To Aid Artists Affected by War.
An organization called the Artists' War Service League is being founded here for the benefit of artists of all professions, who have been wounded or incapacitated during the war. Mark Twain's home in Redding, Conn., has been offered by his daughter, Madame Gabrilowitsch, as a convalescent home. The initial Membership Committee is composed of such artists as Rudyard Kipling, Enrico Caruso, Daniel C. French, and John Drew. Membership will be open not only to professional people, but to all lovers of the arts.
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