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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1919..
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For the Outdoor Season
For the glorious days when Nature
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doors and play the styles are simple,
graceful and devoid of "upholstered
In this, they, too, emphasize the
correctness of the design and fash
Shoes For Women
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There are dainty, slender little
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models, charming colonials, with a
wondrous variety of buckles of beads
or cut steel, dressy little oxfords, and
the leathers and shades run the whole
range of fashion's fancy delicate
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white buck and white Egyptian cloth.
La France Shoes maintain their leadership not only
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