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THE OREGON '. SUNDAY JOURNAL ' PORTLAND. , CUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMDItn 12. KZ3.
Baker theatre, beginnl!, today, ought
to be a record breaker, and the
Parisian Hellee, a oompany whloh ranks
aa far above the ordinary burlesque
entertainment aa an aro light - ooea -above
a candle, will aupply the enter
tainment The Parisian Bellee com
pany tnoludea some of tha real stars
of tha comedy field end haa a dosen
rePle who might be daeeed aa head
liners, bee Idee tha attractive ehorua and
tha all star vaudavlUe numbera.
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, Andrew Mack Comlnf.
The famous Irtah aomedlaa, . Andrew -Mack.
In hla latest suoceea, "Tom
Moore." will be th attraction at th
Marquam Orand theatr Monday, Tueo
day and Wedneaday nlghta, November
10, II and tl. Tha advance aala of
seats will open next Friday mornintf
at 10 o'clock.
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. . , Britt-Neleon Ficturea.
The Brltt-Nalaon picturee will be
ahowa at th Marquess Grand theatre -Friday
and Saturday nights, -November
14 and II. , , .
KB of the tell. stately brunettea
who amlled nnotuously end ex
ploited th Nam Patterson nod
tor the btMlt of tli Baker
theatre's patrona last Nk declare
, that tit tn tha ehorua of a burlesque
how ta not a alnecure. But aha ad
mit that out har It ia a paradise com
pared with tha east where two ahowa a
day are given. 8ha knowa. She haa
had two aaaaona of It and flrat lmpraa-4
alona are moat believable.
Her nam la - Dorothy Marks, Har
ambition la to become a comedienne
aort of Lillian Russell or Maria Ca
ll 111; anybody. In fact, that wUl attract
attention and load to tha circumference
of a salary which will afford har a
1 maid and four-in-hand. - Bha doaa not
: ask theee without effort Sh la load'
Ins tba simple Ufa. and studying, with
; the aola Intention of making" a nam In
tba theatrical profession, which ia an
1 eesential . that many of our coming
actresaea fall to take Into account
"I want to - advance," algbad Miee
Marks., seating herself In a cosy corner
- of the Calumet parlor, '"and not for
- anything in tha world would-1 give
tha stage. At that, it la no easy snap?
In tha east, you understand, travel is
easy, because tha towna are so near
apart Cpear apart" ta food), but we
- have to give two shows a day. Out
here tha worst of our troubles la travel
but wo hare tha refreshing fact on
our mind, as wo waken $hat thara ia n
"Tha . average ehorua :. girir:MIse
: Marks went on to say, "gets up about
J 9 o 'clock In tha morning and as soon
as practicable swallows a cup of coffee
; leaving tha cup. ' For two, hours eh
' will hang around tha hotel, wondering
how to spend the afternoon. I am apeak
Ing now of tha western policy of night
.' performance only. It eventually oe
. curs to her that a car-ride might prove
of Inestimable value. Quick, to the
- heights! Fine scenery, and all that aort
, of thing. Then luncheon. If yon ar
pearly broke. It ia Juat plain lunch. In
' the afternoon, thara probably are three
,i lettera to write and you write them, un
, ; less, perchance, the stage manager baa
i called a rehearsal for a new, song;-la
which ease yon go to tha anew house
J and spend a series of hours wishing the
, prima donna had never heard of - the
-ballad, and wondering what-kind of a
j costume yon will bar to wear for the
j new acquisition. - -.'.' -'
"The afternoon, as a -ml, belongs, to
l tha glrla. ; They go shopping, '. after
j penning tha homeward 'missives, having
in the meantime looked up tha manag-
) price of a new veil. Aa twilight falls'
and there was a sentimental quality not
i to bd mistaken in Dorothy Mark's roloe
i at this moment "wo begin to wondei ,
A PenonaJ Cartoon by R. F. Outcault,
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what wo will oat t That matter finally
settled, it ta time to go to tha theatre.
While there we make - exactly six
changes of costumes, and they are al
"strip" changes.' While tha ehorua girl
works leas than three houra In an ordi
nary day, that work amounta to manual
labor. It ia no 'cinch' to get In and out
of thoaa costumes on short notice."
