WANTED—GROVE’S DICTIONARY, SECOND
hand. Address: S. B. Smith, Jetts, Ky.
SALARIED POSITION AS ORGANIST DESIRED,
with opportunity to obtain good music-class. Two years abroad. Best of references. Address: A. Z., care of The Etude.
ATTENTION OF THE READERS OF THE ETUDE
is called to the greatest offers ever made by a responsible music-publishing house, which will be found in the column advertisement on another page in this issue, headed “E. T. Paull Music Company’s Best Publications.” Special inducements are offered to readers of The Etude that cannot be obtained elsewhere. It will certainly pay any of our patrons who use music to see the special offers this house is making in this issue. Their lists for teaching and playing are simply unexcelled. In writing to E. T. Paull Music Company, be sure to mention this issue of The Etude.
FORMER ISSUES OF THE ETUDE HAVE MADE
mention of the new school (The Walker-Severn School of Music) in the Van Dyck Studios, at Eighth Avenue and Fifty-sixth Street, New York. It is constantly in receipt of correspondence from all parts of the country, and with such earnest, educated, and conscientious teachers at the heads of its departments it can scarcely fail of achieving great success, although success come more slowly to those who, like Mr. Francis Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Severn, make no pretence to any royal roads or new methods. Their invitation is extended to earnest students who understand that well-guided work is the requisite for good results.
FOR SALE—VIRGIL PRACTICE CLAVIER, IN
perfect condition, at a good figure. E. J. Wightman, Box 391, Grand Rapids, Mich.
“WANTED—A GOOD SECOND-HAND TEACHER’S
Technicon.” Rhodes Music Company, New Castle, Pennsylvania.