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bk for Infants and Children. Physicians Prescribe Castoria. fAftTORIA h-ts met with pronounced favor on Iho pirt of physicians, ' tilmrnmce.itlcal odctlcsnndmeiliial authorities Ith used by plijsicionj with results most grnl'fyin. Tlio extended tio or I uslori I I unquestionably lho result of throe fact-it 1st, Tho Indisputable evidence tint it is harmless; !iitl, That it not only nllajs stomach p litis and qu"ts the nerves, but assimilates the food; ftril. It is 1,11 agreeable and pcrfecteubstltutc forcastoroll. It Is absolutely safe. It dors not contain any opium, morphino or oilier narcotla nnil docs not rtupefy. It Is unlike Soothing Sjrups, llatcmnn's Drops Gudfrej's Cordial, etc This Is a good deal for a medical journal to sty. Our duty, however, Is to expose rlangcrnnd record tho me-ins of alvnncing heiilth. Tho diy for polonlnir Inno cent children through greed or Ignorunco o iglit to t nd. To o ir knmi ledge, Cm 0 Is a remedy width produces composure nn i ueillh, by Mrululinic tlm tem not by stupefying it and our readers are ulilled l- tlio liil-rmulloii. iimfi Journal of Ucallh. Tho iBnnturo of dU& ' ci Tier Cwtorlt lUnda flm In il cli Inliijl t, t) rrara p( practice I on nr 1 uoiff hare louu.l , njttlog Ult eo ttlltd Mm place VT ilium Oilxoht. M D , Cleveland, Ohio. " I kT nwt jonr Caitorla In the cawnf mr own bitty and find It plctf tot to late, and hero otttlnut excellent rail. from In on " S. A. Dccmios, M D , l'lilhvlelihL.r. " I take plcMnrv In recommending jnnr CaMml. barliig rff omnirndfd It ue In roiifty inntann , And cnntldrr It the bret laxative that maid tx need, cepeclallj for cblidrrn NiTnlKiii. K. Kiss, D D,EL Inls, Mo. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria. In Use For Over 30 Years. WBmssosiSiRsatm NOTHING more will be done in regard to 1 ' building additions to the Moana Hotel until the result of this prohibition agitation is decided. Prohibition is a mistaRe for this country and will hurt our prosperity. The present liquor law is a good one and is entitled to the support of the people. Let them have higher license if' they want it. In my opinion, prohibition is wrong. Tourists do not want to be tied down by any such piece of legislation as a prohibition law. 'I hey won't come and that is all there is to it. ARCHIBALD YOUNG THE ORIGINAL ANP GENUINE Horlicks Malted Milk is tue most delicious, nourishinjj food-drink known for the an.umic, the debilitated and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and vitalizing. It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain, In powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere. Sample! free to Phyilclani and Drugftiti. At all Druggists. HORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Raclni, Wit., U. S. A, Yosemite Valley (WEN ALL YEAR The Scenic Attraction of California A vnlley of grout beauty and grandeur, uniqno In iti aiscmblttncc of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaki, and the number of its stupendous waterfalls. Now Reached by Rai! A QuicK, Comfortable Trip Daily train service from Merced to the Tark Line, con nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Ganta Fo. 0 W. LE1IMEK. Traflio Manager. Y. V It It . Merced, Cal. We have just received from the S. S. Wilhelmina- a Splendid Line made up of Best Qualities in EMBROIDERIES nd LACES They are nil well-made, handsomely-finished, strictly high-grade goods ALL AT 5o AND 10c A YARD Come early and pick the best patterns. The Yat Hing Store HOTEL BETWEEN DETHEI. AND TOKT STREETS r"tlIno it I I I i I m i 'out It an If 1 1 vy mi l ami it-Irate rtrri m piactic.lc.r Ulb )tlr, '1 t fmni IlteMtrMVljl." It J Tin. SI. I) , LrwAljn, Jf . V HX Cod your Ca-torla to l-o a atandird fam'Ij remedy. It is the bt tb ne; for Infant and chll dttn 1 haee crer known aud I recommend It. K. K. KtKlUMOX, St 1) , Omaha, Nch. "IUtIde daring tho paat U ye an pre acrlbod yoor f artoria for infantile ttomarh dleordere, I mot hrirtltr mmnvnd Ita tieo. The formula eontalne nutMngdttcterloaa to the moatdrllcateof children. J. II. Elliott, M. 1)., lew TwtClir. and the dyspeptic. So easily mrnr 1r Plans On Foot To Make Island Permanent Forest Tract In order-that tlio lelnnd of Knlio oliiuo mti) liccotno of kcmiio use and t lint It inn) be naed fiom tutul ob lltuuitlon, ubkli Id fast going on, It will lio ret npart