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TJIK OMAHA. "DAILY HIDE : TTESDAY , 'XOVTCM 1VEII t. 185)8. )
The great show will soon pass into history but the beautiful souvenirs which recall it vividly are at the
command ) f rich and poor alike. Through The Bee its subscribers are offered at ridiculously low cost , \
the best and most expensive exposition pictures in color and by photographic process. Every one should
take advantage of all three generous offers. If you do not feel you can afford all , get one or two series.
edition Transmississippi Day is
The Bee has just published an edition that Saturday
is by far the most elaborate publication of its Exposition
kind ever attempted in the west. Now.
Tlie edition contains eight pages of
Elegant HalfTone - Reproduced in Colors Get them
By the Taber-Prang Art Co , , Boston , From
Tone Pictures While
The Original Paintings of John R , Key. .
printed on the finest quality of enameled paper. They
Among others are the following life-like portraits : Mr. Key is famous as the painter of the World's Fair ,
President McKinley and Ills Cabinet- His paintings are exhibited in the Illinois Building. He
Military and Naval Heroes Forty-eight
The Peace Commissioners has added new laurels by his paintings of the Transmis
Views t57 | nchti )
Transmlsslsslppi . . War Governors sissippi Exposition. The name of Prang of Boston is sufficient
U. S. Government Commissioners- of the
Officers of the Exposition- ficient guaranty of the faithfulness of the artistic reproduc
Public Reception Committee- tion. No views in with Exposition
Views of Best features of the Exposition published compare beauty this
In addition to this is printed a complete Pto- series.
grant of the Events of Jubilee Week. A complete
chronology of the war. A complete history of A Portfolio Containing Six Pictures (14x19 ( in. ) for $1.25 , V At the Business Office of
the exposition , and a well selected assortment of
interesting matter. Sin&Ze Copies , Suitable for Framing , The Omaha Bee
Price 10 cents per copy. Postage 2 cents. With Mats ,
Send copies to your friends. N. ] } . By maiiJ cents extra for po ( ay .
The Bee Publishing Co. , Omaha. The Bee Publishing CoJ Omaha.
CLOSING UP THE MIDWAYS
Omaha People Work a Few Hours Overtime
to Do It Properly.
GREAT ALLHALLOW'S-E'EN ' CELEBRATION
Mini Tlii-onu < if Merrymaker * 11 no en
Alonir the Mlilwny for Hour * Vln-
Iliuipy llcxtniftloii on
Never did a better natural crowd attend
an Allhollow'B-o'en doings than that which I
closed the 'Midway season last night. Never I
did a carnival crowd on the Ulvcra put In a !
merrier , madder night. While everything
thrown was not confetti Indeed , the pro
gram was varied with beer bottles , glasses ,
algn boards , In fact about everything that
was not nailed sudlclently tight to withstand
HIQ vigorous and not Infrequently concerted
wrenches of muscular limbs , barring a few
broken heads and some damaged appoint
ments of summer reports , no especial damage
\\as done and the merrymakers and the
others who did not seem so merry but who
took part In the closing event trickled home
ward on the street cam along some time
after the midnight bell 'had struck the hour
of the exposition's end. That DO serious
damage- was done Is a tribute to the tem
perament of the crowd. The few personal
encounters and for a time they seemed to
be In progress In all directions \\ero carried
on according to tooth and toc-uall rules and
whllo the exposition guards , extra police
and ambulance corps wc.ro kept moving
rjpldly for two or three hours , thu sum total
of the casualties amounted to little moro
than blackened eyes , bruised noses and hero
and there an ccchymosls on some obscure
part of the anatomy.
Souvenirs ? Well , the salvage ot some
features of the Midway today wouldn't make
a. toothpick. Ono young man who trans
ferred at Sixteenth and Farnam streets at
1:30 : this morning carried westward with him
an empty beer keg. The list of more porta
ble articles had been exhausted before ho
had a chance to niaku Ills choice. A very
stylishly dressed young woman , who will
probably ouly tell her most Intimate friends
about It , woio across the bridge over the
lagoon the bill of faro from a Midway res
taurant , the long strip of oil cloth trailing
tack from her handsome tailor-made walking
gown. Another young woman struggled des
perately to wrench the sign advertising a
St. Louis beer from a Buffalo young man
she had never seen before. And ono place
where beer has been dispensed with more
or less freedom during the summer was com
pelled to suspend operations because by mid
night Its glasses had all been carried away
for souvenirs by its enthusiastic patrons.
