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Special Notices

CARL HOFFMAN, MUS. D., DIRECTOR OF MUSIC
in Baptist University, Raleigh, N. C., will accept engagement in Summer School to teach Piano, Harmony, and History of Music. Address: 228 Newbern Avenue, Raleigh, N. C.

SINGERS AND OTHER MUSICIANS WHO ARE
members of any church, and whose travels take them near Pittsburgh, Pa., and who would assist in Sunday church services, receiving modest remuneration, are requested to send word two weeks beforehand, with testimonial, to Music Committee, Second Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, Pa. The pastor is chaplain of the Actors’ Church Alliance.

YOUNG LADY DESIRES POSITION AS VOICE-
teacher in music-school. Reference. Frederic W. Root.

MUSIC LESSONS AND A HOME, WITHOUT
money, to the right young man who is over 21. Address: Landon Conservatory, Dallas, Texas.

FOR SALE—A VIRGIL CLAVIER. MRS. WOODS,
915 Pendleton Avenue, St. Louis, Mo.

FOR SALE—VIRGIL PRACTICE CLAVIER. IN
good condition. Address: C. P. Rhame, 363 Degraw Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.

COMPETENT PIANIST (YOUNG WOMAN) DE-
sires position in school, next year, to teach piano. Is also experienced pipe-organist, and has studied theory. Good references. Address: F. K., care Etude.

IN ANOTHER COLUMN IS AN ADVERTISEMENT
of Simmons’s piano-key cleaner. This is a little device which commends itself for its usefulness. It is having a large sale.

A CONSERVATIVE INVESTOR, WHO IS
bothered to know how to place his money to advantage so that it will be safe and yet produce a good income, will be interested in the proposition of the No Rub Manufacturing Company, of Boston, Mass. This company, which manufactures the widely advertised no-rub silver polish, has just been incorporated with a capital of $500,000, the intention being to develop the property which has hitherto not had adequate facilities for supplying the demand created by the excellence of the article.

A full illustrated prospectus, sent by The Union Trust Company, 248 Washington Street, Boston, Mass., will show you how an investment of $20.00 or $200.00 will let you in on the ground-floor of this enterprise.

MR. E. T. PAULL, AUTHOR OF THE CELEBRATED
“Ben Hur Chariot Race March,” “America Forever,” and others, has just completed a set of waltzes entitled “The Witch’s Whirl.” It is the general impression that this late composition is the best he has ever done. The waltz is purely descriptive, representing various  scenes appropriate, and will, no doubt, be a great teaching piece. It is easy to play. A special price will be given to any reader of The Etude for an introductory copy by addressing E. T. Pauli Music Company, 46 W. Twenty-eighth Street, New York. For a special offer to all readers of The Etude, see “ad.,” page 160 of this issue.

 

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