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Monday, Feb. 2,1914.
Don't Forget to Ask for Votes When j^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ |r Bring the Children to See These Casts. Today We Inaugurated A SPECIAL SCHOOL VOTO CONTEST I***-I^********l**************-*********l****** To Decide Which Schools Are to Receive First Pick of the HISTORICAL PLASTIC CASTS Which Will Be Given Away Absolutely Papers for Bulletins*! T FCC tO tflG Ol 1 rICOITia to Standing of Contest. * * WV* CVf tAAV/ UVHWIQ XJI R C*\*\JlllC* Posted in gtore fin order to be absolutely fair as to which schools are to receive these casts, we are giving our customers the right to r "| ■ i vote, allowing one vote for each 10c purchase. Thus the schools showing the largest amount of enthusiasm and energy " /(* in gathering votes will receive as an earned reward first choice of these beautiful pieces of sculpture. -v^S""X ~\ Ail /^, '"-^ " A Life-Size Statue of Abraham Lincoln 'fins statue of the great emancipator, or, as lie is called, the Savior of [lis Country, is posed after the famous bronze 1 -p|i^Sij|^^ in Lincoln Park, Chicago, and modeled by Gironi. En it is recognized one of the grandest ami most beloved Prcsi- jS^\^^ii^^O^^\B^»Ali■;$ r,^- dents of the United States. This large statue of Lincohi is a favorite in grammar, high and normal schools all over -3^/%^ §*&»*&ZZ£ Wema.*P^&3\'■ the country. The statue stands seven feet high and weighs 300 lbs. Its cost, including the expense of getting it "Tv>uff J\s\ llalllllJiwr-V^SC here, was over $150.00. It will be on display on the THIRD FLOOR. Cml/fCT^^lh tributed^to w! n ,>0 (lis." o*^er Casts J JLa Other Casts «Mm£??sEnsr ■ parochial .and private AfA w (/fr*rt Are Washington Crossing the Delaware Schools W'ithiu the limits ™C W \MwJnL m^M C Learning that the BrlllHh with the Hessian troops were encamped In _ , - Of the city Of TaeOllia. - - « ffl a*BfeW T __• f_i U ISeW Jerße}'' where they would doubtless have Christmas festivities, LinCOln mi, I. • JOanOIArC WL Vf Fy Landing Of COIUmbUS Washington planned to mtm them on Christmas eve, 1776. With Is also represented in a beautiful u«_l SC f ° .Vonr Called to Duty /^K^Mt. Bacchantes Dancing the Indomitable courage aud pemeverenee that characterized him, bust, with easel, specially designed Children attend should be Treaty Of Peace / _*Cl(*iii A\W OmheUS Eurvdice md Washington mill his little armj braved tt angers of an Intensely as hall decoration for public build- amongst those to Pet first ci--_.it-. . / Wl\ \lii '/vi.''i' I\o> *\W H • > J ' cold stormy night, surprised the Hiitish at Trenton and captured over ings. The benevolent expression " , ,,?,.,, . Signing of the Declaration / '/flrl i V;VMi*?i \m Hermes 1.000 Hessians. in his faro, the kind but firm P" K < so < asf \ our ballots ° " ■ Jil M:Oll(;; '■ ;^g^|jl_|\ _. ... _. features, are realistically por- every time YOU visit our 01 independence I v ||M\lMrir:'.(^^S'^\ Children Dancing This Is modeled by Glroni from the famom painting in the Met oMhe Muuptortirt' maßterpieca store. Nike Binding Sandal MWfllll.i'CTrWi Fdeze Com Posed of B°ys """"""" "'" ' New York clty" Paul Reveres Ride llllfllfai^^iiiff with Trumpets \A/* f i C* #. _Pk ' Madonna and Child iWlX^^^Mwf^ Girls with Lyres . . winner Vaets rirst cnoice Boston Tea Party lln^:^%mM4 Giris with Lutes Voting Done in the Store The school receiving the largest number of votes by May 3 let, 1914, Landing of the Pilgrims J.IN^ fc^Jw/lllfwl Boys with Drums . . , , ,,.. ... . . . . , . . , __,_... 11l fl\_ -_>x_y//////i |r*i In order to relieve the claHs-room of any undes rahle nterference, al will be given first schoice of the entire lot of plaster casts. The school ///// WStrJwIiaIHXXA ■■_ • j . .• ■ _- , , , v . , , . ... . . ———__ HI li. V_V_f//_7l l_d I ____________________ voting will be done at the store only. Customers will receive their receiving the second largest number of votes wil receive siH-niid cio ro, I / V^V/f// Ihlvl i . _.