The Foolish Almanak Part 28

A mirthful book on all branches of finance, familiarizing the uninitiated with the funny side of losing money, while making Wall Street see the joke on themselves.

"The Author aims his witty shafts at the monopolists, railroads, banks, mines, insurance companies, and on every page there is something to provoke a smile."--_Boston Herald_

Over fifty characteristically funny ill.u.s.trations by Wallace Goldsmith.

_Uniform with "Foolish Dictionary". Cloth Price 75c_

JOHN W. LUCE _and_ COMPANY BOSTON _and_ LONDON

_Containing a Wealth of Nimble Jest_

_Foolish Etiquette_

written by that Brilliant Coterie so Giddy-on-Words, whose contributions to "The Foolish Dictionary," "Foolish Finance"

and "The Foolish Almanac" have made those books nationally notable, here appearing under the pseudonym of

_O. B. HAYVE_

Over 100 Characteristic Ill.u.s.trations by Wallace Goldsmith whose humorous sketches are such an important feature of _The Foolish Series_.

"Even more entertaining, we think, than either of its predecessors."--_Boston Advertiser_, June 25, 1906.

"Wit and cleverness."--_N.Y. Tribune_, June 30, 1906.

_Cloth, uniform with other books in this series, 7-3/8 x 4-1/2. 160 Pages. Price 75c_

JOHN W. LUCE _and_ COMPANY BOSTON _and_ LONDON

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