SIOUX CITY DAY.

August 25, 1898.

The Sioux City residents came in force to celebrate their day on the Exposition
Grounds.  They wore badges with the following legend:  "We are whooping it up
for the Mondamin Carnival, Sioux City, October 3, to 8, that's what we are
whooping for."  The Sioux City special was met at the north gate of the
Exposition by Manager Clarkson and Mayor Moores and members of the Omaha City
Council and escorted to the Auditorium, where the usual felicitations were
exchanged, with the following program:

Music
Address of Welcome  .    .    .    Mayor Moores of Omaha
Response  .    .    .    .    .    Mayor Quick of Sioux City
Music
Address   .    .    .    .    .    General Manager Clarkson
of the Exposition
Address   .    .    .    .    .    Solicitor Gill, of Sioux City