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“MUSICAL ESSENTIALITIES,” BY H. FULLER,
Philadelphia, Pa., is a very desirable book for music-students. The treatise on time and rhythm is worthy the attention of every musical student. See advertisement.

THE LAWRENCE ORGAN MANUFACTURING
Company, whose advertisement will be found on another page, reports that their 7 and 71/3 octave Upright Organ, Piano-Case, is meeting with great favor. It is a fine ornament to a parlor or music-room. The tone-quality of the instrument and its mechanical appliances are first-class. Easton, Pa.

MR. W. S. B. MATHEWS HAS JUST PUBLISHED
a “Teacher’s Manual of Mason’s System of Pianoforte Technics,” in which he explains the rationale of the system, the advisable manners of combining exercises for daily practice, the method of practice for specific results, and a variety of other matter of great value to all piano-teachers. This manual does not take the place of the four volumes of “Touch and Technic,” and, in fact, cannot be used without them. It brings together the reasons and principles governing Mason’s methods, such as a text-book for pupils would not properly contain. Mr. Mathews’s work has been approved by Dr. Mason, who has ordered a supply for the use of his own students and assistants. The price is $1.50 per copy. Music Magazine Publishing Company, Auditorium Tower, Chicago.

A POSITION AS ACCOMPANIST DESIRED. WILL
travel with a good company. Best of references given. Address: Evelyn Moss, Talapoosa, Ga.

A YOUNG LADY PIANIST DESIRES A POSITION
as assistant teacher in some school, or as accompanist. Studied two years abroad. Address: S. E. V., care of The Etude.

A NOTICE TO TEACHERS—YOU CAN TEST THE
Shepard Method of Harmony by Correspondence without expense. Harmony and Analysis made practical for teachers and performers. New methods. Enthusiastic testimonials. Circulars. Shepard School of Theory, Carnegie Hall, New York City.

ZITHER-SOLOIST WOULD LIKE A FEW MORE
engagements for concerts. Miss Ida L. Falk, 704 Reaney Street, St. Paul, Minn.

FOR SALE—VIRGIL CLAVIER, REASONABLE.

Address: Miss Moss, 4100 Pine Street, St. Louis, Missouri.

FOR SALE—VIRGIL PRACTICE CLAVIER WHICH

has been used very little and is in good condition. Address: Mrs. Stella W. Stretch, New Castle, Ind.

LADIES WANTED TO WORK ON SOFA-PILLOWS.

Materials furnished. Steady work guaranteed; experience unnecessary. Send stamped envelope to Miss S. McGee, Needle-Work Department, Ideal Company, Chicago, Ill.

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