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FOR SALE. AN OLD VIOLIN MADE IN 1592, IN
good condition. An offer will oblige. Address: Box 22, Foutanet, Vigo County, Ind.

FOR SALE. FINE VIOLONCELLO OVER ONE 
hundred years old. Beautiful tone and in good repair. Price reasonable. W. H. Mershon, School of Music, Marion, Ind.

CHOIRMASTER — ORGANIST OF AMERICAN 
Church, Rome (4 years), returning to the U. S. A., wishes musical work, preferably a church position, with opportunity for pupils in piano, organ, voice-culture, and harmony. Age, 33. Would recom­mend successor to present post. Address Louis M. Lester, 58, Via Napoli, Rome, Italy.

PROF. ALBERT A. STANLEY, DIRECTOR OF 
the University of Michigan School of Music, ex­pects to sail, June 12th, to spend the summer in Europe. He will give a series of lectures in con­nection with a small party visiting Munich, Bay­reuth, and other points of art and music interest. The party is the second of this kind organized by what is known as the Bureau of University Travel, located at Ithaca, N. Y.

TEACHER OF VOICE-CULTURE, PIANO, AND
China-Painting, a Peabody student and teacher of several years’ successful experience, is open for an engagement. M. Angela Murphy, Afton, Virginia.

AGENTS WANTED—LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
can make profitable use of their leisure time by visiting Catholic Clergymen as agents for a new and successful publication. For particulars address: Publisher, P. O. Box 1870, New York.

E. T. PAULL MUSIC COMPANY’S SPECIAL OFFER
to the readers of The Etude, found in their column “ad.” on another page in this issue, is well worth the time it takes to read same over. Teachers and all persons who use sheet music will find it to their interest to take advantage of some of the special offers they make. Look for the column which has the heading “E. T. Pauli Music Company’s Best Publication” on another page in this issue.

MR. W. MARKS. DEAR SIR: I HEARTILY AP
prove of your “Kinder” Adjustable Foot-Rest and Pedal-Extender as being well adapted for its intended purpose. The advantages which you claim in your circular, in resting the feet and bracing the body, are reasonable, and appeal at once to common sense. Your Pedal Extender is of great use for children by making it possible for a beginner to give early atten­tion to the proper use of the damper or open pedal, a most important agent in the cultivation and de­velopment of a musical ear. Yours truly, William Mason, New York, April 7, 1902.

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