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November 16, 1938 - Image 6

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'aris Says Fur Or Fur-Trimmed Coats For All Winter


s Shown Fur Trim Adds Pigskin, Suede
Dressy Touch Are Featured

New perftfines
Blend With Furs

Comeback Of Grandma's Curls
Brings Return Of Huge Muffs



Practical Midway In gs, Gloves
In Coat Fashions When the dramatic moment arrives

There aro a good many people who
ire totally unaware of the fact that By
different furs require a variety of; Althoug
tfferent perfumes. To be truly well I warm our
d nnnlit ist pc17 to h-n h years U-h4

Fur-trimmed coats come into prom- to don the new fur coat and step outs ,Uica niei iicessy onavet t y ei rt
most harmonious perfume possible comeback
inence for that dressy note midway clothed in its supreme luxury, then on your fur coat. Richard Jaeckel, return eng
between the untrimmed sport coat the accessory problem must be con- a prominent New York furrier has hoop skirt
and the more luxurious fur coat. At sidered. The choice of purse and created perfume just for his new win- now form
gloves is important to the perfection ter models. It's name is "Are-Jay" the moder
least one in every wardrobe is a prac- of the ensemble. and it's clinging qualities make it a Molyneu
tical gesture towards saving a fur As all faslion is varied and in- very desirable addition to any coat. combines
-oat from strenuous everyday wear. dividual this season, so this decision With silver fox and skunk in the more pra
A wealth of variety in trims, colors, depends very much on one's own taste 'lime-light this winter Millot has Dressy fu
styles, and material is as prominent in and preference. Pigskin and suede created "Crepe de Chine" for them. occasions
coats this season as in any other seem tQ be leading the field as the It is a sophisticated perfume that a roundl
atsdtiseson asination's favorites. These leathers will cast an air of "savoir faire" about huge, soft
wardrobe line, really are the nicest to combine with the wearer. Harriet Hubbard Ayer's pears int
American fox, squirrel, beaver, a fine fur, for they compliment its new "Yu" is just the whiff for foxes ribbon. T
Persian lamb, martin, and mink are simplicity and richness. and is the most exotic new odor on very sm'
popular among the furs, while Vogue Suede is usually plainly cut, but the market. Other dressy perfumes to hands fro
recommends camel's-hair with otter pigskin appears in more tricky de- go partying with skunk jackets or Schiapa
are signs and with fancy stitching. And persian lambs are Coty's "Emeraud" ning silve
collar, for "camel's hair and firethere are matching purses in both or Guerlain's "Shalimar" both of velvet bo
new collaborators." these leathers in all the favorite clas- which cling and enchant. afternoon
Black is by far the most popular sic shapes. One old stand-by goes with another Skunk, as
color with teal blue and wine s.econd Angora mittens are enjoying great in this matching of furs with odors, for its wa
in favor. For those who are not so favor on all the campuses this winter. so Caron's "Christmas Night' has ance.
In soft pastel shades they add a been nominated to go forth with The mu
conservative, there are some new cheery feminine touch to the glossy Alaskan Seal coats. among eve
brown shades varying into a deep darkness of furs.I
rust as well as some more unusual Gold metal binds a square black
colors of green and even deep purple suede bag, to be carried with gold
with skunk trim for the very radical. trimmed black gloves. A pouchy
Tweeds are also being shown with brown suede purse with jeweled in-
the longer-haired fur trims. itials is a practical and smart sugges-
The pencil silhouette with the box tion.
back has proved to be first choice in But if you hide a secret longing to
styles. A Russian influence comes to impress your worldi, Lry carrying a
light in the coat with the flare skirt rich gleaming alligator bag. Some-
and full sleeves. Swaggers and prin- how a 'gator bag has long been a
cess styles are also being shown. ; symbol of expensive good taste.

,h we have had muffs to
hands for the last few
ey have made a greater;
this year along with the
gagement of Grandmother's
and high-piled curls. They
a very important part of
rn costume.
ux's smart Persian lamb
stunning style with the
ctical quality of warmth.
rless coats for important
will be greatly enhanced by
fluffy muff of red fox. A
muff of pale gray fox ap-
the unique form of a hair
'his tricky muff provides a1
Qrt means of protecting
}m wintry winds.
relli has created a stun-
t fox muff with a turquoise
w. This version is ideal for
wear with dressy suits.
well as fox, is a favorite
rmth and luxurious appear-
tff has also taken its place
ening accessories for formal

vet rolls will brighten any
maiden's evening costume. The


wear. A barrel muff of gay red vel-

exclusive for cold nights. A novel
evening muff of white chenille is
fan-shaped with 4 cluster of violets
to add to its attractiveness. White
ermine is striking in an evening jac-
ket with a matching muff. A bloused
cape of baum marten makes a lovely
formal wrap with a muff of the same
Black Persian lamb is ultra-smart
with a matching swagger coat and
high-cuffed turban. A dark mink
muff is striking with a velvet suit
trimmed on the collar and wide cuffs
with the same fur. A silver Fox col-
lared dress coat carries out its fur
theme with a large gleaming fox
Ruthven Visits Ruithven
President Ruthven is spending the
first part of the week visiting his
father, John Ruthven, at Ruthven, Ia.

gam Lhi* , tee icL141 '

group of superb


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RU- ~Z~1P~.-'~.,'UUS.ft ~


fur trinined coats
Regularly to $75 !


These magnifcent frlijs: SILVER FOX









THINK OF r! -- with all of winter ahead, you may
select a fine fur-trimmed coat now at far less than
you'd expected to pay!, Every important new style is
here-trimmed with truly beautiful fur. Every ,coat
is a proud example of JACOBSON quality and de-




pendability - and marvelous value!
to come at once for best selection.

We urge you

Iinter Coats

135.00 to



CARACUL, a versatile fur that can be seen at any hour of the
da. or night, looking equally handsome over daytime or
evening clothes.
The finest pelts the market affords, carefully worked into coats
of graceful beauty. Boxy and swagger styles, full or three-
quarter lengths . .. with interesting sleeve and collar treatment.
SIZES 13 to 18




Other Winter Coats
at Sharp Dteduciltions
e &dntrtved an4A rf
T1HIS WEEK, you may select your winter coat from our
complete, regular stock - at a. remarkable reduction.
Dress coats trimmed with such furs as Skunk and
Persian lamb; sport coats with Mouton lamb and Wolf;
untrimmed coats of war mi, fine quality woolens!
Reversible Coats, reg. to $19.95. Now - $14.
(No approvals, refunds or exchanges)



WONDERFUL VALUES in luxuriously fur-trimmed coats. Fine
quality woolens warmly lined and interlined, trimmed in new
and interesting ways with the season's smartest furs, including
silver fox, Persian lamb, skunk, squirrel. sheard beaver and
Sketched . . A belted coat of nubby wool dist inguished by a
plastron front of mink-dyed fitch. In grapewine. Size 18.





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