a forest ri"(ore, n te to ttila cfTec.t being pitted at the meeting of the Hoard of Agrl culture mid 1'oreatr) tlila morning Kiilioolawo tins for man )c" been lined nn a uingc, and on ac intuit of being oxcrslocKcd, cery thing cdiblo upon It has been marly iIuiioIIhIiu!. The Inland at present l under ietibe In i:ben 1. Low, and when thin lease, rutin out, on January 1, 1913, no Idea of Its renewal will bo con ulilcred At that time all stock which .Mr Low wants ho will take away mill tlio goats and other animals which arc of no use will bo dc strojed I Tho report of Ilalpli S. Mourner, ttiperlntenilent of forestry, on the condition of tlio Island and what might bo done with It as n forest reserve, follows: "As the result of long jcars of tner-Motklng, Kiilioolawo has become locnll n name practically nj nonu nions with desolation and waste. The object of declaring tho Island a for est rcpenc Is to put it In n post tlon where, upon the expiration of the existing lease, effective steps could he tnken toward its rcclama tlon It Is true, that to bring back it cover of vcgotiflfon over the whole Island would require a long tlmo and J a considerable outlay of money. Hut not a llttlo toward saving what re- ' niiilns can bo accomplished through the complete removal of the livestock now on tlio Island, to that what vegetation there Is may be given a rhunrc. This could be dono at small cost. More cliihornte plans can wait. "Admlulstrutlvclv, the reclamation of Knhoolawe can best be accom plished If the Island Is In the con trol ot me urancn ui mo icrruuiiui government that Is equipped to un dertake such work the Hoard of Ag riculture and Forestry. It Is for this reason, mid alto that the public, may know definitely the Intentions of the government In regard to this piece of public laud, that it Is proposed tp set Kjhoolavve apart as a forest re serve. Tlio proposal Is made at this time at the suggestion and request of the Governor. "Description of the Island. "Knhoolawe Is the smallest of the eight Inhabited Islands making up tho Hawaiian group. It lies to the southwest of Maul, about eight mtler dlstuut The Inland Is roughly about ton miles loyg liv from tvvo to seven miles broad; Its urea Is 28,260 acres Tho highest point Is toward the cast end, l'liu Kahoolawe, elevation, 1427 feet. Kiilioolawo Is visited by but few persons. W'ljcn one does go, the trip Is usually mado by whaleboat ti gacollno launch from l.nhulna "The Island of Kahoolawe consist!, of one government land, at picsen under all expiring lease held by Mr. Uben I. Low, that runs out on Janu ury 1, 1913. This lease was for merly held bj Mr. C. C. Cotiradt, now of l'ukoo, Motokal, and was trans fcrrcd b Mm to Mr. Low ay few 5 cars since. Trior to that time the Island had passed through man) hands. It hus been used contlnu ottsly for many jcars for tho graz ing of cattle, and especially of sheep A great part of the time It has been badly overstocked, a condition which has resulted In tho destruction of the 'prlglnul cover of vegetation, follow ed by erosion unit the loss of large quantities of vuluabln soil, much of which has literally been blown nwaj to sen by the strong ttade wlndB. "It Is said by those who knew the island In former times that there used lo be considerable forest on the' higher land aud a good cover of na live grabscs over the rest ot the Is land Iti recent vcurs boll denuda tlon has gone on bo rapidly that now largo areas have been eroded down to hard pan. These areas are con stantly Increasing in size, and It li much to be feared that unless, tin process la checked within a compara lively short time, by far the largei part of the Islaud will be reduced to a llki) condition In mani placet are tojio seen tall column of soil protected by a lilt of turf. These show the original depth of the soil and serve its an Index of the great quantity that has been lost. "In a few of tho more sheltered gulchca are scattering algaroba trees aud elcewhere on the Island are re mains of the oldtlnie growth lie lleved of tho constant cropping of sheep, the oung plants (rum thrtf trees would help in biluglng back better conditions. "Reasons for Reclaiming Kahoolawe "On general principles It Is evl dent that in a community believing In conservation, such waste as is now going on on un lelaud that was for nierl) as productive as was Kahoo lawe, ought to be stopped. As ero sion continues, tho