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KEEPING 'EM 'QJJIEJ, AT, WOMEN'S CONVENTION
A "Be Silent" Girl.
H-u-s-h, hush! Be still. This
is the greeting of every person
entering Sutter street rink, San
Francisco, where the General
Federation of Woman's -)Clubs
convention has just been held.
No one tells you thi?, oh, my, .no.
Stylishly dressed girted lift up
great white cards on which "Be
Silent" appears in giant black let
ters. Their white placards are
gently thrust under your nose, and
the girl smiles.
Across her breast is a wide-blue
right. Silence is 'catching like
rnost other things in this world.
The plan Worked out nicely.
Two tramps called informally
uppn a kindly ojd lady at her
home m "the suburbs and were
met with a gracious smile.
"To which of you shall I give
this money?" she inquired.
"Ghje hto him, loidy," re
sponded the first 'tramp. "He's
bought out-rae route-an' I'm just
satin bandand on it is "printed, Ttakin' him 'round ter interdooce
"H-u-s-h.'; And youChush al
him ter me customers,"
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