There is no class of reading that will repay better the time and effort given than biography. In the Sale, inaugurated today, at Community Book Shop, one may find a wonderful list of books about the great, the interesting, and the accomplishing personages of this and other eras. A perusal of the following titles will convince the reader that here is an opportunity not to be missed. Unique are these books, and worth while.
"The Romance of Madame Tussaud's". Published at $6.00 and now offered at $1.75.
"Swinburne as I Know Him", by Comson Kernahan. Published by John Lane at $1.25 and now procurable at $0.60.
"The Young Nietzsche". An odd book by Frau Forster-Nietzsche. William Heinemann published this volume to $6.00. We offer it at $3.00.
"Napoleon at Work", by Colonel Vachee. This work published by A. & C. Black in England for the equivalent of $3.00 (when imported) is to be had at this sale for $1.40.
"The Autobiography of Sir Henry Morton Stanley" ! ! We are pleased to offer this wonderful story of a remarkable character at $3.00. Messrs. Houghton Mifflin Co., published the work at $6.50.
"The Medici Popes", by Herbert Vaughan. The story of Leo X and Clement VII. Methuen Co. brought out this work at $4.00, but the book may be had from Community Book Shop for $2.10.
"George Merdith". This book by J. A. Hammerton, the author of that delightful work, "Stevensoniana", is a great buy at the sale price of $1.65. It was published at $4.00.
"Oscar Wilde and Myself", by Lord Alfred Douglas. Do not hesitate to secure this book at the price asked. It is well worth it. Reduced from $2.50 to $1.25, it is a splendid buy.
"Cliaucer". This bibliographical manual by Eleanor Prescott Hammond was published by Macmillan at $3.00. Wouldn't you like to own the book? Our price is $1.60.
The titles given above are but a few of the biographies to be had in this sale. Come to "The Friendly Shop" and be pleasantly surprised by the treatment accorded you. Here is the book shop you have long been looking for.