island becomes of less and less value to the people of the Terrltor), whorens, were Kahoo lawe to be effectively reclaimed, It could In time again be made to be n valuable asset, Personally I am not In favor of .any larfte expend) lure oil Kahoolawe under the finan cial conditions that now obtain In Hawaii. There are a considerable number of localities throughout tho Territory that deserve and should re. ccWc attention before the very lim ited funds at the disposal of tho local government are drawn tion fon Kahoolawe, except tlio comparative!) small sum that mil) be needed to rid the Island of 7Tiilinals that are not removed by the lessee at the ex piration of the present lease. Hut I do distinct!) believe that tho Island should be definite) withdrawn from tho list of lands subject to lease and put Into a class where, If the tlmo does enmo when thoro are funds from tiny sourco that may appropri ately bo ufed for'such work, moro active steps tovvnrds Its reclamation could at once be undertaken. This I believe can best be dono by making Knhoolawo a forest reserve. And this Is (he main object of tho pro posal that it be so set apart. "A Subsidiary Argument. "Along with this main reason why Kahoolawe should bo reclaimed there Is a subsidiary claim that at least deserves mention. This Is thnt nu opportunlt) Is afforded In tho recla mation of Kahoolawe to sccuro data of great scientific Interest In regard to the much-mooted question of the Influence of a cover of vegetation, In producing rainfall. There Is much verbal testimony (but, unfortunntcly, few If any reliable Instrumental rec ords) that In former du)s, say 2& )car ago and before, there were many light drifting showers nt the outh end of Kast Mnul, at Ulupala kua, which originated over Kahoo lawo and drifted across the channel with tho 'llaulu' breeze. In recent )ears thcro Is said to have been a pcrccptlblo diminution of these light rains, which In that dry district were ot groat value. This chango Is at tributed to the destruction ot the covor of vegetation on Kiilioolawo. VVhethor this is true or not, no man can positively say, but there soenu enough rcusou for Us being so to Justify soino expenditure In tho way of restoring formor conditions, pro vided that .money for the experiment could be dra,wn from tome sp'cclal fundi not now In sight. "Under tho peculiar conditions of climate obtaining In Hawaii, due to the. situation or thq Islands In the trnde.wlnd belt, it often happens that the several factors Influencing precip itation are balancod with such ex treme delicacy thnt a very slight, al teration in n.ny one Is enough to set aft farrrcicblng changes, Kahoo lawe Is dpcldcdl) a case In point Here the problems can be studied al most us In a laboratory for here If an) where can human Interference ex ercise un Influence over one or mure of tho natural factors. Careful mo teorologlcal records, kept for u Ions series of )curs, are an essential part of such a study. It would not be an easy thing to do well. Hut tho op portunlt) Is nn unusual one. Its possibilities should not be overlooked. "The results lo be obtained from uch an experiment may teem too re liote from pinitltal application to Justlf) the required outlay to carry the work .out properly as It should bo done. Hut considered strict!) from the standpoint of reclaiming the island, that It may some time be (nit to n better use than is now pou tlble. If Kahoolawe Is definitely set apart, even though nothing more is lone for some )earu than completely lo remove the stock now thereon, the 'ondltlon of the Island can not but Improve. FurtheY, If set apart as a forest reservo It will be ready for whatever other program of Improve ment may in the future teem desir able, "Should the artificial restoration ill vegetation ou Kahoolawe come luter to bo undertaken, It should be is the result ot a comprehensive and 3)6teniatlc study of the problem, em bodied In a detailed plau for plant ing. It Is unnecessary to discuss the matter hero further than to ea) igaln that the first step In any plan much necessarily be the total re moval from tho Island of nil cattle, ihcep and goats. The reclamation of Kahoolawe will be anything but an easy task, but I believe it Is po3 ilblo "Recommendation, ' For the reasons given above I do therefore now recommend that the entire Island of Kahoolawe, In the County of Maui, Territory of Ha wail, be