. Kennedy, Secretary Farmington Board of Trade, MVE BOARD OF TRADE IS PUSHING THINGS ALOXG. The Farmington Enterprise says of recent meeting of the board of trade: The executive committee of th hnnnt of trade held a very enthusl astlc meeting on Tuesday night of thl week at which several important que tlons relative to the welfare of Farf Ington were thoroughly discussed. Te one which Is arousing the most inv est here at the present time of cofse Is the proposed railroad between ;hls place and Albuquerque. Messrs. la" and Danburg, who recently m.Je a reconnolterlng trip over the terltory between the two places, made re port and stated that the pede of Albuquerque were for the ro Koi and strong and would co-open with us to the fullest extent poss'- Another question discussed""" m advisability of attempting to et Uncle Sam to operate a rural roi out of FarmlnKton. The secretar in truded to confer with ostmaster Fay and see what could e none in this regard. . . . . As It would be imposB"e ' m rural route unless we nave neuer roads, this subject also' P discussion and it was hled to got busy and see what can done alons this line. At another " will be held tonight a'ommlttee will be appointed to takarge - of this mutter. It is planne Z end in vfew of Wing the county . Anageable road Ek.' ThH-ebenev,, that we can get the ro-r" " .. ..n the good roads l ona government- -movement. In ot'r localities the de partment of agrl""1 " ,l pert, to build a , " " with the materl available and they Sprinf Medicine There is no"61" elll!on wnen m11 cine Is so uen "eAled as In the nrln vhfil& Impure and Im poverished" condition Indicated by Sfmnles Tb nl otnpr "uptlons on JhTface a. body.Ay deficient vitality, loss df aD. laf k of "trength. The be-PHng medicine, according to the erlence and testimony of thousand""11 ... Hoo sSarsaparilla t n,fles and enriches the blood, .'.'Options, builds up the system, rt tod" ,n Ul,ual "quid form or ch(Kd t'eW awn Sarsatubs. Anywhere No matter where you go,. Pabst Blue Ribbon is always available, East, West, North or South. It's fine, mellow flavor, sparkle and smoothness and its unques tioned high quality and purity have created for it a demand which has carried it into the farthest and most remote corner of .the world. Pabst BlueRibbon Tie Beer of Quality is drunk by many simply because they enjoy it as a beverage and appreciate its smoothness and flavor. Many other drink it for their health's sake, because of its beneficial effect on appetite, digestion and nervous system. Made and Bottled Only by Pabst at Milwaukee You can get Pabst Blue Rib bon in all high class cafes, hotels and restaurants, on all dining cars and steamships, in all winter and summer resorts and right at home by phoning to The Meyers Co., Inc. 116-118 West Silver Avenue TEL. 12S , can probably be persuaded to do so here. The board of trade will also take up the matter of forming an exhibits Company to secure the very nest proa iicts of our soil for exhibit at the varl- ous fruit fairs this fall. This work should be commenced In the near fu ture so that we can lufve representa tive exhibits wherever possible. The board of trade is a live one and is doing more toward advertising Farmington than any organization in the history of the town. A. M. Edwards who recently returned from Santa Fe, eays that everywhere he stopped he found people talking of the newly awakened spirit of boosting which is prevalent here at the present time. We must keep It up, and to that end we need the help and co-operation of every citizen. If you are not a mem ber of the board of trade you should join t once and help boost. SUBSCRIBERS' IE CLIMAX'TODAY Intense Interest in Forthcoming Powerful Play Assures Seats for Saturday Night Will Be at a Premium, This morning at Matson's the scot sale to "The Climax," which appear at the Elks' theater next Saturdaj night, will be thrown open to sub scribers and tomorrow the sale will be open to the general public. This Is heralded as one of the strongest at tractions of the year and the Interest in it is widespread. "The Climax," a 3-act comedy drama by Edward Locke, has been produced by Joseph M. Weber and Is said to be an attraction that is really worth while. It comes with the ear marks of success, having made a most emphatic hit at Weber's theater. New York. IU author is a young Ameri can with fresh ideas, and it Is said he has supplied his offering with new timber. The story has bpen told In straight forward way and has made a strong hit for first place by reason of its simplicity. Love and ambition, gentle Intrigue, pathos and humor, are dominating notes in an unassum ing tale of throe people with the artistic temperment and one person contrarlly endowed. The Hiiaw Man." In "The Squaw Man,'1 which comes to the Elks' theater March 6 ona finds a play of the west replete with typas and characters of that