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VIOLIN PERFECTOR. IT GOES IN THE BRIDGE.
Evens the strings, improves the tone, ease of bowing, ease of fingering, carrying power, and every desirable point in a violin. It pleases all. Price, 35 cents, pd. to your address. M. P. McKoon, 346 Seventeenth Street, San Diego, Cal. Send 10 cents extra for illustrated description of new and better form of violin bridge.

FOR SALE—ESTABLISHED MUSIC SCHOOL, 250 STU-
dents, growing; brightest possible prospects. Net income past season $250.00 month; choicest part of Chicago; unusual opportunity for piano and voice teacher. $1000.00, or exchange for like business in California. Address “Conservatory,” care Etude.

FOR SALE, NEW VIRGIL CLAVIERS, “FOUNDATION
Exercises” (10 copies), “Zwintscher Technic,” (5 copies) greatly reduced. 470 Main Street, Orange, N. J.

PRACTICAL NORMAL COURSE FOR PIANO TEACH-
ers in two weeks, daily lessons. See advertisement of Shepard Theory School.

SEND FOR FREE SPECIMEN LESSON OF THE SHEP-
ard Correspondence Harmony Course. New methods, new results. See advertisement this issue.

SENT FREE FOR INSPECTION, “HARMONY SIMPLI-
fied,” by F. H. Shepard. Seventh edition. See advertisement this issue.

LADY DESIRES POSITION AS TEACHER OF VIOLIN. V.,
care of The Etude.

AMATEUR COMPOSITIONS CORRECTED AND RE-
vised for publication. Examination fee, $1.00. Address with stamped envelope: Waldemar Malmene, Mus. Bac. Cantab., 2736 Lawton Avenue, St. Louis, Mo.

THE BURNING OF ROME MARCH, E. T. PAULL’S
great descriptive composition, which was placed on the market last November, has had the unprecedented sale of one hundred and twenty thousand copies. This is probably one of the best descriptive pieces that has been placed on the market in recent years. Readers of The Etude will find a description of this piece in the half column advertisement of the E. T. Paull Music Company found on another page in this issue.

FOR SALE—AN OLD ITALIAN VIOLIN (1753), IN PER-
fect condition. S. W. K., 211 South Seventeenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

PLANS DRAWN FOR PIPE ORGANS REASONABLY.
Organ recitals and openings. Special terms for opening recital where I make plans. F. Blauvelt Williams, 25 South Twelfth Street, Newark, N. J.

PUPILS OF THE LATE RUDOLPH HENNIG WISHING
to contribute toward a memorial are asked to communicate with Miss Martha C. Barry, 171 East Walnut Lane, Ger- mantown, Philadelphia, Pa.

FOR SALE—FORTY-EIGHT COPIES OF “THE LAST
Judgment,” by Spohr, at a bargain. Address: William Beery, Huntingdon, Pa.

EDWARD BAXTER PERRY WILL MAKE HIS USUAL
Lecture-Recital tour next season through the Western and Southern States. Special rates and no charge for traveling expenses to parties on his direct route. Where desired, pamphlet will be sent, giving full directions how to arrange a recital without financial risk in any town or city. Permanent address, Knabe Warerooms, 144 Boylston Street, Boston.

WANTED—YOUNG LADY PIANIST, 28 TO 32; GOOD
reader, agreeable appearance. Christian character and refinement appreciated. Some money an advantage. Occasional travel, moderate salary, or partnership. Send full particulars in first letter, with photograph, which will be returned. Address, Director, 426 Winthrop Avenue, Chicago. 

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