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N its new, attractive, dress has met with the enthusiastic approval

of the press and public. We have received hundreds of letters of congratulation and encouragement for the large, handsome

magazine we are now furnishing. The press of the country has L

been especially hearty in its commendation and some astonish

ment is expressed that it should be left to the West to produce a publication having so many practical and excellent features. To all we return our sincere thanks, and renew our assurance that we will make the publication even better in the future. Our aim is to publish a maga. zine that will not only be a continuing record of our times but will contain in each issue something of practical value to the thousands of world's workers in every department of human activity.

A considerable number of subscriptions will expire with this issue From these friends who have stood loyally by the publication, we solicit a renewal, solely with the belief that we are giving good value for the money. If you, kind reader, are one of them, and your subscription has not already been forwarded, let us hear from you promptly, and thus avoid missing an issue. THE WORLD TO-DAY is but $3.00 per year and this amount cannot be expended in any other single magazine giving such a varied and large amount of practical and instructive information.

Coronation Pictures The next issue of

THE WORLD TO-DAY will contain a large number of illustrations of the Coronation of King Edward VII made from photographs taken by our own photographer who is now in London. These photographs will cover the leading features of the ceremony which has attracted the attention of the whole world.

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so many practical and excellent features. To all we thanks, and renew our assurance that we will make en better in the future. Our aim is to publish a maga. only be a continuing record of our times but will conve something of practical value to the thousands of n every department of human activity. ble number of subscriptions will expire with this issue s who have stood loyally by the publication, we solicit with the belief that we are giving good value for the kind reader, are one of them, and your subscription has forwarded, let us hear from you promptly, and thus

issue. THE WORLD TO-DAY is best $3.00 per ount cannot be expended in any other single magazine aried and large amount of practical and instructive

The next issue of

THE WORLD contain a large number of illustrations of n of King Edward VII made from photo

by our own photographer who is now in se photographs will cover the leading the ceremony which has attracted the the whole world,

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153-155 La Salle Street

....Chicago

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Entered at Chicago, IlI., Post Office as second-class mail matter.

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