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THE OH AHA DAILY HIDE : WEDNESDAY , NOVEMBER 1 , 18W ) .
NEITHER SIDE CAN SCOHL P.ercs Struggle on Gridiron Between Omaha High School end Tarkio Oollege , GAME ESTABLISHES ABILITY Of LOCALS Science Pitted Aixnltint llrnvrii wlili Untlnfnctorr lli-miHn llnril Mno UllcUlliK lliltcnil of ThrlllhlK Piny * Cliurncterlr.c Onmc. Neither Omaha High echcol nor Tarkio college was nblo to score In a fierce , snappy and Interesting game ot foot ball nt the ex position grounds Tuesday afternoon. The g-imo ended 0 to 0 , but do'plto this fact the friends of the High school lads considered It a great victory. It wns the first game ot the scoion In which the lcc.il team had been pitted ngalnst a team of acknowledged abil ity In the foal ball world nnd Omaha's euc- ccss In keeping the vl&Uors trom scoring wan sufficient reason for rejoicing and con gratulation. The representatives from the Missouri unlverr.lty were great , husky , beefy felloes and lowered nbovo the lltho lads who carried th < i colors of Omaha High school. The exhibition , therefore , wns ono wherein science kept brawn from scoring and It was BII cleverly done that the Omahans could hardly have felt moro elated had their team won thtf contest. The game was played on the rnco course at tba exposition grounds. Whllo the eldo and crosslltica were being ninrkcd oft the ciowd rent the atmosphere with shouts ol encour agement , collcfiu yells and songs. From start to flnleh the game was hard tough : . Every Inch of territory wns gnlncd by cither side only nfter desperate struggles. There were no thrilling plays or spectacular runs. Each line wns hammered so desper ately that It ecomod to the spectators time and again that It must yield for n touch down. Especially wns this so with the line of the High pchool , composed largely ot light young fellows , when the big MIs- Eourlans battered ngalnst It with the strength of n battering ram. But never did It yield sufficiently to that the leather could bo carried safely behind the goal line. Not once did the High school lads lese their head" and It was this scientific , brainy work which rondo It Impossible for Tnrklo to scora. Homo Iliird KleUliiir. The game was Important In that It shows the local team to beef ability sufficient to contest with superior teams. Tarkio has al ways boon considered ono of the leading" teams of the middle west and Is classed with the western universities. When the eleven big fellows came trotting out on the gridIron - Iron It seemed certain that they would crush the High school team nnd pile up scores unceasingly. That they did not shows that they were pitted against n team worthy to trot In the same class. When the bnll was first put Into play It looked dark for Omnha and the big crowd of spectators watched the struggle with bated 'breath ' , fearful that the time for Omaha's defeat had come. Thomas kicked off and then followed a series of scrim mages , but Tnrklo steadily advanced the spheroid down the field toward * Oraahn's goal. Omaha's line wna hammered for gains and the onward rush of the Missourians Boecd Inevitable. On Omaha's fifteen-yard line , however , the ? High school lads braced themselves for , a heroic stand and secured the ball on downs nt a time when It scorned that a touchdown by TnrUlo was absolutely certain. Then the ball was sent scurrying , back toward the center by Marsh , Thomas , Engelhard and Welch. But Omaha could _ , not'advance farther than tho.intd.aie ntitbe > ( ( ilold.and .thero lost- the ball' to Tarkio.r-jjnck * * across the field " ( he leather was slowly worked and was again on the fifteen-yard line , with favorable chances for a touch down , when Merchlo fumbled the pigskin nnd Engelhard carried It back five yards. On the lineup the signal for n fullback ] kick was given and Thomas lost no time In puntIng - Ing the 'ball away to the middle of the field out of dauger. The first half ended -with the ball on Omaha's forty-yard line. Dur ing the first half Tnrklo's line was changed llnifl nnd again by reason of its players suc cumbing to the severity ot the play. Time was called frequently to glvo them a chance to revive. Not an Omaha lad was even BO nuch ns winded In either the first or second Valves. Scc-oiKl Half. The second half was largely a repetition of the first. Tarkio advanced the pigskin sev eral times dangerously near Omaha's goal and then the High school players braced themselves and checked the advance. They seemed able to call up their greatest strength