It la remarkable, when you torn to
think of It, that good-looking girls eas
be secured for th ehorua at aalarle
ranging from til to tit per week, out of
which they must pay their hotel bill
and. for their. tlghts.ab.oes and stock
ings, i The management provides rail
road tickets, aklrts, baggage transfer
and good will.
Miss Marks Is a soprano In the Tiger
Lilies, tha sopranos predominating In
a "male-less ehorua, and la the pivot of
th crowd always In tha center. . She
average chorus girl and la a peculiar
mixture or Jewess and Parisian, born In
Montreal, Canada, and educated tn New
York. Whan I ventured to ask her why
Who Will Lecture at the Marquam
'WaiV' - - 1 - "T . m w I
aha went on tha stage har astonishing
reply was: . ' . ,
"1 bad a sweetheart and I told bim
that if ver w fell out I would make
my own living In th dramatlo profes
sion, well, wo fell out; hero I am.
Mlsa Marka added that at th tlm of
th unfortunate circumstance bha was a
saleswoman in Wanamaker"a New Tork
establishment a fact which doubtlaaa
added to her value as a dramatlo recruit.
' ', -r."
i Th week, it must be -oonfeaaed, wa
not altogether - satisfactory, it . wa
piurui tohav -Arixona" thrust upon
ua with a cast Incompetent to handle a
classic And on top of that eama The
Marriage of Kitty," which barely paased
muster, and, "When Knighthood Was In
Flower," a production that was not one-two-three,
with the Bclasoo company's
presentation of tha earn - play soma
., ,wfajv v ,m rrTii.iffi.iii., , -jr--'--
standard must be raised, or tha box of
flee will heer of It later In tha season.
.White Whittlesey and tha Belaaco
company gave a beautiful rendition of
"The Lady of Lyons," and although It
frequently baa been don here, th old
romance evidently haa loat none of its
charm. Beginning tomorrow ni(ht, Mr.
Whittlesey will present "The ' First
Violin." In which Mansflsld scored a
triumph a few aaaaona back. : . ,. .
The Empire la doing wall with male
drama and tha burlesque business at th
Baker eeeme aa brisk aa aver, while
vaudeville la aupported heartily, not
withstanding the entrant Into th field
of th new Keating at Flood house, th
Liberty.. RACE WHITNEY. t
SMALLTALK OF STAGE
Th programs 'of th Baker and th
Empire theatrdh hereafter will be sub-
lished attractively binder tha eama cover.
. u. Mayer or eiasco at Mayer an
nounced during his visit that tha nra
had acquired a lease on the Alhambra
theatre in San 1 Francisco : and likely
would build a new playhouse on Market
street in that city within a year.
Esra Kenaaii haa revived "Th Tina-
gar Buyer," which wae a much greatei
success than either "Weatherbeaten Ben
son" or "Tha Barnstormers." .
aJmmes T. Powers, is temporarily In
vaudeville at th Colonial, New Tork.
Henry E. DIXey haa produced a new
comedy In New Tork called "Tha Man
on tha Box." - -
Mrs. Carter has revived "Taia" for the
laat fortnight of her New Tork engage
ment shelving "Adrea" temporarily.
"Tha Wlsard of Os" la again on exhi
bition In New Tork, with Montgomery
and Btone In their original roles of th
aearecrow and tha tin man.'
"Tha White Cat" which recently
opened at tha New Amsterdam theatr
1n New Tork, la olalmad by Klaw A Er-
langer to be tha most massive produc
tion ever mads before an American audi
ence. It Is on th order of "Bluebeard"
and other big spectacles.
Ralph Stuart la playing "Th Chris
tian" at tha New 8tartheatre la New
Alice Nell sen haa returned from Eu
rope and may be beard later in tha sea
son, but In llgHt opera. ; After eeveral
yeara of careful atudy Mlaa Nell sen bat
determined to sing only grand opera and
during her present tour aha will glv
cenee front the famous worka of th
lyrio stage, assisted by Italian alngera
David Blspham haa gone In for light
opera and will make bis appearance
shortly In at place based on Goldsmith'
"Vicar of Wakefield."
Tha first performano of "As T
Bow" in Boston was attended by more
than 100 clergymen -
At last Florence Roberta la to har an
opportunity on Broadway. Bha will
play "Ann Lamont" -during the winter
at a house on tha broad white boulevard.
