Theatre: Partner Scarface

"This means that we are sunk to the savagery of the jungle. Out of this is emerging—has already emerged—a new law so hideous in its potentialities as to make one shudder at the possible consequences." So cried Secretary G. L. Hostetter of the Chicago Employers' Association last week, when he learned that Alphonse ("Scarface Al") Capone had formed a cleaning and dyeing business. Mr. Capone, quixotically, and so incomprehensibly to many competitors, has been trying to consolidate the earnings of his haphazard youth and establish an estate. Mr. Hostetter, however, considers him...

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