nnd resistance just at the moments when they wore most vitally necessary. The long est run of the game wns made near Its end , when Lowe got the bnll on a trick piny and plunged through Omaha's line for forty yards. Ho got no farther than Omaha's forty-flvo- yard line , when ho was cleverly downed and the brightest opportunity Tarkio had for a score wns spoiled. Scott's kick to Omaha's thirty-yard line gave the locals the ball when tlmo was called and the game ended with out a point being scored. The lineup wns ns follona : Omaha. Positions. Tarkio , Fnlrbrother night end Pettlt Welch Right tackle , Kaston Scecrlst IliBht guard UCKKS Wnlllir Center Chlsholm RobortH. . , Ixift guard Lumpkcy Griffith I-eft tncklo liommer Thomas. . ; Left end Glenn So Bad that Wntor Would Ooze Out nml Drop on the Floor. Hands Full ot Water misters. Doctor Could Not Hollove. First Applica tion of CUTIGUKA Stopped Itch- \VK nml Induced Sleep. Cured iu Olio Month. I bad eczema on my linncJi 10 bad that wlirn I ( but them , the matter would oozy out anil drop on tha floor. My liandi were full of water 1 > IU < t r of a whlto color , I wa under the care of a doctor for about n month , but lie did mono good. I vat ndvlifd to try CUTICUIIA remedies , and did o , nnd It was wonderful what ctfect they tad. 1'hvjlrit application ttopptitthatitrend/ut itcMng. I leptotoncc , vtutcuretlin fouricttki , March SI'M. M.A.COsaiUFF.Euicrado.N.l ) . BABY'S FACE MASS OF SORES When my little ( liter vrai four mouths old her clicoli became rod nnd tnllamrd , Bmnll ] > lniplcn broke out over her face ami Itwai one man of cab , which nlmoat clotcd hereyci and roncbcd Into tbo corners of tier moulb. For everal wcelo a plyilcbn attended bur , but > bo derived little or oo benefit from liU treatment. Wo bought a cake of Curiruiu Bon- and a box of CUTICUIU ( ointment ) . Ilerfacolioaleu tuoKrow healthy again. UO3.V BUKOHU , Bolomon , Kan. BEGIN WITH THE BLOOD Curiruiu TIICATUENT beclnt with the blood and endi n lib tbo nklu , calp , on J Ualr , Tim li to ny , CUTICUIU ItusoLvtNT , tbu new blood ami lUiipurHIcrniidgrfutettof liuuiorcurc * , ] > urllle * the blood nnd clrculuting lluldi of lipMuiiOKitus , anj thui rcoioxc * the cuuir , wbllo narpibutbt withUUTICUHA SoilOIK ! KuulleauoliilU > | ; < "I'll ' CUTICUIU ( ointment ) , Krratnt of t'liiollient Un cure * , clrauta the iUn and rcalnof cruiti anil ccaloi , allay Itching , Imrelnc , nud lutUmrnatloB , cootho auii lical , tbui completing ( be curu. Sold tbroucbout Ihr world. I'OTTIR D. Ic C.Covr. , Solo 1'ropi-i Uotuui. pr " llw 19 Curt Ecicm , " ftce. RflRV'Q ' 0/lu"Bcitr | i H i n uti4 4 b/ OHBI O OMil Uimiviu soir , . 'r lohnrd Quarterback Simon rracy , , . . , , . , , . I.pft imlfbnck l owe -March Hlght hnlflmck . . . . . . .Merchle Hnsclhnrd Fullback . . . .Scott Siibst'tiuon ' : Tnrklo-HIght tackle. Belli lUinriorback , Grnh.im. WIZARD OUTPLAYS SLOSSON Sclmofcr Mnke * n Hotter HliovrliiK In Srcnml Mnlil'd Piny In Illu IMlllnnl Mntoli. MEW .YORK , Oct. 31. The second night's piny In the professional cushion carom bllllnrd match was a close struKRle and the smnll crowd that braved the rain to ceo the exports was well repaid for Its trouble. Schnefer outplayed Slosson by Just 19 points , but Slosson maintained < hls lead to the end. The final pcorp to the end of the wcnlng stood GOO to < 95 In Slosson's favor. The Ilnnl block of 300 points will bo played tomorrow evening. The match nnd $ looo stokes will go to the player whose total reaches 900 first. Schnefer's pplendld brace nt on point gives his admirers itroumi for hoping that he may win out. Slosson began with a lead of 115 points and ho steadily Increased thle to ICO cfiroms after 100 Innings had boon played , Soon after this , however , Schaefer began slowly to overhaul his ndvcrsary. In seven Innings .ho gathered In no less than 96 points , Including one run ot S3 , the highest Of Uie evening , and for the first time In the ovcnlnf ? the wizard KcetncU to be In the hunt ngnln , his total being 112 caroms be hind. In the Il4lh Inning Srhnrfer made the stnr play of the evening. He got the balls well gathered In ono corner nnd rnpldly clicked oft the most delicate kind of caroms with wonderful precision.Vlth 120 to his credit he had to drive the red ball across the end of the table nnd back , while a little later the Ivories KOI Into a dlfllcult position again nnd the Wizard had to drlvo up to the far corner , but It rolled back within reach and the crowd , which was following the run with breathless Interest. npplaudc < l enthusi astically. Again Schaefer began to click oft the caroms and It wns not until he had piled tin 35 buttons to his credit that ho missed nn cary shot. For the first time the Wizard got to within 110 points of his antagonist when ho made a run of 20 In his 127th Inning , the acoro then standing nt C1G against 2 In Slosfon'fl favor. The latter began to draw away ngaln a few Innings later and Schaefer made his last bid. Ho made 27 and 2. ! In successive Innings nnd ho was then only C5 buttons behind. Ihe Student" finished strong , however , and ran out the night's total In his four teenth Inning with a beat of 22 well exe cuted caroms. His advantage wns 103 points , and bchuofcr will try to mnku up this dlf- ercnco In the tlnal play tomorrow. Score : SlCBSon 7 , 11. 1 , 0. J. 0 , 0. 2 , 1. 4 , 5 , 8 , G , 3. . 9 , 1 , 12 , 1 , C , 3. 1 , 4 , 0 , 8 , C , 1 , 0 , 1 , 1 , 1 , 6 , 3 , . G , 1. 4. 4 , 4. G , 0. 0. 1 , 0. 1 , S , 1. 1 , 5 , 9. 1 , 8. 3 , 1. 0 , 2. 0. 1 , 7 , 4 , 2. 2. 1 , 3 , 1 , 0 , 0. 2 , 17 , 2 , 4 , , 1 , 2 , 5 , 4 , 0 , 0 , 22 300. * Average , 363-79 : highest runs , 22 , IS , 17. Grand total , GOO ; average , 4.23. Schnofer-o. 1 , 7. 1. 0. 0. 0. 2. 0. 14. 3. 3. 1. 0. 2 , 3 , 3 , 0 , 1 , 3 , 1 , 3 , 1 , 9 , 0 , G , 0 , 0. 0. 9. 0 , 0. 0 , . 2 , _ 1 , 0. 0 , G , 4 , 0 , 0 , 4 , 2 , 0 , 0 , 13. 19. 8. 10. 5 k02.02. : . . Average. 37G-78 ; highest runs. 33 , 27 , 22 nd 20. Grand total , 495 ; average , 3.53. BIG CHAMPION IS CONFIDENT JclTrlcH Mnlls n Check for ffrt.OOO to III * Mutineer with Instruction * 1o Hot it on Conilmr Flight. NEW YORK , Oct. 31.-Tttils was a day ot quiet at Jeffries' training- quarters nt As- iury Park and except for a short run and i little excursion In a rowboat this morn- ug no one of the party put his head out of doors. A terrific storm raged all day and miners and fighters sat around the Ore nd tllscubsed the prospects for weather for ho ilays between now and Friday. Hard work and the boxing bouts have been given nd unless Jeffries shall decide to put on he gloves as a favor to some visitor his exercise hereafter will be restricted to bag- lunching and rope jumping. As the light draws nearer Jeffries' con- Idenco Increases and today he mailed a check for $3,000 to his manager with In- tructlons to put It on him at the best price he could get. This is the first money Jeffries has bet. The little preliminary arrangements have leen made and everything Is In shape for the fight according to schedule1. Jeffries' glove ? , which were made In San ranclsco , hnve arrived and hs ! new shoes will bp ready for him to wear Friday. In tho. contest Friday night Jeffries will occupy the northeast corner , the same he occupied when he defeated Bob Fltzslm- nons for the championship of the world. Sharkey will sit In the southwest corner , ho ono occupied by Fltzslmmons when Jef- rles knocked him out. This was agreed nt a meeting between O'Rourke and Brady oday. Jeftrleswill be seconded by AVill Delany , Tommy Ryan , Dick Dolan , Jack Jeffries ind A. Brady. Shnrkey's adviser ? will be Torn O'Rourke. George Dlxon. Bob Armstrong strong- and Tim JIcGrath. Both Sharkey ind Jeffries have agreed to % weigh In before ho battle begins , so as to let the public enow exactly what each man weighs. Jeffries will probably fight at 212 pounds , vhlle Sharkey will probably weigh seven- eon pounds less. Hotting- the big fight opened In earnest nt the Aqueduct race track today , where vagcrs were made. The biggest bet re corded was $1,000 to JSOO , the odds on Jeffries. IlISSUI/TS ON TUB nUX.VIXG TRACKS. lliiclnur nt Xeiviiort nxcltliiKwith Several None RliilHhcH. CINCINNATI. Oct. 31. The betting at Newport showed market Improvement to day and the ten books In line handled big money to every race. The racing was ex citing , wltlu several nose finishes during- : he afternoon. Nearly every horseman on the track was yelling when Kriss Krlngle won the mlle and a sixteenth handicap. Kriss Krlngle Is a confirmed sulker , but can run like a deer when there Is noise to scare him. He was nearly scared to death loday , ns all the horsemen were betting on lilm , and when Kriss Krlngle appeared to bo stopping In the stretch they let out a mighty howl nnd the old gelding gave evi dence of .his weakness 'by ' n wild burst ot speed and the money was saved , Krlss Krlngle wns first by three lengths. This in cident caused great amusement nnd was the talk of thetrack. . Weather clear and track fast. Results : First rnce. seven furlongs , selling : Bo True won , J J T second , 1'aralccct third. Time ; 1:29. : Second race , seven furlongs : Colonel Cluke won. Nellie Prlnco second , Nunkey Me third. Time : 1:30. : Third race , one mile , gelling : > FcrralI won , 'Molo ' second , lileanor Holmes third. Time : 1:43. : Fourth rnce , handicap , ono nnd one-six teenth miles ; Krli-s Krlnglp won , Sir Rolla second. Jolly Roger third. Time : l:4Sii. : Fifth rnce , six furlongs , selling : Zanrtto won. Flop second , Hop Scotch third. Time ; l:14Ji. : CHICAGO , Oct. 31.