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ifrLES CHARLEY MURPHY TAKES GREAT DEAL OF PRIDE IN
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(Efarry GlotKes Pullfam.
Eye sinte Pulham's death, u Webb's
hubfry-fprm has been filling fabrics in
may be found consulting his
The fjgurj; of the Cub boss
isji't just the matinee idol type,
and here Pulliam ha.d, yi advantr
age, yet ,he is a briljiant example
of the draper's art. If Berry
WaJ could see hint" all dolled up
he'd whistle for sand.
Murphy's- latest is a dojne
cpyer thiat makes anything
Weber and Fields ever sported
blush with envy. The same mil
lihery upon a "Cocktail Chas."
Fairbanks type would look bet
ter if carried', but on C. Webb it
is a reverie Xt is an odds-on-favorite
irr the "Creation" take.
Like everything 'that concerns
him, the identity of Murphy's
tailoj is "secret." He is too busy
designing effects for the chubby
Wejj to seek other accounts. It is
fhewqe of this he-Worth's exist
ence that stripes are IT, this,
Murph ' into a
"slender, willowy figure1' is like
making an ocean greyhound out
of a Mississippi fiatboa-r.
Clothes don't make the .man,
but he can't get very far without
them. But, clothes is nqt Mur
phy's only claim to. the reputation
left by; Harry Pulliam. Like that
genial soul, he gets what he goes
after, from earning baseball tars
to Ban Johnsons goa a model
of which he is said to have oh the
wall of his office
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lN,:?Ur CNiT 'CMATlOU CVK6BB IS
"l SIGHT TOR 40R6 BVe3 .
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effort to live up to fhfe reputation es-
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