region, and with a spice of novelty that Is far too Infrrquput upon the stage. Strangely enough, for that is true, a drama that touches on the teeming strenuoslty of the Wyoming territory, there Is little of the swashbuckling element In the play. While there is a bad man and a sheriff, and several cow-punchers, one misses the rlp-roarlng terrifying clash of personalitlei that Is expected In a western play. In fart, there is no hint of coarse ruffianism so often to he found in plays of this descrip tion, and whllq the emotions are stlrrwd by many moving climaxes, these are safely sidetracked In an artistic manner by the dramatist until they satisfy the sense without shock Ing the nerves. no SESSIONSTHiS Many Delegates Arrive to At tend Fourteenth Annual Con vention of New Mexico Union at Presbyterian Church. The New Mexico Union of the Toung People's Society of Christian En deavor opens Its fourteenth annual meeting this morning in the Presby terian church, and some fifteen to twenty delegates will be In attend ance. The delegates will represent all the strongest Christian Endeavor societies In the territory and the re ports of the officers are expected to ahow a flattering Increase In the numerical strength and the useful ness of the Endeavorers In the past year In New Mexico. The local societies have made elab orate preparations to give the dele gates the typical Albuquerque wel come and to see that the convention is a success. The meeting lasts for Just two days and the church will be crowded at every session. The delegates commenced to arrive last night and more of them will put In their appearance this morning. Today's program is as follows: Morning; Session, 9:00. Registration of all delegates. Reports of territorial officers. 9:30. Praise service, led by W. II. Llthgow. Reports of societies. Appointment of committees. Symposium. "How to Develop Christian Endeavor." Prayer meeting committee, delegate from Santa Fe. Lookout committee, delegate from Demlng. Social committee, delegate from Mesllla Park. Missionary committee, Mrs. Linus Shields, Jcmez. Song. Afternoon Session. 2:00. Praise service, led by F. C. Keefer. Address, Rev. Hugh C. Cooper. Selection, Miss Margaret Franklin. Address, "Personal Influence," J. C. Rose, superintendent Menaul school. 4:00. Union and Intermediate rally, led by Karl Lehmann, Inter state secretary. Kvenlng Koswlon. 6:30. -Banquet. Address of welcome on behalf of the klty, Mayor J. W. of the C. JE societies, Rev. R, B. Tolbert. Response, C. E. Llnney", presi dent C. E. Union. Selection, Mrs. C. A. Frank. Address, Karl Lehmann. Selection, Mrs. Hugh J. Collins Workers' Conference and Ques tion Box. (Endeavorers. this Is your chance to get valua ble Information. Get busy.) Reading, MissJanet ,11111. Song, "Onward, Christian Sol diers." Officers yew Mexico Christian Fji dcavor I'nioii. President, C. E. Llnney, Santa Fe. Vice president, Ernest D. Reynolds, Raton. Vice president, Arthur J. Stevens, Roswcll. Secretary treasurer, Arthur E. P. Robinson, Santa Fe. Local Executive Committor. Miss Katie Clapperton, chairman; Harry . Shelton, chairman finance committee: Miss Mae McKendrlck, chairman social committee; MIhs Florence Fox, chairman entertain ment committee; "Miss Ada VuuKhn. chairman music committee; H. S. Llthgow, chairman advertising com mittee. CANADIAN ROAD TO PUT TOWNS ON MAP Winnipeg, Man., March 1. The Canadian Pacific railway will start fifty towns this nprlng on branch lines completed lust fall. Last year forty were placed on the map. Many of these new centers are In Southern Saskatchewan and Southern Allvrta, few miles north of the boundary line. During the last few years, condi tion In all lines of busino8s, even pro fessional life, have changed so com pletely that every man Is waking up to the fact that In order to win suc cess he must spei lnlize and learn to do some one thing and do It well. Ho It Is with any article that Is sold to the people. Jt must have genuine merit or no amount of advertising will maintain the demand for the articlo. For many years we have watched with much interest the remarkable record maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great Kidney, Liver and bladder Remedy. From the very beginning the proprietors had so much confidence In It that they In vited every one to test It, frerj of cost, before purchasing. It's a physician's prescription. They have on file thousands of let ters re-elved from former sufferers who are now enjoying good health as a result of its use. However, If you wish first to tr sample bottle, address Dr. Kilmer A Co., Rlnghamton, N. Y and men tion this paper. They will giaflly for ward you a sample bottle by mall, ab solutely free. Regular sixes for sale at nil drug gists fifty-cent and one-dollar. if! HOI' TO SUCCEED The NEAL TREATMENT for ALCOHOLISM Ii doing: more good in the worlil today than all else ever