-Weather clear and track heavy. Results : First race , one imlle , selling : Nora C won. Vlo Lament second , Terrenti third. Tlmu : l:04'fe. : Second race , ono mile , selling : Yoloco won. Mont Kngle second , Man of Honor third. Time : 1:4616. : Third nice , live nnd one-half furlongs : O'Connell won. Algantta second , May Hcuch third. Time : 1:1014 : , Fourth rare , one mlle and fifty yards : Hardy Nuttrr won , Kd Tlpton second. Monongah third. Time : 1:4'JW. : Fifth race , five and one-half furlongs : The Lady won. Red Cross II second , Allanto third. Tlmo : isiov , , Sixth met' , one and tlireo-nlxtecntha miles , selling : Double Dummy won , Tappan sec ond. Mornnl third. Time : 2G3U. : SAN FRANCISCO , Oct. 31. Weather clear and track heavy. Oakland result u : Firm race , Futurity course' , nelllng : P. A. Flnncgnn won , Monda second , Master Lee third. Tlmo : 1:10. : Second race , three-nunrters of n mile , purno : Jennie Reid won , High Hoc second. Tourist third. Tlmo : 1:11 % . Third race. , threc-nunrtcrs of a mile PUI\ > : Ow.lor Joe won , Alaska second , Bchlllcr third. Time : lilbM. Fourth race , hevun-elghths of a mile , sell ing : Lovtlal won , Ringmaster second , Jolly JJrlton third. Time : 1:31V4. Fifth rnce , futurity rourse , celling ; Gauntlet won. Alice Goodwin second , Tulla- inoro third. Time : 1:15. : Sixth race , Ilvi-Olghtha of nj mile , selling : The HufToon won , Hamboulla second , The Echo third. Time : lOIj ; ! , Daniel was left at the post. NKW YORK , Oct. 31. Results : Flrn rave , six furlongs : Magic Ll\-ht won , Armor second , Olean third. Time : 1:103-5. : Second race ; one mlle nnd seventy yards , selling : Larva won , Village Pride second , Jnando third. Tlmo : 1:51 , Third rnce , live and one-half furlonga ; Mlsa Hanover won. Carbuncle second , Sid ney Lucas thlitl. Time : 1:102-6. : Fourth race , one and oni-alxteenth miles : Chnrentus won , Intrusive second. Fllon d'Or third. Time ; 1:52. : Fifth race , ono und one-sixteenth miles , gelling ; St. Lorenzo won , Brisk si-coml. At- lantus th'rd. ' Time : 1:511-5 : , Sixth race. 6 > ven furlongs ; Richard J won. Scotch Plaiq second , Ijxlt third. Time : 1:30. : Shniiirofk lovn Nut Hull. NIJW YORK , Oct. 31.-By reason of the jicuvy southeuatern sulo the yacht Sham- rook , which wan to have sailed todaj' , re- mMnrd nt Its Anchorage oft Liberty Island. The steam yacht Krln Is at anchor north of Shamrock nnd within Jinlllng distance. ( Inn * Dcfcntn McFmlilen. 'NI3W YORK , Oct. 31. At the Broadway Atihletlc club Joe Onns received the dc- clflon over George McFndden of New iork after one of the hardest fight * witnessed In this club for a Ion * time. This lo the third bout between the men. _ The lending event of the season , Jeffries * Sharkoy fight , will be received by rounds at Cllft Colo's saloon , 1409 Douglas street , Fri day evening , November 3. CAMPAIGN IN SOUTH DAKOTA Prcnn Ilnn Mttlc to Sny , the I'roiinrtniiilii llelnn Sprcnil lj' Ijcim I'uhtle Menu * . P1EHRE , S. U. , Oct. 31. ( Special. ) The present campaign Is working peculiarly In this state. The fusion press , evidently act ing under orders , Is saying very little about It , only nn occasional radical breaking through the evident Instructions to keep still , The printed matter which Is being used Is principally In the way of circulars attacking the present euprcmo bench and which are not given the publicity ot the newspapers , but nre sent out to the voters. In drawing up this circular some smooth work wns done. Cases were taken up and n construction placed upon the decisions which suited the populist management , but they were very careful not to glvo the dotes when the decisions were handed down , which they claim to ahow up. A little Investiga tion shows that most of them were rendered before Judges Fuller and Honey were on the bench and to glvo dates would glvo away the whole case which the populists are at tempting to make. Estimated of the total vote which will bo cast In the state this year , made by leaders ot both parties , place