Bet apart as n forest re serve to be called tho 'Kahootawo Forest Iteserve ' "If the Hoard of Agriculture and Forestry approves this proposal, I would suggest that the members bo signify and that the board request the Governor to call nnd hold the re quired hearings, and thereafter to tot apart this Islaud as the Kahoo lawe Forest Iteserve" EXPOSURE TO COLD md wet Is the first step to Pnoumo nla Take Perry Davis' Painkiller and tho danger Is averted. Uncqualed for colds, sore throat, quinsy. :5c.35c and tOc. Vessels At Honolulu Are Visited and Vegetables Examined The Staff of Division of Ihitomologv has bepn doing regular Inspection wprk during tlio past month as usual and Iho largo number of vessel arriv ing at llohohilii and Illlo have been Inspected for products brought Into the Tcriltory. Of 32 vrsso's boarded at Honolulu, fruit, plants nnd vegetables were, found on 19. Tho usual euro was tak en In tho rigid Inspection and tho following disposal mado: Passed as free from pests: 915 lots, H32S parcels. Fumigated before releasing: 8 lots, 10 parcels. ! Hurtled: 11 lots, inrcpH. Total Inspected; 031 lots, 14,353 purccls , Peitt Intercepted. In a small lot of ferns from New Zealand were found quite a number of caterpillars among tho niom packing belonging to tho Tlnedao, the ferns wcro not oaten b) the pest nnd Jbe caterpillars wcro feeding on the moss and rcfnse'of Iho shipment. Several lots of bmall palms from tho Kastern Slates slightly infested with Scnlo Insects arrived by mall and wcro first fumigated before re leasing. ,iai. , " In tho bnggago of tho Chinese tmm' grand some sweet potatoes Infcstel with tho sweet polnto botcr, were found nnd wcro dclrdcif Thl Vet Is already well cstaulliOiccl In Uio Islands ' t At tho port of HIJo ,1)10 following report of Inspection was received. Seven vessels wore boarded'and tho total of 105 lots containing-1.0S0 par cels wero cxnmltmd.- Nothing con taming Insect pests or rungl was found. In tho futuro tho Inspector will glvo a more Itemized account of the work, as It Is most Important to know Just what fruits nnd vegetables aro being shipped tuto the countr) Two BccdllngH of parasites have been received from Mr. J. P, Haum' bcrgor.'who Is collecting for our Dlvt Man Id' California. Thcro aro hopes that these parasites will help reduce tho ravagca of too cocoanut leaf row cr and oilier caterpillars infesting some of tho truck crops of the 1st amis. Tho oiio speclos of l'lmpla In the Islands Is doing excellent work In tho reduction of caterpillars and more kliccleR will naturally gieatly add to the efficiency ot tlio work of those already hero. PLAY RUGBY (Continued from Pace 7.) wero giving tho Sydney studeuts a hot timo ot it, and had scored first blood, much lo their satisfaction Cerf got it nusty Hick op the leg Just before the whistle., went, and in response to tin lnnulr),,ii minute or two later, icmarkcd, "8a, it'll be alright; Just Bote for. u. llttlo while, and this wlilte he was buckling in on a line out. Second Half. The Americans uow had to play against the wind. Their full bapk put his foot to the hall, quite an Irregular "klck'ort" from the Aui trallan point of vlewa and then from half-way, Just ub the 8)dney ineti got going, Kern, a visiting three quarter, Intercepted finely, but the soft ground beat him, and as ho stumbled ho was tackled. Swartz, Cheda and Horton next did n splen did bit ot dribbling, und they ended up limlde the S)dnoy 25 by Horton smartly marking. From a dldlcult position II row no kicked u goal, which brought down the house. America, 0; Sydney, nil. The local students now cstno very hard, and duty an offside pass to Kenny baved a score. The 8)dnc')J.Jrj(enkcpt up the at Ltack, but the swift and deadly tack- llnc'of theTniikeea VentilKd them on three or four occasions w'heu ecor- Intr seenied falflvt feasftfr s, At last the llatT alibi from McLen nan to Kell), to. Pockley, right op the visitors' line, and the lastuamed fell 'aerobe vVlthTaifAtiierlcaBjeillnK Ihrf .tt. hlraj HiwWtheJvy'y-khort and fast rpussfcs : that beat Jlo visit ora this time. Stafford added tlio extra points. ,. , J America, 6; Sydney? C.,' Cerf, the Yankee captain, whose recemblauce to Messenger was re marked upon, was still limping from the effects of the kick he got, and was unable to do a great deal for his sldp now Hardy got offside, and McLennan, depending upon the wind to help