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A VIRGIL PRACTICE CLAVIER FOR RENT
cheap. Address: Director, Music Department Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pa.

WANTED—A SECOND-HAND VIRGIL CLAVIER.
Must be in good condition. Address: Miss Florence Campbell, London, Ky.

FOR SALE —A FRANKE (LEIPZIG) PIANO,
with the new “Janko Keyboard.” Cost $850; will sell for $300 cash. It is in first-class condition, and has a superb tone. I am prepared to teach the keyboard through the mail. R. P. Conrad, Director of Music, E. M. F. College, Meridian, Miss.

WHITE-SMITH MUSIC-PUBLISHING COMPANY
advertise this month, in another column, three novelties: Two beautiful albums of pianoforte music by Robert Coverley, entitled “Ten Ballads” and “Ten Sketches,” and “The Pianists’ Hand-extender” for increasing the extension and flexibility of the hand.

THE INSTRUCTORS OF THE SEVERN-WALKER
Conservatory of Music are sufficient guarantee of the highest class of work possible. They are: Francis Walker, the well-known baritone, author, and lecturer; Edmund Severn, a brilliant solo violinist, pupil of Bernhard Listemann and of Emanuel Wirth, of Berlin; Mrs. Edmund Severn, who studied piano with S. B. Mills and Xaver Scharwenka; Arthur Severn, a member of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, and a fine solo player. Ensemble instruction, both in playing and singing, will be directed by the principals.

“THE WITCH’S WHIRL WALTZES,” WHICH WILL
be found in the column advertisement in this issue of The Etude, of E. T. Pauli Music Company, is the latest and best set of waltzes on the market. It was written by E. T. Pauli, author of “Ben-Hur Chariot Race March.” The waltz is descriptive, representing dancing fairies, elves, old witch, etc. It is specially good for teaching purposes. It will pay any of our readers to take the time to look over the offers made, which can only be obtained by the readers of The Etude. See E. T. Pauli Music Company’s column advertisement on another page.

ALL OVER THIS COUNTRY THERE ARE MANY
girls and young women, with great musical talent, longing for means to pursue their studies. An opportunity is now offered for any girl to secure the advantages she desires. See Madame Pupin’s advertisement on another page, and write to her.

THE MICHIGAN CONSERVATORY, OF DETROIT,
under the direction of Alberto Jonás, had a remarkably successful season last school-year, enrolling nearly four hundred pupils, and for this season nearly all the old pupils and over two hundred new ones are enrolled. Thorough courses in Piano, Organ, Violin, Singing, Theory, Ensemble Playing, etc. Address: Frederic L. Abel, Washington Avenue and Park Street, Detroit, Mich., for full information.

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