■ .v. ■ ... , llm >. y/Ifil'lJ] |rt ballots from the cashiers as the? make their purchases and will deposit 8U H° °n' CHARGE CUSTOMERS lil it^^tmjilii I START TOMORROW Bame ln the ballot boxes at each entrance to the store before or on the IMPORTANT. nr-u _, . /// IL_>^#////7. 1 i> _• • date stamped on baok. The plan ,s this: give votes to ■ customers when they make P nr- *ll receive their votes at J^f/l [\ Begin your active campaign „ chases, one vote being counted for every 10-cent purchase. Tue cus- the time of making purchase. M /|jL__®K/' for gathering 111 Votes llimie- T}lK|K FHIKNDS anil v( , to wlth thonl on Ulplr Kohooli beral|se any tomer can vote for any school desired. Wait lint il Voiil' rlie,-k ,-omeS \\\ JW^^V///J diatelv. The ballot boxes school can win, provided there is enough entlnißlasm among Its pupils BALLOT IIOXKH AT EACH ENTRANCE TO TIIK STORK. » " „.. , / 111 _^7 XKApZzrAr//! I 1\ ... ' , . ... to win the contest. down from the office and Ml^^iiWr will be ready and with every Imeiemimimmmmm ~;~7T7jl with it will come the right }}A%_}J_7^Tfff!ifm'\\ il purchase you will receive f—__—— < ■■ j f\ sst^Y" 7"s number of votes. lW>rS^?lf '|ijiv^ilb?V v°tes. ,^ -W~^a%:'*r~~^i CONTEST STARTS mm. WTf!T^^^^ _T" • __• • • ANY SCHOOL WITHIN l m au,i Minerva xjjipP 8* 4^uuistiamm TmcrnruMTsc.'. h^ !/'uk^- ,!uS''S VIa ' :Us<" Ask f°r Th° ,I(l,'ss of wistlom, war and the libera! arts was fabled to have sprung full grown * tHTS PONT EST ri^W^^jf^f the voti-s ifthe vj.,i f .w, „.,,!, Ie aiul a ruled from tbe bead of ,1 upiter. She was known among the ancients by manj ' ; ' il CtWhKW^^— - inC'olCSlTTnesaiespCopie names, such as Pallas Athena and Parthenos. r""1" ;M"1 look ;it t,ir . do not give them to you. No piece of classic sculpture is more ,appropriate or more universally liked for statues. ■^^^p-^^T^^TS ■^H*|^^M^^^3i%"S school decoration. It is generally placed in Paradise facing two entrances or in As ''to^iJl!£rf7_iPk^*ww seinl.lv Halls. On display THIRD FLOOR . 'lff<MJ^l^vr>< -^^^^i Some of the Schools Entered in the Contest Are ll'^ssagferl 1 " •m—~~~——» '■» ■■■■*■■■■■■•■■ U But KIN SCUL-PTUU CO- Bostum, Mas etoronciyiuttca.BonaiM^ Stadium High School Jefferson School Aquinas Academy Lowell School , . \e T a. . . Bryant School Lyons School De Koven. Hall Horace Mann Bchool Tk« <?nJ^t nf '7fi Washington at Central School Regents Park School Holy Rosary School McKinley School lne opirn or #0 Trenton Edison School Roosevelt School Manitou School Oakland School 2tolSt»rSl^2r2 At the battle of Long island. Pern Hill School Washington School j Whitman School Park Avenue School Marbiehead. Mass. tt is sym near Brooklyn, Washington was Franklin School Academy of Visitation St. Leo's Parochial School Point Defiance School . boiic ot the intense spirit ot de and^n^Zr'was'ob'.iged7^ Grant School St. Edwards HaU Lincoln School Rogers School igrwhYch^r^i^rdLTn^he give up New Tork. Again de- Hawthorne School University of Puget Sound Longfellow School Sherman School American Revolution, and by tE_& athrouJh New B 'jersey', Whitworth College Logan School Irving School Sheridan School Wiliard School Annie Wright Seminary ThV"wo« Wnd" reaching Pennsylvania with ■ , , ', , , i , l ed blowing his fife, with only 3,000 half starved sol- m calm e , preßß i oll of optimism S^wra «?tattoo" t%S™/ THIS PRIZE COMPETITION SHOULD BE OF EXTRAORDINARY INTEREST. THE CASTS ARE REAL PIECES OF ART AND "d fearless heroism bound to oeceTber M. 1776, and erincel SOME OF THE! HAVE COST MORE THAN $150. BUT ALL ARE EXTREMELY VALUABLE AS PIECES OF ART AND OF GREAT £!Ve tor, TLtl ™et "IK S/ fH^SFi mla EDUCATIONAL VALUE. j™-™* bojj-^li teen, and ELHHSriK Don't Forget to Vote For Your Favorite School Tomorrow S^p"Eirß,J'rrßU,thJ * '■'»■■■ ■ ■■i--i in- i -i- -1 ■*— — ■»»*■!■ ii ■■ -iiii.ii i. mnm i i , ii . i ■ i ■ii_.i Ml ■—-_■■■■■■——ii , ■■ii-imi,^wn in i "■"■ in ii ma i i ■ — ■*wp**«'-****» ■■ n ■.■! i n..i iimm h ■■ 11 i m I.—ih.i-iih m ■■■ i ■ ■ l . HHMMaai^aHH _^_ BMM^_| THS TAOOMA*TIMES. i*AGE THBE'JL