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TO-DAY IS TA
J For the instructive Visii JOIN IN THIS DRIVE To-day is the one appeal of the year for the work of the I. V. N. A. It is the great charitable work which concerns every man, woman and child in the City of Richmond: i ?Manufacturers who lose money through sickness of employees. ?Merchants, Bankers and other business men, too. ?Housewives who must watch the health ol: their household and servants. ?Fathers and Mothers who are deeply concerned over the health of their children at school and at home. V This is no cause which can be passed off as "just another Tag' Day"? and thoughtlessly dismissed with a small coin as the easiest way. It Is a Serious Cause? It is more than charity?it is a civic cause which makes for a greater, better, cleaner, happier city. A dollar will pay for two visits by the I. V. N. A. nurse. A ten-dollar note or check may save a life. Will you MAKE THE TAG YOU WEAR REPRESENT A REAL CONTRIBUTION WORTHY OF YOURSELF? Richmond Structural Steel Com pany Lininger-Alsop Company, Inc. B. F. Johnson Publishing Company Union Storage and Warehouse Company Virginia Railway and Power Com pany Davenport & Company Miller & Rhoads National State and City Bank Old Dominion Trust Company Union Bank of Richmond A Generous Giver The Purity Corporation Benj. T. Crump Company Richmond Stove Company Mutual Assurance Society of Vir ginia Smith & Hicks, Inc., Transfer and Storage, Distributors of White Trucks . ? ... The Tag You Wear May Represent a Life ,caved Suffering Eased Happiness Restored i j Read these brief figures of what Iihs been accomplished by t!??? Instructive Visiting Nurses, a body of self-sacrificing young women who hare made this their lifework: THE I. V. X. A. RECORD: ?First Tuberculosis Dispensary ?Aided in Pino Camp Movement ?First I'ubHc-School \urse ?Nurse for Probation Ofiiccr ?Social Service Nurse for Medical College of Virginia ?Industrial Nurse for Employers of l.alior ?Crippled Children's Clinic There Are Thousands of Workers to Be Nursed Back to Health THERE IS HUNGER, POVERTY, IGNORANCE TO BE RELIEVED BY INSTRUCTION AND PROMPT AID Generously Donated by John T. Wilson The Cohen Company Pollard & Bagby Whittet & Shepperson Murphy's Hotel Corby Baking Company W. M. Addison Miniborya Farm A Generous Giver Jones Brothers & Company Western Electric Company Southern Manufacturing Company Stephen Putney Shoe Company Larus & Brothers Company Richmond Forgings Corporation Richmond Dry Goods Company E. M. Crutchfield, General Agent Equitable Life Assurance So ciety of the United States Model Garage Corporation A. O. Swink, Manager for Vir ginia, Atlantic Life Insurance Company Sydnor Pump and Well Company Life Insurance Company of Vir ginia Tritfiuy.rtmiyg>:.:*& tvu.