him, had a long shot at goal, but it was a miserable one. The heavy Amerlcun forwards, es pecially Cheda, were giving the local men a heap o( work to keep them back, but dually, (row a scrum at CALIFQRNIANS tho American 25, the Sydney three-' quarters got moving, and only a timely kick by"Valls 'slaved off a very nasty attack. The S)dney students adopted the old tactics of scrowlng the scrum In their opponents' 25 In the hope ot snoring, and It looked like coming oil several times, Martin got off side when they were at tho Yankee 2,"i, nnd the vsl(ors were relieved from the pressure for a while. When In itlcht corners their attemnts tn find tho line wore often vory boo'. Martin again broke awn), an a must have got his Bide over the vis itors' llntbttt Allen Intercepted the last pass. The next moment, how ever, the bull shot acroxs the thrco tho three Sydney quarters, and Kenny, outpacing the opposing full, back, raced in rtt the smokers' stnnd corner. McLcnnnn added a fine goal. Sydnoy, 10; America, C. Hrowne, the Yankee full-back, now raised cheers by runnfng up after taking a long kick, nnd fpollng three S)dncy men badly, getting In Ills kick. A low tackle by any of the three might ha'vo ended his capers. Play now reached the' visitors' lino through Ilrowne being slow at whipping up the ball, but In the midst ot a S)dney three-quarter rush Kern Intercepted, and raced off grandly down the field, Bhaklng off a local man, who tackled him hard, and reached halNway boforo Bending It on to Cerf, to Swartz, to Leavltt, Who was crasscd right near tho homo line, nnd rouslnc filters erected this fine rush by tho Yaukcps. They came again, ,buL were ropcllcd, Tho local men, however, charged back to the visitors' 25, nnd here, while tho Yankees were defending, the ball caino buck to Martin, who had a clear space, and dropped a beautiful goal. S)dney, 14; America, 6. After tho Americans had forced hecauso Drowno preferred to let the ball roll across tho line, tho Sydney scholars broke away from a line-out, nnd the rush ended In Motcalfo rac ing In In tho smokers' Btand corner, McLcnnan's kl4k"Avus 'a 'very poor one, and (ho full-time' whistle" sound cd wllhUho score: ' S)dtie), 17; America, 6, ' - - annnnnnnRnnnn a, a n k g: SPORTS CttttttHBMHMttttHHtlttHatl KEEN OiOIIT ML ' .! kept Fon mm Ocean Racers Expected to Be Sight ed on Saturday or Sunday Whistle Signals to Be Given. Within seventy-two hours or bo tho lookout at Diamond Head should night the leading boat in the trans-Paclflc race. At least that is tho opinion of people who think that tho course should be covered In fourteen days Arrungementa hnvo been mado for four blasts of tho whistle when the first ot the yachts Is sighted; It the Hawaii leads, thrco more blasts will bo given. If tho Sweetheart ia lead ing two whlstlo will be given, nnd should It be the Mollllou, there will bo only one toot after tho four blastB Might enthusiastic young .members of the Hawaii Yacht Club havo ar ranged to keep watch at Diamond Head, and eager eyes will scan the ocean day and night till tbe boats ,i'ru sighted. Many .people, think that the yachts will take more than fourteen days to make the voyage down, but, on the other hand, well Informed yachting men consider that on Saturday the first boat may bo sighted and that it will bo the Hawaii Is the fervent hope. of all good Honolulu folk. PLENTY OF TENNIS ON TIP DM AM Wall and Hall Cups to Be Flayed For Many' Entries Expected for Both Tournaments. There will be vlenty of tenuis In tbe near future and two big tourna ments wll soon bo under way The Wall Cup contest la to start on August 1, and tbe Hall cup will be played for; later on In the month, The Wall cup Is attracting the nitentlou o( a big bunch of, players and jthe play uliould ha. very Interesting this time. Tho Hall cup, like the Wall trophy, has to be wou throe times by u man boforo It becomes his property The preliminary games will be played on several courts and the finals ou the Beretanla Word of Mrs Coulter's doings on the mainland should come through PILES CURED IN 0 TO 14 DAYS. PAZO OINTMENT b guaranteed to cure any case of .Itching, Blind, Weeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 1 4 days or money refunded, Made by PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis, U.S. of A. ' FORESTRY fflllffl is mm, V Division Continues lrcc Distribution And Planting- The