brought out for the cure of the "liquor habit" anil drug; addictions. It is alxnit The Only Cure That will entirely neutralize and eliminate from the system all trace of alcoholic jxison and render the thinker absolutely free from appetite, craving or desire for alcoholic leverages of any kind It is given , ,- i .jttu AlUMilULit Without Hypodermic Injedtion The mental and physical condition of the patient is made better and nil bodily functions are improved. The Original Neal Three Day Cure Is known in every English speaking country. Thousands have been brought back from the verge of destruction anil their daily lives as "men among men" in the community give con stant testimony of the efficacy of the NKAL TRKATMUXT. Literature and full information furnished upon application and all questions will be cheerfully answered. , . t ilia 144 &L.$ ' AlX.i? NEAL INSTITUTE5' ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. GORGEOUS, G1RLY DELIGHTFUL' Vedict of Capacity Audience Which Cowded Elks' Theater or Last Night's Comedy. It's irliluin. If trvor, you find them together, the time, the place and the girl, an acknowledged truism given the lie In the splendid musical comedy "The Time, The Place and The Olrl,' which happened in Elks' theater last night. It was saucy, smart and gorgeously glrly. And, of course, It was musical Some of the catchiest music of mod ern popular publication, and thnt the audience was familiar with the strains, which have been sung from const to const, only made the musical num bers the more enjoyable. It was Just like meeting an old friend In new and extraordinarily becoming guise, The plot really doesn't matter. though It had complications, Interest ing and amusing. The scene wag laid in the mountains of Virginia, at a big sanitarium. The fun commenced when the guests were quarantined on account of a case of smallpox, taken out of the hotel. And that's how It happened, the time, the place und the girl, were found together. The place couldn't get away, neither would time stay, but the girl had to stay whether she wanted to or not. She didn't mind a bit, either. To return to the music there was no especially fine singer. The voices were all good, however, and each number had Its share of applause, Probably the best bit of singing was, "Itlow the Smoke Away," by Laurie (VernI Taylor) and chorus. The fam mis honeymoon song sung by the fetching widow (Jeanette Patterson), was a favorite and the dancing o( Miss Patterson was especially enjoyed. She Is possessed of the sinuous grace of tlie finished dancer and was re called repeatedly. The fJIrl," played by Gertrude Smyth, was charmingly done and the head nurse was indeed ndorable. Miss Amanda Hendricks Is a clever little actress. Just natural enough to tie pleaxliig. She was bewitching In her role as nurse, and ever more so In even less serious parts. As for the main support, Johnny Iflcks, the gambler George Ebner In real life he was the big noise of the show. Ills work was or a high order and he essnyg a lovable character that walks right Into the hearts of the people, anyhow, Mr. Kiiner, with due apologies to the ladles, was the dis tinct hit of the evening. Other mascu line parts were well taken by C. M. Orlffln as Tom Cunningham, and Tay- or as Farnham. The comedy roles by Theodore Rook, Kid Heed and Jack Anthony were fun-provoking as ntentloned, and received quite a bit if hand music. With the song favorites, "I Don't Like Your Family," "Thursday Is My Jonah Day," "Don't You Tell the others," the fine chorus work and de. Ilghtful scenic effects, It was an nil round ijood show which called Into requisition the "Standing Room Only" sign early In the evening. It was one of the biggest houses of the sesson, The most common cause of Insom nia Is disorders of the stomach. Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets correct these disorders and enable you to sleep. For sale by all dealers. Follow the crowd to the llox Hall Alleys, 220 South Second street. AND ALTOGETHER CALL OR WUITH SPORTS RACE RESULTS At Juarct. Juarex, Tex., March 1. The races were run over a very heavy track at Tcrrazas park today. The public had a bad afternoon, as only two favor ites managed to win. Marjorle A made fe runaway rueo of the third event, winning by twelve lengths. Results: Flrnt race, selling, 4-year-olds and up, 6 1-2 furlongs Georgia Shand won; Sporting Life, s-conU; St. Joe, third. Time, 1:13 4-fi. Second race, selling, 3-year-olds and up, 1 mile Projectile won; Lucky Mose, second; Col. Ilronston, third. Time, 1:51 8-5. Third race,, 8-year-olds, 5 1-2 fur longs Marjiiile A won; Fred Essen, second; Plt-a-l'at, third. Time, 1;J1 4-5. Fourth race, s-lllng, 8-yenr-olds end up, 8 furlongs lllg Stick won; OceRn Queen, second; Halronlu, third. Time, 1:19 3-S. Fifth race, Belling, 4-year-olds and up, 6 1-2 furlongs Captain won; Pedro second; He Knows, John