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Frit!")*. November 7, 1010
Come to Lewiston
V; -AND ATTEND
The Biggeft and Beft
Livestock Show & Sale
of the Northwest
BIG PURE BRED SHORTHORN SALE—NOVEMBER 12th
BIG PURE BRED HEREFORD -NOVEMBER 13th
BIG PURE BRED SWINE AND SHEEP SALE— NOV. 14th
GOVERNOR DAVIS OF IDAHO NOVEMBER 11th
HON. DUNCAN MARSHALL NOVEMBER 11th
.... Minister of Agriculture, Alberta
GOVERNOR HART OF WASHINGTON.. NOVEMBER 12th
JUDGING CONTESTS BY SCHOOLS AND YOUNG
FOLKS NOVEMBER 10th
NIGHT SHOW AND SALT LAKE OPERA
• QUINTETTE NOVEMBER 11th
PROMINENT MEN WHO WILL JUDGE AND CRY:
Honorable Duncan Marshall, Alberta, Canada.
M. Armentrout, Botna, lowa.
C. F. Burke, Pueblo, Colorado.
W. J. Hather, Ore, Nebraska.
Col. W. B. Cropsey, Lewiston, Idaho.
C. E. Walks, Moscow, Idaho.
Band Music and Salt Lake Opera Quintette, Daily
Special Banquets, Entertainments, Dancing Every Evening
TEN-ROUND BOXING EXHIBITION
Sailor Lawson vs. Jesse Reed
Temple Theatre, November 12th
Exhibition under the juristietion of State Boxing Commission
It is a Show and Sale that no person interested in Live Stock
can afford to miss; approximately $50,000 in cash premiums.
COMEBring the Entire Family View the Live Stock of
Northwest Livestock Show and Sale
On the Spokane-Lewiston-Portland Tri-State Circuit
Lewiston, Idaho, Nov. 9 to 14
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ALL-AG. FAIR TO BE
BIG EVENT THIS YEAR
Organizations on Campus to Be
Featured— Have Special
Wire for Game
| One of the biggest events of the
i college year will bo the All-Ag Fair,
1 which is to be held in the old S. A.
T. C, mess hall just south of College
| hall, this coming Saturday, Nov. 8.
The committees have been doing
their utmost to make this affair a
| real sucecss, and they have snared
1 neither time nor expenses in getting
the best of everything.
The main attractions will be the
exhibits of agricultural products of
: many kinds, including animal hus
bandry exhibits, the apple show, dis
plays of farm machinery, dairy prod
| ucts, and cereal crops . The homo
economics girls will have a display of
dressmaking and needle craft as well
as demonstrations of their cooking
. abilities. All these exhibits are to
j occupy the main floor of the barracks
I and these alone will comprise the
main part of the fair.
On the top floor of the building
and separated from the exhibits will
be the side shows ami concessions.
These will be mostly home talent
j affairs but since there is consider-
J able talent among the students, these
. all promise to create much merri
ment for the visitors.
The baby show will be a very in
teresting part of the events and will
consist of "babies" entered and dec-
I orated by the different fraternities.
The following organizations are en
tering "babies": Pi Beta Phi, Kap
pa Alpha Theta. Alpha Chi Omega,
Delta Delta Delta, Bryan house, Was
taco house, Wlllard house, Mitra
club, and Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Several of these have promised to
enter both a side show and an entry
In the baby show. The horticultural
department will have a cider mill In
operation just across from the pie
booth. Prizes Will be offered for the
best side show and 25 per cent of
proceeds go to the entries.
Aside from all these attractions,
there will be student judging con
tests in all departments.
There will be a leased wire from
i I Portland giving a detailed account of
! I the game between W. S. C. Cougars
•| and the University of Oregon. These
:i reports will be given out in the
The, apple show alone has been
• heretofore an important event staged
i by the horticultural department, but
| with the confining of all agrieulural
i ' departments, this year's program
I I promises to be the best ever.
N The single apple display by the
\, home economics girls has always been
; ; an important feature of the apple
:: show and it is again open to co-eds,
i allowing entries to be made from
' j any town in the state and admitting
and variety, color, or shape, so long
as it is an apple.
The building will be heated, light?
i ed, and in good shape for the visitors.
There wil Ibe something of inter
est for everyone and the building
, will be thrown open at 10 a. m. Sat
i urday. All side show operators are
■ requested to have their equipment
| in readiness by 9:30 a. m. Saturday.
The farm dance will take place in
the gym and will be the final windup
of the day. The committee has re
quested that the girls wear either
gingham dresses or middy blouses
and that the boys wear soft collars
J and their second Lest clothes. This
! is so that everyone can be able to
| turn himself loose and have the best
j time of the whole year.
In addition to the above mentioned
! the following organizations have sig
; nified their .intention of entering
i with a stunt in the side show: Al
| pha Tau Omega, Gamma Delta, Phi
! Delta Theta. Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
j Kappa Sigma, the Dorm, Delta Sig
i ma, Lambda Chi Alpha, and Gamma
Cider apples, $15 ton. »
Bred Shropshire ewes.
Four pure bred Shropshire rams.
One pure bred Berkshire boar;
ready for service.
Bundle wheat hay, $20 per ton.
Three pure bred Berkshire gilts.
At the Germain Plaoe
Superior drill, drilled only 400
acres; also registered Percheron
stallion for salt* or trade, value $400;
160 acres of land, near Great Falls,,
' $30 per acre. Would consider trade.
j F. B. Young
j Phone van Pullman
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