Nothing that could be removed was over
looked. All sortH of signs , both those of the
concessionaires and those at the exposition
company , were removed ,
Didn't Do it Thliiir tn Eiu-U Other.
Fun ? For lour long houre , from 9 o'clock
till after 1 , there was a whirlwind and
maelstrom of gaiety combined sweeping
down 1ho Midway from all directions , with
no apparent storm center , everybody en
gulfed and everybody adding his bbaro to
the general uproar. Young peraons who
would bhrlnk from deliberate participation
Horsford's Acid Phosphate
taken before retiring quiets the nerves
and causes refreshing Bleep.
FliMtat to Ut Uite. Bhun SuUtltatei.
In the wild scenes of which they wore a ,
part last night will wonder today at them
selves as they recall how ithey swooped
down the streets last night , laughing and
singing , sometimes tied together with
i opes , sometimes with garlands of paper
( lo\\crs , sometimes with bandages torn from
the canvas signs , but always bent on trap
ping the unwary who stood la thejr way.
Many a gtil was the center around which
a merry throng swirled for a moment , only
to break away and answer her frightened
u.'ushcs with a peal of iraucous but good-
natured laughter. "Don't get mad , " was
the admonition ono stalwart escort audibly
gave the young woman who accompanied
htm when eho seemed about to resent the
passing antics that eeemod to pass the
bounds of even carnival familiarity. And
so It went. There were two Midways to
close nnd It took some 'time ' to close them ,
Ilut no ono was seriously hurt and the
headache and the legacho that Is doctored
or endured In Omaha today will be tem
pered by the knowledge that the Midways
were closed with an eclat born of easy
terms with Midway methods.
The Midway midnight crowd was Indecorous
cereus , but not a bit more so than was an
ticipated. Tbo great majority of the men and
women who boisterously shouted good-bye
to the KM cat show In its last hours managed
to avoid any serious trouble. There were
others who did not and as a result the
patrol wagon nnd the ambulance worked
overtime last night.
1'lKht In Calm.
The first light of any consequence took
place at the north end of the Streets of
Cairo at 10 o'clock. It grew out of a quar
rel In the cafe between a couple of young
Irishmen and two men of thu Orient. It
was a little matter at the start and either
ono of the two exposition guards who stood
about and looked on could have prevented n
small sized riot had ho exerted himself. Uut
the guards let It grow until a score of spec
tators were waging a hot light with the for
eigners. Ono of the latter received a bad
cut In thu head from a beer glass that was
hurled at him in the melee. That made his
countrymen fairly beside themselves with
rage and they brought out their swords and
camel whips to beat their opponents. The
riot surged toward the exit , which was torn
wide open and the turnstile wrecked In the
scrimmage. Detectives Dunn , Donahuo and
Dcmpsey arrived on the scene in tlmo to
make some arrests and quell the riot. Then
tbo exposition guards urged the people to
fall back a llttlo to let the ambulance drive
up for the Injured.
I'lironr nt I'ahnfii.
The second scrap of considerable dimen
sions took place In Pabst's beer hall , which
has been the "olllclal" rendezvous for n
great number of railroad men and other
Omahans during the season. About 11
o'clock a strange lot of spectators wandered
In an I , as they were more or less filled with
the exuuberance of the occasion , and other
things , they showeU their appreciation of
the show In their own manner. The trouble
began when ono roan heaved an empty beer
bottle 'on the stage to emphasize the fact
that he wanted " 1'eplta , the queen of the
Midway. " tt > give another song and dance.
About BX | simultaneously followed his ex
ample. Then the beer glasses commenced
to rain on the stage and the large trays of
the waitresses were hastily grabbed and
shied Into the Jack pot. When a couple
of chairs were tossed In Manager Wlllard
concluded It was about time to close the
game A squad of guards and police soon
cleared the hall , tbo moro obstreperous vis
itors being dragged out and unceremoni
ously landed In the middle of the Midway ,
No serious Injuries resulted from this af
fair , though there were any number ol
wounds of'minor meptlon received. No more
beer was sold , the show was adjourned sine
die , ami the big front gate was lowered
for the last tlmo about 10-I5 o'clock.
Shortly after midnight a number of the
young men who had been engaged In the
Streets of Cairo fight met tn front of the
big see-saw and personally settled the aft
ermath controversy In a running fight that
reached to the other end of the grounds.
