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working women of the United States
who are at present going through a
period of great distress and suffer
ing as-a result of the industrial strug
gle." SPRlflG SPOKTS'COAT
To BeeWHijte", andBIue.
MISS O'REILLY DESCRIBES THE
POPE AS HE IS TODAY
.- Pope Pius X is short and strongly
built. His sturdy frame, somewhat
bent by age, was, of course, clad in a
white cassock. His face is now col
orless, as his snow-white hair. The
great ruby ring and the gold em
broidered red slippers accentuate the
general whiteness. But as. I looked
into his face I could see no other
sign of the Pontiff's recent and al
most fatal illness. Though a man of
78, overburdened by duties and
anxieties, he is still strong.enough to
carry on his work. His. Holiness is
said to have his mother's blue eyes,
patient and sad in expression, her
high forehead and energetic features.
He has also an honest air of plain
dealing, resolute and democratic.
Observing it, I could understand why
the tenth Pius has proved a total
failure as a diplomatist. His very
virtues were a disadvantage.
"PERCY, THE IMPERSONATOR"
I Man, look i
A very wfderhelt"4 the, distinguish
ing feature' of a great many; of the
new sports, coats for the .early spring.
These qoats;.are muclTulle'r in the
skirt th4n li&t year.
. The one; pictured is;- of 'jvh'ite duve
tine, but ajgreat.many bright red and
blue ones, .will be wornV " Green for
these suits has-be'come "rather passe.
Mrs, Wm. Jennings Bryan is said
to haye, decided -- to;' sew- at the in
formal atao.mes.sne give hereafter
in the capital". '.'. '
' . p- o ' ' .
"Do you'think a' wornan-shauld get
the wages of SThan'J? "It'depends on
whether she Js" inaivi-d' to liim or