William Collier, upon his-return from
London, will be sera in Augustus
Thomas' lateet comedy, "Th War Cor
Georg V. Hobart has chrietened hie
new play for Charles U rape win, "jra up
to Tou. John Henry."
Lew Dockstader has forsaken mln-
atralay for a fare by Leo Dltrlchstaln
called "Before and After." He will be
aupported by Robert Hunter, Flits Wll
Grace Van Btuddlford baa been given
tha role of, Lady Taasls, originated by
Richard Mansfield Is about to five
Ban Francisco a rare treat of li per
formances, using "Don Carlos," "Th
Misanthrope." "Beau BrummeL" "A Pa
risian Romance." "Tba Merchant Of Ven
ice," "Richard III" and "Dr. Jekyll and
Robert Mantell is playing "Hamlet"
at th Garden theatr in New Tork.
Barnabee and MacDonald of th one
famous Bostonians recently war gives
a benefit by th Lambs club In New
Julia Dean will take tha plac of An
nie Ruaaall in tha new production by
Mlsa Lucia Moore, now leading woman
of tha, Alcasar theatre stock company
In Ban Francisco, bas resigned and will
go to her home In New Tork ahortiy.
Barney Bernard haa gone to New Tork
and Is to csrvs an interview with John
Cort relative to signing a contract with
Shortly after th holidays Whit
Whittlesey will sail for" Europe for a
Maude Fealy, formerly leading woman
for lr Henry Irving, haa been aeoured
by John Cert to star under bia manage
ment - Tha contract will go Into affect
next season. Miss Fealy appearing In a
play written for her by Martha Morton.
Georsa H. ' Primrose; after trying
half dosaa ' other - methods - of - making
money, has put out Primrose's big nun-
atrela, being nlraseii aoie proprietor.
Nat Goodwin's new play, "WolfviUe,'
haa won tha notice of a certain eritl
In rather doubtful form. Bays b: "lt
sctntUlatee with profanity." '
Edgar Baume, formerly leading A
of tba Columbia stock company in this
city, la now in stock at New Orleans
He recently made a bit In "The Only
Way." .. , ..
l.' The First Violin. . .
Of all the slaya In White Whittlesey
repertoire, none la mora beautiful .that
The First violin,- which bo and th
Belaaco stock company will produce at
the Belaaco for ona week,- commencing
tomorrow night ; It la a dramatisation
of one of tha moat popular novela of
many year and waa mad over ad
cleverly Into a play that Richard Mans
field recognised Ita poeamllltles and for
two whole aeesons featured It In hi
repertoire. ... , , .. ,
"Tha First violin" is tha story or a
girl who (os abroad to study muslo
and unexpectedly meets har fat In the
person of a violinist who Uvea in aa
opposite apartments. The pair ' meet
with innumerable difficultly In fact,
tragedy enters their Uvea but in - the
and they make true once mora the old
adage that love will find a way.
- Th role of tha musician la one whloh
should ault Mr. Whittlesey perfectly.
No actor Is better qualified to portray
the vicissitudes of tha struggling art
ist Miss Lawrence aa th atudent will
hevo a role that will give her splendid
opportunities to make th production
especially notable. . . - ... ,
Soenlcally, "Tha First Violin" win be
Ther will b th usual matinee to
day and th last performance of The
Lady of Lyons" wUl be given tonight
It ha proved a tremendous euoceee and
has added lustra to Mr. Whittlesey
local reputation. T - .
Oeorla Minstrels at Marquam.
. Richards es Prlngle's Famous Colored
Georgia Minstrels wUl be tha attrao
tlon at tha Marquam, Grand theatre to
morrow nighty This celebrated troupe
of "Darktown comedians" has played
Portland .for many years and - alwaye
baa given th best of satisfaction. The
Marquam presents thia organization at
popular prloesr -. ..
In addition to procuring the cream of
negro taient, Richards at Prlngle's
minstrels -introduce sensational of fer-
lng ttr Marsh Craig. "The " Human
Enigma"; Kirk & Cooper, the "Musical
Photographers"; Clarence -Powell; the
singing comedian; James' Crosby In hi
famous song and dance,. "The Jolly six
Old Men"; th three Toneya In aoro
vaim twiuras. - .'
una vocal part of the progress la
claimed to be exceptionally strqng,
while the muslotl numbers will excel
anyinmg attempted by minstrel shows.