An exposition guard , who went off duty nt
noon , was gloriously drunk at midnight and
resisted arrest after making some trouble.
He received a cut on the head and was
thrown In the exposition Jail , Every few
minutes after 11 o'clock until 1 a strange pro.
ceeslon could be seen moving westward
along the Midway toward the Jail. Every
time n man was arrested it took from two
to six guards to get the prisoner to his
destination , nnd then the party was gener
ally followed by 100 or more shouting , ges
ticulating , encircling and encircled young
men and old men and women of uncertain
SEVEH.VL MEDALS FOK XEIWAhKA.
Antelope State Km It Dlnplay CiitelivN
Eyea of JudupN.
When it comes down to a question of
showing fruit In endless varieties of excel
lent quality , Nebraska seems to have been
successful eo far as the opinion of the
Judges go. Yesterday morning Superinten
dent Youngers received notice -from the De
partment of Exhibits of the exposition that
the state bad walked off with seven gold
medals , seven sliver medals , five bronze
medals and honorable mention In two In
stance * . In addition to all of these medals ,
there Is another thing which pleases Super
intendent Youngers much more , nnd that i
that the committee on awards bus given
the state a special diploma , the only one
issued to the Horticultural section. This is
a special diploma for the largest and best
kept exhibit In the building. Not satisfied
with doing this , the judges went still far
ther and ordered a gold medal on the entire
collection , simply on account of its magni
tude and condition. Then tne State Horti
cultural society , that raado its showing in
September , is given a gold medal on the ex
hibit made at that time , which the Judges
have designated as tbo best collection of
fruit made by any one group of counties.
Sarpy , which was one of the counties
showing under the auspices of the State
Horticultural society , takes a silver medal.
"I am proud of the fruit exhibit made by'
the state , " remarked Superintendent Young
ers yesterday after ho had been apprised of
the decision o ! the Judges. "It forever sets
at rest the canards that this Is not a fruit
growing elate. This year we have worked
under a great many disadvantages. Our
fruit was poorer than usual and harder to
get. If it had been last year we could have
shown apples , pears , peaches and grapes that
would have been 100 per cent better than
those nhlch we had on exhibition. How
ever , we ought to bo satisfied and I guess
that in the future , Instead of sending away
for our fruit , people will do a little moro
buying at home. These awards that hav
been nude are the strongest arguments for
patronizing home Industry and ought to In
duce moro of the farmers to go Into the
fruit business. "
Superintendent Taylor , who has charge of
the Horticulture building and who occupied
the same position in connection with the
world's fair and who Is one of the recog
nized fruit experts of the state , as well as
of the country , speaking of Nebraska's dis
play and the prizes won , said : "I should
say that I am pleased. I expected nothing
else. Tbo Judges were all non-residents of
this state and men who could have no In
terest In the awards , contequently I knew
that they would not favor or cut our exhibit.
All along I have contended that this itate
Is in the great fruit belt of the country
and people have laughed at me. Now I
guess they will see that I have been right
and that they have been wrong. In thn
future if the Nebraska farmers will push
their market for fruit they wll | be right In
line with any of the states o ! the union and
will be able to sell all of tb/glr orchard pro
ducts at fancy prices.
"This exposition has been a great adver
tisement for Nebraska fruit and I only liope
that our growers will profit thereby. "
Government lliilliliiicr finned Karly.
The Government building closed last night
at the usual hour , r > o'clock. When the clock
In the center of the building tolled the hour
the olflcers In charge , the clerks and em
ployes gathered In the open epaco beneatli
the dome , gave three cheers for the United
States , three for Omaha and three mpre foi1
the exposition. Then the doors were closed
and everything was over , much to the sorrow
row of the thousands who gathered about
the entrance and cast many fond glances at
the structure which has closed forever.
E. K. Bruce is suffering from an attack
of erysipelas and la unable to attend to his
private business or his work In connection
with the Department of Exhibits of the ex
Among those who helped swell the
crowd nt the exposition yesterday were 232
employes of The Bee Publishing company.
Each man , woman , boy and girl employed by
the company In Its Omaha service was given
on expostlon ticket and n halt holiday , with
an Injunction from The Bee to go to the
exposition. As far as can be told all went.
