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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 17, 1912, Image 5',
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SHOES MADE" TO ORDER FOR DOGS IN THIS SHOP! '
Pups of the Wealthy Are Fitted, Oat Just Like Children and a '
Heap Better Than Many Human Kiddies Who
' Have No Shoes at All. '
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Scene in Mingot's Dog Bootery.
i New York, May 17. If. all the
poor kiddies of America were
only, dogs, arid owned 'by "rich
masters, not one would go bare
foot! Pups of the-plutes have shoe? of
finest silk and leather, made es
pecially to ' their .measure shoes
for driving and shoes for walk
ing, and. slippers, too, and patent
leather pumps for special society
functions ! fc
A sign over the-entrance of the
quaint cobbler shop of V. MingoY,
just around the corner from the
"Great White Way" reads:
"I can refefyotf, by permission,
to many of the best dogs in this
city, to -whom my work has given
In 12 years of bootmaking for
dogs, 'never a complaint has been
made by any of Mingot's -four-5
'legged patrons. r
And zee owners of zee dogs
ah, how pleezed," said Mingot.
' In Mingot'srshop there are spe-
'cial 'tables' arnd chairs for1 his
'canine patrons and everything for
Jtheir convenience and comfort, P
'even to a bone-or two, used some- i
'times as a quieting influence for!5