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MOTOR COAT WITHOUT FRILLS
The woman who motors much has
found that the motor coat, without
any furbelows and little trimming, is
the kind that she takes mo&t com
A long coat of heavy raw silk
musses less than of any other ma
terial, and gray or tan, the colors that
show dust least, are the best colors
to choose in a coat? of this kind.
The one pictured is . of tan cotton
ratine, with buttons of bone, capac
ious pockets and a decided air of
comfort and elegance.
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ANIMALS YOU DO NOT KNOW
A Little Goggle-Eyed Goblin, of the
"The goblins'U git you, ef you don't
There really are goblins! Uncle
Sam's got a few running around at
large in the Philippine Islands.
They're little animals called tarsiers.
They belong to the Lemur family.
Lemur is the Latin word for "ghost,"
which shows that iaturalists long
ago- were struck by the resemblance
of this family of animals to weird
ghosts and goblins. The uncanni
riess" of the little creatures, which are
greatly feared by the natives, is in
creased by their goggle-eyes and by
the fact that they are seen slinking
around only in the1 dark.