third Time, 1:13. Sixth race, selling, 4-year-oldn and up, 1 mile Light Wool won; 'allan, Time, second; Sir Edward, 1:47 4-5. third. At Tami'ii. Tampa.. Fla., March 1. An attrac tlV3 curd featured by a 2-year-old race over a S-furlong slruh.hlaway and a purse event bringing together a well balanced Held, drew a good sized crowd to the West Tampa track thlB afternoon. Results: First race, about 3 furlongs Calo- thumplan won; Oltrlen, second; Judg Snook, thirl. Time, :33 4-5. Second race, 6 furlongs George Turner won; Merry Helle, second; Rose O'Neill,' third. Time, 1:12 2-5. Third race, 6 furlongs GraiidUillio won; Ike Cohen, second; Ha bo Hlend, third. Time, 1:05 3-5. Fourth race, 1 mile and 70 yiyds Explicit won; H. M. Sabath, sec ond; Octopus, third. Time, 1:54 3-5. Fifth race, 6 1-2 furlongs Golden ptstle won; Aleneon, second; Shaw nee, third. Time, 1:12 4-5. Sixth race, 5 1-2 furlongs 11. J. Swaiinor won; Tom Shaw, second: Getenade, third. Time, 1:13. At Jacksonville. Jacksonville, Fla., March 1. The De Solo selling stake for 2- ear-olds was the feature of the card today, Gold Mine, second choice In the bet ing, winning by a close margin from Duval and Rose of Jeddiih, the odtls- on favorite. Tlin third riire Inoilirht together B good lot of distance runners. Favorites nnd second choices ac counted for the majority of the races. First ruce, 7 furlongs Sin Fran won: O reciin llend, seconii; uuwiei, third. Time, 1:29. Second race, 5 1-2 furlongs old Roy won: Ynca, second; Spin, third. Tlmn, 1:08 2-5. Third race, I mile and a sixt-enin White Wool won; Ablrlan. second; Oxiina, third. Time, 1:48 2-5. Alili-lun finished second, but was placed third for foul. . Fourth race, De Hoo selling stake, 4 furlonas (lolcl Mine won; Duval, second; Rose of Jcddali. third. Time. :4K 3-5. Fifth race, 8 furlongs Lady Irma won; Oakhui't, second; Hylvestrls. third. Time, 1:13 4-6. Sixth race, 1 mile and a lth Parkview won: Abrasion, second; Agner, third. Time, 1:48 8-5. Itnr on I'lght Near Denver. tHMiver, Colo., March 1. District Attorney Morgan of Jefferson cmintv announced this afternoon that the light scheduled to take placo In Edge water, a Denver suburb, on March 7, between Jack Tvvln) Sullivan of Cambridge, Mass., and Johnny, O'Keefe of Denver would not be permitted. SEEKS REINSTATEMENT OF OLDFIELD'S FLYERS Indianapolis, March I. In n tele gram received today from E. A. Mr .ros, former malinger of the India nnpo .lls speedway, he announces that he 'bought the motor racing outfit of I Harney Oldfleld, at Pan Antonio, Tex., today nn(j would nsk the American Automobllo association to reinstate the "Rlltsen" Ilenx, the "Prince Henry" Rent nnd the "Giant" Knox. The cars were disbarred with their owner, after Oldfleld's race with "Jack" Johnson, the heavyweight champion. Morros said Oldfleld would not ask reinstatement. He ndd ed that he purposed racing the curs In the Florida race this month and In the summer meets. Morros also said he will petition the automobile racing authorities to re Instate Hen Klrschncr nnd his Daracr car, formerly of Oldfleld's "Outlaw" team. Connie Mack Itt-lciiM'a Pilclicr. Philadelphia, March 1. Manager Connie Mack announced tonight that he had recused Pitcher Jumes Dy gert to the Baltimore Eastern league club. pitcher Jack Coombs today signed a contract with the local American league teHill for the season uf 1911. Pal Moore Defeats Maloney. New York, March 1. Pal Moore of Philadelphia, who took Tommy Murphy's place in a ten round bout with Tommy Maloney here tonight, easily won the bout. Although Ma loney wag the aggressor, Moore was the cleverer and outpointed the local man. Pntsy Rriiniilgan Worsted. Dayton, o., March 1. Patsy Hran nlgan of Pittsburg, nnd Charles Gold man of New York, fought fifteen rounds to a draw here tonight. The bout was declared a draw but was admittedly In Goldman s favor. SALUTE TO D'AZ FROM AEROPLANE Mexico City, Mex., March 1. Rol and G. Garros, made the most notable flight of the meet here today when he sent a fifty horse-power monoplane to an altitude of 4.000 feet. He was In the air 38 minutes and circled the Cnstlo of Cnpultepec. President Dlas had been notified In advance that, conditions being favor able, the bird man would attempt to salute him as he flew over the city. Garros was fifteen hundred feet In the air when ho nearrd the casths but shut off the motor and glided down close to the roof where the presidenti al nartv was In waiting. Ho dropped a weighted message as he passed. Great Interest in the performance of the aviators In being shown by the Mexican people. Large crowds hava been present each flay of the meet. Mooi WIi Trllsn Revolts, Fex, Morocco, ' March 1. The Chorada tribes Inhabiting the district near Fes have revolted and thrown orf the sultan's authority. A large force headed by the French military mission Is preparing to attack tlm tribesmen. .