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Special Notices are inserted at a cost of five cents per word, cash with order. Do not have replies directed to this office.

MADAME A. PUPIN HAS JUST PUBLISHED A LITTLE
book entitled “Pithy Paragraphs Pertaining to Piano Practice,” companion to her booklet “How to Play in Public Without Being Nervous.” There are 36 paragraphs, or different subjects, discussed. Each one is expressed in clear and concise language and a great amount of information is contained in the 56 pages of the book. Everyone who admires Madame Pupin’s terse style of writing will want a copy. It is advertised in another column.

GET A COPY OF THAT BEAUTIFUL NEW SONG “SHE
Slumbers with the Daisies!” Sent by mail, for 25 cents, by the publishers, Willis Woodward & Co., 48 West Twenty-eighth Street, New York; or from your dealer.

WANTED—BY A LADY EDUCATED IN GERMANY AND
Italy, a position as violin teacher in a college or conservatory of music. Address “K,” care of The Etude.

WANTED—A POSITION AS PIANO TEACHER (SOME
knowledge of mandolin, guitar, violin, and singing) by a lady of considerable ability and twelve years’ experience; prefers teaching in a boarding school.—L. V. B., care of The Etude.

HIGH-CLASS BERLIN PIANIST, RUSSIAN, EXPERI-
enced teacher, speaks English well, would consider first-class proposition to come to America as teacher with good concert opportunities. Fine reputation; highest possible references in Europe and America. Address G. D., care of Etude.

PIANO TEACHER DESIRES POSITION—SCHOOL OR
private. Conservatory graduate. Address: 47 Mahoning Street, Milton, Pa.

THE HOME AND DAY SCHOOL OF MUSIC, 5096
McPherson Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., conducted by Mrs. Fannie E. Hughey, an advertisement of which will be found on another page of this issue, is open to boarders during the Exposition. Chaperonage will be furnished for ladies alone, or in parties, for a small sum.

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.

MR. LOUIS ARTHUR RUSSELL’S VOICE PAMPHLETS ARE
meeting with great success throughout the country. No. 1, “Body and Breath Control” (50 cents) is the plainest of treatises on this important subject. No. 2, “Plain Talks with Singers;” No. 3, “Psychic Reflections” (each 25 cents), are in Mr. Russell’s most interesting vein. All singers should have these booklets. Postpaid on receipt of price. The three, 75 cents. Essex Publishing Company, Music Hall, Newark, N. J. (Circulars on request.)

E. T. PAULL MUSIC COMPANY’S SPECIAL OFFER TO Etude
readers and teachers, is well worth looking over. On one of the front pages, in this issue of The Etude, will be found their half column “Ad.” headed “Ben Hur Chariot Race.” Simply read over the proposition they make, and if you have any use for music at all you should take advantage of the offers.

I BUY SECOND HAND PIPE AND REED CHURCH ORGANS.
Address Box 326, New Castle, Penna.

 

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