A TEACHER OF EXPERIENCE, GRADUATE OF
the Leipzig Conservatory and pupil of Leschetizky, desires a position as piano-instructor in a conservatory or college of music. Can give best of references. Address: J. A. H., care of M. Durkes, 33 Mill Street, Dorchester, Boston.
ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS—SONG OR PIANO
Solo. Send your M.S. for free examination. C. E. Daucy, 436 Manhattan Avenue, New York City.
YOUNG WOMAN OF EXPERIENCE DESIRES
position for summer, to teach piano and superintend practice of children. Excellent reference. Address: G. T., in care of Etude.
GOOD OPENING FOR EXPERIENCED TEACHER
of violin and string instruments. Correspond with T. Zender, Kenton, Ohio.
LADIES WANTED TO WORK ON SOFA PILLOWS.
Materials furnished. Steady work guaranteed; experience unnecessary. Send stamped envelope to Miss McGee, Needle Work Department, Ideal Company, Chicago, Ill.
AN EXPERIENCED AND SUCCESSFUL CONSERV-
atory director, teacher of Piano, Voice, and Harmony, with best of testimonials as to ability and Christian character, desires a position in a college or school. Salary a secondary consideration. Address: Bachelor of Music, care of The Etude.
WANTED: GOOD PIANIST AND VOCALIST TO
teach and take charge of the piano and vocal department in a flourishing conservatory of music. Also desires the services of a good violinist and one who can also teach piano. Send references, programs, and repertoire. Address: “R,” in care of Etude, Philadelphia, Pa.
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