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No. 102 Tan Box Calf Blucher
Oxford, Swagger Last.
New Shoe Department
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Made An Instantaneous Hit With Better Dressed Washington
Praise and purchases galore have come from every well-dressed source. This new shoe department our "Subway FocfoPgar
Shop" has made a decided hit a home run and on every sale made the score was in the purchaser s faJot.
Here are some of the types of men to whom we sold and some of 'the things they said. These remarks prd&tipidsi
gratifying to us they should prove equally as interesting to you. ' yi
Said a Well-known
"These shoes certainly have class, and they
are 'there' with the style and leather quality, be
Said a Prosperous Young
"The man who believes in making his shoe
purchase a satisfactory investment will be bound
to make the Young Men's Shop his footwear
headquarters from now on."
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a long time. You cannot do better in New York
for style or fit, and you cannot do anywhere near
as well when it comes to price."
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Professional Man : :.
"The dignified lines of the more'cbnservaiive.
''models certainly appeal to me, andl heard'similir y
comments from my friends"
5.50, 6.50 and 8.00
4.50, 5.00 and 6.00
HERE'S the one man's shop in town selling nothing but really and truly "bench-made" shoes. They are what is termed "exhibition make," being-made"
with the same exacting care given to every detail, from the selection of the leather to the packing of the shoes, as though they were to be used for
Our window display shows these shoes plainly price marked, and with the shoe number on each one. In this way you can come in and ask for the exact
number that appeals to you most in the window or you have the privilege of going through the entire stock.
Not only is the style and leather range the most complete ever gathered together in Washington, but there is a-range of sizes fractional .sizes and combination
sizes the like of which has never before been equalled in any shoe shop in any city, with the possible
exception of New York and New York can boast nothing better.
The opening of this shoe department marks the opening of a new epoch in shoe selling in the
Nation's Capital. Every shoe carried is of a type and brand made for New York's most exclusive
bootieres. These New York shops are compelled to add to their prices a portion of their necessarily
tremendous rent expenses which is one reason why the STEADFAST shoe and the KORRECT
SHAPE shoe can be had at at least $1.00 to $2.00 a pair 'under the price you will pay in larger
cities, and our Subway (Low cost of operating) Shoe
Department makes this possible.
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