A noteworthy feature observed yesterday
In the Liberal Arts building was the gold
medal awarded the George Ertel company of
Qulncy , 111. , on their celebrated Victor In-
cubatoro and brooders for superiority over
all competitors. These machines possess
many meritorious feature's which have won
the highest laurels wherever exhibited ,
winning the first prize at eight different
fairs and shows this year. Considerable
Interest has been manifested In these ma
chines since the opening of the great fair ,
even to disinterested persons on account of
the chickens that have been hatched almost
MAN AND WIFE ASPHYXIATED
C. A. CnrlHoii anil 111 * Ilrttrr llulf
I'on nil Deail nt the Veu-
C. uCarlson and wife of Colby , Kansas ,
were asphyxiated Sunday night In a room
at the Vcndomo hotel. They came to visit
the exposition and registered at the hotel
Sunday morning , paying for their room In
adv.tnce. In thu evening about 10.30 o'clock
they returned 'from ' sight-seeing and retired
tn their room for tbo night. About half an
hour later Mr. Carlson reappeared In the
hotel office and Inquired where he could pur
chase EOino liquor. It was explained to him
that It was against the rules < to allow drink
ing In the rooms and ho went outside down
the street. At midnight the night clerk , saw
Mr. Carlson enter ithe hotel and go up to
hla room. He was then Intoxicated. This
was the last time bo was seen alive.
Monday evening S. Langler , the bell boy ,
was sent to show a guest up to room No. a ,
the one assigned to LMr. Carlson tbo day be
fore , but now vacant , as the clerk supposed.
When Langler opened the door of the room
ho noticed by the smell that the gas was
turned on and when he struck a match he
saw a growsome sight. Lying on the floor ,
partly undressed , was the man ; in bed was
the woman and iboth were dead.
It Is supposed that Carlson catno In while
his wife was asleep and In an Inebriated
condition blew out the gas. They bad been
dead for several hours when discovered.
Nothing Is known of the Carlsons. Their
clothing was expensive and some money was
found among their belongings. Word was
sent to Colby last night.
Two Mmnll rire .
Shortly after noon yesterday a small blaze
was discovered on the first floor of the three-
story brick building at 112 ! and HIM S'Uth
Thirteenth street. An alarm of fire was snt
In and the department responded , extinguish
Ing the flames before any great damagn was
done. The building was owned by ij. U ,
Lane , a resident of Iowa , The first floor
was occupied by Michael Kulakofsky AS a
grocery store. The upper floors were rented
as dwelling apartments. It was In the gro
cery that thu fire originated , bavlnp uc.-n
caused , it Is supposed , by some on. treading
upon matches lying on the floor. The dam
age is confined to Kulakofsky's stock of
goods and will not amount to more than
? 75 , covered by Insurance.
The one-story frame dwelling house ut 017
North Twentieth street , occupied by Thomas
Lewis , was eel aflre last ev nlne at 7SO :
o'clock by sparks from the chlraiuiy. In
papering one of the rooms of the house
not long ago a stovepipe halo In the wall
was left uncovered , save by the wall paurr.
and yesterday when Lewis started a flio
In the stove the paper at this opening ciuV.
fire and dropping to the floor to sparka Ig
nited some bedding and the carpet , ny the
prompt arrival of the engines the blaze was
extinguished before any damage was done.
DUl'OXT CLUB'S CLOSING .SHOUT.
Lout Mutliiee of the Srnnoii Tarn * Oat
Some Good Sport.
The Dupont Gun club held Its final
Miootlng matinee of the season on Its
grounds Sunday afternoon and presented
quite an attractive function to a consider
able crowd that turned out. Tim feature
of the day's work was the shooting of
Charley Curtlsa und Bishop , who killed
twenty-fix live birds straight , all that they
shot at In two team races and a mles-and-
out. The mos.1 Interesting- event was a
Hvo bird rare between a couple of teams
for an oyster supper. U was at ten live
birds and developed Into not only n hot
race , hut some very pretty shooting , the
more being 46 to , n total of 89 birds
killed out of 100 shot at. The losers nald
for the dinner that followed Immediately
after the day's program , nnd this also
proved to be n hot proposition. The losers
can be picked from tile following score :
There was another live bird race between
the same two teams and It resulted In thn
winning for the same team by a score of
42 to 36. In addition a live bird mlss-and-
out and a team race at targets , together
with the regular club shoot , completed the
program. The score of the club shoot fol
Nason . 10101 110H 11111 10011-13
Head . 11111 10101 11011 11111-17
Welch . 11110 11111 11111 11111-19
Curtis . 11110 11111 10001 10101-11
Snapper . 10110 mu 11110 00111-13
Townsend . 11100 01110 line 11101 H
Hishop . 11111 mu mu loiii-ia
Moore . 11110 11111 11001 00011-14
Halsberry . 11101 11011 01101 11111-1C
Icken . 10111 11011 11101 11011-16
Evans . 11000 00000 11000 00110-
Bishop . 11212 11212-10
Icken . 10211 11111-9
Head . 12202 22222 9
McDonald . mil 10202 K
Young . 22211 122U 10
Townsend . 20120 11122 g
Worthlngton . 21101 si 02 8
Nason . 11221 22012 9
Curtis . 21222 12212 10
Welch . 11112 22100-
St. I.ouln' HOTNC Show.
