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art .-str i rlS THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 16, 1909. COMING l.pw.l.iin.iiiii i -n... ii. ,., I 1 lit DAY and Si May 21 and 22 .Xa r-j:r waft-, - r ' "-7. ..,'.. - , ... i. .L,'Ll-'.-',! ,i iimiu I x. 1 i I M B iBSli?' SF YOOH DIMPS ....... v k-:.?.- V "x . -7-4:4 -vw.-; i.'-V. On Friday and Saturday, May 21st and 2Lnd, tlic school children of Phoenix will endeavor to sell enough tags at 10 cents apiece to place SAXITAIIY DIJIXK IX(! FOrXTAlXS in all the schools of the city, as well as in the city hall and county building. A large percentage of contagious diseases are carried through the Drinking Cup, and we feel certain that every resident and visitor in Phoenix on these two days will help the school children follow the example set them by almost evn-y Pal die School in the land. It is not a question of giving them a luxury but of saving human lives, of giving the Phoenix school children a PKEVEXTAT1VK against Tuberculosis, Dyphtheria, Typhoid Fever and scores of other diseases that rob us of hundreds of young lives every year. The following Prizes will be given to the boys and girls selling the greatest number of Tags on Friday and Saturday, May 21st and 22nd. The easiest way of earn ing a valuable Prize ever presented in Phoenix. For further details regarding Tag Day, Prizes, etc., we request the girls to see Mrs. Mary A. Thompson at iv0 North Second Ave., and the boys to see Mr. Vernon Wright at Geo. Hagenian's Plumbing. Shop before Thursday noon, May 20th. 1st PRIZE 2nd PRIZE A $'i0 Bicycle to the boy or girl A Bath Room Outfit valued at selling the greatest number of Tags. The finest grade wheel on the market today. Now on ex hibit at Griswold's Bicycle Store. $20. Can be seen at Geo. Hage man's Plumbing Shop. To see it is to realize its value. 3rd PRIZE A $12 Medicine Cabinet, some thing that will be received with delight in any household. Also on exhibit at Geo. Hageman's Plumbing Shop. 4th PRIZE The one receiving fourth place in the Tag Selling Contest will be given a Knickerbocker Foun tain Brush, the best selling Fountain Brush on the market today. Can be seen at Geo. Hageman's Plumbing Shop. FIVE ONE DOLLAR PRIZES Five One Dollar Prizes will be given the next lucky ones in the Tag Selling Contest. . The proceeds from the Tags sold on May 21st and 22nd will meet all expenses, including the Foun tains, advertising, etc. Any surplus there may be will be placed in the fund of the White Ribbon Club of the W. C. T. U. for the $300 Fountain they are going to donate to the city. THESE FIXTURES INSTALLED BY mmm do n ppip .vt.':-v,.-'-vi Bsa a y ii ii u kbh e h h 32 North First St. Phone Main . (rf-1 i-f. 5vt?t;--4' !tl IC T 11 4. - -V ? - Si 7TT:TV ' . .t"77 . f. Wt3 m -r tt - m '. . ' .V- Ji,J - .