The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, November 04, 1921, Page 13, Image 13

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Events of
Opening Day
Western Dairy Product Show, Big
government exhibit of butter, cheese
and milk. The best thing of it hind
ever seen on the Pacific Coast!
Hear Ye, Poultry Fanciers! See
the biggest Poultry and Rabbit
Show of the year! 800 Bunnies,
thousands of pedigreed fowls!
School Children Free. The Exposi
tion wants every boy and girl to
attend the 1921 show and have an
opportunity to win a cash prize sin
the Essay Contest. Tomorrow every
thing is free to school children!
Impromptu Horse Show
j Students' Judging Contest- Students
from western colleges, : compete,
iudging horses,' cattle, sheep and
swine. Judging begins 8:30 a. m.
Official 'Exposition Band
npOMORROW is that long-looked-forward-to day. Tomor
& row the massive gates of the $600000 pavilion swing open
on the greatest livestock show ever staged under one roof I
There's a fascination about pure-bred livestock that brings folks
back year after year to the Pacific International. Here is the vis
ible evidence of one of the West's great industries! It's the big
gest and best thing of its kind in all America. Come Tomorrow !
Children admitted free on Saturday! Eight days crowded full with
fun and interest! Eight days you can't afford to miss!
.Brilliant Horse Shows begin Monday night
and continue throughout week. Matinees
Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
Ex-Govenor Frank E Lowden speaks Tues
day at two o'clock. Fifteen thousand people
can hear him under cover. .
100 industrial exhibitors. Exhibits Hall is crowded full of interesting
and educational displays. Food, Automotive, Dairy Products, Cereals,
Refrigeration Plants, Electrical Supplies, Dry Goods and many others.
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Watch Next Weeks Papers for Each Day's Program
'Through Gar Service to Show
- Take Stock Show cars on Broadway direct to Exposition. 5c additional
fare from Kenton. Plenty of parking space forutomobilesV
' Get Tickets for Horse Show NOW!
On sale at Sherman-Clay Company's store, Sixth and Morrison streets,
also at Meier & Frank Co., Center Aisle. .
.Nights Reserved seats, $1, 75c, 50c, 25c. Matinees 50c.
General admission 50c