It at from 50 per cent lo 60per cent. Thin estimate Is largely based on the matter of general Indifference In years when there ore no local ofllccs to fill and tbo further fact that it IB almost Impossible for farmers to secure help with their fall work and their disinclination to leave their fields to vote when they nre so far behind with their work. In the towns of course the vote will bo generally polled and In the past the town vote has been generally republican. Another factor In favor of the present bench being re-elected Is thftt many populist members of the bar over the state will sup port the republican nominees. Theoo men , having transacted business with the present bench , know full well that the charges of their party managers have no foundation and believe that the Judicial affairs of the state are In good bonds and should be con tinued so. WOMEN'S CLUBS IN BLACK HILLS. Ten Onranltntlonii ProDOHc to Form a South Dakota I.cnirnc. HOT SPRINGS , S. D. , Oct. 31. ( Special. ) The Black Hills Federation of Women's Clubs will hold Its annual meeting at Load City on November 10 , when It will elect officers and transact other business matters Incident to the closing ; meeting of the year. The federation meets quarterly , but elects officers annually. At this meeting the women propose to discuss the proposition of form ing a state federation and think there Is no opposition to the movement. There are ten women's clubs in the Hills that belong to the federation. Owing to the amount of Important busi ness matters that will come before the No vember meeting the literary program will bo brief. The Shakespeare cluU of this place will give a paper on "Art , " Mrs. Col onel Kellar being tha author , and the Thursday club of Deadwood will have a paper. Besides there will bo a few numbers of vocal and Instrumental music. South Dakota State Ilotinc PIERRE , S. D. , Oct. 31. ( Special. ) State Treasurer Schember has not censed In his efforts to take up outstanding securities against the state and is now attempting t- } secure $70,000 of the outstanding bonds. As no bonds are. due , or will bo due for several months , It is hard to find holders who are willing to surrender the securities , but Treasurer Schember will secure them if possible. Land Commissioner Eastman has begun the work which he had in view when he secured on additional deputy for his office. That is , the making of plat books of the various tracts of land owned by the state. When the work which has been com menced by the commissioner is completed the character and topography ot every tract can be told In the office. It will take sev eral years to secure all this , but when It Is completed on estimate of the value of tha land can be made by referring to the plat books and learning Its character. New Eatable * ou the Market. ABERDEEN , S. D. , Oct. 31. ISpeclal. ) The "deslpota" factory which has been under construction for eeveral months is at last completed and Is now under cpentkm. Inquiries as to the nature of the product and orders for it are being received from all over this country , and also from for eign countries. The product called "deel- pota" is desiccated or klln-drlod cooked pota toes resembling little broken pieces ot vermicelli. It can be transported to and will keep In any part of the world. The fac tory consumes about 500 bushels of potatoes dally and employs trom seventy-live to 100 persons when In full operation. Joint AlU'iiclcH to lie Aliollnlieil. ABERDEEN , S. D. , Oct. 31. ( Special. ) For several years the various cxprcia com panies doing business In this state have op- crated under Joint agencies at all the prin cipal competing points. It la understood tbU deal has not proved satisfactory In some respects and that arrangements are already contemplated by which the joint agencies will bo nbollehed and each express company maintain a separate office. Dnnm In the IliinRr Country. PIERRE. S. D , , Oct. 31. ( Special. ) The building of dams In the iange country stll continues , W , P. Oakes has returned after finishing the blggeit dam In the state o South Dakota. The dam proper Is thirty-six feet high , 100 feet wide on the bottom and 400 feet long. It is located at Water Lilly creek. St. I.oulH Carrion .Silver. NEW YORK. Oct. 31. The steamship St. Louis , Killing for Southampton tomor row , will take out 254,000 ounces of sliver. AVUe Precaution , Chicago Post : "I nra th'lnklng of going Into politics , " ho sold thoughtfully. "What ! " exclaimed his wife. "Yea ; some of the party leaders