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Animal Rescue League Elects
Officers at Annual
Mrs. Herbert Hoover was elected hon
orary president of the Washington Ani
mal Rescue League at the annual meet
ing of that organization at the Carlton
Hotel Tuesday. Mrs. Truman G. Pal
mer was re-elected president; Mrs. M.
R. Blumenberg, first vice president;
Mrs. Morton E. TwOgood, secretary; W.
Prank D. Herron, treasurer, and Mrs.
William F. Ham, assistant secretary.
Elwood Street, director or the Com
monlty Chest, of which the Animal
Rescue League is a member, congratu
lated the membership on the excellent
work accomplished by the league. He
explained that the chest is a democ
racy, with each organization a factor,
and declared that chest officials de
sire advice from all organizations in
connection with the next campaign.
He explained that more agencies would
probably be included in the next cam
paign, and urged members of the Ani
mal Rescue League to offer suggestions
for making it a success.
Reports were made by the president,
treasurer and secretary, showing affairs
of the organization in excellent condi
Vice presidents elected were Mrs.
Charles Boughton Wood, Mrs. Geoffrey
G. Whitney, Mrs. Walter Stilson Hutch
ins. Miss Mabel Boardman, William
Phelps Eno, Mrs. Minnie Maddern
Fiske. George Arliss, Frazier D. Head,
Mrs. P. B. Loring. Mrs. Archibald Hop
kins, Gist Blair, Mrs. Henry M. Dimock,
Mrs. Laura Shelby Converse, W. B.
Hibbs, Mrs. M. Macomb, Rear Admiral
W. H. Brownson, Raymond Gorges, Mrs.
Thomas P. Bayard, Mrs. Peter A.
Drury, Miss Agnes Geyer, John Hays
Hammond and Senator Capper.
The new board of directors consists
of Mrs. Truman G. Palmer, chairman;
Mrs. M. R. Blumenberg. Mrs. Merton E.
Twogood, W. Frank D. Herron, Mrs.
Harry C. Moses, Mrs. Ira Bennett, Miss
Nannie R. Macomb, Miss Lillian Ven
able, Mrs. Henry P. Erwin, Mrs. J.
Harry Shannon, Mrs. George Barnett,
Mrs. Frazier D. Head, Mrs. William F.
Ham, Mrs. John Hays Hammond. Mrs.
Henry L. West, Miss Alice J. Clapp,
Mrs. C. Augustus Simpson, Maj. Gen.
George Barnett, Mme. Maxim Karolik,
Mrs. F. B Freyer. Miss Winnifred West,
Mrs. Rushmore Patterson. Mrs. Arthur
Adams and Arthur C. Moses.
Heirs of Chicago Woman Base Pe
tition on Note for Florida
Real Estate.
By the Aesoclated Press.
NEW YORK, April 25.—An involun
tary petition in bankruptcy was filed in
Federal Court here yesterday against
the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi
neers Securities Corporation of New
York by the heirs of the late Mrs. Pot
ter Palmer of Chicago.
The petition is based on a note given
February 8, 1926, in connection with the
corporation’s Venice. Fla., real estate
development. A judgment for $16,759.44
was entered in the State courts Sep
tember 13 in favor of Honore and Potter
Palmer, and receivers in equity were
appointed in Decembed. These receivers
the two appellants say. have been un
able to liquidate the judgment.
Hiss Shannon Will Address Meet
ing Tomorrow Night.
The last lecture of the subscription
course on modem art forms, sponsored
in Washington this Winter by the
American Association of University
Women, will be held tomorrow evening
at 8 o'clock at 1634 I street, instead of
at the Y. W. C. A. auditorium, accord
ing to Mrs. E. G. Nourse.
Miss Elizabeth Shannon, director of
the School of Design of the Maryland
Art Institute, will talk on “Modem
Design and Modern Interiors.”
The lecture is open to the public and
to holders of season course tickets. It
has been substituted for the previously
announced modern novel lecture.
