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NO MORE MUSIC LESSONS. i

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NO MORE MUSIC LESSONS. PERFECT PIANOS FOR POOR PEOPLE. Piano playing machines will soon bring perfect music within the reach of all. These machines are not "organs," but play any tune on an ordinary piano. Competition will bring their prices so low that every householder -tll be able to afford one. Children will no longer need the drudgery of Music Lessons. Iorne music teachers say the result will be t r, till their profession. However, it is quite pcssiUe Music teachers will be ruined. that they should assist a teacher. For instance Madame Lennox, the well-known teacher of music, at one time might have found the instru- ment of the greatest help. It would certainly have saved a little of the strength she had lost. But thanks to Dr. Williams' pink pills Madame Lennox is now quite able to play for herself. Interviewed by the "Manchester Weekly Chronicle," at her home at 2, Darley-street, Ardwick, Manchester, Madame Lennox said that the long and tiring journeys she had to take professionally were what told on her, and the time came when they quite prostrated her. "From a girl," she said, "I had suffered from anaemia. Music teaching is hard work, and not being strong I found it too much for me. Mv nerves were shattered, and a short time ago I could scarcely crawl about, let alone give atten- tion to my pupils and engagements. In London I was so terribly low-spirited and broken down that I went to stay at a farm in Derbyshire for twelve months." "Did that have any beneficial effect?" "No. When I went I was too weak to go upstairs, and had to sleep downstairs. I had fainting fits, and such attacks of dizziness came over me that for weeks I was too weak to go over the farm. I went back to London nearly as bad as when I left, and then I found a cure in Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people. The pills did me good almost from the first. They seemed to put new life into me. My appetite and spirits returned, the dizziness stopped, and colour came to my cheeks. Now I am quite well and able to go on with my musical duties without feeling any ill effects of the overstrain that is. I fear, a part of a teacher's life. Weariness and disgust with one's work arises more often than not from bad health. The energy needful to enjoy work depends on sound nerves, a good supply of blood, and a perfect digestion. Dr. Williams' pink pills contain within themselves what, in the stomach makes new blood. They send health coursing throueii every vein. Anasmia, the curse of young woman- hood, cannot exist where they are taken. Thev do not tinker with disease; they remove. the cause of it. Poor blood—blood that has become poisoned by fatigue and bad conditions of life-- is at the root of such ailments as rheumatism, scrofula, eczema and other skin diseases, gout. and the ailments which women do not care to talk about. That is why these pills have prayed so successful in the cure of these things. Of course it is the genuine pills that cure. Theie is no longer any need to warn sensible people, that the substitutes which seme shopkeepers try to sell in place of them never cured anything. If they had, the world would have heard of the fact: everyone has heard of Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people and the cures they have effected, and all buyers who have any respect for their health and pocket now take care to see Dr. Williams' name on the package. Dr. Wil- liams' medicine company, Holborn-viaduct, Lon- don, will send the pills post fre,e for two aiul ninepence-six boxes thirteen and ninepence— if there is any difficulty in getting the genuine, and will be glad to have the name and address of any tradesman who offers substitutes. Ner- vous ailments such as St. Vitus' dance, paralysis, locomotor ataxy, and neuralgia; and disturbances of the stomach like biliousness and indigestion, have been as promptly cured by these pills as the other diseases named. Play as well as work needs good health for its enjoyment. Without it, the Piano playm; machines, soon to be brought within the reach of all, could give as little pleasure as the Music Lessons they will supersede.

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