have been to mo and they assure me that I would be a very strong man and almost certain to bo elected. " "John Henry , " she said , "you're worth J2.000.000 , aren't you ? " "Easily that. " "Well , you Just assign everything over tome mo and then go to the party leaders anc tell them you've done it , and then If they still consider you a strong man nnd wen you to run for office I won't say a word It Is Just as well for you to find out at the start In what your strength lies. " CASTOR IA For Infants aud Children. iiie Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of EXPOSITION ENDS IN CAIETY Midway Bevels Bun Their Expected Oonrto Quito Haimlestly , SEVERE WINDSTORM HINDERS THE FUN Crovril * Thronr * ( Jromul * DnrlnR Knrly 1'nrt nt r.vonlnir niul Kill Auditorium tnr the I.tint Ilnnil Concert. With no more nud not very much less nds hau was generally expcctcl tha Greater America Exposition officially closed Us sates last night and passed Into memory , illgh revelry was tlio order of the night , > ut the wlnJa blow from the tour quarters of the earth , bringing blinding clouds ot sand nnd dust , and it was only the most tireless who braved the elements until mid night. Aa was natural , Interest centered on the Midway. The crowds there were almost an even match with those ot last year , nt least during the early hours , and the tun , whllo a ehado moro orderly and raoro nearly frco 'rom rascality , was a furious whirl while It astcd. The ilerco cold wind and the dark ness took away tome of the spirit of the lolly rioters , though there were plenty ot times when to venture across the Midway was a hazardous undertaking anil was a severer course In wrestling than the Tcr- rlblo Turk ever wont through. The forms of amusement were the Earao old ones that were Used on the Midway last year or on the streets down town the nights of Ak-Sar-Bcn week. . Groups of two , six or a dozen people , arm-in-arm , went thickly up and down , jostling one another and sur rounding the unfortunates who happened In their paths. People threw things nt each other and hit each other on the heads and shoulders with bundles ot long straw , wooden paddles , strips torn from muslin signs or any old thing. Strangers Joined each other In playing silly tricks on other strangers nnd the others were too good- natured or too prudent to do anything but retaliate In kind. The wind Interfered with the use of the so-called confetti and other forms ot hilar ity had to be substituted. One of these , enjoyed more by the perpetrators than the victims was a rope In the hands of four or six boys , used to enclrclo any group of girls found unprotected. Once In the meshes the girls took a forced but giddy spin BO long as the boys' strength held out. This joke was carried so far In one Instance that two women weio thrown to the ground , but they suffered no serious consequences beyond sadly ruffled tempers. Toan onlooker not thoroughly grounded In the ethics of a last night on the Midway things might have ooked a bit too boisterous , but these who were thoroughly In the spirit of the occasion and wore not pushed over and trampled on at least twice felt neglected. DellMtcdt'H l.UKt Concert. The auditorium was crowded early In the evening by the friends of Bellstedt and jls players , who came to hear them for the fist time In Omaha this season. The pro gram" was rather a popular one , only two numbers being exceptions. One of Bellstedt's own marches opened and was followed by a really' new arrangement of "Hot Time. " The audience rose at once to the suggestlvc- ness of the pteco In connection with the occasion and 'remained ' In a happy mood [ or the rest of the concert. The flnalo was the "Star-Spangled tBannor" and It aroused in the nudlencq something like the en thusiasm with which It used to bo greeted " last summer. 1r An amusing fu'&dcnt happened just before the concert began. Mayor Moores walked out upon the 'stage and announced that It bad been the Intention of the management to charge on admission of 10 cents to the auditorium , but that on account of a mis take the doors had been , thrown open and the people allowed to rush In. Ho asserted that he was golnfe to make every man and woman present pay 10 cents and immedi ately sot eight or ten men to passing the hat. The crowd was taken by surprise , but willingly paid up. After several numbers had teen played , 'Mayor ' Moores appeared again and said that an expert estimated the number of people In the hall at 3,500 nnd the collections amounted to just $350. Ho told the