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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 10, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 14

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As she has a delightful singing
voice, Miss Ostriche is besieged by
managers of musical comedy who
hope she will forsake moving pic
tures for the legitimate stage, but the
little leading lady of Princess is not
dazzled by promises of a brilliant ca
reer in musical comedy.for she sees a
future on the screen even more al
luring than before the footlights.
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HOW SHOUtDvA SHOP GIRL HANDLE AN IRATE
BUYER AND STILL HOLD HER JOB?
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BY IDAH M'GLONE GIBSON
Business girls who work in stores
have many problems to solve in their
work. Holiday time is peculiarly pro
lific of these problems. Women
shoppers seldom think of the girl be
hind the counter. If the woman
who buys is of kindly disposition she
is apt to treat the young woman who
waits on her in an easy-going fash
ion. I have several acquaintances
that I dread to go shopping with, as
they are so ungracious and exacting.
These women never show me these
sides of the characters, but I always
have a feeling that the "home folks"
see it
Do you know I think if I were a
man and found myself falling in love
with a girl before I had gotten so
far along that I could not judge
coolly I would go shopping with her.
Tou .can learn so much about a wom
an if you accompany her through a
long day's shopping.
I have a man friend who did this
and was so disgusted with the young
woman that he promptly fell in love
with the clever, diplomatic girl be
hind the counter instead. Here 1

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