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Given Away


Given Away Within the last few weeb there has been an overwhelming demand lor a remarkable book dealing with a subject of absorbing interest, a subject that interests both young and old, rich and poor alike. This little volume does no( ascend into the realms of visions; on the oorr trary, it tears aside the curtain that so oftei obscures our understanding of things, and it deals with plain, cold facts. It enlightens the man who is interested, and instructs and in forms the man who is ignorant. It tells of new fields and pastures green, and points—without fear or favour—to where those fields and pas- tures lie. This is not a book for the library shelf. It is a book to be read, and ean be read by the young as well as the old. It will serve m a fund of information for the former and a source of inspiration to the tatter. For everv careful thrifty man or woman it is one of tne books that is essential. One's education is not com- plete without having read ite thriihng and fas- cinating pages. The subject of money-making by modern methods is fully explained, and con- sidering the invaluable nature of the information imparted, it is done in such a masterly manner that your interest is at ita highest pitch from beginning to end. Nearly one hundred thousand copies of this I publication have already been distributed, and those who have read it through have sent for copies for their frienda. This book, that no one can read without benefit will, for a limited period only, be sent tree to all inquirer?. There in, of oouree, no tellin* how soon it may be impossible to procure furtner copies, and it would therefore be unwise to miss such an op- portunity Write at rnce—to-day—and you will receive a copy by return of poet. Simply send your full name and address (a postcard will do) to the publishers, Messrs. Arnold and Butler (Room .Al. 184, Holborn, London, E.C. The Book will be sent yon absolutely free 01 all cost, and you may keep it without Incnrrinii any (.ligation of any kind.





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