people they had done > their duty and that they should go and enjoy them selves. The police handled the crowd exceedingly well. Once In a. while they found It nec essary to break up a too lively "free-for-all , " but they did this with as much gentleness as possible and 1 > ere In mind the fact that any ono en the Midway was willing to Jostle and be jostled. The failure of the lights was a feature of the evening. The are lamps were burn ing , 'but the Incandesccnts on the 'buildings , which were relied upon to a great extent for the lighting of the grounds , were bright for but a quarter of an hour. During the afternoon the firemen at the power house , meeting a refusal of their demand for their October wages , drew the llrcs and walked out. They were replaced by others In time to start 'the lights a little while , but It was soon found that some one had shut off the water supply to the boilers. The new men failed to locate HID right water main and so there wns nothing to do but draw the fires wnd let the lights go out. The Klnnl lloiiiiil-ir > > . There were few accidents to mar the fes tivities of the last night. Eddie Smith of the Red Wind Mill fell from a stage when the lights were turned out and received n bad brulso on the head that will lay him up for a while. Several other minor matters were attended to at the hospital , but the night was comparatively free from unpleas antness of this sort ; One of the best features of the closing was the extremely able manner In which the police force handled the crowds. There had been many rumors of trouble , but the officers were forewarned and were on the spot to see that nothing was started that got out of their control. Captain Hayes , who has been on the grounds for some time , was busy all the evening looking after his handful of guards and Acting Chief Donahue , ably assisted by CAptnln Her and Sergeants WolBonborg nnd Whftlen , kept the big crowds In good order. Officers patrolled the streets two by two and whenever there was the slightest Indication of trouble they were on the spot without further ndo. The move that finally dispersed the people wns the closing at 11 o'clock ot the places where drink was sold and , as soon ns this was done , the moro boisterous clement , from which trouble was expected , went down town. There was comparatively no stealing and , ns far as could bo ascertained , there was no destruction of property. By 12 o'clock the Whlto city was almost deserted and darkncco reigned supreme. As the clock struck the hour , twenty-one guna boomed ncrota the deserted Lagoon In fare well to the Greater America Kxposltlon nnd the reverberations had hardly died out be fore the gates had ceased clicking for the night nnd the show passed Into history , Crcdltnrn Arc llimy. After keeping a man on watch for two days and thrco nights and braving the ter rors of the whole exposition police force , Constable Hon&cl succeeded Monday night la carting away the miniature Ferris wheel In the Manufactures building , The wheel Is the exhibit of a certain carpet sweeper factory , and the officers ot the law took possession of It on an attachment Issued by Justice Long In favor of the Greater Amer ica Transfer company , which paid the freight on It and hauled It to the grounds. When the constable appeared with a wagon Monday evening the exposition guards warned him that they wore under orders not to permit the removal of the wheel nnd that they would resist even to the point of doing some shooting. The con stable's man , so he claims , had previously heard an order given the guards by two directors ot the company , which ran : "Don't pay any attention to any officers , no matter what papers they've got or what judge Issued them. " But the constable backed hla wagon up to the door and he and hla men laid hold of the wheel. FlcJ'ng ' thomiclves Ignored , the exposition guards sped away to a tele phone and called up the metropolitan po lice. Whllo they were doing this the wheel was loaded and the wngon started for the gate. The gatekeeper refused to open the gates , but Honsel brushed him aside by force and another man threw the gates open. As the victorious court officers rode away a patrol wagon full of bluccoats came down the sVreet on the run toward the gate. But the property was out ot the grounds and there was nothing to do to save It. Constable Hcnecl also succeeded In at taching gale receipts to the amount of $235 on behalf ot the same creditor and ho dis putes the story given out at the grounds , that he was thrown over