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CHARLES F. THWING.
HE Cumulated Readers' Guide, 1900-1904, sup
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THE H. W. WILSON COMPANY, Minneapolis
THE publishers of the
LIVING AGE will
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GILBERT K. CHESTERTON'S
THE POEMS OF
12mo. 2 vols. $2.50 net. Postage 20 cents Mr. Watson's complete and authoritative collection of poems. Edited and arranged with an Introduction by J. A. Spender.
THE DUKE OF
By EDWARD DE WERTHEIMER
THE BODLEY HEAD,
12mo, $1.25 net, postage 10 cents
By LAURENCE HOPE 12m0, $150 net, postage 10 cents Posthumous Collection of New Work by Author of "India's Love Lyrics" and "Stars of the Desert."
67 FIFTH AVENUE
is the one piano in the United States to-day which stands for persistent progress toward the ideal. Its makers do not depend on its past reputation, however great, nor on its name, however honored. It is the one piano which receives, on its merits alone, the highest praise and enthusiastic endorsement of the most cultured musicians and ablest critics.
The vital question concerning any piano is not "How many people play it?" but "Who play it?" The answer to this
question fixes its artistic standing. It is by this rule that the Mason & Hamlin piano stands at the head.
Ample proof of this statement is furnished in our catalogue, in the testimony of scores of our ablest musicians - men whose eminence places them above the suspicion of prejudice; but a hearing of these pianos in one of our warerooms will afford you, through your own ear, a conviction which not even such testimony can supply. The catalogue sent upon request.
Mason & Hamlin Co.
New York, 139 Fifth Avenue ESTABLISHED 1854
Boston, 492 Boylston Street
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