Harry Ueitayer in Ibaen'a "Ghoata."
- "Ghoete." tha much " discussed c.v
ehologlcal drama by Henrlk Ibaen, tha
greai Norwegian dramatist la booked
for three nights' engagement at the
Marquam Grand theatre next Tuesday,
rr.enesaay ana unursasy nlgnts, Nov
ember 14, It and 16. -
Harry Meets yer asaumea tha char
acter of Oswald, tha artist hopelessly
afflicted with an inherited mental
maiaoy ana the Interpretation by th
iemeu young scior ass been pro
nounced th greatest characterisation
of this difficult role ever given to th
public About th play Itself, opinion
amsr. wnen loeen wrote "Ghosts"
many, years sgo, he called down nnon
bis Innocent head such an, avalanche of
criticism that he was . compelled to
leave his native lend to recoverfrpm
viio iituiunuuD ae leu aiineir lack or
understanding. But in the past few
yeara Ibaen. along with tha mystical
Wagner, haa been having an apprecia
tion, jar. Mestayer is aupported by an
excellent company of players. Bests
ar now soiling.
On of th greatest farca corned v eua.
cesses or ine season ia Manager Arthur
J. Ayleaworth'a production of "Hooll-
gan a Troublea," which will appear at
tha Empire threatre . all tbla week.
Nothing more amusing than tha nor.
trays 1 of the doings of Hoollsan can
be conceived. Tha dialogue Is Irresisti
ble as a laugh-producer, tha aonsa
catchy, Hooligan haa a dry bumor and
drollery and the apecialtlea presented
are both new and unique. There la a
ehorua of pretty glrla who are gowned
and costumed In modem style.-
As laughter la the only true tonia of
the aoul to drive away care and rest
tha mind Portland citlsens who wlah to
banish the bluea must see "Hooligan's
Treublea." Thoaa who read the HIub
trated Sunday supplements of th news
papers are familiar with One individual!
named Hooligan who bas captivated
tha fun-loving pubtlo bybls ability to
absorb trouble nd present a 'smiling
countenance. "Hooligan's Troubles"
has been dramatised, -although tho plot
would not injure the brain- fabric of a
mosquito, and for those who like to
laugh Hooligan will disport iolmsolf on
the stage of tha Empire. The poor
tramp's troubles ar so ridiculous that
there is a ripple of laughter from the
rlae to fall of tho curtain In each act
Matinee Saturday. - '
Utopians Extravagania Company.
- ' w - w w-w f ua.i v, . um
Baker theatre haa secured a treat for
his patrons tha coming week when tha
Utopian burlesquers will be tha attrac
tion. Thla ahow as always been, noted
for the excellence of the bill It offers
and thla. season la no exception. The
laugh-producers comprise John W. Jess,
who haa : no qusl aa .'a burlesque
comedian; Jo Madden, the ' Brook
brothers and th Ashtons. Th female
contingent haa been carefully aelected
for ita, beauty, shapeliness and voices.
"Mixed, Muddled and Fixed" la the
title of the extravagania. In two acta,
which will aerva aa an opening and
closing piece, with an olio of high-class
vaudeville acti between. O Hana San
la the top-liner of the vaudeville bill.
She present a beautiful electrical Ben
aatlon called "Scene From Japan" and
haa never been aeen here before. Five
other hlgh-cla acts make up the olio
bin.' '- . . :. . , . .,'"!
Matinees are given at the Baker Sun
day, Wednesday and Saturday, Batwrrand Morrlsos, a
V : ' " I
day anatineee being ' the farewell pew
f ormance of the company. The Baker
la dark on Saturday nlghte. Notice
that Wedneaday matinee ia bargain day
and th price of admission ia greatly
reduced for that performance, v
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"Dick" Outcault and tha Children. .
