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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 02, 1912, Image 11

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STREET COSTUMES WITH AUSTRALIAN CHINCHILLA
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From far off Australia comes
the gray fur that is one of the
fashions of this season.
This pretty animal skin is used
effectively on a dark brown street
costume. The material is slight
ly flecked with cream, giving the
mixed effect when seen at close
vision.
This costume has a bias air
from the slash of the skirt. The
coat is lapped well on to the side
where it fastens and the buttons
of this garment extend on a diag
onal line with those on the skirt.
The Australian chinchilla is
formed into a collar on the coat
and a deep revere of the brown
cloth goes to the line where the
jacket is fastened.
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SHOT $50 IN DOG
Swoyerville, Pa., Dec. 30.
Somebody's big black dog- is
carry $50 in bills.
John Vincent stuff-
' ed the ?oO in the
barrel of his old
shotgun for safe
keening-. Likelv it
! would be there vet
if that prowling dog
hadn't happened
around. In his anx
iety to put the dog out of business
Vincent forgot about his money
and blazed away.
A yelp told that the S50 took
cfifect along with the shoi Now
incent is trying to find the dog.
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Fear is the heaviest mortgage
on the soul.
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