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Thm Hobm of BcrtMrfclt flrit Intro-
'"dnecd the PatrleUn ho to th Wirt
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. th extreme comfort women found ther
obtained from the Patrician. '
Throughout the entire country the
Patrician ihoe ia generally 'known aa
"The Shoe With a Million, rrjenda."
and the House of Berberichproua in
the knowledge that hey "contributed a
proportion of theae million Mends far
In excess of thealxe of Waahmcton in
comparison with" other dMea In which
the Patrician shoe la aold.
Washington women are aa much notan
for the amallneaa of their feet aa one
1 -... .itv ia tinted for the alsa
of Its feminine feet. Unqueetlonably the
fact that so many Fatnoan .
v K. wnmn nt VaahlnKton has
helped to add to the capital dtyTa re
nown aa the home or women wjin .mat.
.- TA-j.. ahM fitiltt alona? the
line of the value of specialisation. It
U mad In a factory that producea wom
en's shoes exclusively. It Is hard to
believe that this Idea ia only twelve
years old so widespread Is tne popu
. i. n.u.M aiuua h nil Id over.
With 1U "million friends thta would
mean that 'all over the United Btatea at
least one In every thirty to forty women
wears Patrician ehoes. In the more h!h
y educated centers of the country this
proportion will be found greatly In
creased in favor of Patrician shoes.
Only the most skilled workmen are
employed in the manufacture of the
Patrician Shoes. This means a payroll
far In excess of that of moot other shoe
mamVacturing establishments In propor
tion to its slxe. The Patrician leather
Inspectors are known aa "cranks,"
among the trade, so exacting are they,
demanding that nothing but the best
hall enter Into the construction of the
Another advantage, the benefit of
VI-. . jtmrivwA liv the mirchaser of
the Patrician Shoe is the fact that the
factory Is located right in me nean 01
i.-. mUfm ttiAiiatrv of the East, assur
ing, production under the most favor-
able iaoor croaiuDM, u ww- HW
with the various market condition.
t 1. fnP h bove stated reasons
that Berberlch can afford to offer the
"e wonderful tanning, currjg"
finjablng jioceasta of today rafraaaait
Urn bIaw mnrth of centuries, and the
production of the modem leathers.", tfea
result of years of. atudy"byjlt-tot
and tanners. It. U m'rtKo&uuA
thatthe aklns.of animals hava asn
a.. m .in thai
used ror mans imwi,'"? "
earliest daya. Tb-nw Intaraational
Encyclopedia,' has this to say:
"Probably tha original' procosa of euiv
lag skins was-that of. simply cleaning
and drying. Then jUe usa'pf smoke or
our milk, various'' oils and the brains
of animals was found tor Improve the
texture of the leather. Later It waa
4i.0.m- that certain astringent
barks and vegetables effected perma
nent changes In the textures or ine
kins and stopped, decay. The Egyp
tian, nmunnl this knowledge, for cer
tain engravings on their tombs show
the process of tanning. In China speci
mens of- leather have been discovered
with other relics that prove them to
be over tOOO years old. . The Romans
tanned leathers with oil. alum and
barks, i . ,
The first tanners of skins In our own
country were the Indiana When dla
.aw.mA hv viw Yninfftra thev wore
skins of various animals. They dressed
these skins with on. elay or smoke-
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slone. The leather was crude but an-
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Asy stated on numerous t occasions,. Mr. j
Make-It-Right is not a real, live person, bid-u
real live principle the principle of the sqmre, , '
9ai 4Ur4 e-e 4ttrf AtiAMi tiai'r.M tl r-fdc T 4 -
BERBEKICH'S gets his or her full moneys
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It iu aald of-,,Biae.' tta BotoA
Trench writer, that' ha dictated tiva
most 'of Ma works whHa aradlt
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Genius oftttmM has irasw war
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necessity f foot comfort, and ha want
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UP u aunnv IU watT WI wwiani ,w
rrtaln it la that na man. or woman
.lffitk mbm ila Ilia IH til taMt inrlt
when hampered with' an Ill-fitting, paln.
creaung anoe, no maiier wnciner uiai
work be mental or 'physical, or both.
Comfortable shoes do not necessitate
larger slses. but a shoe whose Interior
lines, conform to tha lines of your foot.
Themanufacturera of Berberlch shoes
are compelled to supply a complete line
of widths In' every slxe and stylo. This
means that at Berberich'a you cannot
only secure foot 'comfort, but obtain
a style and In a slxe that win empha
sise the lines of a graceful foot and
atone for any slight Imperfection. In
fact, unless your feet are absolutely
deformed you can be satisfactorily fit
ted at Berberich'a, which la a great
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Just the shoe for the man-
who wants, foot-comfort- but'
Has no desire to sacrifice the
appearance ot his reet in oroer
to. get it , i
Stylish but no fre?k:
ish. Serviceable with
out being cl.umsy.and
to give satis-
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Progressive Shoe! House.
1116-22 Sera St N. W.
If Beau Bnimmel Uved Today
This fashion criterion of a nast cen
tury would undoubtedly select the BUR
ROJAPS Shoe as the foundation on which
to base the rest of his garb.
Clothes play their part in this work-a-day
world just as they did in days
The ready man-of-affairs must
look the part he plays up-to-the-minute
in dress as in all thines else.
To such men we would direct attention to the
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BURROJAPS-Shoes are as popular because
of their guaranteed service as, they
are desired from a style-standpoint.
Each pir is guaranteed even paten t
leather BURROJAPS with
u "Did it ever occur to you,.Regirwld, how thoughttal'
oar. Creator was, in giving us bodies, to give them to as
'naked', so we could dress and ornament-them as we
choose." BEAU BRUMMEL.-'Acf l.Scene 1.
The BURROJAPS Guarantee
"lit the event that the uppersin a pair. of BUR-,
ROJAPS'Guatanteed Shoes should break through
before the, soles vxar through, .toe authorise Robert
Berbetich's Sons 'to replace them wifti a new pair
FREEf. '- BURT & PACKARD CO., Inc.,
' . f . ' "Brockton, Mass.
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Seventv 170) isr thie dumber' of ) the models we are
'shoeing. ,. And "the vaHety of; jeaither is as great in its way. Frptv this nurnber you
- are bound4 to secure your exact size in a shape you prefer.
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