ST. LOUIS , Mo. , Oct. 31. The second an
nual horse fhow opened tonight at the Coli
seum. A feature Introduced this year Is
the promenade around the arena hlmilar to
the Mudlson Square promenade , but It was
little used tonight , the spectators preferring
to remain. seated. Awards :
For the best pair of roadster ? , Wlrt nnd
n C , owned by John Donovan of 8t JoHjph.
Mo. , won first ; Sybil and Charlie O , owned
by K. O. Sutler , Kansas City , third. Galled
Middle stallions. Monte Crlsto , Jr. , owned
liy J. T. Cremhaw , Lexington , Ky. . won ;
Thornton Star , J. A. Potts , Mexico , Mo. ,
second ; Richmond Squirrel , J. M. Oarrett ,
Fort Gurrott. Ky. , third. Ilorsex in har
ness. single high steppers. Sampson. own d
by Sloan , Mlms and Oration , Hast Ht.
Louis , won ; Uluchcr , owned by Crow nnd
Murray. Toronto , Out. , second. Green
hunters , King Crow , owned by George Pep.
per , Toronto , won ; Peacock , owned by
George Swift , Toronto , second ; Halnbow ,
also owned by Swift , third.
Vnnkton llrutH Vermilion.
YANKTON. B. D. , Oct. 31. ( Bpnrlnl Tel
egram. ) Yankton college and \ > rmllon
State university foot ball teams met upon
Yankton grounds this afternoon , resulting
In favor of Yankton. Score , n to 4.
I 'rcil Iloerr > ot HutUIU-d.
Fred Dorrr , who lost a wrestllnit match
to E. H. Mprfiui last week at OernmnU
hall , In anxious to repeat the meeting In
the hope of Us resulting' differently , and
Is trying to arrange another mutch. lie
Is also ready to meet any other wrestler
near his poundage In the city for a side
EVENTS ON THE HUX.MNO THACKS.
loukry Knlwlit ( Jets a Nnsty Kull in
the Jjnut Itnve nt I.ntuiiln.
CINCINNATI. Oct. 31. While the horses
were at the post for the lust race at La-
tonla today Jockey Knight , who was en
Elusive , the favorite , got tangled up In the
rubber barrier and was thrown to the
ground , lie was unable to remount and
some tlmo was lost beforn From was se
cured to take his place. The Held was a
very hard one to line up and tifter a long
delay the Judges decided to postpone- the
race until tomorrow on account of dark
ness. The racing was good and the betting
lively. Hcsults :
First race , selling , slit furlongs : Crusader
won , Dr. Pitts second , Slddubla third. Time :
Second race , live and one-half futlongs :
ICd Tipton won , Hardee Pardeo second , Red
Piratu third. Time : lll .
Third race , one mile- , selling : n. 13. Sack
won. Can I See 'J3m second , Lena Myers
third. Tlmo : 1:18. :
Fourth race , one mlle , selling : Possum
won , Elsie Hramblo second , Leonag third.
Time : 1:17',4. :
Fifth race , five nnd one-half furlongs :
Prlma Vera won , Schankcn second , Sou-
chen third. Tlmo : lll'i. : '
SAN FRANCISCO , Oct. Sl.-Oaklund re
First race , selling , nine-sixteenths ) of n
mile : Hymnn Hell won. Excursion second ,
Major Cook third. Tlmo : 1:11. :
Second race , ono and one-sixteenth miles ,
selling : Plan won , Red Glenn second ,
Shasta Water third. Time : 1:50 : < .
Third race , purse , six furlongs : Ollthus
won. Sam McKeever second , Los McdunoH
third. Time : 1:11 : % .
Fourth race , one nnd one-sixteenth
miles : Huckwa. won , Koslnanto second ,
Crowell third. Time : 1:49' : $ .