Richard F. Outcault the creator of
Buster . Brown, the Tellow Kid and
other fambua characters that have mad
hla name a household word wherever
ther ar people who enjoy fun. Is the
proud father of two children, a boy and
a girt It ia perhaps due to their ex
ample - that Mr. Outcault's delineations
of children are so remarkably true to
Ufa. 'At any rate, he himself thinks
that this la so. . -a
There is nothing that you can Invent
about children half o funny aa the
thlnga they really do," said be the other
day when aaked where be got hie In'
epl ration ' for the pranks of Buottr
BreSrn. "Tjry as you may you can't
Imagine stranger pranka than . those
they Invent for them eel vea. For in
stance, I - have : sat - at - my table for
hours at a time trying to think of some
thing for JBuster. to do, only to give it
up . la despair, when '.at : the last' mov
ment something that' my youthful son,
Dicky, haa don wHl reach my ears and
I'll make a page drawing of the Inci
"I recall one time In particular. I
waa digging 'away at my brain In vain
f when- Mrar-Outceult-ruahed - inte-the
room exclaiming, "Oh, Dicky baa Just
done a dreadful thing, and J told him
you'd punish him dreadfully,for it
. ""What ls.lt r I aaked, wondering
whether he had' act Bra to the bars Of
painted the horse green again. -
H'a dressed the cat and her fouf
klttena up in Mary Jane's dolfs clothea,
and they're down In the vUlaga square
scaring horses and everything. - The
hired man can't catch them.' '"
"Good." J ehouted, to my wife's as
tonishment "Don't interrupt mo again
for an hour. And without 'further ar
gument or explanation I began to make
a aeriea of drawings about th Incident
giving Buster credit for It It turned
out to be one of the funniest I ever
made. A to punishing' Dicky I bought
him a bicycle for having furnished me
with the Inspiration. It waa worth it"
Mr; Outcault bealde his regular talk
to "grown-ups," gtvea a moat entertain
ing account of the creation of Buater
Brown for the children and preaent
each child With colored souvenir post
cards. Ha Will appear at the Marquam
under the direction of Lola Bteere-Wynn
Coman Thursday afternoon and even
ing. Novembee II.
. .- . ; ,-, y.' , ,..
- The attracUon for the week at the
JUDGE FRAZER'S INVITED GUEST
, HAS TO PAY, FOR BOTH LUNCHEONS
Judge Ellis had to pay for the laneh-
enn. ' He had been invited out cy t-re-eldlng
Judge Arthur L. 'Frasar, but the
Portland Jurist did not have a. cent with
htm. Bo W. R. Ellis, circuit judge f
Heppner and I Umatilla counties, who
waa visiting" In Portland, kindly paid for
both. , It happened this way:. .
When Judge . Fraser started down
town yesterday , morning, ha. borrowed
111 In geld, front Mr. Fraser, which
he Disced In ,hls bocketbeok beelde th
10 cants .that already waa ; depoeited
there.- H placed the puree la a hip
pocket and walked - to tha oourthoooo
WILL DEDICATE NEW -' w
CHURCH AT CLATSKANIE
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- (Special Dispatch to The Joans!.) i
Clatskanl. Or., Nov. 11. -Th Pre
bytertans of Clatskanle will dedloate
their new church December . t. ' The
church will coat about 14,000. - Rev. O.
A. Bldlr, lately of St Joseph, Missouri,
Is the pastor. This Is the eleventh
church he hae built A little more. thaa
a year ago be completed a large church
in St Joseph. Missouri. . His health
failing: him he came west and - took
lighter .work in Oregon.
A few. yeara ago Mr. Blair built th
Cumberland Preebyterlan church on
Kast Twelfth ahd Taylor ' streets In
portiend. ' r,
Dra. W," S. "Holt and t. V;- MUllgan
wlir assist In the dedicatory, eervlcee
December'.- ,V ? , !
. . . I', ,' V, a, ' ' , ' - i,
'.V' fc' " ;'. Obajtsw et OfTlolaJa, ... ,
4 ' (BiteeU! Jlpatch to The JoaraaL) -
j. Btlverton, .Or., , Nov. , 11. A factional
difficulty In tha city council has given
one member of that body, Dr. F. M.
Brooke, reason . to resign, and L. H.
Fischer waa elected at the laat meeting
ef the council to - fill - the-"1 vacancy.
Charles H, Moores also, reatgnad hie
office aa chief of police, and T. J. Cum
mlnga waa elected to fill th vacancy
cauaed by the realgnation of Mr. Moores,
Pf under the florist has removed to new
store at 141 Sixth street between Aldor
VAUDEVILLE AND STOCK.
'". ' '--' "" " ','': -' 1:
Burlesque at Orand. .
