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The Washington herald. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, December 20, 1914, Image 3

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Did You
See
Santa
Claus
Arrive
In His
Airship
Yesterday
The old fellow found the
going pretty hard through all
the ice and snow he encount
ered, but finally landed safe
and sound on the quiet waters
of the Potomac. His hydro
aeroplane, you know, floats
on the water as gracefully as
it glides through the air.
Between 700 and 800 peo
ple are the richer for being
out to greet Santa. One hun
dred watches, 500 tickets to
Poli's Theater, and free sub
scriptions to the new Sunday
edition of The HERALD were
among the gifts presented
with Santa's compliments.
Patent Colt Skin
White Buckskin
Dull Calf Blucher
Goodyear Welt, Whole Quarter, Single Sole
Tan Calfskin
Gun Metal Calfskin
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THE WASHINGTON HErIlD. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1914.
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Your Choice of any of these expensive Toys, including
a Mechanical Train, Twenty Inches Long that runs on a
circular track that will just about fit on top of a dining-room
table. Locomotive blows whistle while in motion. Train
consists of locomotive, tender, and two first-class passenger
coaches. Track is equipped with brake for stopping train. A Mechanical Auto Fire Tower, 2 1
inches long and 3 1 inches high. Tower lifts with windlass and hose elevator to extent of
3 1 inches. Equipment includes two firemen. Your choice
of Auto Engine or Auto Touring Car also. Handsome Dressed
De Luxe Dolls for the girls, jointed limbs, bisque heads, curly
hair and sleeping eyes. Also Campbell Kids and other nursery
favorites.
FREE
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Berberich's
Two Stores
Will Be
Santa
Claus'
Headquarters
Until
Christmas
Santa Claus did not give all
his presents away by any means.
During his stay in Washington
BERBERICH'S two stores will
be his headquarters up to and
including Christmas Eve. While
here, Santa will give with each
purchase of children's shoes die
finest toys ever presented by any
big store to its little patrons.
Some of these toys are worth
the price of the shoes alone. It's
the big BERBER1CH way of re
membering future grown-ups at
Christmas time.
Every day now until Christ
mas Santa will be on hand to
personally greet each of his
little friends who wear BER
BERICH Shoes. As an example
as to exactly how spry old Santa
Claus actually happens to be,
you can shake hands with him
in. say. BERBERICH'S Avenue
Saint Nick ahead of you and
to the Seventh Street Main
Store and you will find the good
Saint Nick ahead of you and
ready to give you a second
smiling welcome.
With Every Purchase of
EDUCATOR. SHOES
For Boys and Girls
The manufacturers of EDUCATOR Shoes have taken the same care with the materials
and styles as they have of the interior designing. But there are no freak shapes and good
taste never decreed that anything freakish could ever be stylish. Educator Shoes are made
to withstand the hard knocks that only a child can give to footwear, and give to the mother
the reputation of always seeing that her children's feet are well shod.
Educator Shoes are MADE RIGHT inside and outside inside for comfort and outside
for style and service.
EDUCATOR SHOES Are Made by the GOODYEAR WELT Process
The Satisfactory Service of Every Pair of EDUCATORS is Guaranteed
Infants' Sizes, 5 to 8 .
Child's' Sizes, 8i to 11
$1.75
$2.00
Misses' Sizes, 1 H to 2
Boys' Sizes, 1 to 5i . .
. $2.50
. $3.00
& Kf ?-Tv 1116-22 7th Street
Washington's Largest and Most Progressive Shoe House Established 1868 Store J 1 J 1 il VVIIUV
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