National Geographic : 1914 Feb
MELVILLE CLARK POLLO Player Piano I , __ __.. _ _ ___ ,I_ 1,I -' _ _ il1.1 DoYou? Q Most folks expect their player piano to last a life-time? Q Do You? Q Divide then, the little differ. ence the Apollo costs you in thefirstplace over the life-time of pleasure it will yield. Q See how little more per year, the wonderful Apollo Player Piano costs, than an ordinary instrument. A nd-intheA polio PlayerPianoyou get features that our patents prevent other manufacturersfrom offering. Herearea few. Judgefor yourself of their value. 4( No player piano besides the Apollo is permitted to play by touching down on the keys. This is the correctway. It's the way the piano isbuilt to be played. You know that. (3 Only manual pianists and the Apollo accent the melody and omitit. This is a vital part of piano music but our patents make it exclusive with the Apollo Player Piano. ( The Metronome Motor, which re-winds music rolls without pedal ling, is so durably constructed that it will run even when completely immersed in water. Its adjustment and action are as accurate as a fine watch. It is ex clusive with the Apollo. Write us for all the facts. The features above are but afew of many. The two book lets we send show photographic comparisons of the different construction covering all the vital facts abaut player pianosin generalas well as the Apollo in particular. MELVILLE CLARK PIANO COMPANY Executive Offices, 401 Fine Arts Building, Chicago 7q-1 "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."