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contains thought-inducing articles, such as
"WHAT HAVE WOMEN DONE
By George Creel
"THE NEXT STEP IN PRISON REFORM" By Richard Barry
"WHAT ABOUT RUSSIA?”
By James Davenport Whelpley
"THE CENTURY to-day is probably the
contains seven stories, including
"THE WORLD SET FREE"
By H. G. Wells
"THE EDUCATION OF POPO"
"WHAT HAPPENED AFTERWARD" By Charles Battell Loomis
handsomest of our monthly publications."
-New York Evening Post on the January Number.
THE SEVEN SEAS
Only 1050 Sets-Each Set Signed
A special representative was sent to England to arrange with Mr. Kipling the details of this autograph edition. The set has been issued in handsome binding, printed from a new "Kipling" face of type on fine rag paper bearing the water-mark:
Mr. Kipling worked over these volumes, making changes and suggestions, until he had them in the form in which he wished his work to be preserved.
As a further proof of his approval and association with every detail, Mr. Kipling has rearranged the literary material in the sequence in which he wishes it to remain, including new matter, now for the first time collected in book form, and has autographed the first volume of each set.
The Seven Seas Edition is sure to increase in value because of its beauty and its association with Mr. Kipling. It will be a possession to be handed down to one's children's children.
SPECIAL TERMS:-Great care is being exercised in issuing these volumes, and but one is to be published each month. We have arranged to have our customers pay for the books as delivered --$6.00 a month. This puts the almost invaluable Seven Seas Edition within reach of all Kipling admirers. Write us to reserve a set or if additional information is desired ask for descriptive circular.
Price $138.00 for a Set-6% Discount for Cash Order
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