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I Former Stage Star
Dies by Own Hand in
| Midst of Lost Fame
I By the Associated Pres*.
NEW YORK, April 25.—While
a neighbor’s phonograph played
a *azz record, Etta Stewart Col
; 11ns, once a leading woman in
musical comedy, committed sui
cide Tuesday by Inhaling gas in
a furnished room which she had
rented under an assumed name.
On a table nearby was a pho
tograph of the actress when she
was young, beautiful and prosper
ous. Propped against the picture
was an obituary notice of the
death May 13. 1908, of her hus
band, Joseph J. Collins, a concert.
singer and actor.
They were married in Brooklyn,
the obituary stated, while Mrs.
Collins was leading woman in
“The Red Mill." In the room
also was a picture of Mrs. Collins’
daughter, said to be a vaude
ville actress, and a big pile of
newspaper clippings, some of
them yellow with age, telling of
Mrs. Collins’ success on the stage.
At this time, when the world is find
ing each day new possibilities as to the
capacity of children for grasping de.
tails as well as essentials long before
many of their elders would believe them
ready, the art of music, along with the
other arts and sciences, is revising its
previous state of rather careless con
descension toward children. The day
of the too childish or colorless program
for children is past. It is significant
that many composers have written and
are writing music especially for chil
dren, and this music is quite as clever
if not so emotionally deep as the music
written for adult audiences. The lead
ing orchestras are giving special edu
cational programs for children and,
through toy symphonies, children them
selves are encouraged to participate.
Washington children enjoyed a par
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tlcularly appropriate program arranged
and presented for their special benefit
at Pierce Hall yesterday afternoon. Miss
Elena de Sayn, well kuown In many
musical activities here, planned and
supervised the affair as well as partici
pating, In it. The patronesses Included
the wives of three cabinet officers, wives
of several diplomats and a group of
women prominent in various organized
efforts for educational progress In the
National Capital.
Nothing could have been more de
lightful for the opening number than
Saint-Saens’ “Carnival of the Animals,'
with its lions, chickens, cuckoos, lark,
swan and more of the wilder animals.
Even the fossils had a haunting, color
ful melody and the familiar swan num
ber was given particularly well by the
violoncellist. Malton Boyce and James
R. Barr were equally admirable at the
two pianos. All the members of the
Societe des Concerts Intimes who par
ticipated showed alert spirit and facile
technique In this selection.
Mme. Marta Patsu, Hungarian pianist,
who was guest artist on this program,
played Mozart's “Sonata in E Flat
Major.” Mme. Patsu was heard earlier
in the Winter in a concert at which
she won special recognition for her
understanding interpretations of works
by her modernistic countryman, Bela
Bartok. Her Mozart yesterday was not
so colorful as her playing of the more
modern works. The crisp delicacy and
lilting melodies Inherent In Mozart’s
works did not stand out yesterday.
There are few performers who can
master both the old and new com
posers, so totally different structurally
and otherwise.
The small orchestra, with Mr. Boyce
at the piano, played a group of clever
tone pictures for children, written by
Rebikow and arranged by Maud Sewall.
This series not so subtle or
melodious as the Saint-Saens carnival.
The lento and finale from Dvorak’s
“American String Quartet” was the last
number on the program, although two
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short numbers were Interpolated—a
“Berceuse” by Gllere and another num
ber. The de Sayn String Quartet
played all these selections adequately
when one considered that the members
of the quartet have been playing to
gether so short a time, and Miss de
Sayn has such a pronounced individual
style and tone in her playing of the
Others in the small orchestra Includ
ed John Stone, who gets a rich, mel
low tone from his contrabass; Francis
Shull, flutist; Richard Matton, clarinet
ist; William Loving, harmonica player,
and Louis Goucher, xylophonist. H. F.
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tariff law, he aided the Senate finance
committee during the framing of the
Fordney-McCumber act. He was born
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