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'' THE LATEST IS THE FULL LENGTH PIROT COAT
The merry ways of the mad
cap clown are pleasantly called to
mind by the distinctly novel fea
ture of this handsome-full-length
Pirot coat. They are the huge
sealskin buttons which are used,
not only as fastenings, but for
trimming on the sleeves a"nd back
of the coat.
(Contrary to supposition, these
big, furry tails ar;e not in anyway
grotesque, but' lend themselves
readily to the clever scheme of
contrast which is earned out in
the model. '
The material of this dress-up
wfap'is a light-weight chinchilla,
arid the color a delicate baby blue,
which the deep Sealskin collar sets
off capitally. As usual the touch
of fur adds greatly to the costly
appearance of the coat without se-,
riously increasing its expense.
This outdoor apparel may be
worn equally well in the after
noon or evening and has thi-dou-
ble advantage of being warm and
CAUGHT RED HANDED
John Getz, 36, alias "Murphy,"
and William Murry, 19, alias
"Crowley," arrested by Police
man Abraharn, 3d precinct, while
picking pockets of W. G. Farnum
on Wentworth av. car at Polk st.
Abraham was standing on the
rear of the car and saw Murry
out his hand into Farnum 's Dock-.
et When Abraham arrested j
Murry he dropped $18 and sev
eral checks. Getz was arrested as '
an accomplice. I
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