LADY JESSELL ,vv vo,- !,",;j1 to L r-. Lady Jessell, wife of Sir Jessell and daughter of Sir Julian Goldsmid, 1 one of the hostesses for the Loudon social season. WAISTLINE CAUSES ARREST Skinny Individual With Midriff Lik Fatty Arbuckle Attracts Police Attention. Brooklyn, N. Y. A young man as skinny as a living skeleton in a circus went into a tailor shop the other daj and emerged In a few minutes with a waistline like Fatty Arbuckle's. Pa trolman Jerry McMahon, who wit nessed the transformation from tlu corner, watched the man waddle slowly slow-ly down the steps Into a cellar. Then he called his partner, Patrolman Walsh, and, creeping qliietly to the stairs, made a dash through the ce'.lai door. "lie must have weighed 300 pounds' and now he lias ducked," exclaimed McMahon, just as his partner shouted: "Look here I" Walsh had stumbled over a bolt ol navy uniform cloth and a large quantity quan-tity unwound from another bolt. Then was perhaps $1,000 worth of goods ir, the pile. The fugitive, skinny once more, vn; found biding in a dumb-waiter and arrested ar-rested on a burglary charge. lie gave bis name as Joseph Riches and said he lived over the tailor shop.