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THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1915.
Fall Footwear Inaugural
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27
THE largest display of famous makes of shoes to be found south of
New York. This big Shoe House has made unusual preparations
for this season and the array of styles, the variety of models and im
mensity of the stock are unequaled. Notable among our many standard
makes for men and women are the famous
Shoes for Women
$3.50, $4.00, $5.00
LA FRANCE Shoes give that smooth, perfect glove-like fit that mold the
feet without binding or cramping anywhere. They are the most com
fortable shoes made, being built on scientific lasts that follow the natural
curves of the foot. They "give" with every movement of the foot muscles
without ever losing their dainty, trim lines.
La France Shoes are recognized in every country in the world as
the feminine footwear de luxe they are worn by women of fashion in
every fashion center. . ' .
In addition to offering you superlative style, Berberich's offers you absolutely dependable shoe value.
Every pair of shoes sold in either store is unreservedly guaranteed to give lasting satisfaction.
1116-22 7th St.
Washington's Largest and Most Progressive Shoe House Established 1868
. Branch Store
813 Penna. Ave.
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