the trnniom for his pains when ho came back after getting the flret money box. He aays that he took all the money on the first trip and carried away all he laid his hands on. Tuesday the exposition management sent a man around to the gates every fifteen min utes to collect the money taken In and keep It out of the hands ot court officers armed with attachment papers. Two men armed with heavy sticks followed the collector con stantly and It Is said that the directors gave orders for the guards and other em ployes to fight for possession ot money or other property. The creditors of the expo sition have In the past few days swooped down upon It like a pack of hungry wolves and they become more ravenous as the end approached. The exposition resisted the service of almost every attachment or re plevin paper sent out there , but the efforts avail little , as the court officers paid no at tention to "bluffs. " Last week the furnishings ot a saloon on the Midway were replevlncd by the owner. The constable serving the papers loaded the goods and then had to draw a revolver oo the exposition guards to get his wagon'out of the grounds. Tomorrow the furnishings of another cafe on the Midway will be taken and the prospects are that tonight and to morrow will witness the service ot number less court processes In favor of creditors. Twenty-eight attachments were sworn out by the officers of tbo exposition company against the concessionaires In the Interna tional building and a few peanut and trot tnmalo men around the grounds. Many ot these EUlta will be settled out of court , but some of the dealers In oriental goods are expected to make a fight. The defendants owe the exposition balances on percentages. MORE EXPOSITION TROUBLE G , Foster Fllcn Injunction Suit to Prevent Aliened Danger of 'Wrecking III linllillirff. George G. Fester , through bis attorney , has died Injunction proceedings against the ex position management and the Chicago Wrecking company. Tbo plaintiff sets forth that he Is the owner of a two-story frame Louse situated upon lots 5 and C , in Platnvlew addition to the city , and that ho leased the house five months ago to the ex position management at a monthly rental of $100 , the building to be used for exposi tion purposes. The suit is based on the allegation that ono month's rent Is overdue and that the exposition management will , unless re strained by order of court , permit the wrecking company to raze the building along with other wreckage. Therefore an enjoin ing order Is prayed. This suit Is only one out of many that have recently resulted from exposition negotiations. Other suits brought during the day were by Ureley Flaraboe , owner of a house leased to the exposition management , and by the II , F. Cody Lumber company. Mr. Flamboe recites In his petition thnt the Chicago Wrecking company will , If there 1 no court Interference , carry nway numerous Improve ments that hnve been added to this building and which nro there as a part of his con tract , He prays for n restraining order. The lumber company sets forth thnt It holds liens upon * many of the exposition buildings no security for material furnlihed and that If the wrecking company IB not enjoined , nit Its security will be taken nway. RECEPTION 10 CHANCELLOR Ilenil of Nrlirimkn Stntc UtilvomHy In ( IreHril I > V tltr SUiiU-ntx niul Prlvmln. A delightfully Informal reception wi\9 given In the Public Comfort building Tues day afternoon for Chancellor nnd Mrs. C. 13. Dcesey of the State university. The rooms were bright for the occasion with ninny ( lowers nnd the handsome cisltimcs of the women made a pretty scene. In the receiv ing line with Chancellor nnd Mrs. llcsscy were Prof , and Mrs. II. II. Ward , Prof , and Mrs. K. II. Harbour , Dr. nnd Mrs. Davis. Mr. nud Mrs. Dan Wheeler , Mr. and Mrs. Clem ent Chase , MUs Pcnnock , Miss Flfcr , Mrs. A. C. Pcnnock , Mrs. Henry Human ami Messrs. I'lzcy and Krwln. The above party also took n 11 o'clock breakfast with Miss Pcnnock nt the Madison hotel and thor oughly enjoyed a happy little Informal gath ering. Many university students took advantage of the opportunity to pay their respects to the chancellor and the scarlet and crcnm ot the university were much In evidence. The affair wns under the auspices of the newly formed university club , of which the follow ing nro members of the executive commlt- tco : Clement Chase , n. 11 , Davis , Eilson Rich , Mr. Plzcy , Miss Flfer , Miss Pcnnock and Prof. Benedict. 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