LUMBERMEN'S DAY. HOO-HOO DAY September 9, 1898. The members of the Nebraska Lumbermen's Association furnished entertainment for the thousands who witnessed the log-rolling contest in the afternoon at the mirror of the lagoon, for a purse of $250. Delegates were present from Kansas City, Denver, Minneapolis and numerous cities in Iowa and Nebraska. A meeting of the Association was held at the Minneapolis Building at 2 o'clock P.M. after which the log-rolling contest took place. The first prize was won by T.H. Fleming of Eau Claire, Wisconsin. This day had also been set aside for the celebration of the societies of the Woodmen of the World. Their exercises were held in the Auditorium at 2 o'clock P.M. and consisted of the following program: Address of Welcome Mayor Frank E. Moores Music . . . By Male Quartette Address . . . C.C. Farmer, of Mt. Carroll, Illinois Music . . Omaha Concert Band After the exercises a competitive drill of two teams from the Alpha Camp #1 and the Columbus Camp #69 was held on the Plaza for a cash prize of $75.00 and was won by the Alpha Camp. While the lumbermen and the Woodmen of the World were celebrating thousands of Rock Ford, Colorado, melons were distributed free at the Horticulture building, and with all these sources of special entertainment this was one of the banner days of the Exposition.