Koot Hall nt Kan HM City.
KANSAS CITY. Mo. . Oct. 31-The Indians
from HaskcII Institute at Lawrence , Kan. ,
were defeated In their foot ball rontest
liero today with the team from the Univer
sity Medical college of Kansas City. The
fcoro was 46 to 0.
ORDERED ON TO FASHODA
ERyptlnn IJattnllon DlMpatcIieil from
Cairo to Scene of the Dlnimtc
AVnrMUe Preparation * .
LONDON , Nov. 1. The Cairo correspond
ent of the Dally Mall nays an Egyptian bat
talion has been dispatched to Fashoda.
Most of the papers are full of alleged war
preparations , despite tbo undoubted fact that
the authorities arc doing their best to dis
courage publication , and are even denying
statements that have already appeared.
Yesterday ( Monday ) a sudden order was
recoved at Dover for an experimental mob
ilization of the defence forces , All the
heights and forts were smartly occupied In
a manner giving full satisfaction.
The arsenal at Woolwich Is working until
11 o'clock every night , the government hav
ing largo orders for guns , searchlights and
other naval equipment.
The lirltleh channel squadron has cast
anchor off Gibraltar.
The Idea prevails at the French capital
that Count Muravlcff , the Russian foreign
minister , while there on his recent visit
promised Russian support In reopening the
whole Egyptan question , and that Major
Varchand will be instructed to fall back and
maintain his occupation of all Ilahr-el-Gazel
The Dally Mall this morning publishes nr
news regarding England's war preparatons
explaining that the silence U due to a let
ter from tbo war office asking not to publish
"anything that might be useful to a possible
"We Intend to ascertain today , " says the
Dally MaU , "from the war otilre and tbi
admiralty exactly what kind of news It
would bo permliilble to publish. "
The Dally Mall confirms the reports of un
exampled activity at tbo French dockyard !
notably at Toulon , whore the coaist forts
bayo been experimenting with melinite
ehellfc against an old gunboat.
WILL PLEAD SELF DEFENSE
Bolick Intends to Show that Sargeiit Had
COMPOSEDLY AWAITS THE NEXT MOVE
.Han Who hlmt IIN | IVIfe'N Ile < ra > er
Ku < iUn Confident- < < > Aciiulttnl
Wniiinii NliiMvn Contrition for
HIT Cirlcvoim CnmliicL.
An Investigation that led up to the death
of Albert Sargent , the barber who was shot
and killed by John Bellck Saturday night ,
will bo held at the undertaking rooms of
Coroner Swanson Tuesday morning at 3
o'clock. It U the belief of the police and
those Interested that Uellck will be exoner
ated of the killing by the coroner's Jury.
If ho Is not released thnn It Is believed he
will be at his preliminary hearing In police
Self-defenso will be his plea. In this df-
fcnso his plea will bo strengthened by the
testimony of several witnesses who saw tba
shooting and from tbo fact that Sargent had
an ugly-looking hunting knife In his hip
It will bo proven by Patrolman Inde that
Sargent had made a boast that hu would
kill Bcllck some time.
Mrs. Delick was greatly composed yester
day morning. She does not worry about her
husband any more , lie cnt a note to her
last night that advised her not to worry ;
that ho had forgiven her and would , when
the trouble waa adjusted , take her and thu
children away and begin life anew.
Mrs. Ilcllck was visited by tier sister , Mrs.
J. Flake of Twenty-seventh and Franklin
streets ycHtor-luy morning , Iflli.lt ) has se
cured the bemcrs of Attorney K l'pnny. '
AVIM Wrnt'N Suit.
A $15.000 damagn null hag been begun In
the district court by the Wild West show
against the exposition for having allowed
William F. Cody ( IuTalo ) ( Hill ) to bring his
wild west show here and because of the
Indian congress. Mattox & Hoot , the pro
prietors , claim that thesu attraction ! ) have
cut Into their business and that they were
contrary to the terms of their concession.
They also sue for $54 , the salary paid to n
" " Juno and said
"ticket-taker" during July ,
"ticket-taker" having been placed at their
door by the exposition management.
Hni'iik to Empty Ileiichea.
There was a very nllm crowd at the dem
ocratic rally In Washington hall last night ,
hardly fifty being present. The. speakers
wore Michael Harrington of O'Neill and Gil
bert M. Hitchcock , the fuslonlst candidate for
congress In this dlntrlct.
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