There will be a radical change In the
entertainment at the Grand thla week,
starting with tha matinee tomorrow.
Instead of the euatomary vaudeville, the -attraction
will conelst of ona of -the
brightest and moat up-to-date musical , -axtravaganaa
organisations visiting tha '
west Manager Jamea H, Errlckeon
bas secured for the coming week a bur
lesque company of soma II. people. Sinn'
Traveety company, which cornea to Port
land after a auocessful tour through the ,
northwest It will be the biggest and
best musical comedy entertainment aver
given tn Portland for tha money.. Th
entertainment given by Zinn's Traveety
company wUl be found equal. If not
better, than the general run of bur-
leaque cempanlea In the aaat 1
In every respect the ahow la atrictly
up to tha enoment
Mann and Franks, people who are well ,
and favorably liked In Portland, are with
tha company and tha other prominent -members
of tha organisation aro of tha
same aterllng merit aa thla popular
team of entertainers. A apeclal feature
la the ehorua - The young girl have
been selected with a view to looks and
voloea. All tha lateat New Tork songs
will be found tn th entertainment an
th show will go with a snap and brisk
ness for which Zlnn Is famous from
tha Atlantic to tha Pacific There will
be dally matinees and two performances
each night Today tho performances of
vaudeville are continuous from I till
10:41 p. aa. .'
"AH New Bill at 8tr. .
- Today at the Star the performances
will continue without Intermission front
I until 10:41 p. m. Thla wUl be the last
appearance of the great comedy act of
Henderaon and Rosa.
Btarting tomorrow with the euatomary
matinee, the Star will -give an all new
lblL Mlae Eleanor Janklna, the prima
donna aoprano. will appear In the dlsv .
robing acena from "Fra Diavolo," one of
the moot baautlfut acenea la any light
opera. . Mlaa Jenkins voice la admirably
Butted to the part end her acting of thy
scene will be something new in vaude
ville. Bud and Oliie Wood will do a
cake-walk in the air. Tho brothers are
premier wire wonders. Diamond May A
Co, have a singing and dancing comedy .
which will please the moat jaded theatre .
goer. 1 1 ; ; -
Parle and Diama.nt, Spanish alngers
and dancers, have a grace of their own
and their rendition of their native bal
lad and tha charming daucca of SuVti
add to the Interest of any vaudeville
pro-Tani. Conley and McGuire are Hi
bernian Mmedlans and vocalists. Fred
Purlnton will appear at the Star In "I've
a Longing In My Heart for Ton, Loulae."
It la accompanied by colored elides. Tha
Staroaoop haa a funny film telling of
the adventures of a oountrymaa during
a vialt to gy Paris
, ... .-
' At tha Lyrlc
For the' coming week the Lyrto atock
company will offer one. of the moat
aanaatlonal comedy dramas Of the eee
soo-entltled, "The Heart of Steel." from
th pen of P. Z. McLean, the popular
leading man and a tare director of the
Lyric "Th Heart of Steel" la a comedy
border drama and the plot la laid in
Arlsona, giving opportunity for tha In- .
traduction of many picturesque charac
ters, euch aa Mexicans or "greasers.
cowboys, Indiana and cavalrymen.
Tho piay is or the sensational ordet .
and eentalna much action.
"The Heart of Steel" will run the
entire week with a dally matinee and
tunltles todsy to see "Life for Life."
without stvlpg. bis fortune another
thought . "
, When Judge Sills arrived at the court
house just to say howde-do" to his
friends, he- area invited to occupy a Beat
Or the bench.-1 After the declatons had
been given, the-visitor occupied a a eat
near- Judge Frasar during tha juvenile
court aeeslon. Afterward the jurists
wandered to a fashionable down-town
restaurant Judge Frasar had promised
to treat-.' .. '. '
When the feset waa : over. Judge
Fraser discovered th losa of hie pocket
book. But It bad not atrayed, nor had
It been stolen. Mrs. Frasar found the
puree oa the walk In front of the house;
It had simply slipped out of bis pocket
Many : rple-espcclsl
. 1y Duiincss men---sre very
critical In "sizing: a man
up by appearances, "
Clothin; that can atand
the X-Ray glance of an
. observant, quick-thinldnp;,
successful ' business man
need not be thick, but it
; must be in good business
taste, i ' f . ; ;
The standard of good taste.