Division of Forestry of the De partment of Agrlculturo Is doing something nil tho tlmo although In a quiet way toward reforesting areas In tho Territory and conserving thu, ' present forest, A During tho past month a consider able amount of work has been accom plished In planting trees and distri buting them to different parts ot the Territory, as well as erecting fcticoa and doing botanical exploration on Hawaii. Planting Plan for Molokat Ranch, Uascd on tho study mado on the ground during a trip to Molokal lit May, Mr. Hosmer spentt sonic tlmo this month in preparing a comprehen sive report outlining a general schemo for forest planting on tho lands own ed by tho Molokal Ilanch Company. This work was dono at tho request ot tho itanctr Company under tho stan'dlng offer ot assistance to Ire? planters mado by the Division of For estry. It Is oxpected thnt tho Com pany wilt begin actual work In treo planting next winter. Owing to a setback In tho growth ot tho seedlings, duo to a spell of wet f weather bonio weeks ago, tho shlt ment of trees for tho planting of Wa ter Ilcscrvo C, at Pupnkca, has been temporarily discontinued. Some 10, 000 trees aro being got ready for this placo howovcr, and will bo sent down at tho ond of this month. During May and tho first part ot Juno several shipments of seedlings wvro made from tho Government Nursery to Vari ous persons and corporations; In all about 27,000 trcos have been sent out slnte-Mny 1, 1910, Delay Can be avoided In., obtaining trees from the Government Nursery If persons or "corporations desiring to obtain Boedlingiiwlll submit a memor andum1 of -what they want a few months prior to tho ditto,, thn trees aro desired. As soedllugB, In. the Nur sery keep on growing 'aud soon get to n bIzo too largo to hot successfully handled, It Is Impracticable ,o keep . largo numbers constantly on hand. f It takes from two to four months to grow most of tho Eucalyptus frcjtu seed to n slio sultahlo-for plaqtlDK. Tho Division of Fotostry staff .would de cidedly appreciate having advance no tlco of probable demands, , A New Forest Reserve. Following a public bearing on Juno 13; Acting Governor Mott Smith on tho same day signed a proclamation creating a small forest reserve In tho District of Hamakua. Island of Ha waii, a portion of tho government land of Ilauola, some beven acres on tho edge of tho bluff abovo the sea The object of this little reserve, which Is called tho Ilauola Forest Reserve, is to mako possible better care than could otherwise be given to a shelter belt of Ironwood trees that protoctt-. the good agricultural land behind. Forest Fence at Pupukea. Ono of tho forest fences at Pupukea j that on the Wnlmea boundary has now been comploted and tho other Is In process of construction. Botanical Exploration. Since May 13, Mr. J. F. Hock, tho Hotanlst of tho Division of Forestry has been In the Kohala District on Island of Hawaii, collecting herbarium material in tho native forest, weeds nnd other plantB on. tho ranches anl gathnlng data In general In regard (o plants now growing ou the Islands. On the Slopes of Mauna Kca, along the ditches on the windward side of the Kohala Mountain, and In the pad docks of the Parker Ilanch ho haa got many valuahlo specimens Mr. Rock oxpectB to return to Honolulu nt the end of June. nrinttnnuttnnnnttttttttttit soon, and all Hawaii Is anxious to know how she Is showing up in prac tice That the lady champion of Ha waii will do fairly well In tho ordin ary tournament Is oxpected by Hono- 4 lulu people, hut even the most ardent Bupportora of Mrs. Coulter cannot give her a chance against May Sutton or Hazel Hotcbklss )ttt it DOTS AND..DASHE3. Bam Hop has a rival as a poet now-a-days and tb'a latest aspjrant for hon ors resides at Walpahu '"An Ode to Jack' Johnson'.' ia jbetltle ,of some verso that reached the lluiletiX this morning. Owing to latk of space the poem, canuot.be printed In full; liQweyerva( (evr Jfnts are? $Yen a3 a 'warning- 'to other' would-htl JtlPllngs. "Oh! Mr. Johnson Champion of the game. , , Dy beating Jeffries, you've acquired great fame '. No King, no Kmperor, or' President Could on Jim Jeffries, ever made, a J dent." The Fifth Cavalry and the Fort Shatter lads are going to have a track meet In the near future, and a good day's sport is assured. Gold and sil ver medals will be offered for prizes aud tome flue tuuntcg races wilt be n. . ' . ..